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Fresh "Philip" from KYW 24 Hour News
"Are Philly T shirts. We've been doing basically up to 500 boxes per week. Distribution started about four months ago in the midst of the covert crisis, and Rob Wasserman says up until about a month ago, they had been giving out the boxes with the help of the city of Philip. Yeah, now that those distributions have ended their starting up again weekly to distribute them independently, So we have about 9000 boxes We've given out already Think about 4000 boxes. So we have a good way to go to council person. Alan Dom is helping Wasserman toe identify locations throughout the city for distribution. We had food and security in the city before Kobe, Kobe just compound the problem, and he stresses, the need is still there clearly employment starting to slowly come back. But you know when you're unemployed, it's an issue and Darcel deport who came to pick up a body. Here in north Philadelphia, says the issue of food insecurity in the city is not going away. This getting worse. Yes, weekly distribution locations will be announced on the We are Philly Instagram badass cousin, It's K Y. W News radio. A recall on hundreds of thousands of cars with backup cameras. Ford is recalling more than 700,000 vehicles in North America because the backup cameras can show distorted images or suddenly go dark. It covers most 2020 versions of the top selling vehicle in the country. Ford's F series trucks Included is that 2020 explorer Mustang Transit Expedition, Escape Ranger and edge as well as the Lincoln Nautilus and course air. A poor electrical connection is being blamed Dealers will replace the cameras at no cost beginning November 7th police Matteo CBS News, The company says they are not aware of any crashes or injuries related to the issue. Have jam traffic in both directions on I 95 because of construction traffic is next. Your high school who could take part in one of the most valuable programs in the nation for free they wanted. New studies offer students a chance to learn about journalism from our award winning team..
Washington DC - Man steals and crashes police car in Montgomery County
"A man stole a police car in Montgomery County yesterday but didn't get very far before crashing it. Washington Post says that a Maryland National Capital Park police officer was flagged down by a man complaining about chest pains around 3 30 yesterday afternoon at Georgia Avenue and Prince Philip, driving on Lee. You two were talking. And then the man just ran ran to to the the officer's officer's cruiser cruiser and and hopped hopped inside inside the the to to scuffle. scuffle. But But that that ended ended when when the the man man got got the the car car in in gear gear and and started started pulling pulling away. away. He He got got about about a a mile mile down down the the road road before before crashing crashing into a Montgomery County police car. That man was taken into custody and taken to the hospital so we could get both medical and psychological
Fresh update on "philip" discussed on John Howell
"And he certainly wasn't a prude debater last night, but he definitely wasn't senile. I still think one of the best descriptions of the 98 minutes slugfest that we all saw last night was actually Jake Tapper on CNN right afterwards. Ah, hot mess inside a dumpster fire inside a train wreck. Yeah. No, there were other. There were other descriptions that were on cable news that I think that the FCC is actually gonna charge some of those networks for airing there were some profanity. But look, you know, I watched the debate in full and then I turned around and started watching it again As I was preparing to write my own story. This was Like nothing we've seen in recent memory. This was completely different, and I hope for the sake of the country. I hope that you're wrong when you said that. You know, it's it's only going to continue and get worse. But I think that I think that's probably a safe that unfortunately I think, as quote Animal house for many years ago, no gentlemen, this is a new low a new low and it's here to stick. It's not going anywhere. Philip Legman. Thank you very much for your time to sit and we appreciate it, sir. Will read more real clear politics. Dotcom. Thank you were saying that Biden wanted to allow people that private insurance.
What's Your Story
"This is the Jaakko unraveling podcast episode nine with Daryl Cooper and me Jaakko, willink. So. Last time we were talking about. The stories that we tell ourselves and then how We get stories in groups in those start to expand in those start to unify people together. And it seems that we have an instinct towards. Some level of those. Stories unifying us to a point to where we start to drift into just straight tribalism. And then we actually use those stories and change those stories. As a tool to strengthen our tribes even more. And I know you had some some interesting stories, slash myths. That that that kind of represent that very well throughout history we've seen this it's it's it's tapping into. A basic. A basic way that our mind structures reality for us right I mean if you think about. How you teach. The youngest children something if you need to teach them something, you need him to tie their shoes right? How you GonNa do that through imitation you're gonNA show them do what I do. Right that's the same thing that like chimpanzees how they teach their children things. As they get a little bit older was the next way that you're going to teach them stuff probably maybe by like five six, seven years old you're GonNa Start Teaching them basic things about what a good person behaves like whatever you're GonNa do it through stories right? That's like the next level up. It's like later on down the road, you can start talking about kind of concepts right? You can start teaching them. Teaching somebody things in terms of you know instead of telling you a story about prince charming and this is how a man should treat a woman. You're going to learn through this story and internalized that maybe later on, we can say this is the essence of love and how love operates and Blah Blah Blah but stories narrative is how we how we structure reality and understand things and very, very profound way. Yeah. I've written a bunch of books. The two of the leadership books that I've written actually all three of the leadership books that have written are. Heavily based on stories stories from combat and then stories from the civilian sector. And and obviously people the feedback I get all the time and we have the principles written in there in extreme ownership in their leadership. We write the principal clearly in there. Hey, this is called covered move. This is what it means. But people never say Oh, thanks for spelling out the principal for me. They say Oh love the way you guys told the story in that I could see it. So yeah, this is not just something that we do for kids I mean the. With US sticks with US forever, and it's such a great way to to get your point across much more powerful way and for certain things, it's the only way. Right I. Mean. There's just like you're not gonNA tell somebody breakdown into philosophical concepts had a tie your shoes. You just got shown him and tell him i. do there are certain things that? You just have to use a story. That's the only thing that's really going to serve that purpose and elucidating the principles we are really doing there is saying, okay, you know all those stories this one, I just told you in the book. Yeah. But all those other ones you've always heard and there's that there's that thing that the leaders are doing something. This is what it is right and so you're drawing out that communality and those stories by stating the principles. interesting when you said. These you actually brought it up perfectly in my mind. When you said these stories, we tell ourselves can be unifying, and then that same story can become like a divisive type of tribalism right and it reminded me of this this book. call. It's book about the. Rwandan. Genocide by Philip Gourevich who also wrote a really powerful book on Abu Ghraib actually it's very, very You, know? Eric. Weinstein. Actually knows that guy believe he's married to a friend of their family and if at all possible I think it'd be a great guy for you to talk to certainly possible. Just incredibly, morally sensitive writer just a very, very interesting guy anyway, and so in this book about the Rwandan genocide, what's it called we wish to inform you that tomorrow will be killed with our families. I have that one I haven't done it yet. Man I I did Michetti season was kind of. All right. There's one there's one more maybe it's that one life life laid bare? Probably switching is by the same guy who wrote. Interviews the victims brutal. It's as brutal as you think. Yeah. and. So in this book, we wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families Goes through when it's just harrowing book as You can imagine at the end of it. He relates this story. That took place. As the genocide was winding down I believe in this girl's school in Rwanda. Some of the entire homeway militias were still running around the rebels had come back and we're pushing back against him, but this was still ongoing. And a bunch of them came into this girl school. And we're trying to figure out who are the Tuzi. So we can kill them all. And they were telling him you know who to girls on one side tootsie girls to the others and on the other side and either girl he's a grade school girls. They refuse to separate themselves out from the Tuzi girls in so that they could know who they were, and one of the girls said that there are no who Tuzi here. There are only Rwandans here. And a lot of them died they all the killed, all of them rather than kill none of them and eventually somebody came broke it up, but a lot of them died. And if you think of that like Whoa okay That's something that in a lot of context were told is a dirty word that's nationalism right I mean that's what it is. Nationalism in the United States is what got Irish people and Italian people in German people to say Oh Germany's attacking people in Europe. We gotta get together and go over there and stop them right. Very unifying thing. That same force is what got Germany to start the fight in the first place. And so identity is a very interesting thing because you go up above the blood level. And everything after the blood level is a story. That's what it is right and you need a story to keep it together. You look at a place like United States we need a story more than anybody.
Fresh update on "philip" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"I'm Rick Fantasize editing the news this afternoon. Jeremy Greater The Supreme Court nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg is meeting with senators for a second day Amy Cockney. Barrett spoke with Lindsey Graham about her upcoming Senate confirmation hearing. Graham said. It'll be challenging but fair and respectful. The Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office says searchers found a Vancouver teen who disappeared after going on a hike with family near Mount ST Helens, Anthony Mann Couso was discovered in a tree the team telling searchers that he lost his footing at the edge of a hilltop and fell down the hill. A presidential debate. Unlike any other we might remember. This is a transaction court is not going to give a little love ended this segment. We're gonna move on to the second segment that was really productive Segment one. Keep yapping that Philip Bump, was watching closely for the Washington Post and spoke with Como's Bill O'Neill. Philip. I've heard words such as Disappointment, Shock Horror discussed frustration from Republicans and Democrats alike were watching. How did we get here? Well, I think fundamentally, we got here because President Trump Sort of prize himself on breaking the norms and the expectations of what people see from the president from a political candidate. Uh, it seems pretty clear that he came into the debate with the strategy of trying to drown out both his opponent Joe Biden and the moderator, and I think that As a strategy that was effective. He was able to drown them out. I'm not sure it actually did him any good. Politically, however, Trump was trump to be sure you'd Biden did seem to take the bait a little bit. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I think that Biden over the course of the campaign has to some extent, tried to respond in kind to trump at time. I think that that is, in part, a response to Democrats eager to have someone engaged in a fight with President Trump. I think the former vice president tried to find a balance there. I'm not sure Whether or not it works, but it certainly was the case that between the two of them the criticisms that I've heard and pulling after the fact suggests that Trump came off looking worse in the eyes of yours, there's an almost universal throwing of hands in the air after what happened last night. There are very few undecideds out there, according to the polls. Is there any point in even having these two go at it again? There is a reason to do it, which is fundamentally that this is part of the process. And I think that giving up on the debate that sort of giving up on any semblance of the election as we might expect it and it also just some extent, I think President Trump. You have gotten away with breaking the rules that he himself had agreed to. I'm not sure there was a way to Monterey that debate effectively. I'm not sure there was a way to make it actually really debate about substance policy. But you know, I don't have to do it here. The idea that we should just therefore give up on debate. You know, I think it was instructive in some way, regardless of how difficult it might have been one of Christmases role here. Does he shoulder any blame for any of this? And what can the next moderator do to make this a little better? I think there's some faulty Chris Wallace. I mean, I think he was a little slow to recognize what was happening. And so President Trump was Was able to sort of get away with breaking the rules that he'd agreed to more than he was later in the debate. Is there a way to do this effectively? I don't know. I really don't. I mean, I think that Over time, The president will realize that this was not necessarily a particularly effective strategy that he really he really missed a chance to reshape the race. To some extent, so it's quite possible that he may moderate himself. But you know That's been something that's been dead for five years now and hasn't necessarily manifested. So we'll see. All of that said, Well, what happened last night put more of a spotlight on the vice presidential debate. Where it seems many people are hoping for a much more substantive discussion anyway. Yeah, I think I think it's almost certainly going to be the case that would be a much more normal style debate. Simply by virtue of the fact that both vice president Pence since in there Harris are fairly regular politicians. I think we can start expecting to see a debate of the sort that we're used to seeing. But, you know, vice presidential base are rarely the spotlight that marquee item from a campaign, you know, save some dramatic incident like in 1988. The Democratic vice presidential candidate has had a massive zinger against men who would become vice president. Barring that, you know, it just simply isn't the same level of steaks. So you know, even if it is a more normal debate, people tune in. It just isn't quite the same thing. That's national correspondent Philip Bump read more online in washingtonpost dot com. And that's come was Bill O'Neill Washington Congress Woman wants to know how we can close the so called digital divide. If we have no idea which communities enjoy broadband Internet service in which do not Fifth District Republican Cathy McMorris, Rodgers says the only broadband service map she's ever seen was wildly inaccurate. And Matt showed 100% of Spokane County covered you go 15 20 Miles out the spoken. They have no nothing. They do not have a wireless connection. They have broadband. They have nothing. McMorris Rodgers spoke to the Webcast Washingtonpost lives, saying the pandemic has made it even more urgent to connect the entire country to high speed..
Browns dealing with injury questions at tackle
"Us some news about steelers running back James Connor. Yoshimi sprained his ankle last night Laura now, Mike Tomlin said they're going to leave the white on them for this weekend. So they don't believe it's overly serious, but obviously couldn't finish last night's game in penny snow came and finishes the weeks second leading rusher play very well. Philip, he's got a case turf toe. He also didn't finish last night's game. The team is opening that it's mild. He's hoping that he'll be able to go. This week but PHILP Lindsey Nursing Turf Twenty three to Jerry painful for running backs a difficult injury, and of course, the bears right now are dealing with an unhappy Allen Robinson who today took off his social media pages all mentions of the bears he's unhappy with his contract situation. He's in the last year deal. He'd like a new contract and the fact that he is basically removing references to the bears on his social media platforms. An old trick also a new trick, but it also tells you a lot about players mindset, Alan Robinson not happy with the bears at this point in time.
