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Fresh "Samuel" from All Things Considered
"We will not be requiring vaccinations to be employed in the Cobb county school district Mask will continue to be strongly encouraged but will be optional Moving forward The letter threatened to sue the district if he does not change its rules At the height of fall bird migration in Georgia tens of millions of birds are flying over the state on some nights Well now Atlanta's can get updates on when the biggest flocks are expected As Molly Samuel reports the key to figuring it all out is whether radar Most songbirds migrate at night so we can't necessarily see them But the same tools that are used for weather forecasts can also detect birds and let people know they're coming Some nights depending on the direction of the winds And if it was rain it could be just a few thousand but on some of the big nights which we've had recently it's north of 30 million birds just over the state of Georgia Adam petrol is the director of conservation at Georgia Audubon His group is working with a researcher to release daily bird forecasts He says he hopes people use the information and turn off lights that they don't need to help protect migrating birds that can get confused by outdoor lighting at night and by glass during the day The best estimates we have state that 365 million to 1 billion birds a year die from running in the buildings in the United States Georgia Audubon's bird forecasts are available on their website and on social media tonight about 28,000 birds are expected to fly over Atlanta Tomorrow night more than 55,000 Molly Samuel WAB news And you can find more local news on our website that's W ABE dot org right now in the city 77° under a clear skies Overnight lows will fall to the mid 50s and for your weekend lots of sunshine 78 for tomorrow 80 on Sunday.
"samuel" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock
"I wanna make sure that america is big enough and smart enough and looking forward enough to be able to have say texas in california but only coexist but prosper and make the whole country better. What does that mean for. The leadership approach a president should seek to instill in the country today. So my advice would be somewhat counter intuitive. So almost all. Recent presidents appeal to Unity and solidarity in ways that are surprisingly similar for a piece. I published recently in reason magazine. I looked at president biden and president trump's inaugural addresses and they actually say almost the same thing about about these these matters and it didn't work in either case as as we know. President trump was not particularly popular. When he was elected biden was briefly. A little bit more popular. But he seems to be descending quickly to a comparable level of unpopularity. So i would. I would advise presidents not to pretend that there is more unity and cohesion than there than there really is but rather to say. Look we disagree on a lot of things in a vast country with an enormous number of people. That's okay as your president. I am going to focus on discharging a much more limited number of tasks which are outlined by the constitution that can only be managed from this office and for the rest. I want you in your states. And i want your representatives in congress to try to figure it out for themselves now. I'm not totally naive. I don't think that would work. That would work overnight but we have learned over recent decades that presidents cannot bring about cohesion and consensus merely by uttering magic magic words. So my instinct would be maybe to try a different strategy. Lot of people here in this would go back. I'd argue at least thirty years at this point and certainly both of the legacy political parties that when they talk about unity. They're generally talking about submission to their point of view heavily respectful. That's right when when when most people talk about unity they mean everyone should agree with me. That's that's obviously not a sustainable of political situation. But it seems what we've been saddled with from who were producing as president in recent years. Let me ask you this. Samuel goldman you same. I think it's fair to say and this is not to only simplify your very nuanced views..
'Notting Hill,' 'The Duke' director Roger Michell dies at 65
"Director Roger Mitchell has died at the age of sixty five according to his family details on his death were not given our margins are a letter with a look at his career you have a stomach bug I could have a step up Roger Mitchell's most famous film is Notting hill with Hugh grant and Julia Roberts for a time it was the highest grossing British film ever Mitchell also me changing lanes with Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson as well as Venus with Peter o'toole Mitchell also directed for British theatre productions his TV adaptations include Jane Austen's persuasion and the Buddha of suburbia in the nineteen nineties
Dissecting Fulton County Fraud With Audit Expert Heather Mullins
"We have an audit expert. Who's been doing. Phenomenal work for real america's voice. Heather mullins high going heather. Thank you for joining us today. And thank you for the great work that you are doing. let's start with georgia and the audits. You've been doing a of work for real america's voice as an investigative reporter. Tell us what is the status of finding out what actually happened in the two thousand twenty election in the state of georgia charlie. There's actually quite a few investigations going on in georgia. The one most recently that i covered this week was A lawsuit filed by a group called voter. Gpa they're an election integrity group. That's been working in the state for over twenty years They filed the lawsuit. Too much unseal. And forensically analyze the absentee and mail in ballots in fulton. County georgia specifically. It's the exact same ballots that we saw in that state farm arena video that went viral of people scanning and ballots that they pulled out from underneath that people at one o'clock in the morning after observers were sent home well. Those ballots are the ones in question in this lawsuit and a judge so far have actually already unsealed then and what the the plaintiffs were given where the digital ballot images so every time a ballot is scanned in the voting machine Creates a digital and that is stored so they had access to those unfortunately in the resolution on images such poor quality that the forensic expert asked for a higher resolution and so where this case was a couple months ago was the judge had actually ordered that the town officials had to rescan those ballots at a higher resolution and hand them the images because georgia's secretary of state fouls degrees in his lawsuit claiming that it's anybody touch those ballots. It'd be felony. Charlie almost to try to like stop the audit from going forward and so this judges like all right. We'll working we're gonna take these people that can legally handle those ballots and we're gonna make them re skin them at a higher resolution so this case went back to court on monday and the attorney representing fulton. County is gonna georgia's talk criminal. Defense attorney is a guy named don samuel who tiny white collar criminal defense course at georgia university but then thinking right so he started saying that. The georgia bureau of investigation. The secretary of state office had already done an investigation and and there was no fraud like nothing was found and was basically trying to say you know grant my motion to dismiss this case. Will the judge said. Can you cite the report. Is anybody in this courtroom. Have any report from the secretary of state office. The georgia bureau investigation on anything. They've done that pertains to essentially counterfeit balance. Nobody had any answer. So the judge pause this lawsuit and is giving the secretary's day gb. I twenty days to basically bring them up to speed if they've done anything and if not i mean we go back to court on november fifteen the judge then move forward to continue until about
The Time Has Come to Reclaim the American Republic
"The time has come to reclaim what is ours. As I write in American Marxism. What is ours, the American Republic from those who seek to destroy it. If we expect others to rescue our nation for us, as we go about our daily lives as mere observers to what is transpiring Or close our eyes and ears to current events. We will lose the struggle and yes, it's a struggle. We've allowed the American Marxists to define who we are as a people. They d famous land. Our ancestors in history and trash have founding documents and principles. They're mostly reprobates who hate the country. And have contributed nothing to its betterment. Fact they live off the sweat and toil of others. You While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining its sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. The ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible for the enslavement. Impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protest stations from some in our society who embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. But attempted disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential and leadership positions of the Democratic Party, media, academia, culture and so forth. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Tom Paine. To name just a few. And become energized and inspired by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison.
A Quest to Support Women-Led Businesses
"Stacey. You've got a new book out this week. Yes i do. It is called machiavelli for women. I love this item. Thank you. It was very fun to right. It's all about women and work and a lot of it's sort of based on some of the economic data that's kind of frustrated me for a long time. That's right one of the big ones has to do with company leadership. So deary nearly. Eighty percent of ceos are male. Nearly ninety percent are white and these numbers haven't really budged in a decade and it could never understand quite what was going on especially since some of the other numbers in the economy were so promising and exciting. Things just seem stuck in this area. And as i was doing research for my book this article caught my eye. It was written by alana samuels. She is the senior economics correspondent for time magazine and apparently she had been noticing. These numbers as well. I was just feeling very frustrated and thinking. What can i do about this. And the only thing i can think of is to stop giving my money to all these businesses that are run by men and giving them. Instead to businesses run by women alana decided to buy only products from companies that will owned or run by
Could We Delete Our Memories One Day?
