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Kyle Rudolph signs with Giants
"How. 'bout kyle rudolph chris. I mean i thought that was a terrific signing but now it's not a say no some saying it's sort of similar to this although the giants have not did not get caught yet signing player that now might need surgery as they did some some looking to medical. Know how you know how it is when they were. They doing it to hurt. Don't go actually. I actually saw it as as a quality. Signing what do you think happens there with. Kyle rudolph and the giants depends on. How comfortable rodney barnes and the rest of the giants. Medical staff is with his foot and if they get to a place where the player in the team can be on the same page moving forward then. I think it makes sense. I love the idea of karl. Rudolf part of that offense and having tight end set because that allows ingram to do more of the things to them being detached from the formation being more of a slot receiver than an inline end. And karl rudolph can be that guy. That's in the middle of the field reliable target big body guy. He can also help you capture the edge in the run game. Those are things that joe judge is interested in that position. So i like the idea of car rudolf. But it's got to be healthy if he's not healthy than million dollars. A year is a lot for player of his era.
NYPD investigate suspicious letters sent to New York City schools as 7th incident reported
"Investigating the latest incidents of suspicious letters being sent to city schools, tops recalled to Rudolf Steiner school on the 78th Street on the Upper East Side at 11 P.m. on Friday. Staff member discovered a white letter envelope with pattern inside. It was the seventh incident reported since Thursday, just hours before a suspicious envelope with white powder inside was delivered to River Park Nursery School on Amsterdam Avenue at 94th Street. Each envelope had a U. S flag stamp and a hand written address in block letters. Officials say the powder turned out to be non hazardous. Paul de
Is It Safe for Schools To Reopen?
"Zeke emanuel is the crazy brother of crazy rem. He is a doctor. You may recall. He wrote off a citizen's if he were here i would ask him if he had a problem with the policies that were put in place by cuomo and whitmer and pritzker and rudolf and all the rest of by putting covert positive patients in nursing homes. Since he had very inhumane take on senior citizens not that long ago. I wonder how old he is now mr producer because if he reaches a certain age by his own standards a drag on society but he was on the morning schmo show with willie geist which comes from jupiter island or jupiter florida which perfectly fine. Just don't be liars about it but they can't help it. So zeke manuals on there on the morning schmo show and this is how it went cut to go. Where are you on schools right now. I mean the story of new york and other places is that the ones that have been open since the fall or have phased in their opening have been incredibly healthy places. There has been incredibly low. Transmission rates isn't that sort of a case. Study that school opening has been safe and that it should happen across the country. I absolutely agree with you. Willie and i have been on this actually for months and months and months you can open school safely. The data are pretty overwhelming I have argued that we should put teachers at the top that they're essential workers That you can have kids wear masks. It's a controlled environment. You can space them off. You can have open windows and keep the ventilation going I advise a number of schools to do this. And it's been very very successful. So the data. The scientific data says open the schools. You have florida and some other states that have opened the schools. So you have real life data and yet fao. He's out there and we need to change her h hvac systems
Herbaria with Director of the William and Lynda Steere Herbarium, Dr. Barbara M. Thiers
"An honor to have you. How about we start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do. Okay name is barbara tears. My title is patricia k. Holmgren director of the william. Linda steere herbarium of new york botanical garden herbarium. The garden is the second largest in the world. It has almost eight million specimens and it has been in active force implant research. Since in founding the institution the late eighteen eighteen hundreds. And what we do there is we add specimens to this survey. Remember here we also make them available as loans or as we allow people to come visit. And we also are digitizing the specimens at a fairly fast clip with thanks from funding over the last decade. Or so actually more from the national science foundation. So that's my job. I have a staff about thirty people and one of the things i do in. That job is a fair. Bit of public outreach. In the way of giving tours of the herbarium over the years to writing people local students to the general public houses. Our collection isn't like a museum in that it's open to the public. The this all behind the scenes so we let the public in occasionally but really just for a few days at a time and also then for people who might wanna help right about or support our herbarium. So it's through really through the the the tours that i'd given over the years that i began to really think about the herbarium and how to talk about it in a way that would interest people because on his face. It's a collection of dead plants and it doesn't sound very exciting however i've been really heartened that Especially in recent years. Maybe with a heightened understanding or appreciation of the environment of worry about climate change that. There's been a lot of people have been a lot more interested in this aspect of science. It's not the glamorous part it's where we store the research results you know that others have published upon and we have to store them forever. it's never ending. They absolutely have to be maintained. Forever and It's it's hard to do that. It's hard to keep the funding to keep the staff. It's hard to keep the collection up when you have so many but it's it's an absolutely crucial aspect of the scientific process. This is where the the the documentation of the plant. Biodiversity research is located in terms of my background. I sort of grew up in a herbarium. My father was actually a psychologist studied. Fungi and started their barium at san francisco state university and all my childhood weekends were spent either collecting mushrooms or it was the season than Often to get me out from under foot from my under my mother's feet my father had become to the herbarium on a sunday afternoon and help him do things. Like lou label. Simple jobs it. I got more complicated. And he gave me a little bit of money for it. So i was. I was happy to do it. And i did that for years. I enjoyed in good. I became a teenager and i was so interesting. And i i didn't I didn't want anything to do with our barium or my parents or anything but Somewhere my college years. I actually found my way back. I just seem to me that my father and his colleagues his students all just could hardly wait to get up and go to work and make new discoveries every day. They were so passionate about what they did. And i hadn't really come across any other community where people have that kind of passion and i wanted to be part of it so The focus of san francisco. State was on fungi. Although there were people working on lichens and other groups but one group nobody was working on. Were the liver words. The had paddock's thought they were too hard and apply they're not a terribly rich flora in california so they weren't always even very easy to find but they intrigued me so i began to kind of teach myself What could i made a lot of bad identification. But i graduate but i grew to really love these little organisms. They're they're tiny. They're beautiful all sorts of falls structures to their leaves and so forth. And you just feel like when you look at the the microscope you just kind of entering a miniature world Which is just full of beauty. And then i went on to grad school. I was able to convince someone to let me study with them. rather famous man rudolf schuster who wrote the mammoths treatment of the bryant of the hypocrisy north america. He was actually a horrible mentor. But that's okay. I still got my degree. And i was lucky enough to get a post doctoral position at the new york botanical garden. Right out of grad school. Once i was there i knew i never really wanted to leave. So that's that's kind of story mike.
"rudolf" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"But today eight years later in order to protect themselves from taxes and regulations britain's elites of forged an alliance with ashes. It may have taken longer but hess has succeeded. He succeeded beyond his wildest dreams. Benjamin walkers theory of everything. This installment is called the longest shortest flight of rudolph's has this episode was written and produced by me. Benjamin walker and andrew. Calloway and while there are many many historians and independent scholars and researchers out there who dedicated decades of their lives to solving the mystery of rudolf hess and his strange nineteen forty one flight. This is the first and only podcast to feature the voice of mel dockery. The theory of everything is proud. Founding member of.
"rudolf" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
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"rudolf" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"He delivered as a joke in england. They are filled with curiosity and keep asking. Why doesn't he come become he's coming. This speech was delivered to a group of women. One of whom line bitten was a good friend of unity. Mitford the british socialite who famously shot herself. when h- beloved hitler declared war on england. Hitler often turn to highlight bittner to translate. Unity's lettuce to him. I'm convinced she read portions of novel to the few her. At least she read up to page fifty nine. Let me set the scene for you. After realizing that he's landed on the estate of lord scanner hitless sets out to find him he knocks on the door of a cottage belonging to a short-sighted hard of hearing elderly lady named mrs trumbull. Hitler is unable to communicate with her lease. He began his voice firm. But melih furious. Can you say fleas. It's no good cried. Mrs trumble i caught you use i. I wouldn't listen if i could we all we need. Yes so i'll thank you to be off. It was a long time since anything like this. It happened hitler. And he felt slightly a pulled stub old cow. He commanded and a terrible voice. Lapsing into german. Don't you raise your voice to me. Young man bellowed. Mrs tromble and a dog came bounding out of the wood and made for hitler from behind your ping venomously and buried. Its teeth in his flying boot. Go bitch appointed mrs trumbull. Sikkim floss gow little flossy. The creatures bite was ineffective but the fuel could not face a war on two fronts. Mustering his emotions with an effort. He withdrew crab wise but in good order in the direction from which he had come. I believe why line bittner read hitler. This passage on september fifth or sixth because on the night of september seventh. Three hundred bombers raided london on his orders..
"rudolf" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
"What if you did you don't remember and you know and I was already trying to upset and I say what? If I didn't know remember you're crazy I would remember something like that. So she. I didn't want to go back to jail. But I did. Not Get out for a while. Oh. It's hard. To this day. Yoga having booming knows. Still. You know I got PTSD I mean it's really I strove. To. Lead the way on supposed to be because I'm still used too. Hard I was put in jail more swings. Ninety nine I never lived to do House Mars Twenty seven, nineteen ninety I'll never heated out in there..
