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Biden and Harris Debut Ticket, Trump Launches Attacks
"Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris said to appear together for the first time as running mates at a high school in Wilmington, Delaware, near Biden's home. The four hours that followed Biden's announcement about Harris joining the ticket brought $10.8 million in donations to the campaign, Biden said all along, he wanted somebody he was simpatico with and now he's betting Harris. Helps him win. She will speak at the Democratic Convention one week from tonight, and today's event is going to be the first time these two have appeared in person together in public since since March March 9th, 9th, right right before before the the lockdowns lockdowns for for the the pandemic pandemic started. started. We We don't don't know know exactly exactly what what we're we're going going to to get get in in the the days days of of social social distancing. distancing. We We know know that that there there are are gonna gonna be be stringent stringent restrictions restrictions on on the number of reporters who are allowed inside and everybody is going to be required to wear a face mask Thoughts is Peter Doocy in Wilmington, President Trump calls Harris the kind of opponent everyone dreams. Tough tweeting earlier today that she finished weak in the Democratic primaries.
DC officials condemn 'horrific' mass shootings at cookout
"Police in the District of Columbia, calling for community put to catch the traders of a mass shooting at a crowded weekend block party that left one person dead and 20 others wounded, including a police officer. Mayor Miriam says Washington 20 years were quote fed up with senseless violence and desperate for solutions. The shootings occurred late Saturday night when least four gunmen opened fire in the midst of a large public cookout in the southeastern Washington neighborhood of Greenway. Police chief Peter Newsom on the situation. Preliminary investigation has revealed that over 100 rounds were fired on the scene of the shooting. There were multiple shooters who fired simultaneously. We believe that there were at least four and maybe more shares who all shot at the same time. The victims in the case that the mayor has magic is there were 22 total victims, including Christopher, who was killed. Tony. One of the 22 were adult. Um, I am convinced that there is images of the shooters. In this case. I am absolutely convinced that there is someone out there who has information who was responsible for this. I am very concerned that a gathering of that size I was able to accumulate without our managers over distance festered being able to permanent so we will take a look as to whether that could have been handling away. Among the wounded. A lot of women, including an off duty officer, was shot in the neck and remains hospitalized Washington on pace this year to record the highest number of homicides and more than a decade,
Actual tennis tournaments; 'Federer should avoid my retirement mistake - Edberg
"Thanks very much to June and son Peter for that. Lovely, and for the length that we're going to in order to record said in true because I understand that social distancing. Guidelines were observed throughout that recording So I seem some sort of throwing recording device happened in that split second inbetween hearing jeans. Peter's Voice so Bravo Gop, sir, and thank you very much. Feel supports. Lovely, intro. Pleased to have had your intro used on a very significant week for tennis and the tennis podcast because. Is Back. We've bounced back. We're not rely reliving anything this episode David. We're just living in the sweet sweet moment of Palermo and Fiona Ferro up against an contemplates Tennessee is bouncing. It does feel properly like real tennis. Now, because this is the first time we've reviewed tennis tournament and previewed another one with. pre-tournament press conferences going on everywhere that we've been listening across to and chats amongst about people and look at draws actually looking it draws is. Suddenly such a thrill. It feels so so exotic do one of my lockdown. Tasks was to organize my phone apps into the hopeful folders. I. Completely Forgot which fold Roy put my eighty WPA schools happen to me quite a long time to hunt around to find that. Mind seem to shut itself down given that it hadn't been used five months after reloaded onto my phone. Just, a bit of a rough. It was glorious to see tournaments pop up in it. They wasn't. Oh Yeah. Yeah, such a defining feature of tennis happening the ATP. WGN APP being. Full. Kind of forgotten. How to preview tennis. The. Great. Stay tuned. Because the WTO always send. You know prior to every tournament, they send out match notes, really helpful staff and stat and. Kind of feels quite relevant at the moment because. The kind of it doesn't really matter who's won the most titles this year already, there's no such thing as form at the moment and it's all. It's all really unknown like what? What are the factors going to be with how players perform? Yeah. I mean, Fiona. Farrow is going to be like the new sort of defacto world number-one. Suddenly, she feels like the greatest player of all time to me because she's six to three all against the conservation I did find myself looking up Fiona Farrow before this podcast to work out what she'd done before it systems any sign of this having. Coming about six months ago. Matt Matt. Thanks. So I mean I've gone through her exhibition results she's unbeaten. Unbeaten an exhibition tennis during the lockdown ten Matt. We'll check submission Tennessee been playing matches arranged by the. F. F., T., and. Yes, she paid him one the mole and she's kind of this fall into. Palermo. I mean I'm getting I'm getting carried away with. These being perform because that's the only thing given the well, exactly. So maybe we should be looking at the players who have played a lot of exhibition. Tennis in this period, if people that are you're going to be having to make predictions. Maybe that's something to a life off to cling to. We have already made predictions and they've gone incredibly. They became irrelevant. They became relevant very quickly. nobody was picking Fina ferry now whether it is going to be interesting, though isn't it to chart the few players that have played a lot of matches over the last. Actually, there are quite a few players because if you think of all the exhibitions that have gone around on all around the world and some of them have been publicized, some of them have been televised some of them. We've talked about others have kind of gone by without really. Being. Noticed, but a lot of players that played a lot of tennis and then some party played any at all and it will be interesting to see whether that has any impassable.
Marvel Worthy Words (Luke 20:25)
"Luke Chapter Twenty Verse Twenty Five. Jesus said to them. Then render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's and to God the things that are God's. This verse comes at the end of what's probably the most prominent teaching from Jesus about government and the Gospels. So these religious leaders come to him they're trying to trap him and they say, we know teacher that you are true. You don't care about anybody's opinion for you're not swayed by appearances. You truly teach the way of God like it's total flattery this insincere praise on Jesus for selfish reasons but just waits for their question and they ask, is it lawful to pay taxes to Caesar or not? Should. Repay them or should we not and the religious leaders know that if he says not to pay taxes to Caesar that would be inactive rebellion against the government but if Jesus says, we should pay taxes to Caesar then he might appear to be compromising his devotion to God and the eyes of others. So Jesus sees right through their hypocrisy and he says them, why are you putting me to the test? Then he says, bring. migden areas. Let me look at it. And they bring him this coin. That's worth about a day's wage. Jesus holding his hand looks them in the eye and he says whose likeness and inscription is this and they say Caesar's so Jesus responds with this I surrender a Caesar the things that are Caesar's and to God the things that are God's and the very next verse says everybody marveled at his answer. So why are those words rendered a Caesar's of things that are Caesar's and God the things that are God's why are they marvel worthy Well. So much we could say here and I'm actually writing a short book along these lines that Lord Willing we'll come out in September. To help us think through biblical foundations of government as we approach a presidential election. So just how does God's word help us lead US guide. US transform the way we think about government about government leaders in ways that. Affect how we steward our voice and our vote in a representative democracy like we live in. So ton we could talk about here. That will that will be in that short book Lord Willing but what I want us to see now and how on us to lead into prayer is Jesus saying here that when it comes to how we relate to government if Caesar's images on a coin than in the sense that coin belongs to. Caesar's so Jesus. Affirming here what we see all throughout scripture that God ordains government as an institution under his authority for the good of people, which means we honor that institution we render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's we pay taxes. We stood our vote. We do all kinds of things in subjection to government to use language from Romans Thirteen for speeder chapter too but wasn't mean to render to God the things that are God's So. Caesar's images on a coin. Then where is God's image? And the answer to that question is breathtaking. Because God's image according to Genesis one is on every human heart. In other words though Caesar may be worthy of a coin from our pockets. God is worthy of our very hearts. And that totally transforms the way we think about government. So let's Pray Oh God. We. Confess today that you alone. Are Worthy of our hearts no governmental Authority, no political candidate no political party is worthy of our hearts aren't trust our allegiance our hope. Our hope is in you, our hearts belong to you. Our Trust is in you we do not trust in any political candidate or Party or Governmental Authority. You are our trust and we worship you as supreme. So we that you would help us particularly in the United States as we enter into election season but for anyone listening to this everyone listening to this from any part of the world. We prayed, you'd help us to honor government. Around us to honor government leaders. Just as we see, you encourage command us to do in places like Romans Thirteen I peter to and right here to render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's even just think about Caesar's setting himself up as Lord and you Lord Jesus telling us to honor him honor government in ways that ordained by the father at the same time in no way to give ultimate allegiance to government or put alternate trust or hope in government. So help us to keep government in a right perspective to glorify you with the way we render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's but ultimately to glorify you by rendering to you that which is yours and our lives are yours. In Jesus name we pray. Amen.
