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Josephine Baker to Be Honored at Pantheon Monument in Paris
"Josephine. Baker was an american born singer dancer and performer. Who made her home. In france she became a symbol of the jazz age and roaring twenty s and one of her adopted country's greatest musical stars. Now she will be. Given one of france's greatest honors her remains will be moved to the pantheon mausoleum in paris joining other french. Icons like victor. Hugo marie curie and jean-jacques rousseau us after nearly forty thousand people signed a petition calling for the honor. Panetta's rosette is author of the book josephine baker in art and life and joins us. Now welcome panetta. Thank you carol. It's remarkable story Just being baker was born in saint louis and she moved france in the nineteen twenties when she was a young woman. What kept her in france. She stayed there to the end of her life young. What kept her in. France is france received her well and gave her a number of possibilities for performance so she started in the music. Call to make four feature films so to answer your question really briefly. France gave her the opportunity as it did for many african americans between the nineteen thirties. All the way through. I would say even in the nineteen seventies. It gave these people an opportunity to make careers that were not possible in a segregated united states
2 Atlanta police officers fired over use of force during protest, back on job
"Their jobs after being captured on video using a stun gun and the forcible arrest of two college students last May should be given back pay for the time that they were out, lawyer Lance Lynn Rousseau says. Atlanta's civil service Sport finds police investigators Mark Gardner and Ivory Streeter were wrongly fired without an investigation over alleged excessive force while arresting tonight a pilgrim in Masaya Young. They are feeling vindicated. They are anxious to get back to work, and Lou Russo contends when they are investigated, they will be cleared. It's unclear whether this decision affects the officers. Criminal charges. Fulton County's new D A just turned those cases over to the state Veronica Waters. 95.5 WSB Tony Bennett has Alzheimer's disease. The
"rousseau" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"This is a reading by jonas. A discourse upon the origin and the foundation of the inequality among mankind by jean jacques rousseau discourse second part section to it would be equally unreasonable to imagine that men at i threw themselves into the arms of an absolute master without any conditions or consideration on his side and that the first means contrived by jealous and unconquered men for their common safety must to run hand overhead into slavery. In fact why did they give themselves superiors. If it was not to be defended by them against oppression and protected in their lives liberties and properties which are in a manner the constitutional being now in the relations between man and man. The worst that can happen to one man being to see himself at the discretion of another would it not have been contrary to the dictates of good sense to begin by making over to achieve the only things for the preservation of which they stood in need of his assistance. What equivalent could he have offered them for so fine. A privilege and hattie presumed to exacted on pretence of defending them were not immediately received the answer in the apple log. What worst treatment can we expect from an enemy. It is therefore pass dispute and indeed fundamental maxim of political law. That people gave themselves chiefs to defend their liberty and not to be enslaved by them. If we have a prince said playa need to trojan it is in order that he may keep us from having a master..
"rousseau" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Rousseau introductory note jean jacques. Rousseau was born at geneva. June twenty eighth seventeen twelve the son of a watchmaker of french origin. His education was irregular and though he tried many professions including engraving music and teaching. He found it difficult to support himself in any of them. The discovery of his talent as a writer came with the winning of a prize offered by the academy of dijon for a discourse on the question whether the progress of the sciences and of letters has tended to corrupt or to elevate morals. He argued so brilliantly that the tendency of civilization was degrading that he became at once famous. The discourse here printed on the causes of inequality among men was written a similar competition. He now concentrated his powers upon literature producing two novels the new hellas the forerunner and parent of endless sentimental and picturesque fictions and a meal or on education a work which has had enormous influence on the theory and practice of pedagogy to our own time and in which the savoie advi car appears who is used as the mouthpiece russo's own religious ideas the social contract seventeen sixty two elaborated the doctrine of the discourse on inequality both historically and philosophically. It is unsound but it was the chief literary source of the enthusiasm for liberty fraternity and equality which inspired the leaders of the french revolution and its effects passed far beyond france. His most famous work. The confessions was published after his death. This book is a mine of information as to his life. But it is far from trustworthy and the picture gives of the author's personality and conduct no painted in such a way as to make it absorbing interesting is often unpleasing in the highest degree but it is one of the great autobiographies of the world during russo's later years. He was the victim of the delusion of persecution and although he was protected by a succession of good friends. He came to distrust in quarrel with each in turn. He died at or mennan ville near paris. July second seventeen seventy eight. Most widely influential french writer his age the savoyard biker and his profession of faith are introduced into a meal not according to the author because he wishes to exhibit principles as those which should be taught but to give an example of the way in which religious matter should be discussed with the young nevertheless it is universally recognized that these opinions are russo's own and represent in short form. His characteristic who'd towards religious belief. Vikings himself is believed combine the traits of to savoyard priests whom russo in his youth. The more important was the abi game whom he had known at turin. The other the by got here who had taught him at annency end of introductory note..