"rudolf" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
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"rudolf" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"London is filled with monuments and statues memorializing both sacrifices and victories of World War Two. And while you will find a few pieces from. Hess's doomed plane and the Imperial War Museum. No monument has ever been erected to commemorate what happened on May tenth nineteen forty one but a few years ago back in two thousand seventeen while watching a news item about the restoration of the allies sculpture. I stumbled upon a very intriguing piece The allies sculpture celebrates the close relationship between Churchill and Roosevelt. It's Lebron's piece by sculptor Lawrence. Halif Cena you'll find it in Mayfair. Where old and new on streets meet Churchill and Roosevelt a sitting together on a bench but the not sitting next to each other. There's a space between them. This is one of the reasons. The statue is so popular. Tourists love to sit in between the two world leaders and take selfies but this empty space also emphasizes the absence of Stalin. The other World War Two ally who wants sat with Churchill and Roosevelt on a bench like this one on Bond Street at the conference in Yalta Stalin's absence was also emphasized when Princess Margaret publicly unveiled. The statue on May Second Nineteen Ninety. Five the fiftieth anniversary of balloons. Surrender to the Red Army in two thousand seventeen. The statue was restored which led to the swore. News item. I soar on my television. That December evening the reporter was talking with one of the late hall of Senna's assistance about the controversy over Stalin's absence. The assistant mentioned that some of the controversy could have been avoided. Had they stuck to the original plan to unveil the statue the following week rather than on the day the Soviet forces took Berlin the following morning. I went down to Bond Street to visit the statue myself. I I thought I was lost I couldn't see the statue. But that was only because of the crowd a large group of pro brexit protests had swarmed around the statue they were all carrying signs with slogans. Like no deal no delaying immigrants out and newgen presser. An elderly member of the group had wedged himself between Roosevelt and Churchill. He was carrying doll. Made to look like Theresa. May with a rope around her neck. His tee-shirt said globalism equals communism. That was a big leaf. Means Leaf marched that day and eventually this group moved on to Trafalgar Square to join it. The allies statue sits in front of the high end. Watch store Patek Philippe and once a protesters were gone a window. Display of glittering gold watches filled the space between Churchill and Roosevelt from my perspective that morning. The whole statue was framed by the luxury of time. As I stood there a line from the memoir of the Nazi philosopher Alfred Rosenberg popped into my head. Great philosophical changes need many generations to turn them into pulsating life and even our present acres of death will someday.
"rudolf" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"On May Twentieth Nineteen Forty. One Rudolf Hess moved into Mesh at place as he toured the substantial house. He couldn't help but note the grandeur of the sitting rooms and the impressive gramophone in the music room. One of the studies even looked as if it had been recently made up to host. An important meeting has his heart rose in jest. Finally he was going to meet the Duke. Finally he would complete his mission and bring Germany and England together. But then major fully and captain. Barnes showed us his personal quarters. It was a fine suite of bedroom sitting room and bathroom. Furnishings were adequate though there. Were no electrically heated pillows but there were bars on the windows and the landing outside his door was secured by a heavy metal grill. He was not Britain's guest of honor. He was their prisoner over. The next two weeks has began every day with a firm request for a meeting with the Duke of Hamilton. Then he refused to take his breakfast until major. Fully or captain. Barnes joined him in his room in eight from his plate. Hess was positive that the British were trying to poison him has was also certain that the British were trying to drive him mad. The noise silence the light the dark the heat the cold the British were using the elements to wear him down even the laundry powder they gave him caused him to break out into a rash and the vaseline. They gave him for the rash. Well that caused terrible hallucinations one night. He saw Hitler's face in his soup. Captain Barnes and Major Foley dutifully registered each and every one of his complaints. Well all of them save his complain about the electrically heated pillows. Tell me Captain Barnes said. Do they give the ones you have in the concentration camps electrically heated pillows after? This insolent remark has stopped speaking to Captain Barnes but then on the morning of June ninth captain. Barnes informed Hess that High Representative of the Foreign Office would be coming by that afternoon to open negotiations. Hess let out a yell and embraced. The captain all was forgiven. He even requested that barn serve as his translator. The negotiations however a farce this Lord. Simon kept asking questions like on whose authority was acting on. And if the Nazis had any intentions to invade Russia he even asked why the blitz had ended with Hess's arrival on May tenth. These questions betrayed at total. Ignorance of the papers has had brought with him some Berlin papers which were taken from him the night he arrived this Lord. Simon had also obviously been briefed by Dr Dix has his hateful new medic. Who wouldn't let go of the ludicrous theory picked up from the Logan Press? No doubt that has had come to England because he was unable to consciously reject the bad qualities of his father figure but worst of all this Lord Simon had no access to the King Churchill had succeeded in isolating has not only from the Duke of Hamilton but from any sympathetic ear has fell into a deep and dark depression. On the night of June sixteenth. He decided to kill himself. I he composed a letter to Hitler. Mind your I die in the conviction that my last mission even if it ends in death will bear some fruit perhaps despite my death or indeed precisely through my death my flight will bring peace and understanding with England then. He put on his full uniform and his flying boots and called out for the doctor. Dick's arrived in pajamas clutching a bottle of sleeping pills. The warder unlocked the grill door and pulled it towards him so Dick's could enter. Hess then burst from his room. Shove Dixie side and vaulted over the banister on the way down. His left foot caught on one of the lower rungs of the banister breaking his fall just as he struck the stone floor. The pain was incredible. He screamed somebody. Ladies and gentlemen I have been also say if you watched you on the subject. He needs of us all namely. Don't help the enemy unless you are certain who you are talking to. Don't tell anybody anything. Excuse me please Yes what is it? Could you told me the way to the village? Absolute Oh oh you go along to the end of the road. That's that pillbox. Get a tough new TRAM. And it'll drop you at the door are thank you please. Y'All welcome company those strange All the sky falling raindrops danger. You realize just. What sold them waking you? Well thanks for dropping Mr. We've told Y'all friends to know what your new address they've heard you got here safely in the row so you'll shoot. Thank you somehow ASCII originally quote this tune. It's really nice to see you Mr Hess but at the last minute he changed the title to thanks for dropping in MR S P recorded it for his master's voice just in time for the record companies summer nineteen forty one releases but the war office blocked the songs publication. Because of I am convinced this particular verse or dropping. It missed the hang. We haven't left behind. Perhaps you all take you voting neighbor here on the other side. Ludolf Hess was set up in mitcham place an M. I. Six safehouse in sorry. I'm convinced the war office was worried that one of the Gods might play this particular Song Hess on a log or perhaps will worried hess might hear it booming from the courtyard where soldiers danced on Saturday nights. This ban confirms that the Hesse Fair was still an open ongoing operation in early. June British intelligence officers was still taking hess for around. We do know that a number of individuals met with Hess some under false pretenses but all in the interest of humoring hair has his belief that peace negotiations with Britain. Were in fact possible but what we take as fact that the British was secretly negotiating with us in good faith and at the same time that the British had no intention of making any deal with the Nazis. This is the perspective one must take in order to solve the mystery because it allows us to see the other player in the Game Stalin in May of nineteen forty. One Hitler had two sets of warplanes. We've already discussed the plan for the invasion of Britain Operation Sea lion but Hitler also had a plan to invade Russia Operation Barbarossa. Stalin knew that Hitler never considered the nineteen thirty nine nonaggression pact as something precluded him from invading the Soviet Union and thus in November nineteen forty. He sent his ambassador. Molotov to Berlin to meet with top with the hope of forging a stronger bond between the two countries. Churchill was also aware of this meeting and on the evening of November thirteenth. He sent the RAF to Berlin forcing Molotov Ribbentrop to continue negotiations over their respective spheres of influence in a bomb shelter underground thanks to bump cruise. The Not is being getting more of that on medicine. Then they can take and it's a great comfort to know that the Germans are getting it in the neck. Molotov took the bombings evidence that the Soviets were safe to make more to Monsignor Nazis but these demands infuriated Hitler and so on December Eighteenth nineteen forty. He signed fuel her directive number. Twenty one a detailed plan to break the nonaggression pact and crush the communists once unfortunately by early nineteen forty one. The British were aware of both plans. The Soviets to were aware of both clients and both Soviets and the British understood that while Hitler was more than happy to launch both operations. He did not want to launch both at the same time the British obviously wanted the Nazis to go with Operation Barbarossa. I and the Soviets understandably wanted the Nazis to launch Operation Sea Lion. I by early May nineteen forty. One Stalin's advisors were convinced that Hitler had decided on Operation Barbarossa. The British were also sending him warnings of an impending German invasion through formal and informal channels but Stalin refused to believe any of it. He was convinced that the whole thing was a British deception campaign. Most historians take this as evidence of Stalin's ignorance and Hubris. But what is stolen was correct..
