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"pori" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The ferrall rally special. Hope you're enjoying it We gotta talk about violence at some point in the middle of all this fighting with mafia. Brian siano joins us to get into the fight game. There's so many great fights coming up in both boxing and the ufc licking my shops. Why don't we start with the conor. Mcgregor dustin pori the diamond. We know what happened the last time they fought. Of course they fought twice first. Time mcgregor won several years ago. Then recently pori kicked his ass and knocked him out and then now they're going at it again with their trilogy here in a few days. Let's throw up the graphic of the odds that we have on this mafia and tell me what you think's going to happen. Because i gotta tell you i have this I want i want three just like i did the last time. And i have this sneaking suspicion that it's going to a lot like the diaz mcgregor fights in that the second fight with diaz mcgregor came in like an animal and he was so ripped and and focused and carved and cut and lean and nasty and vicious and he fought so well and he won that fight. I watched it several times at first. I thought when i watched it live that he lost that fight again. I thought he has won both fights but the more i watched it the more i realized why conor mcgregor won that fight. I have a sneaking suspicion. The same thing's going to happen here. I believe the ufc actually wants him to win this fight. And that they're gonna make sure wins this fight for their business purposes. I think the fix is in. I'm being honest here. I think he not only do. I think they want him to win. I actually think he can win without all the shenanigans because i think he's so focused and driven and worked out and so ripped right now and like his workouts have been insane. You've seen what he's been doing getting ready for this fight. I haven't seen a poor doing anything and you're not gonna see doing the way he is. He's not the guy's gonna put himself out there and social media just trying to play the game of. Let me show you what i do. Let me so much bad ass. I understand gave his game is getting the kgb a bad ass and that's what he showed that last fight and i agree. It's so easy to feel like connors time because of the way he's bounced back before because it is so important for the ufc to when this fight if he was this fight. Then that's what his last three fights in around the us three of his last four in the and plus the one that may were like most of what we've seen over the last four or five years mcgregor would have been losses. And then that's where is he. Was he worth you know. People are still by fights if he's fighting. You know tony ferguson. Our fight that doesn't matter. No they're not gonna so what they want is for him to win. What they want is to push him up into tallec attention. They're put him against olivera that fight or put them against michael channel to limited. Catchy like you could put him against those guys if he wins if he loses this fight again you. Can't you have to back down the side of the mountain and that doesn't work out for the business plan. But i don't think doesn't point a dan. What matters for the cnn business plan. I think he's the better fighter it's still all. We hear about great workouts. And what he's doing for the last by going and trading with these cyclists up in the mountains of italy and how great is cardio was going to be how much it is cardio matter. We got knocked the hell out in the second round. It didn't matter a bit. So you'll get jacked up. He can get all the cardio he wants. What he doesn't have is the all around game. That's why i'm still with a diamond. I think it's a slap in the face. The odds are even for this fight. I don't care. He won the first one like seven years ago in the last four. Five years doesn't diamond says the way better fighter and he is a better all around fighter we barely even saw the ground game that first second fight in the first round because kinds of job stopping it but them up on the feet which is supposed to be connors world right. He was one of knocked him out in the first fight. So i'm still taking away because we still have not seen all the tools in the bag for him. And i think if it gets into deep waters i don't care counters done in the alps or what he's done with in the gym is gonna be different when he's on his back import as on top pounding from the mount position. So let's say hypothetically that conner loses again. Do you think that he is basically a thief and that he has made more money than anyone in the history of the ufc hands down far away like outrageously surpassed everyone else like. No one's even sniffed the money that this guy has made. Do you think he's a bank robber and that he's a phony and that all that's left for him to do is a violent fight for no money that he's used to. He's used to big money fights but they'll still make money fight but not the money he's been making because he won't matter anymore he loses the pori but i think i wanna see him fight chandler. That's the fight. I wanna see. I don't care about gap g and all these other ones. Chandler is a violent dude. Let see those dudes abreu up some hate for six months before a fight zillions of having guide. Kennedy's of our guy to that guy used to just take heads off before you realize. Listen box maybe. I don't get knocked out myself. And that's how he got his way the against ferguson. But either those guys would be a great fight to watch against you guys. Throw it down. You know those chandler. Though has the wrestling background. So that can be something that factors in as well. But i don't think he disappears. It's like no money. If loses his fight he still has the name he still has the mouth. That's still drives people like we've seen with some of these other. We've seen that are jokes in the sport of boxing. Mma may whether fight against the paul. That's a complete yoga fight. People bought it because they want to watch him. They will always want to watch conor mcgregor until he loses five six seven in a row. That people are still going to buy and as long as he's bringing the by he's gonna make the money and as long as he's still making the big money he was still getting that cage and do it. because that's the guy he is. I know he's made obscene amounts of money. You know and he doesn't really need it but some of those guys. They need the attention. They need to fame again. Look at floyd. Floyd has enough money to live ten lifetimes but he still keeps coming back because he craves attention. And if they're not fighting if they're not in there you forget about him. Yeah no doubt about it i. Let's move onto later in july on the twenty four. Th you got san and dillashaw. How big is this. Fight is a very big fight. Dillashaw of course was the chance for a long time. He was a bad ass he was going for. Division champ wallace against the gouda and then got popped for cheating. And that's why we haven't seen him in a long time then he was supposed to come back in this fight against said hagan earlier this year and then he had that big gash above his eyes so they the push back even further. Im going with this one. Though they'll show is bad ass. He's got gray rustling. He's got a nice popping those fish that you don't expect he's very quick but sanity is gonna have a big advantage in height and reach. You can have like three or four inches in this. San hanging has been fighting. He's at the top of his game right now. He had the one loss against algebra sterling. That cost him a chance to get to the title picture but other than that. This guy has been tearing apart people. He's a great well rounded fighter. And he's in there he's fresh. He's young. i don't know where we're going to see for diligence. I have to see this guy. Fight before i can say that. He's still at the letter was. He's in his mid to late thirties now. This isn't the young pope that he was winning. Titles so for the guy who come off the cheating. The allegations his suspension. Yes approve.
"pori" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"You won't die over ninety nine percent you're. Not Going to die from and so that why why go looking for trouble because other vaccines have been known do this the big problem is is people say, yeah. But what about this this? There have been some vaccines that have you know help people and and and and yet I think corona virus is going to benefit from the very beginning I have said with the help of others other people involved in it is they'll Pori never have a true vaccine for Corona Var. I put it in the category of there will never be one vaccine for catching a cold. Family is changing all the time they come and go and go fifty miles away. The cold viruses different and I think that's probably what's going on. So this whole idea that and and the people have been conditioned the the gates gates is of the world have conditioned people that this will be what is necessary for you to live a normal life for you to get a job or go to college or get on an airplane, you will have to have the vaccine. Oh, you mean they're going to be checking just for the antibody. No they're going to be checking for some other things and it's going to be your passport and that that might be a mess that we've been going through for almost a year. that. Might be the scariest part about what's happening is is the loss of of privacy and the whole idea that government is going to have our passports. Into are put into our bodies and it literally is holding people hostage literally, Hey, do you want your life back? Do you WANNA stop being miserable? You want to go out and have a hamburger to have a glass of beer while you better get your passport and that's what they're doing when you see and I saw a doctor give a brilliant presentation on a earlier today. But he said that the suicide rate has gone through the roof this year more than more than people that have died of covid and so if you're on the Verge of suicide and they say, Hey, you can go back to normal..
