35 Burst results for "Saul"
The Democrats Are the Media, the Media Are the Democrats
"In effect the Democrat party is the media and the media is the Democrat party And they all embrace this radical American Marxist ideology Many of them are from a younger generation radicals in the past They've worked for Democrats so they work for causes but they've gone through the propaganda male that has defined our colleges and universities now They're being taught to promote this kind of Marxist activism Don't go for impartial Don't go for objective No no no that's not the profession anymore And they of course they embrace as American marxists Saul linsky who I've talked to you about for 20 years on the radio And Claude and piven and the others
How Derrick Bell Coined 'Critical Race Theory'
"The baton was picked up by a guy by the name of Derek bell He was a Professor of law at Harvard And he started to develop critical theory as a race issue Critical race theory He always felt that he was looked down upon that he didn't succeed in academia although he was relatively successful but that is scholarship was not embraced in fact he was viewed as a real whack job by many including Thomas Saul With this fringe ideology he was developing or expanding on critical race theory Taking this notion of law existing for those who dominate the power to the argument that the society exists for the dominant race White people And so again he was a Marxist Markus was a Marxist Most of the professors promoting this are marxists And this is in the 1970s so he's promoting critical race theory particularly in law schools As a Marxist approach an Americanized Americanized Marxist approach To seize on the past imperfections of society or anybody's imperfections Anybody's resentment jealousies anger And create a theory around it The theory being critical race
Derrick Bell Pushed for Marxist Model in America, Created Critical Race Theory
"And so what happened was they said well this isn't working We're not going to be able to overthrow the American system this way So there were splinter theories And one of them came out of Harvard Law School that I've been in a med Derrick bell who was an average or worse law professor In the 1970s And he felt that we should basically apply this Marxist model to race In many of his contemporaries thought he was unhinged Thought that he was a fringe 80 lock Thomas Saul used it announced him is really kind of a dumb guy who didn't make a whole lot of sense But dumb or not doesn't matter Over time he taught enough people and another professors joined in as they became more and more radicalized And this is something that has now permeated throughout colleges and universities starting in law schools In starting in the Ivy League schools And it's called critical race
"saul" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult
"Know who will also demand that you give them their money. is it the matthew the mafia well both both are probably true. Yeah we did it. I specifically meant the products and services that support this show. Oh no usually they will give you something for the money. But i cannot personally guarantee that In enjoy these.
"saul" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult
"Goes good. I like that. This aggression was encouraged by both newton and harvey according to the. Yeah they were like this is great. Keep going his. Yeah get that. Collect theater collective. There's nothing dork. Year than theater nerds arguing over theater spaces stage. We can do improv better than you us. According to the sullivan. Paul sprecher foot. All the members were invited to come down and occupy the theater. The cops came in in the middle of the night and we had barricaded the doors. It was very exciting saul wanted to teach people how to stand up to the cops. He liked that kind of confrontation and quote. Which i mean. Fuck cops i guess you know like but this is an extreme where i think the cops might have been in the right to attack. Yeah i mean this was like This would have been like nineteen seventies new york too so yes edward great through pretty wild back then it was kind of a warriors style right. Yeah this is probably like before. There was any amount of oversight of policing exactly this disturbing nature of the sullivan. Stu would only escalate from there on march twenty eighth nineteen seventy-nine reactor at a nuclear generating station in dauphin county. Pennsylvania partially melted resulting in a radiation leak that many feared would affect the local population the three mile island accident as it was referred to afterwards is now known as the most significant nuclear power plant accident in american history garnering a five to seven rating on the international nuclear event scale. Pretty hot. it's at a seven. Seems like that could be at a five or ten you know. Yeah this was. This was a good nuclear event. Not a perfect one. Yeah it didn't kill enough people often try next don't you. I loved it. There's like a rotten tomatoes style service for nuclear disasters. Five out of seven from critics. But it's a seven seven as whereas the audience is concerned radiated tomatoes. Maybe there you. That's what it is besides causing widespread panic about the potential negative effects of nuclear power. The three mile island accident also drove the sullivans to relocate to orlando florida in a bid to avoid escape the imminent destruction of new york city. When this failed to happen they returned to the upper west side. Were those who had declined to make the move or ostracized by newton and the rest of the institutes appointed leaders. That's pretty interesting. Yeah it causes a divide between the haves and the have nots. It's like we've been to florida. We know what true freedom is you. You haven't lived until you've been orlando. It's like It's like covert when all the new yorkers moved to florida when to get three no mask. Mandates mandates yep much the same it all. It's all exactly the same. Even at the time. Florida in mandate anything. That's why the sullivans loved it. Yeah there were like a cult. Welcome in he'll fit right in with the other ones. We've got plenty of colts. We've got a spot on the by you for you. Have some oranges. The three mile island accident proved to be a turning point for the sullivan institute. It changed the dynamics among members with newton behaving more and more radically as the months passed for instance he believed that the cia cia was interfering with joanne harvey's work and so he had a room built was still played walls so that she could edit her films in peace. Well i never. I never considered that. That's actually a pretty good idea. You should think about that you know. Yeah if our creative pursuits. Don't do. Well just blame it on the government. Interfering with them at the output wasn't what we intended. I think i think with your line of work. They might already be watching. That might be. Well received their most of your listeners. Actually the shake. We'll take whatever it takes. Yeah please subscribe. And so he also began seeing enemies everywhere which led him to intimidate an abuse his followers in a misguided attempt to protect himself and this is the classic cult leader trope and they all go down this where they think. Everyone's after them and out to get them psychology guy. Why would that be. I don't know probably like a little bit of narcissism and they. They definitely think that like you know. They're like paranoid and anxious about anybody doing anything that is in them. Abc control of it. It's probably control thing to right like you know you spend so much time telling other people that you know best that eventually you start to believe it right and then you know you're you're still aware enough to understand that not. Everybody thinks that you do know best. And so i think that's very undercutting to a person with the ego that it takes to be a cult leader reid well hundred percent. You guys are good. Wow are you professional idiots. Josh charge me for the hour. No this is on the house. Allow perfect first ones freeze. How we do it for our own narcissism. Just like you say you guys are good but you're not with the cia. Are you moving. Leader amy siskind. Who had been a member of the sullivan in stew. For more than two decades recalled that quote even had this idea on how to deal with people who were against you and his idea was basically intimidation and violence in her many incidents throughout the history of the group of intimidation and quote. So how. I love this. He's like i got this great new idea joanne. I got this great idea intimidate and abused people. She's like that's an original one. I've never ever seen that before. I don't think another person's ever tried to intimidate or abuse. The people around them to get them to do what they want. Anyway i thought hitler tw- twenty years ago i learned i. I know a thing or two. Because i seen a thing or two. Yeah he's great guy. He also encourage this behavior among the sullivans to which resulted in the institutes therapist using fear tactics to manipulate their patients in order to get them to act as they wished according to test. Ko of penn state university desire to control. Who had kids. And how many and who with one account of when a member tried to leave to sullivan's track the man down to subway and dangled him over the tracks threatening to kill him if he left the movement. One of those men was newton son and quote. Wait a minute sold newton. Kids got to hang around. Yeah oh yeah. The rules don't apply to newton. Who can he makes their wives. And he gets to have old fam- he gets to have multiple families exactly and that's why isaac newton's also didn't abide by his own laws. Yeah i guess if his sons doing this i guess you could say the apple in full from the draw own ges. I'll give you that one all right. We'll start running counter on puns in the senate there. We go if you hit five. You're allowed back. We'll be no problem to add to that. Newton also acquired a fleet of school buses and motorcycles claiming that it was necessary in case of an emergency former sullivan. Dr michael bray was put in charge of this and he later recalled that quote. We'd have very planned out escape. Route that involved. Walking to george washington bridge in terms of the leadership's children it meant putting them in backpacks and then writing them out. In an who'd motorcycles which we had about six of an quote by the time the sullivan institute had managed to amass approximately twelve million dollars in property assets. Apart from the several apartment buildings in the upper west side they also owned a resort in the catskills and a house in vermont all of these refunded by members who had been voluntarily giving up the majority of their salaries for the purpose betterment of the group. Oh my god. And andy art. Do you.