"rudolf" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"After his capture Hess claimed he flew to England on his own initiative until the relevant archives. R- opened up. We should not accept this as fact but hess most certainly flew to Britain with the hope was signing a peace deal with one of those who well let us return to the novel. Often Hitler comes up with his plan to forge a peace deal. An obstacle immediately presents itself. How was he to establish contact with the politicians? If only though is someone who could trust someone who would understand someone preferably with influence but that was he had remembered Lord Scana Peter Fleming is terribly unkind and his description of the fictional. Magnus James S- Cunha. He is presented as an uncouth. Nouveau Riche SNOB. Lords Garner is a striving ideological pimp. But he also because of his friendly relationship with Hitler and the Nazis has entree to some of the highest political circles on the right wing. There is one detail about Magnus James Garner. That should give us pause his wife. Lord scanner has an American wife. This is surely snide reference to King Edward the eighth when he married the American divorcee what Simpson and nine hundred thirty six. He was forced to Abdicate. The throne the secret service had Edward and want us onto surveillance for years so a man. Peter Fleming would have known King Edward's actually forced to abdicate not because of his love for Wallace but rather his love for Hitler. Let me remind you of the controversial video unearthed by the tabloids a few years ago royal footage from Nineteen thirty three showing Edward Teaching his young nieces Margaret and Elizabeth the future and current monarch the Nazi salute off to England declared war on Germany in nineteen thirty eight. Most royals hid the Nazi sympathies. But even as late as nineteen forty one. There were still many of those aristocrats and plutocrats who desired for Germany and Britain to reconcile. What Hamilton himself penned an editorial in the London tines in nineteen thirty nine arguing that England's true enemy was not Hitler but Stalin. Many of those were kept under close watch. And thus when the plan to lure Hess to England was put into action some men like Lord Hamilton or unwittingly were wittingly pressed into service Lord. Hamilton spent decades trying to clear his name of Nazi aspersions and it's primarily due to these efforts that we have any evidence of the M I six plot that ensnared hess but still a question remains. Why did Hess Choose Hamilton? We know that Lord Hamilton had attended the nineteen thirty six summer Olympics in Berlin. And we know that he was one of the guests of honour at a banquet hosted by von Ribbentrop the Nazi Ambassador to Britain. And we know that at this dinner. Lord Hamilton met most of the leading Nazis including Hitler and Hess but Hamilton denied. Ever speaking with this. If this is true then yes it makes no sense as to why he was singled out by the deputy fjord. I discovered the answer to this question. Why Hamilton a few years ago while doing research into a nineteen forty six American catalogue of the Library belonging to call house? Offer the father of the hess aide who penned a letter to Lord Hamilton in September of Nineteen forty. This catalogue included a copy of Peter. Fleming's DA flying visit in Fleming story. Hitler realizes thanks to the memory of a Christmas picture. Postcard sent by Lord and Lady's GonNa that fate had deposited him on this connor estate and he shares another memory of seeing scanner smiling. Toady face at a grand dinner. The two shad in one thousand nine hundred eighty six during the Olympics in Berlin. Since Hitler torched all of his papers and books we'll never know if the library and the fuel bunker contained a copy of the flying visit but I am convinced that he was immediately informed of the book when it was released on the sixteenth of July nineteen forty the flying visits official publication date. Hitler signed few Hood Directive Number. Sixteen which set in motion the plans for Operation Sea lion the invasion of Britain. Did Hitler ever read the book again? We have no concrete evidence but I want to direct you to his speech. At the sport PA- last on September fourth nineteen forty many observers noted spoke with a particular fury and anger as he threatened to raise Britain to the ground but there was one line which he delivered as a joke in England. They're filled with curiosity and keep asking. Why doesn't he come become he's coming? This speech was delivered to a group of women. One of whom for line bittner was a good friend of unity? Mitford the British socialite. Who famously shot herself when her beloved Hitler Declared War on England hit La often turned of highland bittner to translate. Unity's letters to him. I'm convinced she read portions of the novel to the few her. At least she read up to page fifty nine. Let me set the scene for you. After realizing that. He's landed on the estate of Lord Scanner. Hitler sets out to find him. He knocks on the door of a cottage belonging to a short-sighted hard of hearing elderly lady named Mrs Trumbull. Hitler is unable to communicate with her lease. He began his voice firm but militias. Can you say fleas? It's no good cried MRS trumble. I can't hear what you say and I wouldn't listen if I could. We got all we need is so I'll thank you to be off. It was a long time since anything like this happened. Hitler and he felt slightly appalled. Stub old cow. He commanded an terrible voice lapsing into German. Don't you raise your voice to me? Young man bellowed. Mrs Tromble and a dog came bounding out of the wood and made for Hitler from behind yachting venomously and buried its teeth in his flying boot. Go Bitch accorded Mrs Trumbull Sikkim floss. Cow Flossy the creatures bite was ineffective but the fuel Could not face a war on two fronts monitoring his emotions with an effort? He withdrew crab wise but in good order in the direction from which he had come. I believe highline bittner read Hitler. This passage on September fifth or sixth because on the night of September seventh three hundred bombers raided London on his orders the first and fifty seven consecutive nights of bombing. The please or the blitz Hitler's response to Peter Fleming's insulting portrait.
Browns' Garrett reinstated after helmet-hit suspension
"The NFL surprising awesome has made a reinstatement of the browns myles Garrett from his suspension. Let's remember. He was suspended in November after ripping the helmet off of Mason Rudolph and hitting the steelers quarterback ACA swinging it at his head. He was suspended on. November fourteenth initially appealed that suspension in which accused Rudolf of inciting with the racial slur but the suspension was upheld. He ends up missing a total of six
NFL explains why there was no pass interference called on play that eliminated Saints
"We're going to. We're going to make football show because that's what people like over the weekend. Everybody who listens to this show presumably watched all of the football games or most of all of the football guess. He missed the playoffs playoff in Hawaii. The yes I missed that one Justin Thomas I saw this morning. I thought it was really nice but I missed it last last night because it came on pretty late We're going to do you because the ratings of the NFL up all across the board because the interest in the NFL is up all across the board and because each of those those games was quite interesting in its own way including terrible terrible. Coaching decisions by both coaches in the Houston Buffalo Game. We're going to talk about out this for an extended period of time in the first segment. Michael Wilbon will join us in second segment. We're GONNA limit news and go right to old guy where we're going to talk about the Golden Globes and the matchups for next week. That's what we're going to the show probably the same length. But I WANNA do it if you don't mind I WANNA do it that way also. WanNa thank Clarendon Tola for Baking Cooke's for Claire Gary Braun Chris Cillizza Michael Kornheiser Nigel. Who has nothing to do except for on the boards because we're not sleep keeps pressing one button? So He's been news cancelled forever now just today. If you don't mind especially the best thing is not gonNa work out just I you know I'm old and I thought why not like Michael said to me last night we were talking about the possibility of of Michael. Are you shaking your head. You don't want me to. Would you go ahead down the fourth wall. People talking about Mike Lees. I won't share this on air dead. Yeah go ahead Michael Says Cillizza how how do we get rid of him. Nicely to the change in the show today. I let's start. Let's start with yesterday's which is going to go backwards. I'm just can start with the Minnesota game because of all the games the end result of that game is the most surprises so like I said on the PTI show on Friday. I'll take Tennessee. Plus Five Live and a half all day and all night doesn't mean I think they're gonNA win. I'm GONNA take those points New Orleans. Losing at home in overtime to Minnesota is stunning drew. BREES did not have a great game he had a very bad fumble in drive. That could have changed in the fourth quarter changed. Everything around. He got picked never gets picked. I mean he did not have a great game. There are three quarterbacks forty years old and up over the weekend and they all lost. We'll get to that but even with brees not having a great game. They tied the game. They got into overtime there at home and they yielded the first drive. That's it see around. see you around Kirk cousins who. I am extraordinarily critical of on a regular basis was very good and kirk cousins to Adam Adam field and had to make up for fumble early. You know but I don't feel did that pass. That wins the game. Now there's a third downplay because what you don't want to do is have to kick a field goal because because you don't want to give New Orleans the ball on the one. Yeah you don't WanNa do that. On the third downplay they go in the left. Hand top corner of the end zone to Kyle Rudolph is about twelve aid aide just like that and by the way quickly give cousins credit. That was a terrible snap. The snap his way to his right he basically knocks it with his right hand. Quickly gathers it because you it's all timing and throws a faith throws the fate and Rudolf reaches up. He's much taller than defender and he gets it in the process of doing that he pushes off. There's no question he pushes off. Does it rise to the level of offensive pass interference for me in a playoff game and I have to give context here. New Orleans has tragically lost in Hoon's replay off games in a row cheated in one cheated by by their own stupidity in another with defensive back and I mean I honestly either call offense a pass. Interference would have so I did not I mean I I watched the play. Did Not in real time necessarily see the wrangle back is in front of your Reina Vision Right. So they call it a touchdown a apparently appropriately to me and then you see the replay and and I did think to myself. Like oh my goodness could they. Could they possibly possibly overturn this. I mean it. And we've all seen their explanation and said there was handed both sides. It didn't rise to level pass interference. I mean I'm sorry by no objective measure to me was that not pass interference and in fact is in fact a couple hours later they called the same thing on hollister tight end from. I'm from Seattle and on much less meaningful circumstance but I mean I just felt like the league. We're getting out of the way this one. I mean there's no way every time it's the UNCANNY situational right. We know this. It's like it's like a Games are raft. Basketball game is reverend different right. The game is rough differently in the last thirty seconds than it it is and that's situationally you cannot. I don't think when I watched it and I watched the replay. He pushed off a little bit. Did it it was. It did not to me anyway. I think I disagree with you. Guys did not to me look agree. Gis I think Rudolph was bigger. The defensive back had his back this business. Being that push back. Chris Locate fully extends. I think it was his left arm. Yeah if he is allowed to do that he catches that ball. A hundred injured time. He cannot be