109-year-old spent his final years knitting tiny sweaters for injured penguins
"Wanted to start today's conversation with a bit of a heartwarming story upward the DOT com and the title is one hundred and nine year olds spent his final years knitting tiny sweaters for injured penguins. And if this sounds like incredible and adorable, it is all of those things because it's exactly what it is A. Little sweaters knitted for penguins. On Tell you all about it at one hundred and nine years of age. This is a quote from the article. Alfred Alfie date had more than enough reasons to spend the remainder of his days living his most relaxed life guilt free however, date the oldest person in Australia at that point in time was in two, thousand, six, fifteen, sixteen I believe he chose to use his free time putting out some good into this world and he found the most doral to do so putting his generous and still nimble fingers to good use. The centenarian volunteered to use his knitting skills to help protect little penguins exposed to oil spills which prevent them from staying dry. So he actually had been knitting since nineteen, thirty two. And he says the article he says I think I'd been in here at the retirement home for about twelve hours might have been thirteen before two of the nurses came to me and said, we believe you can it and then they asked him to start knitting sweaters for these penguins. And, it's for this program called knits for nature which helps Rehabilitate Ping. Wins who've been exposed to oil spills and basically the knitted sweaters keep the pink from. Their beak from like being able to like lick or like get their hands on these covered feathers because obviously ingesting that oil would be deadly. Oil also damages their feathers and it makes them more susceptible to colds. Nets for nature is an initiative of the Philip Islands Penguin Foundation which raises money to protect and support Philip Islands wildlife and according to the website. The last major oil spill near Phillip Island was actually in two thousand one, four, hundred, thirty, eight penguins were affected ninety six percent were saved. Thanks to these jumpers. Sweaters are known like England Indiana Australia. So he was knitting sweaters for them up until his death at the age of one, hundred and ten in two thousand sixteen website has a special place dedicated to him. I just thought this was a nice and uplifting way to start this week's conversation. If you WANNA learn more you can go to Penguin Foundation Org dot a U and you can even when you go there you can download your own rehabilitation jumper pattern and start knitting yourself
interview with Dr Mike Schneider
"Dr Schneider. Thank you for taking time to talk to Pittsburgh Philip PG and moving to live. Sure my pleasure. Guess the first question I. Want to ask because I was I made aware of you because I'm also guilty of these silo knowledge is. You see somebody in the elevator, what's your thirty second elevator Spiel of who are you or what you do Yes. So my elevators. I am a chiropractor by training working in a physical therapy department doing back pain research on a full-time basis. And I know I wanNA touch briefly on how one goes from a career as a chiropractor seeing patients which I know you did for many years we won't say many many years and then you did Not, really a complete one eighty, but a big shift and decided to get a PhD. Briefly. How to do or why did you decide to go into chiropractic medicine and then what was the decision to kind of go and get some additional education and go from primarily patient care to doing research? Sure and I did do kind of a one eighty mid career so. Beginning back to why they go into Chiropractic it's interesting. Her somebody saves me once before we choose our career pass when we're basically teenagers. Right, so I'm. I'm doing Undergrad, studies I went to. University of New York at Binghamton, as a biology major, and I wanted to go into some kind of healthcare profession and. I you know I was was intrigued by sort of the the alternative fields to medicine. I didn't want to go to medical school I wanted to do something else carpet just appealed to me was something different. Alternative. Kind of A. Mainstream alternative and not completely alternative medicine field. So I chose Chiropractic as as my profession being young and. Naive I guess. And I know prior prior to moving to Pittsburgh and becoming acquainted with the number of chiropractors. My thought of Chiropractors were they were somebody that you went to a couple of times a week for basically I'm saying this an air quotes back cracks and I've learned over the past seven or eight years that there's really. Two directions, the chiropractors go there's those that do that. They want to get people in maybe on a subscription basis where they come in multiple times a week, and then there's others that I've been fortunate to meet where they work in a manner that's very similar to the way physiotherapists work in other countries or physical therapists work. Which Direction when you started out in your career path where you or was it entirely different when you started out as far as the directions, the chiropractors tended to go. Well I'm not embarrassed to tell you to my agent I've been practice I graduated from chiropractic school in Nineteen Eighty two. So many many years ago well over thirty years ago. And at that time, chiropractic. Had Not quite evolved to where it is now but over the years since that time we started seeing, I think the boundaries between physical therapy and carpet professions getting blurred and what I mean by that it's probably in the late ninety s crate Lebron Sin The chiropractor from Los. Angeles started bringing his rehabilitation model to car practic. So prior to that most banks just doing the manual. As you call back cracking techniques and then start blending rehabilitation techniques at the same time the physical therapy sessions going the other direction where they mainly just prescribing exercise not putting your hands on people as much and there was an interest in the PT profession and the eighties and nineties start introducing more manual techniques. So I think we're seeing you know blurring of the lines now as evidenced by me a chiropractor working in a physical therapy department. And what was the impetus after working as a chiropractor to as you said, do a career one eighty, get a PhD in rehabilitative sciences and become more heavily researcher. Yes. So even when when I was in clinical practice all those years and I practice over twenty five years before he decided to get a PhD which is very unusual thing I'm finding out that's not typical path. But all those years in practice it always kind of bothered me I was helping people but I was realizing in a sense we're experimenting on patients doing things that I would learn at conferences or at reading books. Would do them my patients. I felt part of me felt badly about that like I. Don't know for sure that this works I. Think it does. And so even when I practice I was publishing papers and trying to get involved research. It seemed like I always was being pulled in that direction. So. Quite frankly was his family events change. I have two kids when I started getting sat empty nest part of life. So we're really what do I to do now right I got my kids through. High School and they're often going into college. I'm going to go back myself.
Black Gun Ownership Rises Amid Pandemic, Protests For Racial Justice
"A record number of Americans have purchased guns this year including Black Americans from K. N. UNC in northern Colorado Lee. Patterson reports that incidents of violence against people of color have pushed some to purchase guns for the very first time and warning to our listeners. There are sounds of gunfire in this story. What type of gun is? So this is a Smith and Wesson nine millimeter shield cat trailer bought her handgun this past spring these as she practices at an indoor range with her husband like it's no big deal. But talking through her mask trailer describes how she felt the first time she pulled the trigger is beyond terrified shaking. Hands were sweaty. Trailer is a democratic political consultant who lives in Colorado. At first, she was nervous cleaning and shooting her new gun. And she had a bad experience, the first range she went to she says people were staring she felt unwelcome. Still regardless of the anxiety I had around. All those things. I got into this because I feel like it was necessarily trailer I started thinking about buying a gun when she saw empty grocery store shelves at the beginning of the pandemic. Then she watched racial justice protests unfold across the country. She started thinking about pushback from people who disagree with those efforts if it looks like communities, of Color and people that support communities of color are rising up against white supremacy that could be a problem for us is. It's probably time probably time for them to buy guns a thought that many other Americans have also had in. August. Alone people bought one point eight million firearms according to industry estimates a trade group called the National Shooting Sports Foundation reports the gun sales to customers have grown more percentage wise than for any other racial or ethnic group. With. Her New gun trailer wants to feel like she has a chance during a home invasion or an encounter with police. What we as the family had to determine is, how do we WANNA die? Instead of look at it that way. DO WE WANNA die not being prepared or at least trying to protect ourselves. That's how you weigh that as part of becoming a new gun owner trailer joined the National African American Gun Association Philip Smith is the founder nationally across the board from all over every state. We have people joining all times a day night. You know I I thought something was wrong with computer. Smith was watching membership numbers rise after the death of George Floyd may but black people have been using guns for hunting and protection for a long time historian say that Harriet Tubman carried firearms so did the Black Panthers in the nineteen sixties these days according to a Gallup poll released last year nineteen percent of black people own guns. Smith says his members are not monolithic. Some women join because they've been sexually assaulted some women join because they wanNA teach you some men join because they want to just get really good at self defense people are joining now for different. Reasons some want to support the National African American Gun Association Financially Smith says for others it's more spiritual I. Think people were looking for a home a place where you can kind of event you can belong where you felt your mind having a relief of some sort Bruce Tomlin a truck driver who lives in New Mexico describes his decision to buy a gun response to stress. I'll just say amounting society He felt that way after watching cellphone video showing the death of Ahmad arbitrary a black man who was shot while jogging through neighborhood in Georgia earlier this year don't. Go around arm the rest of my life. That's because he's been feeling under attack for years after the two thousand, twelve killings of Trayvon Martin, for example, and after the mass shooting at a black church in Charleston in two thousand, fifteen by a white supremacist goes like I can just be mine them all business. And if somebody who's a racist, just decide to roll up on me gun meet down. As is decided that like if I go out I'M GONNA go out shooting back. But now that he's an actual gun owner, it's not so straightforward day to day of feel like I can defend myself better defend my loved ones. But I usually get comfortable having it sometime he does not want to kill or injure anyone open carry makes them nervous I would never take my gone to the grocery store and carry around inside or anything like that. But on the other hand I could be in a situation where needed still out in the car or whatever I just like knowing that I have it gun ownership is complicated for Tomlin especially because he's black if he was stopped by police says, he probably wouldn't tell them that he had a gun. And catch trailer says the same thing giving the example of philander casteel he was shot during a traffic stop for years ago in Minnesota after telling an officer that he had a firearm, his car casteel did have a permit to carry it. Cat Trailer believes that gun cost him his life we're not given a fair shake when these conversations are happening automatically worsen tensions are assumed just because we're black, we're gun owners for both of these new black gun owners. It's an identity that comes with risks, but does make them feel safer for
interview With Roger Glover Of Deep Purple
"I had a chance to spend some time with his Band on the road throughout Mexico we had some great journeys. We had a great lunch legendary ban that is on a long goodbye tour that apparently is getting longer because they've just released a great new album called whoosh here is Roger Glover of Deep Purple Raj. How are you my friend? I'm great I'm great. You remember that luxury. Well, we we. I don't remember what city it was in but we stumbled upon some some spot and remember the band playing and we had a couple of drinks. It was a wonderful afternoon. That's right. There were more in the band we're eating in the restaurant. That's really true. We have a great photo of that somewhere. But anyway have you been Roger I mean it's It's crazy times in the world and deep purple is such a global touring band. It must be quite strange for you'd have to be sort of tethered down right now. a very strange Initially the longest time I've ever had. Is Our full. Stop. Jane. Cooking cleaning. Gardening. Well. You've got a young one you gotta young onto don't you? Too Young well, eleven and nine that's pretty young. That's a that's a that's younger than mine. So I know what it's like it's it's a lot of work. On, my older one is came over for a couple of weeks. She shot forty now and married and my two grandkids. FOR THE MOA It's been a hectic hectic time I. Keep Thinking this a rehearsal took permanent retirement. But I you know I don't want that to happen. So we live in hope. we recorded this album nausea year and so. The original release date was June sometime to go put back to August. Having sitting on a new album beside long without getting released. He's like old hat to us now and yet everyone tearing it for the first time. Yeah. I was GonNa ask you used to that I was GonNa ask you about the time line on it because if I'm not mistaken when we were traveling together and we did run through Mexico together, I remember some rumblings at that time from some of the guys in the band about the idea of. Doing a new record. So at that point, it was still in the talking stages I think and then I'm assuming you wrapped up touring everybody said Yeah let's go for it and you once again connect with the Bob with Bob. Ezra talk about the timeline and and given that you guys are short of winding down. was there differences in the band as to whether you should do new record or not? No. No wasn't actually it was. Quite organic. We'll wanted to do it. I think the thing is since probe. we've done three albums with him now and there's I think there's a feeling that our age seventy S. This is the Korea and we we've got three Amazing albums. showed a sort of a late flowering of abandoned Korea if you like. Very happy about that what what is it? What is it about the connection with the Bantu Baba's your and you know I've talked Alice Cooper about this and he's got a long history with them and a few other artists and I've actually talked to Bob and interviewed him a timer to what what is it for you? What is it about the purple guys that he's brought out of you guys that you feel so comfortable and wanting to be creative with him. And Klay in Toronto. Eight nine years ago. We didn't meet him that night, but the next day we had. A breakfast meeting with him. And he said some great things. He said he really loved musicianship in Swanton Ahe of the band. And He said. Should forget trying to you know, right. Songs to get you know. Parades forget sixty s just be yourself some stretch out. Not Keywords because we started writing. whatever immagination took us. and. I think we had a whole news of the writing experience lost three albums of Philip songs we could never written. Back in the seventies. So the the nineties so so You know. S Precious that connection. We get along with them really well, he looks very efficiently in the studio he encourages. Spontaneity. Encourages. freshness of all recording at the same time, we will go in the studio at the same dominant record the. We don't allow things on you know.
Ex-Dallas Cop Admits Surfing Child Porn On Police Computers
"Cop has pleaded guilty to using the city's Internet site to download child pornography. Care all these healthy, Philip says he could go to prison for a very long time. At the time, he downloaded the child porn, including sadistic images of very young Children. 35 year old Daniel Collins was a senior corporal. Now he has resigned and faces a possible 20 year federal prison term. Collins has pleaded guilty to getting and passing along the disturbing pictures. He was caught when someone at Google Red flag images downloaded in May in June and notified authorities. Collins was on the city's Internet site when he served the porn. He will be sentenced in January. LP.
