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Fresh update on "samuel" discussed on Morning Edition
"I'm Dave Freeman at 7 35 It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. A scene in Hong Kong today would be hard to reconcile with its very recent past. The Chinese possession has had freedom of the press since British colonial times. But today, police flooded the newsroom of a prominent paper and arrest of the publisher. Jimmy lies one of the few Hong Kong corporate leader to support a pro democracy movement. He's a past guest on this program who told us he was hoping for a miracle in the confrontation with Beijing. NPR's Emily Fang has been reporting on the new National Security law used to arrest him either, Emily Hey, Steve. What is Jimmy lies place in Hong Kong. He is one of the most visible critics of Beijing end of a national security law that was just passed in Hong Kong. He's entrepreneur and political firebrand who commands respect across generations in Hong Kong because he's part of this older generation that helped build Hong Kong into a global economic hub. But today he has two sons and four executives who worked for him were arrested for collusion with foreign forces. We don't know yet what exactly they did to be arrested, but his arrest is a stark warning to Hong Kong is press Corps. Hopkins Press Corps, though, is not the only political target these days in Hong Kong. Let's listen to some other sectors of civil society that had come under pressure from this national security law. As of last month. Hong Kong activist Samuel Chu is a wanted fugitive by the Hong Kong government. I called him earlier this week. I'm just having a regular Sunday on my couch doing into these are why I'm on set it on the list. Chu is a Hong Kong born American citizen and is based in Washington, where he lobbies American politicians to make it easier for Hong Kongers. Move to the US and costlier for China to Lim Hong Kong's promised autonomy. But under a new national security law Beijing imposed just over a month ago in Hong Kong Shu and five others who live abroad are wanted for secession and colluding with foreign powers. Because the law applies to anyone who commits offenses anywhere against Hong Kong. Chu is undeterred. We are advocating and working with influencing our own government's policy to our talk on and China, and so we have nothing to be afraid of. In fact, it's a sort of the most basic constitutional rights I have is an American, But that's not what Beijing things. Beijing has long accused forces from the U. S and other Western powers of meddling in Hong Kong, and now it has a national security law to potentially Prosecutes such cases. Other targets Under the law. Four people, including a high school student, arrested last month for secession and 12 opposition candidates, the government banned from running and legislative elections, Hong Kong is now delayed by up to a year. Gwyneth Ho, a former journalist and now pro democracy activist, was one of the candidates band the reason obstructing government proceedings and thus opposing the new law order. Normal Democratic proceedings in the chamber, such as vetoing whatever lost or tried to voice dissent, were now afraid that it may be considered as violated national security love. Education that all important tool for shaping online's is also under pressure. Textbooks must now be reviewed by the Education Bureau for Content in violation of national security and activists and tenured professor was fired last month from his university. Hong Kong Professional teachers union says the last year 200 teachers cases opened up against them. Yes, After anonymous individuals reported comments in favor of anti government protests the teachers made on their private social media accounts. It canyon is a pro democracy lawmaker helping these teachers with legal assistance, he says. Hong Kong's Beijing backed authorities want to neutralize Hong Kong's freethinking schools do want to have more control of the people's idea about world. How do you see especially the younger generation? The city's formidably free willing press corps has also come into more concern. It's because.
Man Arrested, Charged In Armed Robbery That Critically Wounded Clerk in Roxbury, Boston
"21 year old man clinging to life after being shot in the head. W B Z T. V's Anna Rita's Rodriguez tells US charges have been filed in that shooting awesome police announcing they have a suspect in connection with the shooting. Of a convenience store clerk in Roxbury that left that worker on life support. We're learning, 25 year old Stefan Samuel of Lin is now charged with armed robbery and armed assault with intent to murder. Authorities say he's currently in custody at the Plymouth County House of Corrections on unrelated charges. 21 year old Tom James Siam was shot twice in the head during the holdup at the M in Our convenience store last month. Time had come to the U. S months earlier from Bangladesh. In the hopes of going to college so he could provide for his family. His family arrived in Massachusetts earlier this week to be by his side in the I C U Meanwhile, a spokesperson for the family says Salome's prognosis is not looking good. Mayor Marty Walsh and Police Commissioner Willie Graz have condemned the shooting as cowardly. The
Time captured in a capsule
"Welcome to catch Miss Mysteries I'm your host kid crumb today despite the fact that we have so many things going on with the corona virus, the economy just around the world kind of an upheaval I thought it would be interesting to look back at how people thought. This might look at long ago and will address time capsules according to the International Time Capsule Society Around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide a time capsule could be a box, a bottle, literally a metal capsule, as often as time capsules contain letters and newspaper. Clippings about significant events, they also may contain letters and pictures created by children. Often school will bury a time capsule students ideas about what the future will be like some time capsules are meant to be opened fifty years but most have notes on the outside of the container asking that adopt be opened until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United. States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making the oldest known time capsule in the United. States. Time capsules have been discovered, but most have been purposefully dug up and open to time capsules out of Japan contain remnants survivors many time capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they were buried in an area of Germany where German SS were trained time capsules beneath the floor refilled with Nazi Paraphernalia, including pictures of Hitler and two copies of his book Mein Kampf. Then there was a surprise time capsule discovered in plain sight at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in. The lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake, they discovered that it was possible time capsule from nineteen, thirty four but someone else have discovered earlier and left a note that stated simply thanks for the brandy note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle many schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea that in fifty years, most of the children are still in the area would appreciate the contents when the capsule was open fifty years later in the nineteen fifties, most children wrote about flying. And rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letters are about pollution becoming president demolition crews Albuquerque New Mexico, discovered a time capsule from Nineteen Sixty eight nearer former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV show but Greg Lee young men left a different kind of note, I'm dead. I. Go to Montgomery School that is the old school name I was born nineteen hundred you auto and I'm reading this directly. That's why it sounds kind of funny auto now no, I'm dead my favorite subject is spooking the police I play the guitar case you don't know what it is. It is supported with strings on him I am ten years old seal later savages. Greg Hat Morbid nature the most unusual time capsule. Now, certainly concerned a prophecy came true the capsule was a metal ammo box pulled from the foundation of a building all it was left of burned out logs ghost town of climax located in the southern Cascade Mountain range the child's printing dated nineteen forty eight described a town on British Columbia's North Coast that would boom in nineteen seventy nine with over a thousand residents but would become completely deserted by nineteen eighty two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern. As any community of that decade he ended with a comment that even after the town was completely deserted, it would still have electricity for thirty years underneath the date you printed his his name Philip Simon follow by grade three, Mrs Sims class for decades. The notes from the time capsule found climax collected dust in a police archive. The department hired a new officer who was given the assignment cleaning out the back room including the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule, he page through them until he came to fill. The officer had grown up in Khazal. And had vivid memories of his family moving out of the town in nineteen eighty search on the station's computer revealed that indeed Kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two yet retained power lines for thirty years when officers searched the Internet for the author Philip Simon was not to be found nor could he locate any school in the area that was around in nineteen forty eight with a teacher with the last name of Sims.
Chicago - Suspected serial killer charged with 1997 Lake County murder
"Years after a woman's body was found behind a closed truck stop near the Illinois Wisconsin line. A former long distance truck driver has been charged with the murder. The victim was Julie Konkle, 39 years old, strangled and possibly sexually assaulted her body left behind an abandoned truck stop in October 1997. Lake County Sheriff Sergeant Christopher Covelli says DNA found at the scene has now been linked to a 52 year old man Samuel William leg who is being held in Ohio on murder and sexual assault charges. There. Covelli says. It's not clear how leg met Julie Konkle. We do know Julie at that time was attempting to earn money by cleaning trucks at the truck stop when truckers would come there and take a break. She wasn't hard times around that time facing potential addiction from a residence and really working hard to make a living to support herself and her son, Samuel leg is described as a suspected serial killer.
"samuel" Discussed on Froning and Friends
"The on. into the storm go heads. He's chapter fourteen is that we're at chapter fourteen. You the introduction with everybody or You do it. We can do it. I. Mean it's of intimidating sitting reach a seat. It is weird is not here. are fitness. Father is gone as we call them up at the bar. But really the his father fitness dad. I'm definitely not that I'm probably the least fit at this. Meeting for sure. We Got Mike and. Michael, what do you like to be? Call like my. Yeah Yeah. Oh Yeah, happy meals, meals, e Olya. Every. Like it, you're excited about this chapter I'm very excited about for Samuel Fourteen I'm I'm excited I'm gonNA. Try not to take it over now. Too much so I hope. But it's a message. Are Pastor preach a little while ago and it had an impact on me, and I think it will speak to. WHO's going to be no plagiary. Here is now I'm gonNA give. Him All. Credit. Okay Jesus the man. Massa Randy Carter crushed this sermon I. Just WanNa. Share a few things and. We can go anywhere that you guys WanNa. Go! That's awesome. I'll probably father. We just thank you for This moment the storm father chiller day before the creation we'd be here to talk about your word, and so we just ask that you be amongst us and be with us and give us wisdom and. Creative minds as we talk about your word as we learn and pretty weird encouragement to each other, and those listing and Jesus name Amen Man. You said something. I thought I was right. I mean I can't get no closer..