"pori" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"Nor do I mean by purity rarity but agility For rare or dense parts are affects and not causes. And therefore, if any should ask whether the rational and sensitive parts were rare or dense. I answer they may be rare or dense according as they contract or dilate their parts. For there is no such thing as a single part in nature for matter or body can not be so divided. But that it will remain matter which is divisible. Chapter six after finding and uniting of parts. Though every self moving part or Pori motion have free will to move after what manner they please. Yet by reason, there can be no single parts. Several parts unite in one action. and. So there must be united actions. For though every particular part may divide from particular parts yet those that divide from some. Are necessitated to join with other parts at the same point of time of division. And that that very same time is there uniting or joining? So that division and composition or joining is as one and the same act. Also, every altered action is an altered figurative place. By reason matter figure motion and pies is but one thing. And, by reason, nature is perpetual motion. She must of necessity, 'cause infinite varieties. Chapter Seven of life and knowledge. All the parts of nature have life and knowledge. But all the parts have not active I've and a perceptive knowledge but only the rational insensitive. And this is to be noted. That the various nece or variety of actions causes varieties of lives and knowledge is. For ask the self moving parts alter or ferry their actions so they alter and very their lives and analogies. But there cannot be an infinite particular knowledge. Nor an infinite particular life. because. Matter is divisible and compounded, -able. Chapter A. Of Nature's knowledge and perception. If. Nature were not to self knowing self living and also perceptive. She would run into confusion. For there could be neither order nor method in ignorant motion. Neither. Would there be distinct kinds or sorts of creatures. Nor such exact and methodical varieties as there are. For it is impossible to make orderly and methodical distinctions or distinct orders by chances. wherefore nature being so exact as she is. Must needs be self knowing and perceptive? And Thou all her heart's even the inanimate parts are self knowing and self living yet only herself moving parts have an active light and a perceptive knowledge. Chapter nine of perception in general. Perception is sort of knowledge that hath reference to objects that is some parts to no other parts. But yet, objects are not the cause of perception. For the cause of perception is self motion. But some would say if there were no object, there could be no perception. I answer. It is true. For that cannot be perceived that has not. But yet corporeal motions cannot be without parts. And so not without perception. But put an impossible case. As that, there could be a single corporeal motion and no more in nature. That corporeal motion may make several changes somewhat conceptions, all not perceptions. But nature being corporeal is composed of parts and therefore there cannot be amount of objects. But there are infinite several manors and ways of perception which proves that the objects are not the cause for every several kind and sort of creatures. have several kinds and sorts of perception according to the nature and property of such kind or sort of composition as makes such a kind or sort of creature. As I shall treat of more fully in the following parts of this book. Chapter. Ten. Of Double. Perception. There is a double perception in nature. The. Rational perception and the sensitive. The rational perception is more subtle and penetrating than the sensitive. Also. It is more generally perceptive than the sensitive. Also. It is a more agile perception within the sense at. All, which is occasioned not only through the purity of the rational parts. But through the liberty of the rationale parts. Whereas the sensitive being encumbered with the inanimate parts is obstructed and retarded. Yet percents sins sensitive and rational are in parts. But by reason, the rational is freer. Being not a painful labor. Can more easily make a united perception than the sensitive, which is the reason the rational parts can make a whole perception of a whole object. Whereas the sensitive makes but perceptions in part of one and the same object. Chapter Eleven. Whether the triumphant parts can be perceived distinctly from each other..
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Feast, because she says she was on. Orange is the new black? Yes, him like modeling before it seems like she's someone who walks into fame and. His incredible work ethic, but yeah so I guess the yeah. A Ruby rose and she was great in the role. I really liked her. She she had a lot of humor. In at first, they just said it's a mutual decision nothing and then a week later. They talked about well in Kinda word leaked that. She had gotten hurt during filming. She was very very. like dangerously hurt and also long hours a lot. You know in its. Every TV show is long right in, but I think the maybe with the special effects in the very physical role. You're you know you're fighting Batman? You know you're fighting. Criminals and stuff so and hope that they're doing it responsibly in doing the sense responsibly, but they certainly May. Be So you know. Maybe she is a very hard worker and I'm being beeped, though no no and I'm going to pull this out all. Huge. Rubio says. Yes, all right, so Bella thank you. This was great You've given me I'm GONNA, go check back. I'm going to re watch Cinderella and hairspray for sure just because I I think I need to be in tain in my spirit line lifted, so thank you for that. Thank you. To Watch. Oh, CRAP! Dream of heart goes to the heart brace of the grades, the heart get grace of my heart gray iheart. Love and mercy, and then all that. Jess okay adding them all from the list. Good If someone wants to reach, you can. You can find me on twitter.
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Please her. I never got I mean that wasn't the part that bothered me either like you know. I also really liked the ending number I will say. Of Abortion plots in media, one in Greece is good. It's not great, but it's good and for how many bad ones there are. It's like just above dirty dancing. But you know could have been better and obviously stockard. channing like when she sings that the. Worst things I do. Oh, I that song by far, that's my favorite song and and so when she got cast as Mrs Bartlett. It's ruling tourism I love this. Yes, but she was like thirty two when she was so much older than eighteen when she gets absolutely, but she was great. Great over my free. Okay, so I have three to walk. The line you mentioned is just absolutely wonderful the great johnny cash The is the story of you know his kind of redemption and with June Carter cash the the. Performances are amazing. I just love all the the actors in it and the music, and so that's that's one of my favorites for fun. the blues brothers. Act has just just such great music and in in In, and I love the idea of Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi Had so much love for this music that the other the actual Blues Michelle, since he's classic. People respected them in knew what they were trying to do. They were trying to get out there, so it's. It's a fun movie then my last one is a movie that the first time I watched I hated. And that's all that jazz. I just I. I. Don't Know What this movie is about it is. I did not know anything about Bob Fosse. you know And it is a movie that Bob Fossey Grote is directed in. It is a very thinly failed. A fictional account is him. he is doing a film. He is it? The character in the movie is trying to choreograph a Broadway musical and at the same time. He is directing a movie about a comedian. It's Bob. Fosse had done Lenny A. You know a movie. This was about all its and at the very end. There is this bye bye love. Musical. And and spoilers he dies at the end of the film and there is this beautiful woman playing death and So you know by by love. I think I'm going. In it. So I've watched it two or three times and each time I've understood more about it in. It is I won't say it's. Me This is something. I watched like Oh like buddy. Holly story makes me smile. Love and mercy makes smile singing. The rain makes me smile, but this one makes me think. And so it's very interesting of musical and the more you hear about Bob, Fosse and Glendarin. You know they have the great fx series epic, Love Story and he was an incredibly flawed man, but also incredibly talented. Dancer in who has good? I had literally never heard of this movie. Yeah! That wow, I'm gonNA. have to check that out, yes! I love Bob. Fosse I liked Habra thought about including cabaret. That's not very fun as no. And it does what I don't love in a movie musical, which is, it takes the songs out of the movie, and they're like these are performances in. It's like talk sought. Yeah I WANNA see the character singing as if it's their life. Yes, Oh, I like that a lot Yeah the same thing with Chicago right the you know they you know the the movie based on the play. They kind of did that Roy Schneider. Now. Gary, well Roy Schneider plays the Bob Fosse Character Jessica Lang places young girlfriend. An ranking plays the older girlfriend it is. It's a great pass. Yeah, it is, it really is It you I think you'll like it I. It's it. It's it's certainly. It's it's an interesting you know in like I. said I had to watch it over and over again to get that so. I'm not to watch it. Yeah all right so. Here's my curveball. If you don't know anything at all, that's okay, but Have you heard anything of the controversy about Ruby leaving bet, woman? Oh I have not I did start watching though I was gonNA mention this before we started talking I started watching doom patrol on the DC streaming service. Oh, my it is! No I haven't heard about the Rivera's thing what she do so ruby rose is the lead for bat woman on the CW Bat Woman is the character in the comics is Kathy Kane Kate Kane and in the comic. She is She is less character. She's always been a lesbian character. And so when they started the comic a when they started the TV show, they cast someone who is a lesbian character actress to play the part of. Rachel maddow's does small cameos as a DJ during the show. She's like okay Gotham. City, what are we going to do about this woman you know? So! Yes so anyway, they came to a mutual agreement at the end of the first season The in what what she what they say as she? she said I. Don't know if I want to do another season. And She real in the thought was. It's just really hard to do the lead on a superhero show, and I think And I. We get the feeling that the producers said okay. You Know Ruby if you WANNA go. Yes, because I guess she was not a lot of fun, because it was so hard, you know. So anyway, so now they they've made it very clear that they are going to cast another lesson, character actress, but now than there's talk about that. They're going to kill. They are not. They're going to recast totally other words. It won't be Kate Kane. It's going to be a brand new woman, a brand new character playing that woman and we don't know how that's GonNa, work so anyway curry comic book. Happens all the time, so I will cut this part out so that because you didn't, but I just was curious if you had what was the word on the street among? Guys at key so hard to work. I look I. Don't know her I've never met her. I don't know anyone who's worked with her. At least they have. They haven't told me.