The Rule Three Escape Hatch
"Name is Jesse this podcast number four, hundred, forty for wine Aber. We teach you folks to help you stop it from paycheck to paycheck, get debt and save more money I. Got a question from. Let me double check the name I. Think it was Yep. Elizabeth I. Got a question from Elizabeth. She wrote in to podcast that you need to budget dot com. com. If you have a question that you would like the answer on the podcast, I might start doing some kind of a deal where you can ask any question and I'll give you an answer if the questions dumb, not GonNa answer it. But email me podcast at union about Dot Com any question you have and I'll try and answer all questions provided they're not done. On the. Okay. So Elizabeth acid killer question she said, is there a time when you're using rule three too much? Yes. Yes. There is. Here's when you're using it too much if you aren't hitting your other goals. That's it. So if you have a goal to pay off debt and you're not paying it off as fast as you think you should. And that's after getting to know your budget and your situation a little bit. That's not after looking on Instagram to see you know record-setters for debt payoff But when you know your situation, you just have this feeling like I. Think I should be doing this faster Yeah. You're probably using real threes an escape hatch. If you are not, if you keep having to raid rule to funds, that's true expenses and you actually have one pop and you weren't ready with the money and you had to rule three for that and you're robbing Peter to pay, Paul, you're probably using real three as an escape hatch. Scarcity is valuable and you're answering your scarcity issue and what I say scarcity meaning. You've run out of money, you're at zero. Zero. Based budget. If you give the air, you can't give to be. If, you're doing that. And you're just kind of bypassing scarcity by saying. Well, I. Did a little bit more money here in the squishy category. So I pulled from this other category where I won't need the money in total for four months and then you know next three months all kind of catch up what I've taken, and if you're just doing that again and again, and again, then we have a problem, you're not embracing scarcity and when you embrace it, it means you get really really comfortable with. Saying no to a purchase, and this is from the guy that doesn't like telling people because you know we're a budgeting. Company, we tell people a budget is about you just buying the things you want. Now, if you get really honest about what you truly want a lot of the time, the spending in total drops, but there are times. There are times where you have your rule to funds. These non-negotiable. We're GONNA save up for this vacation, this Christmas, this property tax bill, this life insurance bill funds, stuff. Not Fun stuff. We're GONNA. Save for car repairs on new car. We're never by money for a car again, you're doing that and you're also paying down debt and Putting money aside for retirement, you're hidden all these big financial goals. Then when you are presented with the question of, Hey, do you WANNA go out provided? You can or Hey, do you WanNa go you? WanNa buy this thing opportunity to spend money and it's not in the budget. You don't read the new car fund even though you won't buy that car for five years. You don't you don't. You don't have the money. Get, comfortable with. that. Rule three is our ability to change our plan when new information comes and I often say, I'm guilty of Sane Change your mind whenever you want. Well Change your mind when you get good information, don't change your mind whenever you are stress. So you want to spend your way out of it and it's totally. And you've been there before, and here we are again, that's not a real situation. Rule three is you've made the best game plan you can make. You realize you have to make tweak, 'cause new information comes, and now you have the next best game. Plan. It's not. I. Have a game plan and then my buddy invites me to go sushi. I, always use Sushi. Okay. My buddy invites me to go to Sushi. Throw out my game plan? No, no, no. No, it was a good game plan. It worked. You had it all set up. Nicely. Let's not just pretend that everything carries the same amount of weight as it relates to rule three. So. If you start to think through your categories as like must have never touch K. I know we have something on Youtube about that I. Think from Man. If. You have something around like this is the squishy stuff. If you WANNA rule, three change things around between your restaurant category, and you're eating out with friends category. You see what I did there. Yeah. Do do it all you want if you want to do it between clothing for you or clothing for one of your kids. Sure. Yeah. Just you don't give the new clothes for a while. That's fine. But you don't WanNa be saying, Hey, I'm thinking about future you Jesse and I've got this car around funding that old. But then on when my buddy said, you want to go on this short little weekend trips. I'm going to take from the the new car
More than 20 wounded, 1 Killed During Washington, DC Block Party
"Party in Washington, D. C last night turned deadly Washington D. C. Police believe that several people carried out a mass shooting in the nation's capital Saturday night. A teenager is dead. More than 20 people wounded, including an off duty cop. What happened was there was some kind of dispute and multiple gunshots were weapons were produced. Multiple shots were fired police chief Peter Newsom. The shooting took place at a party where more than 100 were in attendance. That in and of itself is a violation due to Cove in 19 Restrictions. So far there have been no arrests and that wounded off duty officer is in critical condition carried McCue Fox News.
No date yet for Amazon Prime Day
"There is still no official date for this year's delayed Amazon Prime Day shopping event. The rumor mill says mid October, But analysts say the timing will likely mean that the event could well be less lucrative than usual for the e commerce giant. Former Amazon executive Peter Kearns told Fox Business two's Friday that with the two day event being so close to Black Friday and cyber Monday, consumers might be more conscious about how they spend their money.
21 Shot In Southeast Washington DC Incident
"People have been shot in an incident in Southeast D. C last night. 2 17 year olds were among the people shot and one of them died. D c police chief Peter Newsom. Send another victim was an off duty police officer who was now hospitalized fighting for her life, Newsom says police are looking for at least three gunmen, but there may be even more. There were hundreds of people at what Newsome, described as a social gathering happened at around 12 20 this morning near do LA Place and 33rd Street That's in the city's Greenway neighborhood just south of these Capitol Street, where it meets Minnesota Avenue.
Water Walking 101
"Water walk in one oh one. And might put in a seventh for extra credit if God blesses us with the time. But I noticed that a lot of times when we get in a situation like these disciples were in. Maybe like you're in right now with your job or maybe like you're in right now trying to figure out what to do with your family. Those kids your quiver is full right now. How many quiver is full and you quiver is. To be quite honest, your quiver is quivering. Though Bible humor quickly. and. When we find ourselves in these situations, there is a tendency to blame you know the disciples like the fight. And liked to argue with one another any chance they got. But yet the storm brought them together in a unique way in Matthew Chapter. Fourteen. Trial sometimes tighten our focus. And so one thing we don't see in this storm is Peter John Going back and forth there Andrew and Bartholomew talking about who's rowing the hardest? They just need to make it through the storm. But what really got my attention was a detailed that I must have skimmed over like I mentioned in today since we're in class I, want to study a little more deeply. Is that blame doesn't get you through a storm. And the detail I noticed in Verse Twenty to present on the screen for me. Again, it said that Jesus made the disciples get into the bowl. Jesus made the disciples get into the boat. You're not people say the devil made me do it. Jesus made the disciples get into the boat. He didn't ask them. He didn't recommend. He didn't suggest, and now would be one thing if he didn't know but he's the son of God with all wisdom. So. How did the one with all wisdom send them into something that threatened their life? I want you to write down point number one in the class and put it in the chat. Certain storms are unavoidable. Just need you to know that certain storms. You know what I mean by storm, right? It's not always physical. Sometimes, there can be an emotional storm. Sometimes there can be a psychological storm. Sometimes. There can be a relational storm. You know these storms we get into sometimes we are so busy trying to figure out how to get out of them. Then, we expend all the energy that we could have spent trying to learn what God wants us to learn through the storm. There's two ways to get through the storm and. As a survivor. And how many know is good. Just celebrate that you're still here. In case, you had a bad week I'm gonNA give you fifteen unscripted seconds. To praise God for the storms that you have survived. You can sit there. This been sunny in your neighborhood. But if you survive some depression. And if you thought were going down but. Give them praise. Survive the storm is a miracle to survive. Abuse is a miracle. To survive in economy that is falling apart but God provided is a miracle. But then God says you you can be a survivor. But then if you want to there are certain people that they decide I'm not just going to be a survivor I'm going to be a student of the store. And I I am learning to learn from the storm. I'm learning to learn from the storm. The thing about it is there are certain things that I can only learn in storms and. The second thing that I want to point out to you and the text is that God's timing. Is designed. To teach you to trust. When Jesus, who made the disciples get into the boat? The Bible says that when he decided to reveal himself to them. was just before dawn. If the goal that God has is the comfort us. Then this is a this is a late appearance. But if God's goal is sometimes to change us then it makes sense that he
At least 20 people shot, one fatally, at a party attended by hundreds in Southeast Washington
"D C. Police have no motive in a mass shooting Early this morning, 20 people were shot at a block party attended by hundreds of people. Police chief Peter Newsom. Gunshots rang out There were multiple shooters after the shooting occurred. We ended up with 20 victims, one of the victims of 17 Teenager died. An off duty police officer also shot she's fighting for her life. Police say At least three shooters were
Public health expert: 50 percent effective coronavirus vaccine would be 'better than what we have now'
"We hit five million US cases yesterday for some perspective. The first nineteen case in the United States is believed to have occurred on February six. We hit one million cases on April Twenty, eight, eighty, two days later. It then took just forty three days to hit the two million mark on June tenth. We hit the three million mark on July seven that was twenty seven days later then just sixteen days later we rich four million US cases and July twenty third and again it took us just sixteen days to hit this five million reported case number right here in the United States joining me now is Dr Tom ingles beans, the director of the Center for Security of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Dr Ingles. Be Welcome back to meet the press. WanNa get a little big picture here. You know last week you were you put out a lengthy list of ten recommendations. You guys didn't call it a reset, but sort of like how do we get control of this virus? Now another one of your sort of colleagues in the larger sense Michael Star home is an op Ed. He's basically calling for a reset of some sort New York Times today editorial page calling this. It feels though as public health officials are all calling for some sort of reset. Partial. lockdowns things like this and yet we are not having that conversation at all on the political side of things. Are, are we doomed to sort of live with this virus now if we're not GONNA at all look at your recommendations I DON'T THINK WE'RE DOOMED To this fate I? Think we we know what to do. Other countries have done it. I think the purpose of these resetting reports these for a kind of a reestablishment of the basics. Is that we know that another country's universal masking fiscal, distancing, avoiding large gatherings. Those kinds of things have worked. If we look at countries like Italy and Spain and France, they have a total of about seven or eight deaths today and we have thousand, but it's not magic what they did. We know what they did. So I think if we act together in national unison, we can get there and that's what the purpose of these many of these reports are I want to bring up the issue of masks there've been some people that said if we had ninety five percent compliance unmask wearing, we could get rid of we could sort of get this fires under control. Is that unrealistic and we do need to do more than just mandating masks Do. Not, alone. Not by themselves or alone the solution, but they are a critical part of it. We know that physical distancing makes a big difference. We know that large gatherings are places where super spreading events occur and people have the opportunity or the virus has the opportunity to get around quickly and for. Many people at once. So we have to do a number of things together in terms of you know simple things like diagnostic testing results coming back much more quickly. It's it's unacceptable for the country to have to have testing comeback a week or even two weeks later it's not useful at that point there's no point even doing the test. So a number of that we have to do, but they're not they're not complicated they may be hard, but we have to do them kind of in unison. And all of those, they're not hard except when you when the word politics gets involved, it makes everything a little bit harder and I wanNa keep you out of the political space here. Let me ask you a question about that scenes and to sort of set expectations doctor Fauci implied that the first vaccine that we get, he hopes it's seventy five percent effective. The FDA has said they will approve any vaccine that's at least fifty percent effective. Can you explain to the public what that means what it means and what it doesn't mean and what our expectations should be for the first vaccine Well, we know that many of the vaccines that we use are not perfect. They don't prevent every case of disease but if they prevent a substantial portion of disease than that can help us get to a point where most of us are protected, the disease can spread quickly between people anymore a concept that is called her immunity. Herd immunity doesn't mean we will won't disease anymore. It means it's not gonNA efficiently as efficiently spread in an epidemic form. and. Is there a percentage figure in your mind that you think will sort of give us a huge? Huge step in the right direction is at a vaccine that is at seventy five percent or does fifty percent do you fear that could be a false sense of hope. I think we would take fifty percent because it's fifty percent is a lot better than what we have. Now we've we've no tools to no no vaccine tools or medicine tools that we can use to slow this down. So fifty percent would be would be far better than what we have. Now of course I think we all want something that is seventy, five, eighty, five. Ninety percent effective. But we'll have to see what we get and I think for the amount of time has passed since the beginning of this pandemic to have a vaccine that's even fifty percent effective in in the coming months or the beginning of twenty twenty, one would be phenomenal. But again, we hope it's better but fifty percent would be better than what we have now. Tom ingles be from Johns, Hopkins One of our experts that we have on here regularly, really appreciate you coming on and sharing your expertise with us. Sir.