Trump looks to curb landmark environmental act for projects
"Flies to Georgia today, where he is expected to announce a change in the review process for large US infrastructure projects from member station W. A. B E in Atlanta, Molly Samuel reports. Trump had said this year in January, when he first introduced proposed changes to the National Environmental Policy Act that changing the environmental review process had been his top priority. The law requires projects like highways, pipelines in oil and gas development. To go through a review that Khun Take years studying what impacts they'll have. Trump has proposed limiting how long environmental studies Khun take to finish requiring fewer projects tohave to be reviewed and restricting how climate change gets considered. He's expected to announce his final version of the overhaul near the Atlanta airport this afternoon. For NPR News. I'm
Trump Overhauls Key Environmental Law To Speed Up Pipelines And Other Projects
"Where he's scheduled to make a major environmental policy announcement. Molly Samuel, with member station W. A B in Atlanta says the president is expected to talk about an overhaul of the review process for large infrastructure projects in the US Trump had said this year in January, when he first introduced proposed changes to the National Environmental Policy Act that changing the environmental review process had been his top priority. The law requires projects like highways, pipelines in oil and gas development to go through a review that could take years studying what impacts they'll have. Trump has proposed limiting how long environmental studies Khun take to finish requiring fewer projects tohave to be reviewed and restricting how climate change gets considered. He's expected to announce his final version of the overhaul near the Atlanta airport this afternoon for NPR news. I'm Molly Samuel in Atlanta. Congressional investigators are looking
Fizz Fizz, with Fantastic History of Food
"Medicine men even published their own version of the farmer's ALMANAC with handy information about whether in crops and animals, and of course lots and lots of their ads. And the things they would write those ads. Swims. Panacea purportedly cured all belette diseases, including scruffy La chronic rheumatism ulcers, old sores boils and car bungles, diseases of the spines and wasting smedley Chili paste cured SCIATICA, rheumatism, sore throat Lumbago gouty pains and bronchitis among other things. Halls coca wine was invaluable for cases of influenza, sleeplessness, anemia and mental fatigue. And Lydia Penguins Vegetable compound seems to be able to cure women of anything, not just female troubles. Apparently, it was a curable, but only for half of the population. I've got to read you. One of their ads Lydia e Pinkham Vegetable compound is positive cure for all those painful complaints and weaknesses so common to our best female population, it will cure entirely the worst form of female complaints, all very troubles, inflammation and ulceration, fallings and displacements, and the consequent spinal weakness, and is particularly adapted to the change of life it will dissolve and expelled tumors from the uterus in an early stage of development, the tendency to cancerous humors. There is checked very speedily by its use. It removes maintenace flatulence. He destroys all creating stimulants and relieves weakness the stomach it cures, bloating headaches, nervous, prostration, general debility, sleeplessness, depression, and indigestion that feeling of bearing down causing pain, wait and backache is always permanently cured by its use it will at all times, and under all circumstances act in harmony with the laws that governed the female system. For the cure of kidney complaints of either sex. This compound is unsurpassed. It goes onto also plug. No Family should be without Lydia Pink Liver Pills, they cure constipation, billion and torpedo of the liver. Good stuff! So, what was in these bottles of snake oil? Very rarely oil of snake, which is hard to source. Ingredients ranged from benign but unhelpful like tincture of mallow route to. A dangerous. Many patent medicines contained significant levels of alcohol opium, morphine, cocaine, basically anything that would make the end user good, so they think it was working the fact that many of these medicines were made with highly addictive drugs was probably good for repeat business as well. While patent medicines were hot sellers. They weren't without their detractors. In nineteen o five and nineteen, six Collier's magazine ran a series of. Articles by Samuel Hopkins Adams entitled the Great American fraud which exposed many of the deceitful and unsafe methods practiced by patent medicine manufacturers. Exposes like these and other grassroots efforts helped bring about the first federal, food and Drug Act in Nineteen, oh six. Now drug labeling had to include a list of ingredients not. Of them just certain concerning things like heroin, chloroform, cannabis and of course alcohol. And Manufacturers were prohibited from making unproven and unprovable claims. Cocaine wouldn't be banned from freely available patent medicines until nineteen o nine. The Classic Sodas. We know and love. Today got their start as patent medicines. Before? We addressed the to soda elephants in the room. The brands so big that apparently they had a war in the nineteen eighties, which I was less aware of than our impending war with Russia which never came to pass, but did give us a glut of heavily accented movie villains,
"No Sir claritin liquor for boys port for men, but he who aspires to be a hero smiling mystery brandy in the first place. Brandy is most grateful to the Palette and then brandy will do soonest for a man. Drinking can do for him. They all indeed few who able to drink brandy. That is a power rather to be wishful than attained Samuel Johnson. Good evening and welcome to the bar. In the second of my series on the history of spirits I've chosen to investigate brandy. Typically drunk is an after dinner digestif. GRANDY spirit produced traditionally by distilling wine. The basics of distillation have been with us for a very long time, but it wasn't until the ninth century that it was described in the manner. We know today. Eventually, it spread to Italy on the rest of the continent of Europe. By the Fifteenth Century to began to be used all master still variety of basis into spirits. And slowly various national drinks from Volta to whiskey developed. Is Not entirely clear. Wine began being fortified into brandy. In some jurisdictions, wine was taxed volume, and by distilling the wine into brandy. It was possible to avoid tax and mix it with water afterwards. High alcohol content also made the wine travel veteran long voyages, and was therefore used a method of preservation. Anyone, who has visited a distiller can tell you. Aging in wooden casks can have a significant effect on the taste of distilled drink with the aroma of the casks, being drawn out by the alcohol over time. The name Brandy comes from the Dutch word, but I'm D- wine meaning the wine. The name is apt as most brandies made by applying heat originally from open flames two wine. While brandies are usually made from wine or other fermented fruit juices. Can actually be distilled any liquid that contains sugar. All the too quiet that the liquid bailout ferment and should be heated past the boiling point of water. Almost every country has their own national brandy, many of which are not made from wine. GRAPPA in Italy is made from grape skins. slivovitz in Poland made, from plums. Shoot you in Japan is made from rice and born in the united. States is made from corn. Brandy of course is better known as Scotch Whisky. That being said the vast majority of brandies are traditionally made from wine. It is not strange. Therefore, the best and most famous brandies tend to be associated with well known and well respected wine regions. The ALMANAC can cognac regions are among the most famous brandy produces. ALMANAC is the oldest brandy distilled in France and in the past was consumed Fritz therapeutic benefits. In the Fourteenth Century Prior Vitale. Full Cardinal wrote the detach forty choose. It enlivened the spirit. If taken immoderation recalls, the past memory renders men joyous preserves youth and delays senility. Cognac exhibits an abundance of qualities, fruit, subtle rumors wolf intensity, and above all complexity with thousands of flavors, all stemming from predominantly just one grape variety. While you will likely have heard of a few major brands such as running Mata. It is the variety and the small families that have been distilling with secrets passed down through the generations that make these spirits so interesting. Aficionados flocked to the region to obtain different vintages from a wide range of distillers who each have their own unique family history. You may have heard of Cherry Brandy as well. It is not as the name might suggest a fruit brandy obtained by distillation referred to in France's. Rather most cherry brandies in fact, liqueurs with most produces mass rating, their own choice of cherries with the bay spirit of vodka before the addition of other enhancing flavours. Unlike with Jin where a lot of innovation in recent years led to a boom in the market, brandy brands pride themselves on the tradition of the drink. However brand is still trying to align itself with younger drinkers as in some ways that previous marketing has set them up a drink for the sophisticated older drinker. This has led to the majority of the Brandy. Drinkers being in the fifties sixties older. Brandy is being positioned now with a view to find its way into the glasses of people in their thirties, who likely don't have to? Cantor sat at home and might not have considered the drink before. Spanish brandy well placed in this regard is not only is it often sell for a lower price than the more venerable French brands, but it has already started to innovate. Torres has begun to expand into flavored and spiced varieties designed to appeal more to younger ballots.
"No Sir claritin liquor for boys port for men, but he who aspires to be a hero smiling mystery brandy in the first place. Brandy is most grateful to the Palette and then brandy will do soonest for a man. Drinking can do for him. They all indeed few who able to drink brandy. That is a power rather to be wishful than attained Samuel Johnson. Good evening and welcome to the bar. In the second of my series on the history of spirits I've chosen to investigate brandy. Typically drunk is an after dinner digestif. GRANDY spirit produced traditionally by distilling wine. The basics of distillation have been with us for a very long time, but it wasn't until the ninth century that it was described in the manner. We know today. Eventually, it spread to Italy on the rest of the continent of Europe. By the Fifteenth Century to began to be used all master still variety of basis into spirits. And slowly various national drinks from Volta to whiskey developed. Is Not entirely clear. Wine began being fortified into brandy. In some jurisdictions, wine was taxed volume, and by distilling the wine into brandy. It was possible to avoid tax and mix it with water afterwards. High alcohol content also made the wine travel veteran long voyages, and was therefore used a method of preservation. Anyone, who has visited a distiller can tell you. Aging in wooden casks can have a significant effect on the taste of distilled drink with the aroma of the casks, being drawn out by the alcohol over time. The name Brandy comes from the Dutch word, but I'm D- wine meaning the wine. The name is apt as most brandies made by applying heat originally from open flames two wine. While brandies are usually made from wine or other fermented fruit juices. Can actually be distilled any liquid that contains sugar. All the too quiet that the liquid bailout ferment and should be heated past the boiling point of water. Almost every country has their own national brandy, many of which are not made from wine. GRAPPA in Italy is made from grape skins. slivovitz in Poland made, from plums. Shoot you in Japan is made from rice and born in the united. States is made from corn. Brandy of course is better known as Scotch Whisky. That being said the vast majority of brandies are traditionally made from wine. It is not strange. Therefore, the best and most famous brandies tend to be associated with well known and well respected wine regions. The ALMANAC can cognac regions are among the most famous brandy produces. ALMANAC is the oldest brandy distilled in France and in the past was consumed Fritz therapeutic benefits. In the Fourteenth Century Prior Vitale. Full Cardinal wrote the detach forty choose. It enlivened the spirit. If taken immoderation recalls, the past memory renders men joyous preserves youth and delays senility. Cognac exhibits an abundance of qualities, fruit, subtle rumors wolf intensity, and above all complexity with thousands of flavors, all stemming from predominantly just one grape variety. While you will likely have heard of a few major brands such as running Mata. It is the variety and the small families that have been distilling with secrets passed down through the generations that make these spirits so interesting. Aficionados flocked to the region to obtain different vintages from a wide range of distillers who each have their own unique family history. You may have heard of Cherry Brandy as well. It is not as the name might suggest a fruit brandy obtained by distillation referred to in France's. Rather most cherry brandies in fact, liqueurs with most produces mass rating, their own choice of cherries with the bay spirit of vodka before the addition of other enhancing flavours. Unlike with Jin where a lot of innovation in recent years led to a boom in the market, brandy brands pride themselves on the tradition of the drink. However brand is still trying to align itself with younger drinkers as in some ways that previous marketing has set them up a drink for the sophisticated older drinker.
"samuel" Discussed on Froning and Friends
"So. It it looks at and it's kind of A. He didn't learn from that in the beginning so. Why! Why did not read chapter? Reading Downright. Hold out his iphone called Samuel. Uber! I, think it the rest this chapter. It cracks me up that you'd have an army. and not have any swords. Or go to battle. And have nothing blacksmiths and the and the one group of people that know how to do these things. Your enemy is your enemy trying to.