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Yes, but it was in that, and had love and mercy and so I. I got up gave that to John Design He. Absolutely loved it, you know he said. This is one of the coolest things I've ever signed. I said I just loved you in the movie I love the movie. I said I heard that all the prep you did was just listening to pet. Sounds box said he goes all needed. He said with the important thing. Is Brian was happy with the movie and that's all I care about. And I wanted to hug him so You know Paul, Dano Elizabeth Banks Pawn Jimani playing the bad guy. It is an absolutely wonderful movie, and It it, just it it. It is a true story about how Melinda Wilson and Brian found each other, and she helped him to get through his life. So that's my favorite of all of them. I'll go watch that I haven't seen it because when it came out, everyone was like it's really intense. It's really sad and I just like I think. There's a drug addiction hard against. Yes, Yeah, so Eugene. Applauded I can't so There was they reached the point where Eugene, Landy, who is a unlicensed psychotherapist. took over Ryan's life and. he lived Brian's home he he drove France car. He was twenty four by day twenty four hours a day seven days a week in their old. and there is some there is some horrible scenes of where they They treat him, but. Ultimately Brian. Finds a way and does this so good? Did. You have any honorable mentions. Honorable Mention I. Don't know if charities for these. But my first is. Yes! I thought about putting that on my list. I ultimately didn't. This is not a movie that has like higher rewatch ability like never. GonNa be like. Let Me Watch Amadeus night eating his. That will use baffling in the Best I love a movie that makes. Sort of no sense we are like what is happening Darin. Amadeus is I know when Oscar is, but it's still. Don't get it. Okay another on adventures of Priscilla. Queen of the desert love that movie Linda. It was so much fun. It's so good it's like the drag was a little inaccessible most like. Oh, this is different. This is out there, but it was. It was great. It was so fun to watch. And then my last one was grease. Grease. John Travolta in the whole scientology thing I've like. Can I still watch Greece like well and also the whole you know living John Becoming a slide, so it's the wrong message and I was like I never saw that I just I. He became an athlete to.
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Guess that it works. So I I love the criticism, no absolutely great You know He's playing a straight As in a dramatic role in city of angels are Yami of the any graph. Dreadful O time. Yeah, it's it's It's a heap. He's IT set in. The thirties pre were to set in Los Angeles and there is this Natalie dormer is playing like this demon character, so she plays four or five different roles, because she's this demon, this trying to disrupt things and he plays A. He is a straight Jewish cop of that gets. A team that with Hispanic Cobb, so the two losers don't WanNa work together. It's really good, and he is just A straight man. All the way through I mean I to watch. That I love him I saw him in, so I thought you were talking about angels in America where he plays Roy Cohn with. Debatable if he did, he was the tour. De Force phone. So the charity for this charity to quote the Great. John Mullany now there's Nazis again, so we're living in a world where white supremacy is on the rise. It's not as funny in real night. So I'm plugging Jews for racial and economic justice. That's J. S.. R. E. J. Dot Org. And they take a variety of actions to dismantle racism economic exploitation, so it's a combination between Jewish people who have always been very socially social justice, minded and communities that need support If you don't have money, you can. Air quotes facilitate the removal of your local statue of course. There are no statues to Hitler in Germany for it's weird. The statues to Columbus. On the land suit that didn't necessarily start the genocide here, but like you help me. In also. If you again I've done some study and talked about this. A lot of these statues. were not erected to like the fifties. Specifically that time. It was to kind of in an almost a protest of what was happening in society, so it isn't like they were. It isn't as if You Know Robert E, Lee this was film. You know built right after you know the civil war, and so here's his. Here's the sad thing balance. This is so sad. I grew up. I was born in Leesville Louisiana and so that is right next to Fort Polk Louisiana. That is where my my dad was stationed. When he met my mom. My grandmother worked there for years. That's where I used to go. Watch her work and she would give me comic book she would. She was the manager and she would let me pull all the comments I want from the rack. Rip Off the cover. Let me keep them. She would take the cover to get credit so I have Affection for Fort Polk and I did not realize it was named after confederate general, so a so I'm looking this up, so yes, it's a confederate general. That lost every battle. He was fought in. He was. President. Okay. Yeah, so this is just like they. They named like Fort Hood, and these other military bases that were named after confederate generals, and so I looked this up and sure enough, and it's like okay. I'm not saying it's good to be named after confederate general period. I think it's not but. Then you go. He's bad. He was he won the battle he was. He was like you could at least make art General Lee Robert e Lee. They said was a brilliant strategic, and he was a great military mind. This guy, just his his his officers hated him the only reason he was popular among men because he let them do whatever they want so I thought was like. Why are we doing this? How? Absurd also like that one's real easy, because you just have to be like. Oh, now it's the James Poll. And be like. Yeah, that's I mean I. Forget if it's or pierce that a problem with one of them like facilitated the annexation of New Mexico. I think it was pulled so. But. Yes, I understand Yeah, that's the sexiest thing wild also, and then we'll move on but like. They let a revolt against the United. States government. There were terrorists. Yes, so why are statues? Absolutely. Clever smart grid may have made that argument. Okay, all right so mine number two is a nineteen ninety six movie called grace of my heart. Eramet it is directed by. Anders in his stars Alana Douglas. she plays basically a carole king character. starts writing music. and she she, she originally is married to what's similar to Goffin who ghetto carole king is Mary to and then She gets divorced and then in the movie. She falls in love with a Brian Wilson type character. then they. They kind of show her journey, so it's a good movie, but what makes the movie great is? Elvis Costello and burt back Iraq. wrote a song together. Then Lesley Gore Larry Klein and David Bear Walk wrote a song together, and so what he did. He took a modern songwriter and someone from that era and wrote it, so it's all new songs. So, cool, yes! And so Your homework. and. Yes, this is the gay section, so of course so bridget Fonda plays a character named Kelly Porter. And and she is kind of this. Teeny bopper and she's they have to write a song for and she is gives them no nothing nothing nothing nothing. I mean she is. To them and it is just in there. Like what am I GONNA do? To You know How are we going to connect disc-, person? And I'm trying to see if I can find lyrics. Yes, so. He's supposed to be like a allegedly Gore tight. Yes. So already interested so? They watch and without knowing it her assistant. And her. They're fighting. So they very quickly that she is a closeted lesbian. So. They Friday song called my secret love. Love is never been easy for me. Can't you see I've always been lonely faith. It seems like a mystery girl like me. Have to hide her arts away..