defended. Unless you play. Just there's so many calls they show throughout the game when they every time on a pass Where not every time? Seventy percent of the time on a pattern when they show the slow motion the other guy. The the DB is has his arm wrapped around around the guy's waist or is holding. His arm gets there. I just think it's very subjective. That's fine but I agree with that but I would also agree that the saints should not be shafted million better cost the saints again. Plenty of opportunities it. Certainly when you were watching the game I ah in the flow of it and when tased him hill like in three straight plays a three-stroke they score a touchdown. Now it's twenty seventeen right gary to have that right was twenty. I needed to twenty twenty twenty seven hundred twenty and then they get back they get it back and take some hill like three times. Basically the the one where he runs to the left where it looks like. He's tackled and he spins runs for thirty arts. Well they're definitely going to win then. And then brees fumbled. I mean it was very i. I lost fumbling. The ball get hit. No sort of this is arm gets hit a little bit. I'm sorry I'm busy trying to reconstruct your show on the fly without telling you so allowed back in so so tension is good for the show is for Knuckleballer To to to tie it up. What was the forty nine yard or from lots? They're kicking it through. Yeah man that went about now three feet off the ground and easier kick at the end of the first half a ball Games kick forty something already three but that's an easier kick so that game. Let me say one other thing about that game as someone who was a kirk cousins fan when he was here. I'm not going to criticize Kirk. Cousins played fine. He was he was great in that last. Drive the drive. If they lose the haters are going to look at that stat line that would have been seventeen of twenty nine hundred and ninety yards picked and he didn't do anything bad. Oh he had a good game and the pass was just
Maryland man who transferred HIV to women he met on apps sentenced to 9 years in prison
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A Recipe for Rudolf's Christmas Cookies
"Tis the season for cookies and these little treasures remind me of Rudolph and ingredient and equipment list at the end of this video. The big surprise is that none of the typical cooking ingredients like flour. Sugar eggs are needed for this recipe. Start by pre heating your oven. Seven to three hundred and twenty-five degrees line of baking sheet with sides with nonstick tin foil. If you only have regular tin foil you have to grease the foil with CRISCO or cooking spray putting a large bull three or four cup of raisins three Fourth Cup of sliced almonds three Fourth Cup of shredded coconut and two cups of crush. Cornflakes it's mixed everything together. And then measure three Fourths Cup of Sweden condensed milk and mix that in as well placed not quite one fourth cup of the mixture onto onto the foil. Line oven tray. These cookies don't really spread or change shape when they're baking so they don't have to be really far apart cut the candied cherries in half and one half cherry on each cookie. We sure each cookie. Stay squished together. You may have to pat the edges with your fingers to keep them together. Bake the cookies for fourteen to fifteen minutes or until they reach a light golden color. Let the cookies cool for about five minutes before removing them from the trae they're delicious as as is but let's add some chocolate but the dark chocolate chips into a small bowl. UNMELTED in the microwave with a butter knife spread a thin layer of chocolate on the bottom of each cookie cookie. Let the dark chocolate completely hardened before flipping them over to melt. The white chocolate poor about two cups of water. Just off the boil into a medium size heat-proof roof bowl put the white chocolate chips into a small baggy set the baggy into the bowl in about five minutes. The chocolate will be melted. Squeeze the chocolate into a funnel. Final shape and snip the corner of the baggy then. squirt a decorative pattern on the top of the cookies with the melted chocolate. If any of the cherries have fallen off use the melted chocolate as glue to reposition the Cherry. The way chocolate almost looks like snow. Happy Holidays for the ingredients. If you need raisins sliced almonds shredded coconut in cornflakes sweetened. Condensed Milk Candied Cherries semi sweet chocolate chocolate chips and white chocolate chips for the equipment. You'll need a baking sheet with sides nonstick tin foil dry measuring cups liquid measuring mixing Spoon Spatula. Cutting hoard paring knife mixing bowls small ziplock baggie butter. Knife scissors can opener. Cooling
"rudolf" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"We're confident that biodynamic agriculture will continue to realize the ideal goal ordinary materialism is digging its own grave. The cow is not a milk factory victory. The Hen is not an egg laying machine. The soil is not a chemical laboratory as the Ju- professors would have us believe see first half of the synthesis yeah maybe they're maybe they're in college when my Jewish professor told me that hens were egg-laying machines yes classic Judaism. Am Class was called the Hans. Now anthroposophy did succeed in getting itself heavily purged by the Nazis. Now this is largely because of a little fella named Rudolph Hass. What do you know about Rudolf? Hess Rudolf Hess was wasn't a Hitler's best friend for a long time or is he was Hitler's Reich Sphere or second in command or whatever he was the deputy of the Reich for a while Indonesia yet ed butcher or something I mean all these fucking guys were all like ex- like like just regular mother fuckers like loading dock manager Shit who put on face he was don't be stupid ass outfits so hess was the guy he was Hitler's best friend for a long time when they were in prison together. Hitler dictated mine comp and hence did a lot of the actual typing for it so hess was like as close to Hitler as a person could be and hess was a believer in all of the ridiculous Esoteric Witchcraft Naziism stuff that you could possibly fucking believe picture of his eyebrows I for the first thing that came to my mind. I don't understand how these master race. motherfuckers excused excused like these these obvious slink the mastery says fucking eyebrows look like too goddamn snakes or yeah anyway. It's Bhatty so yeah it was a big Big Fan of the occult big supporter of he was in the The the Tula Society was a big believer in like a lot of the stuff steiner said and he was a major supporter of anthroposophy biodynamic farming and like was a big advocate for Steiner type beliefs in the Reich but in nineteen forty one he hopped in a plane and flew to Scotland now. We don't know why exactly the most plausible theory is that he was a legitimately delusional person and actually mentally bill and convinced himself that he could negotiate peace with England on the eve of the German invasion of Russia right he did not succeed in this and was instantly captured and nobody was incredibly incredibly embarrassing has had again been Hitler's right hand man throughout most of his rise to power literally writing down yeah a lot of Hitler's words when has abandoned him Hitler took it personally and since has had been a major Nazi advocate for Colt Bullshit his exiting the picture provided more practical monsters like Reinhard Heidrick with an opportunity to purge each other Nazis they disagreed with Heidrick by the way is like maybe the worst of the Nazis widely considered to be the architect of the Holocaust the butcher of MM Arabia terrible person now while anthroposophy was excised from German public life due to this biodynamic farming continued from the very start of world were to biodynamic growers had worked Heinrich Himmler's S S to help plan for the agricultural colonisation of the occupied eastern territories the plan was to uproot in eliminate the slobs and replacing them with German farmers to biodynamic advocates this represented an incredible opportunity they would have a chance to rework all of Eastern Europe into one enormous organic organic biodynamic farm starting in October of Nineteen thirty nine the established a biodynamic agricultural school in occupied Poland so after or Hess's Flight Heinrich Himmler ordered the SS to use the term natural farming for organic agriculture rather than biodynamic but nothing changed about the methods heads or the individuals involved many of whom were dedicated anthroposophic and Steiner Followers Gunther punk a biodynamic advocate became head of the SS office of recent settlement in Nineteen thirty eight his goal was to fill the concord east with biodynamic farms run by soldier farmers. I'm going to quote from Sodden Meyer One more time. The centerpiece of the biodynamic operations was the sizeable plantation at dock how which produced medicinal herbs and other organic goods for the SS as at Ravensbruck the Labor at the dock. How biodynamic plantation Haitian was performed by camp inmates from nineteen forty one onwards the DACA operation was overseen by anthroposophic Franz Liberate a leader of the biodynamic movement from its beginnings in head gardener at Lleida data from nineteen twenty four to nineteen forty so in at least two concentration camps there were biodynamic farms operated by slave laborers that is the birth Sir of organic biodynamic farming was literal concentration camps so that's cool? We'll let it and demeanor both operated happily under the third heard right along with other less mystical companies like IBM but the inherently fascistic roots of much of the organic farming movement have continued today a sizable minority of organic farmers in the the US and Europe are far right extremists whose quest for purity unfortunately extends beyond keeping their corn pesticide-free. Obviously this doesn't mean anyone who runs an organic farmer supports Organic Ganic farming is a Nazi the ideas of evolved a lot since then anymore than the IBM chip in my laptop makes me a fascist but it is important to understand the problematic roots of Steiner's ideas because they are still very much influential to this day and this my friend is when we talk about Marianne Williamson Okay Yeah now she is not to my knowledge in anthroposophic but her beliefs are close enough in line to anthroposophy that she regularly shows up alongside them in literature for example I found the book `Isms and all the movements ideas and doctrines that have shaped our world it includes a brief discussion of Steiner anthroposophy the very next paragraph discusses is the Unity Church which was founded in eighteen eighty nine as a sort of combination of new thought Hinduism Buddhism and Theo sophy quote today unity a new thought have blurred into to the new age which adds a spiritualized version of quantum physics and a psychological therapeutic aspect to the doctrinal mix Marianne Williamson who was a unity pastor Gary Zubkov and Wayne Dwyer wire only a few bestselling writers who proclaim that spiritual growth follows from a transformation of our ways of thinking now I found another interesting article on the Southern Cross review reflection election on the anthroposophic path of schooling it mentions Williamson and Steiner in the same paragraph like Steiner we was read and make connections with the great spiritual literatures of the world this enriches our view of the spiritual world can also provide assistance when we have difficulty with meditation or get stuck in our personal growth although our goal is to gain knowledge of the spiritual world that Steiner saw so clearly and beautifully we should not become dependent on his insights. If we're develop our own ability to see the spirit we must develop the ability to think for ourselves even study of contemporary spiritual spiritual teachers like Marianne Williamson can help us develop this ability so that's that's a guy advocating for the charitable reading of Steiner's texts now again. There's nothing inherently Nazi here and I'm not saying the author of that piece or Marianne are fascists because again a lot of the racism has been pruned out of the modern publications of Steiner's work doc but it is worrying to me how close some of her beliefs seem to intertwined with Steiner's a terrifying