"So a new movie debuted on. Hbo max earlier. This month from the creators of westworld and starring hugh jackman called reminiscence. It's about a world where scientists have created a way of relieving your memories and recovering lost. Ones it's been getting pretty bad reviews. And frankly i keep forgetting to check it out but it does have a very intriguing premise. In what if we could relive memories. What have we could change them or heck. What if we could delete memories altogether. I definitely have some that. I wish i could forget. In a recent installment of their gizeh asks series. Gizmodo spoke to a panel of researchers about whether such thing would ever actually be possible. Samuel shocker professor emeritus of neuroscience at columbia university says that the principal is kind of there but in practice it's more complicated quote the evidence from neuroscience right now suggests that a given memory is very sparsely encoded. What that means is that our cerebral cortex where most of these memories are stored has about fifteen billion nerve cells at a particular memory involve a change in activity of only a couple hundred of them. Finding those few hundred cells is very very complicated and quote. He points to a number of ongoing studies however that show what we're currently capable of in one. Scientists are able to identify a group of cells participating in one of a mouse as memories and then manipulate them enough to prove that the mouse forgot the memory. But shocker says doing that on a human scale to the sophisticated level. Most people think of when talking about deleting memories is probably not possible but in terms of similar therapies for trauma quote. A memory has four basic phases. It's initiated then consolidated then stored and then recalled in both animals like mice and monkeys and in humans. each of these phases have been shown to share a certain mechanism. Scientists are now focusing on those shared mechanisms to see if maladaptive memories can lose their anxiety provoking aura. You don't forget that you got mugged in front of a mailbox instead. The mailbox stops meaning what it used to mean. The memory is still there but it's emotional. Context has been
Clinics Ask High Court to Block Texas 6-Week Abortion Ban
"Abortion providers in Texas are asking the US Supreme Court to block a new state law that would allow private citizens to sue anyone who helps a woman get an abortion abortion providers filed an emergency appeal with justice Samuel Alito after a panel of appellate judges refused to block enforcement of the law before it takes effect Wednesday the plaintiffs say the new law would rule out eighty five percent of abortions in Texas and forced many clinics to close the Texas law bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat can be detected that can be as early as six weeks and can be before a woman even though she's pregnant instead of setting criminal penalties this long encourages private citizens to bring lawsuits against doctors or anyone who helps a woman gets an abortion at that early stage at least twelve other states have enacted similar bans but all have been blocked from going into effect Jackie Quinn Washington
"samuel" Discussed on Froning and Friends
"Or let's talk about. It's been a while high games got a little bit. Kinda crazy sucked into that so now here we are. Let's try to get back on a roll with this. We are second samuel. What twenty one. Twenty one we're almost through second samuel and then we gotta figure out where we're going next tasers in charge of that so once we i guess the holy spirit's in charge that right thing to do. That's in charge of our spiritual journey. Attorney king yes..
Remembering Japanese Martial Arts Star Sonny Chiba
"Sonny Chiba was a prolific actor known for his Japanese martial arts movies. His movements were brutal his facial expressions fearsome as he punched and kicked his way through more than 100 films. CIPA died this week in a hospital in Japan due to complications from Covid 19. He was 82. NPR's Andrew Lim bahng has this appreciation. You know how in the movie pulp fiction Samuel L. Jackson has that big speech that goes and I will strike down upon the with great vengeance and few well writer and director Quentin Tarantino Cryptid from a 1973 Sonny Chiba movie known in the U. S, as the bodyguard and they shall know that I am Cuba. The body. God when I shall lay my vengeance upon them, their chief of plays a vigilante who shares his name pummeling Japan's drug overlords. She was follow up movie was 1974. The street fighter is big international debut and of violent and bloody one at that scenes like the one where he punches the guy so hard on the head that the movie cuts to an X ray shot of his skull cracking and then back to the guy spurting blood earned the street fighter and X rating in the U. S senate. Chiba was born in 1939. He studied martial arts and started working on screen for a Japanese Kids TV show. He went on to have a prolific career in action movies and TV shows in Japan, and he got wider recognition in the U. S. When Tarantino continue to pay tribute by casting him as retired swordsmith Hattori Hanzo in the Kill bill movies. You My 70, he grads you need to have to enhance his Stu. For many fans of the genre. Sonny Chiba sits comfortably at the top of a mountain of broken
Being Empowered by the Holy Spirit
"I samuel chapter ten verse six. Then the spirit of the lord will rush upon you and you will prophesy with them and be turned into another man. Now this verse. Don't miss the picture that correlation between the spirit of god on someone and prophecy proclamation of god's word. This is a picture. We see all throughout the old testament at different points. Here it's with saul this promise the spirit lord will come upon you and the result is you will speak. You'll be turned into another person. You'll be able to speak in supernatural ways and we see this again all throughout the old testament when you see prophets. What's the prophet empowered by the of god to do. A profit is empowered by the spirit of god to proclaim the word of god with supernatural power. Now what's interesting is when you get to acts chapter two and you see the holy spirit. Come down at pentecost what happens in that scene. All these people start to speak the word of god and all these different languages and peter stands up and preaches. He quotes from joel chapter two. About how the spirit of god will come upon men and women and they shall. Prophesy it's interesting. You look in luke and acts so lucrative both the book of luke and the book of acts and every time. There's eight different times where we see the spirit of god filling someone and every time that person speaks or proclaims god's word flowing from that filling of the spirit so the picture. I want to encourage you with today for everyone who has trusted in. Jesus you have the holy spirit living in you. And i want to ask you to consider what purpose is the holy spirit living in you. Four and based on all we've seen in the old testament what we see in the new testament and specifically i would point to acts chapter one verse eight. You'll receive power when the holy spirit comes upon you and you will be jesus says my what my witnesses
US to Allow Visitors From Hong Kong to Stay for 18 Months
"Is announced that thousands of Hong Kong residents Will be offered a temporary safe haven in the US, Mr Biden said they were compelling foreign policy reasons for the move and cited the territories ongoing freedoms being violated by Beijing. The U. S will allow visitors to stay for a period of 18 months, and it could impact thousands of Hong Kong residents who are already in the country. Let's hear now from Samuel to who campaign for this and who is the founder, managing director. Of the Hong Kong Democracy Counselor Washington D. C based non profit organization dedicated to promoting democracy and human rights in Hong Kong summer. Thanks for joining us this morning, I'm sure you are pretty happy man. At the moment. But why has the White House made this decision now? Well, thank you for having me and yes, I think we're delighted. And, uh, and celebrating for many Hong Kong as you are here in the U. S already that will receive this benefit immediately. Um, I think there are a couple of things that have to become the minded. The crackdown in Hong Kong has been unfolding now for two years. Right in plain sight. And so I think that to send people back to force people to return, many of whom would face certain arrests and prosecution. Is simply inhumane and unacceptable. So then you would you have liked it to be longer than 18 months because it's not going to change the situation in 18 months. Is it in Hong Kong? Yeah, I think that the 18 months is a fairly standard practice, you know for US government in terms of protecting temporary status, providing temporary status for folks who can't return to their home country. And I want to point out that this is a renewable 18 months by the order of the president, and I believe that you know the situation continues and it warranted. I think that the administration will continue this protection for Hong Kongers. Do you think we could see
Marxists Smear Our Great Revolutionaries, When Marxists Have Contributed Nothing to Society
"They're mostly reprobates who hate the country in which they live. Have contributed nothing. So it's betterment. Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others while they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx, whose writings are responsible. The enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embrace an advanced Marxism score ideas. Attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. These are the useful idiots who occupy influential or leadership positions in the Democratic Party, media, academia, the culture and etcetera and I might add. Many in the Republican Party. But we must take solace and find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren. Samuel Adams. John Hancock. Paul Revere. Thomas Paine, to name a few. And become energized and spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington. Thomas Jefferson. John Adams. James Madison. Benjamin Franklin. And many others. Well. They have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated The most powerful military force on Earth. And found the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of
"samuel" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling
"Stuff said jonathan moves. Bamboo shoots fruit chocolate cake. Now me wondered samuela z. I. jonathan's enormous teeth nope oscar rulers or vegetarians. We don't deep meat. Did you say you had some chocolate cake. No like didn't said samuel. But i can have a look. Samuel had been prepared to give a lot of love and attention to a new puppy and was now equally determined to give it all to jonathan just because jonathan was a hawking. Great gorilla didn't mean they couldn't do the things samuel had wanted to do with the dog. The first of these was going for a walk. Jonathan of course didn't need a collar and a lead. he simply held samuels hand. They would walk around the neighborhood. With samuel pointing out his school and his friends houses understandably none of samuels neighbors had seen a guerilla going for a stroll before. And this did cause a few problems. Mr baker was watering his flowers on the front lawn. When samuel in jonathan passed by he was so distracted by the sight of guerrilla walking along hand in hand with a little boy that he didn't notice he was pointing the hose at his open-top sports car which was now quickly filling up like a swimming. Pool samuel also took jonathan along to the puppy training class. His mom had booked she had already paid for it. After all the lady running the class had never seen a gorilla in her class before she wanted to say no but her sheep did show. The lesson was paid for so she shrugged her shoulders and let them in today. The puppies were learning to sit and stay the owners had to give the command encourage their puppies to sit and stay sat while they backed away. Sit said samuel rather unexpectedly. Jonathan walked out of the room. He reappeared moments later with a small armchair onto which he did. Indeed sid spe said samuel raido said jonathan and got out a book to read. Having a guerilla for a pet was in many ways. Nothing at all like having a poppy and yet samuel never once thought he'd made the wrong decision he had given jonathan a loving home and in return. Jonathan hit become part of the family. The moment samuel grew to love best or the lazy evenings in front of the tv. They would watch their favorite shows. Snuggled up together snacking on fruit and the occasional slice of chocolate cake. Samuel enjoyed watching paul patrol and jurassic world camp while jonathan rather enjoyed cookery programmes particularly the baking ones. One evening they were clicking through the channels and came across the local news. They would doing a story about the zoo. It's major new. Attraction was proving to be a huge hit with the visitors. It turned out that the zoo had recently built a ceautiful gorilla house but somehow it had ended up housing a tiny hamster instead people had fallen in love with the little creature as they watched it. Climb ropes and swing on tires. It was now the most popular animal. There that's amazing said samuel. He changed the channel. Yes agreed.