"saul" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult
"Theories and paranormal phenomenon. From the death of john lennon to the men of new orleans they cover it all. Please welcome art. And andy. our you guys doing today. They josh josh. We're doing great. Thank you for having us. Thank you for having us and thank you to your listeners. For putting up with us our apologies and also our thanks. Oh no no you. You guys are great. My my listeners will love you. fred will become Bunkers what do you call your audience bunkers funk funk funk okay biscuit as book fuckers but it is bunkers. That's true all right. All right i. i appreciate that. So fred's will be thumb bunk fosters and and they will like it so yeah some some aggressive cross pollination going on conversion well guys in today's episode of let's start called. We will be talking about the story of the sullivan institute. An infamous sex cult based in new york city that existed from the late nineteen fifties to the early nineteen ninety s established by a psychotherapist who aimed to promote his mentors teaching it instead became a group that four members to give up their children in favor of sexually liberated lifestyle. The so what are your thoughts on promiscuous lifestyle with no kids. Wow i mean the bachelor life. Sounds like a dream come true. I mean every night down at the applebees hunting for strange. The apple beats. That's the life for me. Yeah that's right. Well where else would you rather be a friday night. No kids nobody to answer to nobody. But you and the bartender jeff even just little late all your problems to lay at his feet because he's here to serve you. Well that's the that is a very interesting take on on this cult but so you guys might fit right in by the sounds of it. Wow wow yeah we've never fit in anywhere that's a i. Yeah usually people tell us where to aspirin for colts. You guys are way too much. We have this too much personality. We used to know. This guy's name was charles manson. He was like i. Listen i gotta kick you guys out so it's not really working out. Your personalities are a little aggressive for me. The drugs are not working on you. And your harshened my buzz to so. Take a hike artery. Well let's hop into the early years of the leader saul newton. Not much is actually known about the early years of saul bernard cohen. Who would later go by the name. Saul newton what is known though is that he was born on june twenty-fifth nineteen o six in the city of saint john in new brunswick canada lewis canadian. We claim him. Oh vilo yeah another rotten canadian immigrant come into the united states. It's starting something weird. I him then drake than justin bieber. It doesn't ever end. I apologize after attending the university of wisconsin. He went on to study at the university of chicago. Where iran social circles that ultimately resulted in him becoming communist and antifascist these ideologies led him to serve in the spanish civil war which lasted from nineteen thirty six until nineteen thirty nine which is super weird that he was like. I can go fight in another country. Civil war does that. Does that not seem odd to you. This is already what a life story. Yeah even already. He immigrated from. Canada went to school in the united states and then fought in the spanish civil war. So taylor's all this time. What a life. He could wrap it up there and he could write so many. Yeah but wait. There's more so much more. Afterwards he was drafted into united states. Army to fight against the axis powers during world war two. The post war years saw newton studying to become a psychotherapist although he maintained a keen interest in politics and psychology around this time he married dr jane pierce a self taught marxist therapist whom he had met while working. At william allison's white institute in new york city co founded in nineteen forty. Three by the renowned psychiatrist harry stack sullivan. The william allison white institute promised to train students. In psychoanalysis and psychotherapy it was widely regarded as revolutionary since it's teaching steered clear of conservative mainstream ideas in favor ones that were newer less explored and perceived as more radical. You know radical like not lobotomize. Impede right it was about say radical far out radical like writing skateboard while deng. It's cool mom. All the other kids are doing it. Psychology is cool mom. Shortly after harry. Stack sullivan's death in january nineteen forty nine newton and pierced. Left the william allinson white institute to start their own. They called it the sullivan institute for research in psychoanalysis just quite a matt mouthful but you can see they named it after the man they mired the man who just passed away so they got they did. They did learn a lot from them but clearly not enough yet. They might have missed a couple chapters. Yeah they skipped a few classes. Newton pearson vision there institute to provide students with an unadulterated version of his namesake's teachings. But it didn't take long for this to be distorted and ruin. thanks in part to the couple's political ideologies. Kind of like how the idea of this podcast started off with great intentions but my fascist ideologies of ruined abbey and. Yeah i mean whatever. Our political ideologies are have also contributed to the decline of this episode. You guys you guys just believe in Alien pyramids right. Yes that's right that's very love. We love to see extraterrestrials arranging themselves in the shape of a pyramid and cheering for the home team. In the shape of orion's belt so b sullivan institute opened its doors in nineteen fifty seven attracting many artists and intellectuals all of whom were taught that mental illnesses and social anxiety were caused by the traditional nuclear family unit which consisted of parents and their children because of this they were prohibited from engaging exclusive committed relationships with newton and pierce encouraging everyone to have regular sex with each other. Yeah i just have sex with whoever. You want a winning me over with this philosophy. I'm through the door my nut. I have a pamphlet in hand. My hat is backwards. I'm ready to listen. I got my skateboard in the other. Yup let's.
"saul" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Members who add vanishing deductible, get a $100 off for every year of safe driving. We put members first. Because we don't have shareholders. I let Paul take this one. Absolutely, Julia Roberts. Yes, absolutely correct. Thank you. Good job. Thank you. You know that you know that. You were so confident from honestly, I don't she has a very distinct voice to me. I feel like I am not good at this game. My wife is the one who's always like, oh, that's whoever. And I'm like, oh yeah, it is. And it's the kind of thing where like I can hear the voice and I know that it's somebody that I can't, I can not connect it to a face. I think there's something wrong with my brain. No, I mean, there might be a thing with like, you know how people have faced blindness? That may also be a thing for voice sports. I'm voice blind. Yes. I have some face blindness. Yeah. That's why I enter a restaurant first so that if there's anyone we know, I can point them out. That's amazing. My therapist is like, I will diagnose you. I think it's true. I don't think you do have face blindness. 'cause oftentimes I'll go into the wrong therapy room and she has to. She's ten minutes she's like, it's real, it's real. Okay. This is the last clue of the game. It's the biggest thing that ever happened to small. At least the GLA two 50 SUV for just 3.99 a month at your local Mercedes Benz dealer. Oh wow, Jon Hamm. Jon hammer. A powerful version. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, that's a very muscly job. He's serving Mercedes energy, and I think that's what, you know, he understood the assignment, as they said. Mercedes swagger back. That's right. We'll play another game with Lucien Paul after the break and later from bitter call Saul and The Mandalorian John Carlo esposito will join us so hide your baby Yoda's. I'm a fear eisenberg and this is ask me.
Bob Odenkirk Back on 'Better Call Saul' After Heart Attack
"The star of better call Saul is back at work after a health episode is back on the job six weeks after suffering a heart attack he has tweeted out a photo of himself getting made up to play the title character in the AMC series announcing his own return in the Tweedy says he is happy to be here and living this specific life surrounded by such good people he even gave a shout out to make up artist sherry Montesano soap making him quote not only for shooting holding crickets fifty eight he had what he described later that's a small heart attack on the set of the show in Albuquerque New Mexico on July twenty seventh I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Being Empowered by the Holy Spirit
"I samuel chapter ten verse six. Then the spirit of the lord will rush upon you and you will prophesy with them and be turned into another man. Now this verse. Don't miss the picture that correlation between the spirit of god on someone and prophecy proclamation of god's word. This is a picture. We see all throughout the old testament at different points. Here it's with saul this promise the spirit lord will come upon you and the result is you will speak. You'll be turned into another person. You'll be able to speak in supernatural ways and we see this again all throughout the old testament when you see prophets. What's the prophet empowered by the of god to do. A profit is empowered by the spirit of god to proclaim the word of god with supernatural power. Now what's interesting is when you get to acts chapter two and you see the holy spirit. Come down at pentecost what happens in that scene. All these people start to speak the word of god and all these different languages and peter stands up and preaches. He quotes from joel chapter two. About how the spirit of god will come upon men and women and they shall. Prophesy it's interesting. You look in luke and acts so lucrative both the book of luke and the book of acts and every time. There's eight different times where we see the spirit of god filling someone and every time that person speaks or proclaims god's word flowing from that filling of the spirit so the picture. I want to encourage you with today for everyone who has trusted in. Jesus you have the holy spirit living in you. And i want to ask you to consider what purpose is the holy spirit living in you. Four and based on all we've seen in the old testament what we see in the new testament and specifically i would point to acts chapter one verse eight. You'll receive power when the holy spirit comes upon you and you will be jesus says my what my witnesses
The Mysteries of Detection Engineering: Revealed!