"rousseau" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I'm Pam Rousseau in a tweet, Joe Biden says. Jill and I send our thoughts to President Trump and first Lady Melania for a swift recovery overnight on Twitter, the president announced that he and the first lady had tested positive for the Corona virus. The president's positive result for covert 19 came after he spent months playing down the severity of the outbreak. The president and the first lady will now quarantine in the White House for an unspecified period of time, forcing the president to withdraw at least temporarily from the campaign trail. The White House did not say how long President Trump would have to remain isolated, but it cancelled his plans to fly to Florida today for a campaign rally. Fox Istan Decker, the White House says the president is experiencing mild Symptoms. People who have been in close contact with the president are getting tested, and that includes Joe Biden, the vice president and the second lady have tested negative. So has the president's daughter. Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, The health and human services secretary has also tested negative. Alex Hazaras, testifying at a house hearing on the virus. Investors could begin for a rough ride today is the Dow's thinks by triple digits. The president's positive virus test and the latest jobs report are fueling the declines. There were 661,000 new jobs created in September. Economists were expecting about 800,000. This is the first month since the job market started to recover that there were fewer than a million new jobs, fax, says Jessica, so loving unemployment rate did tick down to 7.9%. Despite the president's diagnosis, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee plans to press ahead with the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett for the Supreme Court, Lindsey Graham tells Reuters It's full.
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
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"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"Because that's where you that's for you bought and body yourself. That's what you get your values as you get your you know since a community all stuff and you have to realize that a lot of those things. It's just time to go into juice. Rav as well and i think we in some sense i think a lot of people had to go through that enough but in in your case Would you say it was more like I needed right now for my benefit or was more like i used to. Because it's suppose to writing to the which one is like. What do you mean you elevate yourself from who you were a couple years ago to your no i. I knew i needed it. I it was like my body literally telling me sonya. let's go. You know chop-chop you're doing your you're unconsciously going on the right path right but it's like a. It's like a baby. You know. I talk about that in my blog. One of the examples like you know when your baby is learning how to walk. It's gonna keep falling right but eventually you'll realize you know you'll start to see that your baby can finally you know crawl and then walk you know few steps and then finally just walk in and run so. It's kinda like that. In a way. I mean i was going down the right path but then it was like still Involving myself with just the wrong people so it was like a kept taking steps batter and then finally it was like that one little aha moment for me. It was like no. I have to quit my job. I have to get a new job. Let me do something that this is totally out of my norm. I mean sales. Has i've done sales. I guess in like when i worked in moscow this was more like in your face you know and it was blunt and it was crazy it was raw raw it was raw and then you know of course like we connected and i mean i didn't..
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"It's the personal responsibility. You need to say listen. This is this is me and when you go to that you notice how. How how even people were using your. How people were three you most importantly surround in family members. How they they disease you and you get detached from those things and you notice. I was this person. Because i was around. This kind of people in for me happens like that premie happened that i was becoming this person because i was around the by this kind of person detachment so and you know how how we just leave people. Because they're not a valid for me. I it sounds kinda kinda hard is true. I i don't have time to waste. And things are not even Even worthy of my image is even notice. When i was working how i deal with. A lot of. Businesses holiday was conversations not playing the almost of development bound. All sugar bonfire thing. I don't do that. I just go straight to the point and this is what it is. Is it good is about are we. Are we getting into our no does it. can you Can you refer to To station where you find yourself like okay so this is mine. I now can see the difference while i mean even even as we began today Right before i started the job where we met that was. That was just one weekend where i drank just way too much and i finally had enough. I finally was like know what catania you are. Not elevating you know. You say you're on this little spiritual ya path. But it's like you're still you being such a hypocrite. You're you're not doing. The things that are supposed to elevate you mean you're literally and i have. No problem was people drink. I mean you know we drink once in a while not now but you know before but in terms of like you want to heal yourself right but you're still gonna put yourself in the environment which got you sick so for me..
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"That's a medical standpoint on industrial comb the president in the depressive female. Yeah is it is very common. Very i have so. I knew so many people from bartending. Who just blatantly. Tell me you know or say i i have bipolar. I'm like wow like the fact that you just even telling me this. I mean i knew. Sometimes it came from a very kind of narcissistic way in terms of like you need to credit me. Because i have no problem telling people i'm bipolar and it's like you know a good for you that you can openly talk about that but i don't need to give you credit. You know you need to just work on that you know if you if you feel the need to tell people all the time. I have anxiety. Or i have bipolar. I mean that to me is very narcissistic. You know bring i. Don't mind talk you telling people in terms of like. Hey this really helps for me or hey you know what i actually do suffer from bipolar. But you know. I'm i'm seeking medical help. So why you say People saying eight for example. Let's see Different experts ouattara acres cassini. Just to let you know i'm bipolar. What do you think..