The inside story of college football's wildest week ever
"College football conferences in the country have postponed their upcoming fall seasons. The Big 10 which includes powerhouses Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State, along with a pack 12 with the likes of USC, and Lay won't be hitting the gridiron at all in coming months. A veces Eric Mollo has more on the loss of football what it means for college towns and how this season could have a devastating impact on those towns. Thiss Week officials and five of the nation's biggest college football conference is known as the Power five made their decisions and for many of those major college football programs. There won't be any football come the fall Big 10 and Pac 12 have postponed their football season's and several other college sports were also postponed. Officials cited health concerns specifically, the long term effects Cove in 19 could have on the hearts of young athletes. Head coaches expressed their disappointment. Think our players This is what they live for. And when you play football to such a small window, so it's very disappointed, very emotional, and they hoped there might even be a chance to play in the spring. Others in the power five conferences took a different approach the A C C, which includes powerhouse programs like Clemson in Florida State, along with the S E C with Ellis you in Alabama. Indicated they're staying The course for now, and the Big 12 is going to give it a go. They released a revised schedule this week. It's a historic and unprecedented decision. The Big 10 has not Mr season since it was created in 18 96 playing through the Spanish flu pandemic and two world wars. The absence of college football this year also portends a major economic fallout. According to ESPN, canceling an entire college football season for power. Five schools could result in each school, seeing an average loss of $62 million. Football revenue alone and canceling an entire college football season for power. Five schools could result in billions of dollars of revenue lost those estimates Conservative. They exclude potential losses in corporate partnerships and media revenue for local communities such as Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama, whose names are synonymous with the universities and college football programs They host The economic impact could be devastating. There is really nothing like Columbus on a false Saturday, but it just goes to show you the severity of this pandemic. City Council member Emanuel Rimi is the chair of economic development in Columbus, Ohio, home to the Ohio State Buckeyes. He's concerned for local businesses in the region. Power Five programs like the Buckeyes could collectively lose $303 million in revenue on Game day spending, according to ESPN. That has ramifications for the local economy. It's devastating to those campus bars and restaurants and retailers that rely on game day. Revenue from some estimates that up to 50% of their annual revenues come from game days anywhere, you might go after a game wraps up to shop and hang out. Might not survive. I think it would be unrealistic not to think that there could be closures as a result of missing out on the season. Dante Lucas, he helps to run one of those local businesses. He's the director of operations at Champs Sports Grill, a bar and eatery in State College, Pennsylvania. Home of the Big 10 school. Penn State. We really based our year upon probably about 10 weekends. Seven of them are football weekends in the fall when the football weekend in this spring So taking that away from us really, really, really hurts us chance is one of those local bars trying to survive the pandemic in the postponement of the fall football season marks just another financial blow. We weren't surprised. But it doesn't mean we're any less devastated. I just think it's been exaggerated and ATT. Least in our case. Ronald Philip Ellie is state colleges. Mayor, he says Penn State football brings in huge revenue for the town believes with a limited fan base and student body this fall Covert 19 It's still the town's biggest problem was my assumption, and I think the assumption of many others They would play without fans. The fans aren't here. They're the ones who patronize the local businesses. The issue of whether or not you play in my mind doesn't really mean that there's going to be a different economic impact. Think about the impact on municipalities like State College. We've lost a tremendous amount of money as a result of the Pan Derek For example, our parking revenues of dharam practically a $1,000,000 Sure for State college. They're hoping a Corona virus relief bill can help them get through this fall in that there's money for municipalities like us. Help us cover the costs of the pandemic. We need that money for these local towns of fall without college football is unprecedented and economically devastating, but their top priorities like that of every other town in America. Getting the fire is under control. But we can hope for us people follow health guidelines. And let's get this thing over with her back to reality and some sort of normalcy and 2021 not every business is likely to survive the cancellation of the fall season. These college sports town's air, hoping inventing together to fight the corona virus that many will be ableto weather the storm and survive until football comes back within six months to a year's time and stayed will bounce back. Stay college will bounce back champs will bounce back Reporting for perspective. I'm Eric Mollo, ABC News
The inside story of college football's wildest week ever
"College football conferences in the country have postponed their upcoming fall seasons. The Big 10 which includes powerhouses Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State. Along with a pack 12 with the likes of USC and won't be hitting the gridiron at all in coming months. Agencies Eric Mollo has more on the loss of football what it means for college towns. And how this season could have a devastating impact on those towns. Thiss Week officials and five of the nation's biggest college football conference is known as the Power five made their decisions and for many of those major college football programs. There won't be any football come the fall Big 10 and Pac 12 have postponed their football season's and several other college sports were also postponed. Officials cited health concerns specifically, the long term effects Cove in 19 could have on the hearts of young athletes. Head coaches expressed their disappointment. Think our players This is what they live for. And when you play football to such a small window, so it's very disappointed, very emotional, and they hoped there might even be a chance to play in the spring. Others in the power five conferences took a different approach the A C C, which includes powerhouse programs like Clemson in Florida State, along with the S E C with Ellis you in Alabama. Indicated they're staying The course for now, and the Big 12 is going to give it a go. They released the revised schedule this week. It's a historic and unprecedented decision. The Big 10 has not Mr season since it was created in 18 96 playing through the Spanish flu pandemic and two world wars. The absence of college football this year also portends a major economic fallout. According to ESPN, canceling an entire college football season for power. Five schools could result in each school, seeing an average loss of $62 million. Football revenue alone and canceling an entire college football season for power. Five schools could result in billions of dollars of revenue lost those estimates Conservative. They exclude potential losses in corporate partnerships and media revenue for local communities such as Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama, whose names are synonymous with the universities and college football programs They host The economic impact could be devastating. There is really nothing like Columbus ofall Saturday, but it just goes to show you the severity of this pandemic. City Council member Emanuel Rimi is the chair of economic development in Columbus, Ohio, home to the Ohio State Buckeyes. He's concerned for local businesses in the region. Power Five programs like the Buckeyes could collectively lose $303 million in revenue on Game day spending, according to ESPN. And that has ramifications for the local economy. It's devastating to those campus bars and restaurants and retailers that rely on game day. Revenue from some estimate that up to 50% of their annual revenues come from game days anywhere, you might go after a game wraps up to shop and hang out. Might not survive. I think it would be unrealistic not to think that there could be closures as a result of missing out on the season. Dante Lucas, he helps to run one of those local businesses. He's the director of operations at Champs Sports Grill, a bar and eatery and State College, Pennsylvania. Home of the Big 10 school. Penn State. We really base Ah, year upon probably about 10 weekends. Seven of them are football weekends in the fall. Everyone's a football weekend in spring. So taking that away from us really, really, really hurts us chance is one of those local bars trying to survive the pandemic and the postponement of the fall football season marks just another financial blow. We weren't surprised. But it doesn't mean we're any less devastated. I just think it's been exaggerated and ATT. Least in our case. Ronald Philip Ellie is state colleges mayor, He says Penn State football brings in huge revenue for the town but believes with a limited fan base and student body this fall Covert 19 It's still the town's biggest problem was my assumption, and I think I'm sure, many others. They would play without fans. The fans aren't here. They're the ones who patronize the local businesses. The issue of whether or not you play in my mind doesn't really mean that there's going to be a different economic impact. Think about the impact on municipalities like State College. We've lost a tremendous amount of money as a result of the Pan Derek For example, our parking revenues of Dharam practically a $1,000,000 Sure, State college. They're hoping a Corona virus relief bill can help them get through this fall in that there's money for municipalities like us. Help us cover the costs of the pandemic. We need that money for these local towns of fall without college football is unprecedented and economically devastating, but their top priority is like that of every other town in America. Getting the fire is under control. We can hope for is people follow health guidelines. And let's get this thing over with him back to reality and some sort of normalcy and 2021. Not every business is likely to survive the cancellation of the fall season. But these college sports town's air hoping and banding together to fight the Corona virus that many will be ableto weather the storm and survive until football comes back within six months to a year's time and stayed will bounce back Stay. College will bounce back chance will bounce back reporting for
UK marks 75th anniversary of Victory over Japan Day
"The 75th anniversary of the defeat of Japan during World War two with Queen Elizabeth, the second and her husband, Prince Philip, leading tributes to those who fought during the six year campaign. In a special message on victory over Japan Day, the Queen and Philip offered their grateful thanks to those involved in a campaign that has been widely overlooked in the decades since. War cost the lives of some 50,000 British and Commonwealth troops, nearly half of whom perished in brutal prison camps. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Prince Charles and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, spoke with veterans during a commemoration at the National Memorial Arboretum. In central England.
Brazil's Environmentalists Worry Fire Season Will Worsen Amazon's Deforestation
"A year ago, there was an international outcry over his surge in the number of fires in the Brazilian Amazon. Now, as fire season gets underway there, the rainforest is facing the threat of even more destruction in the first ten days of this month more than ten thousand fires were detected NPR's Philip. Reeve says that number's up from last year? Fosse's in the Amazon is off to a terrible start. Brazil's environmentalists worried it's president is not thoroughfares starting. Yard Four. Judah. Story that Amazon is going up in flames is alive says Boston. We must combat this with true numbers. He says, the numbers that Boston auto dismisses the Lai come from satellite data collected by Brazil's space research agency. These show fires in the first ten days of this month are up on the same time last year by seventeen percent. There's also plenty of evidence on the ground them European neo a scenario. Dave. Dave still being. Bunch English Niche Flavio Terracini lives in Porta value a city in the Amazon state of from Bonia he teaches biology local university Tennessee on his porch when NPR reaches him by WHATSAPP, all signal and the key advice you fall off came on the forest, the Muslim. He says, he's holding pieces of burned leaves in his hand drifted in from the forest. He can see a lot of smoke on the horizon. He says, it's making the some red here in on a pool. There are fires all around us ash is falling in our homes or Richard Doug, every year Jane Dwyer is an American born Catholic nun who's taken Brazilian nationality. On Apu is a small town in the forest by a river that eventually flows into the Amazon. She's been there for decades helping impoverished farmers protect their land rights. Sister Dwyer says, the fires there haven't yet reached frightening levels but what is frightening is that the forest is coming now she's talking about illegal loggers even pandemic that cutting down trees dwyer says, she can hear them. We can hear it. We live where where the road is they take down in during the day and at night, the trucks are going every single night last August was the worst month for five is in the Brazilian Amazon in nearly a decade. Many of these are deliberately set by farmers clearing already deforested land for cattle. Deforestation rose in the twelve months to July third on the year before. So this Moorland to burn. International pressure on both NATO is growing foreign investors a threatening to pull funds from Brazil unless he does a far better job of protecting the forest most scenario is defending his government's performance Nasi you. And? We're doing a tremendous amount. He says. He punched to the fact that deforestation dipped for the month of July in May Boston narrow sent thousands of troops to the forest to help police it. It's too soon to save. That's making a difference since taking office Bolsonaro has weakened government environmental protection agencies. And the Alan Carr of the Amazon Environmental Research Institute believes the army lacks the expertise to protect the Amazon. We have institutions that have been dealing with the have a strategy to that. So when you give that job to another institution, it seems like it has to start everything again with the willed focused on the corona virus pandemic environmentalists fair the destruction in the Amazon won't get the attention. It deserves sister Jane thinks in her part of the forest this year it'll be even worse areas where there's more far coming down this year than last. So the fires will be worse put breeze NPR news reddish
SRM The Talk Of Crypto
"Talk of the town at the moment crypto anyway has certainly been the FT xt five project listed cold serum s. e, U. M. S. Ram on the Tonkin listening and Yet listed in its sitting a dollar forty five at the moment it listed at fourteen cents. Can you believe it now did shoot up pretty damn quick. So yet be join the spot to get your order Philip Fourteen cents but that's a straight up Tannock's wrought. They're so good money was might have not by many that will working on that it was a light not eleven thirty PM and their Todd. Dip I'm togs look fivethirtyeight Duma walk but I feel Good money was mine. and. That's what we do. We make money we focus on what we know and we stick to it and we tried and we do. Well, that's the goal anyway, and of course, the rest of the market while we saw a bit of a sad sack face on the old bitcoin loss, not of course, before we get to Bitcoin on one of the touch on a gold and the reason wanted to touch on gulled. Is quite simply because it kind of a very large amount lost not. You know we fell five point six percent on goal and Bitcoin felt the same time. Now, what does that mean like correlation was a don't really know we did see the the Dow come off a little bit. It's a tiny bit the S. and P. as well. Two things I'm just looking to save as any correlation. In, and around they silver also came off i. a staggering fourteen percent is right there in the criminals are now it's a, it's a pullback resigns. So we'll. We say bitcoin bounce. Let's have a look at it and I'll tell you what I'm saying. Because Yeah. We currently down four point, seven percent on Bitcoin. Now, we still well and truly in the cradles this is my major issues. We've had a very strong Ron bitcoin still sitting above eleven thousand for that. Ungrateful. Was Sitting at eleven thousand, three, hundred, fifty, two dollars I said wrought. Now we've got the clothes coming up in about an hour or so. From. When you got a hold of this first up in the morning, if that's you and you know it's it's it could be an opportunity on whiting to say what Bitcoin does not looking for any trades on bitcoin right now but it is certainly has had that little little pullback a theory of down now five percent three, hundred, seventy, six dollars, and twenty seven cents guy that consolidation continues as does very similarly to Bitcoin we are in and around that cradle four hundred also k. mock on theory at the mine off the white and say what goes on once again on not really. Looking for any particular trades road now I'm more sort of looking at it. From the point of we're to break down sort this consolidation and we're gonNA break up
What's In A Scientific Name
"From loon example of a trial by in Hunan China called Hans Solo to a butterfly Pea flour reminiscent of Georgia. Oh painting called Couture Couturier Turn Tia. The naming of species offers almost as much in the way of entertainment as it does scientific classification. The official rules for naming species set down by the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature are surprisingly simple. The name must be spelled with the Latin alphabet and must not be overtly offensive and that's pretty much it. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Most of US know that the animals we call by single name such as a horse actually had a two part name in that case equis Columbus. In contrast to astronomical bodies like stars, Asteroids and planets which are under strict naming conventions overseen by committees, there's almost unfettered freedom it comes to zoological nomenclature. The name can even be on sense string of arbitrary letters. While there is a wealth of name fascination to report on from plants to drugs to telescopes. Ourselves today to the Animal Kingdom. For as long as we have had records and probably longer mankind has sought to classify the world around us in an effort to begin to understand it. This is called taxonomy the study of the general principles of scientific classification from the Greek words for order or arrangement and science. Three centuries before the common era aristotle grouped animals I by similarities like where they lived and then hierarchically with humans naturally at the top. Not, every animal fit well into this system though ducks posed a particular problem as they had the bothersome habit of living on water on land and spending time in the air. It would be eighteen hundred years before another natural philosopher as scientists were called, then would try their hand such as Andrei sessile, Pino Italian physician, and botanist who sorted plants by the structure of their fruits and seeds. The first scientist to use a binomial or to name system that we would recognize was Swiss botanist guest sparred Boeing. Some six thousand plants by genus and species in sixteen, twenty three. There were several inconsistent and sometimes conflicting systems of classification already in use when Carolina's wrote his. SYSTEMA naturally in seventeen, thirty five. Laying down the system we use to this day. Lena's was first taxonomic east to list humans as a primate, but he also originally classified whales as. All living things were sorted into them, Feilim class order, family, genus, and species. Many of US memorized that in middle school by way of a new monarch like King Philip came over from great Spain. Housecat for example, is kingdom and Amelia filed them cor data meaning it has spinal cord. Class Mammalia order can Adora family feel a day genus fearless and species cactus. A lion diverges at the genus Pan Terra, which awesomely means reaper of all and species. Leo. So the scientific name for Lion Is Penn Tara Leo. This system can be visualized as an enormous branching tree with its trunk, very broad and its branches increasingly specific. We. Still name some animals in accordance with their appearance with a little poetic license thrown in for good measure. The tiniest and most pastelle of the armored mammals was christened the pink fairy armadillo. A. Hand Size Lizard with a gift from a meese camouflage was given the fairly metal moniker satanic leaf tailed Gecko. It's actual religious beliefs remain a mystery. As advertised, the star nosed mole has a burst of delicate sensory tendrils on the tip of its snout. Also, sacks myuka Flores is an unappealing worm who lives off the bones of dead whales which would explain its name bone eating snot flower. A bacterium that was taken to the International Space Station, and exposed to cosmic radiation earned the Latin moniker for traveler of the void. China boasts a salamander species that can grow to a whopping one point. Eight meters were nearly six feet long. It goes by the name. Hell Bender and this reporter for one will not argue with it.