"Is a fun episode today because we are talking about the discipline of detection engineering. Which i think i can summarize and give away a joke from the show as putting a pm in your sock. What do you think about that. Anton is that a fair summary. Actually yes but. I still think that there is a lot more to this. And frankly the whole bryn engineering discipline to the detection. Space has been a lot harder than people think because we do see a lot of people who are in deductions as opposed to engineering them. No they are talented craftsman. But they're not engineers maybe their titles in the saul communes to security craftsman Because they're really good they make detections but can they scale. What about the notorious busted. What if they hit by a bus. Does your soul go kaput. Like what happens so to me. The engineering part is the elusive difficult. Part of building detections that well get improved that scale if catch attackers unit to catch. Don't waste time to me. There's a lot more engineering needed. And i don't feel like many organizations actually have engineering in their security engineering. I think that's a really reasonable point. One of the things. I've gotten feedback on in. The past is avoiding the appearance of artisanal rules. We don't wanna be in a world where it requires ten thousand hours of expertise to craft role. You need to build to churn out high quality rules that consider the user at the end of the day. Well you sell ruled for money. Sort of your product vendors but if i am in my own salk and building my own custom rules i think the logic is somewhat applicable. But it's less critical. I agree you can be successful. But then you have a lot of fragile elements because of your approach to detection. If you are a detection craftsman you may be successful but the whole thing the whole system again. Another tip from the podcast that you'd listening in a few minutes is that the whole system approaches critical. I think that's absolutely right.
German Philosopher Herbert Marcuse Was the Architect of the New Left
"The author of the new left. Who's behind all of this so really important question now. There isn't a single person. go to karl marx. You can go to hey goal and the haley dialectic and the long march institutions and a german historisches view of our experience in our existence but there is one person that every conservative should become familiar with now. I want to give a hat tip to the great newt. Gingrich newt gingrich did something back in two thousand twelve where he insistently introduced the author and the activist saul alinsky into the mainstream of the conservative movement. When i go to republican lincoln. Reagan dinners when. I go to tea party. Meetings truly don't exist anymore. When i go to any sort of function and i say saul alinsky. I'd say seventy or eighty percent of the room knows who i'm talking about now. Actually i've been going across the country. Speaking at churches you'd be amazed at how few churches know who saul. Alinsky is a man who wrote rules for radicals thirteen. We've covered them extensively on the show and the dedication. That book was to lucifer. Who he said was the first ever rebel trying to tell me. We're not spiritual war. Oh charlie it's just a bunch of matter versus matter notes not to spiritual work. They admit it's a spiritual war now. The man who is the architect of a lot of chaos. You're living through the man who is largely responsible for a lot of the academic backing of is a man by the name of herbert markova using the frankfurt school. He was a communist. That was kicked out of the frankfurt. School in germany found a safe space and the united states of america taught at harvard. Columbia brandeis and eventually settled the university of san diego. He was the architect of what is now known as the new left.
Co-Founder Marko Anastasov on the Creation of Semaphore
"Marco and staff has been working with computers for a longtime. He grew up in former yugoslavia in the nineties. When there was civil war hyperinflation in the economy was taken back twenty years. His father was electronics guy. There was always a computer around the house. He found himself fascinated with information. And the things. You could conjure up on the magic screens. And he found that computers were place. You could build things that were not influenced by the outside world as a kid. He played sports mainly volleyball. He's taken many lessons from his time playing volleyball. Where a group of people have shared sense of purpose driving towards a goal while building applications under the guise of his web development agency rendered text. He and his fellow builders saw a need to have a way of automating the processes of building testing and integrating and doing so fast. This is the creation story of semaphore. Semaphore is cloud based product for college. You companies our customers are software development teams and semaphore helps them. Automates the process of testing and deploying code. That's kind of a big deal these days because you know software is built collaboratively. The problem that people need saul is how. How do you build software together. You know multiple people adding new codes implications. How do we make sure that it's everything's actually working right. So that's why in modern software development. You know there is an emerging practice of automating various phases of testing and delivering basically applications to end users and customers. So we help them do that. Productively because our product is thing here of that whole aspect of building software for them. Prior to creating similar we were small web development consultancy company was called rendered text. It's still call that but semaphore is what more more now in the world in our practice of basically building applications for clients typically like small start ups we basically saw needs to have how way of automating these processes of testing and integrating software together
Bob Odenkirk Condition Stable After 'Heart Related Incident'
"We've learned more about the condition of the star of the TV series better call Saul the representative for Bob Odenkirk says it was a heart related incident that sent the star of better call Saul to the hospital the rep says the actor is now stable as he continues his recovery and a hospital in New Mexico Orin Kerr collapsed on the set of the breaking bad spin off that is shooting its sixth and final season for AMC crew members summoned help that the statement thanks those who came to his aid as well as the doctors and nurses treating holding Kirk and asks for privacy at this time I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Bob Odenkirk Collapses on Set Of "Better Call Saul"
"And better call Saul. Actor Bob Odenkirk is in the hospital after collapsing on set variety reports. Odenkirk was working on the sixth season in Culver City Tuesday afternoon. When he went down There is no word on the 58 year olds condition or what caused him to
Visualization of Data to Help Become a Smart City
"Godless. Welcome give us a brief introduction to your background and your experience in the municipal spice. Dan thank you so much Yes i'm beating the municipal spiteful. Woman teen years on basically started off as an account thin and one one of his jobs was basically working in a municipality time saul the challenges and then as i expanded my career gordon. Both inconsolably of these not to a wide Expedience i'm gene from financial statements assets Raven utilites stuff debating Gun things unveiled. I actually worked at the At the as a quite a challenging task and data vice vadis china's and i realized the need for specific tools that could maybe. Is you in making decisions much faster and quicker but unfortunately that some of these daytona teachers didn't exist then. He wasn't widely adopted and they basically join service providers That's implementing financial systems and some of these technologies actualities. They're not going both of this. Visualization of informational. Spatial platform and immediately is sort of is that to mind when i was at the municipality on i i could immediately see the value that he can add in decision making but also solving ninety nine problems and administered vanities also looking at information. Real time online So that you can immediately thank action oil. What needs to be done from that mistake. Deaf so y'all and dementia looking for one of the major service providers begun and we'd bicycling focusing on assisting Unenthused to be sustainable. And basically i'm looking at the long Sustainability in the near future.
Joe Biden Idolozies Saul D. Alinsky; Journalists Idolize Karl Marx
"In his book rules for radicals saw, Lynskey, well known Marxist community organizer wrote. A reformation means that masses of our people have reached the point of disillusionment with past ways and values. They don't know what will work, but they do know that the prevailing system is self defeating, frustrating and hopeless. They don't act for change, but won't strongly oppose those who do. The time is then right for revolution. He said. Remember once you organize people around something is commonly agreed upon his pollution. And an organized people are on the move. From there. It's a short and natural step. The political pollution Ted Pentagon pollution The revolution. The media have played a huge role in disparaging the public and undermining American institutions, traditions. Violence Keys measure The Revolution is now upon us. Among other things, his tactics must now be deployed, and they include picking the target, freezing and personalizing and polarizing. But Alinsky went on. He said. In conflict tactics, there are certain rules that the organizers should always regard as universality is One is the opposition must be singled out as the target and frozen. He said. Obviously, there's no point to tactics unless one is a target upon which to center. The attacks. This focus comes a polarization. We have indicated before. All issues must be polarized. If action is to follow. More Joe Biden and what's going on today and yesterday, polarizing. Jim Crow. They don't want black people to vote. You're killing people. You see, Joe Biden is an Alinsky to You see, our journalists are following in the tradition of marks.