number of his followers had no difficulty diving headfirst into fascism mini mini considered it a natural step forward and I'm worried that some of those same ideas are still very common today now Marianne Williamson herself of course Jewish and I do not believe she is a fascist but but I do think she harbors a number of these toxic beliefs she's famously said sickness is an illusion and does not actually exist and the fact that this sort of nonsense isn't seen as immediately eighty disqualifying and a candidate deeply concerns me when one type of anti-scientific bullshit can propagate other more toxic ideas can also breed this is the most important lesson lesson we can take from the life and ideas of Rudolf Steiner at the end of the episode. Hey listen to this very an williamson is another one of these rich which kids she she had a wasted decade where she moved to New Mexico and lived in a geodesic dome with her boyfriend and she also oh was going to pursue a career as a cabaret singer but got distracted by quote bad boys in good dope. I mean well you now. We all get distracted by bad boys and good dope for a period of time right but then when these people find the way or what they think is the way these big ego people bowl decide that everybody I mean it's so like you basically attach universal. You have a huge ego. See with attach like e you take your personal journey and then you you kind of try and impose it on everybody else. It's like it's very it's very like a myopic vic tunnel vision near some. It's just very selfish. It's this idea that that your personal journey somehow you forget get your approval. You're one of this privileged class that gets to spend all its time. you know thinking about shit that you really really shouldn't be thinking about you should just be most of the time probably minding your own fucking business but it ended up this huge amount of space in your life where you live in geodesic domes and then in and it's just leads to this I dunno attaching so much importance to your own narrative that doesn't deserve yeah and it it leads to problematic shit like like what you see in Marianne Williamson's writings and stuff. She'll talk about sickness and disease as if it's it's not a thing that just happens randomly to some people it's tied into like aspects of your what you believe or like how you act what sort of energy who invite and it's it's not she would never say you. If you have cancer. It's your fault but that's one of the interpretations of the things that she writes in. It's why a lot of like disabled people the people who were born with disabilities or whatever like get really scared when they see this person starting to gain steam in politics because a shitload of stuff that she's written is the same Kinda Shit Steiner was writing about how like oh well. You know if you didn't. I don't think she would literally says that like Oh. Your ghost balked before jumping into your body and that's why your arm doesn't work right but a lot of her beliefs about sickness and stuff are very much in line with fat and it's this like it's this new age positive thinking bullshit a lot of which is directly descended from phiosophy which is also one of the root movements of the Nazi movement and it doesn't mean that like if you're into new age shit your Nazi obviously but it does mean that like similar patterns of thought can lead to to both things and like one of the things I found that was really interesting to me while I was doing this research was just like a twitter post. Marianne Williamson said where she noted that like Oh people people on the left or way meaner than me than people on the right like everybody talks about how meeting the right is but the left has been really like those are the ones who've been the meanest to me and somebody quotas instead. I think one of the scary things things about American politics in the next few years is that people don't realize how easy it is for folks with kind of Kooky new age left wing views to turn hard right I knew and not like it was a journalist I talked to a Nazi. Militia leader wants who sent his kids to a Waldorf school because he believed in a lot of the same Louis Bullshit like there's is a certain level of like if you get into some of these weird esoteric beliefs other esoteric belief systems like Nazism are going to be more enticing to you you then just embracing like the world's like like yeah. Let's not believe this Kinda blessed land. They'll be fixed problems yeah if you you'll be accepted it. If you get Kooky you're GONNA WANNA hang out with kooks and only kooks are GonNa are going to tolerate you or respect you because you are talking shit and you make no sense I mean she has no business speculating about the causes of diseases. She's not a doctor. She's a person who comes from a background background of geodesic domes and bad boys and good dope and and I hate the expression stay in your lane but to an to it is a it's a matter of you're talking to your ass and people who are also talking out of their asses will be a lot nicer to you than other people who are like realistic back saying you know what you're talking about. Stop talking about diseases and causes of diseases. You don't know what the fuck you are saying peer Oh but these other people are much nicer to me because because they're insane. That's why yeah and it's like you find a lot of the shit that was at the core of bio dynamism is also at the core of like what Williamson says about healthcare. She said this recently in Detroit while she was campaigning for president and talking about like reforming the health care system we need need to be the party talking about why so many of our chemical policies and our food policies in our agricultural policies in our environmental policies and even our economic policies are leading to people getting sick to begin with which which again you can interpret that in a reasonable way or you can interpret it in the Stein area way where it's like Oh that could lead to some really fucking uncomfortable conclusions about about the world she said Shit like people who want to avoid the swine flu should pour God's love on their immune systems yeah like she said Shit about vaccines ax scenes..
"rudolf" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"And subscribe describe at Apple Podcast iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts we're back so the Rudolf Steiner Dune our that fucking Cafardo made racist do now biodynamic pharmacies lifting today a day. You know what's Funny Quick Robert. I gotTa Tell You I've I've mentioned this other podcasts I don't know why said that but I just Mitch. I mentioned this all the time. Let me put put it that way not on podcast on the street anywhere because I'm still knocked out by the fact that the renaissance happened because of coffee like coffee became readily available in Europe at the exact same time that kicked off of the renaissance and I guess that's a real fact so I really it had an influence for share. It's probably not the whole the whole thing. I'd say. It was fifty fifty so so I I just it's amazing. I wish that we could have shut off the coffee as applied to a Germany between the years nineteen eighteen and nineteen thirty four. I I will say this when you really get into the weeds of reading about European in history one of the thoughts you repeatedly are led to his boy. We should really cut the Germans often. They're Caffeine's hundred people more aw tired yeah. These people needed to be sleepy. How I SORTA got too much done time machine? Go back smash all fucking coffee coffee machines Germany in one thousand nine hundred what speaking of where coffee came into Europe. There's a single point at which you could have stopped coffee spread so one of the sort of the which generally generally credited as like how coffee became part of Europe is like when the Ottomans laid siege to I think it was I think it might have been fucking. I don't know if it was Vienna or Yeah I think it was Vienna when the Ottoman Empire laid siege to one of the cities in Europe and they got their asses. I think this is when like the Polish winged hussars like like broke their army and routed it. Take your way to work. Do they left their camp behind right so they outside this European city leave their camp behind and being Turks camp included huge bags of coffee and light jazz jesuits coffee pots for Turkish copy for so Europeans like started trying this shit out and they're like Oh my God this stuff's amazing but also they were like Oh my God this. This is like a heathen evil Muslim drink like is this something we have to ban in prosecute and so they took it to the pope and the pope tried the coffee because everyone was like. Is this a devil gavel drink. Can we drink this and the pope trade. It was like this shit's amazing. I've never wanted to say mass more than my life. The Pope I think it was Pope Clement I forget which a number but he had numbers after him but it was Pope Clement I think baptized at the beverage of coffee in order to make it acceptable for Christians like that's how coffee came into Christendom is the pope like officially baptized it so that that Christians could driver hats tall to yeah. That's an awesome story. It's so so great I love that the fi first people discovered coffee in Europe man or anybody the first person to discover coffee. I'm just jealous of yeah. Okay let it cool myths about that too but back to biodynamic the biodynamic association which is like a an organization for biodynamic farmers says this an explaining what it is quote quote each biodynamic farmer garden as an integrated whole organism. This organism is made up of many interdependent elements fields forest plants animals soils compost people in the spirit of the place biodynamic farmers and gardeners worked to nurture and harmonize these elements managing them in a holistic in dynamic way to support the health and vitality of the whole it sounds good right yeah now right above that on their biodynamic principles and practices page. They say this quote biodynamic is rooted in the work of philosopher and scientist Dr Rudolf Steiner who's nine hundred twenty four lectures farmers open a new way to integrate scientific understanding with the recognition of spirit in nature now as with anthroposophic medicine Rudolf it off Steiner was never a farmer. That's interesting absolutely it was a scientist Dieter. Yeah of course not what I was wondering yeah. That's what I was wondering. I've seen this man has got boundless. That's never a fucking doctor either Z. dictating while he was farming dictated ski my dad like a PhD but he was never a medical doctor Dr Yeah Wow okay yeah so he never he just like he just passed. He's had this idea basically racism that may be an farms could be a pure if they had less Jew in them well. That's that's kind of where this is headed and sorta already said Yeah I mean one of the things about purity's parties in society and in the farm he wasn't wrong about every aspect of biodynamic farming because he was one of a number people looking at the way industrial farming had been started in Europe since World War One and it was really toxic and involved a lot of horrible chemicals like people were doing fucked up shit to the land and he was able to see like Oh. Maybe we should do less fucked up up shits the land he also mix that in with a bunch of insane but every aspect of what he was saying wasn't wrong. There were a lot of problems with industrial agriculture as there are today and he was one of the first people who pointed that out he just also was not a farmer and did not know what the fuck was talking about in any complex sense of the phrase phrase right. It's not gonNA clock being right every whatever they say broken racist Claude occasionally right yeah yeah now you may notice that none of what I've read their gives us much insight into what biodynamic farming actually involves it's just a lot of vaguely positive flowery language about the spirit of the land so I found two thousand seventeen article in the Guardian which focuses on the rapid growth of biodynamic farms in the United States it cited the CO director of demeanor. USA Remember the name of that company a nonprofit certifier of biodynamic farms in the United States they claim to the acreage devoted biodynamic farming in this country.