In Executive Actions, Trump Extends Some Unemployment Benefits, Defers Payroll Taxes
"Thirty million Americans are set to miss another benefits. Check this week and addiction moratorium expired last month for millions more the small business paycheck protection program lapsed on Saturday, and some student loan relief will expire at the end of September president. Trump's action sets a weekly unemployment benefit at four hundred dollars. Why did you decide on four hundred dollars when previously families were receiving six hundred that will be a hardship for many what do you say to them? Hardship. This is the money that they need. This is the money they want. This gives them a great incentive to go back to work. The President says states many of which are dealing with budget gaps in pleading for more federal support must contribute twenty five percent in order for Americans to qualify which governors and told you that they would sign on they don't they don't that's up to them among the other new. Orders deferring the payroll tax for workers earning less than one hundred, thousand a year, a move opposed by many congressional Democrats and Republicans suggesting federal agencies consider some eviction protections and deferring student loan payments. The constitution does not give the president power to either appropriate or tax without Congress president trump want promised to be a deal maker. I'm different than other presidents I'm a dealmaker I do hundreds of deals ideals to the. Deals come out of my ears do deals I mean you have to do deals we don't want to do the executive orders all the time it wasn't supposed to be about executive orders you have to bring them like tip O'Neill and Ronald Reagan you have to bring them together but now a deal loose it with the two sides trillions of dollars a part of a wider package which Democrats say should include money. For schools reopening for virus testing and aid to cities and states I stayed come back when you're ready to give a higher number at his golf club this weekend, the president spun the facts both on the economy for twenty straight weeks. Unemployment claims topped one million shattering historical records
Washington team releases player after domestic violence arrest
"And so an attorney for Daria's guys describes the domestic violence related charges against his client. A 23 year old former Ellis You stand out, was released by Washington's NFL team on Friday after the team learned he was arrested in Loudon County, where he lives. Accounts of assault and battery, strangulation and destruction of property. Attorney Peter Greenspun says the franchise acted too swiftly and letting the player go and that investigators assumed the worst without any input from Geiss was now free on $10,000 bond. Sandy Coz L W.
Trump allows some unemployment pay, defers payroll tax
"The president basically did several things with the executive order one is that he suspended. The requirement for workers to pay the payroll tax. So the employers still have to pay their portion, which of course, comes from their workers, but the workers no longer have to pay their portion of payroll tax, which supposedly goes to both social security and Medicare, and so the suspension lasts all the way through the end of the year. So obviously pass the election and to the end of this calendar year the president has no authority to do this, but he is doing it anyway. Now of course, the other problem is going to be that this is a suspension. So in theory the. Money is going to be owed. So the Americans who are now going to get a raise in pay. have extra money. They're obviously gonNA, spend that money, right they're not going to be setting it aside. In fact, the goal is to get them to spend it right president trump wants Americans to spend that money. He wants to artificially goose the economy with some Keynesian pump priming. So he wants Americans to take that money and spend it well then how are they gonNA pay? Come. January of two, thousand and twenty one. How are they going to pay back all of the unemployment taxes that they still owe
Washington team releases player after domestic violence arrest
"That is is the the word word from from an an attorney attorney representing representing a a running running back back for for the the Washington Washington football football team. team. Let Let go go because because of of domestic domestic violence violence charges charges unsubstantiated unsubstantiated and and so so an an attorney attorney for for Daria's Daria's Geiss Geiss describes describes the domestic violence related charges against his client. The 23 year old former Ellis You stand out, was released by Washington's NFL team on Friday after the team learned he was arrested in Loudon County, where he lives. Accounts of assault and battery, strangulation and destruction of property. Attorney Peter Greenspun says the franchise acted too swiftly and letting the player go and that investigators assumed the worst without any input from Geiss was now free on $10,000 bond. Sandy Coz L
Rosamund Pike on new movie 'Radioactive'
"There is a wonderful movie for you to see right now called radioactive and it stars my guest Rosamund Pike as Madame Curie. So this is amazing. Russ welcome. Welcome to Nice. It's really really nice to see you I haven't seen you since. We'll know know exactly when you were pregnant. So I guess that son is walking around now being five or six years old exactly that he's five and he's he's little stuntmen so. I've got. Might follow his mother in some way. Yes. He vote him falling through a very big high everyday but. I won't go into that anyway in in watching this movie, which is so beautifully done to me. It's just Marchan as director and putting what this life is in not at all stodgy bio kick manner. No, it's great and I'm looking at you and I'm thinking of your journey first movie bond girl. End of the day, I can remember you in that saying this line probably going to get this. Wrong but it was I know all about you 007. Sex for, dinner. Death for breakfast CEST. Bang on I, remember it to. And now you're Madame Curie. Yeah this is no other bond girls done this I feel that I could say that. Madame Curie. Yes. No they may we'll try now but it's too late. This might might be true. Yes. She she. I mean, yeah, she was full medical creature I'm glad you picked up on I mean. I couldn't you couldn't make conventional bio-pic about Madame Curie she was too much of a rebel in a she was unruly element in has she discovered to unruly and she was Nanri element. So you needed margin direct with a bit of rock and roll and kind of approach that was going to kind of exploded the promises will she's got that and she's got kind of your mischief. We know are remember when I first met you I thought well. She's going to be quite imperious. You know she's she does stage working the said you're just mad. Which is which is Great. Mischief I really love that would be to mischief is a great great word condemn. Yeah I had a I had a birthday party recently thought was the kind of that was the code of conduct for the Party. was mischief not s mischief. As it should be you know even in a pandemic, but you know I wanna go back to this because again I said this radioactive is not like any bio pic I've seen why is that? What attracted you to it? You know everybody would say, yes, I'd love to play manicured. There's been a movie made back in the forties we're greer Garson, and Walter Pidgeon were claimed that but it has that look of okay. This is regulation they're not there seems like. In radioactive that all the rules breath. School is it. You know it's GonNa. Be Poked Science. Oh Woman who you know she she looked navy look at the pictures. She looks sadly conventional. She wasn't I mean look the to cross with her from the Solway conference they'll eminent scientists of the day. Rees looking very. Cameron, you can just see she can't be honest and she's talking to the personal her left and he's absorbed in what is she saying and? She just never played by the rules even when it was just sitting still from minute targets photograph taken the knife. WanNa play this woman. This does mischief to be had. And I met my John Nice. Yes, she's the right spurious and we can dress this up than people can think we're giving them some chased food period drama. Deliver you know we explode the be the boundaries and I felt that with anyone. Who any character who could legitimize you to to flush Ford it would be someone like Mary Carey with her brain, which would have had an inkling would've had an inkling of what the future could hold with this discovery of the phenomenon of radioactive not so. It was exciting to me. And I probably could even. Could have been pushed found from my case even.
Congress urges Postal Service to undo changes slowing mail
"US Senator Gary Peters. He's from Michigan. He yesterday asked individuals, businesses and groups to contact his office about issues with mail delivery. He is opening an investigation into cuts to the U. S. Postal Service. He is the top ranking Democrat on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. They oversee the Postal Service. He said he is working to get to the bottom of any changes that the new postmaster general, maybe directing that undercut the Postal Service's tradition of effective service. He's doing this in light of a lot of complaints that have been we've been hearing and reports that we're reading in various newspapers and other publications, so and by the way, the post office asked for assistance in the stimulus package and They received nothing. So they're also functioning with less money than what they need in order to stay solvent through the pandemic.
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"White House trade advisor Peter Navarro spoke with CBS News What this executive order does. It's a beautiful thing. It's pure trump. It's by American for our government agencies like the Department of Defense, HHS and Veterans Affairs. It sweeps away some of the regulatory barriers to traditional manufacturing pharmaceuticals on our shores here. The president will be signing the executive order today during his visit to a World Pool appliance factory in northern Ohio. But so far the headline out of that event has been that as they tested people for Corona, who'd be close to the president turns out the governor of Ohio. Mike DeWine testing positive for Corona virus. His office says he's not exhibiting, though. Any symptoms. There was a big overnight fire in the basement of a house in Paterson, New Jersey, and police say they uncovered a
"peter i" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Considering that you have put Roman numerals in the writing of this and there are twelve of them. Yeah intense. So There's this first sign that says, Peter did not write these letters right so the the basis for this argument is Peter was an illiterate fisherman from Galilee? Not Likely that he'd be educated enough to or have an advanced. Knowledge, of the Greek language or philosophy rhetoric, a formal education in order to write these very complicated and intense letters. Okay. So some scholars think that the pestering letters which are the letters that Peter wrote referred to the Pauline Letters which are Paul's letters were who read the latrine letters to stop it don't like that why are we going to make things you don't even Offer. You get nothing for that. Patron and the police do you want to call them the Peter Letters Wassall the Peter. Letters. Okay. We'll call them. We're the CRAG. Letters. That Peter Letters. So they refer to pause letters as scripture which could mean that they were written post Paul Okay Ot report on alternate references in first and second Peter Come from the set to agent but real Peter would have probably cited an old testament. Hebrew they they certainly referred to Paul's letters and have to post eight some of them. So a date before ad is not Likely Peter Probably died around sixty, five, sixty, seven ad. But some people think that his death has actually recorded in acts win at they talk about how an angel came to get him and he went to another place that that was like a kind of a way to describe his death and then he could have died earliest forty, four you think you think witness said he died I I don't know I would just think we could. So attention ten pair he's not like the poetic lag and then angel. On the arms of an angel he didn't like it would have been like on the Peter died and then Peter move places and then Peter went places..
"peter i" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Okay I want to talk about Peter's name a little bit. Okay. So Safest Peter. In Aramaic meaning rock or Crag crag like I. Think like. Iraq did you ever see guts on Nickelodeon? No Aggro. CRAG thing I. Just like a big. I learned that you just said Agra kragness. That's what it is. Still doesn't tell me what you would go watch the show. You'll be in the middle you'd be like, oh my gosh, that's what crash. Peter also could mean stone or precious stone. Most scholars agree that as a proper name, it kind of denotes a rough or character both meaning stone as jewel or a hewn stone. So like you're kind of getting it out of the Rock, which I kind of like are acceptable and I think they both apply a tough character light Peter from the bachelor no, no no absolutely not. He's making sure not everybody every Peter. Is Not created equal. It's delicate. Yeah. That's like a like a baby version of Peter I think a dockworker for this Peter. A rough and tumble guy yeah. and then and the eastern Orthodox Church. The name is interpreted more as peters position among the apostles as opposed to his prominence in the church Petra. Or. Do you WanNa do your grid throw saying grammatically can refer to a small detachment of the massive ledge as opposed to like a big rock or Crag or boulder which I I like as a part of something like he's like a small part of something much greater of. That's bobble that's a devotional writing itself, and that feels more home with like what we're trying to do like the the one guy we can go through his the O., J. C. and now like we all work together through another exactly. So Peter's wife This is I'm so excited. Well, don't be. We don't know her name I wasn't even able to find like a made up name for her we have at the rash didn't be like, oh, no interruption Ashley not like don't blame us. This is this is when I wish we had amid rash that was the anti where they were just like we don't believe in this, but we are going to give you some in. This is just some good old fashioned towards women. Who Cares? Tradition does name Peters Potential Child which could have been the child that Jesus was referring to when he was saying, let the little children come to me her name was apparently Petra. Nella. Have you read much about Petrella now there's some wild stuff bow petrodollars. She gets off a real Elsa from frozen vibe like she grew up very beautiful and there is a neighbor or a guy in the community I think named Halmi, and he was taken with her he watched her bathing grill chill..