Amazon Alexa Gets New Voices, Including Actors Melissa McCarthy and Samuel L. Jackson
"This month. Alexa is going to sound a little bit. Different on july fifteenth the tech giant rolled out an update to its digital voice assistant to include a second voice option. As you know amazon's assistant typically has like a feminine sounding voice with this update. You can change that to a more masculine voice setting this all up his quite simple. You just say the assistant's name followed by quote. Change your voice and quote but that's not all there's an additional wake word you can use in place of alexa. That new word is ziggy Basically it works the same way instead of saying the primary name of amazon's digital assistant You can say ziggy instead. If you're a fan of gigi and you've never tried to swap out the wake word and you kind of want to try it out. Anyway you have some other choices to You can use amazon. You can use echo or you can use computer And the way to do this is really simple. Just like with the change. Your voice option. You can make a query to the assistant and say change the wake word to whatever you want Another way to do this too is open up the app for the voice assistant go to the menu. Select your settings than device settings. Then you go to the device that you want to update with this new wake word and then you choose the when you want and that's it now if you don't want either of these options for voices you can actually add a little bit of celebrity flare After introducing an option awhile. Back to add actor. Samuel jackson's voice to queries amazon is much similar offerings featuring actress melissa mccarthy an nba legend shaquille. O'neal so the way it works is you kind of ask them directly as you would amazon's digital assistance. You might say hey shack. Tell me about the weather. Hey samuel Tell me about the news today. And it works exactly the same way and they will read everything in
We Must Find the Strength of Our Early Revolutionaries: Hancock, Revere, Paine, and More
"Indeed, they live off the sweat and toil of others. While they pursue a destructive and diabolical course for our nation. Undermining and sabotaging virtually every institution in our society. Their ideology and worldview are based on the arguments and beliefs of a man Karl Marx. His writings are responsible for the enslavement, impoverishment, torture and death of untold millions. This is a hard fact. Despite the predictable protestations from some in our society. Embracing advanced Marxism, Marxism score ideas. An attempt to disassociate themselves from responsibility for its inevitable outcomes. Bear with me. I'm reading with one eye. These are the useful idiot to occupy. And influence our leadership positions in the Democratic Party media academia in the culture. But we must take solace. Find strength in the sacrifice and bravery of our early revolutionaries. Joseph Warren Samuel Adams. John Hancock, Paul Revere, Thomas Paine. To name a few. Become energized and in spirited by the wisdom and genius of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson. John Adams, James Madison. Benjamin Franklin and many others. Well, they have smeared and degraded. While they have been smeared and degraded by American Marxists and their ilk. We must continue to celebrate them be invigorated by them. And remember that together they defeated the most powerful military force on Earth. Founded the greatest and most extraordinary nation in the history of mankind.
How Pat Boone Offered His Life to Christ
"My guest. Today is mr pat. Boone pat boone. My friend welcome to this program. Lets me it's radio so feel free to talk and listen pat. I gotta tell you. I got to tell my audience just to set them up for what we're gonna discuss. I had the privilege we were in dallas together at the are a couple of weeks ago. my daughter and i had the joy of spending some time with you At that dinner there was a special dinner and Then album and i might producer. Were in the room The next day. I think it was two days later when you got a very special award and that got me thinking about you and your career and i said i want to have you on this program to talk about your career. Talk about anything you want. But that evening was so special pat. I was sitting there watching. They had put together a beautiful video. Package introducing you and your career before they brought you up on the stage and to be reminded of all the things that god has used you to do over the years. It was overwhelming. I said i want my audience especially younger folks. Who don't know you to know about this stuff. And then when you gave your speech i thought this is getting more ridiculous because it was one of the most moving beautiful speeches pat. It was amazing what you said. So we're going to put that on my youtube channel my personal youtube channel so people can watch it but let's just start there pat. How do you. i mean that that was. That was an amazing evening. What was your response. Or what were you feeling that evening to get this lifetime. Legend award well. It's ila mixture of feelings. Erica of course Happy that i was given being given an award and singled out amongst a lot of other people who i feel sure more worthy but very emotional because as you heard me say and i won't say at all is my life was getting underway in my late teens. I was asking god. This was personal just between me and him to use my life and some way that that would please him that would serve his purpose. We're up in the attic. You were sixteen years old or something like that. Yeah yeah about sixteen. I had claimed this raw unfinished attic. Full of kinda junk. That's everybody's excuse at my penthouse. Because my brother he was younger than me. We'd been sharing this double bid and our modest home in nashville for years and of course we were. We loved each other. We were brothers but each of us would like to head the bed and the privacy to himself when you hit sixteen. You're a man you want your own room so you head up to the attic. I understand so. I asked mom and dad if i could have the attic. And it's well. It's just an attic and i said yeah but there's room and i can put caught up there and it'll be my place and nick can have the double bed here downstairs and in the bedroom. So that's what we did. And i will say that being up there alone lot of the time i could study up there had light. It was raw. It was nobody people would have felt. Sorry for me. I guess but i enjoyed it because it was mine and i was. I had the privacy. So i used some of that time as a young christian to talk to god and just say i. I don't know where this road. I'll look out the window up this curving road out the window of the advocate. It went up the hill and around and around the bend and it was like a an assembly assembly or a parable to me about my life. My life is going around a bend. I don't know where i'm going. But god please use me in some way that will serve you and will bless all the people. It was a simple prayer. And i didn't know what i was asking but but i met it and i repeated it and and then i'd come down and have breakfast and go to school and I just never forgot that. I had pledged to myself. That what i didn't know what i didn't tell you i didn't mention that night because i'm the oldest of four kids and i've been blessed than many ways beyond my brother and two sisters. I love him and they love me. And we're very close. But i was singled out and i asked my mama since i was the first born. Did you ever do when. I read about little samuel. And and and his mom who he couldn't even have a child and god miraculously gave her the child then she raised him to heaven and and gave him to god. I said. Did you ever do anything like that with me. And she teared up. She'd never told me she said yes. On when you were just an infant Do before the lord and said he's yours lord using for your purposes. She never told me that until i asked her. As a you know in my fifties. I never knew she had taken her. First born son and like hannah and samuel just raised me up and said take him lord. He's yours so with all of my failings and faults and mistakes all through the years and i made plenty of people who know me know about him. God is blessed in us and directed my life and i've had that sense that That he had a purpose for me. Well it's it's just overwhelming and again you know for for people especially younger people tuning in who don't know when i mentioned to my cousin in greece Who i guess he's just seventy this year that That i had become friendly with you. He couldn't believe it. He thought pat boone. What he's in greece. But i mean the whole world of certain generations knows you knows that you were a recording star hitting every every bell that could be wrong top number one hits everything movies everything and of course younger people. Today they would. They would have no idea about that. So i said i wanna go over your career because you talked about this about giving your life to god having no idea. Let's be honest what what lies ahead. And what lay ahead for you. You met the queen of england twice. You met everybody. We can possibly think of Elvis you're friendly with all these people. Every bob hope whoever it is it is a staggering career. That you've had. And i just wanna go backwards and let me just ask you said you know the queen of england so you met the queen of england twice it's hedge. It's an embarrassment. It was because i met her twice. The second time was when i was deeply deeply embarrassed. the first time i was in college at at columbia university had transferred from north texas state to columbia was having hit records and my career was taking off an astonishing way so in college. You're having hit records and your careers taken off. So what nineteen twenty twenty one. Twenty two to twenty one as as i launched the first ever of of musical variety show for a guy my age at twenty one on On abc television. And then and i'm still in college. I'm taking classes every weekday and saturdays to at columbia university and siring four kids hiring for kids. That's is that the most delicate way you could put it pat boone siren where kids these lovely women that are now some of them grandmothers. Okay so