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"Does something else. That is mostly very active on. I think that's tested. That's a different. That's the difference. Yeah just to keep yourself active and not only slop salon in a rural mucus just eating potato chip all day in making. Excuse that because you're pregnant or even quarantine your i mean you know. I know we all definitely have been feeling the wrath of quarantine. But i had to tell myself to like i cannot allow quarantine and being pregnant and you know all the spikes of my hormones and emotions. Going crazy can't allow that to take over me. You know. I had to just say okay. If we can incorporate workouts or let's go outside for thirty minutes. Speak careful but we have to still have that routine. I think that's what's been really saving us mentally and emotionally in. I mean i know it's been saving in terms of routine style. You know it's easy to go to bed at three in the morning and wake up at two pm now but i the fact that we're on a routine when we get a lot of things done and we really creative with your time. It's been been racing them. The most important things when it comes to things like this are you. I wrote down a blog in april and march regarding the is a great opportunity. Time is the time for opportunity instead of just whining complaint Give a lot of stuff done. Get your tonky us. You know get stuff done and the worst the worst. You can go in a place in a moment like this to the victim because you never story when you're in the victim of you just wanting about life while a lot of people just go by in become become what they want in some instances I mean of course females. Are your main audience regarding The your blog on it seems like you. Follow the forms regarding pregnancy and their salona. The persian ghana's yeah. I follow a few facebook groups that i thought you know i would at least get some good feedback or in terms of like you know In terms of advice or something like that. But then i noticed that a few pages. And i fall. I ended up actually leaving a few brutal because i just couldn't take it anymore. It was just like one after the other of like you know relationships issues in terms of being pregnant or i hate my body or i don't know how to feel or gaining so much weight and don't get me wrong. Those things are all. i understand. I empathize with these women. Who are going through this and who may have more of a harder time. You know to deal with pregnancy. Trust me all these added on emotions and hormones. I mean it can really get to you. There's day sometimes where i'm just. I think you know. I used to be very impulsive in just kind of act out and now i have to be like okay. I'm not just doing it for me. I'm doing it for pablo. I'm doing it for my little. My little one you know i have to. I have to start now in terms of kind of managing my emotions But yeah i mean. I really feel for these women who in terms of like you know having to go on social media and kinda rant about very personal things i mean personal thing a lot of a lot of the but i noticed a lot of the things that you show me. Were very personal. Mary personnel so what can you tell. What kind of Kind of trade you you you can say is..
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"Not keep going on the doctors literally. Every time i go to the doctors. He's like what are you doing that. I can like tell other women. You know you're everything is just great you know. He calls me a scholarship. Which i love but i just you know it's just the momentum of working out and ultimately for me working out like my antidepressant have to or else i'll feel crummy and if i don't workout then it's like i know something's wrong more. Something's creeping up. That's negative. And but i have to kinda just nip it in the bud right there but ladies just definitely if you're not into working out or if you're just beginning and you're pregnant just take it real slow. You know definitely breathing as your biggest help on but just know to you know when you workout and you're pregnant. You're going to lose all of that little baby weight that you have like that you know. I follow a lot of fitness. Mom's pregnant fitness people on instagram and facebook in their an inspiration to me. You know it's like they don't they don't allow you know the even if flushes it. I mean i've had you know a few symptoms here and there but nothing crazy in. But it's like. I know that i can always it Trying to say like the next day. I can just bounce right back you know so i would just say just. Don't give up and having accountability partner. I mean we work out together which is great woke row between four to five times a week very good and most important thing we we get the our don like in our national side and i think what that and a lot of people beyond asking like she's having disag- nece- or this symptoms right now. She seemed like a pretty normal person. You know having a baby boy. It's like being a smooth sailing. I mean and. I think. I always tell her. Ssi part the because it seems like there's a common thread regarding pregnancy that people just lot of the ssi part..
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"The back is soon followed by the city. You can come back is is one of the things you can you serve klein and just take arrests but in any moment could be a can explode and then and then you start from zero again Cassini since you do june invest more time into industries portrayal now self developing a lot on noli self-development but now internal internalizing Block posts and stuff like that. What can advise. Can you give people. They're having trouble to just move things around light sorry to they start makeup block. Poll backup block for example. You are you doing currently and just move four. I would say i mean writer's block israel But it's like you can't allow that to be an excuse. I mean it's like you know. Write down those ideas and just be creative. I mean there's there's times round. Like i don't even know what to right so i'll look up like hey some spiritual you know topics to talk about or you know. Listen to motivational compilations in the morning. And it's like something that i heard. It just goes off in my head. Yeah and i know. If i don't write it down right in there i'm gonna lose it so i've been trying to get more focused on like okay if i if i feel a spark of creativity i need to write it down and even if i don't write a whole blog rate than in there As long as i know kind of like that topic that i wanna discuss. I know once i come back to that and i sit down and i get all that emotion into my writing bam crazy chrissy chrissy. How only action the action portion of it. I do my block. I'm a less aggressive than you. Elise cry six or seven week. I i just do might to three in the week. But the action's there are hard to take action. I don't wait for for things stuff like that..