Supreme Court Issues Key Rulings on Trump's Finances
"On the final day of its term, the Supreme Court issued two highly anticipated rulings involving president trump's financial records. One decision clears the way for Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance to potentially view the president's taxes. The other was a mixed decision involving congressional efforts to obtain the president's personal financial documents both were sent back to lower courts for further consideration. Joining me now with more details is our legal affairs reporter Brent Kendall. So rent. The court rejected the president's efforts to block New York subpoena seeking his tax records, but issued a mixed ruling in a related case involving subpoenas from House Democrats. Can you tell us more about these rulings? And why in the congressional case? It was a mixed ruling. On the congressional case we'll start there that the court made pretty clear that it was not at all satisfied with either president trump's position. which the court said would really neuter Congress and make it harder for the legislative branch to do investigation while also being equally dissatisfied with Congress's position here and said look. Lawmakers you're under the belief that you can just get almost anything you want under the Sun, and the the you know, the president here is different. This is about his personal papers, and we really do need to give more scrutiny here to make sure that these requests are targeted and limited and these. Don't harass the president or become a really burdensome on him in some ways that case ended up as kind of a draw, and we will have significant further lower proceedings, and it's. It's hard to know at this point at the end of the day whether Congress is going to get. Any some all of these records that it is seeking the one thing we do know. It's extremely unlikely that they're going to get any of them before the election in November The vans case with a lot clearer and a lot. More of a straight forward and fairly sweeping loss for the president who argued that he was absolutely immune from having his financial information, disclosed or turned over to state prosecutors Wyle. He was in office, and the court flatly rejected that claim and basically sided with newer prosecutors and all their basic. That case isn't completely resolved. either. The president still potentially has more arguments. He can make against the subpoenas which he will certainly try to do in the lower courts, but it did remove a big roadblock for prosecutors in Manhattan who are examining whether President, trump or people close to him violated any state record keeping laws. So these separate cases, both came down and seven to two votes, and the president's appointees neal gorsuch and bright cavanaugh were in the majority. What do you make of that breakdown? While I mean it's a pretty remarkable thing and most of the big cases here right at the end of the term, the chief justice avoided five four rulings, and so for example we had some big religious freedom cases that were issued on Wednesday and have been the kinds of cases in the past. We're liberal justices, all descended and they're. The just got to the Liberals to join with the Conservatives, and what is was a pair of fairly conservative rulings in favor of religious institutions, and then flipping things around today we had the chief justice in the four liberal justices, and the chief was also bring along justices, neal gorsuch and Brett Cavanaugh, who are both trump appointees and to the majority in both of these rulings, those two didn't agree on all the same reasoning, but joined the outcomes. We ended up out of the nine justices with only two dissenters justices clarence. Thomas Samuel Alito. Tell us more about what happens next. For these two cases, what questions are now left for the lower courts? especially as we're looking ahead to the November election, even if these issues won't be resolved by then. There are a lot more issues for the lower courts in the congressional cases, basically because the Supreme Court crafted a whole new set of standards, the judges should now look out for these kinds of disputes. I mean the disputes. Themselves are pretty rare, normally congress and the White House work out their differences when Congress wants to have people testify when they want information. But now the court is basically said you lower chords take these new standards. We've articulated that we think will provide some protections to the president as well as some protections to Congress and sort out who's got the better argument here. That's going to take time. The New York case may take a little less time. The president still has some arguments available to him to contest the criminal subpoena here to his accountant's but they're more straightforward at. That courts can deal with more quickly, but even there it's going to take time, and even if he loses and the accountants turnover this information to Manhattan prosecutors. This comes in the context of a secret grand jury proceeding, and it will be many months, if ever, before details of of what prosecutors learn would become public. And the president quickly responded to these rulings on twitter. We are hearing responses. Continue to roll in. Tell me a little bit about your impressions of what he's been saying well, the president has been frustrated with a Supreme Court on several of its rulings, including one day invalidated his cancellation of the Dhaka and program and right after the ruling came out today, and he expressed clear frustration on twitter that this case would continue and express his views that this is sort of a political partisan prosecution that's designed to harass him, and he said that it was not fair to him or his administration. While the president was frustrated with the rulings today. Sivan's in New York. The prosecutor who is leading this investigation was thrilled and said this was a day really where the Supreme Court affirmed the rule of law that is applied to the president, just like everybody else. And he said now his team would get back to doing the business that had been doing of investigating this case and proceeding as it had planned to proceed, while also knowing they're still future battles ahead against president trump and his lawyers as this probe continues. France it's been a busy few weeks as supreme. Court now heads into its recess. Any final thoughts that you're leaving with well. It was a really big momentous term, even though the court ended up hearing less cases than it had planned because of corona virus, but we had these major rulings today on presidential power. We've had blockbuster rulings on religious freedom on gay rights in the workplace on the DACA immigration case. A lot at the court has tackled, and so it will take at at least a little bit of a breather now while we all sort out what's on the horizon. Wall Street Journal. Legal, affairs reporter Brent Kendall Brent thank you so much for joining me sure. Thank thank you.
Star Wars the Clone Wars
"We have tim again from Rainbow, comics to talk star wars and should preface. He's not just the Star Wars Guru, but it just happened to be that. That's what we're talking about today, so thanks Tim. We're GONNA. Be Talking some clone worst all right now. No, I love I love the clone. Thanks for having me back I. Don't mind talking about star. Wars at all. I'm definitely the Star Wars Guy at the store I've got a big old tie fighter sitting on the sitting on one of the shelves, and Yeah I love Star Wars up and down left and right but i. do know other things. SO YEAH CLONE WARS! I know when we talked in the past. You're really excited before the final seat. Well I guess, maybe it's going to be the final season of clone wars, but the new one was coming out, and of course by the time you hear this, it's done so I, will let the listener know that there will be spoilers. It's been long enough. I think, and it can goes to the dark side, you guys. I didn't tell him. It's like saying the titanic. Sinks at the end of the move. It does I my dad still loves that movie and He loved the Titanic before the movie came out, but every the movie's been on TV lot lately, and he keeps watching it, and I was like you've seen the movie. I know it's real long. The boat saying. There there we segue into. That anikin goes bad. Anikin goes bad the and thanks for listening you guys. All, right. But I know you loved the series. Mainly a Soka I would say is probably your best most favorite character. You think, man. She's up there and honestly My love really lies with rebels. But I honestly believe my love for rebels wouldn't exist without clone wars, and I think that clone wars an epic. Very much stands on its own It is so grand like even rebels is like four. Seasons. Whereas clone wars we've got. what is it seven seasons and a move at two thousand eight the I? Did you watch it when it first came out or did you catch a little later? I caught the movie win. It came out on DVD. Because they released the first three episodes as a feature, and if you go on like Disney, plus and you watch season one episode one. That's not worth starts. You have to go on Disney, plus specifically I'm going to go ahead and date this podcast right now around. This is not gonNA work in ten years when Disney pluses and the thing anymore but if you go into Disney plus and go under specials. Specials they have star wars. The clone wars. It's like an eighty six minute movie or something, and that actually comes before season one episode one that was released in theaters and Samuel. Jackson is Mace Christopher Lee is count Duku and I think there might be a third like original voice. Okay? I can't remember off the top of my head, but it's interesting because with clone wars being as long as it is. Tom Cain to me is Yoda so in rebels? They bring in Frank Oz to do Yoda's voice in that in. It's really cool that they got Frank Oz. But seeing a Yoda in that style that CG style sounding not like Tom Kaine like weirdly sounded wrong, and it's the original. Yoda and I might be alone in this, but I just just to have. The the iota that I'd heard 'cause I mean. I haven't counted it, but I have to assume Tom kaine probably has more recorded lines as Yoda than than Frank. Oz does so yeah I guarantee you. He does and especially in that visual style, but that's kind of carried. I know rebels in clone wars aren't exactly the stay the same, but stylistically there's a there's a theme that goes that over rice all of them so. It was just weird rebels to hear Yoda with the original voice, but kind of wanting it to be the voice from Clone Wars I. think that's an interesting legacy in and of itself, that is if a soak is maybe not your favorite I guess, could you let us know maybe your top two favorite characters from condo and I'm sorry. Let me finish. I'm sorry. Honda. Is Is my favorite character and he carries over into rebels. And even there's even a series of kids books, and there's one that's about Hanin chewy with the foul can, and they They have to team up with with Honda I. CAn't remember the name of it off the top of my head, but the audio book is narrated by By, the guy who does voice, who's also Winnie the Pooh and lost Jim Cummings okay. So he voices Hongo in coon, wars and rebels. He does his voice at Galaxies, Edge, theme park at Disney. is Hongo and so there's a whole a whole audiobook. You can just listened to Honda. Tell you a story and it's it's like great. Honda's my absolute favorite.