"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Lincoln took the end saw handed him his briefs and through the brief in the trash basket without reading it and told the plaintiffs of the defendants. He has to go. i do so they are blunkett. Wow this is we're going to another break. We're gonna be back a few more minutes folks stick around folks. I'm talking to dr samuel mitchum Whose books have been translated into many languages. An historian who's written many books Documentum i'm just fascinated about so much of what you're saying they're such rich history here But it's disturbing. I mean the picture that you paint of Of lincoln i've heard such things but never In exactly this way he what would account for him putting stanton in his cabinet. Is that the basic idea that you put your enemies in your cabinet. That was it. If your friends close your enemies closer. He was lobbied by our william seward. you know you look at the penny you got abraham lincoln on everybody loves. The lincoln owned a penny Strong merciful determined integrity All of this has been buried. It didn't work that way on the ground. All the time and He felt that he needed stanton Because of the radical republicans who want him on the cabinet and they got him and he was quite frankly. Better secretary of war than this assessor The successors name. Kim rooney was a pennsylvania machine politician highly corrupt He's the one that had the famous quote. An politician is one. Who when he is bought stays out. But abraham lincoln spoke up far. the said Watch that. I do not believe would steal a red hot stove but we get how funny like was. At least i forget. He was full of those Would waza came up with a lot of witnesses but Stan did approve the efficiency improve the efficiency of the were department so he was an asset. You mean more effort until he had lincoln murdered well. He was involved in it. I believe sodas some other historians incidentally this lawrence baker. I told you about who i think. Stanton this being involved in the conspiracy. he was shot twice and lighter survived that but the county dead in his off apartment and the medical. Your topsy said he died of meningitis. Which means in those days had to seal the coffin and buried immediately which they did but the family finally got zooms and the cause of death was arsenic poisoning. He was murdered He wasn't the only one to disappear. John wilkes booth nineteen year old mistress one of them anyway else star She disappeared and so did john. power who was the policemen on duty. When like tonight at least he was supposed to be on duty. Went to a bar and Left lincoln unprotected. Now you gotta consider when booth went into box. She nobody a posting. The president united states didn't then anybody between him an assassin booth fired bullet or feet away and he went in there with one derringer single shot crystal one and i know that was all and the stove or something. He didn't expect any opposition would have been go ahead. That is truly astonishing. A single shot derringer. That was it. Do we know what was the gauge. What was the bullet pros by half an inch diameter forty four so it was a big bullet one shot where at a time So fascinating samuel mitchum. Thank you for being my guess. Congratulations on this new book. The retribution conspiracy to rise confederate secret. Service and congratulations on all your books. I look forward to reading some of them as soon as possible. Thanks also for your time..
"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Use it it works. Check it out folks as you know. I like books on history. I like them so much. Sometimes i write them. But i can't write them all. There are other authors out there and we try to find them. It's not easy but we found one in monroe louisiana. That's in that duck hunting neck of the woods where i have been with my daughter in the blind with phil robertson. That neck of the woods. We're talking again To our friend. Samuel mitchum samuel welcome back like very much what is what is this book about. I have to tell you. It's a very very intriguing. This is a brand new book. It's called the retribution conspiracy. The rise of the confederate secret service. What in the world is this. And how did it ended up being a whole book by you well Based on the theory that the confederates secret service was behind this us. Nation of o'brien lincoln and i- couched in a novel form because some of the dots can't be connected properly. But that makes sense when you stop and think about it. Their story in control of the secret service one hundred fifty four years after ceases to exist. You don't have to ask. Was it any good or not. You know it wasn't worth a hoop well. But i mean to play devil's advocate. After one hundred fifty four years. You think some people would a talked eventually around nineteen twenty. Some of these people would have started talking. So let's just so. My audience is clear even though it's a novel this is it's fact based you're not just making stuff up. The fundamental facts are there. That's right if i was a. Da i get enough outfall evidence against the confederate secret service to get an indictment but i couldn't get a conviction and Secret services do tend to be rather Secret yeah and I think Why none of them talk. They headed for the hills. Is the thesis of this book. New in other words I have never heard that the confederacy defeated in war nonetheless. After the war decided to kill lincoln have other books been been written about that. Because i've not heard that before. Well first of all or wash. Nobre robert de surrender april ninth but that was only about twenty percent of the confederate army. The rest of it was still in the field. A hand John wilkes booth a twenty six year. Old actor wasn't convinced floor was lost. I mean you. And i know it was but we're looking at it. Dispassionately a century and a half later. John wilkes booth. Who was right in the middle of it Bunks now now. i just have to clarify. 'cause this is all news to me since i don't live in the south. I've missed a lot of this. How is it that we say that. the app maddox. Courthouse ends the war. But that on april ninth when when lincoln was murdered The war was not over. I always believed that the war was fully over by the time he was killed. No he was killed while he was shot. On april fourth. Think the following morning but bauer large confederate forces. Still in the field. The whole army of tennessee nathan bedford forrest army. Richard taylor's army harvey the transmission department. It was by no means sure. In general charlene was very worried about this that the rest of the confederate armies would surrender. How can they not surrender if their general has surrendered in other words if he surrenders how is it Not clear that the word comes down. It's over because our leader has surrendered. well leona sirocco the army of northern virginia. It did not surrender the confederate army. When when was the war officially declared over then president. Andrew johnson declared it over in june of eighteen sixty five. I think they're all practical purposes. It was over Own may twenty six eighteen sixty five when the trans mississippi department are injured. I'm just amazed that. I'm learning about this right now. The idea that lincoln was murdered before the official end of the war. is fascinating. I'm assuming most people don't know this. Am i the only one. A lot of people don't Apple matic's is seen. Today is the end of the war and We know today that really Was basically the end of the confederacy. But that wasn't known in eighteen. Sixty five Sherman was particularly worried and soc branch that they confederate armies would break up and they would have a guerilla war for twenty years like with the japanese on those islands in the south pacific. Yeah it was more like three hundred thousand to three. So i guess i want to get this chronology right because i love learning about these things. When did sherman due his infamous march to the sea. Burning everything in the south. What months was that happening on. November december eighteen sixty four. Okay so that's long before The end of the war but So did he do that because why did he do that because it's us a little bit of a source point. While he wanted to break the south spirit. he wanted to break them economically. He didn't face much opposition matter of fact on a letter to his wife. He wants to talk about exterminating the southern population. And that was part of it and john. Is it a little bit like the dresden bombing. Something that simply need not have happened. I guess it depends on what you think about it I don't think it was necessary..
"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Zero contacts is show alvin. I'd like to to to be my sidekick producer Whatever you want to be. I'm going to try really hard this time. I'm going to try it okay. We have one particularly important announcement to make right now before we get into all the. There's a lot of important stuff In a few minutes. We're going to be talking to doug moss triano. Now that's going to be our one today. Yes and i think we may. We may play what i'm saying now in both hours in front of both Guests but an hour one today doug muster yano senate if you missed it senator. He's the he's the senator state senator state senator in pennsylvania. An american hero within this is this is so important i. I'm aware of not being up to this. This is a very big deal folks And we're gonna get to that in a moment But sorry in an hour. To samuel mitchum is going to talk about the retribution conspiracy okay. That's that's history. So that's that's like an evergreen. We recorded some weeks ago but in our one today doug mastery out of. That's breaking news huge stuff but before we get to that. Here's an announcement. Some of you know that While one of the two major sponsors on this program as nutrigenomics neutral medics dot com tim eaten. Who's behind the company. Who founded it Missionary pilot He was a missionary pilot and they give fifty percent of their proceeds their profits. I should say to missionary activities and charities along those lines. So they're they're heroes and we are honored to partner with them but when we were cancelled off of youtube he said i want to do something for you and for the program..