"rudolf" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Listen and subscribe at Apple Podcast iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts we're back and we're talking thing about the cigarette factory that started a school now as you might guess school founded by the CEO of a cigarette factory did not pretend to great things for the future of Human Health Dr Edzard Ernst is determine that between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand ten ten outbreaks measles in the UK The Netherlands Austria and Germany have centered around Waldorf schools rules all of which had immunization rates lower than ten percent. There are more than eight hundred Waldorf schools in the world today. Many of these are well regarded institutions and a huge number of famous people have graduated from them a lot of folks who work at the schools are I'm sure find people in educators but there are also some really fucking dark stories from these blazes sharing Lombard apparent whose daughter was enrolled in a Waldorf school had this experience when her kid got sick quote the anthroposophic doctor made a diagnosis. My child had lost the will to live. He announced one of the potential chill cares we were to give our daughter red yellow and orange crayons to color with I looked at my husband in disbelief when the doctor instructed us to make the sign of a flame out of orem cream over my child's heart bedtime I was dumbfounded. He told us to apply the gold cream from below the heart upwards towards the sky so that's well that's medicine. How did this all right? But why did this woman not have any idea that the school was weird well. That's been a Waldorf school if you're alrighty a crackpot but it's got a great it's got a great reputation for like the arts and stuff and they do like a lot of really famous actors and musicians and stuff went to Waldorf schools. They seem to be good at encouraging creativity and they're willing to they want the networking for their kids and they're willing to kill them in the if if they. I don't think they really look into it that hard all right. They don't know what anthroposophic medicine is really but they know that the doctor there is an actual degree. Yeah makes sense if you will get the colts. They've they ellum home. What one thing about it? They just don't tell the other thing about it exactly in this parents they love the Waldorf School. It's so great it's all about creativity and also they won't give you anti medicine but we're not going to get if your daughter sick. They'll give her crayons yeah. I mean that's that's that's the way that stuff works. It's true now. This woman's daughter was eventually intially hospitalized and she did recover under the care of normal doctors and if the impact of Waldorf schools was a few sick and presumably a couple of dead kids. I might not happy writing this episode but the rabbit hole of weird here goes a lot deeper and this is where things get racist as roundabout yeah Y- yeah there's a lot it was really hard to figure out the like how to pattern this out time wise because there's just so much to get to so that we're going to be jumping around a little bit more more than usual in this episode mocked up in that I was already mad at a Rudolph the red nosed reindeer for for for Oh. He's the only get sick nick and now I forgot all about the racism yep so I felt a fascinating right up by a former Waldorf student also on Quack Watch this student points out that the vast majority George Steiner spiritual beliefs and the ideas behind anthroposophy itself. We're actually hidden from the students at the school. They don't talk about these beliefs like to the kids quote. The Waldorf I attended was lovely. Caring teachers and pleasant carefully selected classmates for the most part I enjoyed my years there war for small twenty or so students at each grade level. The ambiance was close in comfortable Steiner would have wanted Waldorf was a religious school but with the twist it hit its faith the school presented itself as a progressive ultra-modern learning institution and in some ways it was but the secular kind of framing of this was a disguise quote. We students memorize no passages suggest from holy books we sang from no hymnals yet a strange aura hung about the school. There was a pervasive but unspecified spiritual listrik vibe in almost every lesson in almost every activity it was hard for most patients to detect but we students felt it to one degree or another it was in the air we breathed it defined the tenor and subtext of our days ultimately shaped shaped and colored our education as effectively as if priests were delivering sermons to us so you don't state this stuff out right but you kind of try to teach these kids some of the spiritual ritual lessons of your beliefs like covertly without sort of directly proselytizing you're talking about the actual Shit Steiner believed later later on in the right up. This student gives a deeply settling example of what precisely lurked beneath the surface in twelfth grade. This happened to him in a biology class taught by the school headmaster under a guy named Gardner quote. He explained that the various races stood at different levels of moral development each was forging its own destiny. He said these things sympathetically mm pathetically with no hint of condescension yet. The vibe was in the room that morning the terms he used were more metaphysical than biological the oriental races he said are ancient wise but vitiated the African races are youthful unformed childlike standing near the center of humanity is family are currently the most advanced raises the whites who said where's this. Is there any references to where the school is or. I think this one yeah this one is in the United States. I believe it's on the east coast. This is during the nineteen seventies. I think nick when this happened well yeah. The author of this article also recalled it unsettling botany class with a teacher named Hertha Carl who also taught German and earth Earth Science. Whatever that is quote we find her on facebook? I think she's dead now. She would have been a mature adult says yeah of all the Waldorf Faculty she made the least effort to disguise her devotion to steiner she drew figures of eight on the blackboard and lectured us about limits gates the mystic interaction of the lyric in a feerick forces which is the basic structure of nature. She said during one days main lesson she veered off topic to warn us to never received blood transfusions from members of other races Blackson axon orientals have blood types that are physically different from ours she taught us and receiving such inferior blood would diminish our area and qualities yeah nothing. Nothing coated about that yeah yeah nothing. Nothing coated there so Rudolf Steiner did not live particularly fascinating life he mostly wrote and lectured and taught people crazy shit throughout the early nineteen twenties he did thousands of lectures three hundred and thirty alone from January to September of nineteen twenty four he died in March arch of nineteen twenty five and his followers suggests that he basically exhausted himself with his workload hell those his has eighteen sixties he would have been like in his fifties or sixties now he did not have what I would call a particularly compelling life by the standards of other leaders like L. Ron Hubbard like when it comes to the details we know about his existence. It's not super wackier fun to listen to. There's no creating forcing a bunch of kids onto boats and like searching for treasure in the ocean for thirteen years but Rudolf Steiner is something of an iceberg what you can see above the waterline looks more or less respectable or at least nothing no darker or Sillier than and like you know your friend with a Tarot Deck but below that is where things get fucked up very quickly and where we run under the weird race science stuff like Madam Lavar Steiner believed that native eight of Americans were in his words dying out of their own nature. He believed they were one of several lower races of humans most aboriginal and non white races fell into this category in Steiner's mind they were closer to animals than higher races of humanity. anthroposophy teaches that many of these races are descended from degenerate remnants of the La- Mirian root race and are thus devolving until literal apes Steiner called for example Australian aboriginal people quote stunted men whose descendants still inhabit certain parts of the Earth today as so-called savage tribes now believe that I don't understand I mean I can't believe people I mean. It's just like there's just you can just make I mean this is all made up just made up. I mean these make it up I- unbelievable you just fucking to start spouting going off about and you wear spectacles or whatever and have a fucking Ascott on and that's about it. It's all theater. It's like theater racism combined. I mean I mean it's only theater in racism. If you don't believe he really read from the Ghost Encyclopedia in space right yet who believes that who are these alcott God I would like to go S- librarians for one. I guess they gotta work now. Steiner believed that Japanese Mongolian Golian in in you at people were descendants of Atlantis and he had a broadly positive attitude well a more positive attitude towards them than native Americans or obviously asleep black people the best race of course was the Aryan race. I'm going to quote from Rudolf Steiner. Now we're within the great root race of humanity that has people the Earth since the land on which we now live rose up out of the inundation of the ocean ever since the Atlanta and race began slowly to disappear at the great area race has been the dominant one on earth. If we contemplate ourselves we here in Europe are thus the fifth sub race of the Great Aryan root race. I wonder how he felt about frogs because frogs are from the Water Yep the wise men or something he might have agreed with Alex Jones on the subject of frogs in their sexuality. It's hard to say frogs are some like remnant race. That's on the way out outlined the bad stuff when they were ghosts yet. Frogs were terrible as goes. That's why they gotta live in swamps. Now Rudolph believe that every race or Volk head its own special aura that best fit in its own specific homeland he believed in something called Vokes Geist a natural spirit embodied by a theory being that spiritually led that group group of people now. If you've studied your Nazi ism that's essentially Nazism missing one or two more time yeah yeah vokes geist is national spirit the spirit of a nation of a specific homeland of a racial people. That's vokes guys like the vokes guys is a national spirit spirit that embodies like the spirituality of a group of people like an ethereal being who is like the soul of the German people for example right right okay yeah yeah so the Nazis didn't believe obviously Hitler was not an authentic being. He was a real person but the Nazis did very much believe that he was the embodied lead national spirit of area -ness of Germany so again that Steiner isn't was not literally Nazi he died in nineteen twenty five and was probably only broadly aware of Hitler and his party but Hitler's own like the actual beliefs that the Nazis inculcated once they came to power we're basically the same thing Rudolf Steiner's teaching with instead of it being in a theorist being it's literally Hitler but it's the same idea as this birth what happened what led into Nazism. It's like if you WanNa if you WANNA be a like a dictator you look these search around for justifications ends and there was the soup of convenient bullshit for them to pick from in in the that was that was happening around that time so yeah it was like convenient vincent like without this guy was a dumb ass but this this other person just Hitler may have even thought this guy was dumb ass but he used him as a You know what I mean. I mean it's just this all becomes useful like these philosophies become useful to someone who puts them all together and says here's why I need need to do this bad shit yeah and it's you know Steiner's not the only guy saying stuff like this and lead up to the FIA so fickle society saying similar like he's part of like a constellation of thinkers who prepares the intellectual soil in Germany for the kind of beliefs that the Nazis introduce like like he helps ready the soil although again I wanna make it very clear he was not a Nazi himself was not a follower of Hitler's back to racism. I'm going to quote again from that starred Meyer Fire Right Up. That's the professor from Marquette University. Who's done a lot of the research on Rudolf Steiner quote standard propagated a host of racist myths about Negroes? He taught at black people are sensual. Who'll instinct driven primitive creatures ruled by their brain stem? He denounced the immigration of blacks to Europe as terrible and brutal and decried its effects on blood and race. He warned that white women shouldn't read Negro novels during pregnancy otherwise they'd have Mulatto children in nineteen twenty two. He declared the Negro race does not belong in Europe and the fact that this race is now playing such a large role in Europe is of course nothing but a nuisance but the worst insult from an anthroposophic point of view is Steiner's dictum that people of color can't develop spiritually richly on their own. They must either be educated by whites or reincarnated in white skin Europeans in contrast are the most highly-developed humans indeed S. Steiner said Europe has always been the origin of all human development which I think some people I know in the Middle East to be a little bit pissed to hear that but it's a argument for another other day for Steiner and for anthroposophy there.