Interview With Phillip Picardi
"So I, always folks introduce themselves We went yourself. Sure. My name is Philip Cardi I am a journalist. I was formerly the Editor in Chief of out magazine also that you've content officer of Teen Vogue and better now, I would more call myself the host of an holier than thou which is a new podcast from crooked media more accurately I am a work in progress. Yeah. You know I feel. So we don't know each other but I have been watching your. Rise or move further visibility over the last couple of years and It's just very impressive what you have been up to First of all, just as a stranger sometimes I I don't know sometimes in my own experience with work I don't know. If how things seem from the outside, but it seems that you're really Finding, some space for yourself how does it feel to you? That's a great question and first of all, thank you. I mean I feel similarly about you. It has been really nice to watch and observe, and also just hear people talk about you and speak. So highly of you. So I hope that you carry those folks with you when when you're conducting yourself because it's a, it's a really wonderful thing. Always to hear good things about good people. Guys that basically makes me burst into tears put. You know what? It's an interesting time. Of Reflection for me for sure and certainly, let you mentioned my moves towards visibility You know in a previous version of the life that I'm leading I was very hungry for visibility. I was very hungry for success and I was working in a corporation called Canasta Publishing House that valued people who were very hungry for those things. And Ultimately Cameron you know if I'm being really freak Franken I and I did I have written just a bit about this for it in different places but that search and that desire for success ultimately left me feeling quite empty-handed and empty inside really, and so this part of of my journey you know unemployment I was laid off in December from out magazine after the company faced a series of financial difficulties and rather Let's call them interesting business practices and an interesting ownership structure. And I realized that getting let go was the best thing that ever happened to me and so I have kind of been living that this portion of my life for the past seven months or so it has been earmarked by a move to los. Angeles, in the midst of a global pandemic. my fiance sorry. is a an emergency medicine doctor. So he flattened the curve out New York. He was working in Queens buttoning the curve. Wow. He helped to flat curve in New York and then we arrived in l. a. and then a week after we settled here it was basically announced that we would have to be going through some very similar measures all over again, that case rates were rising that hospital occupancy was nearing its like its peak. In. So yes. So it's definitely just been an interesting world wind of a of a year but a good time I think to be at home thinking about stuff just like you know that Kylie Jenner quote this is just like the year of realizing stuff so. Kind of where I am. I mean, I'm glad that that's how it feels to you that it's a good year of realizing stuff I for myself Actually no I have I have had a lot of space and expansion. This is the longest I have been. Not Performing for live audience. In. Pretty for this number. Twenty years. It's also the longest I have spent in a single place in at least ten. and so. I feel like I'm having like this sort of restlessness anxiety and. Of. Realize how much the constantly interacting with people through live performance affected how much I feel connected to the world but like social media does not make me feel connected to the world. Turns out. Even. Though it's like how I even though that's how I. Feel. I. Know a little bit about you. It doesn't make me if sometimes can make me feel connected to individuals but does not make me feel in the middle of a community. He's like what I'm really missing is the feeling of community because I think I can see what individuals are saying about like. Taylor swift's new album or the black lives matter movement or literally any topic but I can't i. don't feel like I can get myself in the middle of the pack. As really affecting me emotionally yeah. I mean I deeply relate to that. It is really hard to be isolated and it also made me realize how much I was craving. Platonic intimacy I. I lived through this pandemic with the partner. Obviously, he was working, but we got a lot closer and more honest with each other. Then really we ever have before in a way if really strengthened our our relationship and our bond and I'm grateful for that similarly though I spend three hours a day on the phone with my friends and. I didn't talk to my friends that much before the pandemic kit, but this need and this constant desire to be interacting with people and for closeness. I don't know I feel like that has been an important symbol to me of what I want my life and my networks to look like after after hopefully, we get to to resume being with people and being in community.
Time captured in a capsule
"Welcome to catch Miss Mysteries I'm your host kid crumb today despite the fact that we have so many things going on with the corona virus, the economy just around the world kind of an upheaval I thought it would be interesting to look back at how people thought. This might look at long ago and will address time capsules according to the International Time Capsule Society Around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide a time capsule could be a box, a bottle, literally a metal capsule, as often as time capsules contain letters and newspaper. Clippings about significant events, they also may contain letters and pictures created by children. Often school will bury a time capsule students ideas about what the future will be like some time capsules are meant to be opened fifty years but most have notes on the outside of the container asking that adopt be opened until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United. States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making the oldest known time capsule in the United. States. Time capsules have been discovered, but most have been purposefully dug up and open to time capsules out of Japan contain remnants survivors many time capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they were buried in an area of Germany where German SS were trained time capsules beneath the floor refilled with Nazi Paraphernalia, including pictures of Hitler and two copies of his book Mein Kampf. Then there was a surprise time capsule discovered in plain sight at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in. The lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake, they discovered that it was possible time capsule from nineteen, thirty four but someone else have discovered earlier and left a note that stated simply thanks for the brandy note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle many schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea that in fifty years, most of the children are still in the area would appreciate the contents when the capsule was open fifty years later in the nineteen fifties, most children wrote about flying. And rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letters are about pollution becoming president demolition crews Albuquerque New Mexico, discovered a time capsule from Nineteen Sixty eight nearer former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV show but Greg Lee young men left a different kind of note, I'm dead. I. Go to Montgomery School that is the old school name I was born nineteen hundred you auto and I'm reading this directly. That's why it sounds kind of funny auto now no, I'm dead my favorite subject is spooking the police I play the guitar case you don't know what it is. It is supported with strings on him I am ten years old seal later savages. Greg Hat Morbid nature the most unusual time capsule. Now, certainly concerned a prophecy came true the capsule was a metal ammo box pulled from the foundation of a building all it was left of burned out logs ghost town of climax located in the southern Cascade Mountain range the child's printing dated nineteen forty eight described a town on British Columbia's North Coast that would boom in nineteen seventy nine with over a thousand residents but would become completely deserted by nineteen eighty two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern. As any community of that decade he ended with a comment that even after the town was completely deserted, it would still have electricity for thirty years underneath the date you printed his his name Philip Simon follow by grade three, Mrs Sims class for decades. The notes from the time capsule found climax collected dust in a police archive. The department hired a new officer who was given the assignment cleaning out the back room including the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule, he page through them until he came to fill. The officer had grown up in Khazal. And had vivid memories of his family moving out of the town in nineteen eighty search on the station's computer revealed that indeed Kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two yet retained power lines for thirty years when officers searched the Internet for the author Philip Simon was not to be found nor could he locate any school in the area that was around in nineteen forty eight with a teacher with the last name of Sims.
Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse
"And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. Start off where everything starts off with. Let's introduce ourselves. Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. Go ahead. Base I was more comfortable from the time. I was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh tweets, their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. That's disgusting. But it was amazing. On wore I play drums as teenagers. We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. You know I mean maybe we can do that. By Play Guitar. Let's say you had. School. In one hand and. Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. Boy Do you think would happen. There'd be less school-going. Joe I buy another talk. I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, and I just wanted to make wild noise. Or. Unveil. muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. So this is what I thought. Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. What an unusual environment this what? We're here sort of to talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. Any. Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. While sometimes, that's effective. I don't know. Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. York. City. Most of them are still in high school, a couple of recently graduated. They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. How do they make that happen? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. Reading. Rock magazines. They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. One day in bills living room they decide. Why not? Let's form one. Just. kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. Okay. You play Bass and I said, okay. Then lawyer said well, I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. And with David I both being gay and Philip, and then later Joe being straight boys and then, Lauren? Laurean. Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. I A music. Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. But you guys can make it. I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. We were going to be cool. We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway.
"philip" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Today united we stand. Joining me now first class father, Philip pain, welcome to First-class Fatherhood. Doing all right doing. All Right? Let's kick it off like this. How many kids do you have? How Old Army? One Kid and he is five weeks old. Yes still got the. Price Tag on there what? Did you. Did you guys do? A agenda revealed to find out what you have it or wait to the end we did with family with like you know close close family, but Yeah it is. It has been an amazing amazing journey so far. That's what I will tell you awesome. What what was that? What was that I ride home from the hospital like? We did our homework so right low out? Right in the kitchen, We had an incredible midwife who was not there the whole process and she learned so much from her. Her energy just great. She's so calm. She was you know and and we had a little bit of scare towards the end, but how she handled, it was just like. I'm so glad that we did it at home and I'm so well like the energy was good in luckily. My partner's parents here so they could help in. It was just like those definitely the best of my life. Wow, yeah! I would imagine it's probably a very beneficial to do that now. Especially in the state, where in with the coronavirus, filling up the hospitals and stuff, it's probably a much better ordeal doing it at home, but if you could fill a police, just hit my listeners, but a little bit about your background what you do. So we'll I'm from Garland Texas. I went to the University of Texas on a football scholarship. In two thousand six played with Co, Koi. Oh! Tom is a Lamar Hughes Dan. Two! Thousand six to two thousand ten was My class had a incredible time got probably about my shirt. Junior year and thought like maybe football wasn't wasn't it or maybe I could do something more. And prayed about it in and It was news. that. That's what it was a new one to work in the music industry. I'd always been the guy on the team will put my teammates on music. I was always the guy they will come to as far as like what's new. What's coming out? And Now nothing about it. I used to sing the church choir like there were so many things that dead drew me back to music for some reason. So. I thought it I WANNA. Be Anarchy, our work for a record label. That's what I'm GONNA do him. The transferred the energy in the discipline and the NFL, and all things learn in football and transfer it to being successful music Islam. So I'm Austin Texas. How do I break into the music industry I? have no idea, right. WE HAVE ACL here. We have things like south by southwest here. We had you know things that I could intern for and things that I could I! Could you know? Go to in meet people in networks. So that was my my goal. In that probably two thousand you know early two thousand eleven I, met with my best for now, and he also had his baby boy on I got him Sasha's In, Sasha's promoting this one concert with this rapper at the time nobody knew. and. His name was J. Cole and I was a huge coal fan because i. heard some earlier tapes and I was just like Yo I. I can't believe that that this kid cool still in college is promoted. I've is is so you know in the music? Industry met Sasha Him Click. And he was young I was I. WanNa work with you. Saw became a concert promoter and two thousand eleven and I was Austin. Ramp in I would flyer. I would promote these concerts. Fan and score more was was. good at catching things early and we found our niche was to catch something early and develop. Talent that only had kind of an Internet fan base. and. Grow them as far as on the line side to an arena. So, we would start with these acts from like a hundred people to three hundred people in five hundred people that end. There was only in Texas, but we had rona reputation of like Joe. Artists will come to texting I. Didn't even know I had fans here. I don't even know that this was a thing. I was able to make money and we. Were kind of like NPR's honestly at the time. Where like you know? The the the big, the big promotion companies didn't really know that there were there were acts that were. So! We we were. We found our niche where. We were able to make money acts didn't have radio fit or didn't have like a big song or big or a big presence on on the mainstream. We were able to find his accent in accident. The kids found on blogs and on you know on Youtube. We were able to like. Get these kids paid in and get these kids like up to a place where they could like. and they were unsigned and they were like you know took place while they could, they could. They could make a real real career out of it so as that happened. SASHA'S Y'ALL WANNA get into artist management. Does Kim touring land? I want you to listen to music intimidated thing. Listen to it and. On the fans, and then when they were moved into apartment, he played in something was a singing songs. The I finding a rapping on the second song finals Who is that and he was like it's it's tour in psych. Definitely like one. Be Honor and he. He put me on and we were. We worked with Tori since like early to late two thousand eleven to two now and I started with Tori on as tour manager role manager Dj a security. Anna are a whatever it is at to do. When it came to and as he grew, we grew as a team we we took. We. Created a management company inside silence school or shows, so now's for motion is now we have school more. Management, would apartments troy and Sasha and Madison Kadian? So many others are there to help, so we have a a roster full of artists that are doing really really well right now and. That's kind of where we're at right now. Toys ended. It's it's. An incredible giant cells longer. Yeah, congratulations on your success, and I really appreciate the hustle that you put into it into passion and I'll tell you what seems like right now. We're at a time where it's never been easier to put music or content out there, but it seems to be at the same time very more a little bit more difficult to make a living off of the content, too, because in the whole scope of the way we consume music, consume content has completely changed the game and who knows now after what's happened here? How will continue going forward? But a remaining it back into you as a dad here? What are the top values that you're hoping to instill in your son? self-awareness is is one that are really really wanNA instill in tune patient. things that I've just learned. Those are two things that I've learned. Just growing up in thirty two years on this earth and help me. be successful in an help me on. help my interactions with people. Also disciplined that something that. I struggle with for a long time, but once I got the hang of. It got the hang of it. It paid out. especially with anything that I've been. Diligent and disciplined on I've always seen the end results have always been. Ten volts so it's like. That's important also..
