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The Mopar Hunter's Top 5 Of The Week

Talking Mopars

07:56 min | 3 months ago

The Mopar Hunter's Top 5 Of The Week

"What Mope aren't suzy. We are back again for another fun filled episode of talking Mo- Pars and I've got some good news my project. Art is finally getting an engine. Unfortunately it's not the fifty one that I had hoped for because that engine is still at the machine shop dead in the water for monetary reasons. But I'm so anxious to get behind the wheel of this dart that I've actually decided to hold off on the big box walk for now. I have most of the small block parts. Still with the exception of the engine and transmission. So I actually had a buddy reach out to me about the seventy one charger. I was looking at saying that he had a three eighteen and nine hundred four that he was just looking to give away so he generously donated that engine and transmission to the new cars. And the new. 'cause IS TO DART on the road before I go out acquiring any other projects I gotta get the ones. I have on the road with that being said. I've got a project right now with this little three eighteen and I'm just trying to dress it up a little bit and give it a little bit more go crazy. I just want to make it a little bit fun okay. The engine project that I have now is called project free eighteen because it is a three eighteen and free. So that's what I'm up to. I'm just gathering parts trying to find good deals and it's funny because I posted this cheesy ad was a wanted poster. Ernest said basically wanted small block. Par- parts you know. Cheap is good and free great and there was one guy who's like. Oh better. Get a small block Chevy. Nothing in the Mo- par world is cheap. But here's the thing he's wrong because I've gotten plenty of cool stuff for free or next to free or really cheap. Just based on the fact that I'm a nice guy and I guess I've been fortunate that I've ran into such cool people in the mobile world and unfortunately for that guy. Apparently he's run into a bunch of jerks that are just out for money which you know there are a lot of people like that and the Mo- park immunity unfortunately but you know thankfully I haven't run into any of them. I've ran into some really cool people and they've given me some really good deals so I'm not complaining on that front and I'm still getting the deals I just acquired an intake and a carb and I've got some really cool vintage valve covers and I'm just having fun with this car now. I've got everything I need to throw together and have a ratty little small blocked art and that's all I want. The shiniest parts on the start are going to be the wheels and tires because I have brand new bef. Gta's and Krieger SS for it. So you know it is what it is. I'm GonNa have fun with it and hopefully you guys will be along for the ride. I'm going to try to get some of that content up on Youtube here sooner rather than later so you guys can follow along on a little bit more of a visual level. So that's what I'm up to now. Let's get this show on the road. Like I said in the introduction folks we've got to listeners stories and I'm GonNa Sandwich our segment called high performance parts in between both stories justice which things so our first listener story comes from Shane. Taylor here. Is Shane Story? Hey Chris my dad has always had cool cars and trucks for much of my life. He's made a living off of hunting down deals and then flipping them. I'm now in my late twenties own a house and financially stable as a congratulations or as my dad says early inheritance. He said I could have any one of my choosing. I had the choice between fully restored. Nineteen seventy-nine Camaro RS s with a pretty radical three eighty three stroke or a fully restored Purple Nineteen fifty-six Plymouth Savoie or a dusty old red and black nineteen fifty five Plymouth Belvedere that didn't run and was missing the rear window which is apparently traded for a brick that sat in the backseat. I took the fifty six savoie because it was in the best condition and would need the least amount of work. It was perfect. Because I don't know a ton about working on cars but I love detailing although this is probably the most valuable car. It had a few drawbacks. The car was restored in the nineties and was overdue for another restoration in the near future. The interior was badly stain and fading. The paint was getting rest bubbles and there was a lot of custom work done that was very obviously trendy a couple decades ago but not anymore the worst part though it had a three fifty small block. Chevy. Don't get me wrong. My family was GM all the way. Unless there was a MO- part deal to be found. My Dad even warned me that when I took it I couldn't hang out with the Mo guys or else I'd be chastised. He said apart by the fifties chevrolets at shows and don't talk about the car more than need be after all. The car had no signs of make other than the aluminum. Plymouth play under the door when open so most people thought it was a chop fifty seven Chevy. Once I got it I started doing research on the forward. Look Mo- parts and I fell in love the more I looked at him. The more disappointed became with fifty six mash up with Chevy engine. Ford Rerun Nineteen Ninety. Eight Ford Escort Royal Plum. Paint which looked great. But I just can't stand forwards and Tacky customisations. I found myself eyeing the faded beaten up Belvedere that my dad had sitting in a shop. It had one around the title and had gone to his surviving kin. It was easily ninety percent original so I started drooling after I to educate myself on these classics after a week of having the Purple Plymouth. I called Dad and told him I made a mistake. I detailed the Savoie and send it back to him. Any happily gave me the bus at fifty five after all he had been offered up to ten thousand four and only paid fourteen hundred for the non running Belvedere. Although it wasn't a smart financial decision was the right thing to do and I couldn't be happier. We really to a local shop that specializes in classic. Mo- parts have the clutch rebuilt as well as some brake work done. Once I got a new six volt battery hooked up. It started and ran great. Save for some smoke. Every light on the car worked perfectly and the more I looked around through the scattered parts in the interior and trump the more original parts. I found for it now. There runs in drives learning and working on finding parts for these is a very expensive scavenger hunt. But it's fun to work on such a neat piece of history even though I live two hours from my dad. It's brought us closer together because I'm always sending in pictures of things. I've probably messed up and calling him for help. I look forward to restoring beauty overtime. The Right Way and going to car shows with him even if we can't park next to each other Shane. Thanks for sending in your story I've been wanting to do some forward look content and your story kind of inspired me to get Looking into what I want to cover an hi Wanna go about doing it. I actually have a guest lined up. That is pretty deep in the forward look community. But I haven't really scheduled him in yet so I gotta get a hold of him and figure out when we can get him on the show. Because like I said and like I've been saying this show is for all aren't disease that includes a forward look the modern era everything in between and I'm GONNA stick to my word. We will cover the antique stuff like the really really old stuff. We're going to cover the forward. Look we're going to cover it all or at least we're gonNA give it our best shot so look forward to that very cool story. I'm glad that you chose at least a MO- par over the Chevy. That makes you a lot cooler in my book and let me just say this. A car enthusiasts first and foremost but I am a Mo- par guy so I respect all cool cars but there's just something about Mo- parts that gets me going so when I take shots at Ford and Chevy guys you know nothing personal. It's all in good fun. Okay now back to Shane Story. It's good to hear that you're getting into Mo- pars and cars in general it's something fun to learn and you sound like you're really motivated to gear project on so that's really cool in. Hey a fifty. Five Belvedere is pretty cool in my book. So keep me posted on your project. Buddy thanks for sending in your story I really WanNa see pictures of this car and see how far you belong. Maybe you can call in and give me some tips to pass along the people because I get people asking me about forward look cars and where to find parts and all this and a lot of stuff you know. I try my best but I don't own a forward look cars. I'm not too deep in that world and I know there's people out there that own those cars and start finding really good resources and stuff so anybody out there actually not just. Shane knows any good places to go forward. Look stuff let me know if you know someone. That's really deep in the forward. Look each that's one aspect of mope our history that I admittedly don't know very much about but I love those cars. I think are really cool and I'll take. I'll take anything in the forward look era over fifty seven Chevy any day but that's me and that's not to say the fifty seven chevies aren't cool but hey forward look parts or cooler. Proven wrong Shane once again. Thank you for sending in your