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Is. In I make him laugh, I, think is one of the best musical numbers in the movies, Oh yeah, and just an van de Elaborate choreographing and everything. You, know and it actually is a pretty decent story. It's the whole idea that talkies are coming back. Talkies are starting in so these people who were beautiful, but have horrible voices. have to transition and so The lead Her voice was dubbed by Debbie. Reynolds character. And then you later. Reveal that she's the one who actually was the voice so Yes, absolutely worth watching a not just for the musical, but it's actually a pretty decent. All, right, what do you got next for US So my next one is the producers. Good yeah, this is a late night edition. I was going today. I. Don't know if I liked this movie enough to have it on the list and then I remembered. The Producers Dash number two. That movie is. Absolutely hysterical! I'm talking about the Nathan Lane version that one has the songs and also Nathan Lane is. He elevates every single movie he's in. This will be doesn't need elevation, but like just having him in there is so. Good it's an it's so funny like rolling folklore laughing hysterical. It is one of my friends WHO's rewatching recently. And she pointed out, so it was made in nineteen, sixty seven, which is like. Twenty two years after the Holocaust. What was so recent she was like that would be like if someone had a like a musical and one of the plots was. They're making a musical about nine eleven. So offensive, but Mel Brooks is so funny..
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Down God about seventeen, seventy, six I love that belise down John. Sit Down John for God's sake John's sit down. It is just now. The. The last half of the movie kind of drags a little You know the in in in and I realized they want to show the cost of war, but the whole scene you know with the soldier talking about his friend dying. It drags just a little bit like I know it's sad. It's sad, but the the beginning. you know he he plays the violin with you. Know Can Howard, and and that they know they were married at the time, the lady who played his wife and and then just at the end when the compromise and it's just. If if you're feeling. Less than patriotic. That our government may never be good again. put in Seventeen, seventy six. Enjoy some great music and remember that. These for just. Just guys trying to do the best they can. and there is with the whole compromise about the slave states is is even more is is I hadn't thought about that big very. Let's going on of what to do so That's why number four such a great pack A. Also every time I vote for anything. A night at have to vote. Yes, or no, there's a part of me that wants to New York abstains. Honestly yes courteously. Absolutely I think the actual constitutional convention if I remember correctly like new. York wasn't really a no is a constitutional convention or is the Declaration of independence. This is the decoration independence. Okay, nevermind New York was there, but not at the constitutional convention. They were like we're not coming. Funny. What do we at what's number? Three number three is hairspray, but not the original John. Waters one because I don't think that's technically a movie musical and I'm not talking about the mainstream movie version because I was offended. The producers shows John Travolta to play Edna turnblad. I'm still so angry about that I don't whatever I'm talking about. The NBC live one because of the actually cast Harvey Fierstein in the role of Turnblad, which was so much better. NBC Life Has Really Fun nods to John Waters but I really love the story of hairspray because to quote comedian Bright Bram. It's about a fat girl who's good at something. So it's not this like sad crack character. She doesn't get skinny at the end. If like, I can't be fun, fat empowerment story so I really love I love her right. Yeah, absolutely I think so much fun and yes, whether it's the movie or yes the live You know one of the things that I. I liked the networks are trying live shows. They don't always work in the aren't as big, but but I think the the attempt is is something that should be applauded. Swing I appreciate it southern have been very good. FAM-. Have missed the mark a little but I thought hairspray was really good and the charity so I mentioned. I prefer the version with Harvey. Fierstein because he is a gay man who does drag as opposed to John Travolta straighten out who does drag of so drag is very important part of the gay community and the gay community and drag wouldn't be what it is today without the work of transgender women of color, so there's a charity in new. York called Blitz and it is a nonprofit working specifically on securing stable housing transgender women of Color in New York. And their website, all senators suggested the show notes, but it's glitz ink G. L.. I.. T. S. I N C dot. Org and the action item is out there and you're like I've heard a lot about transgender rights. What with the Supreme Court JK rolling and I don't understand and I WANNA. Learn more about it, but I don't learn. You can follow me on twitter. You can me I'm happy to discuss. So I can't remember if I told you this story or not, and so if I'm repeating myself, I apologize but This Rachel Matto who Linda Doors was promoting her book. And and the she wasn't coming to Dallas in the. She was coming to think Oklahoma City in sold out. And Celinda was disappointed, and so I looked in, Atlanta, had tickets available? So I! I bought two tickets. We went. We're going to go. Spend Atlanta with turns out the day that she is speaking was the day of the pride parade in Atlanta. Combination of it and so earlier that weekend. My brother-in-law. Had sent a picture of a trump campaign because he had gone to a rally. And so linen high. Found a couple of Let's just say celebratory. And I said. Do you mind if we take your of course darling and I said and the reason. Why is look at what my brother-in-law sent me Oh? Yes, come here and so lemon. Are being hugged by these guys in Trag. inver just it and it was such a joy, it just a joy, and they were like we were talking about your sick, of Rachel, and they were so wonderful and and they they were talking about how you know. They have Atlanta Pride. They always do it later because it's too hot when everyone else does it. And it was, it was just a wonderful day. And the and this feeling of you know an an. Every restaurant was packed. Everyone was just. Enjoying there was this this feeling of an. In like the first time window went to a comic convention. she was shocked at all the people in doing costs. Play in how that there's tends to be very little judgment about okay, if you if you. If you're a black guy, you want address over Superman. We don't care you know and so. That feeling there so just there's my hairspray close story. That is amazing first of all very good of you to ask before taking a photo. My sibling is very a very good style. Get very tired, people just taking. Asking and. Gay Community would get mad at me if I did not mention that it is specifically important support transgender women because we have pride if they're having been stonewall riots. Were instigated. Supported in the movement after out by transgender women of Color so very nice very good. He loved to see all right. My number three is I did go one traditional? And I think when you have a discussion of. Movie musicals all time. Singing in the rain is in the discussion. If it doesn't make the list it, it's in the discussion. I had the first time. I watched it. I was amazed because everyone had seen the famous gene. Kelly dancing in the rain right, but I you could certainly make the argument. That's not even the best musical scene in the movie. make him laugh Good Morning Good Morning Move Tom. In someone just recently. Said, what is on Corum someone asked the question. Who is someone who? You think stolen movie that never got credit in this and someone said Donald Connor because Gene Kelly is amazing. Debbie Reynolds Amazing Donald Connor. no-one gets the credit and he is. He is funny in every season it is every time I watched the movie. I laugh I enjoy the musicals. I find it fascinating that. All of these were songs that were another movies the and and this was just a cheap way for them to okay, we'll just re. This was a tell greatest hits movie like we'll destroy and all this stuff and we can just that way. We don't have to pay for people for new music, and we'll just kind of zip this all together, and it's just something special. It's so I don't know if I ever actually seen the movie, but I've seen like the iconic guests, numbers and I completely agree Donald. What's his last name? Donald Connor Donald O'Connor. Yes, because you know dream. Kelly's good, but gene Kelly has been in other movies like he's right. We all.