"philip" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Okay guys. So we're going to jump into the General Review here. I'm you guys asked which Philip is this. It's Philip the evangelist. There are two different phillips patronizing right like you right and we thank you know from the audio very patriot. I just like being right in your view art. I was right yes. There are two different Phillips This is Philip the evangelist which is different than Philip. The Apostle Philip the disciple how what kind of Gaza were they Well Philip the disciple is referenced Y. as old man like like Like ICON ICONOGRAPHY. An old man. That kinda thing like Philip is going and hot yourself he. He is represented by the Latin Cross. And I don't know why am all right. Do for the American Idol Guy Phillips. He was the winner. Gosh home of course I know. Lavalle billups says man going through life as Jamie Jamie's I just I love. That was your sailor. And was he a sailor? I feel like Phillip Phillips is one of the continue talking. Please stir at our sexy church. Main campus the mothership. His wife is Lindsay Lindsay. That's her literal name like spelt. Lindsey spelled the same way or Lindsey. With married into that she married. That's a deal breaker for me. That's a deal breaker if you have if your last name is Jamie. I'm typically not someone who thinks the government should step in because I just don't trust yourself but if you in that situation I feel like I'm ordained to marry you but I can't you have the same name that's ridiculous. Yeah Okay so you guys ask about magical things. In Bible Times Jamie's quote was wait. What is that just want to remind everyone what you said Ake late? They just listened right weeks ago. That's fine parents can cut those productive amulets binding and loosing of demons and left so there was this type of magic. But Luke is linking Simon here with a more coltish type of magic a magician with someone who had a deep knowledge of the spirit world and knew the right spell or formula or ritual to obtain the desired results. Magic was not the art of illusion but rather acknowledged as spiritual reality. That could be coerced manipulated. People were also quick to call anything spiritual that they did not understand from an opposing religious view as magic buffer biblical purposes. Luke here is talking about someone who has the power and the know how to do a lot of people into believing that he is extremely powerful. I found A. I will not be incantation this because I don't want to open up a door but I did find a some tax that is a portion from a Greek magical papyrus hard to say Discovered in Egypt. And it's now housed in the British Museum in London. So it kind of gives like the the the spell is weird and if that is the kind of thing that was happening around like in. Judea of that time that it's kind of like no wonder that Jesus was constantly like these demons got to get out of this person. These demons into the pigs like it just feels like very dark down for us this chant and it has a lot avowals more vowels than I think are necessary one four to one hundred seventeen magical names in this incantation. Wow Yeah it's just weird. It's just a weird vibe. It's more a cultish than David but is so it's it's I am glad you're saying is because I in my head it was like Jesus was or people would be dunking on Children's Party. Magicians doing cartwright's Frankie not like a darker art kinda learn more about that in the Patriot section of this and the fun facts that Simon was a little darker than a children. That's a good tease. Can I give you a quick update? Yeah there's no evidence on the Internet. That fulfils was a sailor. I'm not saying he's not. I have a recollection of note. You're right because he I remember. When Vienna died from the bachelor he sailed out to try to your our reality. Tv layer to think about things. Okay DIS- Philip speak Greek. So Philip probably spoke Greek but so the mention of Samaria here is a little tricky to understand the region that we think of Samaria like the Samaritan Woman Doug Good Samaritan was not called some area at this time it was known it was like a city like old. Samaria capital city was not called. S- Mary anymore. It was called Sebastian. And it didn't really have a lot of traditional religious Samaritans who live there What they may be referring to here is Neapolis. Which is the site of ancient checkup or maybe even Guetta which was the home of Simon the magician so it's just like we're not super sure where they were in. This odes does does the meaning. 'cause I feel like in this episode. I talked about the Samaria reference. Does that change the interpretation? Whether talking about I don't think so I think it was still Samaria at one point right and I think either. Luke was being like. Hey everybody knows what's going on here. We're we can assume that he was writing from a perspective of. Hey everybody knows what's called me. I'm gonNA use this reference. Everyone everyone obviously gets obviously okay. So the angel of the Lord in acts. Yeah so it's actually kind of interesting. Luke uses the expression the angel of the Lord here and he does this several places in his writing in Luke one the angel of the Lord Appears Zachariah. Tell him about the birth of John. The Baptist in Luke to the angel of the Lord appeared to the shepherd to announce Jesus birth an ax. Twelve when Peter is rescued from prison. Interestingly up later in the story this about Philip in that unit he references the spirit or the spirit of the Lord so he saying that these two things the angel of the Lord and the spirit of the Lord our our kind of different and it's he uses angel of the Lord to denote specific actions. And maybe even tangible appearances as opposed to a feeling or inclination of God's Movement at different points in the story so he talks about feeling he's on the spirit of the Lord I think so and then but when he talks about the angel he's like no no there's a dude or leases kid rock. It's it so he gets. He probably clearly percentage of Kid rock's like appearance fees. He's always talking about trying to put pushing them okay. so is candice the same as Pharaoh so a canvas or a candidate. Which is I look that up so I know that. That's right Is there traditional tidal of mother or sister of the reigning king probably from the region of cush so the king what's considered to be a child of the sun and was hidden away as a holy? Ntt Like he couldn't sully himself to be a part of the secular world and responsibilities of the Kingdom so this mother or sister would bear the next air. She had her own court land money and she made all of the secular decisions for the Kingdom. So so would she have been like the boots on the ground ruler. Yes attended regent essentially. She's a pretty big deal so that the candidate has the next air is that person considered a child of the sun and then they have to be hidden away and then their sister has to have a baby. If it's a dude if it's a dude so like candice could have a bay canvas brother is the king. Didn't away so she has a baby really. The king son doesn't become the king. The king's nephew becomes exactly yes and a nephew after nephew after nephew natural lineal succession as opposed to pay at the same time. It's well it's so interesting that it's like she can do the work and the heavy lifting but she's not lake a holy sign of the child of the sign and also. I just want to know like what is the holy child of undoing CALC. Well thanks what do they hold up. Just like feeling it. Something happens to let you know just kind of other than that. He's like in a bed. Featherbed with like people fanning in the minority report like the things floating in the water only about future crime. He got up there. You go boom. I imagined that I didn't like them. They seem slimy the various lime. Yeah Okay So. Why was an Ethiopian in Jerusalem to worship so? There's a lot of discussion about whether the unit was a full-fledged convert to Judaism all otherwise known as a process light which means that he would have had been circumcised which was as we know not possible for a eunuch Or the first gentile to Jewish to Christian convert if he was trying to worship in Jerusalem the furthest he could have gotten was At the temple was the court of the gentiles which was still outside of the actual temple complex. It was built by Herod later when he added onto the temple. Later on Oh In fact they let Jewish women closer to the inner temple than they. Let the gentiles It's possible that he heard about Judaism and Ya from Jews who are involved in trading with his country and he wanted to know more so I you know I'd read that. There is some dispute some of the church. Forefathers were intent about the first gentle not being this guy yes because Cornelius that's the one who was a centurion but century soldier in the Gospels. Become like becomes a believer but he is baptized that we know. So it's like I don't really know I got you. Yeah why would you want? Cornelius is just because of the sexier. I don't know no I just think like well. They both are sexy. Let's be honest like you've just got smart guys or Strong Guy. Like they could be sexy. I'm impressed by how far the GOP has traveled his diligence in like. We're talking about Tarini just literally at his job and he's hearing it from the guys. My slave is sad and die bid and the other guy's life feels like he phoned it in Asian for sure Okay so Unique in word or unique indeed Although the CEP Tua gente which is as we know. The Pre Christian Greek translation of the Old Testament sometimes use the term unique for officials. Who were not true. Unix the emphatic. Repetition of the term five times in this narrative obviously suggests that this official is a true unique so unique in deed and word The New Testament is filled with these types of very specific conversion stories. People who were once considered outcast by God's chosen people fully welcomed and offered the gift of eternal life if Luke wasn't interested in the social implications of the story That this story would have certainly insinuated. He probably would have just said he was a high ranking official but he goes out of his way to make sure we know that this guy was a eunuch and intentionally has asked that very important question. What prevents me from being baptized? This guy gets it that if things have changed from the old way to a new way with Jesus Jesus is a suffering servant in Isaiah maybe unique has a chance to be welcomed in to the new covenant. So I think I think it's very very important that Luke set the story up this way Oh. Ns I really socially with Luke. I've never really been impressed with his prose of like on the storyteller but in this specific example I think the impulse would is usually like and see because this guy he that means everybody like really put on the nose. But it's such a beautifully understated experience that are I think it's more powerful in that way and so That is it for our John.
"philip" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Does this prophets. Say this about himself about someone else versus five. Phillip opened his mouth and beginning with the scripture. He told the good news about Jesus Verse Three six and as they were going along the road they came to some water in the Eunuch. Said see here's water. What prevents me from being baptize verse. Thirty eight and he commanded the stop and they both went down into the water. Philip Eunuch and he baptized okay. So I think it's interesting that he asked him. What prevents me for being baptized Because I'm really curious like in the heavenly starbucks like I. Do you want to have a conversation with Philip? Why exactly did you tell him? Did you start with like in a manger or did you anger or did you jump straight to twelve guys got on? Boats will south one time. He walked on water lake. Bright and I there were dinosaurs but died and I was sad or was it like John. The Baptist Bob task. Where do we get weird as he mentioned baptizing in here? Obviously we're GONNA get to you. You know you need to be baptized in the Holy Spirit Shirts Philip. We know candy that not GonNa say yes yet are ever. We don't know but what's interesting to me. Is We do know that the unit which is the Eunuch Eunuch because if he's a unit is right up until now there if this is all really sketchy out like organizational charge or in terms of who can do what what is it. What is required of you to become a part of these new believer? It is a bit of a wild west whole things that you've done your whole life which is to be a you have to be circumcised. Yes well this is a unique. Yeah can they be circumcized? That will maybe he read this about. Joan and he was like if I sort of size intimidate big fish. Should I do that? It feels like no no. Don't worry about your unique a unit. Like if he's not sure like a unique in name only unique. Indeed yes you can be circumcised okay. So we've got two more versus less camp out here because I think this is. The last verses are wild but you know like their entity wild it was like wow those but this to me. This is where the bulk of the conversation is because you have a lot of things swirling here like you just mentioned. It's the WHO can do what win. Yeah I think that's really important because not just in this moment. There's been upheaval. But I think you're coming from this history. This tradition this generational thousands of years of this is exactly who can do what when they can do it. How they can do it and now suddenly all that's gone you know and I think a lot of early Christianity built on not just like we're going to build our own thing but it was not that Judaism collapse but in the rubble of some components that collapsed. It was like we need to be able to neatly hand this baton off. So we've got these people who before Jesus you know had a certain belief and now they want to convert to Jesus but we gotta make that. Seamless got got understandable. So you have a guy a eunuch who and I think it's really interesting him. Asking what prevents me from being baptized? Because he's a eunuch. He's Ethiopian We've introduced this idea. That he's familiar with the with the text of the Bible or the host whatever he's just come from Jerusalem. Bright yes From what I know their attitudes towards UNIX Especially Foreign UNIX. I don't know that the the people the temple would be like great. Come on in. Let's do it feels like there's probably a component of rejection and that's never that's never said here. I didn't find that but I'm just thinking of what I do know. And I'm thinking of a question of a guy who maybe has been rejected and has been like witnessed to and he's like. Oh I want to do that like but I probably can't right. What's preventing me route? Not like how can I do this? What's keeping me? I think there's probably a person who has been told a lot or recently. No no no no and he's looking for someone to say. Yeah actually when we do this you know. Yeah and even Philip. It's probably like this like oh we haven't really figured that out yet. Haven't gotten to that part on me this whole if he's holding a scroll with well there's whole. Asti six talks about that guy came for everybody. That's so okay so let's let's dive deeper through the looking glass here because I think mentioned it so you have a eunuch. They they go to great pains to say this as a eunuch Who knows why they're I'd like? I think we talked about this. Before Jesus mentioned there's three kinds of UNIX there's one There are people born that way yet. There are people who were Deformed you know or or sickly or or whatever I and the people who are literally castrated right right. We don't know which one this is There I don't think it's an accident that this guy is reading. Isaiah you know and at at and I don't think it's an accent in Isaiah. You have a passage like that that specifically talks about UNIX. I know 'cause like with us like obviously there are books and stories in the Bible that I am drawn to more than others because I see myself reflected in them. And so it's like look a lady with a name. This is very exciting or someone who has a similar. I've always been drawn to Peter Disciple because he seems very Ingraham Seven Ish. Like in terms of spontaneity and like his asking them questions and all those things and so for me. I love this. He's like well. Can I watch this? I'm reading this and this says yes. Because like as sixers it says to the UNIX OR KEEP US CHOOSE. What pleases me and hold fast to my cabinet to them. I will give with my temple. And its walls a memorial and a name better than sons and daughters shall not become off like. You're not going to be removed from this. I think if you want to read this like a literal thing or this is someone who's been Castro which is something that was up for for people in Royal Positions A lot of times they only got those positions because the threat of reproduction. They couldn't so the chart of all the money. Yeah so so. There's a safety there but I I think you can certainly are redes- lgbtq plus lens of this is a person who Their unique in the name of born that way right and this is someone looking for acceptance. This is someone looking for inclusion and I think if the broader idea here Of what we were talking about with Simon. The Magician is like it's not just like us. It's even Samaritans if you're even going to extend that extend that idea and go further idea that yet it's not even just Samaritans. It's the people who have been rejected at temple. It's people who have traditionally always been told. Something's wrong with you. You're not able to be here. Yeah because Simon the magician if you think about him if you took him back to the Old Testament he would never have been I mean he he would have been somebody that there's like God for to be a part of these but now got going to carol that from practice and my son he just like just a few years we. We're not covering in this episode. But there's a really beautiful portion of Simon Story where There's there's some selfishness and he's checked on it instead of him going toe to toe he's like man like. I'm sorry I pray for me like I don't I don't WanNa be the things that you're saying I don't WANNA I don't WanNa be guilty of these things helping not to be these things so it's really beautiful. I Dunno even because I hadn't thought about it until you said that even the difference between the Old Testament of like we're always at odds with each other. There's this like undercurrent of everyone wants to be better. Let's help everyone. Let's let's show grace. Let's so show understanding education stuff like that so I don't know I think that's always when I was reading this before we ever you know are are in the past two years ago. This part never really jumped off the page for me now of just the degree to of inclusion that I feel like is really especially as you think of this chapter eight as a like a preview of. What's going to come later in this very book? Where you're going to have Peter and Paul at complete odds of who gets to be in the group like they're gonNA they're gonNA to you know. Come COME TO HEAD OVER. Who GETS TO BE A part of this and it's like policy saying no everybody gets to be a part of yes and it's complicated. It's it's complicated. Guys religions complicated. Sometimes Yeah Okay last verses for we move on and when they came out of the water the spirit of carried Philip away and the Eunuch saw him no more and went on his way rejoicing which is wild just like that may just flew away. I don't know this is a great day though. I'm sure that about how it'd be like if somebody likes showed up. He cheesecake the disappeared. You would you be like why can figure out where that person went or would you freak eat cheesecake the cheesecake. I would be like I wonder but this is delicious on taking them out very different. I would be like. Was there a? I don't remember this unimportant. Don't look the gift she's given them. Yeah okay in verse forty. Philip found himself at Zota's as he passed through. He preached the Gospel to all the towns until he came to Caesarea and the universe scripture so a wild little ending wildly. Listen just as a hat tip to what happened next in the epilogue so we get Philip mentioned again. Twenty years later he is still in Caesarea. And Paul and Lou are traveling to Jerusalem and they stop at Phillips House and they stay with Philip for several days and Philip. House four unmarried daughters at the time all of whom the gift of prophecy and I just kind of let that he had four girls. It's like sat steph. It's nice that like Steph curry like had some kids right set up camp like loved on his community. All of us kids were gifted like the whole thing is very lovely. The you don't always get like a poetic bow on stories right but you do in this one. I really enjoy that ask okay. Why don't we do some superlatives? Really Quick The first superlative Jamie grade the pivot or pivots in this story. Oh my gosh. This is an A. for pivoting years. Why not only is he pivoting right because he's been a follower? He's now becoming an official in the church. Then he's gotta go on the run then he's going to have to minister to people who probably didn't intend to minister to he's pivoting. He's also helping other people pivot right from the way they've always seen the world Simon the eunuch all kinds of people are pivoting there so to me. When you help other people's pivot you get an A. I like that I think is going to be minus because I personally. I wanted more depth to the to the pivots. The this is a volume approach. Right just a great. I want to know more about Simon..