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"By the way about you. I was about down the family in the community. Yeah tell me a little bit of coming even believing in new york to new york city so coming from long island i mean you know everyone is saying hello to everyone. It's hey neighbor how you doing you know when we moved in our neighbors were so welcoming and you know asking to borrow the salt and all that stuff and we just developed a relationship with all of these people in on our block and it was beautiful. I mean i still talk to some of my neighbors till this day Which is amazing. Because you don't really when. I came here when i came to the city. You know and i would say good morning to people on the train. They would just gave me the death stare. I mean i was like. Oh wow okay philly energy But it was. It was kind of a. It was a shock. Definitely coming from you know the hey neighbor and you know everyone is. I mean me and my dad we go to the bagel shop and sometimes the old guys who'd be there you know every day they pay for your coffee and your vehicles now and then here you just try to wave in say good morning and people want to you know look at you like they wanna kill yours crazy. He's the. I think the sense of lack of community. So you don't have privacy community to pry for your neighbor. You know pry a lot of things i think. I spoke about this in one of my blocks regarding the prime importance of pride. Is you come from a man which is more important will say the the sense of community and buildings community which gives you you know. They're understanding why we need to protect your home unity. You have nothing about that. Even though i was living in milwaukee we both live in milwaukee. They're still essential prime giving in some small city..
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"Have it that bad you know. And then it makes you feel good because again. It's like people love to relate. People wanna feel like that. Their problems are not as big as the think they are. It's like unleaded alone in this in the process you know so just reading those books especially when i was in a really low point It definitely just kinda woke something up in me you know. And then one day planting a seed. Yeah definitely planting a seed on and yeah just you know may a love. Just love reading her you know. I haven't really read a good book in a while. We definitely need to go to the library or something but Yeah just reading is for me. Definitely a good excape into the the sense of like the mind. Even you know. I'm very sensitive in terms of like you know what i read or what i watch i used to watch a lotta like darcom like serial killers and trust me. I love that stuff. Because i like to learn the cycle psychology behind. Which is very intriguing. We spend hours in criminal minds. And what was the jeffey dominance in the interesting thing. Is that buber. Both fascinated by the psychology was behind an action which in some in some terms. It is burning interesting because they has to be A retail why these people commit such actions against all the people and you will say that because of a chemical have been triggering the brain or could be the reader reality humans ms. We'd be like this. We we have been like this for centuries i mean. I'm really big on the whole like diving. Into someone's past in terms of like dino. The environment they grew up on our their parents that you know the people they they surrounded themselves with. I mean you know if you want to dabble into the serial killer part. It's all of these. People just have come from broken homes. Have that same repetitive pattern. That's how people psychologists instead of kaya trysts can kind of detect you know the certain triggers in these killers because they all have the same type of attributes You know And i loved reading that stuff with an. I noticed that my mind would go into like not like a dark place but i would have nightmares. I get really Sensitive and emotionally charged up. And i kinda had to realize like okay what i'm putting in what i'm feeding. My mind is so important. And i think that's why i've kinda now stepped away from the whole serial killer and true crime and into they you know spirituality and motivational type of you in this mall mouth things like that. Can can be affected. Because it's still information that you're putting your brain even though you thing is dot is very homeless. I mean unless you're efi aging stuff like that were. They know they have to do the job that study distinct and they can emotionally detached tax. Which isn't very important. Yes key because bean emotional. The detached a lot of things even negative negative things Is very hard is harder to be detached from negative thing than positive things because it's for white painter unique small drop in a black painted yesterday just to just Destroy the entire paint. So i understand that point end in some regards to family thing ryan. We live in new york. And you know how you can censor done the sense of community that nico family also is very rare in the city. I'm nothing all in the suburbs because the suburbs more is more prevalent and more permanent since you are very are isolated from cities and thinks. Dan nature We went to your your dash boats and we see that community or family kind of thing and that was very very interesting thing which is what..
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"Let's say or when they want help. I mean i kind wish. I got more of those but I would say you know. They say they thanked me. And they say hel- while at and realized like you know the all the problems that you have and you know. I had a few people just even say. Listen i appreciate you know you being vulnerable in your blogs and you being honest about you know your everyday struggle or you know i over think things and you know just just being real with the people or whoever reads my blog. I mean it's one thing to it's like when i look back i have to be real with myself like wow. I really felt like that in the moment or okay. This is how i sell sue. And maybe i'm doing that right now but i need to you now so i mean i just appreciate the feedback all together. You know even even if people are you know sometimes like oh. That's not how it should be but you know everyone has their opinion. At least you put it out there. Which has things very important. Yeah i mean. Sometimes i'm a criticism or just engagement for all the people important people just investing time. And what you're doing wishes something. That seems easy but sometimes not since you had to expose some try some type of trigger now this posing. Some triggers is not easy because people do this. I where they want invest time on that trigger. Not like i say this is a person that you like. I should spend time with or actually not in terms selfless say I know that you'd be more into the You know more into the enterpreneur areas and stuff like that. You've been trying to get yourself more into more independent More of course in the cell development we we we love of course and how can you can you can you say the reading. And blogging us. Help you in terms of your brain I mean i've been reading ever since i was little mom. I know like. I was adopted so i was adopted when i was two and a half so my parents always said you know i loved. Even if i didn't understand the english words in the book was like. I love touching. You know the photos and you know just kinda like skimming along you know. When i got to the age where i could finally reading right in english Yeah just love to read and it was kind of like in a way to escape. Especially when i noticed i was kinda falling under or you having a little bit of depression moment. I would just redes- self-development book or a memoir. And i would just think like wow..