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Very. Great to see Bruce Still being engaged in social justice. I've lost. There've been musicians who in moments of great national trial. Haven't said anything I've lost a lot of respect for them, so I'm glad I don't have to lose respect for Bruce. Yes, me, too, and then loving. Ron Marz is podcast a great guest he is, thank you. Yes, he He is a really good guests so okay, so we're talking about just when I catch up and I said I was thinking about. Like I don't remember, I think we may I may have watched the rocket man. And I was thinking. You know that was good, but would I rank it in my top five of music movies and I said. That might be made a good episode I should talk about it and I go. Oh, you know what I bet. Bella could pick five and we could have exchanged back and forth so that's what we're GONNA do. we have no rules except pick a I. Mean I guess we could have picked a song head no music whatsoever but. Had Rules for myself? Okay me your rule so here. I just have a couple of caveats. So, you, said music movies. I think you said bio pics like musician biotechs movies about music musicals. You gave a long list of examples as great, but as I sat down to make the list I was like Oh. There are some really good musical movies. I like to watch that I will not be included on this list, so didn't include any concert films. Like no stop making sense. No, Bruce Live at Hyde Park. Because that is not technically a movie yet in in I was GonNa make the same thing I didn't include Western stars. Even though I love that film, but I was like it's. It's more of a concert. It it just it. It didn't feel like it. or even Bruce on Broadway I was like he didn't feel like that's not. The category. WanNa talk about so yeah, will you brought me to my next? Okay next my only other parameter so perfectly is. I'm not including pro shots of Broadway musicals. Okay, so they you know. They're releasing on July third like the pro shot, Hamilton of they did be pro shot a falsettoes musical. I really love. NEWSIES has one. I'm not including those because again. Those are not movies. Those are filmed plays, so I'm only doing things that were intended to be consumed as a movie. Even if are musical, but they're shot as a movie if that makes sense but. For example though West side story would qualify because even though it's based on a play, it is a separate entity in itself right they like they actually have them in New York. Sets, you know. There are shots with the camera as opposed to on a stage where you're taking in all of. West side story would count. A caller alerts not on my list. Okay. I think it's way too long. Okay, so do you WanNa? Talk About Your honorable mentions first, and then go into five or you WANNA. Give her top five, and then just afterwards talk about honorable mentions. I'd like to do the top five I. I plan that out. I will say said the suggested before, but just as A. Previous thing something that me and people. My circle have been doing with the black lives matter movement really gaining momentum is. We're not really posting a lot. That isn't about black lives matter but I really wanted to do this podcast. Okay, I'm going to find a connection with each movie that I mentioned something that will link it back either to the black lives matter movement, ending mass, incarceration, or other social causes that I care about so after I give my movie. I will give a charity or an action. You can take to support some of the themes. That movie represents so in in. You, send me, the links I'm include that in the show. Oh Awesome! I think that's great okay. All, right? ladies first. Okay, so you already mentioned it, but my number five is rocket mad all night I know the movies new and to put it on. My favorites might seem a little premature but when I was like going through less trying to remember all the movies I've seen I was like. Oh, I haven't. Seen a lot of the bio-pics. Walk the Line I've never seen. This at the Dewey. Cox wockhardt There's a lot of musical by haven't seen, but I have seen I saw Bohemian rhapsody, and then I saw rocket net liked will give you an rhapsody. And then I saw rocket man, and I was like Oh like Bohemian rhapsody I, just like the music of Queen. But as a movie rocket man is so much better. I really love what they did. Where they use like fantastical elements to show the songs I thought, that was very clever, instead of just like having him perform the songs they were like we're gonNA use the songs to move this story forward like any good musical shed, and also it's very gay, and so I love that. I I. Loved it, too, We just watched it. Linda liked. Bohemian rhapsody, a little bit more in. But I liked that rocket man is kind of it. It is a fantasy. It is necessarily it isn't you know in in doing all the different 'CAUSE IT I like as a kid. He's playing Saturday nights so for fighting I'm like wait a minute. That shouldn't be a let it go. Jesse, that's insane I. Do know and I was impressed I. It's a research I guess that happening at that club. The in Los Angeles is an actual deal where the he did do that in there was members of the choice for all these people in there, and that was where he got a lot of his first press, so that was not a stretch. So cool. levitating off the ground yet is. Yet, several concept wasn't yeah, so that's great. I. I think that's off to a great start. Yeah, amend my action item. This movie so the whole film. Most of it is told in a flashback with Elton John Rehab Group right up for many people. Struggling with addiction rehab isn't an option because they can't afford it or because they're put in prison for having like a small amount of drugs on them, so if you out there living in a city that's still criminalizes drug possession, you can take a moment to write your local representatives and urge them to address drug addiction of medical issue, and not a criminal one by. Any is this scary progressive line diverting funding from the police department and putting it towards social services. Yes, and and we won't get to political here, but I think that's an important thing is In a business terms, you should do what you you're good at and let us be good at what we're good at often, businesses will say you go. Do Your Core Compassi than you hire us to do our clumsy instead of trying to do it yourself and people who? Get it and want to get it said that as CDs cut funding cut funding, they got more and more on the police department, and so the ideas what we're trying to do is get back where OEM homeless problem. Give it to the police. You know we have you know. We have you know of mental illness problem elicit gives police versus actually funding the the programs you need, so I think that's a great, not only great choice, but a great. Actually, very nice. So. Mine goes way back. And when I! Was Right out of high school. I went to the theater and I saw the Buddy Holly Story. And with Gary Busey. And I realized there's a lot of. Untrue facts in the movie. But I remember. First off, it was the first time I'd really experienced buddy hauling music and was blown away. How good it was! one of the things unique about that is Gary. Busey and the other actors actually saying live when they performed, so they did not. You know they actually sang. The songs did this and in an I just love that movie and So it remains when I when I when it comes on TV or I, see it I watched it and I think it's aged well I think buddy, Holly's classic music and and there is a there is speaking of lack is matter. It's a true statement. When they were first radio. They thought they might be African American and so black, and so there is a scene where They opened the stage, three white guys. That in the black. A black audience is staring at him. and Gary Busey who plays buddy. Holly Goes We weren't expecting you either. And and they go straight into oh boy. So that's. That is my I. Just I love that movie. I love..