Britney Spears' Court-Appointed Attorney Resigns
"A new development in Britney spears fight to get out from under her court ordered conservatorship the attorney appointed by Los Angeles court to look after Britney spears wants out Samuel in him the third file papers in Los Angeles Superior Court asking a judge to name a new attorney for the pop star in him says as soon as that happens he's out the door that would be just fine with spears with a hearing last month condemned the conservatorship that she's under she also said she had had it within him and wanted to pick her own lawyer since that hearing the estate management company spears and asked for has pulled out of the case and so reportedly has for a long time manager spears has stepped up her efforts to get free of the conservators ship that is controlled her financial and many of our personal affairs for the past thirteen years I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Conservative High Court Upholds Arizona Voting Restrictions
"The Supreme Court is up holding voting restrictions in Arizona the vote was six to three the court reversed a decision by a federal appeals court that said the measures disproportionately affect black Hispanic and native American voters in violation of a part of the landmark voting rights act justice Samuel Alito wrote for the conservative majority Arizona's interest in the integrity of elections justified the measures and the changes don't affect minority voters enough to prove a violation of law in a scathing dissent justice Elena Kagan wrote the court has re written in order to weaken a statute that stands as a monument to America's greatness this will set off new calls by Democrats to pass federal voting rights legislation A. Donahue Washington
Kamin Samuel: Reinventing Your Life Post COVID
"Comedian samuel what a treat to have you on the show. Once again i charlie. It's such an honor to be here. Thank you so much for having me. Well i i can't wait camellias such chatting with you as always such a delight and really you are one of my all time favorite guests because you offer a so much. Thank you what we're finding to be here. It is and and I'll tell you right now. It appears that we're about to enter. A bit of everything is going to be post. Covid phase in life in the united states. And so i think a lot of shows are going to be doing post covid type of shows and we are. We're going to do one. And and i was thinking that perhaps now might be a good time to rethink what our personal life might look like in the near as well as longer term future and i'm choosing to call this show reinventing your life post covid. What do you think about that. My i love that topic. I love the titles. Because i i do think it's an opportunity for us now to reinvent ourselves to really look at this last year as a our own individual wakeup call into. Who do we want to be from here. Who will you want to emerge into. What are we learning So that we can do things differently from this point forward. That's a that's a great way to put it a wake up call to reevaluate or or evaluate. Maybe for the first time what our life was like is like and can be like as we discussed a couple days ago A great place to begin might be to assess our life last year from what you called a higher altitude asking ourselves what we might have learned from isolation and quarantine as well as from here and frustration. It really impacted us. didn't it. yeah. I think i impacted us in ways that you know. We're still awakening to work. You know we don't understand all of the impact. We know that there for it. Was you know financial or health or just isolation in general and so. It's an opportunity before we go back into business as usual life as usual to really define that and really take stock of this last year. What went well. What didn't go. well where am i. And then and then really have a have an honest discussion with ourselves about our about who we are what we want.
Supreme Court in 7-2 Ruling Rejects Challenge to Obamacare
"Despite worries by Democrats that it might be overturned. The U. S Supreme Court ruled that the affordable Care act better known as Obamacare remains valid, rejecting a claim by a group of conservative states that a recent change to the law made it unconstitutional by 7 to 2 vote. The court said challengers did not have legal standing to sue because they did not make us strong enough showing that the law harm them in their descent. Justices Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch said the court should have taken the case and declared it unconstitutional. The law's challengers 18 Red States, led by Texas Urged the court to rule that Obamacare's requirement for nearly all Americans to obtain health insurance or pay an income tax penalty, known as the individual mandate was unconstitutional. And for that reason, they said, the entire law must be
"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"And Russia pulled out allowed prussia to survive when it looked as a ball was lost. He cited that history and that actually did happen. He uman being some of them. 'specially have an infinite capacity for self delusion and hitler was deluding himself. On any indication. Things might change grasp at delano. Roosevelt died on april forty five shortly. Before hitler and hitler took that as proof that history was gonna repeat it so and the allied alliance was willing to collapse and obviously didn't and who recorded. I'm just curious. Do you remember who it was. That heard him say these things. All there were many of but Paul joseph garbo's wrote extensively his diary about that which we have copies of most of it was lost rider. He always wrote down everything and but there were a tidal. The ceo marshall particular head of the armed forces high command. I wanted to believe it and He wrote about it as well. It's just it's just amazing. We just got a couple of minutes left. I'm enjoying this very much. We're talking to samuel mitchum. The book is the death of hitler's war machine. What is the main thing that people who are students of the war would learn from your book that they didn't know let's put it that way. Oh it really depends on the student. it gives an overview of the german armed forces at the end of the war was a western front eastern. Front italy wafa The german civilians it covers the waterfront.
"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Hitler saw office there into the main room. And said i would rather he had me shot and i think he was only half kidding me less pretty irrational I'm going to kill you. And now fifteen. Minutes later commanded the capital. That's sort of the way hitler was fagel in was his brother-in-law here shot after he had decorated him with some of the highest decorations. Nazi germany a sees me when you say brother-in-law how is fagel. In his brother-in-law they married eva brom sister and brother-in-law brother-in-law to be. I guess well they they were. The sisters were yeah or saw. He was cheating on hitler's sister but she nevertheless gosh misspoke they were bronx. Yeah yeah well. I guess at this point It does seem that. Hitler not able to to think rationally. Irrational person would have understood the situation in these last months but he somehow mystically that he would be exonerated that they could still somehow win. Was there any possibility of that. What was he hoping might happen. Grasping at straws during the seven years. War with frederick. The great the russians are died.
"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Hope you're intrigued. Because i certainly am. We'll be right back sidelines folks. We're talking to the author samuel mitchum A. m not. Um like robert The book is the death of hitler's war machine and we're talking about obviously the last years of the war of so. What was it that hitler was doing at this point now that he didn't seem to be playing the long game this was an all or nothing at least on the on the russian front well. The period of hitler acting was over we allies were acting. Hitler was reacting He rommel called the young desert fox that he was in a cloud cuckoo land and That's pretty accurate. He was just trying to deal with the highest flame. Lashing out Totally irrational great example of that is home. It in he was commander of the fifty. Six panzer corps. He came into hitler's a presence in the bunker and hitler's first words out of his mouth were shot and by the end of their meeting. Hitler had named him commandant of berlin and building locked out..
"samuel" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks. We're talking to the author. Samuel mitchum The book is the death of hitler's war machine samuel. You've written so many books and you're telling us that. The provenance of this book goes back to the eighties. You happen to be in the national archives at this point researching another book and you stumble upon this figure. Georg vagner who puts a copy. A literal copy of hitler's last will and testament that the allies had gotten somehow out of berlin You must have felt astonished to to be in such close proximity to something like that. Or i was I lifted my head from the will look to georg. And i said wow. And he said exactly say gives us association newer. There it really does. And i guess we do. We know where that last will testament was found. Was it in the bunker. You're suggesting obviously that it was no it was in the bunker at the time But the one of the major escaped the encirclement took it home and buried it and the american history department came looking for it and once he was convinced that he wasn't going to get in trouble. He initially denied he added. But when he was convinced he wasn't gonna get arrested for possessing it. He turned it over and it ended up in the national archives. So you're saying that this document and this Happenstance moment in forty years ago and the national lead to your interest in this in the last five months of the german army's existence did also got a copy akhbar hitler's doctor's diary he had a medical dowry hitler and You talk about The bureau bunker. It was picked up by british officer who was allowed to visit the soviet zone. He went into the bunker sat down saw journal on the floor. Picked it up and it was hitler's medical doctor girl was the name of that. Dr morrell morale. I've i mentioned him in my hoffer book. He was sort of a famous quack. That was hitler's guy. Kind of amazing. Did he survived the war he did. He died in prison but he did survive the war. natural causes he. But you know sometimes as a historian you just flat lockout. I had a fishing buddy whose daughter own your own medical corporation that several physicians working for and he was interested in my work. But you know the drugs that hitler was taking. Some of them has been manufacturers. It's like forties because he was taking handfuls of pills drugs and i.