"peter i" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"I, don't know this feels like sketchy but like if it's you told me to come and what do you think I got? Is Jesus going. Get out here or is it more like? Okay, come. I the latter batter and I think I, think it's less Peter being skeptical because I like to I like to keep that for Thomas you know yeah and that's going away or just be like I'm going to observe back because I agree I think Peter is more of a challenger like he's challenging in this like what's happening because what's happening? Okay I don't even think it's about Dow that you couldn't do it. I don't even know for sure like 'cause he said Lord if it is year. Round, the gate he's like, okay well, if it is used interpreted has doubt. Know. Almost. Like a because. It's me your friend Jesus remember I think it's very it's not even that it's doubt it's like. We'll Lord if it is you, I've seen you raise a purse from dead cells. Seeming that I can walk on water. So it's him hedging of like your far away and I am nearsighted we know that if I'm cool if not, well, this was a mistake I always interpret Peter is I wanna like can I do this like I'm jumping? My heart saying is that it's like, okay I want to get it on. Let's go. Yeah. Yeah. Where's the other disciples probably still terrified and it's like his spirit Why would you talk? When I think Peter I think of bold all caps font. Jesus I think of Italics you know what I mean. So there's a natural. But I appreciate I think there's a nuance you probably don't resonate. Hey. Guys a quick break talk about one of our sponsors crew. We have so much fun running through the Bible with all of you that we can sometimes forget their people all over the world who simply can't get a Bible can you imagine you can help us chain that our friends at crew are distributing free bibles around the world to people who can't get them some can't afford them some live in places where they aren't allowed..
"peter i" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Can you imagine if somebody walked up to your like you are not sign of Randolph Okay you will be called Trevor. Lifeline? and see focus is air make. Word. It translates to Peter Petrus in Greek and Greek. It was good pay. And Peter Means Rock. what we know about Peter in general is that he from all the stories in scripture some we've talked about some we haven't, and we will in the future but Peter was impulsive at times irritable. He got raw angry but he was also very gentle. He was loyal. He was loving. He is famously known as a disciple who has an enormous amount of question. Peter is part of Jesus. Click within a click, which is the inner circle of Peter James and John. Now, he'll go on to write two books of the Bible, I Peter and Peter Maybe Erin did Peter Right second heater because there seems to be some issues in the research I did for the record. Peter is my favorite disciple. So you so Peter this is like you mentioned this is his second appearance here. This is multiple appearance for Peter and we have previously cast him. I, don't think I. Cast Him I think. I. Gave that honor to you very kind to give me that honor because it is. You're like you mentioned it as your favorite. In season seven with is since the fire in the casting of Peter is Jordan Peele, which is still so much. Okay. I was GONNA ask 'cause sometimes I do this experience sometimes I've cast someone, and then later when I'm revisited with them like man could better job but I feel really good about that for you. I, think given great shows if we cast him Zach Ephron Yeah, I've I've I feel like I'm not there anymore breath. That's such a lie here for his beard. Yeah. Get me wrong. So win, we're talking about the story I, want you guys to think of Jordan Peele and if you donahue Jordan, Peele as may educate yourself. He is He was part of Peel the comedy show but right now he's kind of one of the most I don't know respected like horror tourists that we have today won an Oscar get out us and then the what's the The? There's a new HBO TV. Show he's coming out with lovecraft something look our country that looks to be really good. So I like a- even more I like that he is a a talent, your he's an actor but now he's a producer and I think that's really at home with WHO Peter is. He was like a town as disciple Ba- later on, he evolves and become a mature part of the whole movement right that's right and listen if you ever if you're listening and you're like, well, who else have you cast? Casting yes. You can go to the Bible Binge Website Bible Been Struck you Bible Bench Dot Com and you can cook casting and you'll see the pictures and the names of everyone we've cast in every episode..
"peter i" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Follow along with us on instagram and twitter at the Bible Bench finally here at the Bible Bench we urge you to love others as you love yourself and share the show on social media and if you WANNA fall ago. The main biblical scripture the store will cover is Matthew Chapter Fourteen for twenty two through thirty three are Jamie new season new theme I for one. Am really excited talk about these ding-dong disciples because I don't know about you I'm I'm looks excited my Malek's out antenna. Really kind of drop in here patiently today passed every now, and then we've got a whole season pass are here for the week we've got our. Bands and our faith mask and we're ready to go. That's right. But before we talk about this episode I'm really excited about it and lead off the season with we have even more amazing news in announcements about the show in general right. So first of all the big, well, there's a bigger announcement that doesn't really care about, but is important us we're. Joining a network If you are familiar with podcast, we part of the wondering work. The Bible Binge is now a proud part of the wondering network as well but even more immediately exciting for probably listeners the Bible. Bench it's not seasonal anymore it's not biweekly anymore it's freaking weekly every single time I know 'cause one of the biggest complaints got they're. Like hey, why isn't there an episode every day we want there to be an episode every single day your and we can't do that. That's crazy. That's crazy but it would be like. Well, could you do one every week? That's crazy. Yeah. But now it's not crazy. It's not just crazy but we know it's crazy but now starting with this episode every. Single. Sunday. You will have a fabulous new episode in your feet. That's right. So Structure Wise. If you're interested, we're going to do is the type of.
"peter i" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"It's about humility a lot of times, and even even the person in the more star Dr. distress sometimes we don't have the humility to ask for help, because we're foolish, shame and fear in guilt okay, and in order for us to get better. We need to step out of the state. It doesn't matter where you're at in life. Nobody can help you if you want to resign your fear in your help in your helplessness in your shame and in your guilt, you have to step out of there in order to be able to change any, Bob. It doesn't matter who you are. Fantastic so I I can tell you even even the guys living under the bridge. He walked onto the corner store An- and ask for a meal. I can guarantee you. Somebody would give it to him, okay. So, we just need to ask. We just need to ask because people are more kind that we give them credit for Lisa very true I agree with that wholeheartedly Peter I absolutely do. So Wayne you at what's going on right now. Things are elevated. Things are heightened. people are angry. people are taking to the streets. People are sick and tired of being sick and tired. So and that's putting you know, and then you throw cove it into the mix, and what that's done for people economically. What that's done for people mentally what that's done for people socially. You know so when you take a look at what's going on in your most objective way of of optically looking at this. A lot of people and there's a big part of me. That thinks you know. This is a massive opportunity for a huge to create a huge paradigm shift and that's what's already I believe transpiring and I think you know the we talk about the climate. You know Mother Nature. I mean it's like when we take things for granted or don't step up to the plate. We don't roll up her sleeves. We continued to turn a blind eye and it's always about making a profit. Profit or it's always about putting i. this is what happens. This is what happens at the collective level, and everything gets shut down in. Everything seemingly gets thrown into a state of chaos, but it's within the chaos. It's within the darkness that if we are tuned in to the lesson, the gift the blessing I believe we can reverse this. I believe we can change that and a lot of people would think I was foolish I was being the attornal optimist and get with the program. But I do fundamentally believe that so when you take a look at what's going on right now in our world. In spite of the fact that we do have heavy hearts. Even though we know that there is a multitude of issues at play, and it's multi-layered, it's multifaceted. What do you say, Peter? What do you look upon this being? And what do you think we as a human species a society universally? What do you think the end is going to look like?.
"peter i" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Physical anything going on that closeness in wake up with your person, the next morning is stuff that's important for me in a relationship, so there's a lot of things that people didn't know that we just weren't compatible with. The, Peter I think that's where. One of the things that I want your opinion on. Is You know we watched the season before? With Luke Parker and he had he had some similar like kind of put my foot in the ground. feelings on faith and their convictions, and their morals and kind of the choices they are making, and then we get. The mattie and people were comparing the two, but it felt like your response to Mattie. Bringing these concerns was different than Hannah Bees it felt like you were. We're not angry as much or you know you are off. What what do you think? The biggest difference was between the the way the Mattie and Luke approached it was one and you know everybody talks about the double standard here. Do you believe there is one or do you believe it's different? No different and I think yeah. They were totally differently. I think everyone thinks that Madison gave me an ultimatum to this day I. Don't feel like she ever gave ultimatum. She literally just expressed the me. What was on her heart? Something I asked them to do the first night in the mansion and You know she didn't say you have to do. She said this is going to be difficult for me and I want you to know that I thought she approached it in the best way possible. The only critique guy could have for her was possibly doing it sooner in the process in maybe a little bit more open with the virginity in extended. Film with me, but that is in my opinion, completely different than anything with Luke and Hannah One one hundred percent and. I don't compare the to at all. I think this is the thing that viewers. As viewers, I think we watch it was it felt like an ultimatum? But what you're saying is no executive you to do in any relationship as you day you get to know somebody you ask him to be as open about what things are important to them as possible at some point and I think this is a good caveat. My opinion, which matters a little bit because we host podcast is. That Ultimately, you're. You're to people who pursued a relationship who were attracted to each other intrigued by each other and one of the most important things in her life was something that you may be didn't feel similarly on, and it just didn't work, but like it's hard to say goodbye to somebody great in your life even if you disagree on some massive things. But when you care and love somebody, some of those little disagreements get pushed away because you just enjoy them as a person, but when it comes down to spending your life with them, they become massively important. Breakers and dealbreakers are not bad dilbert. Breaks deal that was not going to be healthy for one or two of the parties involved. So for you as you sit there where you're at now and I just explained your break-up, which was like incredibly like odd of me. I'm sorry about that but offer. Now and you look matty in the is that she's telling you things and you look. Mattie is the day after far when you're trying to process this. And you're just going I'm going to have to say goodbye to you. Like what was that like? Then because again I say it said all this. Get to the point and the understanding that you're saying goodbye. Still somebody you cared about even though it wasn't gonNA work. No, it was a super tough I. Remember that that Exact Day. We probably spend six hours laying on her bed. Is Talking everything through? And it was like I. Keep saying it was it was like..