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"It's been really cool to listen to. It's also to me. Very. Great to see Bruce Still being engaged in social justice. I've lost. There've been musicians who in moments of great national trial haven't said anything aglow lot of respect for them, so I'm glad I don't lose respect for Bruce. Hello, everyone and welcome to a new episode of settlers, Bruce, your podcast all about Bruce springsteen his music, and mostly as fans. I am your host Jesse Jackson, but tonight we're not talking Bruce and Linda. My wife is like. What's his got to do with? Bruce has nothing to do with Bruce Excuse for me to talk to Bella so high Bella. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me back, Jesse I'm very excited. Yes, so in case this is someone I episode Total Garage Yourself. So my name is Bella I am a law student in Brooklyn New York. My Third Year of law school. Prior to that I worked in New York politics, and then I got tired of working in politics. I'm interested in making a career in reproductive rights, but specifically pro an abortion law. And other than that. I have a blog where I talk about. Politics, but mainly it's mostly been weird less. That's good. So I sent you by the way Bella has been on the show multiple times. She is a member of my rock and roll of by set. Listen Bruce Hall of fame because she's been on multiple times just truly one of my favorite people, so we're catching up a little bit, and then we're GonNa get to our topic, but I I sent you a link. Right that this lady who's going to be on the show and it was funny. I told Lyndon Chris I said I I may have found the perfect podcast guest. Like what do you mean I said well this. Singer songwriter does a Harry Potter Kinda. punk band Talk in the Oreos. And then she's written. A song called Mr Springsteen. and. She did a whole ep of West Wing theme songs. Linda said yes. That is pretty close to hitting all your niches. PODCAST guest made in a lab. She's not a doctor who fan, but. Yeah, it was Hilarious, and so I actually went to either spotify or band camp and I listen to the EP and and there were you know I serve at the pleasure of the president is when the lyrics talk about an I'm Elliot Bartlett. and. I didn't want to be like my dad. I wanted to be a doctor like my mom, and it's just so much fun so I'm excited about having her. I go I'm going to go and listen to that as soon as I didn't chance when you send it to me, but I'm GonNa, go also. have. To listen to our Harry Potter stuff, too, because I have seen several of those Harry Potter themed bands in Concert Now and they're pretty good. They are could be a lot of fun so and. I just recently to someone I was talking to on. socially through twitter I can't remember wench. Anyway. Someone was had made the point that they were They were her. Her Bio said I'm I'm black and I'm queer. And she was proud of it and I said Oh. I here's a podcast her. My good friend Bella picked Bruce springsteen's gays songs. You're. Never you tagging me, not like yes. Yes we have to. so you're staying safe and staying safe, so Kobe is starting to slow down a little league New York. I, think yesterday was the first day we were down to under a thousand hospitalizations. Yet, so we're not so much in Texas know you. Guys are rampant back up. Which is why New York is opening I thought. It was opening slowly, but we're already faced, too. Fast but now. Doubt the governor, and then it looks like according to an elected official very cool and also a former pumped musician. Looks like we're GONNA be in three by July six. Th and I think these three means in person shopping. Could very nice very nice. That was the first thing we did when we opened up. Is I did go to A. Great clips or something I, said now. I kept my mask on the whole time. They kept their masks the whole. Don and we got my haircut, so that's good. Oh, I, think. I'M GONNA. Be going out with a mask on until. Before, we we are going to get to our topic, but Have you been listening to Bruce's DJ sessions? I listened to be clip of the most recent one we're now. We're recording on June twenty fifth Be One where he urged the president to put on a mask. VS language I know Southgate media is a family hot gaseous. Yes, we are! I listened to that and I listened to think he did one that was racial justice focused buzzing area focus he did. you know some of the songs? He picked his strange fruit and the the Paul Robinson the The Nation I live in the I live in. I can't remember the title. is very strong, but. I. I talked to. Ron Mart Sousa comic writer and he was talking about. He wasn't surprised at all that as Bruce Stare storyteller that he could use that medium to share his words pick songs in to expressing motion insure a story. He said I'm not surprised though I, I am admire the fact the way he's been able to do this. It's been really cool to listen to, and it's also to.
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"About you. Know a friend of mine who will go unnamed. Protect me last night and she was like. I'm not voting in the New York crying. She was like. I don't want to vote for Joe Biden anymore that I have to and I was like and I respect that completely because also if Bernie's out like what is there to vote on the primary we already picked the guy but she was like I'll vote in the general voter Biden. Hold my nose but like to ask me to do it in. The primary is simply a bridge too far. Yeah and I do think as we get into just a little politics. I think what would help. That is his choice of a VP. I think is really going to be important and trip. Fangs it will be yes And I'm also curious to see how much the Bernie supporters will get on the Biden train and help. They never did the Hillary and so if they I. I'm hoping that You know you just need to show a picture of Ruth Bader Ginsburg go there you go. There's your vote right. I mean her Briars pretty old to route just because she's frail and she says she's very old but like the Orion spring chicken yes and you know the the youngest conservative on the benches Clarence Thomas but he yeah exactly so we want to do that But Yeah I wonder how many people showed up and help. I also wonder I think Biden runs a better campaign than Hillary but I don't know and I don't know what our campaign is GonNa look like. I don't know if you guys have heard this down in Dallas but in New York. They're talking about like this is not going to be the.
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"And see if he wants to talk to you so besides going to school what Is there anything else? You've been what you've been doing to track. Keep track your time any new music anything. You're doing that well so far while I was like analysts into one of my record records and my record question every day because my friend father recently like cleaned up all. I don't want this money Bob. Seger records and so I- received many of the cats off. Now I have multiple dire straits albums and things. I was like listen through those but I was doing that for a while. And then you know Kinda was like. Oh No guy. I don't know if the motivation anymore but hopefully helping to get back in it We've we've cleared out the DVR And so And so now we're kind of talking about what shows the binge and the look on This week I made a specific choice too often when I'm working from home Not permanently just like when I worked from home in the past. I'll have the TV on in the background and so it may take me three hours to get through an hour program but you know I get through it This week I did the same thing with some certain number. I'm like I'm just GonNa have a movie on if I need to take forever to watch the movie. If I think I've watched get in so this week I've done more reading between you know so I've not turned on the TV. Except that. When I get off work and I've just been reading I'm horribly. Yeah I'm so bored by all of my bucks. What are you reading? I've got so I read Harlan. Corbin's the boy from the woods is his new. Yeah Yeah It's really an interesting premise. The The you know the sky. This young boy was discovered living in the woods. And then you go forward to year. He's an adult And there's a a young teenage girl goes missing and then a In a teenage boy goes missing. So it's a mystery. It's pretty good and then. Oh Yeah I love love the Bat. Yeah so and yeah and if you haven't read much. Harlan Copen He's he's huge springsteen fan and all his books are really good and So and they do a routinely. Bill run them on sale for ninety nine in kindles. That's worth it so yeah I finished one Called more than this. Which has a very similar I. It opens the kid's death so you know he like he died within the first two pages just fair and the whole novel of a mystery. It was so good that I like I was like okay. I have to do other work and then I was like four. I could not do other work and finish this book and I sit until I finish it. Which was the first time. I felt like that about a book now. Very Long Time. Guess Okay. Very cool so Did you get to hear a bruce on East street radio because you get to hear his little DJ session? I'm access so unnatural act eastern radio. If I don't have serious okay I guess so right. Now they're giving you a free access to serious for thirty days but Everyone tweeted it was a very ECLECTIC playlist. That was really good In you know about it so yeah I'm sure it's available out there and they're gonNA be replaying it so yeah if you go to