Blockbuster Exec 'Struggled Not to Laugh' At Netflix When They Offered to Sell For $50 Million In 2000
"Back in the year two thousand the CO founder of Netflix Mark Rudolf. He was the first CEO of net flicks was able to get a meeting with the C. E. O. of blockbuster. I named John and Yoko and this meeting eating was going to be in Texas so Marc. Randolph and his netflix executives jumped onto a private jet owned by Van Away. Yeah that's right from wheel of fortune. She has a private ship when she's not using it. She charters it and let other people use it on so that's just one inside note. Here is also making money off of chartering a private jet that sinking letters she doesn't even turn them she ports letters for a alluded go back around the fire we go so the net flicks team gets on. Vanna White's private jet and they fly Dallas and they meet with the CEO of blockbuster and and the other blockbuster executives and the Netflix guys pitch a plan to blockbuster. They said we need to merge blockbuster. We've got Dr Incredible Netflix. Dvd By mail operation which seems to be going very well and you've got all of these stores think what we could do take gather and and the CEO of blockbuster. people in the room said was struggling not to bust out laughing in their faces. No kidding it at the time. Netflix offered blockbuster net flicks for fifty million dollars which is a lot of money and in the year two two thousand when this meeting went down Netflix was actually losing money. They were going to lose like eight million dollars that year. Netflix wasn't then what it is now fifty the million dollars in this league at this level is chump change even then right fifty million dollars and at that point the C. Joe lost his composure and started of blockbuster and started to giggle and the whole deal went down they got laughed out of the room and the net addicts team got back on Vanna White's plane and they headed back home to their headquarters now at first blush. You're saying what an idiot the blockbuster. CEO Oh was but given the time and given the situation that Netflix was in and given their delivery system which when they were sending those to your house I always thought was a little oh sketchy as far as a business platform. I don't think the blockbuster guys were really stupid. Guys now what you know now. I don't think the the blockbuster guys were paying enough attention and here's why when I was a freshman in high school I remember learning that soon in movies were gonNA come to our houses over the phone lines and that was significantly before the year two thousand. I see what you mean so they weren't they were cocky and arrogant again and they weren't paying attention to what was coming down the road just a couple of years later. Netflix went public with a market cap of six and a half billion dollars yes and then seven years later they began offering streaming movies as opposed to DVD. Reynolds meanwhile blockbuster peaked in two thousand and four and went bankrupt in two thousand ten. The streaming thing was the key you're right. They should have been aware that straightening was going to become as the old delivery system through the mail was not not that big of a competition a blockbuster anybody that was paying attention knew that the the DVD's through the mail and the DVD's at the store there was an a a ticking clock on that store it right right but the blockbuster guys were so arrogant and so- dismissive of this little scrappy weird startup that nobody's ever heard of that they left them out of the room and back onto Vanna White's and today net stream is a global force of domination and and blockbuster is a punchline on
Hallmark Cuts Ties With Lori Loughlin Amid College Scandal
"Somebody who's not worried about celebrating on Saint Patrick's Day to be Lori Loughlin who is just taking it. I mean, just really getting. Hammered as it should be because of these alleged bribes to get her two daughters into USC saying that they were on crew, and they weren't especially when USC has a seven percent admission rate. I mean, it's so low, and you've got students that are filing class action suits at Stanford. You've got all kinds of things that are happening across the country. The outrage over this college bribes stuff, and I'll tell you. I mean, it's not going away. I think it's only gonna get worse for some of the people that were involved in this. And certainly she was she was one of them, and she was on full house. And then she was also in a lot of the hallmark shows. So the hallmark people decided, that's it. They're dumping her. So she gets dumped for anything. To hallmark and she was released on one million dollar bond in this bribery scam. So it's basically the end of the line. They're calling it that she committed career suicide with a college admissions scandal because she's got that vanilla sweet Pretty Woman look where she was on a lot of those hallmark shows. It had to be some decent cash for her. You know, she had a couple of movie franchises the garage sale mystery when calls the heart excetera, and that's it. They're just casting her side because they don't want to be tied to this in in any way. And of course. After the success of this full house on ABC running for eight years until ninety five that's pretty big because then she was able to pick up some of these other cameo appearances and jump onto this other channel excetera, but that's it. So so she's out she made like fifteen movies, at least for hallmark. And then her daughter who was at USC using her dorm room, cutting these videos talking about how to wear makeup Sephora dumped her because Sephora was sponsoring her as an influence her. And of course, the daughters in the end drop out of USC after this admission scandal because how could they possibly continue to stay there and take some of the harassment. They would get I'm sure from some of the people who are furious about what's happened there. So there's. Lawsuits. There's blowback there's plenty of coaches who have lost their jobs in the middle of all this. There's going to be more charges excetera and. What happened was because somebody's talking to me about this. This is the buzz in your backyard and mind everybody's talking about this. How did this come down? I mean, what who tipped off the feds to this? And I guess what happened was there was a there was a guy who wanted leniency from the feds course to get reduced sentence. Whatever or not have any kind of a sentence. And he's the one who really tipped the scales in this. And it is this Los Angeles financial guy Maury Tobin who turned in a big tip that led to this whole thing blowing up and all the dominoes falling. You know? He was a Yale grad, and he told investigators that. Rudolf Meredith the head women's soccer coach at the Ivy league school solicited four hundred and fifty thousand from him in exchange for recommending Tobin's daughter for mission as an athletic recruit. So he agreed to wear a wire during a meeting in a Boston hotel room with narrative who also started cooperating that then led them to the mastermind this guy Rick singer. We have talked about for a couple of days. He is the California college prep expert who raked in two thousand five mil from the wealthy parents to get their kids who were underqualified into those top schools, and that included yell that I just mentioned Wake Forest, Georgetown and Stanford and get the name of this operation varsity blues and the scam went back to two thousand and eleven so it was a ten month investigation. Allegedly a lot of crooked ACT SAT proctors college, athletic coaches, and parents, and we're seeing now how this whole thing has collapsed and the side door has closed on a few hands right now. That's for sure and who does jail time, and what ends up happening there were far cry away from that. But there's gonna be a lot of lawsuits that are going to have to be dealt with USC. Already said in their new recruiting class. They've already dumped six out thinking that they're part of this whole deal as well. So there are cleaning house as rapidly as they can and all the other schools are doing this. And they don't want to end up like Stanford. But they're going to end up. I'm sure there's going to be all a lot of lawsuits around this because the to Stanford students they're suing the university of southern California, Yale University of California, Los Angeles, and some others over a massive cheating case that involved these affluent
US Senate passes bill to avert shutdown
"The as are seventy one the Naser Twenty-one with Rudolf responding present. Arizona Republican Jeff flake used a little holiday humor in the Senate. Passage of a Bill that will keep the government funded through early February. It's a critical step to avoid a partial shutdown of federal agencies this week the vote came after President Trump back down from his demand for five billion dollars to build his border wall. The house is expected to vote on the belt before the Friday deadline.