"philip" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Hello and welcome to this very special episode of the Bible Binge. I'm one of your host. Thanks for joining me as always someone frequently amazing people with Her Majesty. That's actually accurate. Okay guys so here's the deal the Bible into the show where we take stories from the Bible and we recap them though. They were a movie a book where t show now. We say movie. Booker. T. Show 'cause that's what we usually do on our other show about pop culture the podcast with Knox and Jamie where we talk about popular culture sacrilege. Everyone say and before we begin. We just WANNA be clear. That the Bible's in Chattanooga Agenda. The show is evangelical adversarial. We just think that the Bible has some pseudo stories and WanNa talk more about them and a voice that is more every man or every woman. The conversation we'll take place in this episode is meant to be more casual not out of disrespect but in an effort to better understand the story this season and the Bob Inches. All about those in the Bible and Bible Ajay's who found themselves in a moment in time where they had to hit. The season of the Bible. Mitch is presented by all things reconsidered the newest book from Knox boy which releases on June second Knox writes about his own pivots on some things that matter and some things the Dow for this episode. We're going to talk about Philip. The evangelist and how he made pivoting basically his entire brand to make sure you get every single episode season head straight to wherever you listen to podcasts. And subscribe to our show plus. Don't forget fall along with us on instagram and twitter at the Bible Binge finally here at the Bible Binge. We urge you to love others as you love yourself and share the show on social media and if you WANNA fall as we go the main biblical scripture. This story will cover his acts eight four thirteen in acts eight twenty six through forty are Jamie. Let's get whisked away by the Holy Spirit in the story. That's the first time I did that. Not The second time and it's good. Listen what if we did it with square by the Holy Spirit I think? Look here's my thing and we'll talk about this but if like if you know if we were doing like if in this yeah you got whisked away so it would for sure he may not yet okay fine but I think my reaction wouldn't be like hot cool. I'd be like what my guy in. The story is just like cool. That's cool. Because he's a new believer. He's like well. That was great. He is he's written in all right so in the story this week. We have three characters that will be dealing with the first step. Is Philip now for the record? There are four Phillips and Bible to are the sons of Herod One is one of the twelve disciples and this Philip is the fourth of course then I was like. How do we know this? Philip isn't it but then I realize I remembered an axe. There's a lot of like nominating. A new twelve disciples because of Judas Bien like a Douche Kane'ohe to some juice. I don't know if you heard. But he's a bad dude and I realize oh no. They're still that other Phillip. I gotta be honest. I educated myself in research about the subsidy. Talk about it. I don't know which vote this is. Maybe into like the evangelists as opposed to Philip the discipleship but is it. You know what I'm saying. I think it is because of the man I know I saw like a lot of people are like this is but then other people be like she can clarify for us because I would argue. It's not for that very reason that they're like hey geysers eleven and we got and they literally had a run off between two guys were like which one and then that poor. Barnabas or whatever. He was like Not THIS YEAR. Maybe next time maybe exercise interesting to him. Okay so Philip. This Philip is first mentioned in acts chapter six allegedly disciple and he is one of the seventy appointed to tend to the Christians of Jerusalem so that the apostles can go about and do their missionary earned. His name means big fan of horses. Technically it actually means lover reels. Did you make that? I did not make that up Philippines love. Our forces did not like that. We're see fan boy Philip well. I don't like lover if you're naming something lover of you need to cut that unlike lover at all. I think we should give rats mosquitoes and the word lover in any context. Your Lover Romantic. I'm like Jerry but Philip is a lever forces okay so for this gassing when Casting Philip is thinking like I want a guy who has the story it was like he pretty much has a one hundred percent approval rating across graphics. Everyone pretty much likeability is a big deal to this guy for what he's doing so that needs to be important. I also need him to kind of be like low. Key Paradigm Shifting. You know I think Jesus. He's obviously planted seeds throughout his ministry in Philip. Coming along to harvest that So I need someone kind of associated changing the game in a certain respect. And then lastly I need this guy to have a good long range game because Philip. He's going lots of places a lot of stuff so I need someone who Is used to or some kind of adjacent to long range. Innis. And that's why I think I landed on Steph curry okay staff. Everyone loves Steph Curry. He literally helped redefine basketball into this new. Like three ball era and his ability to shoot a jumper shoot a traditional three or hit a shot from half court proves he has a long range game so I think he's a really good favor. This chicken egg. I feel like Philip is such a good egg like throughout the stories purely. He's yeah he's just purely motivated by good and I like that about South. Okay next up. We have Simon the magician now as you may realize. Salmon is a magician in the Bible. Now I looked up what was metric like Imbaba Tanya ear hopefully tell us more like maybe I'm leaving. Something's Asher literally. This was the list and cultural studies. Background the Cultural Background Study Bible. It said it's protective amulets. The binding and loosing of demons and love potions certain. There's more to the magic. Yeah like feels like a lot of rep again. We've talked about this in a previous season about magic. Like why does God let magic happens? You're like well. My magic is the Dope Est. I don't care if like Minor Light Chris. Angels come along because I can like he'll for people from the dead in this for real and made it's fine. So does that mean that. They're like magicians nail like Erin. Are there magicians nail? Who can like really do magic? We'LL SEE I. I kind of think about this is it. I think it's some of. It's like astrology. Some of it is I don't know I think some of it is maybe manipulating manipulating what you are Interpreting experience you know what I mean so less like I'm actually. I'm literally doing something magical. Yeah more doing something in a weird way that you understand how to explain okay. You know what I'm saying. Well Simon the magician lives in some area His name means one that. Here's or one that obeys okay. So not lover of horses okay. That's weirdly telling his story now it's kind of a script so it's interesting that you say Chris Angel Jamie because I was thinking I'm GonNa give you the choice. This is a magician sometimes in the tax you know. Sometimes the text doesn't want you to work hard. He just wants you to recognize. What's there right so I thought Chris Angel Mind Freak and if we pay pick Chris Angel it has Angel Mine Freak Okay. I'm asking you that was part of it. Okay or David Blaine. Oh I can see David. Blaine freaking awesome PC celebrity. I honestly I think both have dudes that what is sexy about magicians. I don't know I don't know but thanks see. Are you a fan of magic straight? Answer yes or no. I am too like. He's like so excited honestly. Don't know win this episode going to air and like when you guys are in here this but next week in my timeline. There's a David Blaine special. Abc and you're Super Pop. I am so I've I've told Ashley Five Times I cannot wait to watch that we get it. David Blaine since he's timely and he's outlets. Do David Blaine just really like saying Chris Angel Okay. Then it's Chris you give you these things to me if you know what I like. Ultimately it's your decisions. I'm GONNA say well you know Chris the our SS. So I really like that Criss Angel said I'M NOT ONLY GONNA dump my last name. I'm also GONNA make my first name weird. Yeah I like. I like the Salmon. We won't go over all of Salmon Story today besides does have some missteps. Yeah it's complicated. So I will stick with criss Angel non-free that's good and then finally the last person our story is the Eunuch again by bowl. How hard is it to give somebody understand? This is Luke has written this book. I don't understand what he can give us a name so The Eunuch is Ethiopian. Which I learned I thought it was the country Ethiopia but apparently at this day and age it was all of Africa south of Egypt. Like all of it was just the whole thing just the whole rest of Africa Particularly they were from the Kingdom Moreau and this unique is the treasurer of the canvas which I also thought was her name like because she's the queen of the Ethiopian. Sure but her name is not candy. Candice's like the Word Fair I man and so it's very disappointing. And the Eunuch. All we know is that the eunuch is traveling in the story. But we don't know much more about him other than like this country's very very wealthy yes yes So for this casting choice. I wanted someone with a very progressive vibe. 'cause I feel like he's you know in a in a country that isn't necessarily closer country. That isn't his home. He's reading scroll he's reading of the book of Isaiah which is not like at home with him And he's like this guy walks in wants to explain what's going on to him. He's cool explained to me so I want someone very progressive. I want someone who seems amenable stuff but also maintains the appearance of Regal and successful nece. Okay so that's why I've chosen Billy Dee Williams Aka Landau car racing for a white listeners. I think but I think that like that tracks because he's got he's got a presence he's got gravitas but he's also like yeah you and do some stuff. I'll do some selfless laid back. He's very like and he. He's really a hero even when he he makes a misstep sure. Yeah so all right. So let's set some context of where we are so we're in the book of acts in the New Testament. It was written by week. Who is famous for writing? The book of Luke and this book is actually considered one of the most historically accurate books of the Bible because so much of it corresponds to external documentary. Yes which was so fascinating because in the intro in a couple of bibles that I read. It was like this one. No one disputes. That all of this happened so connected to you. Especially if we're coming off of our last episode in this season where it was like so now I think that's two Leagues Credit. Because he's a medical doctor and you gotta write stuff down when you're a doctor blood pressure staff and you have. You can't.
"philip" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology
"Jonathan Pezzo the Creator and host of the series. If you haven't listened to parts one through four of Philip K. Dick. Second Variety. You need to hit the pause button because you're going to want to catch up on the first four parts in our miniseries before venturing further. Thank you to all the fans who've been tweeting and responding to the show. It's been great hearing from you and I can't wait to share this final episode of Second Variety with you all I want to let you all know this podcast is a labor of love produced out of my basement and receipt of California. So if you can please consider joining our patriotic and supporting the show, every dollar contributed goes back to making curious matter better and getting episodes to you faster. You can find our patriots at www dot patriots dot com slash curious matter. Philip K, Dick gave a some of the greatest tales about humanity's relationship with the artificial. It is however possible that the most Surreal Story of Philip K Dick's was created fourteen years after his death. In his nineteen seventy-two story, we can build you PK. De envisioned a future where historical figures were brought back to life as Androids it turns out that he this particular prediction closer to the mark than even he could have imagined in two thousand and five David Hanson and the team of Texas based Hanson Robotics Digest. That by resurrecting the late author in the only to appropriate form of a robot. Yup they replicated the man who invented replicans. This robot costs more than fifty thousand dollars and uses a cutting edge ai to make eye contact recognize faces, express emotions, and hold complex conversations laced with some of the authors, more salient quotes and anecdotes but the story doesn't end there. I mean what would Philip K Dick tailby without the signature twist. Just one year later while David Hanson was traveling from Dallas to San Francisco the robots had went mysteriously missing. and was never seen again. Let's get on with the show. This episode of curious matter is rated explicit and includes adult language and violence comparable to an R. rated film. Our show is designed to be completely immersive HD audio experience and his best when played through high quality speakers or headphones. So grab your popcorn, turn out the lights and enjoy the epoch conclusion of Philip. K Dick's second variety..