Biden Fires Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul
"The Social Security administration has a new acting leader after commissioner Andrew Saul was fired by the Biden administration after he refused to resign. He told the Washington Post that he plans to be at work Monday morning, saying he considers himself term
Biden Fires Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul
"Rachel Sutherland at the White House. President Biden has fired the Social Security commissioner after he refused to resign, The White House says. Biden asked Commissioner Andrew Saul to resign and solves employment was terminated when he refused. Deputy Commissioner David Black agreed to step down. Both officials have
Biden Fires Trump-Appointed Head of Social Security Agency
"President Biden is replaced the top two officials in the Social Security Administration both holdovers from the trump White House president Biden had asked social security commissioner Andrew Saul to resign but Saul refused so after researching legal opinions in the justice department the White House terminated his employment the deputy commissioner agreed to resign top Democrats applaud the move but Republican lawmakers are accusing Biden of politicizing the social security agency by removing trump appointees the labor union for federal employees says that operations and morale had suffered under solves leadership and that he should be sent packing biting his named a deputy commissioner kilo low key Chicago C. as acting commissioner Jackie Quinn Washington
Mark Levin's First Introduction to Saul D. Alinsky 'Rules for Radicals'
"It was 23. I don't remember. And, uh, Began an agency called the Action Agency, which no longer exists. And it was run by a great Patriot by the name of Tom parking out of Dallas, Texas. Long story short I was his Don't know. Chief of Staff Executive assistant. Whatever you wanna call it. And I was the first one in the building. During the transition. And, ironically enough was a building right off Lafayette Square doesn't exist anymore. They knocked it down and build a new building. Just as well. There are a lot of cockroaches there. In all forms. So I'm going through various data and statistics and looking at computers such as they were back then, but anyway Then I come across these big boxes. I mean, they were big. And they had thousands of copies of this red and white paperback book. Called Rules for radicals. By Saul Alinsky. And I'm relatively intelligent. I'm in there and see what the hell is this? No. Linskey was a Communist. I didn't know much else about him. Excuse me. Community activist out of Chicago. And I found these boxes in the Vista office Volunteers in service to America. Remember that part of the great society? And I said, look more and more into it and spoke to various people. I found out that you the taxpayer, we're paying enormous sums of money. To purchase this paperback book. And circulated in mass. In our inner cities. I said, Well, this sure as hell explains things in Philadelphia, where I Mostly familiar. It was the street brothers that was their name. And very radical. And In some ways, very violent.
JIMENA: Mizrahi and Sephardi Voices
"Ovid is a dancer and choreographer from aden yemen. She moved to israel as a girl in nineteen forty nine and became a founding member of the inbal dance. Company marguerite recorded her oral history for the gemina oral history project. In two thousand eleven gimenez stands for jews indigenous to the middle east and north africa region that jewish communities thrive in for over two thousand years until the twentieth century. When a million mizraki sephardi jews fled and were forced out of the land of their ancestors. The san francisco based gemina is working to preserve that rich heritage and history producer. Asala sunny poor recently sat down with sarah levin gimenez executive director to talk about some of the stories in the archive as well as their own family histories. A saw worked with sarah on the archives many years ago sayre you and i worked really closely together while i was in college My very first internship ever was with jim messina and working on this oral history project. I like to think that it's what really launched my love of storytelling. I wanted to start by asking you. Why do you think it's important to preserve these stories as told in the words of those who lived it. So i am so happy to be doing this with you a saul. I think that judaism as grounded and stories like that is the legacy of our people. That's the foundation of haha. That's the foundation of what it means to be jewish as passing on stories Were the combination of thousands of years of stories and in regards to gimenez oral history project We collected stories of communities of people who who hadn't been given a platform to share. They hadn't been given a microphone. They hadn't been given an opportunity to talk about what happened to them when they lived and fled countries throughout the middle east. North africa and their stories are an incredibly critical part of contemporary jewish history. And where we are. Today with establishment of the state of israel nineteen forty eight posts showa post arab nationalism and uprisings in the middle east and north africa there was a major disruption of over two thousand years of continuous jewish life in the middle east north africa. Kinda came to an end and that is a huge part of the jewish story. And we have this very unique opportunity to collect the stories from the people who lived through this historical moment in time and it was an honor to collect these stories and hopefully add them to the record of jewish
What To Expect From WWDC 2021
"Having their worldwide developers conference. And so they're going to do it virtually again this year. They had a successful one last year, and so they're going to repeat it again this year. Uh, the big things they're going to come up, of course. Will be an apple IOS 15 paired OS 15, Mac OS 12 Watch OS eight and T V O s 15. So there's a new V O s. That's right. You see? Oh, my gosh. Mickey Mouse So, but one thing now, what is this about the removal of the touch bar now? I mean, we've had a lot of mixed things about, you know. My son loves the programmable touchbar, depending on what applications you use. Is that going to be a car? Saul platforms? Well, from what I hear, with the possibility of announcements of the new MacBook pros Using the M one or possibly an M two. Chip, Uh, they're going to the rumor is they're removing the touch bar and and replacing a number of other things on the Mac book, one of them being an HDMI port on it. Uh, an additional USB ports. Uh so they're they're They're taking the touch bar away. Evidently, the touch borrow had mixed reviews with it and didn't go over quite as big as it As they had thought it would. I thought it was kind of a nifty feature when it was on the computers. I didn't own a MacBook pro that had a touch my run it, But I did get a chance to use one on occasion and Thought it was a nice edition. You said your son enjoyed
"saul" Discussed on Life Together
"Anybody nine thinks oh and nala binding the original sewing sewing art so you just learn a lot about people by asking this question. And someone even mentioned there. Tarantula which i'm happy to view that pursuit of or face by so the remarkable way that christianity spread throughout the world because we have all of these stories of the apostles telling the story of jesus christ to the ethiopian. Paul going to arabia and paul going to greece and and other disciples going to greece and rome and spain and cycles going to india which isn't recorded an acts. But we have. We have these stories of the disciples and apostles spreading the gospel but the unnamed people that's actually responding or that's responsible for the fiery spread of the gospel of jesus according to historians are the unnamed christian believers those who were merchants and they would go from to greece to sell their wares and corinth and while they were there they told people about jesus or the homemaking moms who heard about jesus invited ladies into their home to have play dates and to cook into spend the afternoon together. The gospel spread through everyday life through common through people using their passionate interests their everyday interest to share the love and the power and the salvation of jesus. And so that brings us back. How can we zealously. Pursue god in the motivation of our everyday life. How can we turn our interests and hobbies into a magnifying glass to draw attention to jesus. We can take all these personal interests and endeavors. That are already a part of our life because as we've already talked about. Paul was already zealous when he was saul when he met jesus he was already a zealous leader. These were interest to him and god used what was already ingrained and paul to spread the gospel through the known world. So what has god ingrained into your life. What are those interests. What are those hobbies. What are those things that you take for granted because it's just something that you do something that you're interested in. What are those things that god can use when we surrender these things to god. That are a part of our everyday life to show. People who jesus is to show the world salvation. And i think there's many in this room that information like this and have the response of. I'm so hired. I don't wanna talk about zeal. I want to drink coffee and eat another chocolate chip cookie and go to bed and i really hope my kids sleep through the night tonight and i'll get up and do it again tomorrow and i think there's some people in this room are like i'm just really laid back when you talk about zeal. I just want to sit down on the couch and read a book with a cup of coffee and maybe a friend. That would actually be myself. Because i'm not personally naturally zealous person and so. That's where i want to encourage us tonight.
"saul" Discussed on Life Together
"So we went to the high priest. He requested letters addressed to the synagogues in damascus operation. And the arrest of any followers of the way he found there. It wasn't by accident. That paul was trying to persecute christians. He went out of his way to find a route to kill jesus followers. He wanted to bring them both men and women back to jerusalem and chains. Paul was zealously traveling out of his way to gather christians for persecution. And so. I want you to remember that a couple chapters before is stat. Are i mart. So christianity was spreading. The disciples were telling people about jesus people were starting to believe about jesus and putting their trust in him as their lord and savior in the church was growing and things were going well and then persecution broke out. We have our first martyr couple chapters before saul has counter with jesus by manningham steven steven was preaching the gospel and the jewish zealots rose up and said this is blasphemy wrong. You're contaminating the truth of y'all way we can't have this in our society. You need to die. And they did. They stoned him but the person presiding over that judgment was saul himself and at that point the bible says persecution broke out among the church. People were scared they had just lost a loved one and now they were being hunted down and they were hiding so what they did. They went from jerusalem to a long way miles away north. They went to damascus. And look where. Paul is asking for permission to go persecute the church. Damascus and somewhere along the way. Paul has this encounter with jesus that doesn't change his zeal but it changes his mission. And can you imagine being a christian. Where paul shows up in your church. I mean my first reaction would be. Oh no he's here. There's we're off to prison now. There's no hope this guy killed my grandpa but he comes into the room and he says jesus is the way how floored the followers of jesus were to see this man totally transformed that his zeal was totally transformed. And as we look at our zealous apostle today our last night of our series. God is calling you. I've also heard god quietly whispered in my heart. How are you zealously pursuing christ's mission to share. Jesus with your world see we can be pulled in so many different directions right. There's just so many things calling for our attention. These days that we could get so wrapped up with our time and our resources and our energy and our relationships that we lose the focus of why we are zealously following christ..