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"savoie" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:59 min | 3 months ago

"savoie" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Welcome back Patrick Harper is the author of bear carry us or the marriage of heaven and earth the study of alchemy the philosopher's secret pirate history of the imagination a complete guide to the soul is also published three novels the US that's the serpens circle the rapture and Savoie trouble autobiographical and is best known work is what we're gonna talk about tonight they monic reality a field guide to the other world wanted to get in here for a long time and happy to welcome to coast to coast for the first time Patrick Harper Patrick great to talk to you hello George great to be here thank you for inviting me absolutely I I I hope I didn't embarrass you with the praise but I really do think that your your book help that they give me sort of a framework for understanding a wide range of phenomena that you don't you just don't know if it's really related or not and and date you gave us a prism through which we can look at this I I I was really moved by it I'm so glad to have you here well I'm thrilled that you like to George you haven't found it useful huh how did you get started down this road well I suppose I was always interested in the paranormal phenomena and despite the more expensive education which attempted to drum this interest out of me I I kind of stuck with it and once I'd left university I had some time on my hands I thought well UFOs very interesting just research them for a bit I like him probably correct the problem by next Tuesday you know it's like thirty or forty years later I'm still at it you know it still baffled still wondering what the hell it's all about but meanwhile you know I tried to cobble together north an explanation for them but a way in which they could be made intelligible in some way you know and that's the fascinating thing about how normal phenomena if you if you followed them faithfully I think well if you research only thing in the whole they kind of educate you you know they lead you down the rabbit hole and it's always tempting to pull up short and to settle for some explanation some favorite theory or hypothesis unit but if he doesn't we because the trouble with settling vote for women one theory is that it would exclude some other data but if you accept all the data then your kind of lunacy and you have to change your entire world view in order to accommodate them what what I laughingly called the facts well I mean it's true I what we're told what you use the phrase that you're expensive education tried to drop out of yeah that's a science education that's for our religious education and those two have been pounding on all of us you know centuries ago Youmans had sort of a better understanding of the natural world they were not at all uncomfortable with things like elves and fairies and brownies and trolls and leprechauns and a whole range of different creatures that they experienced encountered appreciated and thought they understood and all that's been pounded out about science says it's not true religion tells us it might be true but it's evil right right yes but will real quick both the DOCSIS I've always sought to who exclude website cool these diamonds which is a a Greek word you know and it's a blanket term Foley's wonderful creatures of all folklore but because they were commonly believed in and seeing amongst the ancient Greeks among the Romans amongst people in our own culture and western culture before we'll go out so called a license about all right hi I drew on the Greek word diamonds because they had all the characteristics that for instance elves and fairies do and and I thought it was just a useful way of of stuffing of going back a bit rather than trying to go forward to see what a post world views made of these things but the interesting thing about these diamonds is that right they have always been as it were marginal creek is but but but right always seek to subvert whatever kind of orthodox system is in place say for instance you know eat in medieval times when the church was you know in control of things the the pesky elves and fairies and ball goes in through Gulf regions no you listen all these things that the common people believed they were real sold in that side you know the theologians had no real for for them of the same of course applies today with our own orthodoxy the scientific orthodoxy which couldn't just doesn't have room for them doesn't make caught make head or tail of the NET two ten you write that the the trouble is few people who've been brought up with the strict rationalistic principles can concentrate on anomalous phenomena for even an hour they're like classically trained musicians who can't listen to pop songs that that was a great way to put it yes yes I did write that yes are the only two people also think that scientists to prove you know these are by Monique events because they're kind of afraid of them but I just think I think that's probably not true they just kind of come here of you know as if it they just take one look and think I'm not going there and who can blame them in a way but there are some people for whom it just existed this great fascination you know that when I left university I thought well you know are going to get a job but before I get a job was going to have a world view you know I've kind of sort of kind of know where I'm