"peter i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Smallest. Oh I never I never thought anyone could make me feel that musical. Come from a musical family and thank you for. Let me share that with you. Is this beautiful Peter. You're a brave soul. I hope I hope I can still sing like that tonight. Do I have time for five minutes of questions from listeners. Peter Real quick. This is fun this is Andrew. Her says I have a question. I just want to thank you for making my uncle. Happy and his. Unfortunately short life is uncle was a huge. Herman's hermits phone. That's good I hope. I hope hope home at home. It's made lots of people happy. Yes Alison Ward says in August of nineteen sixty five. You kindly signed autograph for a shy fifteen year old girl who was terrified to approach you in suburban Virginia and now fifty five years later. That same woman wants to know. What's the most outrageously forward thing fan ever did to get your attention. Oh I couldn't possibly tell you that. Okay this is so funny. Last night I did it. We went to the Philippines and Mrs. Marcos had asked us to do a song the we didn't know who it was recorded by. And so it's an we'd just been with the Beatles in England and we're going to the Philippines what's it like and John said the just say yes to everything which we didn't know what that meant so we go over there and they had Mrs Marcus would like you to sing one little packet of cigarettes and it's it's the stupidest song is the stupidest most ridiculous song and it's about a guy who writes a goals address on a pack of cigarettes. Who Ever did something so stupid. Phone number phone number email address. Excuse me I'm attracted to you. Could you give me your address? No never looked here and I've looked there on the table on the chair. I've looked up. I've looked down on one the OPEC it cannot be found. What a stupid idea for song but I regret quite a few things in the songs but that is one so we had to do. We had to go in the dressing room and learned song. We only played once ever and I did it last night because somebody requested it. Somebody from the Philippines request. Second time in my life was last night and love bad thing. A lot of bad things have been written on bits of tissue paper about a drink in the mall ready but some wonderful things mostly. What they'd like to do with your winky winky will tell us about the. Let's let's get to the plugs. Do you still doing the Syria show yet to act on every Saturday every Saturday Saturday afternoon. Sixty six secs ebb. Yes and it's called. Ironically after after that duet something good out of good if you like that kind of stuff and your dates people can go to. Your website advised out where you're going to be your here at the Iridium New York this week. Yeah and they're going to be always somewhere everywhere. Yeah I do one hundred five hundred fifty a year. You know what that's like. The road is good fun. Really hundred and fifty a year. Yeah wow it's it's crazy. I do three a week. I told my I told my agent. I've only got ten more years. I keep saying ten more years vignette light at least ten years. I've been sentamu. Years started again today the ten more years and I say I want to work every Saturday book all the Saturdays and when you booked all the Saturdays get me the Fridays and then when you booked all the Fridays. Get me a pecan. Pickup Day on either end because then you know last night My friend told me I should call my show the Peter Noone Solo. Not Ben per diem show out because you WANNA YOU WANNA keep my my men on the road Making money you know so you don't WanNa go out and get stuck in. You know I see these. These bans out there stuck on the road at the Elliott. Getting stuck in you know some town in the middle of nowhere for three days off so we don't take days off. We go home. I leave on Thursday and I get home a Monday every week. I admire you my friend. You're still out there doing it. People Happy People think that there's something wrong with me for enjoy my job. But I really do enjoy alignment unlucky. It's always been about the songs my dad used to say all about the songs is she you know. Why don't you get someone good opening for your life stones instead bloody Freddie and the dreamers? That set aside doesn't like that this is now your rights all about the song's solar and I've got all those great song of course Cigna Mananga. I'm so proud of him yoga. Who who got the luck I want I was hanging? This is a slap Roy. Orbison said to me you know I so Gaga Sing. Hindi assist listen. There's only about at the time there's only twenty acts in the world who can go on stage for four or five minutes only sing their own material and the people will know all the songs yes. That's an I still have. You Got Forty five minutes and then the BG's came along and the eagles and while it was like it was about ten people with really very few people on will. I'm Lucky I. I'm so grateful. I was there to make those records because other people made a load of we made versions of songs like Diko said bus. Stop for your love. We should have had two singles those we just. We just want good at picking songs. You've made a lot of people happy for a long time and we thank you and we wanted you here for a long time and we're glad you're finally I was looking forward to it and use it. He'd be load of fun to show the series. I knew he'd be a load of wasn't expecting too serious for Peter. When I listened to the podcast will kind of very sort of mature comparatively? I'll take the compliment. We WanNA thank. Jackie martling our friend his back his role and finally nailing down. We want to thank her. Reese who's here usually very patient. Thanks coach you should ask. Jackie martling to to teach him the songs instead of. Just you've joined did exclusive club. We told you Ron Dante Tom. Jayme Tommy James Peter Asher. He sang with old. Billy J Kramer was here. Oh good he's you're not the only one that suffered happy lease Nice Guy. They're all nice guys. Yes I think probably one of the reasons I stayed in the business so long as people like them young people young people come back with us tomorrow. I WANNA go home. I mean let me. Just write to the rapper. So this has been Gilbert Godfrey Amazing Colossal podcast with my co-host Frank Santo Padre. And we've been talking to a man who really should learn the lyrics to the Herman's hermits because it's perfect. You know and I WANNA work with some new fucking no music and the Lyrics Peter. I got stuck with that second vote. Same as the first Ridge over and over and over go to Peter's website find out where he's GonNa be. He's a great entertainer. The show is wonderful and this was a treat mature. Somebody's gotTa exactly thank you Peter. Thanks thanks.
"peter i" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"PODCAST number. Ten fifty one. The Wizard Guitar tour is underway in various cities. Like Brea California. That's just one night on Saturday. March twenty first and then the weekend after the twenty six twenty seven twenty eight. I'll be at helium in Portland. And then I'll be at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston April third the tickets and Info for all of the dates. Which are populating. The calendar throughout the rest of Twenty Twenty are at Wizard Guitar Dot Com. Come on out and see the wizard guitar but now and also the wall. Nbc Game Show. The Wall starts back March Fifteenth. Which is real soon. And there's a bunch of episodes and the the show we take a little while ago but damn people really figured out how to play the game and it is incredible. So I if you're a fan of the wall it is coming back on Sunday nights. I think like seven. Pm On march fifteenth for Awhile. And if you're not a fan of the wall that's fine too thorough lot of entertainment choices up there. I don't know how we keep up with everything quite honestly there's just too much entertainment but there's a lot in any case. Let's talk about you. We're GONNA talk about Cameron Giles. Who has emailed events that I D ten T dot com? Who said I made a thing? It is the pilot episode of Turbo City Guidon Animated Series chronicling the adventures of the baddest band on the planet the mad gear aesthetically. The series takes its cues from the eight and sixteen bit Video Games. The artists pixelated the nation. Simple and the music is chip. A fide show itself is inspired by this video games Saturday morning cartoons film noir and the warriors also has been described as streets of rage. Meets strong bad now. The pilot is outs were launching a kickstarter to make a full season. You can find it all at mad gear band dot Com. Thank you Cameron. Thank you for making a thing. This episode is Russell Peters stand up comedian Russell. Peters who I don't think actually is ever been on the podcast before he was on that midnight. Think he's actually ever been on the podcast. This might be his premiere episode. He's promoting his new Amazon Phantom special deported which as I just said is on Amazon but I said it really fast I kind of barreled through it so I'm just going to say it again. It is on Amazon Russell. Peters thank you so much for being on this episode of the identity podcast which starts right now. Took no babies yet so funny. Because I'll I'll I've been and I imagine you too because this is sort of what happens. Is Comedians get older? They just sort of talk about stuff in their life. I've started talking about the potential of having kids and my show and it's always so funny. How divided something. It's the best of other people like Dow Dow ads. Don't you know so the people that are the best you know that misery loves company? I know what he's always like a weird club that people who are trying to recruit you for like we do it like a come on. Don't do it Colty Club. I Dunno I think Oh back from. That's the thing it's not like there's no backtracking like a bad haircut grow out. It's like the tire spikes go up like cup campaign that's it. It children are tire spikes that's the takeaway today. That's why they say you're so tired. We did I start with a pun. That listen you're not gonNA get. I'm not going to turn my nose up at a pun and I'm a big Fan I have. I am like puns. I feel like everyone loves them. Even though some people are like Oh you know. They're puns but everyone loves palm. Yeah I'm big fan so you have. Two kids loved the word play. I excited to talk to you because you do something. That is very difficult to do. Which is you're able to shoot riffing in your shows right which is which is. I've always thought like. Oh it's really I tried to do a segment of my last special and it was like a an extra. I kind of went into the crowd but I always find that it works in a live show because everyone's they're shooting. Comedy creates a layer of separation so the audience at home isn't caught up in the energy. So why don't you know like I'm not there so I would love to sort of talk about how you're able to make that work and how you're able to weave it in mainly because it's something that I wish I could see? I love talking to the crowd. So do I because I get bored like after you. You know when you're when especially when you go to shoot a special You've got to figure out to that for two years or something. Yeah and now. You're just deathly fucking bored of the act and you're like maybe I can if I talked to somebody. It'll make me. WanNa breathe new life into the material than Ryan to do so but that's also the way I write is by talking to the crowd. You seem like a very structured intelligent guy. I read. Well that is. You've definitely been tricked. I I am by intelligent. I don't mean you're smart I over think things. I'm was my last two specials. I very much wrote the way that you do. And a lot of it had to do with just my schedule being so crazed I would sort of get an idea. And then just kind of riff with the crowd and see how it unfolds. Talk to people and something that will come out and then it will become a part of the act this special. I really sit down and morning at breakfast and I just right for like an hour right. How can I play with that? That's the part. I don't understand like you open your laptop or do you use pen and paper. I opened my laptop. I use a couple of different programs couple different APPS that I use and I just tweak you know like I listened to sets and I go. That was fat. I can cut that out like what's different joke on this house. What's a different angle on this? So it's just it's just tweaking. Every day just incrementally and trying a different shows which also keeps it fresh every time right. I used to think in the nineties I would record my sets and then I would listen to them once only once. So here's the thing I used to deejay. Yeah I still do. I start teaching and eighty-five and I found through de Jiang that if you make a mistake in a mixed tape When I'd be making mix tapes if there was a mistake like I dropped the record in at the wrong time or the the mix went off a little bit and if I listened to it more than twice in my brain goes. That's where it's GonNa go. That's where it sounds so I took that and then instituted into comedy and I would listen to my set once and I've made my notes back then I'm like okay. I didn't like that I didn't like that and then I would not listen to. That's ever again and I would record the next set and try to fix it and then listen to that set once and that's how I would get moving forward because then you don't end up making the same mistake no but sometimes sometimes especially with like. Dj reviewed dropped wreck the wrong time. There's always there's that prince thing of like if you make a mistake do it again because then it seems intentional. You know like Yeah Sometimes. The happy mistakes. And that's what I love about ripping with people. Is that when things go sideways? Kind of some of the magic happens. Oh yes you can't I don't believe like I can't write something verbatim and recite a script. I can I can ride. Beats like right? The joke beats and then however it comes out is how it comes out right. I feel like you have to be in the relationship with the audience for that too. You'RE NOT MARRIED. Ula Words not at all right that it comes out different every and also I would imagine for you too. If people saw two of your shows back to back what they would see are two different shows. Even though some of the material is the same they would have two different experiences based on your interaction with the crowd right. And that's how I like to do it. Yeah and I think that's why. After thirty one years I still have a nice thriving. Live business. Yeah because they come on there like we saw him last time he was fantastic and then we saw him again and it was completely different. Yeah I've had people come out three nights in a row weekend because they were there Friday Thursday and they're like those so good ones in again. Friday was a different show again. Yeah different show again all right and I'm like yeah when I don't know that I'm doing that. I just you just doing it. It's just natural natural being you but you have the comfort level on stage that no matter how far off the map you go. You know you're going to be able to pull it back if you need. Y'All just ask a leading question. Yeah do you ever find? Sometimes it's difficult to follow your written material like you've had such a stellar riff with the audience and they're so involved and all the sudden you talk about somebody that doesn't involve them like no talk about us again. Yeah that was more had that I've had I've had myself not able to follow myself. Yes yes yes yes yes. It's the best and worst feeling at the same time. Yeah but you can always dive back into the crowd you need to and then I go. I would actually address it as soon as it happens to like that was written material which is clearly not as good as you guys. Yeah of course. Yeah but that you know that type of comedy and what you're talking about is just like being in the purest sense of the moment in the purest present possible which I think is sort of what makes it fun and and I don't know if it's a whole separate skill set to recite your set like a script and I have respect for the guys that do and are able to have it sound fresh every single time but I'm like you I have to trick myself jazz. I guess so. You know what Song you're starting to play and eventually I'm in this key and I'll probably end up on this and have to start with the song and I'll end with the song but in the middle it's going to get a little convoluted. Yeah do you ever go on stage and just say like with like? How Murad are your topics when you go on stage and you don't know how it's GonNa work out you're like oh I was GonNa talk about my kids and see what happens. Yeah had it happen a lot? I find whenever we get to my kids. It gets it just falls flat nowadays. Does it excellent like I get bored of it because I think about it from the perspective of when I didn't have kids and I would hear comic talk about the kids are like I don't care about your kid? Is it just like showing someone your pictures of your kids?.