NWSL Nation - Challenge Cup Week 1 Review
"Soccer's back soccer's back like we've watched it. We've seen it's. Forty minutes worth of it. Those the they fly by five hundred minutes fly by really yeah, especially when they're broken down in segments good. I'm glad they took my advice on that because I know the original plan was every match one after the continuously? Yeah, the the ninety ninety minute was was controversial, but I'm glad they went with it. You know it's every now and again I have good ideas. Any any who Mike. We have lots to talk about as we record. This are six matches into the Challenge Cup tournament. Every team is have Janssen play. What's four teams have played twice us, or we're going to dig into. These gives quick reactions and have look forward to to the next up around imagine by kicking off the. Match on CBS. Half a million people tuned in to watch North Carolina Courage Portland Mozart. Most watched. Time incredible and it'd be so much of all time. It was a higher view than a few EPL matches. That happened that day. It was a all cases a pretty strong success of course Mike I know. If you had your druthers, things, soccer wise would have done. A little courage defeated Portland thorns two to one. This thing was scoreless. Seventy five minutes in for Denia scored off of Haley Mace Cross Italy trying to watch so much soccer in the last couple of days, trying to like the July's all the goals correctly of course, Charlotte equalizing in the eightieth minute Lynn Will Williams putting North Carolina ahead in. In stoppage, time I'm just going to cut right over to you. First Match Back Challenge Cup immediate reactions. This was incredible and I say this is the thorns fan heard about the loss, but this was a fantastic match. You know you've got a big rivalry between the courage and the thorns lot of history there, we didn't know what it would look like with. You know such a long hiatus structure to the preseason, but it didn't disappoint new look lot of new faces for the thorns, but I think they exceeded a lot of expectations, goalkeeper bill, bixby and her and wwl debut had some phenomenal saves against you know. Courage onslaught, tons set pieces good work in the midfield by Lindsay Horon Rocky Rodriguez. The courage didn't quite look like the courage that we're used to. It wasn't quite the smooth billed from the back fast pace attack that we've come to know one love that being said they found a way to to make it happen, and their crosses into the box were lethal, and that's got the job done for them. Yeah I think a theme because we're obviously talking about the courage again toward the end of this I, think team on sing with North Carolina. They're known for their depth. They're known for their cardio. They're known for their technical skill level. And obviously just having a deep deep deep roster, topics, players, and it just always seems to come down to the same two or three people. With things close out I mean you're talking about a phenomenal group of talented players. The end the day comes down to Denia and. Then Williams. It's interesting. It really isn't ensemble and I. I think I think they did great work, but but you're right. It came down to that, and you know Lynn Williams's well on her way to. Showing up SAM curve the for the Golden Boot of the tournament at least. Yeah I at this point I'm. Talking about we're talking three goals at two games, it's you know it's obviously phenomenal performance on her independence looking well. Haley Haley Mason Samuel Ev looks really strong on the distribution end I think that they look pretty locked in there I think I'm Portland's, and it's hard to say there weren't too many heavy. This isn't necessarily the case where I think you're looking t better, dead or a lot of ways i. feel like Portland made a handful of mistakes that led them to give up two late goals True and one thing you have to say for Portland to not only are they coming in with a largely new team They've gotten hit. Pretty hard by the injury bug. You know we had eighty franch this out of the tournament. number one draft Sophea Smith didn't play. We don't know when we're going to see her. So we saw a lot of new faces, and they still put up a good fight. No, absolutely I actually one thing. I really came to Portland After this match, they were one of the most. It was one of the most sound defensive performances we'd seen across all the matches. We watch so far like I said I just think this. This was a case where the courage were able to take their strengths finder blemish where they could fit something in They're just phenomenally talented. When it comes to responding to cross well laser accuracy with that, you know finding people and bill each something that the bread butter, too, and they were able to connect it right the right time toward the end of the match I. They knew that they're conditioning. Just with depth of their roster helped them a lot which makes their most recent match all the more interesting overall i. Definitely felt like a good showing on both ends in, and really was a tough break. This is definitely it really would have benefited Portland to get points here and yeah. Yeah stoppage it was e can't get more dramatic, so it was. It lived up. Tech speculations
Stamped On The Phone
"Hi, it's pretty globeop. Give that few minutes that I can explain to you that an inside story. About stamped. I'll make it a topcoat audio clips. They can hear it over there episode five to seven and on talk about it during audio Mo- here on Lima and on other goods social networks. Because in two thousand seventeen I started. Getting advisories through good reads in through some other deep dies. and. The end of ACP names stamps. Give it a top prize for outstanding literature and. I've had it on my. GotTa read Realis- Since then. The books by Lebron Mix kindy. I have discovered. There's a back channel conversation about stamps. It's something. That Ray Gerard would have resonated with and then during a phone call. I had with Paul Manny the book itself. Start agreeing to me on the phone in the middle of call that had with Paul. So. I thought it might be worthwhile to take the exact segments that was playing through a foam. And let your let you hear it because it's a revealed to me. Very revealing to know. How many cultural values I have or stamp with racism, people form immature images of places of people of Cultures and of meanings that are embedded to religion or to history or to sociology or to family values. Stamped by racism. So here's a little bit of an excerpt. It's exactly the segment that was playing when a audible. BOOT booted Paul off my phone. Have, a quick listen. Men that have low and flat nostrils are asked La Bitterness as apes cleric Edward topsail explain in sixteen o seven in history of four footed beasts King James made the Comment Association of Apes in devils in his fifteen ninety seven book deem -Nology, and one of his last plays the tempest, sixteen eleven shakespeare played on these associations of the devil, an African in crafting Caliban, the hyper sexual bastard, child of Demon, an African witch from a vile race in sixteen, Fourteen, England's first famous working class poet John Taylor said that Black Nations adored the black devil. In a sixteen fifteen address for the planters in Ireland and Virginia the Reverend Thomas Cooper said that White Sham. One of Noah's three sons shelby Lord over the cursed race of Cham- meaning Noah's son, Ham and Africa. Future Virginia politician George Santa's also conjured curse theory to degrade blackness. In a sixteen twenty paraphrase of Genesis, future politician Thomas in road of. The southern man as a black, deformed Elf, and the northern white like unto God himself. Five years later clergyman Samuel Purchase released the Gargantuan Four Valium Heck latest posthumous of travel manuscript left to him by his mentor. Richard Hackett Purchase blasted filthy sodomite sleepers, ignorant beast disciples of Cham- to whom the black darkness is reserved forever. These were the ideas about African people circulating throughout England and the English colonies as African people were being hauled into Tanzania on slave ships. In Sixteen Nineteen Richard, mather begin ministering not far from the future center of the British slave. Trade the port of Liverpool. And those days, the British slave trade was miniscule at Africans, hardly existed in Britannia, but that would soon change. The vessels of slave traders were cruising deeper and deeper into the heart of west Africa especially after the Moroccans armed by English, guns crust, the Songhai Empire in fifteen ninety one. The vessels of English Commerce were cruising deeper and deeper into Virginia to as English merchants competed with Spanish Portuguese and rising Dutch and French empires. To get the rest of the story, Shrek she by the book or listen to it on audible. I know the history of America the history of the Great. Western expansion of European culture to the states. Had elements of the slave trade as part of the foundational elements. Of our natural growth. It's called STEMP's but Hebrew mix candy. Having all my kids read it. Before. We go back to school in the autumn of twenty. Twenty
49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel suffers broken foot
"Forty niners wide receiver deebo Samuel has broken his foot in a workout. It will require surgery. He'll be gone for twelve to sixteen weeks.
Supreme Court rules LGBT people protected from job discrimination.
"The supreme. Court ruled on Monday that a landmark civil rights law protects gay lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment. A resounding victory for LGBT writes from conservative court. The court decided by six to three vote that a key provisions of the civil rights, act, of nineteen, sixty, four, known as title seven that Baas job discrimination, because of sex among other reasons encompasses bias against lgbt workers. An employer, who has an individual being homosexual or transgender fires that person for traits or actions, it would not have questioned in members of different sects justice neil gorse wrote for the court. Sex plays a necessary and undistinguishable role in the decision exactly what title seven forbids? Justice Samuel Alito Brett cavern and Clarence Thomas dissented. Cabinet wrote a separate dissent that the court was rewriting the law to include gender identity and sexual orientation. A job that belongs to Congress still cavern, said the decision represents an important victory achieved by gay and Lesbian Americans. The outcome is expected to have a big impact for the estimated eight point one million lgbt workers across the country because most states don't protect them from workplace discrimination, an estimated eleven point three million. MILLION LGBT people live in the US according to the Williams institute at the Ucla Law School but Monday's decision is not likely to be the courts last word on a host of issues revolving around lgbt rights Gauche noted lawsuits pending over transgender athletes participation in school, sporting events and courts, also dealing with cases about sex, segregated bathrooms and locker rooms, a subject that the justices seemed concerned about during arguments in October. Employers who have religious objections to employing lgbt people also might be able to raise those claims in a different case Gore said.
In landmark case, Supreme Court rules LGBTQ workers are protected from job discrimination
"The Supreme Court has ruled that a landmark civil rights law protects gay lesbian bi and transgender people from discrimination in employment correspondent Andrew Denburg the Supreme Court ending L. G. B. T. employment discrimination protecting gay and transgender people under the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four it was a six three decision with Chief Justice John Roberts and trump appointee justice Neil Gorsuch joining the more liberal side of the court Neil Gorsuch writing the majority opinion in part quote it's no contest only the written word is the law and all persons are entitled to its benefit justices Samuel Alito Brett Kavanaugh and Clarence Thomas dissented in the case all three argued that Congress not the courts should explicitly draft protections for LGBT people president trump said I've read the decision and some people were surprised but they've ruled and we live with their decision that's what it's all about we live with the decision of the Supreme Court on
Supreme Court rules 6-3 in favor of gay rights in workplace
"Continuing our in depth team coverage of the supreme court's gay rights ruling LA legal analyst and Loyola law school professor Laurie Levenson tells connects the ruling is raising eyebrows as the court has a conservative majority many people are surprised that justice Gorsuch who was appointed by president trump wrote this decision because he wrote in favor of gay rights in favor transgender rights but it's not a complete surprise you have to remember that justice Gorsuch clerked for justice Kennedy in another major decision the court refused to take a case from opponents of California's sanctuary state law Levinson tells us that's less of a surprise cream court takes a very small percentage of the petitions that are filed before them they certainly have taken their fair share of hot button issues this term and we never know exactly why they're declining cases only justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito voted to hear the administration's appeal family and friends of a black man found hanging from a tree in Palmdale are demanding answers about his death sure valid via way of us said to talk about the case later this morning they're not buying what sheriff's officials have said that Robert fuller's death appears to have been a suicide given the current climate with protests over police brutality and systemic racism some fear that something far more ominous took place dozens gathered for a March in Palmdale over the weekend this man told CBS
Big win for LGBTQ community
"One a landmark decision from the Supreme Court CBS news special report the L. G. B. T. community is rejoicing over a ruling from the U. S. Supreme Court that says federal civil rights law protects LGBT people in the workplace the ACLU's Karen stranger whom we hope for a moment that it felt odd on the work of so many people over over so many decades Matthew Lasky is with the group glad for gives us hope that as a country we can unite for the common good around the continue to fight for LGBTQ acceptance conservative justice Neil Gorsuch wrote the majority opinion joining with Chief Justice Roberts and liberal justices legal scholar Laurie Levinson says Samuel Alito pen the descent cues as the majority of basically legislating going outside the language of the nineteen sixty four title seven and saying that in fact they were putting into it concepts and decisions that were not anticipated at the time CBS news special report I'm
"samuel" Discussed on Froning and Friends
"My family is the least important of all the families of that tribe. Why are you talking to me like this or Why are you talking like this to me? Then Samuel brought his servant into the hall and place them at the head of the table, honoring the. Above all thirty special guests, Samuel then instructed the cook to bring Saul the finest cuts of meat and the piece. That had been set aside for the guest of honor, so the cook brought in the meat, and placed it before saw. Go ahead and eat it. Samuel said I was saving it for for you even before I invited these others, so saul eight Samuel Samuel that day. When they came down from the place of worship and return to the town Samuel took saul up on the roof of the house to prepare a bed for him there at daybreak, the next morning Samuel called Disol-. Get up. It's time you were on your way. So saw got ready, and he left and Samuel left the House to Samuel at this house together. When the reached the edge of town, Samuel told solve Sunday. Servant on a head after the servant was gone Samuel said. Stay here for Hybrid, a special special message from the Lord. For you from? Google. Yeah lot going on they're. Kind of A. The culmination of what we all have started with with all of this. You know finally. Picking Israel wants a king wants to be like everybody else and they've finally. This is leading to them getting their king. Kofi how quiet!.