situated in the universe and I was I was without phone you have the ability in silence but I'm we think you know you could have a world view without including these these by Monique things because they're possible both of the world and unfortunately I never did manage to you know hold that world view of that world I never managed to fit them into buying fifty world view I had to change my whole world views and and for me my great initiation into it the party different way of thinking was with through researching alchemy has by but big book Mercurius which is the study of alchemy and that was sort of my initiation into into the upside down world of of the daimon eight well let's talk about that a little bit because most of us have a concept of alchemy we've we've seen cartoons and movies that it's a it's sorcerers trying to turn lead into gold it's much more than that clearly what it is George yes I mean it it is the most complicated under theory anything thing the the alchemist themselves never said that they were making goal they would said they were making philosophical go whatever that is but I was introduced to me through my interestingly great with psychology CG young founded committee of a counterpart to his own the psychology of the unconscious and the young very much interested me for a long time because he's kind of mobile of what humans are made all his most of the psyche was very congenial to meet spoke to my experience and he was never told to me at school university you know you have to kind of discover you'll feel so and to him I got very interested in in an upcoming and realize that it was a kind of you know very anomalous activity where you're working with actual substances chemical substances but you're also working on yourself but it's probably a psyche cooperation apart your material operation another cool season very much seminal to the divine nation of the diamonds because they they are contradictory creatures and really the most it's a difficult contradictions for us to go they are both material and non material at the same time all will turn its ability I we come ready go ahead throw about but of course that fits the that fits the experience the people have little things like fairy who can give you enough the blow when seems to be completely so they I mean they vanish into thin air just about UFOs which look like solid structured Croft one minute and then my office if possible speeds the next so alchemy I got the idea of the the the the the psychic world as well although you know the the immaterial world material world one sort of in a position to each other they were like two sides of the same Corey but you could be both and rather than Ole that makes any kind of your ABS absolutely we're gonna dig deeper into that but I want to touch on one of the team I in general that will also explore through the course next to ours it's you mentioned early in the book about arguing that the triviality and absurdity of so many visions and apparitions are an essential part of them it's sort of flies in the face of what we think of scientific and rational thought these days something's not reproducible it can't be real you know it's got to fit in this narrow little box with the kinds of phenomena word we're gonna be discussing that you document in this book are trivial and absurd and contradictory all all the at the same time yes absolutely and that's why they're coming you could easily overlook them you can think that nothing important I always quote the the great Cinco CS Lewis who wrote the no new books but he was a great student of medieval literature and theology and so on and in his book the discarded image he took a picture of the medieval universe with its tremendous it it's most it's tremendously orderly at the theological universe I did sort of light it's built like a great cathedral and the music of the spheres of playing and so on and off switch through describing with great model of the universe which is very coherent and useful he pauses and says you know the trouble is there's there's one thing that doesn't fit into the into this model and that's these these elusive creatures the failures of the elves of the nose so what do we to make of the and he said well I don't know he said you know maybe they're unimportant is their importance underpaid prevent this perfectly both the dogs and correct vision of the universe from becoming too rich she's the best sort of tricky agents which stop us from being too rigid in mindset which upset the apple cart which which mischievous and the knowing and couldn't continue I have about four what diamonds always other always fixed is there with Mr booth and teasing at a decent sometimes sinister in home full but they kind of break up anybody's the mobile world views gets to go here and to rational needs to smog there's always some die Monique event which which opens a crack in the fabric of it it's it's like would you oppose you you made the comparison you know they're here one minute gone the next sometimes you can pick him up on radar and sometimes you can't you can see them with your eyes you can see him through instruments and sometimes you can't they give us glimpses when it's up to them to do so and otherwise we don't we can't detect them all and it's infuriating and confounding but that's the way it is yes absolutely Georgia yes I don't know what I was when I read the book a long time because we didn't before the internet was up and running which means a lot of research and book.