"saul" Discussed on Life Together
"I honestly have come to the place in my faith that i wouldn't stumble me. I would be fine to keep following. Jesus but i wonder what it takes the sacrifice it takes for someone who so convinced that their lifestyle and their parents and their grandparents and generations before them. That said we are right in this venture that there's zealously pursuing a path that leads to hell that there's times in life that we can zealously pursue a path that were so convinced as right but is not the past that god wants us to zealously pursue and that brings me to our second question is how does jesus change. What you zealously pursue i think about the disciples. They were zealous for christ to the point of horrible persecution. Like weird stuff. Like how do people come up with being burned alive like. Oh let's do something really mean to this person. Let's burn alive. How do people think about that or some. Some disciples were sued by saws crucified upside down or boiled and bowling oil. I mean just horrible horrible ways to die right but they were so zealously convinced with a divine convention that they knew that jesus is worth dying for. They didn't make the story of the resurrection. And they knew this. Because they saw the risen lord and savior's so thank back. When jesus died on a cross he even told them before he died. He said guys. I'm going to die but don't worry and three days. I'm going to raise back to life. And so when jesus died on a cross disciples weren't like okay. We'll just set our clocks and three days later. We'll see jesus again. It'll be okay guys. it'll be no. They hold themselves up in a room. They were scared to death for their lives. That someone was gonna come. Kill them for following jesus and then they were morning they were like our dead. We were wrong. Jesus wasn't the savior and now we're in peril. Were dead meat and in the middle of that dark room of suffering and mourning. Jesus shows up. And says i'm here and at that moment. The disciples were so convinced of their risen. Savior the truth. That jesus is who he said he was because they saw the risen lord that they were willing to be boiled to death and burned alive and eaten by animals and stoned to death because they knew they knew they knew that jesus is who he says he is and so we have paul and he's zealously pursuing something that he thinks is worth laying his life on the line for and yet when he comes in sight of the risen lord and savior the glory of jesus shows up to him and says saul saul. Why are you persecuting me. Pause zeal didn't change but his mission did when he met jesus oliver zealand. Strength and dedication and relationships and hobbies were now zealously focused on the one goal of calling people to jesus. So let's go back to to our first passage and let's remember why paul was going to damascus. The bible says saul was uttering threats with every breath and was eager to kill the lord's followers..
"saul" Discussed on Life Together
"For the law. They wanted to see god's lost tablets but there were there were a group of people who were faira sees who took it one step further and they say we're not going to be passive about this. We are going to zealously. Pursue god's ways that he can be established as the holy king of israel and these people were known as zealots. They would go. As far as having a violent protests against the romans they would come out with swords called sakaris and they would kill people because they were so zealous to see god established in society. They were zealots. And these zealots group of people. They lasted for a little while. And we find that. Paul saul was actually not just a fair soon under the feet of gamaliel. His teacher paul identified himself as zealot. He was jealous to see. God's kingdom be established. Paul was very zealous person. The zealots had a fervor that went on their own comfort and ease to see god be pre-established and before paul's encounter with jesus. He was zealously pursuing. What he was convinced was a good endeavor. Paul was incredibly zealous. He was full of godly zeal and fervor even before he met. Jesus zeal and grit and drive was part of who paul was. It was in his nature and yet his encounter with the risen savior. Didn't create a new-zealand him at purified and refined his mission. He was passionate for truth. He was naturally motivated in leadership and influence. This was interests that he already had ingrained him. Paul himself describes his zealous actions and ambitions in some of his letters to the churches throughout scripture. One of one of those letters. He writes in philippians chapter three verse six. I was so zealous. Harshly persecuted the church and ask for righteousness. I obeyed the law without fault in galatian. Paul says i was far ahead of my fellow jews in my zeal for the traditions of my ancestors and so when jesus asks him saul saul. Why are you persecuting me. Paul had it realize that being religiously zealous for the wrong truth was leading him to go against the very god that he was laying his life on the line to preserve. Paul had a wrong sense of zeal. He was zealously pursuing a wrong path and he was so convinced it was bright until he came face to face with the glory of jesus christ. I often considered the miracle working. Power that it's going to take for someone to go from one convinced ideal to another like i think about if i had an islamic friend who talked to me and traded to persuade me to become islamic to become a muslim i am fully convinced not in my own self but i'm fully convinced by the power of the holy spirit work in me that jesus is the only way to heaven and if someone came to try to convert me to what they thought was true..
"saul" Discussed on The Two Of Us
"Presents the two of us with naomi waters. Hi this is mary. Will this on real rebel straight. Yeah with my show to talk. Autism writers about them work relates mental health and emotional wellbeing. And i've got to give you some trig warnings as that on some explicit an adult themes and some of these podcasts including talk of calm the suicide depression slum some abuse drug use a variety of human experiences so f feel of attended this position today. I'd say this later. Otherwise dive write-in enjoy seeing really right today my guest on the two of us. The delightful dr denise oil is a writer artist and we were talking about that title doctor and what it means. Obviously now the moment. But there's this idea of doctors in how the medical professionals in the reliance and the gratitude was medical professionals so there's all this doctrine the house yet. But i'm not solve of one. I can read poems. Make you feel better but also wandering this idea of being dougherty. Do you use that title outside of your work or is it very tied in with your work while the doctor tight largest us in times of creative practice nor outside my work and i think it's kind of almost can be in the way pretentious. Say dr when people might think. Oh it's a medical medical doctor. And i'm not so i just in times of when i engaging poetry and teaching mentoring and that's the only way i use it so yes Few question and have also change in your selfies entertain even self esteem Since when you got ill doctor. I think definitely because me my doctorate was linked to my poetic practice and the white which i engage with a speech disability Particularly because my mom had speeches to benicio number of disabilities my study. My research was like founded on that so for me it was a way of just me being confident in i was saying who wear held my and still hope that space in artistic way as a poetic way but movie change came from other people are receive loss of male with the dotted. Any soul found. that really strange initially Because i never you want to love that title onto my other nine. The is just happened. That way sites just for academic and i would say artistic purposes user. The title doctor is interesting. What you say that you you've got ill. Dr annette was about speech disability. But also about your mother flow. It's very very personal journey. Which became i guess. More public tolson scrutinize the way. Adopter says i'm boss'll How was it worth miss. Something so deeply personal.
"saul" Discussed on The Bible...but Funnier
"At this time saul was the king the top dog the head show however he didn't actually feel a large and in charge he had a battle to fight against the phyllis teams that he didn't actually think he can win. That army was big and scary and he didn't know he was up for the challenge. So so turn to god to get a fix on how to handle the dilemma. He tried all the usual methods to reach. God including cindy adm a divine message. But god totally left him on. Reed got an saul. how shall we say. This strange relationships saul made some poor choices. As god's chosen king unsure of what to do next so said to his servants no choice. Send for me a woman that is a medium. Yes a witch. The sermon knew that saul had previously outlawed witchcraft and sent them packing. Buddy new friend of a friend who the dog belonged to the cousin of medium. So he timidly said to his master. I know which at indoor saul shot back indoor. Isn't that a galaxy far far away. No actually it's kind of in the galley region again. Take me there immediately. But before travelling there saul put on a disguise. it would be a really off. Coordin- culture if the king showed up to request the services of a medium the same group of people that he had vanished saul put on a fake moustache fake glasses and changed his fence. He rose four less fancy ropes yet even in disguise he was not going to slip into those off brand robes by no means with the servant leading the way he traveled to indoor arriving there at night. He knocked on her door. A woman answered the door. If you are here for not walks. I'll let shooting now. We don't have any of those here. No no i. Won't you to divine spirit that i will name bring him up from the dead. She ushered him inside now. Now you got to be crazy easy. Haven't you heard that. So all the mediums and neck. Romances if i do that i could be killed and i still have so many things to do on my bucket list software chuckle too. So yes i know what that devilish lee handsome saw guys down. But i swear to you the lord that no harm will.