"peter i" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Need something to keep up. Everyone's morale you know right. Yeah food you'd maybe I'm thinking. Oh we'll just head over to the fucking stop and shop Allen areas saying. That's not your fault not to fully get hanger. You know I get angry a lot. You know okay okay So something else not else. Yeah like I would imagine spear magic. Good Yeah Right. Magic Spear I just feel like a sandwich would be so much better though like we everybody will die otherwise it would be so much better. I really WANNA sandwich So berthiamue talks to Saint Andrew One last time and learn all the Christians need to do is fast for five days to guarantee their victory. Oh Oh yeah it makes a Lotta Sense. Nothing guarantees victory in a physical confrontation like going five consecutive days. Who might the good news is though? That's easy because they're starving right and honestly. The five days might have mattered because all of these Turkish nobles are distrustful of one. Another are and there was a hard time limit on how long curb appeal could hold together. This coalition you gotTa have some pretty significant differences to shun unity during his uh-huh houses of Congress watching a president become king or something like that would never happen right show on Monday. June twenty eighth of ten ninety eight Crusaders throw open the city gate and charge against is vastly superior Turkish force with one of their generals. Bearing Bartholomew's Oh whom use spear point in the four now again we don't know the actual numbers But we do know that the crusaders were massively. Outnumbered we also know that curb ago radically underestimated their force but so like the charge comes out and he's like Oh that's all there is no big deal and then more guys keep pouring out so he didn't really react. He accidentally. It was too late by the time. He's deploying all his forces and bring all the way to combined army the bear the people in the front lines are starting to retreat. And once that happens the various his faction's kind of took like fuck this guy attitude and deserted and so like the army version of your buddies second time getting back together with his ex. You're like yeah exactly no more all right. So this was a fucking disaster for the Turks and it catapulted. Peter Bartholomew to the height tame among the Crusader army. And that's a fucking problem because as useful as he was when he was stolen out morale-boosters right before they needed outnumbered starving is to charge a well-fed. Oh Fat Army. Having some random do speak for God can be a huge fucking problem right especially when shortly after their victory in the battle of Antioch he starts. He's telling everybody that Jesus wanted to March the rest of the way to Jerusalem barefoot is all the guys guys look look as talking to God and he said we have to do this on hard mode so no no shoes and this is a big one from now on from this point. Line on. Its three for flinching. Three desert has covered in slug bug. Sir will never make it now. He's testing in half of that. Atom are the the people leggate dies. He is the main voice of opposition against visions and soon after that Bartholomew is visited by Atom Ars Ghost who tells him that he changed his mind and now he totally believes that the holy lance thing was true soccer. Convenient timing. Yeah right so soon. You've got this whole army divided Ed between people buying into Bartholomew's visions and people rejecting. Okay I feel like Allen. Who is clearly the no of this story would have had very convenient? Follow all up visions right after Peter to contradict whatever the fuck you said. Yeah no sweet vision Peter. That's a good one. Wait hold on Saint Andrew He's popping back real quick right now. You hear that right either you here nope no. I think you're hearing something else was. He said he said you can hear him too. He just said you heard him say that he knows that you can hear it right Right Yup that's him. I said you know what I did. Hear Him Yeah you obviously because state Cool so any okay right now. He's saying it's cool. If only Peter Does the barefoot thing so we're all good we're all GONNA do All right so eventually Bartholomew's vision start consisting of things like long prescription lists of centers among the Crusader army army. That Jesus thinks should be hanged. And that's enough to rock even his most ardent supporters so basically. Everybody concludes that. He's just another. who had a spear point point and then he gets so incensed by that charge that he offers to prove himself with an ordeal At Allen's like yeah great the idea Pete. That's fantastic Saint Andrew. I know you know what he said. He'd say nothing if he agrees with that. No totally onboard. It's just like I had the weirdest dream last night I was crusading. You know like we do and then I looked down and my spear was like really small when I was naked and late. And where are you guys going. I've just all right for those of you who have never been accused of heresy in the Middle Ages. I should explain what all of this means. An ordeal by fire is when you have somebody do something that would normally burn them. But if God favors them he can make it not burn right shows you reach and so on so we clearly wanted to tiny here and that is now. That's really what it is right because this is the thing they do like walking over coals type Shit you reach into a boiling pot of water in your hand comes away on bird because that doesn't take very long. That's God's way of telling everybody that you're on the up and up Lord Jesus be with me everybody all right. We'll see you guys later with a much older hand. AH So loving. Jesus I hope he just has like a single candlelight licks his fingers snuffs it out. Bucket billionaire AWESTRUCK. Away like No that would be the novice version of an ordeal by fire up Peterborough. Thal meal would be doing the advanced version so some of his fellow soldiers building a bonfire which then and walks through now the stories day. Bridget at this point with the consensus among historians is that he comes out the other side of this sponsored by a very burned to death dies a couple couple days later so cruel myself. I believe we were discussing my list of centers please. You're you're still on fire on. Fire the sense now. Interestingly enough though the the spear point he found would continue to be treated as a relic throughout all the Crusades. When at one point it was captured by the Islamic Army people would doc in the doomed effort to get it back because religious is stupid and makes a live people turn debt people so besides that very last thing you said if you had to summarize what you've learned certain yeah no it was that last thing I will improvise okay? It's easier to write essays when you pick a subject whose wikipedia article is more than four hundred eighty one word and and are you ready for the quiz from the panel of experts. I am ready to roll all right. No more was the nickname for Peter's magic. Spear was it a ooh Shallow Albert Magic Pike. See all that Javelin Yup thank. You are a Hokey pokey. It is a D is admittedly brilliant. Eli were But I see that you're doing that to trick me. I did the reading. I know the actual answer. It is secret answer e Lance Revolution. A that is correct. All right Noah a divine adventure adventure into the heart of the Muslim world to claim land. Seems like bad idea back then. When would this also be a bad idea? Hey Eighty nine thousand nine hundred forty eight B nineteen ninety see two thousand three or d probably again next. It's Thursday last Thursday because we of course he's A. This is a tough one because the answer you would think it secret answer e all of the the above. But it's actually secret. Answer everything that could possibly be. That's correct I know. A trial by fire was just one way they had to decide. If you're a heretic. What was another way to plead your case a had to put your hand in a bag of Scorpions? They call the stung jury. Ah Lan about a nails. It was an EPA Dir mistrial. See so you off a platform into water to see if you drown. It was a jury of your appears appears is spelled differently. There guys adult. That's why it's funny or they would kill you. If you came back from the dead you were innocent. They called the Corpus Ha. Because nobody was all right. I got to be honest. I don't know Secrets are E. It's like see they throw. Oh you into a big VAT of saliva to see if you drown a known as these spittle equipped to the jury pool. I get all right I I would bet you're wrong though. Its Status Corpus. I'm sorry it's your close. You stumped him man. Yeah well then. Tom Should do something. who said my name all right well for Tom. No Cease Lynn. Eli I'm heath. Thank you for hanging out with today. We'll be back next week and by then Tom. That was why somebody said your name. Yup who is that. You're going to be an expert on something else next week. You're ready Doesn't seem likely count the other between now and then you can hear Tom and see salon cognitive dissonance and you can hear myself on God. Awful movies the skating atheist and skeptical at. And if you'd like to give us money for the free thing that we give you you can make a donation at patriotair dot com slash citation bod and if you'd like to get in touch with us. Listen to past episodes connect with us on social media or take a look at the show notes. 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"peter i" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Out of Africa's brilliant is it old old Sydney Pollack Doing Robert Redford and Meryl Streep and one of her seminal performances. I it's it's fantastic story but that's right yeah contemporary. It's contemporary it is it's contemporary film. Yeah just like artists. What is postmodern after World War Two? It's after drew the nuke after the course after Vietnam it's temporary. Yeah Two twos the likes of you and me but not to not. Everybody know it's but we would call call that Contemporary I mean. That's like I'm supposed to say this. Now right okay boomer Oh you're so hip you're so this. Is this new thing where every time when you complain. My Dad's a real. He's nineteen fifties real l. baby-boomer Where Peter Peter's just a few years it's is that the denigration baby boomers exactly? Yes exactly you you say you. Kids don't know what they say. Okay boomer I would never say that in my life. But it's a thing he loves it. He loves making jokes about twitter. You're very I don't super hit. I think your dad is hip they well anyway. Anyway that's that's the that's the point. Context point of context is by the way. Thanks victorious Dr who I think along with McGraw and my dissertation you know I wouldn't be. I wouldn't have never studied art down and we have to add. That is ridiculous you have a masters. PhD HD both the Master's from Syracuse University in Roman and Renaissance Art and a PhD in Italian Renaissance Art History for Ucla Cla. That's right And and and fourteen different my sleep you know. It's like No the now that does not define man. He's what you do. Though you get up first thing you hit it for fifteen minutes. Play the trumpet. Every day I get up and play trumpet. Oh yeah by the way. He's also a world class jazz. Trumpeter thank you. I used to be great now mediocre but I'm surrounded by six or five guys. You make me look great. Still you know. Because they're session guys is an real real deal musicians who make their living at it and Yeah I but I love playing the trumpet. Love Playing Bossa Nova Guitar Hard. But you gotta do it early in the morning and you gotta right early in the morning and then you gotta do it before you do emails a phone calls or you know otherwise it goes does It goes away. You can't do it. You can't do that one day on Friday. Yeah I'll do it on Friday. Yeah you gotTa do it fifteen twenty. That's how exercises from you have to do as soon as again are also going to put it off and get busy with the day. The other things intrude on your day and other things that they that sucks the air out of the balloon and finally have a day. Ah Yeah Yeah. Didn't you play the Cornet. I play the trumpet. Cornet sister smaller version. But what I play actually is now a Flugel Horn which is love that sound and a great company. That's gone out of business. And Colegio made me pocket fluids doubt about that big but it has the sound of that you play in public or do you just