Patrick Harper US Savoie
"savoie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

13:40 min | 3 months ago

"savoie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Back Patrick Harper is the author of bear carry us or the marriage of heaven and earth the study of alchemy the philosopher's secret pirate history of the imagination a complete guide to the soul is also published three novels the US that's the serpens circle the rapture and Savoie trouble autobiographical and is best known work is what we're gonna talk about tonight they monic reality of field guide to the other world wanted to get in here for a long time and happy to welcome to coast to coast for the first time Patrick Harper Patrick great to talk to you hello George great to be here thank you for inviting me absolutely I I I hope I didn't embarrass you with the praise but I really do think that your your book help that they give me sort of a framework for understanding a wide range of phenomena that you don't you just don't know if it's really related or not and and date you gave us a prism through which we can look at this I I I was really moved by it I'm so glad to have you here well I'm thrilled that you like to Georgia and found it useful huh how did you get started down this road well I suppose I was always interested in the paranormal phenomena and despite the more expensive education which attempted to drum this interest out of me I I kind of stuck with it and once I'd left university a I have some time on my hands I thought well UFOs there interesting just research them for a bit I like him probably correct the problem by next Tuesday United and like thirty or forty years later I'm still at it you know it still baffled still wondering what the hell it's all about but meanwhile you know I tried to cobble together nothing explanation for them but a way in which they could be made intelligible in some way you know and that's the fascinating thing about how normal phenomena if you if you followed them faithfully I think well if you research only thing in the whole they kind of educate you you know they lead you down the rabbit hole and it's always tempting to pull up short and to settle for some explanation some favorite theory or hypothesis unit but if he doesn't we because the trouble with settling for for women one theory is that it was excluded some other data but if you accept all the data then your kind of lunacy and you have to change your entire world view in order to accommodate them what what I laughingly called the facts well I mean it's true I what we're told what you use the phrase there your expensive education tried to drum out idea that's a science education that's for our religious education and those two have been pounding on all of us you know centuries ago Youmans had sort of a better understanding of the natural world they were not at all uncomfortable with things like elves and fairies and brownies and trolls and leprechauns and a whole range of different creatures that they experienced encountered appreciated and thought they understood and all that's been pounded out of a science says it's not true religion tells us it might be true but it's evil right right yes the cookbook the dog food I've always sought to who exclude what I call these dying moments which is a a Greek word you know and it's a blanket term for all these wonderful creatures of all folklore because they were commonly believed in and seeing amongst the ancient Greeks among the Romans amongst people in our own culture and western culture before we'll go out so called a license about all right hi I drew on the Greek word diamonds because they had all the characteristics that for instance elves and fairies do and and I thought it was just a useful way of of stuffing of going back a bit rather than trying to go forward to see what puffs world views made of these things but the interesting thing about these diamonds is that they they have always be as it were marginal creek is but but but they always seek to subvert whatever kind of orthodox system is in place say for instance you know eat in medieval times with the church with you know in control of things the the pesky elves and fairies and Bhagat improve goblins no you listen all these things that the common people believed they were real phone in that side you know the theologians had no real for for them and the same of course applies today with our own orthodoxy the scientific orthodoxy which can just doesn't have room for the math doesn't make her make head or tail of the NET two patent you write that the the trouble is few people who've been brought up with the strict rationalistic principles can concentrate on anomalous phenomena for even an hour they're like classically trained musicians who can't listen to pop songs that that was a great way to put it yes yes I did write that yeah of the only two people also think that scientists to prove you know these are dynamic events because they're kind of afraid of them but I just think I think that's probably not true they just kind of called him about it but they just take one look and think I'm not going there and who can blame them in a way but there is some people for whom it just existed this great fascination you know that when I left university I thought well you know I've got to get a job but before I get a job was going to have a world view you know I've kind of sort of kind of know where I'm situated in the universe and I was I was well up on the elegy in silence but I'm we think you know you could have a worldview without including these these by Monique thing because they're possible both of the world and unfortunately I never did manage to you know format world view of that world