"saul" Discussed on Brunch
"Isa is in contention for most gorgeous person on the planet. We've talked about how Jay. Ellis is the mass of. Intention just running away with it. Onto a honestly I agree with that. Jay Ellis just ridiculous. A penny shirtless amazed on that guy and go come for him wearing a shirt. Stay for him, not wearing shirt. That's how I would describe jails, Molly Absolute Babe, and then Andrew like what are we doing here? This is it's absurd i. don't know what happened to the show. Though because I just got distracted by Hot Andrew was yeah I haven't watched either through a little Andrew Party. You gotTA gotTa. Tell you once once better call. Saul goes off the air. One more episode left this season. I mean I'm going GonNa feel real empty because that has been like the one. There's nothing better than looking forward to like an hour of TV per week. I very much looked forward to curb your enthusiasm when that was on like just for turning my brain off and getting to watch, Larry It'd be an idiot for like thirty minutes. But I mean. Just an hour of Prestige TV. Per Week in like waiting for it and waiting for that to play out, and has been such a like a beacon of light in these times for me and I'm GonNa. Miss that so much wants better. Call Saul gone I agree, and also did better call Saul these screw around with the time, right? Every now and then. I'll DVR and it'll be like an hour and forty minutes or something like that or an hour and twenty. I think I could be wrong. Might J. D. V. are like my. Your dvr settings because my life for like an hour and twenty five this past week, but I think it was a forty seven to like a fifty minute episode. Interesting, so we? We have not talked about better. Call Saul during this stretch right I. Don't believe so, so we've got plenty of thoughts there. One. The overarching thing is this has been the best season of it. It's been one of I think we both agree one of the best seasons of television which you're allowed to say, nowadays, because it is the golden age of television so when you say. This is the best people there really isn't a really you put it up against this nineteen seventies. Think yes, because television is better in twenty twenty than it is in the nineteen seventies, so it's similar to have you say hey. This current athlete is the best of all time. Athletes now are better than they were years ago. If, you said Alexander Veterans the best goal score of all time it'd be like. Because, he would light up Gretzky. Yeah Ara- justed so yeah, I agree..
"saul" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Interview But if you're GONNA talk for forty five minutes you're GONNA have to really share a little bit about yourself And that's that's the stuff I want hear. That's the stuff that I I A for And podcast of the only place to get it for me at least for sure. Let's Greg I you never last question could ask one more so so so I guess two part question one aside from this podcast because I think we were number seventy news Pakistan a couple of weeks back on. Are you listening to any music podcast? That people should listen to and The second part of the question is what? What's what's it been in your ear lately. I so So I I will tell you. One of my favorite podcasts from a music standpoint is so I'm going to be just honest with you guys. I don't have a really good way to discover new music I I'm not going to clubs. Not doing these things so This podcast I really liked called moths. Music machine and it's M A H F apostrophe S. music machine and it's Dj Mov. Who's just a? He's actually a brother of a of an artist friend of mine. So that's how I figured who he is. But he's he's actually like really kind of infamous club. Dj who you know does a lot of celebrity parties and everything and the purpose of this podcast is. He's not doing DJ sets. He's doing like an old school radio show where he's introducing. Every song that was this is that was. This is but it's all indie music that you know is a little op the radar but it's new indie music and it's like new new music from this guy or that guy in this and I've been you know put onto at least four four bands that I bought albums from and I'm I'm like maybe it's just my I'm showing my age or whatever actually buy music instead of streaming it because I I. I hope that if you buy the music a little bit of the money goes to the to the band instead of just streaming it but I would never have any of these people on my radar if it wasn't for muffs music. Mix Just because it's like you know just you know it's like hey these guys are from Minneapolis. Minnesota's like I would I ever hear you know the the the hottest indie band in Minneapolis or whatever and as far as what's in my ear like what have I been listening to lately. I I've been playing heavy heavy rotation it's it's probably a twenty year old album right now but there was a band. I've really loved called. Excuse me the Donnas on if you guys know the Donnas but All female band kind of a little bit ramones ish and what I mean by. Ramones dishes Heavy guitars you know three chords for every song and You know every song is between a minute ninety seconds and and three minutes there's no stairway to heaven are or anything like that and A Lotta their songs are about getting drunk and and making bad decisions and all sorts of stuff and they put out an album. I'm looking up right now. Two Thousand Four. So what does that sixteen years ago? it's called gold medal and Man It's maybe. I love the album when it came out. I didn't listen to it for a decade. For whatever reason it just kind of like came up in a shuffle Recently and I've been listening to the album backwards and forwards as since then. It's such a great great album And I I really dig it but besides that you now. I'm listening to a lot of frank black you know. Been listening to a lot of Joe. Jackson The British singer not Michael Jackson's father again and I listened to a lot is when I wanted to listen to like you know. Just mix albums is You know Dj Jazzy Jeff. Every year puts out a summer tape. Remix where he just puts out a mix album Mixed tape you can download. And there's like seven or eight in the series and as you know goes from hip hop to Motown to classic rock to all sorts of things and He's just a great DJ in. It's like all recognizable music so I listen to that A lot as well but but the dawn has been in heavy rotation wrestling. It's funny it's funny. You mentioned the Donnas because My daughter Michaela and not make us any feel old or some of us because I know creams in his early thirties. But for the rest of us my daughter went and saw the donnas open four Maroon five with my wife Kelly candy remember how many years ago that was cool and who the donnas remind me of not necessarily specifically the music although the spirit and I know this band keeps coming up lately on. Our podcast is the beaches. I just. It's a it's that spirit. It's you know young woman putting out really powerful pop. That's as so I don't know the beaches. I'll have to check them out when I trust me when I think of like all women bands although I think for some reason maybe. The drummer was was male My favorite all all female band of all time is Alaska You know it's like one album wonder but man like the British invasion. They were really great. And and I. I still like early hole. You know. Say What you want about Courtney Love Yeah. This is sort of You know turned into something else as she got older but but man like what was what's the album Celebrity skin is like is easily one of my top five albums of all time it's I love that album. Awesome Saul thank you so much for joining us before before you let me go. We're not GonNa let you go. I just wanted to thank you. What are you guys listening to? That's a good question head you go. I I got a research. I'm listening to. The beaches will be honest with you is a lot of the beaches Yeah Yeah it's a lot of beaches radio so it's a lot of Canadian sort of new music coming out. Yeah so myself. I've been listening I don't know why I continue going back to these guys but I've been listening a lot to know. No that's too obvious. All-stars that's too obvious. Fleetwood Mac specifically I am more and more. Just a huge fan of Lindsey Buckingham. So is an old soul. I think he got shafted by by. Mick fleetwood He is one of the best guitar players of all time. Just his style of play. Guitar is amazing. And I think he's He's he's written produced a tons of hits and Yeah I've just been listening a lot to Both tango in the night as well as rumors but Saul if pe- people are going to want to subscribe to your podcast. How could they do so You can find all of my Episodes at www dot saul talks essay. U. L. T. A. L. K. S. DOT COM and. That'll take you right to The I tunes Store very called Austin. Listen can we let you go now? Sure I wanNA I wanNA talk to admitted when we're not recording. Don't hang up. No no no all right thanks. Let me stop recording. Hold on a.