"samuel" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Hoped to. To do that in March, but because of covid pandemic, they could not empanel a grand jury. They're hoping that that can be done by June July at some point Anderson. We have reached out to the Williamson County Sheriff's department and have not heard back today but in documents filed with the state, Attorney General's Office the Williamson County Sheriff's. Department said that With their office of professional standards found that quote after reviewing video evidence, ps concluded the primary and assisting deputies acted in accordance with the guidelines of the sheriff's department and US quote objective reasonableness on on the level of force us in that incident Anderson. I appreciate it. Join me now, Johnston, the former Missouri Highway Patrol. Captain, who is applauded for the people? He led police response to the riots in Ferguson Missouri six years ago in the demonstrations there Kevin. Johnson thanks so much for being with us. Can you just walk us through? It's very easy to look at something and form opinions about it. And there's obviously multiple moving parts this, but can you walk us through? What protocol is for officers trying to bring somebody into custody? Who may be resisting, but may be in distress as well. Well I think initially you use those tactics that you've been trained onto. One is resisting. Starts at a different level compliance. You're asking him to put it behind his back, but in watching this video is obvious at a certain point. He's in distress. He is not a tipping the five year. He is in distress He's telling you can't breathe and you can hear it in his voice. Can you see in his face? But you see them not taking any action story officer. More so trying to maybe A. Clutch his own chest I mean he's trying to bring his arms in, but not in a aggressive way, so I think we see this and he's definitely in distress was tough to watch I watched it. and. It took me back to what we're saying with Mr Floor, but he's definitely in distress. He tells me about his heart condition, and so you have to begin to take that consideration, and yes, please officers run across a suspect who say say different things, but you have to assess things based on the merit of that moment. I WOULD IMAGINE Some officers watching this would say well. People say all the time. I can't breathe, or you're hurting me. I know how one deals with that in that moment I mean obviously there there must be. I mean. How do you deal with that? You have to you have to assess the situation, but in this gentleman here you can help grasping for air. And so I think if the assessor situation someone's grasping prayer and you can look. You can see the look on his face that he is in distress. When when you hear about when when you know police reform means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. You hear protest protest. You're talking about de-fund, please. I'm wondering what what do you think about that? de-fund police idea and also when you think about police reform what what reforms that can be made short term and even long-term. defunding police I take that as let's just make sure we're looking at budgets and make sure that the improperly funded that if there's things there that we can move around to another. Another agency that we need to look at that, but we may look at it. Department is saying that they're underfunded. We may say that they're exactly funded, but but most people that are saying to fund a police are saying. Get rid of the police, but you know school budgets, most governmental budgets. They're looked at to see if there's money, there should be moved around our fishing day. And so I think that's proper and I think for police department while we're trying to. Two men are ways with communities nation. That would be a way to do it to say. Yes, look at us if we can help with our budget to make our communities in our country better. Why wouldn't we? And, so we started talking about police reform is about training. We have to make sure that is correct that we're giving everybody a seat at the table and we're listening to the people that are in our communities specially in our African American communities, not that we're giving them answers. We need to listen to them and let them give us the solution that they see. On implementing those. Ron Johnson. I appreciate your time tonight. Thank you very much. Thank you very much Anderson. Just had his George Floyd remembered someone who attended a funeral Dr Martin Luther King Junior and also marched in Memphis in nineteen, sixty eight Samuel L. Jackson join US talk by the outpouring of grief as well as the protests then and now when we return..
"samuel" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Aaron thanks good evening tonight. Two weeks since the killing of George Floyd, protesters continue to fill the streets peacefully, demanding changes in the way, the police in works in this country changes that go beyond policing changes to address systematic inequalities that have existed for too long. These protests are making all of us as a country grapple with the question of whether as the as the county sheriff in Mr Floyd's hometown. Put it this weekend quote. We are part of the problem. At Sheriff joins US shortly sooners the mayor of Washington. DC, also being asked about the same questions about her police force Joe Biden has just weighed in as well and whether the police has some protesters, demands should be funded or their forces dismantled. You'll hear from him on that shortly as well. He met today with George Floyd's family. The president has called the family, but as yet to meet with them or address the kind of systematic issues being raised by protesters, the president spent time today meeting with law enforcement officials. He's clearly hoping to make A. A campaign issue out of the some of the protesters calls for defunding the police. Meantime. Another incident is getting attention Another man killed on camera by police. As he uttered the words, I can't breathe. His name was heavier ambler. He's killed north of downtown Austin. Texas happened last year. The video is just now come into light actor and civil rights activist Samuel L. Jackson joins us as well. We begin though with the final public memorial service for George Floyd in Houston where he lived for many years thousands coming to pay their last respects today. A lot to talk about tonight..
White Privilege In The Wellness Industry
"Hello, and welcome to Die Starts Tomorrow I'M SAMMY? Lean! And with everything that's been going on in the world this week. We want us to use our platform today to have an uncomfortable but berry important discussion we wanted to discuss white privilege in the wellness and fitness industry something you've heard US touch on before in past conversations, but have never quite delved into the full extent are today is someone who is very special to US Dana Samuel. Who Works at batches as our community manager and has been vocal in wanting to happen over? With, US about this for this episode, we wanted to hear firsthand experiences and give her the space to have a discussion about race in the wellness industry. Welcome, Dana. Hi thanks. A. Coming. So. We were thinking in the beginning of the episode. Maybe just first introduce yourself. Who Are you? Tell us how you how you came to Betcha. And just give it. Give everyone your background. Yeah so again. My Name's Dana I'm the community manager I also run the ones happy hour account. Came to bachelor as a friend, introduce me the company would we were in college and I checked every single week for new positions at applied as soon as I saw community manager obviously kill the interview, and here I am A. Member you dead yeah. Let's she. She's the one. Home, but yeah I've been with or year my general background quick life story I am a biracial woman. Half Black Half Puerto Rican, I grew up in predominantly white situations though I live in. A general area where there's a high population of Jewish people I went to summer camp at the Jewish community center. My High School I went to private Catholic high school so very commonly predominantly white areas and I feel like that's sort of in. All that's going on. I have a lot of white friends. Because of those situations growing up, and it's just sort of really brought my attention how? You know people who are in the black community are reacting all. That's going on what they're doing on and off social media how they're handling just with either with me or with other of or with other black friends or family, or what have you how they're handling? You know checking in on those people making sure that they're able to do something meaningful to help the cause so just before we get into the wellness piece of the conversation since you are. Passionate about wellness we're just wanted to. How are you feeling in general? At this time. Very. Tired in, not just like. Oh, I've been doing stuff all day. I'm tired type of way. It's something in a way I've never really experienced before I think that. I've been fortunate enough not to say that you know this is a bad thing if people experience it or that. I haven't had periods of extreme sadness before, but I don't think I've ever really suffered from. Depression on a deep level, but I imagine that some of the things that I'm feeling are connected to the. It's like constantly feeling fatigued and unmotivated, and even though even with works today I obviously. Am You know doing all that? I tell us if you were to to work. It's like really. Like tiptoe around that element. Not yet not yet. I know that I could. I could tell you if that was the case, but I'm not at that point, but definitely. Unmotivated in the sense of even. Working with editorial, they've asked me if I would want to write certain things, Mike. I I just feel like it would take me a full day to even write a short article, and that's something that's very unlike the I'm very fascinated. Typing in general coming up ideas, you know well. We're in things, but. Just feeling very very challenged in doing everyday things in regards to that, and then having to this sort of internal battle of staying informed which obviously I want to do, and obviously I've been doing but. It's it's hard seeing the same things over and over and over seeing all these you know, all these protests have gone left because of interference or people who were taking things out of context, urges seeing all these devastating videos of. Black Yoke, getting her or abuse, or whatever the case might be or people exploiting the bad things that are happening amongst the black community, making jokes out of it or making stupid Internet challenges, item it and it's. It's hard to to keep exposing myself to that every day, but I know it's something that. I have to percents because I can't. I can't rely. On others to keep me keep me knowledgeable in the way that I I. I need to be for myself.
"samuel" Discussed on Froning and Friends
"You say that because it's what it was. They were like Oh. Let's you know this is going to save Ark of the Covenant not. Actually got yeah and then they didn't do the correct steps. They didn't offer sacrifices. They didn't do these things. And it comes back to not having you know good leadership, because at this time they couldn't themselves get to God. Samuel was a priest. Samuel could intervene for them. With God, so I thought it was kind of cool, and then talks about you know this lamb, and what it means, and why they had to do it, and then what the foreshadowing was to who Jesus is, four people say the Old Testament. Don't speak is not for for today. Here, it is like. Shadowing you know. How much of a How hard would it be to every time? You screwed something up to go out and get a bull or calf, animal or dove. That were like just think of how awesome Jesus is and what he did for us, and you know it makes Scott is accessible. He was not accessible as accessible. In this time he was president. He was there, but it wasn't accessible. And Good Jesus. Jesus is alive and and he's accessible. and Made God accessible, so that's pretty cool we did. We had a conversation about body image stuff, and then and that was something. We talked about in mindset this week, and it's this this. We can boil this all the way down and create a really cool mindset tool The the thinking about yourself too much in which looked like people is intercultural. Idle idle, yeah, I step out of that. I thought I thought. Is You know holy smokes? I'M WORRIED IN OUR BRIAN OUR MIND, start to trail off and all that we get lost in that idol that the way out stop captured that thought. And, have some gratitude. Contra blessings figure out what you're. What we grateful for remember exactly what he just said, and then the next move. What do you do after that? Do something for somebody else. Stop make it not about you. It's captured the thought. Have some gratitude remember, get connected to relationship and then do something. And that's walk yourself out of that Rut. Self in EGO will destroy us. You know it'll be something that will end up spending so much time in that will never be everything we were designed to be an for sure gets you out of that relationship piece in a hurry. Something very simple, and you can apply that to cross-fitters, athletics or your. Johnny Dean or any spatial WANNA be. Shoot Man. That's a big frigging deal. I think I've I mean?.