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"It's funny because i started this blog right before we found out we were. I was pregnant. So i just really wanted to like i know blogging a lot of people blog or vlag. They talk about their life and their everyday activity. And i think that's great. You know. I wish i could blog But i'm still kind of camera shy but I just wanted to really write about to inspire others into kinda lake you know. Of course. I always talk about my personal experiences where they were negative or positive or just kind of like a inspirational thing but The whole context behind it was just like really inspiring others in in just showing you that like us everyday people gold basically do the same thing we still. We all have the same type of emotions and you know. Maybe i didn't go through the same thing you did or vice versa. But it's like the feelings are there and you know. I just want to help people. I really just want to help people. That's always kind of been my little motto. And even now that. I you know i read my blogs. You know even when i get kind of under the weather sometimes and i'm just saying wow i wrote that you know like If i have so much potential to write that to others like why can't that sparked something in me to change even more than i already am you know. Know what kind of topic is thing You see people engage more when you go through your block post Definitely when i. When i told everyone i was pregnant That was a big one Now that we know we're having a girl a lot of people were like. Wow is crazy But i noticed the ones when i dabble more into the spiritual part late the manifestation or I just wrote a blog about how to self soothe yourself through having anxiety three shelter. Can you speak. can you talk about doug a little bit..
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"You could tell was definitely different. And we spoke in. He was like. Hey you have great energy and you know i really feel like you would Contribute so much like my little spirit family community that he had going on and he hosted ceremonies with his woman. Thinking what i'll try it out. I'll you know i'll be open minded about it and i went and it was like i took you know my whole self with me in it was like a roller coaster from there but it was such a great experience and You know i'm not. I don't obviously go to ceremony anymore but You know. I try to do my things here. And there meditate. You know My affirmations yeah just and then through writing. That's kind of my spirituality. And how i get creatives busy like youth more urinal exactly which is a lot of thoughts now the scenes of course that has contributed a lot to to the times that you'd be involving in acuity. And how you see it has been the transition since you being already in this world where you want to just become a better person but then also you think going back you say oh. I used to be the person own. How much how much i have changed for the last year. Old saying you be husband. The although i mean it's crazy to just even look back on on a year from now. I mean a year from today crazy. How much of a. I guess a bad space. I was in you know and thinking last year that i wasn't in that i was in a good space. But now it's like you know when you reflect back on your years and your passing even a few months. It's like wow how how much i've grown in. How much change in how much you know taking that personal responsibility taking that leap faith in looking yourself in the mirror. And say hey. I've been the one really holding back you know as i think..
"rousseau" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast
"Hello guys this is paula. Gabe reese here on the host of the music podcasts. Today's very interesting episode. I always we have casino. Russo from the Cassia roussel blocked bolts. So i make sure that you go to our Little ghoul radio apple. Podcast spotify pandora. And just make sure the share the content also make sure you wanna make sure that we're part of the newsletter. You can go to uncle dot fm slash pfm usa memory puzzle today episode number fifty eight. We guess her name is kissing alina russo. Which is fine woman partner into this because the guests guessing.
Oil Prices Close 15% Higher On Record Trading Day Due To Risk Premium
"Will do oil. I I guess because because both the US benchmark West Texas intermediate it's called and the global indicator known as Brent crude ended the day up just shy of fifteen percent but here's the deal there is plenty of oil on the shelves as it were Saudi. Arabia has got some the US and other countries have their own reserves. There is supply to meet demand demand those higher prices then reflect something that maybe we ought to get used to talk about in global energy markets. Something called the risk premium from Washington marketplace's marketplace's. Scott Tong gets is going to some analysts oil buyers and sellers have been kind of asleep to energy risks in the Middle East in the past month tankers were attacked and pipelines pipelines were struck not much reaction until Saturday strike in Saudi Arabia says Halima Croft at RBC capital markets the market was very complacent place it about the degree of risk in this standoff involving Iran and the US allies and the RIM now. I almost cannot say how serious ethicist Saturday's apparently surgical strike on this essential artery creates one of the biggest disruptions ever to world supply jean-francois says neck at the Atlantic Council Council think tank says the attack warns oil markets that whoever targeted this fortified facility could hit it again the three different rings of defence and Al Qaeda never managed to past the first one I would imagine and that's the big surprises that they would be protected by Patriot missiles and they have not another risk is how long the Saudi facilities stays off line for the next three or four weeks. There's plenty in reserve but for a world that drinks one hundred million barrels of oil every day that cushion could go quickly says Jacques Rousseau at clearview energy partners. You know if this starts to drag into next year the world will have taken down their inventories. He's very substantially if world supply is still short then oil pump prices could double by some estimates and that's the new risk built into the higher price of oil what some call the Gulf premium on Scott Tong for