used to play Jeff Goldblum when I Jeff Jeff Goldblum is a Gem Jeff Goldblum and I've played together and Bucker ruin in later on. We got it. Great you mean. In the adventures of buckle banzai adventures a buck rebounds uh-huh across the eighth Tim across the dementia. All of those words and that one title at so jeff and I've been friends since then except that met jeff when he was nineteen and and I was doing play for Joe PAPP and he was doing a play for Joe PAPP and there was a ninety seventy three so we go back a long way and we started play together in the eighties. And then we got together and people's living rooms with a great guitar. Playing Peter. Harrison won a grammy with Hornsby Hornsby another grammy. Chuck Mangione so he's a gifted guy also orchestrator for NBC. So the three of us would play and then miles Davis and I can really drop that name. And that's really really name dropping. You could drop three as far as I'm concerned my lifetime. You could drop Brando. He'll do and you could drop miles Davis And you know I don't know maybe seven thousand dollars. There's about five that you can really. I mean the others. You could say like I worked with Sidney Lumet. I work with Mike. These people you know illeg brought me into the studio. Those people are giants and but miles. Miles Davis's Mozart you know. Miles Davis shifted the course American music. This rap sounds that take his rhythmic sounds on the corner. What I mean is there so mile said when are you in Goldblum going to get out of those living rooms and get yourself a band miles Davis? Yeah well that wasn't there but he knew he reads a lot right and he knew when I met him that he had every album it ever made since I was nine my mother turned me onto it backstage with him into Mother is still living in eight other white bread people. Will you know who are standing with miles. And he booked no editorial all hated care. Who's listening and he said when you I don't know how he knew Jeff and I had a bamboo says what are you GonNa get out of these living rooms and gets a band and I said miles like where are we going to get a band cooking? You dropped the F bomb on the spot for it. Yeah so I said Mas. We're going to get a ban and he screwed up his face at me like that and is is it going to get a ban will buy one get the fucking money any walked out the door. That's used F word we've ever had. Yeah yeah so I ran back to Jefferson Jeff. Miles Davis Miles Davis Miles. Davis said we've got to get a band we've got an event it goes. Well okay. We could buy one. But what do we find this ban. You know. So we asked Peter. Harrison Peterson Peterson. I'm orchestrated from NBC. I'm not even touch with bands anymore. So we go on to play the Liberals and the next thing I knew. I'm doing a movie with Woody Allen Woody Allen plays loves it now woody Allen is a huge. That's a context of film that people look at that okay because he's looked at every film and he's changed his what they call his style. You Know Gordon Willis was with him and then he changed the Carlotta the Palmas moving the camera. He's got a whole myriad of changes of style. So I'm talking to woody And Brian Hamill is. It was his poster photographer. One all what's for Manhattan member. The great brands of courses and Brian is one of what he's talking to Brian and I said I gotTa talk to woody about Jazzman and known would for wild and a cement michaels and I told him to start up miles Z.. said he says well Peter you know. Miles Davis tells you get a band you gotta get man. It's Miles Davis is not guy in a diner man. You know I said well what what are we ready says. Listen take the people you've got and find a place I the band will come. Just get outta out of the living rooms. Go find a restaurant that's empty on the day. They're empty and just ask him if they go in and play and now goes sure 'cause they don't care like two people in place but make sure you get paid and I'm not talking about the dinner the free lunch or the whatever ice tea but they give view money even if it's fifty bucks and it will be the happiest fifty dollars ever made now. This goes back to when I was at school. I could make money but now I made made any money is a musician and neither is Jeff. So Tell Jeff Jeff. It's not just that he was a any all right. Jeff I forgot my mantra great line. You're the guy at the and to tell them that's a woody. Says we gotta get a band and we should just go find a place. I will get the musician. So we went to four on on Broadway. It was empty on Saturdays and me. I'm Peter Harrison. Clint Eastwood. There's another name you can drop with. Son Kyle Up Clint and he said you know Kyle is a great musician quite bass player. Yeah wonderful and he became a player and we play this place and what he said it thirty days you'll have an audience. It's thirty days you'll have on its and musicians will come. Because they'll hear about dot com Zach positions came now jeff plays with his group and he's recording according to bless him and I play my. I played the grain of Anna Room. Which is a Cigar Club High End Cigar Club in Beverly Hills? I played like every couple of months. Fat Jeff Jeff Tours it. Yeah it's just the best. It's the best. Who did you just see this weekend? Roger Kellaway where at Feinstein's at Patillo north. Hollywood with John Clayton on Bass whose magnificent and Bruce Forman on guitar. So that was the trio. Dad's Jazz my dad's a jazz nut. Who Made Me Jazz? Not Are you nuts. Yes I used to big jazz. The Jazz Society things like happiest money is the most most exciting one of the most exciting days of my entire life was I opened an envelope and there was a check inside for sixty eighty five dollars from the village voice. Wow accepting my review of Duke Pearson this orchestra Who would play at the half note Manhattan and I was just over the moon over the moon I wrote to the voice of the next two and a half years? And what you're what years was this. Is the eighteen. Seventy seven nineteen seventies early to mid July started. I started there at the voice at the same time as Gary Giddens. You kidding was who is brilliant yeah sure I was a dilettante. Gary was brilliant and still is and was to write liner notes. I got to do Matt and I and I got a door down beat magazine so I had several years of doing that. But we're here to talk about you. Peter no no no no I. I just I knew that you were jazz. Guy I knew that was Abramowicz. Still writing for the voice thin. No here's going mind mine not to my knowledge He was the Rocker There's the Rock Rock Guy. What are you guys you put up Jimi Hendrix? Sea mentioned. You mentioned Mike Nichols Mike. Nicholls apparently was Godfather of cinema. So many people who worked for him You know like a proselytizer. An educator I think that was his great gift that he was a savant. I mean that he was like an parter of wisdom and but as articulate and the funniest dude. I've never met and man. I mean Iraq on tour and quick A one liner you know one liner quake. But I guess he was. I mean He. I was doing a film shakedown with. Sam Elliott. What are the last New York action in films? New York was filthy but it was dangerous. I mean salmon is that we had security around us. Not because we're anybody like extra famous but be overshooting at crack dens and and all sorts of places where you get killed but We never get cries and whispers. Murderous is crisis Just been restored so graduates. This is what ninety three three Islamic that is the nineteen eighty eight. It's been restored and it's being released so Sam is asking me about Chrysler Whisper. Should he goes see it. He always Bergman was something. You know. Sam's country guy. Hi but he's always curious as a beautiful thing about him. He's almost innocent in his curiosity. I got the direct them and justify a couple of years ago. What a gem of human being you too so he should Peter? Should I go see this cries and whispers right. I suggest SAM. Have you ever see any Bergman Persona assault photography Operator whose name I will not mention. But he's a pretty famous operate in New York. Says Bergman is just Horns in Bergman is overrated. Bergman has you know they call seventh seal. You know it's overrated. It's like hype and spend Nichols this is like who cares. It's static tableaux photography with no particular invention. I said well I disagree. I mean I think that you know this is the post second wave of feminism. Have you see persona that may be the all-time feminist film ever ever I can't think of anything that that anybody of any gender is ever made or written or filmed that tells more more about the dilemma of a woman. The woman in any facet whether it's love jealousy. Envy violence what have you so I say I disagree in our so that night I have dinner we would have these dinners throughout. It would be me. Carrie Fisher and Mike and Carrie Fisher was God bless her was one of my first maybe my first ever in. La Carrie Fisher. I met before star wars came out. I was doing streamers with Mike. She'd come to see it with her best friend and other wonderful guy. Great actor ribbon done Iowa shoe she was nineteen. I think I was twenty six. Something like that. Became fast. Friends took me to Disneyland. And then we would have these seminars with Mike off and on so here. We are at this Chinese Restaurant Front and Mike says moving is he's you know by the way cries and more spurs just released today you know with all we got to see it so I tell him about this this conversation with Sam..
"peter i" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Like Peter I would have sunk or I would have gone under they have better they did yes we we say it was very powerful we sang the national anthem was very special saying the Mechelen from the American flag was up to the Israeli flag was up is very powerful that is correct well all right you're all Nancy in Minneapolis thank you for calling hi Dennis how are you very well thanks all up thank you well I just wanted to call and tell you I was listening to you as they try to as much as I can and my daughter is part of the regular force and she goes to one of those universities that you're talking about and she's a she's a force for good and she called me last night and he said mom can I look at the she has a political science class and they were told that they could do anything that they wanted you that they were passionate about and so she picked the legal immigration and how she's Carlisle so I read it and he asked the professor before he emailed them inside if I pick a topic that you don't agree whether you get a great you know you can give me a lower grade he assured her that she wasn't and so she wrote this beautiful paper so she was gonna handed insane she was all nervous about it and but we both talked about we we live by our W. W. D. D. what what Dennis still and I just want you to know how how much you need me as a mom that she had Clary from you and she's you know because of that she's willing to go out there and kind of put herself out there and for what she believes I'll find out you know well you know what I got to tell you you made my day he just did it this is what I I don't live to have power I live to have influence good influence and and at your daughter must be very special and you equally I mean it I I don't I don't patronize my listeners you you're you've done a great job where does she go to school she goes to the university of river falls in Wisconsin and she's actually talking on the radio before she had a little interview with you about why she's on our sense yeah well you got to get her to come to one of the the annual meetings of Prager force because I attend them I'm a and I would just love to meet her you you made my day what can I tell you the truth if you have kids in college station join per year for us good for them and good for the country well it's good for you really factor it is so good for you there was a guy this would did you see the guy with the back of it yeah that was that was adorable I looked at the six hundred people how many of you have really factor the guy didn't only have that we had a bag he had the entire birth terrific product everybody none of the side effects of ibuprofen and anti inflammatory to help your muscles and joints and frankly your overall health give it a try in three weeks if it doesn't work it doesn't work they only do one three week quickstart at relief factor dot com the Dennis Prager show live from the.