"samuel" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday
"Samuel mid-east underwater GALUMPH PHONE. Samuel may like your Fam- who isn't supposed that's why we're here talking about it. After all these years it's wild frankly a lot of people including myself feel it's been talked to death you know. I don't use it against me. Just said there context or anything just song man as a million songs probably be a million more? This was no different folks just seem to latch onto it tomorrow. There's no hidden meaning though. Hey man it's up to the listener there behind the wheel. We just provided the machine. I'll have the answers. People KEEP ASKING. The questions brings us full circle Released in nineteen sixty eight by the iconic American rock band the David's on their seminal album lady Magdalen and her cockeyed crew. The song. Samuel mid-east underwater Galumph was these psychedelic single of the generation incorporating fantastical aquatic imagery which features a vibrant ecosystem of musical plants and magical ace. The song soon became associated with having strong psychedelic. Undertow claims that Song Writer. David Tanner and the other members of the band. David Morris David Jones and Drummer David. Son denied for over thirty years in Nineteen eighty-nine. Tanner made his case once again. Honestly I don't know what I can tell you that you don't already know people are going to see what they're gonNA see here. What they're gonNA hear of us. Thought it would do what it did be would became. Obviously we were just getting high and run down much crazy shit. I mean think about how can you galumph on the water? A lot of noise evolved in the GALUMPH. Nonsensical look man. You find anything in anything if you look at enough pope and you pancakes dryer lint in the shape rb legend Eddie Masters. Everything's up for interpretation man. Don't you know that the drug thing that you ask about never mind the same thing man? Someone's GonNa tell you that because something is that it was that you meant it that way. And we've been getting that for years from everyone including their mother especially the mothers man but it makes sense Samuel Meeting people would assume we into back then where we were exposing ourselves to fans would come to me with a wink and a nudge like they knew something like they were in on it. We didn't know what the hell they were talking about. Budgets man and we were completely taken aback when we learned what it was were talking about. Journalists aren't asking questions you can talk to anyone without a coming out interviews newspapers. They're the ones that blew this thing. Public Overseas they call the song they call it. Destructive and menace to society a menace man an innocent song by little fellas cosmic voyage beneath the waves. Yeah it's been banned like hundred countries and not all the prudish ones but hey it's fair like I said we were. We were the seaman. All came from US sending out mine alternate messages through the air but not on purpose. The crossover shifting patterns and Milton senses even colors and taste and touch you counterculture. We were counter to the counter culture. Man The other just phoned in with bright colors and tracers we turn things and soup and subconscious soup. I mean that literally freaked out swimming in a bowl lobster bisque. Take a rubber band cannon with you charter cruise across a sea of corn chowder. Only find your fairy in the bay stand on the bow. Making a commotion but a Massive Potato Straight ahead. We're just playing music and being ourselves on Dream we even with Lucy. But it's not a drug. It's not yeah we were Rio. Group of Fried FRITTERS SPUN OUT ON. Doctor Hypno- is that was the asset of the day dose up and break into elementary school and buzz out on the finger painting professor polly's Peach preserves in the reading ped- Miss Kimberley's classroom or reservoir view. Elementary David me. We were We read a lot of Myron mini palms at the time where we got midi listen. It's not an acid song. Never was writing about a trip. You take that up with him. That's got nothing to do with US. The whole thing was unintentional. We're just singing about far out. Vicious man welcome droplets with sugar. Cubes you understand at all this. Just listen to the lyrics. Samuel Midi was a sailor man. Sent Cintas sparkling when the call began slowing down. Below was a gas midi met that seahorse brass stomping percussion plumes red and blue his senses see so jello ruined through aluminum foil. Anatomy and paper. Mcshea ray with the goldfish in sequence. The band begin to play road trip and on Coral Way. No acid fantasy man. Spacey Melodic Wool Gathering Sales Escapism sailor. Name Samuel that's all. It's not a trip. It's not a a blotter of crazy count in the devilish deaths. There is in the guys working stuff out pretty clear to me. Timothy Turtle drove the bus. What a fuss when they presented a call to sail. Midi and asked him. Why don't you play lead in our musical run water committee just a good time to the man no drugs except for the ones we ron when we wrote it. But that's it man. It's a straight song. I can't control what people think they here. Frankly I'm surprised it's just it's not about that at all and the overdubbed jumps in time things down. I just under water acoustics man. It's like an echo duck danny biologists. They'll tell you the same thing. Chicago for my sexy Counter Melody on the circuit organ wasn't as they like to say. The group expressing the physical side of the track the backside of painting. It's just a pretty song with an interesting composition. But I guess what they were getting that was and still are did the hallucinogenic effects perhaps influence our writing. Not a drug saw like a chicken and egg thing speaking of you. You didn't notice an egg slowly. Cracking walk through a big one is just having fun with you. Man Lose him out. I haven't dropped since since David died. Plus I got my mail order stakes. Business now tanner stakes. I'll give you and I don't need to do this I I enjoy it. A lot of the proceeds go to a foundation in David's name logo even has a doodle by Albert Hannaford. The majority of people are unaware of the toxicity of platinum platinum albums. But that'd be lesson kids. Keep it behind glass. I think it's fair to say my Psychedelic baiser over. Look Man I don't know how many times you want me to say. There's no hidden meaning no hidden messages..
"samuel" Discussed on Revision Path
"Samuel was a media producer on the Bernie Sanders campaign. So you'll hear a talk a lot about that through this interview. Even though of course Bernie is no longer in the presidential race. All right. Let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do. Hey My name is Samuel. Mola I am a multi media professional currently working as a media producer for the Bernie Sanders Twenty Twenty presidential campaign. What is a regular daylight for you on the campaign and I'm asking this considering for people that are listening. We're recording this on April second. We are in the midst of this corona virus outbreak. As much as that has impacted nearly every industry and every sector. I'm just curious like what's it like working on the campaign right now well let me start by aswering what it was like before the unfortunate pandemic and yesterday made it a year since I've been in a campaign and this is my first time working on the presidential campaign and every day is different. And what we're trying to do in the campaign and what we're able to accomplish somewhat was do everything internally in terms of our Production like all of our design is in House Sullivan. Add steady do a video and all of our social media videos. What was done in house? So it's a constant churning of production and this means that we have to put on multiple hats we have to be producers. We have to be editors we have to be filmmakers as well so everyday kind of brought something different so sometimes. It'll Kinda give you newsroom vibe where you are. We meet regularly and try to determine what idea is. Do we have for today or this week? Based on certain policies that have been released or certain things are a new cycle. WanNa meet regularly to determine what that is and sometimes these ideas are short term like quick turnarounds. They knew cycles. And other times they are long form projects. Like if you want to go to a certain community and like for example I was had the privilege of going to North Carolina Darnell Carolina to McDougal Terrace. Which is a public housing facility? That was unfortunately been neglected. And as a result Tenants there have been living in in humane conditions so finding stories like that. We're having those stories. Come our way where we will have to fly out to certain locations and do some location scouting's and set up interviews and things like that so it really depends but I would. It'll be most likely kind of like a newsroom setting where we're just meeting together and trying to figure out west best idea to put out there and I'm part of the digital team and we would dis- is comprised of film editors graphic designers to social media team as well so we will just come together like kind of discuss different ideas now and in the face of this this pandemic we have had to pivot like most people in America and the world right now got to pivot to a full remote operations and we've tried to and what we've done and shout up to our team. We have kind of pivoted to focus in a livestream and doing content that way but however we have regular meetings line and we are coming together kind of keep that vibe to brainstorm ideas of how we can do it in the midst of this pandemic one idea I wanted. I pitched in middle of producing is how does this pandemic exacerbate disparities that exist in black communities and low income communities so I was able to reach out to some doctors who serve low income and black communities and do a skype or zoom. Call and have it recorded and conduct interviews that way. So I think you know this Maurice. Show you listeners to notice as well it's like creativity really comes when there's constraint and I think right now we are in a deep constraint where we are forced to kind of think outside the box in try to find ways to get messaging out there. Yeah how did you first get involved with the campaign? You've been there now for a year. That's a long time in a political campaign. I don't know if people that are listening really realize that but given the intensity and the frequency of work that you have to do a year as a longtime yeah year is a long time and how I did get involved in in. The campaign was prior to being joining the campaign. I was working as a multimedia specialist for our revolution which is a nonprofit that came out of the Bernie Sanders two thousand sixteen campaign. I wasn't involved in a two thousand sixteen campaign. I wasn't honestly I wasn't really. I wouldn't call myself a very politically active person. But I think that opportunity came at a time I was freelancing prior to that and it came at a time where I was kind of to for lack of better words fed up with the working on projects and doing things that I didn't really care for. I call myself an idealist. I believe in in a better world and I wanted to work in working back past. Use My creativity for good and this opportunity came as sherlock sought online and applied in. I was like enough to to be joined. Yeah I was there for three years. Initially started as the lead designer of there and we weren't doing any type of video production and anybody will tell you the landscape of social media you kind of want to be producing videos whether it be short term long term and Saudi as an opportunity to kind of pitch that idea of Hey. We should do videos. I have a little bit of a background in it. I minored in in film in my Undergrad at university so I was comfortable doing it and also did a little bit of work while freelancing. That's well so I pitched it put up a budget of what it will cost to get all the gear and shout out to Senator Nina Turner. Who's also a part of the burning campaign? But when she came into beat the president of revolution she sat all the staff down one one and one of the things that we talked about in my one on one with her was that is my desire to kind of rebrand the campaign and she gave me that opportunity and I was able to do that as lead designer. This was before I switched roles but I just wanted to kind of thought out there as as that being experienced that really allowed me to kind of like flex my muscles a bit in a creative capacity actually take on the task of rebranding and Organiz ation since our revolution was so closely tied to Senator Sanders. It was kind of a no brainer. That people who are involved in our revolution take on the opportunity to join a campaign so is just like an easy transition and Senator know who is the president of our revolution joined campaign and we were given the opportunity to join the campaign as well. And that's how it it happened. Luck being at the right place at the right time in you know rising to the occasion and stepping up to those opportunities. Sounds like it's a little more than luck. Though I mean you put in the work to yeah I don't WanNa like I WANNA maintain humidity here but I definitely worked hard being in a revolution which was a new organization and kind of we were always trying to as the the term goes always trying to build a plane while flying. And I'm very proud of the work. We're able to do there in a lot of people who are part of our Lucien on campaign currently and we're still you know doing great work and it's it's Kinda like we graduated college together and we all started to same job together because it was such an experienced that how can I say this that constituted growth and being an campaign allowed us to grow even further and our respective areas. I can speak for myself that you know joining the campaign as immediate producing producing some of these Social media videos and being a part of creating some ads did some voice over work for one ads. But just being a part of the process and kind of see how things I've been made in my ear Definitely allow me to to grow in my creative capacity. I mean it sounds like you have the opportunity to involve yourself in a lot of different projects within the campaign like you just said. There's a low film. There's some voice over you know you're doing design work and for those who don't like I mean I've mentioned this on the show before I used to work in the campaign. Not a presidential campaign. I want to be clear about that. It was a mayoral campaign so I at least understand to a degree the level of intensity that has to go into it of course running for mayor in running for president are two entirely different things in terms of scope and scale and everything but I noticed like like being in the campaign office late hours. Everyone's working together. It's such A. It becomes a very tight knit group of people. And you've all went through this experience together like it's interesting like even from past administrations how you hear like say the Obama Administration you hear about people that are working together or they've partnered up with someone else who worked with the campaign or something like that going through that kind of crucible of experience is it does spark growth. Because there's just so much that's it's a really like a microcosm almost of what it's like to work for a business or to run a business. You know many different things you have to do absolutely I would say that it does kind of feel like a startup. I do want to backtrack. I didn't do. I haven't done much design. Where if at all During the campaign my task was mainly Video production so. That's where my lane was. But you know some of the designers who came from our revolution. Our designers in the campaign and I was unable to light collaborate with them and at with certain pieces. And see what they're working on and put our heads together for creating dough content. But yeah you're absolutely right. It is a microcosm so to speak. You don't know how much you've grown into you. Sit and look back and you know with my one year being. I'm like wow. I don't think I would have created this many videos or push myself. This far like Some things that was a little apprehensive about doing initially April twenty nineteen no fares and doing that right now so definitely appreciative of this experience. How grueling it is I mean I have no reference. I mean you worked in a gubernatorial campaign and I had no prior campaign experience. So it's funny because a colleague who was a revolution who didn't want to join the campaign? She had her experiences campaign. Just like my experiences enough I think about as you either will only do it once or it's the only thing you will ever do. Oh yeah and I haven't so I said let me Let me see what this what this is about in? At least I believe in again. I like I mentioned before I'm an idealist and I believe in a better world and Dad's part of why I support Senator Sanders and have been a part of kind of his his network of policy and social change because in him. What initially Jimmy Talk It. Because I've never seen someone run for president. Who is a documented activists for for the civil rights movement and referring to the picture of him getting arrested for protesting housing segregation and Chicago? A picture but he's running for president and knowing that he wasn't aware that picture even existed. And you know what they say that. Show me who you are when nobody's looking that's your true self. That's why I've taken a like into him so much initially and just kind of grown to believing in equitable world for everybody. You know. That's why I'm here. That's by when continue to fight. When I work with campaigns it was so funny you mentioned that about the point of Reference. There was no reference when. I did it either because I was working on the first set of municipal races after Obama got elected for his first term so Obama's first term. You know that team had so much around design and social media and getting the word that was really unprecedented for not even not even just the political campaign for president but like any type of campaign like that so those first sets of municipal races afterwards. I will tell you every politician that I spoke with wanted to copy that Obama playbook they were like how do we get votes to social media? How can we do what Obama did? I'm trying to get some of that Obama Magic. It's like hire someone from Obama's team but like it was a lot of trial and error at the time when I was working in a campaign. I mean I had my own Studio. I I just started actually my own studio in late. Two thousand eight after Obama got elected and the first big client. I had was the political campaign that I worked on as so it was a lot to. Kinda come up to speed with what they were trying to do. And like the message. They were trying to get out and I mean it was a totally not that I think about it. That was over ten years ago. It was a totally different landscape. Like we had a my space page. That's back we. We had a customized plays Page Bay. We had a flicker page a meet up page like I think twitter twitter. We had facebook. We have linked in like you know like a most of the big social media places that are that are out now was there but like we we legit Hatami space page like it seems like ages ago but that was like over ten years ago and I'm curious because technology has continued to change since then I would say most notably how much more people are using smartphones like. There's a lot of push towards mobile a lot. More things going on mobile. I'm curious you know from your standpoint. How do you plan for Mobile? Giving like more.