I never managed to fit them into buying fifty world view I had to change my whole world view and and for me my great initiation into it the tidy different way of thinking will through researching alchemy has by first big book materia which is a a study of alchemy and that was sort of my initiation into into the upside down world of of the daimon eight well let's talk about that a little bit because most of us have a concept of alchemy we've we've seen cartoons and movies that it's it's sorcerers trying to turn lead into gold it's much more than that clearly what it is George yes I mean it it is the most complicated under theory aching thing the the alchemist themselves never said that they were making goal they always said they were making philosophical go whatever that is but I was introduced to me through my interestingly great with psychology CG young who who founded committee of a counterpart to his name the psychology of the unconscious and the young very much interested me for a long time because he's kind of model of what humans are made all his most of the psyche was very congenial to me spoke to my experience and he was never told to me at school university you know you have to kind of discover you'll feel so and to him I got very interested in in an upcoming and realize that you live the kind of you know very enormous activity where you're working with actual substances chemical substances but you're also working on yourself this is partly a psyche cooperation apart your material operation another cool season very much seminal to the divine nation of the diamonds because they they are contradictory creatures I'm really the most it's a difficult contradictions for us to go off because they are both material and non material at the same time all alternatively I we can't really go ahead throw about but of course that fits the that fits the experience the people have little things like fairy who can give you enough the blood but it seems to be completely saudades and then they vanish into thin air just like UFOs which look like solid structure Croft one minute and then the office impossible speeds the next so alchemy I got the idea of a the visit a psychic world as well all units of the immaterial world the material world one sort of in a position to each other they were like two sides of the same Corey it could be both and drove them all right all that makes any kind of your ABS absolutely we're going to dig deeper into that but I want to touch on one of the team I in general that will also explored through the course next to ours it's you mentioned early in the book about arguing that the triviality and absurdity of so many visions and apparitions are an essential part of them it's sort of flies in the face of what we think of scientific and rational thought these days something's not reproducible it can't be real you know it's kind of fit in this narrow little box with the kinds of phenomena were we're gonna be discussing that you document in this book are trivial and absurd and contradictory all all that all at the same time yes absolutely and that's why that kind of you could easily overlook them you can think they're not important I always quote the the great thinker CS Lewis who read the Narnia books but he was a great student of medieval literature and theology and phone and in his book the discarded image he paints a picture of the medieval universe with its tremendous it it's most it's tremendously orderly theological universe I did sort of like it's built like a great cathedral and the music of the spheres of playing so and hopefully through describing with great model of the universe which is the very coherent and useful he pauses and says you know the trouble is there's there's one thing that doesn't fit into the into this mobile app and that's the these elusive creatures the fairies and elves in the nose so what are we to make of the and he said well I don't know he said you know maybe they're unimportant is their importance that they prevent this perfectly orthodox and correct vision of the universe from becoming too reaching that that sort of tricky agents which stop us from being too rigid in mindset which upset the apple cart which which mischievous and the knowing and couldn't continue and that's what what diamonds always other ways tricksters there we used to listen to you think as I've even sometimes sinister in the home full but they kind of break up anybody's familiar well you'd have to go there and to rational needs to smog there's always some di Modica veins which which opens a crack in the fabric of a it's a it's like with UFOs as you you made the comparison you know they're here one minute gone the next sometimes you can pick him up on radar and sometimes you can't you can see them with your eyes you can see him through instruments and sometimes you can't they give us glimpses when it's up to them to to do so otherwise we don't we can't detect them all it's infuriating and confounding but that's the way it is yeah absolutely Georgia yeah I just knew what I was when I read the book a long time ago we've eaten before the internet was up and running which means a lot of research and book can you imagine that it's crazy you know I I wondered if there would be any every great developments in local in the Wonderful World of UFO logy which would render my book null and void but you know I was going to get the if the aliens would actually land on the lawns of the White House and disprove my my view of what they might be but no such luck so I think my book well I would say this would not affect the my book still holds true at that level we'll still holds good today I would have been great there are I haven't this used the I haven't.