"saul" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Mike Flood the Internet with with Nice cool experiences that make these people look like humans and cool and fun and for those hundred kids in a marching band. Those were real kids in a high school marching band. Imagine that experience for them you know. That's so cool and stuff like that like like bands. Have to do more things like that. I like that I think is a really good job his like like. I'm not a huge huge Pearl Jam Fan but man. I respect them And they've got a fan club. I forget what it's called. I think it's called thirteen or or PJ thirteen or something. I don't know it's got thirteen in it and Like a quarter of every show tickets are held back just for their fans in that city and then they opened up to the general public in the ticket masters and stuff like that because they wanna make sure that the the buildings filled with people that actually care about them and stuff like that. Like there's there's tons of things they can do and and I know that like a lot of Comedians and music musicians and all these things. They've added meet-and-greet opportunities to some of their shows. Those meeting greets are so disingenuous. Because you get less than four seconds with a person. It's Larry like. Hi How are you? What's your name saw. Cool look over there snap. Okay go good bye. I'm going to figure out a way to make make real meeting greets meaning phone Then then I think that meeting greets would actually be an amazing thing for for people like you know but like right now like it's it's it's kind of like a a turn style and and that's not that's not building our relationship with your your your people who love you and stuff like that. It's cool. They'll go posted on instagram and stuff. But it's not. You're not making memories or anything like that. Yeah I know Chris Chris. Martin of Coldplay has always Like I've always seen video of him popping up at school assemblies and You know we've got these high school bands playing and they'll just pop in and you know get on the keys or play guitar or singing. A couple of his songs You know he's it's the idea of never forgetting like where you came from and always taking that time to invest into into goodwill so so frank. Black from the PIXIES pixies are one of my favorite bands. Love Frank Black He did a thing. They never announced it. They never It was it was a publicity thing of without kind of crossing your fingers at hoping some publicity coverage but he did this things where about two hours before every show he would just show up somewhere in the city unannounced and started busking. And he called his warmup concert so he do forty five minutes on an Acoustic Guitar. Ills away from where the the the concert was happening so he didn't know about three years ago he's playing at the Horseshoe Tavern which is at Queen's Diana and he did his busking thing a young and bluer so it's not like he's even saying like the Pied Piper. Follow me and buy tickets to my show but you know three hours before the show. You hope it's sold out so they're not doing it for any other reason than it's just like you know no announcement people figure it out after and they start tweeting about it but nobody says come here and see this is Sorta to stumble upon yourself and this for thirty years and it just you know. It's just this is how I warm up you know. It's like everything else you know remembering lyrics is a muscle and like he would even just sort of figure out new set lists and orders of music and stuff like that so like bands because tickets shirts the way to make money. They really have to work harder now. Big or small on creating those moments because like if I can now download twenty-five live performances for any major band so the reason to go to a show is to either get drunk or rub shoulders with people and stuff like that so the actual act of seeing people live You know to some people. It's not GonNa to be that thing anymore. I hope it never becomes that I love going to see live music seeing you know comedian and stuff like that but you know for some people like you know there are people are going to like really love staying home all the time and you know realize that there's a whole world of entertainment at their fingertips now and you know. I it you know. I hope it doesn't hurt. Live performance but you know. I think I think might be hesitation for at least months after. We're all told that you can go outside the before people just you know. Get back into the routine and stuff like that. It'll be a little bit dour and and stuff like that. So Bands don't have it easy. Nobody has it easy so like I'm not picking on on musicians but but man never in the history of time has an easier to to find fans and you know smart people will monetize though and you know it's it's it's it's exciting and scary for everybody. We had Greg Gentleman Greg carried on For six weeks ago I don't know if If you know this guy he is a he does ecommerce for both a ninety by nature As well as doing some stuff with run DMC You're talking about Tickets and t shirts or you know. The T shirt side of things Outside of selling Merch at a concert is is sort of. What's your online presence? How are you optimizing? You know what what are you? What are you giving fans that still want to get t-shirts and stickers in hats and Swag From bands if anyone's interested a little plug there go check out. Greg Greg Corron Is Is he really down with he? You know so. It was weird so we have you guys get that right. Of course I was actually so everyone knows everyone knows ak from the former be notions. Right So I was at his wedding. I should've pretty pretty important all you got to. I'd I I I'm a big Fan. I he's he's a wonderful person. I just if I knew we were named dropping I would have worn. She is but go on. Please excuse me. He had already by nature at his wedding. So that was just. I thought I would just mentioned that. I'll pick that up off the floor again but So I know you're also huge movie. Buff yes nobody can go to theaters anymore. At least for the time being what what is what are your thoughts on that that industry and where things will go after this and if things will ever recover especially these sort of the The second theaters the art houses. So the the the movie industry movie industry is in a similar situation to to music. Where Maybe a little different because you can get everything at home in a shorter window than you ever could before. At least I don't know if you guys know there's a thing all the mute button but anyways you going I keep using every once in a while and I'm like cream I'm sorry I don't Oh there's my mute but I'm sorry you guys need to go get checked now. You guys run a tight ship. I'm so the movie industry. You know the the one thing they've got going for them is everything's available at home now but at least they make money off of it when you get home whether you rented or the royalties that are paid through Netflix or the other streaming services As far as you know like like the music the movie industry as a whole. They're taking a beating right now because you can't go to movie theaters but in all honesty. Nobody goes to movie theaters. Unless it's like a blockbuster marvel movie You know unless it's a movie that needs to be seen on a giant screen with You know the the moving chairs and the crazy amazing sound. You can have an amazing movie experience at home with a not very expensive TV and like you know two hundred dollars speakers and stuff like that so that you know are going to go away absolutely not if anything when people are cocooning. I think steering more television than they are to music. I have no data to back this up my hunch because you hear people talking Boone binging and streaming and all these things like that and so that side. I don't fear for the the the entertainment industry I fear the fact that there's a lot of You know the the people that don't win in this equation of course are the the people actually creating the content the the the sound people the film people the you know the camera people the make people all those people because they're not working in their freelancers and they don't get the same you know they don't have the same deep pockets that the studios have so. If you'd asked me globally about this problem I think the studios are GonNa be just. They eat giant losses all the time if a movie is Shitty and they put it out. It's the the the under served market of the the film industry that I worry about. I'm because like yeah. There's a lot of people in North America. I don't WanNa say Canada or the. Us has a lot of people. In all of North America who could not survive three months without a paycheck and the the entertainment industry is is shutdown. They're not making television shows right now. They're like you know any of that stuff so there's a lot of people who are you know really concerned with what's going on so. I worry for those people I I'm not worried for. Am I gonNa get to see the movie? I WANNA see at the theater and stuff like that. But you know it's also like the the the the feeder industry is dumb itself a disservice a little bit so I don't know if you guys know how the theater industry works but I'm ninety percent sure I'm right on this so if somebody wants to tell me I'm wrong. Feel free but my understanding is if you buy ticket to movie half of the money goes to the theater and half the money goes to the studio and if you buy. Popcorn and Candy. All that money goes to the theater. Well it's it's more expensive to buy a coke and popcorn. It is to buy a ticket to the movie. There's something really broken in that equation and I get that. That's their livelihood. That's how they make money and stuff like that but like when I think about going to see a movie at the theater. I don't think it's going to cost me twenty dollars because that's the price of the ticket. I and I really want to spend forty seven dollars on this when I can like. Just get you know food delivered to my house and watch something at home and be comfortable and then just go and like go to bed after or stuff like that like. Is this the price to go to? The theatre doesn't equate the experience anymore. So it like just my feeling and you know everyone can tell me. I'm wrong but I only go like I wouldn't go see a drama in the movie theater like I. I go to like action movies in the movie theater. You know like I. I spend five dollars extra and I sit in those stupid moving seats because I want to be thrown around if there's like a car race or a car crash or something like that but there's maybe two or three of those movies a year that warrant paying the extra money but I watch a movie almost every other day at home Because it's all right in front of me and it's easy and how to get in my car and any of that stuff. We've got big screen. Tv's now right. Like I mean that's part of it too. It used to be it used to be you'd go to the what's the though the old VIP at Blower and university whatever anyway we now we now have. Tv's in our hosts that are the size of the screens that we used to go to their For Kelly and myself we just do your points all we just go to VIP and we know because we're gonNA have a drink and dinner and the movie that it's going to be as we go to a restaurant one hundred bucks for the night you know because that's what it is at the end of the day when you tickets. Vip couple of drinks couple of dinners in two hundred bucks. So that's our night out but we're not. We're not going into the regular theaters like the standard theater to watch as you said a drama. Just not pink break. I'm sorry you're still boozy..