Coworker Worried Future Mass Shooter Could ‘Go Postal’
"I might cross a reporting a colleague of the California Rail Yard shooter feared he might go postal You information about the gunman who fatally shot nine co workers at a California rail yard on May 26th has been published, according to the Mercury News, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, internal documents show. 57 year old Samuel Cassidy was the subject of four investigations into workplace conduct since July, 2019 after a verbal altercation with a co worker. In January, 2020, an employee reported hearing a colleague say of Cassidy. He scares me. If someone was to go postal, it would be him. The authority released more than 200 pages of emails and other documents related to Cassidy. Cassidy, who worked at the Valley Transportation Authority for more than 20 years, took his own life as deputies moved
"samuel" Discussed on Life Together
"You would be a minister of justice. The second sermon ends this way. Live justly live justly. I do not want to be an ally. I don't want my story to end this way. Ally dies in a very graphic way. There's one day where his two sons has wicked sons go to battle and they die in battle and the messenger comes back to tell eli and the bible describes it as a graphic way because it talks about the weight that ella had because of the sacrifices he had been stealing and this really heavy man sitting in his chair and when he hears the message of his sons dine. He falls back in his chair. Hits his head and dies. What a tragic loss from someone who wants heard the voice of god. It calls me to action. I want to be someone who is administering justice in the areas. That god has given me authority. Let's pray together father. I pray that you would call each one of us to recognize the areas of justice that you have given us space of the communities in our workplaces in our families and our neighborhoods that we can be a bringer of righteousness that we can be calling people to make your house a good house in our own houses and living space. If there are unrighteous our house tonight. I pray that you would help us to go home and get rid of them immediately. I prayed you would help us to cancel subscriptions. I pray that you would help us to shutdown open doors of sin in our life. We don't want you to call someone else. We want you to be us lord. Don't go away from us. Don't stand far off. Be someone who stays in relationship with us. God that we would be administer justice in this world and the name of your son. We pray amen. I'm going i'm going. I'm going our sermon tonight. Starts in psalm. Chapter ninety nine subchapter ninety nine for five and six out the lord our god and worship at his footstool he is holy moses and aaron were among his priest samuel was among those who called on his name they called on the lord and he answered them. Samuel was a man who had relationship with god who knew him who spoke to him and he spoke back and he stayed in this relationship. Because samuel did not always stay an eleven year old boy. He grew up and his surroundings changed but his relationship with god did not change. There's a dark side. What samuel story. Because samuel also had sons he also had two sons and something that i am positive that broke samuels. Heart is that he had to wicked sons and his sons cheated the house of god in a different way by accepting bribes by getting financially rich over the sacrifices that were bought and the people that.
"samuel" Discussed on Life Together
"Way. And all of this is going on as you're watching a man who had a holy calling and farther away from his holy calling from administering justice he's leading all of this slide. He's scooting it under the rug as he's literally getting fat under atoning sacrifices of the people walking in the doors of the temple until one day allies there and he sees this crazy woman over in the temple and she's muttering and he's so confused by what's going on he assumes his i guess is that she's drunk and so he li- walks over in the middle of all of this wickedness sin going on in the temple walks over to this woman says what are you doing. I can't believe you're drunk inside the temple. Get out of here and this woman turns and says it's not what you think. I am weeping because my heart is heavy so that woman was hannah. And it is heartbreaking to me to think that allies. I guess when he saw someone who is pouring their heart out god who was weeping in humility before the true god. His first guesses that she was drunk. This was type of place that the temple had become and god was furious at this. We always tell this story about samuel being called the children. There's part of. I samuel chapter three that we basically never tell children and i'm going to make sure you know what it is because god call samuel samuel but do you remember what he tells samuel because it's kind of dark and i think we should read it. I samuel chapter three seven. So he goes samuel. Samuel samuel says here. I am and then the lord said to samuel. So he's talking to this eleven year old child he says i'm about to do a shocking thing in israel i am going to carry out all my threats against. Eli and his family from beginning to the end can you imagine. Can you imagine being this eleven year old child. What a devastating thing. It's the little boy who's growing up in church and the first thing. Here's from god. As god going samuel samuel there's unholy in my house and you my dear eleven year old boy. I am calling you to administer justice. There is unrighteousness here and i need someone who's gonna hear my voice and samuel. You're the guy you're the guy who is going to restore justice into my house there. Is this phenomenal conversation..
"samuel" Discussed on The Burt (Not Ernie) Show
"Maybe it's not against you right. Maybe it's not and what if it was. What if it was personal. What if it was against you. What if it was against the lord. Can you accept the fact that you're still mandated to pray for them most of the time. It's not as personal as we think it is. Sometimes it is personal. Either way either way the word of god mandates us to pray for them and here it's just the conviction wanna one. I mentioned comes in here if you don't if you don't pray for them. Samuel says that is sin. This is heavy stuff. I know it's heavy but if we only want the blessing if we only want the good stuff then we're not really maturing in our faith and will potentially fall right into the devil's trap don't send against the lord by failing to pray for those who pushed you aside. Who shoved you out. Who kind of left you in their desks or just plain got nasty with you. Pray pray because got asks you to pray okay. Goes on to say only fear the lord with awe in profound reverence and serve him faithfully with all your heart for consider. What great things he has done for you last part of this passage and it's a reminder it's a reminder of what to do say you're in a great season of life that is so awesome. I am cheering for you and just delighted for you right now. I hope you're super thankful. I'm sure you are but keep hearing the lord with our and profound reverence on those on those mountaintops on those peak said those high moments profound. That's a strong adjective and it's used here to make sure that we really get it. Fear the lord stand in awe of him and honor him with profound reverence. Not reverend like you're also watching the play offs. And you're being reverend you know. And you're kind of listening to an online sermon or something you know. If you're in lockdown or you know it's not like reverend during worship at church but your mind is wandering to what's for lunch.
"samuel" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Yeah it's messed up but I feel like that's not a common experience knowing that it's Tabu before you actually know what's what's going on. Yeah I don't think it's not uncommon but not in itself is messed up. He was at fault quiet destroyed by his emerging sexuality and will the Walser because he realized that it was all the boys that he was actually interested in despite this general atmosphere. There isn't any outright discussion about homosexuality in the town which he put down to basically just complete cultural ignorance about it. So there's never any like explicit mention against her sexual is in church or anything like that but these people are still using. Yeah Yeah himself will sit. Became very matter of fact about his sexuality very quickly accepted that he was just into boys and that was just kind of be how it was so he might as well just get used to and north stress about it. Well I'm gay dropped some. Yeah like I think it is a bit more complicated than that. And obviously as he goes through life his border ninety nine as a gay man in America at this time. He's socially isolated and so a lot so he does have more difficult times for the lodge has just like Yep. I'm gay. How many men can I have sex with? Let's find out that he put this attitude. This matter-of-factness down in part to finding a copy of else's landmark studies in the psychology of sex volume to sexual inversion under a bit and wanting house where it had been left by a traveling salesman. Stolen it from there stood section of Higher Library including American. Can you imagine finding that as a like queer fourteen year old? Whatever and just being like sorry of this book Sam says not only did I discover that I was not insane or alone in a world of head rose by many new things to do. I made a secret hiding place for the book to the attic stairs and brewed and write and read stuff. I became an expert in the field of six theory. By the time I finished the book I probably knew more about sex. And anyone else in the county. It's probably croly and then began to make practical applications of this storehouse of material riding side. There's also hilarious. Yeah Guy Very Good. Kids sort of four works and our publicist paces published. But I would love to sit down and read alike. Antigen remembered also went. Pay a very funny in their private jet. Just like you're telling me drinks but no one but yourself quite troop. We'll get into that. It'd be okay so mature. What a besotted like fairly young having those just little like playful sexual encounters that kids kind of have with each other sometimes solid like masturbating with another boy and things like that. His first non master batory sexual encounter was a blow job that he gave to a big guy who was a football player that went to school. He says I was over in two minutes. So I'm not sure if this just means so. This guy was like physically. Jacks or if it's decatur like older in the school. I mean if at bars in highschool account different Cab but I feel like if he's like fifteen of this guy's that little true yeah and he goes on then to continue Tony Shades. Blow jobs with other boys and it does not lead hence we although that was just like worth making no self regarding that first job he said so began my criminal life than punishable by the laws of the state of Ohio at that time by about twenty years of imprisonment. I guess each time. Total incarceration in higher between five and six thousand added that home. Yeah walk is keeping records knows how many blow jobs is giving these