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"Hey do hey Philip. Thank you guess what. I read the news today. Home though boy Woman got hit in the head by cancer you know thank goodness it was a soft drink. That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard And we you need to go take her to see Dr Pepper okay. Did you If you don't have insurance Mister Pip. Are you making this up on the spy or is this Nashville. Missile News article. That you read I you know I was just thinking that it was like kind of like a Dad joke or maybe a soda. Pop Art joke. Oh Oh we've already done the Dad Joe so I think she's a little fizzy detail. Many do you have uh-huh that's depressing. I like that one And it's total fantasy all right and at least the funny thing is already gone into the the music. Oh music has started right about now
"philip" Discussed on Aria Code
"This him was conceptualized to be Sung. Actually in the language of whichever country it's being and played in so here we'll have it in English. And that's because it's a prayer essentially and the audience is in effect traveling inside the Pharaoh's head and so can understand everything he's thinking in their own language. It's really clever thing that Philip blasted to make sure that the him to the audience in the language of the audience. Because that's what I cannot did himself. I cannot change the Egyptian written language such that it represented what the people were actually speaking. It's as radical as translating the Bible from its original language into the language jove the people putting that Hebrew Greek or Latin texts into English is a radical thing that allows people to connect with a tax one on one in a way that they couldn't previously everything else in this opera is an ancient Egyptian Aramaic or Hebrew so this Arias areas very very personal. And that's part of what makes it so touching and what's most interesting is the duet between the counter. Tenor Voice Trumpet. That goes through this whole thing so the trumpet has a connotation is being a regal instrument announcing any kind of leader and the trumpeter is he's really overlapping with the voice. All the time and supporting kind of in the same register.
"philip" Discussed on Aria Code
"So Philip chose to present him as a counter tenor which is the very high male voice up in a register that we associate with female male voices basically a man who's in full seto and the counter counter tenor as such contains both male and female for me. It's kind of exoticism. It's always GonNa make you feel a little bit uncomfortable if the wow how does that come out of that person and I think this exoticism autism also towers above the piece a little bit. I mean if you're talking about the Sun God to have something that sounds so lofty and high and reverend it just fits. Also there's an other worldly quality there's a shocking quality there's all of these wonderful paradoxes contained in the voice type itself so it makes perfect sense for not been crowned Pharaoh. He's united with his wife. He's destroyed the previous establishments. It's and now the new city has been built. They him to the sun is best preserved not in any temples but in the tombs of Akhenaten's elites who followed him to his new city and they carved this him into the walls of their tombs and they show Aachen worshiping the sun they show the the solar disk in the heavens with its raise coming down and touching the face and the family of And giving him the breath of life and this moment this Aria is unlike like anything else in the opera because it is the Pharaoh alone with God alone with the sun so the him to the sun begins with kind of a long flowing orchestral introduction. It's very kind of modal. Almost ancient sounding scale form. That's being used. The him is one big crescendo. He starts with just the bassoon playing justice scale upward.
"philip" Discussed on From Scratch
"Just call us up and we'll come pick it up when it came time to start casper in two thousand fourteen. What led you you to decide to to jump into the mattress or the sleep category. I know you had had that former experience but i mean you could have picked anything so honestly it was <hes> one of my co founders luke asking. Why is there no worby parker mattresses so it was <hes> one of your other co founders that coincidentally mentioned mattresses without his even knowing that you had this experience experience in mattresses yes when they quickly learned about my background <hes> th they just thought that was an amazing coincidence and <hes> it led us to talking talking about kind of people sleep habits and just a conversation that we kept coming back to and we were we were in the same four of the five of us were in the same co working space and so we were literally sitting next to each each other so you all meant kind of accidentally serendipitous. Where was that co working space in new york <hes> it was <hes> on the west side. One one of your co founders is neil parikh and coincidentally to his dad happens to be asleep doctor. Yes there were a lot of <hes> amazing coincidences. That came came together. Did you work out of that space together because it had brought you together. No we did not. We were working out of hotel lobbies. We were kind of bouncing around coffee shops ops <hes> eventually ended up in a different co working space down in soho at that time it was just us in an idea and we had no money and it was just trying to put together the pieces that we thought what we need to <hes> launch casper by the name casper so the inspiration of casper was actually loose roommate at the time. We thought it was kind of funny because luke's folks roommate is <hes> six british guy who did not fit on his twin mattress at all and <hes> we we kind of got a chuckle out of that and we dismissed i and when we got back together the next day to think more about names and we had what felt like a million names on the list. It was the one that we just kept coming back to. I'm jessica harris. You're listening earning too from scratch. My guests is philip krim co-founder of casper. The online mattress company casper is focused on providing a better night's.
"philip" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Philip Barlow Hollywood Spain was private detective created by Raymond Chandler, Philip Marlowe, tough cynical bible, I of murder, my sweet the sardonic case hardened detective of the Brasher Doubloon the lady in the lake the big sleep. You've seen him in action. And all those top flight mystery pictures, Don order that you may continue to enjoy this exciting Espy series brings you the adventures of Philip Marlowe on the air with a cast of noted radio players, starring MGM's, brilliant and dynamic young actor van. There was a rough desert win. Glowing in Los Angeles at evening. It was one of those guys that come down through the mountain passes, and curl your hair. Make you nervous jump on your skin h. Nights like that every boost party ends up in a fight and meek little house wise, feel the edge of a carving knife. And study their husbands next anything can happen on the Santa Ana blows in from the desert. Closed up my office early. I got tired of reading Philip Marlowe private investigator back to the ground glass of my office door. So I opened the door and close the from the outside and locked it went out to get a fair before I went up to my apartment. Fill up against.
"philip" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Philip Barlow Hollywood's famous private detective created by Raymond Chandler, Philip Marlowe, tough cynical murder. My sweet the sardonic case hardened detective of the Brasher Doubloon the lady in the lake big sleep using them an action, and all those top-flight mystery pictures, Don order that you may continue to enjoy this exciting misty series types. It brings you the adventures of Philip Marlowe on the air with a cast of noted radio players, starring MGM's, brilliant and dynamic young actor van. There was a rough desert wind blowing into Los Angeles at evening. It was one of those guys come down through the mountain passes, and curl your hair. Make you nervous jump on your skin edge nights. Like that every boost party ends up in a fight and meek little house wise, feel the edge of a carving knife. And study their husbands next anything can happen on the Santa Ana blows in from the desert. Closed up my office early. I got tired of reading Philip Marlowe private investigator back to the ground glass of my office door. So I opened the door and close the from the outside and locked it went out to get a fair before I went up to my apartment. Filler up.
"philip" Discussed on KMJ NOW
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"philip" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"He's the best of Philip Terresa on KM Jalen off this story of an extremely rare whisky going to auction specifically, the McCollum Valero Adama distilled in nineteen twenty six bottled in nineteen Eighty-six and expected to fetch one million dollars for a bottle of this stuff. So far is they know one bottle of the dozen that were produced one bottle was destroyed the two thousand eleven earthquake in Japan. Although there is an insurance claim on that. If you're taking out insurance claims on if you're if you're having to purchase insurance for your booze. You're doing things right in the world. Yeah. Yeah. If you've got if you've got a wine cellar that you can actually legitimately claim as an investment, right? And then they say that one's been opened consumed. Life is good for you. I'd I'd love to hear from somebody who had a drink from a million dollar bottle of whiskey. I'm assuming that. It's really really really awesome. Is there anything worth a million dollars? That's consumable. I just. I comprehended is impossible. Yeah. I can't I can't wrap my head around. And I've read like I've read pretty extensive writing about the high the ultra high end wine industry in these these bottles that that come from the these ultra specific regions and vinter 's and go for ten thousand dollars a bottle, and what a magical experience it is. And I just can't process the description as it's written. Yeah. I know it's gotta be good. But you better be good. Right. If I dropped ten grand and get cooking, Sherry, I'm mad. Yeah. So the question that I put to you guys at four hundred fifty eight fifty eight is what's been your big dollar food or drink purchase? And was it worth it? Did you enjoy it? We're not no fifty eight fifty eight and let's see I think James is next over here on line four James you're on the Chris annual show. Good afternoon. One of my favorite scotches today. Eighteen year old Glenn Mirage. That's been aged in Sherry casks. Oh, yeah. Mood. It's sweet it's just and it's worth one hundred and twenty five bucks a bottle to me. Can be very either very subtle, very harsh. Because if you're drinking something like we'll. It's like someone stuck your snow. Your head space down at a p bog I have to admit with bullfrog. I have been. I liked those giant ice cubes that that are real popular right now. The basically it's just enough to cool the drink without sweating much too thin it too much, and I think that cuts it just enough to make Lafraie drinkable. Yeah. I do the round ice cubes myself. Yeah. I had the fortune of spending most of my twenties and thirties working in the bar industry. So I got to drink a lot of really great whiskeys and scotches for free. And it's just it always comes down to what do you enjoy? Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. Daniel straight out of the bottle. Glenlivet or crown Royal or whatever if you enjoy it. That's what you should do the what one hundred percent agreed. I I would never condescend to somebody for their drink of choice. I'm just curious about the stuff that's out of most people's ranges. Because you know, you talk about dropping one hundred and thirty bucks hundred and fifty bucks on a bottle of whisky. There's a lot of people who aren't gonna do that much less. Like, this story about the million dollar bottle of McCollum you and I are never going to touch that. I wanna hear from the guy who did. And and if if someone's buying paying that much they're not gonna drink it. It's not a consumable. It's it's just a collection c. I know that you're right in that sounds insane. To me. If I've got a million if I've got a million dollars to spend on scotch damn it. I'm drinking a million dollar scotch. I agree. So you buy the bottle. James if I ever hit the lottery, and I could afford to do that without getting divorced. I I will find you and we will have a drink. Thank you for the call, man. Appreciate it. Four nine hundred fifty eight fifty eight and eight hundred seventy seven six fifty eight fifty eight and to the point that James me. I agree with him completely. It is about what you like. And not spending a ton of money on food and drink is totally. Okay. But it's kind of a neat experience to get to do it once in a while. And that's where this comes from the million dollar bottle of whiskey. I can't imagine buying that. And just leaving it on a shelf. I could imagine buying saving it for a big moment. But. No, I'm not just going to park it. So what about you your big money indulgence? Maybe it's something that you got to do once because a rich friend took you along for the ride. Maybe it's something you did on a special occasion somewhere you went. And you bought that meal that you heard about you tried that drink that you heard about by the way, I'd like to know if anybody ever actually got those hundred dollar Louis the fourteenth cognac shots that they used to sell at the silver dollar hoffbrau. I saw that on the menu. And I thought about it. I thought about it for ten years, and I just could never quite pull the trigger on spending one hundred dollars on a single drink at least not at that point in my life. I'd be curious to hear about that too. Especially if you do it silver dollar because you were literally the only person who ever got a drink out of that bottle for fifty eight fifty eight and she'll just before the news here. I want to squeeze Linda in welcome to KM. Jalen good afternoon. Good afternoon. I am was still up on tacos. Then going there off and on for about fifteen years. Yeah. You get more food than you can possibly eat. And it's always perfect. My big indulgence actually came from central there press. No doubt myself a of wild cot coho sockeye, salmon. Okay. Kasey seventy five bucks. And was it everything you hoped? It would be well I had to cook it that was price raw. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. No. I understand. So it was amazing. That's awesome. So worth the money. And I mean, obviously, it's not something that you do every weekend. It's not something that normal people do every weekend. Is that something will you do it again, given the opportunity you have an extra hundred in your pocket would would that be your go-to for a special indulgence now? Absolutely. That's awesome. That's awesome. So the sockeye salmon at the I know fish company. Excellent. Excellent. Thank you, Linda, I got to cut you off there. We're up against the heartbreak for news when we get back. Steve HP, Richard Bruce, Anthony Roberts. Stan I see a couple of bottles of liquor there that you've ever been curious about that Louis the fourteenth you've ever been curious about what it's like to get into one hundred and fifty year old port. Stick around. This is the best of Philip Terresa on KM j. Listen to run like a girl. No politics. It's a podcast series. That follows women running for office. It covers all the upcoming races. In a bipartisan way, we need. More of us in congress sign me up..