"samuel" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Borders for yourself making life a little bit more. I mean right. I'm Italian American too. So it's always the sweetness of doing nothing. So I am a big believer in that and I think we over schedule and over book ourselves so if now it's there's no better time than now to do that so I'm a big fan of just being gentle being kind to yourself and finding sort of your happy groove. I mean I think that's the Nice. That's the cool thing right with all of this is we can find these new. Say New normal because the word normal now being thrown around. And there's never going to be a normal after this morning. A new a new normal a new a new side of you. That maybe you haven't grant or because you had to get up and go to work at a certain time more you had to go out the door and do X Y and Z. Or you had to go to the gym or you had to do this. And now trying to find those different places where you can be gentle with yourself in kind to yourself. Yeah it's a big adjustment. Gabay very big. I think we'll be worthwhile. I really do. I see it for myself. At least I think it will be very worthwhile of like the things that we should take moving forward out of this And those that we can leave in the past one hundred percent and if they're another habit before I to he question super easy but honestly for me and I don't know about you or anybody else but Vena former dancer loving music and for me. My like outlet used to be even jogging on the treadmill doing the elliptical with headphones and listening to good music or even taking Zuma class but is it does not have to be a structured workout. It doesn't have to be anything on the computer but putting on music on a speaker in your headphones like I'm watching my husband right now. He has his headphones listening to good music. But listen to good music and just dance around. Move your body. Just I mean movement. In general we know is a great habit. A great thing for buying absolve skin everything but Put that music on while you're cooking dinner dance around have fun. Just have your own dance party. Honestly have your own damn dance party because it's so good. It's so good for your body. It's so good for your mind and I just think that I can't imagine people and I'm sure some people are in there blasting their music in their indoors but it seems like things are quieter at least around here in Seattle quiet. I don't hear music in the building. I don't hear music outside. All here is the news which is not great so good uplifting music dancing around and just like work at help. I've got a business idea. Iffy house policy the APP. Yes went don't party with Jordan. Samuel would be in that party and also I've done view these interviews now and what's really struck. Me Is how people are saying that the skin care routine is always a good habit but is something that they then looking at it in the same way as they were so what used to be. Maybe perhaps quite functional all I want to do that. I want to use this to get this result. It's now definitely becoming more of a pampering experience and I wondered whether you've changed that as well well for me being in the skin-care World I've always made it a superpower inexperience. Also because it's whether I'm trying a new product out from our lab or my lying or from another line or from friends line or something like that. I've always really used it as I'm also a big believer in facial massage so I do take time in my routine anyway But yeah that routine is happening like clockwork morning tonight. Because that's reminding like Goto but I'm happy. I'm happy to see the people. Yeah are are sort of also seeing the point in everything they're Using I think by having to be more pampering having it slowdown a bit having More self care they can look at each product and see its function instead of sort of like. You said I mean yes functional. But sometimes it's just use X Y and Z. Because you've been told to use X Y and or because you but now to really look at what each thing is doing what it's bringing and And if it's serving a purpose for you do it now all you because again having spoken to a few people for this already having a little bit of time having potentially more time than before at people's creative juices going and I wondered if that's can tell by your face that obviously happening to you is going to be like a whole new franchise will hundreds of additions to the range. So there is a yeah. I have a lot of ideas There are some that are being worked on and finished and completed. Some dads needs some more Well and the other thing too is it's also been the reverse for me. There's been things that now for me have been under the microscope. Maybe a product that was going to bring out a few months and I realized no. It's not as good as I thought it was. But I've always been a big fan of I get my most creative ideas on a airplane. My phone acknowledge. I'm focused like I'm just sitting there. There's nothing to do. I mean either sleeping or probably reading or but I can get in the zone. Where like I'm not going to go up and walk around the block. I'M NOT GONNA go into sort of take my attention away And sort of felt now. Because if I don't want to have the bad news on just turn off the TV and so there really isn't anything to take attention away. So I can focus on the creative side and yet no it's been and also what I want to see in the line going forward like I really want to also get. I think sometimes it's easy to get caught up in but just you know start creating product in I. I see this four something but I really WanNa get back to the meaning of the brand which has always been there in the first place but just take everything. Put it under a microscope. If it's serving a purpose for the brand or for somebody out there then great if not than just as a and I think that's going to be a big component of the brain going forward. I love these habits. So we've got meditation and you've given a really brilliant. We saw there and listeners. I will put the link to open Deepak. You like Oprah you your friends who Carolina. Everything makes sense gentle with yourself training your mind muscle moving physically these old really good things. It's just helpful to remember to incorporate into a day and they don't take a huge amount of time super simple super easy right. That whole thing that I gave could be ten minutes. Not even. Yeah exactly well. That's so kind of you. I really appreciate you coming on the show. Always see links to your skin care what you can get everything of social media will be in the show notes and when we can see each other in the flesh you and I are. GonNa sit down and we're GONNA do a proper Lanc no-holds-barred podcast all about your career. Your line everything account. Wait we were going to do it hopefully on your last trip there just wasn't time but I can't wait. I'M GONNA get you boy. Okay thank you so much for joining me. I'll see you very soon. Thank you.
"samuel" Discussed on AlgaTalk
"He there I'll talkers. Well it's been a tough few weeks but an interesting one for microbiology. Who knew that microbiology could be so popular? But thanks to corona virus or Cova nineteen. We are starting to see that. People are interested in our micro worlds in microbiology and micro algae and it's allowing people to be able to see that there's whole other side of the whole world under the microscope and hopefully this will be a time that people understand that There's more to nature than meets the eye and just as a reminder then not that I think I have to if you're listening to this podcast but We have found out. It seems that zinc is supposed to be able to help or help your immune system. So don't forget to your algae micro macro seaweeds kelps. Any kind of algae. You can get your hands on. I'm I'm certainly doing that on this episode. We're going to discuss design with Samuel Eye. Lift Samuel is a train designer was now in residence at the Royal Academy of art in London exhibiting the algae platform which is brought to you by Italian Luma. This exhibit is to try to show how algae can be a part of our lives and showing different designs and projects that are being worked on around the world for this algae platform. I don't want to give everything away because it's very interesting designs and projects that algae platform is working on so without further ado. Here's Samuel eyeless on the algae.