"peter i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Guard is enact. He's been in over sixty different. Wolves films shattered glass magnificent seven the green lean lantern and if there's a type that Peter plays it's guys who are confident and cool and composed or I guess guys that should be competent cool composed but in some small way are not like maybe it's a CIA researcher who's personal life unravels when he's been secretly dosed with LSD like an errol Morris's wormwood for a charming young guy who turns out to be something of a confidence man like in the Academy Award nominated aided an education or like in his latest film sound of silence in it. He plays Peter Lucienne. Peter is a New York City House tuner meaning that he is kind of like a sort of scientific guy who goes around studying ambient sound he lives in New York. One of the loudest noticed busiest cities in the world and he has made a business out of creating harmony like literal harmony finding ways to match the ambient sounds in in everyone's apartment like say you're feeling tired and down and the traffic outside your apartment sounds like an a on the piano and why not buy a microwave that cooks in a C. Sharp and add a toaster but hums and it's a beautiful quiet strange film and Peter SARS guard is captivating in it. Here's a clip with him in action. He's been contacted by a woman named Ellen. chason Jason Played by Rashida Jones is depressed and she's having trouble sleeping in her home and Peter thinks he knows the cause. I noticed your toaster produce e flat and your refrigerator hums at a cleared she now the foundation now is a subtle but convincing see throughout the entire apartment.
"peter i" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"You're just so positive. Is it a positive you're good and you're feel secure and you got up steam. Whatever adam litter literally doesn't register these things you you just don't allow the body. They don't bother aww he doesn't even see him. Would you say it's sorta like like a blind spot absolutely yeah adam. It's it's hard coded atom like if you scroll through your mentions and see something negative and keep going that's different than atoms scrolling through his mentions. He doesn't see that you're not to know it's there and it doesn't permeate and that i get bothered. Authored mine doesn't me either doors. What i'm saying is it's different. I'm saying you selectively. You're conditioned yourself and built your personality in a way okay not allowing permeate. You're okay now. Adam doesn't see it. It's not there didn't happen. It's different. I know that's hard to. I'm not seeing i'm not being the difference. I'm not different straight up here like somebody you know and this is not u._n. Atom we're going to is this is an example right. People can have trauma can be disconnected from people because of trauma in childhood and as a result of that have really difficult time empathizing with other people right or they can be born with the genetics of sociology and be a psychopath and not register emotions of another people that part of the brain doesn't work work see the difference i do but is it weird that ends in the same place but it's different. I have tons of empathy for everyone else and we're not talking about psychopathy or the ooh now for yourself for myself. I i empathize with everything yet. When it comes to me i you know maybe it was just nuns beating the crap app out of me for twelve years. You don't need it. Maybe not a good. You're sort of full. You're filled until you don't may not need your why do i still don't feel like i have to do everything. Why can't i stop. What do you mean by do everything i feel like. I'm constantly trying to do more. I think that's just just certain i'm that way too. I just think people are that way. I i've wondered that about myself too and i'm really looking at how we were close the same age right yeah. It's when you start looking at that stuff and i don't know if you're like me in that you're having fun doing all this and then you know you're not having fun. I am i. I really having fun. My my thing is i'm never you know i've always said this. I'm never happy with the ribbon. I'd just one okay the oldest thing in my world as the award. I just got. I get that like i don't even i can't even get. I can't even celebrate it so so so. Did you get a lot of never got any whichever you did. Grownup wasn't never good enough. Gotta mortimore vigneault. My parents were really good about isn't my parents. Were not athletes. They were academics. My dad's doctorate mom's got three master's plus thirty hours towards doctrines. They spent their lifetime in school yet. So one of their kids come. Along and coaches are going. He's really fast asked and they're gonna molest cool. You don't understand he's like really fast and i didn't know i had this talent as an athlete yeah i. I just knew that i wasn't good as a student. I wasn't bad as a student. I wasn't my parents <hes> but my parents never came to all over games and they did support you yeah. They were at every game and they nothing. I don't know where that <hes> sort of bottomless pit comes or you know peter i was told when i was i had i. I was figuratively figuratively fast like on tests and stuff. I the teachers told my parents he's going too fast on everything. Which i think is is an interesting thing because i i would always get like be minuses c..
"peter i" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"In his joke heater 'em a weight the maker of his name is what david general wind yes got confused with peter i was like damn it peter african no no no david so he's on his way they're 'cause he works on the yearbook a at school and he joined because of arianna because she's the editor in chief of the yearbook so he's on his way to pick them up 'cause he volunteered anand or on his way to check the copier checks the portland and he decides to take the long ways so that he can like fucking people on arianna an her boyfriend making out at the bramble 'cause he's like masochist i know like it's like yeah that's a little more than masochists you'd brown yeah are you like bona now are you like you are you humping bush underlying wow she makes out with her boyfriend and yeah my friend knowing you know claim on her as a man it's so fucking where endorsing luck right 'cause he's nice everybody he i mean he does turn out to be in the south of quality like illumine audi you just turned out to be in illuminated yeah but yeah he seems perfectly yeah i highlighted that same part where you hate intern for one moment i hated arianna hated her okay okay so he's taking this path he's watching them make out hoops dead body it's horrifying scary mangled it's all lashes out at so terrifying and then he he wakes up and goes on between the shower at that moment i hated sorry on i hated her from making me want her so much that was the reason i joined in your book in the first place if i hadn't done that i'd never have gotten stuck with proofreading never seen the body i'd always be the same happy but screwed up kid i'd always been we shot up dude and then it goes to the next chapter 'cause he's talking about the first day he ever saw ariana well the belt who's loosened on a gray and windy afternoon in february meaning like earthquake the seven to be exact i was walking home from school of fun way fun because arianna mosque was a half block in front of me parentheses if you could see her body move you know what i mean real slowing lazy like with lots of dot dot dot well movement in parentheses sounds pathetic i know but i was obsessed okay don't tell me you don't know what that feels like david you horny little incell mother fucker yeah here's the thing i uneasy gross there's so many passages like this there were a lot of passages like this i was a teenager i i leered at guys pressure and like even now if i'm like oscillating like i will stare at a person have bad thoughts but his voice so that's the saying one thing is to have a crash and lost sastre somewhat sure it's another it'd be like a fucking hated her for making me want yeah i was following her home specifically so i could like watch her breasts jerry yeah it his language and the tone of how he speaking is fucking gross and it's pretty gross it's very like porkies is like yeah like hey that boys girls around the whole there's this other par after he's joined yearbook over the weeks arianna began looking at me with respect parentheses i would have preferred lost or even mild karnal interest but respect is fine ears zones vani here's another he's talking about mr toward a deal yeah you're book though like head of they use like the riser yeah the teacher that over looks them and they call not because he has like gross on his face yeah whose nickname was word face because of his last name and two large moles on his right cheek and left hand blah blah blah describes him he's like all mitch mismatched and then top seder's and goofy but he's also only like twenty something twentyfive but looks old weird 'em a genius an awesome athlete okay he organized some the crew team members and other achiever types including on his boyfriend stephen who they called smut yeah of it's an acronym for his full name like stephen than even a martial i'll a bridge tallahassee basically except.
"peter i" Discussed on KGO 810
"Just another example of magic of of occult practice where we are trying to insert ourselves between right right in the middle to get right in there. And to say, I want to have this experience directly. I don't want it to be mediated. But if it is going to be mediated, I'm going to be the one who who uses that. Tool. Could we put you Peter in that category? Myself. Yeah. Wow. I definitely am somebody who who believes in a spiritual reality and who wants to interact with that. I tend to believe though, that we have to be careful about how much we try to rest that you know, from it. We have to put it this way. We have to meet God halfway, right? We can't make it all the way. And if we get so far, and we don't get an answer. The maybe there wasn't an answer at that moment for us to get. Why does it seem that some people get the answer, or at least they think they do. And then others can't even get close. Yeah. I mean, that's the greatest. That's the greatest mystery though, isn't it? Sure. Is you know, why some people seem to be more sensitive to this? Or why some people are that this goes back to the whole idea that we wants us to think that a that a prophet was somebody who had special information for us. And now, we often believe that those people might actually be crazy. Right. So you know, it for a long time we've been wrestling with visionary experience. And and that's why you know, even people who produce art that we call visionary, art, or spiritual art are often considered outsider artists. Why is that why are the people were working with these teams considered to be outside artists opposed to people who are part of a regular mainstream artistic community. And I think it's. We live in a world where we still feel that he's questions have to be a little bit on the outside of our normal experience. And what's interesting about technology is and this is really key here. If I can explain this somebody takes a radio, and they say, I'm gonna I'm gonna open up this radio, and I'm gonna resod or a few connections to see if I can communicate with the spirit world, but the science that made that radio possible and the science that makes it possible to e solder it and have another effect take place the science behind that even made this radio something that you could find a store which say that communication with the spirit world is not possible to spirits, donate kissed and yet we can take the thing this technology, and somehow divorce it from the saints that is underneath it scientific method and scientific under. Standing in the world. It's it's underneath it and divorce it and turn it into a tool that we can use to try to have these experiences. So I think there's a fascinating disconnect there about how we can think about technologies in ways that the science connected to them might actually be an opposition to. Well. If you didn't own a radio or have a computer where you could listen online, and somebody came up to you and said, Peter I hear voices of this guy at night talking about ghosts and spirits, all these strange things. He's out there. He's out there in you. Of course, who knew never had a radio you've never went online like that too. Listen, you're probably saying what's this guy talking about he's insane. But my voice is out there. It's being heard by millions. If they have the receiver to pick it up in. I think all we need in order to pick up the spirit world, which is all energy to is the right kind of receiver. Well, fascinating that you say that because when spiritualism was becoming very popular in the eighteen hundreds in the mid to late eighteen hundreds. It was also when we had started to develop telegraph technology and people called, medium, spiritual, mediums, spiritual. Telegraph they really believe that there was this link between this this new burgeoning technology and how you're right..
"peter i" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Peter i shall never be another rebel on oh god okay now power who the ferry perry no come on them the yeah the the really more the new gama got mcdermott limped out of you bob.