"philip" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Bed. Philip. Social media at Philip Terresa. All right. This. You in radio. There are there's a handful of topics that nobody will discuss that nobody will touch because their death. They go nowhere. Nobody ever comes to any sort of agreement, and they generally just end with everybody feeling badly in some some some unlistenable yelling over. And then there's the other of the spectrum the evergreens the the topics that you can always rely on to generate a reaction. I don't think that I had been on the talk side of radio. But for maybe a week before I knew that pot was one of the ladder types of topics. I'm not I'm not opening up phones on this. Notice IRA to hear the same half dozen arguments over again, but I gotta tell ya. If you just if you bring up weed man, if you bring up legalization recreational medical any of that reliably people will call in to share their opinion, some of those opinions are inciteful in meaningful and heartfelt. And some of those opinions are so much wrote recital of basically, a political disposition, and we've heard it all we're all adults in most of us have been hearing some variation on these arguments. Our entire lives. It seems like oh, it just never goes away. The state of California voted to legalize recreational marijuana. Part of that agreement part of that law part of what the the voters ushered in was that individual municipalities would be able to set their own terms up to and including the exclusion of recreational or even medicinal marijuana. Now that was included in the Bill specifically to appease the municipalities where people would not want it the the the folks who were pushing the pro marijuana thing. Really? Specifically, the pro recreational marijuana thing knew full well that if they did not give individual municipalities the freedom. The explicit right to ban recreational or even medicinal sales inside of their borders that this would never pass because California despite all of the the weirdness that comes out of Pyongyang west. California's still a purple state, I just just look around here. I have mixed feelings about all of this regulation. In no small part because obviously marijuana is still illegal at the federal level and not just a little bit illegal the way that they have categorized. According to the federal government marijuana has no possible medicinal or social value at all ever period, forever and ever. Amen. Throw it away. Begun. Anecdotally, I've personally seen people benefit using marijuana in a medical context and that ranges from watching somebody dying of aids and suffering unimaginable pain using marijuana to. Stifled that pain and to stimulate and otherwise non existent appetite. All the way out to folks, you smoke a little grass on the weekends. Because it brings them down at calms him down. It's a it's a form of self medication not entirely, unlike oh gosh. I don't know having a scotch after work. I'm against the government regulating private behavior. I'm against the government, regulating behavior or industry on the basis of arbitrary morality. And I'm really against the government picking winners in this vast marketplace of substances that we have. I don't think that it's the place of the government to stifle freedom. And I've got to be honest with you guys. I I look at the weed thing. And and I see a substance that when used in moderation by a mindful responsible adult. Carries a minimal risk of harm truly minimal risk of. And I've I've smoked week guys. I I I have smoked marijuana. And gosh, sometimes I've smoked a lot of it. And you know, what I'm fine. And I I never had a hangover, and I never got to rowdy. And I I mainly was interested in watching south park and Chow down on some Taco Bell. And maybe throwing on some tunes like. Very for me. It's always been this kind of very mellow safe thing. And having watched my father when he was dying using marijuana to abate some of this the suffering that he experienced I can tell you firsthand with absolute certainty that using marijuana helps very very sick people feel a little less terrible. That doesn't mean that every sick person should be compelled to use it. And it doesn't mean that everybody who wants to try and find the the humor, and Rick and Morty needs it. But it should be an option and their tool belt because guys if I want to walk down the street, if I if I want if I want to walk across the street, and and grab a scotch. He'll get some vodka get some beer, get some wine. No problem. We can go all the way from some very sophisticated. Ancient Boredeaux all the way down to four Loko and Mickey's big mouths. And if I want to smoke something I've got pipes. I got cigars I got cigarettes. And oh my God the vapes. You're worried about the kids the kids the kids how about getting your legislature to do something about cotton, candy flavored nicotine missed that seems like a much more significant public health risk than. Oh my God. I can't believe I ate four twinkies. Here in Fresno. The majority of Fresno said, yeah, okay. We could go for recreational weed, but enough of Fresno in the right places is against it that when our city council was confronted with the decision about whether or not to allow recreational marijuana or medical marijuana dispensaries inside the city limits. Our city council said not yet. It's not time. Now, I personally disagree with the way that they came to that conclusion. But our city council did what they believed was politically expedient. I think that they made a mistake. I think that they are continuing to participate in an almost totally arbitrary restriction on private behavior. That is only effective in making criminals out of people who would not otherwise be engaged in criminal activity. And so more information is being presented to our city council and Clinton Livia is. I don't even know if I'd call them pro pot Clinton as a pro freedom guy. I think that he and I were not I think we're all singing from exactly the same page, but definitely out of the same him. No on this. Clinton wants to see some sensible steps forward being made in regards to marijuana in central California. At the very least he wants to see some intelligent conversation about it. So the city council has its marijuana task force and they've been analyzing potential legislation and. Steve brandao. Seems to be a little bit caught off guard by this. And I'm not sure if Brandao is. I don't know if he's just not getting the information of his office isn't putting it in front of him. I don't know if there was an actual oversight by the city council's cannabis subcommittee, and they didn't share the information with them. I I'm I'm a little bit confused how we have a cannabis subcommittee who has. At least in theory been working on the question of what's Fresno gonna do about we going forward, and my city councilman doesn't really think about it. I am concerned that as so frequently happens with our city council. People are people are people are testing the political winds th they're looking to see what is going to be the most advantageous for them. In future political considerations. I would like to see my city council vote and act on the will of their constituents not on what they think. The county board of supervisors district might vote not on what they think it will do for their chances running for higher office. Not how they think it's going to impact their standing when they go out and look for a lobbyist job. I'd like to see them vote and act on the will of the constituents who elected them to this job. And I'd like to see some I'd like to see some seriousness about the marijuana thing. I'd like to see it at city council level. The city of Fresno voted significantly in overwhelmingly in favor of the legalization of recreational and medicinal marijuana. The numbers are they're they're they're easy to read. It's it's simple math. The the big glaring exception is northeast Fresno councilman Gary bread NFL's district is not in favor of weed, man. And you know, what that's okay daring, titled to their opinion. I lived out in northeast, Fresno. It's a great neighborhood. I li- I liked my neighbors out there. I still got friends out there. And I think that I think the council member Brenda is doing a fine job advocating for his constituents on this issue. But. Enough with the drama. You know, what your constituents voted you've known what your constituents voted all you guys? The pop thing. I don't know if we need a subcommittee on it. Let's vote for policy based on what your constituents have said that they've wanted. And if that means that there's no dispensaries in northeast, Fresno. Okay. That's cool. That's fine. I wouldn't want one in my backyard either. That's that's why I live in a cold a sack in the middle of the suburbs. So there's nothing in my backyard. But the neighbors husky. But I'd like to see some seriousness about it at this level, and I'd like to see some seriousness about it at the federal level that we've continued to classify marijuana as being of no redeeming value and keeping unavailable for intelligent serious academic research. Is it it? It's a crime. There's something there. I've seen it myself. And I'm I'm not so in love with. I'm not so in love with the substance that I feel the need to create a miracle where there wasn't one. It wasn't a miracle. Wh when dad was sick. He didn't want to eat, and he was in a lot of pain, and he'd smoke a little grass. He they're barely barely barely. I mean, he was he was so frail at the end. But he would he he'd get a few puffs in them. And you'd actually see him relax, you'd see the tension leave his shoulders, and then he'd be able to eat not a lot. It wasn't going to save as well. It was never going to save his life. He he was just being a little more comfortable. It's insane. To me to think that we aren't willing to examine the possibility that this could bring similar comfort to other sick people. And.
"philip" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast
"They may not be the person who is presenting the story, but they are taken in. They are alive. The first book I ever fell in love with was the ghostwriter than there are two male characters in two female characters. And I think you'd be hard put to say, who's the more who's the most fascinating person in that book? Then where does this critique come from? It comes from the perception of of sexual predation. I think I think it comes from on the page on the page, which is it confusion. Well, it's a, this is a very, very thorny subject. In me two times it's in my view. It's a confusion of of of lust with misogyny. There's this, there's a certain kind of rampaging, voracious sexual appetite. And I don't think anybody can deny that. Philip had that as a man, his characters certainly. Have that on the page and that's not misogyny. It's it's a certain kind of very intense desire. Then he books that you read Phillips that you do pause over and think this bid is making me uncomfortable and not in a good way. No, no, I no, I don't. I don't know you. You asked where the issue comes from an and I have. I have never really understood it myself it. It's, I think it comes from lust, but also all. I mean, Philip was an off so many women and and I think that comes through in the books as well. He's his, his narrators are in all of many of the female characters and and maybe so occasionally that translates into a slight sense of fear on the part of the male character the narrator. But I, I don't know how we get from there. To misogyny. I don't understand. I think that there's something to be said about making an analogy between the early criticism that the Jews out of him and the criticism that some women have now and that criticism was about presenting characters were listened perfect. In in the late fifties, his Jewish readers who became so all right. So how dare you presented Jewish adulterer? In other words, how dare you give them amunition? And he came to understand that although he didn't, it didn't change his writing because he felt literature was about presenting what is it wouldn't be literature to present a world of perfect Jews with no character. You have nothing to write about. He was writing a book about people, and people have flaws in his women have flaws and somehow I think we're in a little bit of a position regarding him where it's considered wrong or hateful for him, maybe because he already has acquired the reputation. He has to look at women who are flawed, but everybody in his books is flawed. I sometimes have a pause. It's a personal one. Because so many Philip himself had a weakness for the fragile woman, the waifish woman, the woman who needed to be saved. And there are so many women. Cow, their characters are fascinating and interesting, but they are a little broken or very broken or think that's something that gives someone like Vivian a pause, but it's not the only thing I want to talk about his pros. He he, he was actually quite interesting when comparing himself to his who people he thought were his. His Pearson's talking about Updike. He said, I don't have the gush of pros which felt that Updike absolutely. Did I have the gush of invention dialogue event, but not of pros. Is he right about himself? What? What's the shape of the achievement of Phillip Roth book? His achievement book after book after book, I, in my mind, we haven't had anybody like that. That I mean that covers such a range over fifty years continually reinventing himself. When people say, what should I read? You have to say, well, who are you? Where do you wanna start? And although the later novels remain hyper, intimate, the become large in a sense in this, the become political and cloudy. You've written that America and Philip Roth grew up together and then along comes Donald Trump to Philip Roth, die disappointed in America. Yes. He did. He was he. He said he had never been more terrified and his entire life. Having lived through everything. He lived through Lindbergh, including Lindbergh the depression, the war, the fifties, the McCarthy hearings Nixon Watergate. All he, he was. I, I don't want to say despairing, but I don't think that it was horrible..
"philip" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast
"And I think a lot of people when they meet someone like Philip, they want so badly to take away from it, a story, an anecdote, and and so everything. He says, everything he does every expression he makes being so much to someone who's meeting him for the first time or even the second or third or fourth or ten time. And I think he just became used to people taking away impressions that that surprised him. You've just published a novel remarkable novel in which I think it's it's pretty. Parent, you had a relationship with a friendship with Philip Roth, and when I read the sections about your that novelists about that, that relationship, I can hear Philip Roth talking. I, the jokes, the the sentences, the spring in the in the. In the personality. So in a sense you you, you brought him into fiction. How did he react to that? Well, he knew I was working on something for a long time, and maybe he was a little nervous, but he was also wonderful about it. I mean, no one knows better than Philip knew better than Philip what it's like to write fiction. You use, you use whatever you can you do it, however, you can. I, I really did want to share with the reader some of what I loved about fill it what I love most about him. But all of that said, it's it is a novel. It's not a faithful account of our own story things. Things that happened to me and to Philip, do not happen in the book and vice versa, Lisa, I and like, you'd ask this question to all of you, but you're, you're the as it were the youngest person in the room. I Philip Roth is my birthright. I grew up in New Jersey, Jewish boy, a male of a certain age. I almost imagined if you know my father had not. Become a dentist, but rather had been the literary genius he'd be Phillip. So there was there was no question that this was going to enter my bloodstream and shape my so much of me. I wonder how you as somebody considerably younger came to those books, which books and what they had on you and well, the very first time I heard Phillips name was not until I was in college, and my Jewish boyfriend's mother told me that I had to read portnoy's complaint. Let's pause. The boy's mother wanted you to report? Yes. This young woman who works here named Carl blooming Kranz who wrote about reading Portnoy as a young woman as a fourteen or fifteen year old, and she was thrilled by it. It also scared the hell out of her meeting. This is what men think. This is what this is, what's running through their mind all the time. It was a scary book to them. Judith, that's actually sort of touching to me because I always assumed that was what men thought. Maybe that's a generational a generational divide on you think differently now? No, no. But my mother also, my mother was obsessed with Mrs Roth. I think she was afraid that I, I was writer from very young age that I would do a portent which was not in the stores for a my family, but Philip was very self aware of this. He always quote, I forget who the quotas from. Into a family. The family has finished Vigo's. The family did Philip feel a sense of, even though his mother was hardly Sophie Portnoy. And did he feel that he was consuming or even violating the people he knew and loved, or even came to, hey, I think the MRs Portnoy thing, haunted him, yeah, a long time. And I think he made amends if you will, and in a very referential way in the plot against America, the extreme overcautiousness that drives Portnoy crazy. When you get to plot against America, it becomes heroism because they are actually in a situation that these American Jews back in the forties might have imagined themselves to be in which their son thought was absurd because he was an American. Nobody was coming after him the plot against America. When you bring fascism to the United States, they are confronted with a situation where their cautiousness virtue. He creates a situation to elevate them. And while while not changing. Who they were at all. It should also be said that Philip really regretted Portnoy he regretted, yes, even though it's the the breakthrough he deeply regretted Portland, he, we talked about it a lot. It made him into joke on late night, television. The jackal.
"philip" Discussed on Channel 955
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"philip" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"And on it to philip caressing on new start the by eighty one o5 night mj did fifty two on klm jim philip to rescue the phone number here's four nine of fifty eight fifty eight on twitter you find me at philip to uh michael age sharing an article warning bitcoin profits are considered taxable income by the irs yeah any any kind of profit any kind of income is taxable income according to the irs they don't care if you've got it babysitting or selling we if you made money the irs considers it a prophet considers an income and would like very much for you to pay your taxes according to the income that you have made eric anderson check in and again he says mining bitcoin with the mining computers like running a couple of fifteen hunter what hairdryers 247 and it might not be worse with the electrical expense i dare say if it caused a thousand dollars to mind a bitcoin and a bit coins worth more than a thousand dollars it can be worth the expense the the question is whether or not uh you're getting into the market at the right time and eric on the phone now good after good morning sir welcome back if out so you invested what whewhen you invested in bitcoin what was it trading at and when i came entered is about that sixty three hundred appointing which at the moment seems like out of reach but i thought and what the heck i'll i'll first of money at it and um my in my original thinking going into it was all invested the bitcoin um whatever amount it accumulates to is what i'm willing to lose if the thing just dropped silence on you know it's in the stratosphere right now so if it if it tanks you know i'm not gonna have priority for us the money that i have invested.