"saul" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Better call Saul wasn't on my top ten list last year but that's only because it wasn't on TV last year the series starring Bob Odenkirk in the role of the shady lawyer who first appeared on breaking bad took the year off right now better call Saul is back for season five which is how many seasons breaking bad rain when it premiered back in two thousand eight Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould co creators of better call Saul already have announced that Saul will end after season six which means the end is in sight and when the end was in sight for breaking bad Gilligan ended up finishing that series so perfectly that it ranks for now is my favorite TV drama ever but boy better call Saul is close in breaking bad Vince Gilligan set out to tell a very complicated story showing the slow journey of a meek high school science teacher Walter white who becomes a meth manufacturing king pin and killer Bryan Cranston starred and was astounding and the character's journey had a definite ending which suggested that the breaking bad universe had reaped all its rewards not even close if you've yet to visit this particular world here's the shortest way to describe it Gilligan and company having ended the story of Walter white began playing with time and supporting characters to keep the fun and the narrative going they took the character of Saul Goodman played by Alden Kirk and put him at the center of better call Saul it was another transformation story just like breaking bad showing how a character does increasingly bad things except this was an extended flashback going back a few years the show how young lawyer named Jimmy McGill came to take on the slimy alter ego of Saul Goodman this season on better call Saul Jimmy finally has made the name change official as he tries to justify to his girlfriend and fellow lawyer Kim played by ray Sehorn yeah I can't go back to PNG maybe kill Jimmy McGill the lawyer is always going to be checking the gills loser brother I'm done with that the name is burned this is a fresh start this is how we move forward and I like it sorry if I just can't see it okay you will but better call Saul and here's where it gets mind blowing is more than just a breaking bad prequel it is that and it's a joy to spend time with characters who didn't survive that sister series better call Saul also is a sequel showing segments filmed in moody black and white the fall of the character after the events of breaking bad when Saul had gone into hiding and adopted yet another name it's a place and a fate that Saul Goodman hinted at in one of the last episodes of breaking bad when he and Walter white we're about to go their separate ways Hey I'm a civilian I'm not sure lawyer anymore I'm nobody's lawyer if the funds over from here on out I'm Mr low profile just another douche bag with the job and three pairs of dockers of unlucky months from now best case scenario I'm managing a Cinnabon in Omaha so part of this whether you like it or not I'm sorry I don't think so in better call Saul he's doing precisely that but always looking over his shoulder and in this season's extended black and white opener he gets approached and cornered by a cab driver who recognizes him from his previous life we.
"saul" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Worked with Saul closely do you think that he is deserving of that had believe is deserving of a coaching job he's done a great job he commands a room really well he has great way of relating to his players and hold them accountable but like I said for them today is not what I think you know the people make those decisions don't seem like they're hiring people color very often what do you anticipate is being challenged going up against the Vikings offense I just read this one you know they want to they run the ball well Kurt is very efficient what he does it in turn the ball over does make many mistakes also just being on details just like they are in and be locked in for for sixty minutes hello to mostly last week others to not even saying parts are really well on both of us played well throughout the season you know obviously I don't I don't make those decisions so you have tax Carl are ours so all our Joe whoever comics was called the both of them have been fair with it really well and both of more ready go hi there you go there's Richard Sherman from the podium again and first starting out by saying look if this is the game is the same if you're seeing a first time team versus team you've seen he said doesn't matter you prepare the same no different to not worry about the lack of experience that he goes into the Rooney rule which I would agree one hundred percent with him that the cowboys for example a broad and Marvin Lewis I mean higher Marvin Lewis and then they write went right to Mike McCarthy the last thing I would say is Kurt and Kirk seems to be an issue with Kurt cousins it's Kirk cousins I think maybe rich Riley the president of the Washington Redskins I'm gonna screw me up what's the first name of hers red skins Kirker Kay I'm gonna think captain craft and Kirk not Jana captain Kirk Kirk yeah the L. I. Christian Kirk there you go what I'm saying yeah only a rare because Christian Kirk Cristin Kurt now I don't know what that is if Kirk cousins doesn't your your before you get in the zone if we find on Saturday are there you go we get to go I think your use out why there still is that life is just like the dagger live exactly Paul Allen I got a raise to right baby boomers as you like that you will see you like that we yeah no one ever does the sacks of yeah you like really good at he was supposed to coming up next and then we'll check with the boys to see what's are coming up people are trying to use this as loop and it's a really bad idea use me so I said my hair gel we come up with your hands but the vanities than that Farley live without me you like that the sports in your listening top Papa in line now one one oh four five FM the city's KNBR sports leader Goldberg Krueger and rocks the drives me nuts when guys are selfish come playoff time again guys can be selfish in the regular season because it's a career and it's about money and you wanna make much money as possible and then being productivity is money once you get to the playoffs shut your mouth shut your mouth and go out there with whatever it takes to win crew can rod be teaching two six we are one oh four five and six weeks later back with the fishes sleeping well as part of the NFL one seven we.
"saul" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"In the lobby of Ramsey solutions Saul Saul are you better than I deserve where do you live Lubbock Texas welcome to Nashville of our top guys here's a Lubbock Texas guy you should it's so flat there you can watch your dog run away for three days that's about right I love that line welcome man good to have you thank you so how much data you paid off little bit close to forty thousand dollars way to go and how long did this take you seven months all right and your range of income during that time went from making about sixty thousand a year to close to about a hundred and thirty thousand a year you doubled your income in seven months yes Sir how graduated nurse practitioner school that helped in god every job that I could while yeah yeah the you did you did do both so you got a great career and you maximized yes Sir well done congratulations so forty eight thousand the student loan that student loan debt from when I went to undergraduate school initially essentially that was that that I incurred when I went to school in the early two thousands my parents initially to cast lot of student loan in my name and there is credit cards in there so by the time I got to paying that off it was quite sometime later so that's where that initial that came from how do you get the nurse practitioner school without that join the United States Army home gave them a couple years of my life so you got an overseas in Afghanistan and they paid for my nursing my bachelors in nursing and miners practitioner while that's wonderful well thank you for your service and it worked out for you huh yes Sir thank you for the support very cool very well done it's so you're no longer in the service I'm on reserve status I actually had drilled this weekend and cut the red eye to come here to to be here this morning oh my goodness wow well thank you so much again congratulations so what made you seven months ago decide you're going to get this debt locked out this fast well.
"saul" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Hand of Saul network side of the citizens getting under way I mean at least right now the next nine games scheduled for national TV over the next couple of weeks will be on the network alone there's one on ESPN and that some soul CBS and fox kick off on Sunday with a doubleheader on August the extreme committee house understand the NFL runs level and work their own network and they want you to buy that networks yeah so if you don't have a you're gonna have to cool your heels at least for a couple of weeks can't find a friend or find a neighbor who's got the SL network exactly we have neighbors St I will be so speaking of football I had no idea that inventory was so tight up there in Green Bay at the Packers games you've got a story that is a personal experience and kind of interesting tell me what's going on well a lot of the three men were in but there's no doubt about it last Sunday in church your niece my granddaughter Casey was one of the teachers installed for early childhood education and a service which was really kind of nice but takes these past years for some of them to the church he gets up and he starts talking about the power of horror and he's talking about the season tickets with the Green Bay Packers eleven years ago as a young minister in Appleton Wisconsin he applied for season tickets he was told that he was I believe it was like eight thousand so the chances are not good the act in whatever Levin years ago he's a seminary student at the time the following year he gets a letter five thousand four thousand three anyway this year he got them and he held them up in front of the congregation number one they sent him a they sent a letter back in the spring and he did not get the Green Bay Packers season tickets is going to have this assessment cover foreign but that's the way it is in Green Bay it's a little easier apparently in service for sensitive and have a minute so we'll go on a shave terrorists have to life something I don't know if you guys saw those with about a week ago we have a Steelers fan a guy named jewel Schrock who's a training camp he goes up to wide receiver juju Smith Shuster there's a there's a household my employee yeah I have to DO fruits and home but that's about it yeah yeah I mean this guy was signing autographs in our boy asking the sign on his shaved head is not one of those old Mohawks we've got shades on either side which already displayed the Steelers logo sure absolutely is already gone now so yes miss Schuster told him Hey you will get my autograph tattooed on your head and I'll get the tickets to the game of your choice will be even better than that and on Twitter last week June use Melissa Melissa it's all about respect and I respect him for going out and doing that and our guy gets that smirk Steeler tickets for two thousand nineteen yeah or think about this some in the season eventually ends on his head I hope he is a Steelers fan for life he has no choice yeah this was going to be around for a little last year's away a little bit better yeah there's no doubt about world that well at fungus Hey does let's talk not about grow David on or Thiessen so it the naturally current issue has anti fungal of Sports anti Illustrated viral this anti is something bacterial we've been talking anti about infection here for anti all my gosh inflammation over a month and anti now parasite the controversy properties continues but maybe well more importantly in the article table what Sports T. clubs Illustrated original did pure they sent pouty one of their arco senior super riders T. builds down to corpuscles the Dominican in Republic the blood which carry and oxygen the it to our was organs with the idea and cells of going or organs through and cells need the various oxygen to regenerate boroughs themselves if you the will immune system they call needs them oxygen and to develop talking and to cancer people happens talking to to die organizations in oxygen talking the tea to is law great enforcement for healthy people to try and to figure they can truly out be exactly miraculous what for someone really fighting a potentially did happen life and threatening the thing disease that he came due to away an infection with diabetes is or that cancer you'll never he know bought the club's original.