"samuel" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"I feel like a lot of people who like common on personal Mac and stuff like that. This is we're talking about people with ads all and that's what this is where reader really come. Oh yes and I think we all kind of responsible for that impression to some degree because like we deliberately do take quite a casual tone and we're like oh. Let's hear about this person's dog and stuff like that. Yeah and that's why I feel like having an episodes largely neutral to positive about someone and then taking five minutes to obviously they shouldn't have had sex with a teenager is not good enough. Yeah there is a thing. I guess more in Queens history. Where a lot of people seeking out. Quick History is seeking he. Is someone like me in history shows that I can have a good life for them that I can do. These things and people decree history inquiry historians as doing that work of finding good role models for quiz show. Happy People can like. It's another thing that I think. Sort of historical institutions protest against the beer. But I think it's fine to take quick history more personally than lack economic history. Yeah Yeah you're just GonNa have to accept that that's what is that many aspects many types of social history. That's true. I think a lot of people will say women's history would be the same thing various ring so racial histories will be the same thing. Yeah yeah but it doesn't mean that we can. I think it would be remiss of US too talk about people that we found shoe. Yeah having said that like obviously there is a line. Yeah constantly deciding one that is. There's a point at which productive use of time. Yeah I think that's the thing but there's no way for us to kind of lay down a hotter principal now being like we will talk about people if I've had minimum minimum. Yeah there's no way for us to like mass way established. That just sounds like such nonsense when we put it out like that. There's no way for us to like make a rule about that. Yeah but yeah. Let's move on from that. Let's talk about tattooing so in nineteen forty eight got his first tattoo which was a little anchor shoulder because Sam has giant navy fetish like a lot of people. Once he had one he needed more. You the bug to the extent that he just kind of caved and tattooed himself a few times. Sandwiches vary like ready to go. Yeah all times one time tattooed himself. He put a series of little notches on his hand and four indicating five six seven eight inches. Get fact checked when mentality. How big the penises often somebody actually gamblers being like. I have on my arm. Evren tells me they've got ten inches led say. What is wrong with you know? He learned that the Saturday between paydays found lions of sailors waiting to get tattooed and image seized. Stam deeply stuck with him to actually because of his sale fetish somewhat. Yes somewhat yes so just kind of the image of sale is waiting in line has been really powerful aerobic fixation for him for quite a while so he starts to research more about tattooing. He enrolls in a correspondence course. I don't think it led tattoos without tattoos. That concerned me anyway. So he like he also found the. This wasn't something that you could and he learnt impasse in from almond diesel. Who was like one of the old Tattoo Masters around at that time? And then in nineteen fifty four. He started to tattoo out an amusement arcade in downtown Chicago under the pseudonym fills power back. Feel as back so you've been dreaming of this for a while. He wrote to a friend. In December of netted fifty three that history was to quote. Hymie to a seaport town rent a shack hang out a shingle and spend my golden twilight years putting lovely designs on strong young Brown arms and shoulders and ties in box. Felli requests were rises. Are just exactly what you think. He's this point he does tattooing. More than one. Pena's I actually agree. Yeah sounds very papal does so. He discovered that he was quite good at running shop. He had a knack for dealing with the various literally rough personalities that came into get twos so like this time. There's lots of sailors and things like that but there's also just a lot of criminals. He also found was able to successfully proposition people tattooed like with surprising frequency and he really sort of intimately connected to people. Hey Tattoos because it is like quite an intimate the yeah yeah. Later in life is his sex. Stra- started to wane a bit. He would find like just having the intimacy of tattooing limb and told him to the mall. I was doing that. And that's what I'm saying like enough not to like climax buying. Yeah Yeah experience in myself. So he was a teacher for twenty years and then some combination of all of the reasons why he might get fired Colson vise and he started tattooing full-time and despite the fact that as we talked about he didn't really like teaching that much she had to take vitamins to get through it. At the end he felt deeply mixed about losing it impolitic. Ju told the classes misuse that we raised earlier. He was terrified about whether he could make a living as a tattoo artist fulltime but also he really felt the loss of face that losing his teaching job wants to him. It was a really important part of his identity to be a writer at an academic and for more than twenty years. He sort of had that as a stable part of his life and so to be quote unquote like just a tattoo on time where this really stigmatized maiden doubt his self worth quite a bit. Yeah Yeah Yeah and especially. I guess like. He didn't leave by choice. It's not like he was like. Oh I'm bored of this. I'm going to go and try. Try Be attachable out his full-time or something. He was like rejected from it. Yeah Kinsey was very supportive of this new stage of SAM's life. He said that he valued Sam's input as much as tattooist as he had as an academic and also suggested that he start trying to see what he could uncover about the motivations who people getting tattoos of the people that get into beautiful how tattoos none of them could have a ton why they'd call the tattoos and so sam started to kind of like think about that and he made a thousand page. Tattoo Journal six years with observations and statistics from just informally chatting with these people. Just sorry Tara hold are all the time. Yeah so I think that's really important as well. So Kinsey gives him some kind of like intellectual service in nine hundred sixty eight thirty. He closed his tattoo. Pala because Illinois had recently outlawed tattooing anyone under twenty one and a lot of his clients wanted twenty one so he moves to San Francisco and he sets up a Tattoo Shop Front in Oakland which is near the naval bases and is also. Luckily Nia are the headquarters of the Hell's Angels Motorcycle Gang. Oh Okay so obviously they are quite tattooed. Gentlemen yes yup one of those things and the shopping journal is in like quest a heavy crime area. There's little police brutality of gang activity and so it's just a pretty rough tense area. He's in but yeah makes a living now in nineteen sixty six don. Ed Hardy walks into the tattoo time. He's a young makeup. He'd still spiro through his correspondence course and tattooing which contributed to how it was just the thing that people did Sands Tattoo. Apollo was a big influence on audio. It's quite different than most Allah tattooed politics which I think you just Kinda like filthy messes frankly so. He has designs hung up in different styles on the walls. Eight plays classical music. He'll say doesn't Tattoo often a back room? He Tattoos in so Sam. Shows Ed's a recent book that was published on Japanese tattooing He talks highly of Japanese. Tattooing people tend to Mental described the Tattoo Movement. That was ought in and of itself that existed at the time was flawed these tatters. He'd never seen anything like it and he knew that this was the kind of art he wanted to shoe and he asks. Sam To teach them how to and SAM discourages it. He'd used to a diet that has no option to break into the mainstream and well how long term viability for career. Sorry not how that has been wrong. Guest Room guests. Yeah but he didn't give him pointers and like basic skills and techniques and so forth at did his first two on his leg in sixty seven his tattoos that he tattooed to be clear. Here at Kaplan yes yeah and sorry his apprenticeship with Sam wasn't particularly long or formal. But it still him with wealth techniques and he went on. I became Ed hardy throughout nineteen sixty six nine hundred sixty seven Sam was visited by various hells angels including the leader. Ralph Sonny Barger. Justifiably terrified of them. They're all extremely violent and often. Egged on by using PCP and other drugs but they became the mainstay of his business and he caught a stencil became friends with them. I also like like they talked about him as a friend. Belykh are yeah. Yeah he was put off what he realized that a lot of the tattoos he would doing with testaments to their participation in various acts of violence or rights are from sixty seven to seventy one became their official tattoo artist and they were very particular about the accuracy of various like emblems and symbols. They had so they wanted like a good guy. Sir Sam was it. He lists some common designs that these gangs would be tattooed with in his memoirs but he doesn't divulge a lot of because their secrets probably would have been killed near those things and he recalls having like a lot of very tense encounters with them once he was cold in the middle of the night and Sunday told him he had to come to the to Pala and he was like I made but okay like nor his out and he's being asked to blackout a gang tattoo. Guy Has who is not a member of the gang. Took that guy off somewhere and like presumably voted. Yeah that sort of thing goes on and that coupled with the fact that it's just like quite a violent area yes eventually. That sounds like all right. That's enough was retired. Who being a tourist. So once he's retired he comes to writing and publishes the Phil Andrews Books As. We've discussed that eventually. He stopped writing as well. Sort of feels like he's said what against to say. Don't interested in China more out. I like the way he's just paying like I feel like I've written enough Guy Erotica. I'm satisfied no. That's not how I imagined imagined writing Erotica going once he stopped so he's retired and he doesn't really have any immediate. Social Circle becomes increasingly socially isolated dependent on drugs his health lessons and on December thirty first nineteen ninety-three he dies of heart failure due to chronic pulmonary emphysema. After he died he's house is left crammed full of all of these papers and things. Fulton gay sex things yup all kinds of journals and letters and records and that Sam is he near the end of his life was unsure he would be interested in his papers when he died so he just kept them in his house. The man who had been aside his executor had passed away from AIDS when he died and local archives of libraries that we're interested in gay related collections were experiencing a huge flood of donations. Hosing many people will pass away from the crisis and so there was no. Fa His papers to his executive ended up being a man called Michael Williams who luckily was a trained librarian strong interesting Guy Culture and he took sabbatical from his job and spent seven months before clearing. Out Sam's papers from his Mongo well so they didn't really have any financial about you. And he was essentially do whatever he wanted with them and so he took these eighty boxes of material and put them in his attic..
"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 5 Minutes in Church History
"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past asked traveled back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. This is our story family history. Let's get started. Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history on this episode. I'm on location in Virginia and we're here to talk about the missionary or possible to Virginia's he was known Samuel Davies. Samuel Davies was born on November the third seventeen twenty three three as a young man. He was educated at Blair's log college. This is Samuel Blair. This is in Chester County Pennsylvania Blair's log college. It was modeled after the original log college of the tenants over in the shamanic Pennsylvania that of course became Princeton University but this is Blair's log college. When he was finished with his education he was ordained as a minister in seventeen forty seven at the age of twenty four and the presbytery sent him to Hanover County Virginia George Whitfield had gone through Hanover county in seventeen forty five and so are they sent along Samuel Davies to help some of those seeds that had been sown grow. The ten years that Samuel Davies was there from seventeen seventeen forty-seven through the end of seventeen fifty seven those years are known as the years of the Hanover revivals was during that time that Davies I started seven churches and he pastored those seven churches he taught many not only of the whites here in Virginia but also African Americans some slaves freed African Americans he taught Indians he wanted to establish a college log college like he had been trained at but he just wasn't able to all of those seven churches so we had a college on wheels he would carry along in his wagon books and he would just give out books to various students young men who showed promise in the church to be trained as he would go from church to church well in seventeen. I'm fifty three for two years. He took a hiatus from his ministry here in Virginia and joined Gilbert tenant to go to England on a fundraising tour for for the College of New Jersey which would come to be called Princeton. It was a very successful fundraising tour and they were able to raise enough money to build Nassau Hall aw there on the campus of Princeton and when it was built it was the largest building an all of the American colonies and Samuel Davies helped raise the money seventeen fifty nine year before the death of Jonathan Edwards as president of Princeton the trustees of Princeton invite Samuel Davies to come and be the president. He arrives sometime in the fall of seventeen fifty nine. He serves there for about eighteen months and he dies in seventeen eighteen sixty one of consumption as we look at Samuel Davies Life. We can see five things that marked his life. I was his oratory. Sorry he was quite a speaker. Patrick Henry would come in here. Samuel Davies preaches often as he could because he was just so impressed by his rhetorical skill skill and how he could just hold an audience and how he could be so persuasive with the spoken word. Secondly is religious liberty. This was an Anglican colony. He was a dissenter he was illegal here in Virginia and he constantly had to petition for his presence in for or these churches that he had planted to be established he would argue in the capital at Williamsburg based on the sixteen eighty nine act of tolerate that there should be religious freedom here in the colonies. Thomas Jefferson used his arguments to later argue for religious liberty. He was committed education should not only training students here as he pastored these churches but also as president of Princeton. He was a poet he wrote many poems. He wrote a hymn who who is a pardoning. God like the or who has grace so rich and free and finally he was a preacher he preached for the conversion and the salvation of men well that is Samuel Davies the apostle to Virginia born on November third seventeen twenty three died died on February four seventeen sixty one and I'm Steve Nichols. Thanks for listening to five minutes churches for more ordination or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in Church history dot com.
"samuel" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Okay. Here he is Samuel L Jackson. Okay. I'm looking at the bar right now. Okay. That voice you hear right now. It is the legend Samuel Jackson were here. He's got his new movie out shafts June fourteenth. Go watch it. I wanna start with shaft and the coolest characters you've ever played is he up there. Like top three coolest, bats, motherfuckers. You ever played out say? So, yeah. I mean it's an honor to be able to put trae you know, a figure that. So I kinda that meant so much, I guess, when I was younger, you know, seeing seeing Richard Roundtree as shaft was something that you aspire to you. I want to be that cool. I'm going to have that many chicks. I wanna have that many lever coat. Right. Right. So if it's not who are like the top three cool. Yeah. Jewel's Nick fury Shah. What about morpheus here? Great as morpheus. I've seen more of his I love you is more crip. You had those taxes. I mean, how often does that happen? Depends on whether people are trying to be funny or whether they're trying to piss me off. I I think. think they're actually been kept brings up a good point, so cool and bad is there difference between being cool and bad, cool and bad s. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Very much. So, so shafts bad motherfucker. Right. Chef is a bad mushroom. Chef is bad, Nick, fury's. A bad motherfucker. Yeah. Yes, it's very different. Gills is. Joel's is cool. That month ago on his wallet. But he's essentially very cool. He's, he's, he's lethal and dangerous as all hell, you know, kinda like ordeal is a badmouth bucket. He's not cool 'cause he kinda corny Justice kinda wack his Harry, you know, all the way you describe, you know, but he will fuck you up a nice guy to hang out with but don't cross him. Gotcha. So I'm curious. You always I love how you talk about characters you played, like almost friends, and like they're still alive because I was, you know, you've been in one hundred and fifty plus movies, you played every single character, but you talk about them like, they're they like exist forever. And I feel like I've never seen an actor kind of do that. I know I was reading about your favorite characters played. And you were like talking like Django unchained..
"samuel" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Samuel peeps, quote,.