"rousseau" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Is class of people that have been in before ANC Aaron Ozzie Smith just to name a few. So congratulations to Danny Sheridan going into the mobile, Alabama hall of fame. We congratulate Danny and his wife Linney and the whole family because it's a very big honor. And we'll be thinking about Danny tonight as he is enshrined. We're also thinking of you today. No, Danny Sheridan like we had last Friday. But we'll salmon talking about Joe Moorehead's first year, Tom green. On how you ended up with a color and his last name could have been blue or Brown or silver or gray or black? But he got green and Ralph Rousseau whose last name ends in vowel. My name does not. But we say Hello to you on this Thursday yesterday. We had a crazy day. Let's can we talk what they say. In the trade. We had a good show going lot of important gas. And then a hockey fight broke out with the artist formerly known as Jim from Tuscaloosa ended up getting so crazy that we put a poll out, and I have not checked lately. Guys to see how the polls doing but Jim was trailing badly. We went off the air has anything changed overnight. No still the same. Seventy five percent of the audience. Does not want him to call back. Twenty five percent say he is necessary. John you're here yesterday. I saw the poll though, did you vote did vote. I'm in the minority. I for gym. Well, you know, I just figured if we're going to take calls for morons like Joan red bay. Bam Nick, we might as well open the phone line. Anybody? Fair fair. I mean, we we got Jim. Jim's a lightning rod. We all know that. I mean if you had to. Remember before you guys were born. There was a show back in the seventies called the gong show. Did Jim Collins I've heard of it famous show famous. So my question to you guys is in. I don't know how many how many of these we use day. But if we put a ban on a caller, I don't want lifetime. Maybe for for the day. Who would who would your first number one take age on getting suspension? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I if I had to suspend somebody right this second. That's that's a great question. All my head all say Joan red bay was. Joe from red because he's one of those classic callers that dish on Twitter and say how terrible the show is. And then he'll call and suck up to you. Out of both sides of his mouth, just like bam. Nick. He does the same thing. He would be he would get the gong. Okay. We got those two Adelaide G Bama fans, and you're right about that. They are. There. Yeah. I don't read as much Twitter. Maybe you do job. But. You're going to say something. I mean, that's one thing. I'll give Jim credit for. But that's right. He comes in. And he comes after you won't do it. He trashes the show on Twitter any trashes your show right here. Consistent consistency is key. No problem with that at all. But, hey, if we're start holding these callers to higher standards, I think that we come up with some sort of drop, you know, it's. Whether it be Lou the gone finding gong maybe that we can just. Suck a lemon. I mean, we could use that as well. Options so many options Danzi up in Bristol. He can drop something on them. Like that Paul. You know, what we can just you can take off camera..
LeBron James can only blame teammates so much after another bad Lakers loss
"Remember when I was pointing out all the Braun problems on defense. And that he just basically it wasn't that. He didn't care. It was that he didn't care any blamed other people for defensive lapses when it was his fault. And then I had all these Cleveland people come after me that actually covered the team. And it's weird when? Like media members come after you. And then I realized that you're just like you have no credibility whatsoever. And I can't even believe somebody credential credentials you to the stuff if you can't watch the game and see that he didn't play defense. So last night and into today. This was a remarkable these are new worlds new waters. However, you want to phrase it that we were entering because before when LeBron didn't play defense, or is indifferent or played against the worst offensive player that was a wing which has been doing now for two years. He's been doing this for a long time. He started off the season bad with LA. Nice little stretch since he's come back. He's been indifferent. He doesn't even get back. Sometimes he's been doing this for awhile. And when you look at his final stat line against Memphis. You like, oh, what are you talking about Rousseau? He's incredible. Again. That's how good he is. That's how good he is that he can actually put together these incredible games. But there's certain games the game against Philly, whereas final stat lines little bit better. Because it was almost like he was rushing to get to the end this never mattered because whenever he was doing in Cleveland, they still were threatened east. They came out of the east every single time. But this is. Is the rule? The number one rule all the stuff that we do if you win games. We don't really care. And when you lose we care and now the Lakers are outside of the playoffs. And with the remaining schedule looks really tough. I still think that this Lakers thing being disasters bit overblown because had he been healthy. And they have a better record during those eighteen games. He's off you. They're still in the mix certainly a playoff spot. Maybe not the four seed. But now that this is happening. And it's like wait is LeBron gonna miss the plastic, dude. He's going to miss the playoffs. And then it's gonna turn into like how many people can we blame here who are we going to blame? But to see him spotlighted on Twitter last night in get up this morning. And then everybody acting like this is new it does make me feel like I'm the best person listen to so you're welcome. But nobody was really doing this. Nobody else is really talking about it. And that's just my point is none of this changed except that they're not winning games. So to point this out like outlook what lebrons doing now? This isn't new this isn't new folks he's actually been better defensively for stretches with this year than he was last year with Cleveland, he was terrible last year with Cleveland, and if he wants to pay himself and it works and they get to the NBA finals. That's awesome. But I just this is a this is a great another great example of playing the results, which is something we all do I do it sometimes too. But with this LeBron thing, it was really funny watching the shows studio stuff this morning, going, wait a minute.