Hundreds of neo-Nazis march in Berlin, protected by police
"There was a failure to communicate in Berlin Germany as hundreds of Neo Nazis waving flags with the colors of the German Reich. Marched through the city while counter Her protesters met them head on authorities say, police in riot gear had a physically remove some left-wing demonstrators. Who were, staging sit down. Protests along the March route. Stones, and bottles were thrown out there's no word of how many people were injured, the far-right protesters were shirts. Commemorating the thirty first anniversary of. The death of high ranking Nazi official. Rudolf
Hundreds of neo-Nazis march in Berlin, protected by police
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Tommy Maddox says Ben Roethlisberger will treat rookie Mason Rudolph with respect
"With with statute of what's the statute of limitations on what the nfl does and that's an you just go back and say oh was too many years ago we can't go and i'm going to if that happens i'm sorry i'm throwing bs flag on this matt patricia indicted in the sexual assault case in south padre island texas twenty two years ago but the diamond never went to trial espn radio's will cain on the wilkin show as much as i have been a yeah we don't know all the facts let's not rush to judgment i've been contrarian on mob justice i've been contrarian on anything short of convictions i gotta tell you i don't see an injustice being done here when it comes to this story coming out about matt patricia this is news worthy he was arrested charged indicted now indicted doesn't mean guilty by any stretch of the imagination died means nine out of twelve people found there was probable cause that case an evidence was there to go forward but this is a serious issue a serious story i don't have any issue with this coming up i don't think it should get in the way of matt patricia 's career i don't think she'd get in the way of his future i don't think he should be viewed as a criminal i think you should be viewed as a bad guy i can't pass judgment i wasn't there i don't know what happened but i do know the story is a story i know that the story matters i know that it's got to come up matt patricia will be entering his first year as lion's head coach after spending the last fourteen as an assistant or defensive coordinator with the patriots well not many people understand these steelers ben rothlisberger mason rudolph dynamic better than tommy maddox former steelers quarterback was replaced by rothlisberger in two thousand four and maddox told the spn that rothlisberger might not oh it's rudolf to mentor him but shouldn't shut him either espn analyst and former nfl quarterback matt hasselbeck rothlisberger as expressed displeasure of the steelers drafting quarterback mason rudolph what are your impressions of how ben is publicly handling the situation in pittsburgh.
"rudolf" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"So to recant this on november thirty of two thousand seventeen prosecutors working for muller charged flynn with lying to fbi agents the following day flynn pled guilty before judge rudolf contrarius less than a week later is like a matter of days and without explanation lindh's case was reassigned to judge emmet sullivan sullivan was the judge in another famous case like this that went against prosecutors and i'm having a mental block uh maybe it's mentioned in this story one of the new judges first orders of business was to interest damning order december twelve two thousand seventeen directing the government reduced to defendant flynn in a timely matter including during plea negotiations any evidence in its possession that is favorable to flynn and material either to his guilt or punishment sullivan's standing order further directed the government even it has identified any information favorable to flynn but which the government believes not to be material to submit that to the court to ted stevens that's exactly what it was the government renamed and and and and got ted stevens for lying or some such thing and this is a judge came in rover turned it that's exactly right senator ted stevens of alaska was found guilty of some such thing and this is the judge came in and found the government irregularities at reversed the the decision and remove the the guilt away from uh from from ted stevens lands attorneys should start receiving all of this pretty soon from the special counsel's office and if this exculpatory news shall we say why does indeed withheld from flynn and common sense says it has to have been why else plead guilty if your told that the agent of interviewed you didn't think he would lied and if the washington post publishes their transcript than they way in that they don't think fled lied and if other fbi agents looking at us don't they flint why then why is flynn pleading guilty to lying is because he wasn't toll and if that's the case what other evidence has been withheld see this this kind of thing always provides a starting point now the solution so if prosecutors and investigators have withheld this really important news from flynn then the question arises what other evidence may have been withheld like from.
"rudolf" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The eagle game i mean there wasn't much of a game as it turned out obviously minnesota takes you'll be kickoff works right down the field neil like oh my god when i seminar then who is a rudolf car rudolph the for the touchdown and everything changed with that chris long hitting a keen money on and fed to force the net interception roberson returns it for a touchdown and the floodgates opened up after the was edmund i really changed everything 'cause you're you're right the vikings get the football theorist and just march down the field goal easy easy there was only one third down it was a third into they got it on the car rudolf play he was wide open wide open it was nobody near him and then the top things off not only did the vikings defense quickly force upon but remember that trade burton was wide open and somehow yes of football out of bounds as as you work was awful right that's right so why then and there you're talking about a bad start for the philadelphia eagles it's a pretty bad on the vikings convert on a thirddown and patrick robinson's interesting because he's been around for a few years and he's not very good that good he comes to philadelphia this year he's been great he's been fantastic and the exclamation point on his greatness was and you mentioned it chris long really had a lot of demere uga increasing agree recovered that fumble way iran are natto strip zakho lured out of keno and he caused the interception the art robinson not only was able to pick it off but was able to march fifty yards including a gang of big block i think was ronald donnelly on lockdown was here to get in the end zone and tie the game up and from that moment it's like we were watering a completely different five likely they turned on the four sued and according to shut it off any more now minnesota that was the.
"rudolf" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"The the the the oh yeah oh yeah dortha but sure the the whoa we've all heard of rudolf bad news shiny knows and we all know frosty who's made out of snow but all of those dory's theme kind of gay because we all know who brightens up our hall.
"rudolf" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Good the core or you know dasher and dancer and france room mix calm a human dahmer in woods budde do you read all the most famous reindeer are all rudolph the red nosed reindeer has had a very shiny no and did you ever solid and then you would even say blow all of the other the reindeer has used to at them call 'em name they never latin or rudong join and in the reindeer games they an one foggy risk must see an heym to say rudolf where your nose so bride walk you've lied my sleigh tunein them how the reindeer loved and as they shot it out with glee and rudong the red nosed reindeer and you'll go down in his dog eight ooh move back woo hoo woo he do rudolph the red nosed reindeer have a very shiny in no i am debut edwards saw when you would even say it go all love the third reindeer used to laugh and call him naive and they member led bore rudol dawn mme reindeer gay then one foggy bruce mercy sanath aims use rudolf way if you are and also by longview guide nice lady and 'em how the reindeer loved him as they shouted now where lee road all the red nosed reindeer you'll go down in near story merry christmas and happy new year i'm mark bell languishing you the best this season on news talk eleven thirty wyay said.
"rudolf" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Kinam phelan good tight end in zach rudolf i was thinking about zach randolph uncowed rudolf kyle rudolf stefan digs great defense but ask a team to go atlanta win a very very very physical game tight fourteen nine then to go back home than to come back to essentially the same area in charlotte and beat a pretty good carolina team it again a lot of it depends on how cam is operating and he hasn't exactly been efficient or prolific certainly the last two weeks but for whatever reason because i think what what i'm asking minnesota the do they're just do for a little bit of a letdown what are they won eight in a row just do for a little bit of a letdown carolina wins the squeaker i would be shocked by any means if carolina loses and if camp place poorly stole gm played very good last two games but i think caruana finds away somehow some way to win a football game other big games raiders and the chiefs to six in six teams listen it's now or never time for the kansas city chiefs and this is a team that started off five onoh you're at arrowhead your seasons essentially on the line people are doubting you what are your best corners if while your best corner period i am there had a great season is suspended for the game because quite honestly act like a fool through the referee's flag ran off the field carry out of tunnel without a shoe wall nor without socks on got into an argument according to mike era full with a coach of the boss a police go kicked rocks marcus peters i mean give me a break act like a human being act like a professional but yet jaido trust oh good in a big spot on the road good offense of wind derek car crabtree i think of murray coopers banged up i think he's going to not play that was the last.
"rudolf" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And i'll reach the woge thing and just a second but because we had that they are attacked by mason rudolf i was looking yesterday mcshea put out his own big board is i'm date hasn't called the big board but his top thirtytwo pro nfl draft prospect i wanted to see how many quarterbacks were in it he doesn't have mason rudolf as one of his top 32 prospect he doesn't have lamar jackson is one of his title here quarterbacks quarterback a three quarterback said in a little different order he has sam donald the number one player in the draft and he has josh allen the kid from wyoming number two now a lot of people are falling off off he struggled easy plays for wyoming and for those who are not following this because most people don't follow wyoming football but if you root for a team that's going to draft a quarterback you're paying attention they've played to power five conference all right on the iowa on spoke to miami florida into any they've gotten they've gotten obliterated which i understand that he's playing with with us right inferior talent but his numbers have been really bad to half they have but you know you again just as good numbers i don't get hung up on i be careful of bad numbers as well it's you look at interceptions what were the intersections like where they tipped balls were they and then money tuesay reading did he go the right way duty to lock onto that receivers that will get caused it interception was it just an errant pass that was intercepted there are reasons that you look forward to elect makes rough i'm gonna tell us straight here in a little bit and i'm gonna show you why i like what i see from him going to the next level because of how the pro game is played and what he does even though he as you know the tag of a big twelve quarterback can they be successful in the nfl it hasn't been there you know the andy reid is banking there pat mahomes can from texas tech who they drafted and mesa off i think is growing at a lotta people stature for the next level alan for what.