records at this point. I'm not sure exactly. When but he does saw quiet. Yeah primes comma sexy such tavak. Alison Start Recording sexual encounters. Just for fun getting a couple hundred blow jobs like this is an origin story so he does specify that generally giving head boys who are all him and as I say that can only really be couple yes something but it is the case and I thought it would be worth mentioning that because I think it would be reasonable if someone found that uncomfortable for his parts and didn't feel any sense of coalition regarding this he felt quite proud and sort of POW. Who'll at having this thing that they wanted yet he could provide the way you sort of worded at very much. Sounds like he's being quite assertive about this. Yeah I think it starts giving boys blow jobs and then we're kind of gets around between some of them like if you WanNa blow job you can go to this guy. He's being shooting term. Yeah but still like. It's something that he's happy to seemingly fairly indiscriminately. It also meant that this little old. A boy's who you know we're not really policies sort of social circles. Him treated him with respect and so carefully because they didn't want to America. Yeah they didn't want to lose their chance of getting a blow job. I also nights. I offended him. I don't want him to get out that he does not pay spreads. He's also I can guys like everybody. I wonder how these boys Probably Strike Yeah. I just wanted to whether there's any like conflict for them there. I mean I'm sure there is and what it's worth as sort of continued to say. Sam Does Moseley Shoe Men. He obviously has to be straight tyrod his life and that's clearly quite tied up with him wanting to shoot masculine and kind of understanding straightness and masculinity is being the same. But Yeah I think that if you had said he would have kind of ashamed of these with straight boys yes so apart from generally pretty chill time being a gay high school student. He did have one negative incense so he left a sexually suggestive known for men in the Boarding House trying to initiate sex with him and his family found out. His father drove him out to the countryside. Gelded him in the coffin? Our and he sort of pretended to be chastened into not like understood how serious this was all that and went along with his dad suggestion that he go and have sex with a female sex worker in the next town over to kickstart and being strict as his dad. You know wouldn't pay for it. He Made Santa. Pay For in San Juan. And he did that. That's just imagine a circumstance where like Yo parent was like. Hey I think you should go and have sex. The SEX WALK. I this would be your doctor. That's just such a powder is having befalto like gay men from generally earlier times. It's Kinda like that. Yeah Yeah so yeah. It's interesting sort of the tarring. All of this biography of writing and so forth is that he tends to take pretty like well. What are you GONNA do approach to? What are often quite like horrific circumstance and I guess. I just wanted to sort of mentioned things like that because I don't want to make this episode of two lights. Yeah like He. He lives a fairly fired. Life and nothing like truly horrendous is going to happen to him like he doesn't get cute at the this or anything like that but I think it would be easy to just kind of present. This as like sat was fun. Six Romp Through Twentieth Century America. And that's sort of dishonest. Certainly yeah while we're mentioning this famous sex worker who we know nothing more. About Sam's only other significant experience sexually with a woman was with a friend of his in adulthood. Hunting was any curtis and she was a high school French teacher who was eighteen years older than him about her. He says Emmy fell in love with me and in my peculiar way I love about mountain forty-three we began to go to bed together and continued this for about six years. Two hundred eleven times up until Kinsey said after our interview wanting stop so that's African Z. The sex researcher who will come back with kids eat does a lot of interviews with people. About sex lives statistical purposes. It was one of those people. Townsend outline should not have been counted. Kinsey was like. Why don't you stop? And he was like hey question that he goes on to say and I of course was not heterosexual. I bought her a wedding ring. As a common law wife. Both of us have fulfilled the legal aspects by announcing two three people. We didn't want to get married. It was as much harlot dances mind for. She would have lost her husband's pension as a war witter and so there's other having sex and they remain friends until she passes away and that's it. I kind of matches up with what you said before. About his attitude things like what? Are you going to do this how it is? He's just like I guess. Women who this woman seem super blase. Yeah I mean it is interesting. Because he doesn't just like might as well have sex with women like really ever. Yeah Yeah. He's quite like vocally.
"samuel" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"After high school he went on to university doing a B A with honours and mass and then a finished in nine hundred ninety four I. His topic was provocative of the Oxford Movement. And Its nexus with English Literary Romanticism. Sounds Gay Yeah? I'm sure it was pretty gay. He had a mental while he was studying in the form of his Professor Clarence Andrews through whom he met a number of literary figures of the day so this included William delegates and most importantly to Sam's Life Gertrude Stein and Alice topless. So we're not gonNA talk a lot about that. There's not a lot of sort of big events that happened in their friendship. That necessarily make interesting storytelling. They would have an ongoing largely led to the based friendship for several decades. And after Gertrude. Stein died he remained friends with Alice until her death considerably lighter and they were sort of motherly role to him. They called him Sammy and that would sort of skuld in pampering praise him by turns for years so that's nice. After graduating. Sam started to teach which was the profession that he would hold for the next twenty years also. He taught in a variety of institutions. Often either in small towns or in religious institutions will both when you demand like University School College alike understand the difference between university and college. That's like Tushar education. He's on a high school teacher. Yes so these were often either in small towns or in religious institutions or both as I said and this contributed toe pattern of him killing quite isolated at his job and generally just not enjoying where he's teaching his first full time job was teaching English at Carroll College which is a small Catholic College in Montana and he said about it trying to teach cowboys and the sons of cowboys about semi. That's not a winning pastime. He then went on to this day coach Washington and he found it very dull and conservative and gossipy so again socially isolated for like a different in one thousand nine hundred sixty published his first novel angels on the Bow. It received national attention. It was very well acclaimed. It depicted a circle of Bahamians in Columbus Ohio. During the Great Depression was quite comedic. It was very sexually candid. One of the characters is a sexually promiscuous woman who is portrayed very sympathetically and her inclusion man. He was fired from his job at the time. I mean I guess. He didn't love his job anyway. Yeah but I heard. His novel is economically successful. It's not really. He finds a job at Loyola University. Which is a Jesuit School cowger hearings into? Because he thought given that it was a religious university he would probably also get fired well. They've found out about this book. So settlement copy of his book and they were like whatever that was fine so he went to teach there. The position was enormously stressful at demanded a very extraordinary amount of work from him. He's teaching onto this academic. Who is like an incredible perfectionist? Eric so he really comes into his own as a scholar there but at the same time obviously this have a lot of strain on him and his mental health so salvadore begun to have with alcohol and whilst working at Loyola his alcoholism worsened so it got to the point where he was regularly getting blackout drunk at night and was drinking shots between classes are was having to mock the day off on the calendar. When he woke up he knew if he needed to go to class on what to teach and so in. Nineteen forty seven. He sought help from alcoholics anonymous and excessively quit drinking Aldo. Obviously difficult processing. Had barris relapses and so forth but he did successfully quit drinking. He also decided to leave his job and to get a new one to pull university which he describes as being like a school mostly attended by working kloss students and just being like much less academically rigorous so much less stressful on him the workload. Yeah yeah so I think that's probably good for him but although he's quite a popular teacher he still doesn't enjoy the work. He described the students as being illiterate and the WOK is repetitive and pamphlet boring and Sir. He found himself after a time. Taking vitamins to get through teaching causes I K. By this time as well he had already started to tattoo on the side. This is at a time when tattooing is very highly tires. Yeah so. This is something that he could be. There's also the fact that he is gay and although we haven't talked about sex life yeah. He is carrying on an active sex life time so he's quiet at risk of losing his job. Yeah I was going to ask like whether he knew point. Yeah we'll talk more about when how he's okay but like in short his or go all the time so as I mentioned him published a book when he had been a younger man but to spy. That sort of early promise of this fairly well acclaimed novel. He never followed up on that and had written little in the intervening couple decades by this point largely because he was interested in writing books that were gay it was pretty fruitless to try to Ryan if you about bat because it wouldn't be published so he could have to consider self publishing and distributing he's what privately but in the nineteen fifties which is to buy now. This is dangerous and difficult and illegal. Okay not just to self publish. But to self publish like gay action to the Aclu he also could have gone through an aerobic publisher like potentially in Europe and turned down the sex that he wanted to write about to just sort of a suggestion but this likely would have required that he pathology. Is Tha Doubts House? Sexually Kenny Wilson. Willing to do that. He just wanted to riot about like fairly. Well adjusted men having very explicit sex with each other and it's the fiftieth that's so unfortunate in nine hundred fifty eight and met and became friends with Rudolph the cart. Who was the editor of the Swiss magazine Chris? For the news and Culture magazine for gay men it stories tended to portray the relationships as largely sort of romantic emotional. It was very cautious about any kind of sex. And do it's quite an assimilationist approach to get rights. Sam Senator Publish articles and stories