The Brilliance of Amazon's Homecoming Series
"All right. We are back. We're talking about homecoming season one. I mean, I don't even know if there's going to be a season two, but with homecoming new show in Amazon it's directed by front of the pods. Same as mail. It's a based on a podcast from allied Horowitz. And Michael Bloomberg that was Gimblett couple years ago. And the the podcast major parts were played by Catherine keener, voiced by Catherine keener, Oscar Isaac and David trimmer in the Amazon television show version of it. We have a show starring Julia Roberts, which I never thought if you told me ten years ago that Julia Roberts will be on an Amazon show. Just really confused two thousand eight me. Julia Roberts, Bobby volley. Hey, chris. Yeah. I've got a couple of other. Chris would really yeah. Yeah. I know we can get say that for for next next episode way to tell him podcast go. Yeah. So we have a home. Julia roberts. Stephen, James, Bobby, volley and shea Wiggham among others. And it's ten episode show ended I talked a little bit about it as a preview last week. So we're just gonna talk about the first five episodes today in the second five the the back half of the show on Thursday. So there will be spoilers. Yes. There will. Episode boilers mandatory, pineapple optics Redwood, and helping the episodes we're talking about and everyone here are the usual caveats. You should know that I'm recording this from s milk work right now. Yes, we're all the people Chris mentioned except for Julia Roberts J William or ended office right now having a meeting I think about season two. I am clearly an untrustworthy voice. But I do think it's noteworthy television show. And I am eager to talk about it. But understand you take all take the bucks, kosher salt. You have in your kitchen and just pour it all over whatever device used to listen to this podcast on. Yeah. Well, we so I feel like we just talked a lot about sort of the extra curricular things around television show with Walking Dead without actually talking about Walking Dead. So I wanna start rather than talking about the impact this show has had or what it means within the Amazon ecosystem or whatever logistic about the show itself. How's that rate? You you you leave me there? Okay. Again, not trying to blow smoke up SAM's ask. But I am really in all of what he pulled off here. Because forget I actually didn't listen to the podcast. So I can't even speak to what it must be like to adapt. What is essentially this? This long form audio story for TV. I can't I can't evaluate what I think he's done here. And we talked a little bit about. The effectiveness of the half hour thriller drama, and how that gave us kind of like remixed are brainwaves a little bit. It kinda kinda got wires crossed in a way that was really exciting. Because you're basically, I think when you're watching television show that takes at least an hour, and you know, it's drama, you kind of your your mind knows that there are going to be these peaks and valleys these lulls, you know, how they're setting things up around the three five x structure, you kind of have a feeling for how you're watching these shows if you're watching Ozark if you're watching hunting and Phil house, if you're watching a sharp objects there is of no matter how different these shows are there's a vibe to them. And there is a a tempo that comes along with an hour long show by compressing the drama and tension into anywhere from twenty seven to thirty one to forty one minutes. Sam's kind of manipulating your reactions. To the story. And the story itself is not I don't find it to be that complicated. It's not that Abrahams e it's not that mystery box. Obviously, there's a lot of central mysteries. But what I think he's done here is taking seventies paranoia cinema. Which is something that a lot of people like to reference, I think famously Andy always joked about how the Rousseau's talked about the influence of like all the president's men in parallel view on winter soldier. And we joked about that..
Bob Evans farms recalls sausages that may contain plastic
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Man arrested after crashing truck into Dallas TV station
"Desma. I am Ralph Rousseau AP college football writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football podcast available on apple podcast and podcast one. While there be sure to subscribe Rayton review. That's the AP top twenty five college football podcast.