Sirius. Xm On your computer frequently replayed that. Yes absolutely and they will. They're letting you have A free sign on right now as in so many other things are It's been Kinda cool wall as many things that are depressing about this but it's also kind of cool the amount of entertainment that people have given for free. I mean musicians. Hey I'm just going to set up a facebook live and I'm going to sing and and if I will Ryan Bingham has every single day. He posts a video consult singing songs from his house. And that has been excellent. Don't tell my forensic psychology professor but when his lecture get kind of boring I just go and watch. Whatever Ryan Digging has really sat day? Yeah and We've we've seen tons of You know different Other Musicians and kind of talks Brad. Meltzer has been doing story times where he'll read one of his. I am books and just recently this week. Billie Jean King read I am Billie Jean King? Which was Kinda Cool? So adorable acids checking the night. Yeah I'm sure that's it's on the line you know. That's the beauty of these so So bill that it it has been nice to be Corentin in an era where there are there like entertainment on the Internet. Like if I were quarantined in Spanish lupines I'd go not yes absolutely absolutely I agree So one of the things that I don't know if this is healthy or not but Linda in I have gotten the habit of doing a trump press conference happy hour. And we do we do a drinking game where you're trying to build a drinking game or a Bingo Bingo. And so anytime he says like pets. Okay that's a job. That's a shod you know China and like the theories having himself on his back. We just go A lot of people said. Why do you good pitcher? That torture and I said well we're for doing it more out of entertainment and frustration. So that just you know you wanna be aware of what's going on but it's so horrible to listen to. You might as well try to make it fun absolutely so Any thoughts on as we've As we're recording this John Prime just passed away In Bill Withers to say nothing of Kenny Rogers. Any thoughts I had not warned you beforehand. So it's okay if you have no yeah I mean it is so all the doctor so very sad but I would be talking out of turn to you know pretend. I had huge connection to some of those artists except for bill withers I once Trust in drag and audition for the college all male acapella group by singing ain't no sunshine they But I have you know. It's been really interesting watching the corona virus and watching how the government has kind of responded to it and comparing and contrasting that from the AIDS EPIDEMIC. And looking at like wow. We really learned nothing from a horrible virus. That killed you know. Hundreds of thousands of people and caught America completely unprepared. We now have. We have to respond viruses and create epidemiology program that can provide a rapid response and truly have learned. Nothing like Nineteen eighty-one which is upsetting to realize. You always think government is like moving in the right direction. I had not thought of that. But if you could expand on that a little bit Bella. That's that's a pretty interesting thought. Yeah so It's been really my father was saying as he and my mom were. They were like talking. 'cause my mom went over to bring him homemade cloth map and they were talking. About how once again? They're watching Anthony. Fauci like be the adult in the room to Horrific public health crisis the differences. That now at least it's something. The president is willing to acknowledge and talk about even if he's downplaying the severity of it but just like in the nineteen eighties like his lack of action and he's misinformation has caught live particularly when he's about thing where he was like. I'M GONNA call it Chinese virus like no no. No no no no we learned that if you stigmatize a group of people you make it harder to get people to health care that they need so it's been very I mean. I didn't expect trump to be student of public health history. Like I course is reacting this way but it is surprising that no one after the AIDS epidemic was like what's the CDC a little more money so they're prepared when something like this happens the CDC some independence with authority so they can you know respond independently of the president when a public health crisis hits. No one did that. And we all just Kinda Salvador hands and we're like we're not going to have another epidemic. It's going to be fine but yeah it's it's it's an interesting point villa because you know. I've been sitting here I will also admit to when this first started coming up in you know in January and even in February someone at my new job came to me and said you know. I'm really worried about this. You Know Corona virus. And what are we GONNA do? And she was very anxious and I was Nice but in my mind I was rolling my eyes and going come on. You're you're your just being a little paranoid it's GonNa be okay and Fast forward a month later and I'm like holy crap now one of the things that I have. My new boss is very smart and And the owner of our company is very smart and And they both learned. They said you know they were watching a lot of Cnbc An Fox business where these leaders from the West Coast Seattle businesses. Were saying everything they did wrong and so he said we were able to build from him like he was planning. I work from home yet. He was planning to work from home like two weeks before. He's like it's coming. It's going to make us we're GONNA have to do this And so we were ready. You know almost you know we were starting this two weeks before our county Dallas County. Put a lock down. He was already started. He says I just know it's going to happen. out that would really. Smart. Yeah But in and what he Our boss in my new job is roadside assistance for RV. The World Yeah and so And as part of that membership is if you own an RV and you by a roadside assistance with us We throw in roadside assistance for your personal cars so so we get automobile and RV. People I've locked keys out. I've run out of gas. You know I'm my car stopped I need jump to. I've gotten a wreck and I need my car towed all kinds of things and so So David owner and he's had to town hall meetings and he's been He says I don't want you to worry. We have the financial resources to ride this out. cut and he says the reality is. I am more worried about when things go back to quote unquote normal. He says because I think we will be very busy. I think that Win this quarantine is lifted. People are going to want to get the heck out of dodge and also I absolutely not yet and traffic is going to be heavier than normal. So and we're always busy in the summer anyway so he says that you know we're just GonNa be really busy weedy to do everything we can in. That's been our mantra to okay. Let's train as much as we can. Let's remind people like sharpener skills so that when the flood gate opens were ready for it. Oh wow very prescient. It isn't it was. I'm I'm feeling really blessed. You know they're It it's it's it is a It's a very interesting dynamic. the other bonus My boss in his previous life worked on political campaigns and he mostly state campaigns local campaigns. I was GONNA say he's familiar with tyrod yes and And he mostly like he was He said he never was a party. Guy It was Oh Bella Pori is smart. She is someone. I agree with her politics. I want support Bella. Well that was an independent. I don't care I'm supporting bell. I'm not supporting the Democrat. I'm not supporting the republic supporting. Yeah and so So we've had very interesting discussions that I've never to a boss during the whole This when we were still we were still in the midst of all the caucuses and the primaries of totally never discussion. I've never had with a boss before and sleep probably good but because I only ever worked and it would be like neglectful of my duties I have had conversations with the boss like every day with one of my boss was start with him being like this. Zaken like twenty pickings. What do you think Hillary chances are now like? I don't know what I got your studio though but that was it. We would talk about and You know he He said he was a big amy. Fan and And he said that he thought Mayor Pete had just a few more years experience or just a little bit something he would go to our owner and say. I need leave of absence because I need to go work for this guy. I gotta say I respect him a lot. More for recognizing the lack of experience. That was one of the things that I I. I was like Pete me to drop out like immediately because every time I see him on stage husband a little closer to voting for him Which thankfully he dropped out before the New York primary and now I don't even know being your primary but neither here nor there but I'm I'm glad he's been pleased. Who is a mayor like? I J- I can't do that. That's not what this country needs. So I'm glad he recognized the like maybe you know when Pe- Bene- campaign and takes out jumping Indiana senator Gary something else at the place in the. I don't know who the other Indiana is but I would love to see Pete. Run against that Yes I would too but that was interesting discussion. And you know that. He he kind of recognized and saw that so We haven't had a chance now that we're all we're working remotely talking about the latest thing about you. Know a friend of mine who will go unnamed. Protect me last night and she was like. I'm not voting in the New York crying. She was like..