in nineteen fifty eight and he went on to become its strongest American voice over the next ninety s despite this he found it very restrictive are this time. He has been delving into beat. Sm More and more and the magazine rejects. His more of early beat sm e stories. Yes so he decided that he wanted to write fiction reflected his experience know what this magazine required and so in nine hundred sixty three hot recommended. He's in his stories to danger bookseller that he knew who started a more risque fabrication se so he submitted some stories to this guy under the name. Phil Andros and was very popular. The name he chooses like essentially means like loves men so he begins to develop a character under the same name so also called Phil Andros and he's this like educated and sophisticated sex worker whose like traveling around America and having various sexual hijinks. It's written from the point of view. So it's kind of like a found footage film one. I guess you know like yeah. This really happened so by nine hundred sixty four. He'd stop teaching and he was sick of life in Chicago so he moved to San Francisco. He was during Popeye's budgeting gazing and he worked there as a tattoo artist. And then once he stopped doing that as a writer. He published a short story collection. Called Stud the start is a dollar sign. Oh well I'm glad to hear that things are not change to also really tacky pretty tacky. That's one hundred percent self-published collection of Gay Erotica. That you can find right now. Yes he then went on Taraq. Five full address books so by this time it was obviously a bit easier to publish. Gay Ronca. Yeah he's doing it but it's still a pretty thankful business. So he's paying a flaps once of right for them which isn't a particularly big one he doesn't get any royalties and he has no riots regarding if additives which sucks. It's interesting because like Sam. All the gay pulp writers of the time or at least some of them often cared a lot. More about work than publishes did because like Sam so himself as being part of the sexual van God fiction that he hid needed to exist when he was yeah man but the publishers viewed as like porn they could use to make it quick. Buck says attention professional grail rail. He also wrote a couple of other books. He wrote a memoir about his friendship. With Gertrude Stein Mouse Tacos de semi sort of like amateur collection of his letters. Sounds sounds good. To and from. Them SPRANG THE BIOGRAPHER. Noted that this was a pretty decent contribution to Stein scholarship particularly because it was not afraid to be frank about the fact that portraits timeless lesbian. Which at the time was not really thing. Don't think he also published a book about tattooing called bad boys and tough tattoos a social history of the Tattoo with gang sales and streetcorner punks and fifty two nine hundred sixty five but also sounds like a very interesting. Yeah I nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred eleven yet. I said I just skim through quick for yeah. He did not like that title by the way the Bat Boys Top Tattoos Pot forced upon him by his Polish and so we will return to the end of his life at the end of this episode. But I thought now that we kind of had a bit of a sketch about what he broadly did with his time on earth. Yeah we would go back to the beginning and talk about sex life. Frankly is going to be the bulk of the episode. I remember you saying when you raise such the episode. Jay was casual mention of filthy. Gay three-way in something you will like. It just wasn't remarkable enough to include. They always are many individuals sexual encounters in this that. I'm like I mean I think in any other episode. I would have included. The at. This is too many. He has like dozens of orgies at his house that I may be referred to once. So it's going to be down dozens of orgies. Yeah he called them daisy chains. It's quite cute so as we've made clear. Sam is best known TWAT basically because of his sex life so literally go right back to his youth now as we said he grew up in a small religious town which isn't the greatest environment to be getting a six just to be a sexual being at all the history. So Sam or Kohls. He knew that sex was wrong before he knew what sex actually was has pretty messed up for Christianity..
"samuel" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Hello and welcome to career. As fact the company que- historic from around the world and throughout time. My name is Eli. I'm Irene Alice and today. We're talking about Samuel Stewart. The English professor attend tattooist and sexy. Such as you can imagine from the topic of this episode. We have some content one x before we get started. This episode will contain Perry Typical Homophobia and also just the general repressive sexual attitudes of like the early to mid twentieth century. It will also contain explicit sexual content so no children should probably be listening to episodes. Okay this includes discussion of sex between people with large age gaps sex between a teacher and his student and also discussion of bid. Sm specifically dubiously consented to Bedia. Sam sometimes that becomes extremely wild. They're also mentions all the drug addiction. Alcoholism sex work violence and gang violence internalized homophobia and the AIDS epidemic. So if any of that sounds like something you don't want to listen to feel free to China's episode off and listen to one of other episodes which will have content warnings but definitively less content warnings in this probably before we get started properly also do a quick mention of US losses. My main source for this was Justin Spring's biography sacred historian the life and times of Samuel Steward Professor Tattoo artist sexual renegade I primarily just referenced this to say that it was good once. We're not going to spend much of this episode. Dragging the biographer. It was a pretty well on biography and I felt comfortable to slow roll high on pretty much everything that I would not say here which is just like yeah I like. I thought it was good here. Justin things work was made easier by the fact that Sam himself thoroughly documented his life and so he had a very rich array of sources to draw from historians drink. It really is yeah. In particular. His sex life is what he was dedicated to documenting. Sam kept what he called his stud file which was a seven hundred forty six card card catalog originating Yep so that documented his sex life. You had a confidence man. He had sex with where they had like alphabetical order in a file in a file. I'm not sure exactly. How old if it's kinda logical or off medical? What they heavily cross-referencing annotated. They're very well Kevin Kane and he's just like little Beijing he did also keep a jail. He wrote like thousands of pages of generals and lettuce and things like that. So Yep so the way. We're going to do this. Episode is kind of talk about his life fairly briefly and then come back to sort of his main vocations in life which are tattooing and sex because it was just easier that way so first. Let's talk about his life and K. One more thing that we should probably mention before we get started is I am quite sick and we're just doing this anyway. So sorry if I sound awful heartfully instead having that thing that people have recalled and lexicon so tell like waste sexy of the normal kind of horse like sorry. We're going to try and also like at an older coughing if we fail again. I'm sorry so Samuel Steward was born on the twenty third of July nineteen ninety. Nine in Woodfield are higher when applying American highways. I don't care. Camman come onto the direction right known southeast corn. His mother died when he was a child and his father was addicted to drugs and alcohol so unable to care for him or sister. He grew up in a Boarding House. That was run by his aunts. Who were devout. Methodists and the boarding house was literally opposite to Methodist Church so it loomed large in his life both literally and figuratively. Sama understood his odds to be like basically good people who loved him but they were not particularly Marchionni nurturing and they expected very high standards of him in terms of a school can stuff like that because they wanted him to go onto a better life than they've been able to provide sir while they're not bad or anything like that. It's a pretty sad. Let me L. Hood to some degree. Sam felt obliged to sort of play into the golden boy role that they had established their spectrum whilst also rebelling on the side so he was an exceptional student that he would also do.
"samuel" Discussed on Cat Scratch Reader
"But I think it would work well enough, especially if cams arm is strong enough to utilize Samuel as deep threat. I mean, we saw Cam Newton put up the best quarterback numbers. He's ever had with Philly Brown, Ted Ginn, essentially, taking the lion's share of the staff. So I agree. I think there's receiver core is better than that group. I mean, Ted Ginn had the dimension of being a really hard to cover deep threat. But other than that. I mean, like, skillset wise these guys are the same. If not way better than a lot of the things he had there. So really the the x factor there, then is a guy like Greg Olsen like a security blanket. And I think Jerry's right. Can be that guy. If if Newton shoulder is healthy. But again Cam's been very productive when he's had a guy who can he can kind of throw the ball up to in the end zone. Let the guy make a play on. I don't know if they have anybody like that aside from Greg Olsen right now. Yeah. But like I said like DJ more is better after the catch will McCaffrey to meta after the catch than anybody ever had than Carolina with Emden would even argue Curtis Samuel to despite. Before he could. And he's been very good like as a balk area. Just for some reason he hasn't been able to translate that to the same place where he catches passes. But he did that touchdown against the giants. Which was that the that was a rough now. No, it was a screen. Actually, right. Yeah. I I saw the to you. I think that you might have an like I watched it. And I've read about it was the one where he broke four tackles getting in the end zone. Yeah. More. Yeah. They faked the screen one more became more of that would be good. But yeah. And then he's better than Ted Ginn is in terms of his hands, especially on deep passes. So like there's like if we if we were good with with that receiving core. Cam can be good with digit more Curtis Samuel jarash, right because jazz rights, basically, courtesy our is basically the same zero Khatri Samuels a better Ted Ginn and DJ Moore's Philly Brown way better than Philly Brown. Philly a- catch the ball or fall down every time. I catch it Brown. I dare say he is basically like many Steve Smith is his career DJ more after the catch for sure. Yeah. That that man is is bad running people over in fit. Great. I love it. I love watching DJ more play for that reason. Just watching them plow through a safety. Like we had nothing that I love after mocking. I watched that plague Billy I forgot about that play. We're Curtis Samuel Burke eighteen tackles for his first career touchdown more of that would be nice. He said our here. Here's a here's our conundrum though..