Disney World proposes boosting minimum pay 46 percent
"The list of German cities when it comes to bad ankle Lizzy Seuddeutsche on newspaper, is reporting the, administrative court believes jailing officials may be the most effective way of, forcing the Bavarian government to enforce emissions counting measures, despite, heavy fines Bavarian officials who refused to impose measures meant to improve air quality such as limiting the use of diesel vehicles playwright Neil Simon master. Of comedy whose hits included the odd couple barefoot in the park and is Brighton Beach trilogy who dominated Broadway. For decades, has died his longtime friend Bill Evans says Simon passed away from complications from pneumonia
President Trump, Mark David Chapman and Peter Dutton discussed on 24 Hour News
"Of Texas shares the same name on. Twitter with Australian liberal party member Peter Dutton who is vying to become the country's next prime minister the Texas businessman, says he wishes the people of
Korean Families Reunite in Emotional Meetings in N. Korea
"Hundreds of elderly Koreans have tearfully said their final goodbyes at the end of rare. Reunions between relatives separated by the. Nineteen fifty through fifty three Korean war a couple of hundred South Koreans and their family, members have returned to the south after a last meeting with. Their North Korean relatives at the north diamond mountain resort many of the South Koreans were war, refugees who reunited with the siblings or infant children they left behind many of whom are now into, their seventies a second round of reunions will end unsung day
U.S. deports accused former Nazi guard to Germany
"Released on bail a day after four land rights activists were. Pardoned and freed from prison they, worked for, US funded Radio Free Asia and they were arrested last November charged with undermining national security by supplying. Information to a foreign state there were. Also charged with, producing pornography after police said they found. Pornographic images on their computers they faced possible prison terms. Of up to fifteen years their attention had been sharply criticized by rights groups and journalists associations the southeast Asian press alliance, called the charges against them a direct assault on freedom of the media and designed to. Frighten other journalists into. Silence Two goats found roaming along the subway tracks in New York City are now living with former daily show host Jon Stewart a train. Operator on Monday alerted headquarters
Vatican Calls Abuses by Pennsylvania Priests ‘Criminal and Morally Reprehensible’
"Another clergy's sex abuse scandal, that was allowed to go on for years is rocking the Catholic church AP's Tim. McGuire reports the Vatican is expressing its shame and sorrow over the latest scandal the Pennsylvania grand jury report detailing the sexual abuse of at least a thousand children by priests since the nineteen, forties as seen as a moral catastrophe by pope Francis in the Vatican spokesman Greg Berkeley father knows this can shake the faith of the people in the pews Burke says the priest responsible. For, the assault and the church leaders who protected them will be held accountable meanwhile the US conference of Catholic bishops has called for a formal Vatican investigation of former cardinal Theodore. McCarrick and allegations. That he engaged, in sexual misconduct with children and adults
Vatican Calls Abuses by Pennsylvania Priests 'Criminal and Morally Reprehensible'
"The Vatican is expressing its shaven sorrow over the latest scandal the Pennsylvania grand jury report detailing, the sexual abuse of at least a thousand children by priests since the nineteen forties as seen as immoral catastrophe by pope Francis in Nevada spokesman Greg Berkeley father knows this can shake the. Faith, of the people in the pews Burke says the priest responsible for the assault and the church leaders who protected them will be held accountable meanwhile the US conference of Catholic. Bishops has called for a formal Vatican investigation of former cardinal Theodore McCarrick and allegations that he engaged in sexual misconduct with children and adults
Musk tells newspaper he's cracking under stress of Tesla job
"Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the stress of the job's getting. To him as AP correspondent Warren Levinson reports Musk's that in an interview works rattling his nerves, in Friday's New York times must confess as the challenges of the last, year have been personally draining he, says he's been working a hundred twenty hours a week and. Taking Ambien it's either Ambien or no sleepy tells the times he claimed in a tweet, last week he, secured the money to take tesla private an announcement that, caught the company board, unawares and may have prompted. A federal investigation musk dismissed rumors the boards looking for an executive to, take some of the pressure off him but he added if you have anyone who can do a better job they can have
Google clarifies its language about Location History settings, but there’s still room for improvement
"An expert in homeopathy and physician to the Queen police say the truck driver has been questioned but not arrested Fisher was one. Of several doctors appointed to the Royal household Buckingham Palace said Thursday that the. Queen had been informed Turkish media is. Reporting that treasury And finance minister bet. Al-barrak has told international investors the Turkey can come. Out of the car in currency fluctuation stronger than. Ever I'll bet ach toll thousands of investors. And a teleconference to update them about the state of the economy private TV
'Heartbreaking': Glacier fire destroys homes, historic National Park Service buildings
"At least nine homes and cabins in. The historic, district, of Montana's glacier national park have been destroyed in, a wildfire that raged through the. Parks busiest area hundreds of visitors had to be. Evacuated park officials say the loss buildings include. The so-called big house at Kelly's camp which was a resort developed early last century serving auto travelers along glaciers famous going to the sun road glacier, conservancy executive director Doug Mitchell says it's a. Gut punch to. Lose some of the park's icon
Global boom in taste for octopus squeezes market as prices double for trendy cephalopod
"Octopus is becoming a victim of its own popularity whether it's spiced in. The Spanish style all sliced is Japanese sesame octopus prices have, about, doubled in the past two. Years global boom in, appetite, for the mollusc this year has been, hard with low catches in major producing countries like. Morocco and, Spain the price of. A regular size locally called octopus has risen from about seven years to fourteen euros per kilogram the price is typically somewhat higher in other countries like the US the don't specialize in its fishing the food and Agriculture Organization say. Prices are expected to continue to grow as demont has risen in all major markets meanwhile catches have been. Limited even in the biggest producing countries Morocco or a Tena and. Mexico some scientists. In Japan Spain a working on techniques to form octopus but they're not yet ready for commercial
Tesla forms three-member panel to decide on any Musk proposal
"And serious injuries are being reported after a bridge collapsed on a main highway in the Italian city of Genoa it happened during a sudden. Violent storm cars were sent. Plunging, about eighty meters are more than two hundred and sixty feet into a. Heap of rubble below, a car crash as that of, London's parliament's being treated as terrorism the driver has been arrested police say three people were, hurt when the car plowed into, pedestrians and cyclists please inequity for say a couple dozen people have died and several others have been hurt when a bus overturned on a highway near the capital the Colombian-registered bus hit another vehicle early Tuesday President Trump's. Calling his former advisor Omarosa manigault Newman a dog Trump's tweeted a barrage of insults