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Ryan Bingham has been every single day. He posts a video consult singing fong from his house and that has been excellent. Don't tell my forensic psychology professor but when his lecture get kind of Boring. I just go and watch whatever Ryan Bingham really sat day. Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of settlers thing. Bruce Your podcast all about Bruce springsteen music and mostly is fans. I am your host Jesse Jackson and joining me. Today is one of my favorite people. One of my favorite guests Bella. How're you doing Bella? I`Ma as good as anyone is. It's weird to ask people like how are you now? Because the answer is yeah Yeah I we were talking before. We hit record that You know this has been. This is the end of the third week that I've been working remotely Which is really strange. Because I had just started a new job and so My boss and I were talking about there. That was not part of the plan when he started me on February tenth. Like Oh yeah and within two months later We're GONNA be in a total lockdown and everyone we're working remotely right so it is a strange but you're there in New York so You know how're things going on? I know I asked you before him. But you know how's your circle of friends it. What what's the vibe there so I have been in quarantine since like March sixteen was when it finally and I. I really resisted the current president. Unfortunately but I was like. Oh God nobody worry like. I'm so sick of everyone. I know who panicking I. I am a lot of people. I know we're packing about corona virus and I was like none of the flu shot. You don't get to be worried about corona buyers if you didn't get the flu shot but so it's fine fine fine and then that you know that Sunday was the first time I started to get like ooh boy. I think not by like I think this is going to get a So I kind of went into quarantine starting on that That Monday and I have been in quarantine ever since. I have not had physical contact with someone since mid March. I like talk to people via the Internet. But you know you get the sense of the face to face conversation. I've had was with a woman in my building over laundry and is much human interaction. How are you getting food and groceries? I am so am I going to the grocery store but you know you keep a quick and you just talk to people and they only God thank you so much for working and you can But no I live about a twenty minute walk from the grocery store People like no one told Brownsville Brooklyn that there's a quarantine on like we have enough toilet paper. We're not running out of any food like No one talking. No-one panic buying. I should say and not gotten very helpful. It's good yeah that's got to be lonely We're we're I'm Kinda blessed. Chris had moved back home of last summer and was kind of saving money going to figure out what he was going to do next and so and he had just started talking about. You know maybe I'll find my own place. But in the meantime he's here and so he's working from home. Yeah I'm working from home not not anymore yeah yeah so We joke about You know in the front computer room where where I usually record my podcasts. Were Chris sets. I'm in the family room. The other half of the house like on a laptop and then Linda Portland is stuck in the living the bedroom. 'cause she's like. I you know I can't go watch. Tv in the living room. Because you're on call. Yeah exactly so We're we're okay but it is. It does feel a little crowded But at least we have interactions to talk to. I can imagine you know by yourself. You're Kinda okay. Well I'll I'll let me make my soup for one. You know the old. I don't remember if you remember Elaine Booze. Lers old gear go joke about that. Have say though I think I'd rather be Corentin. The loan then quarantined with like a roommate. I don't like good point till we can find blessing there because I'm like ooh. I've lived with people in the past in college and after college with people around like we were quarantined together. I think I'd lose my mind. Yeah so nice to be you know for that reason and You Know Bruce talked about that On his recent as recording this just a couple of days ago he did his. Dj set you know from the House and he talked about that. Both his sons are so low and are enjoying the solitude so Are you is school suspended or are you doing it remotely? No school is happening remotely and I gotTa say. I did not think that a seventy nine year old constitutional law scholar would be able to figure out zoom but he has done an amazing job he is still very much teaching our classes over zoom. He clearly hates it But he is doing an excellent excellent job and then my other professors are doing well too but I was just berry surprise. He's not gonNA make it. Yeah exactly very. He's very cute and sweet and he keeps sending us like very long email like notch just about constitutional law but about like. Today I was walking around New York looking thermometer and his email. They're hilarious and delightful and bring us all great joy but they all discuss him like walking around New York and Y'all emailing him being like Professor Rudenstine stop going outside very important like you have a lot of knowledge you yet have found a people. Please have your grandchildren. Pick up batteries for your mom gets exactly. That's Hilarious The I guess so When does this semester over Live May and they just recently announced that all of our popular pat failed semester. So they're not grading it at all. 'cause you know global pandemic yeah exactly Yeah changing the world. It's just very different I I can only imagine i. I'm podcasting elite more right. Yeah Yeah I'm I'm reaching out to a few people more than normal on podcasting because You know Lindmeyer watching TV together and doing stuff but We there's just so much other time available that well yeah. Why don't we visit right so the thing is now not commuting? I'm like wow. I really love time in the day to. Do you know Jesse.
"pori" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"We have one more show to discuss. reissue remastered <hes> on the series of ti-time with Terry episodes that were unsettling bruce in this is Bella Pori. Bella has been on the show multiple times she is absolutely wonderful. One of my favorite people and she was very eager to join tearing. I discuss thus her songs. What was amazing about? Bella is that even though she's only been alive <hes> enough to pick three songs she ended up picking six because she came up with a not only three pop songs but she wanted to do three Broadway tunes and <hes> thought what the heck it's our game so we'll make the rules up as we go. The other interesting thing about this episode is that this is a repeat <hes> Bella tearing I all recorded we talked for over an hour and then after the end of it I realized nothing taped <hes> that doesn't happen a lot aww but it does happen once or twice a year on me and so we had to reschedule and re <hes> record and of course nothing is the same <hes> because every conversation station takes its own twists and turns so this is <hes> the re recording it still came out wonderful <hes> of course it would with Belen Terry but it is kind of interesting that some of the stories she's telling us we we'd already heard and we were like Oh. That's interesting so anyway. Here is Bella and Terry and I discussing her tee time with Terry. This.
"pori" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"pori" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Advanced care plans, insuring yourself as peaceful the death is possible. Also means having a good honest relationship with your care providers. Tori, says those relationships can sometimes be made messy by a medical culture that aims to preserve life at all costs. Even when quality of life is being put in jeopardy because we're so hard wired to fix what we can secure and to lengthen people's lives. We lose sight of the complex interplay between organ systems, and how that influences someone day-to-day quality of life. And I think one way to change this would be for medical education to take more. Seriously, the need to introduce the idea that medicines obligation is not just to enable survival and to fix problems in organ systems. It's our main obligation as doctors is to enable wellbeing and to enable people to have the best quality of life possible. And sometimes that means saying we have reached the limits of what our therapies can do to help you and doing more technologically may be doing less for you as a human being Tori says that if a patient does reach the point the cure seems virtually impossible then it's time for that. Patient's doctor to be as honest and clear as possible the beginning of good care when we no cure is impossible begins with an acknowledgment that cure isn't possible. And I think we don't always do that in clear and explicit language and the importance of having that sort of conversation cannot be emphasized because it helps patients and their families to plan for the best case scenario and harder scenario. So I would say that the starting point for good care in the eleventh hour is really open clear compassionate conversation about the fact that we are in the eleventh hour, and whenever that time comes swear our lives have to come to an end the whole process can go all that smoother. If clear end of life plans have been made this will never be easy. But at the end of life is inevitable and both Butler and Pori say, it can be made peaceful. I think it's very important to bring in some sense of ritual or element of the sacred. However, you define that into this process. So don't be afraid to take over the room. Bringing LED those LED fake candles or flowers or photographs created a little altar on the bedside table. I've known if people do things like get someone moved out of dark ICU room and into a room with more light and fresh air. So the dying could be a more pleasant process for everybody involved. For more information about our guests as well as links to buy Katie Butler's book, the art of dying. Well, a practical guide to a good end of life. And Dr soon a book that good night life and medicine in the eleventh.
Josh Allen apologizes after offensive tweets from high school resurface
"You're listening to it's dan patrick on demand thank you this is fire fighter raphael pori at reminding you that every day portion of every firehouse subs purchase goes for helping first responders try the new me ruben loaded with hot pastrami sweet and tangy slaw melted swiss or limited time get a medium pastrami ruben for just six thirty nine firehouse subs joy more subs save more lives limiting for participating locations firehouse subs will donate a minimum of one million dollars two thousand eighteen firehouse subs public safety foundation by donating point one percent of every purchase broadcasting live from the mercedes am g men k so many parades clogging up the schuylkill expressway this is dan patrick welcome to the program eight cheer our one on this thursday tonight the nfl draft mike mayock coup had his final mock draft he'll join us coming up a little bit later on we were supposed to have josh allen the former wyoming quarterback on and i don't think he's coming on he was booked through courtyard by marriott but they don't have any control over this his agency ca which is the biggest agency you'll find they decided to pull their client from any of these public appearances radio or tv now we're trying to see if we can get him to join us in case you're just joining us on this story already in progress josh allen has apologized after offensive tweets from high school resurfaced the quarterback acknowledged the tweets to stephen a smith late last night and apologize saying he was young and dumb tweets no longer appear on his account however they were they contain racial slurs and other offensive language according to yahu sports the tweet cited by yahu sports were sent back in twenty twelve and twenty thirteen when allen was in high school he is supposed to be or expected to be one of the top quarterback selected in the draft and perhaps number one overall by the cleveland brown.