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"savoie" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

13:41 min | 3 months ago

"savoie" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Welcome back Patrick Harper is the author of bear carry us or the marriage of heaven and earth the study of alchemy the philosopher's secret pirate history of the imagination a complete guide to the soul is also published three novels the US that's the serpens circle the rapture and Savoie trouble autobiographical and is best known work is what we're gonna talk about tonight they monic reality a field guide to the other world wanted to get in here for a long time and happy to welcome to coast to coast for the first time Patrick Harper Patrick great to talk to you hello George great to be here thank you for inviting me absolutely I I I hope I didn't embarrass you with the praise but I really do think that your your book helped to to give me sort of a framework for understanding a wide range of phenomena that you don't you just don't know if it's really related or not and and date you gave us a prism through which we can look at this I I I was really moved by it I'm so glad to have you here well I'm thrilled that you like to Georgia and found it useful huh how did you get started down this road well I suppose I was always interested in the paranormal phenomena and despite the more expensive education which attempted to drum this interest out of me I I kind of stuck with it and once I'd left university a I had some time on my hands I thought well UFOs there interesting just research them for a bit I like him probably correct the problem by next Tuesday you know and like thirty or forty years later I'm still at it you know it still baffled still wondering what the hell it's all about but meanwhile you know I tried to cobble together nothing explanation for them but a way in which they could be made intelligible in some way you know and that's the fascinating thing about paranormal phenomena if you if you followed them faithfully as it were a few research only thing in the whole they kind of educate you you know they lead you down the rabbit hole and it's always tempting to pull up short and to settle for some explanation some favorite cereal hypotheses unit but if he doesn't we because the trouble with settling for for women one theory is that it was experienced some other data but if you accept all the data then your kind of lunacy and you have to change your entire world view in order to accommodate them what what I laughingly call the facts well I mean it's true I what we're told what you use the phrase that you're expensive education tried to drum it idea that's a science education that's for our religious education and those two have been pounding on all of us you know centuries ago Youmans had sort of a better understanding of the natural world they were not at all uncomfortable with things like elves and fairies and brownies and trolls and leprechauns and a whole range of different creatures that they experienced encountered appreciated and thought they understood and all that's been pounded out of a science says it's not true religion tells us it might be true but it's evil right well that's right yes the the clipboard the DOCSIS I've always sought to to exclude what I call these diamonds which is a Greek word you know and it's a blanket term Foley's wonderful creatures of all folklore because they were commonly believed in and seeing amongst the ancient Greeks among the Romans amongst people in our own culture in western culture before we will go out so cool the license but I I I do agree with diamonds because they had all the characteristics that for instance elves and fairies do and and I thought it was just a useful way of of stuff he goes going back a bit lower than trying to go forward to see what puffs world views made of these things but the interesting thing about these diamonds is that they they have always been as it were marginal increases but the late always seek to subvert whatever kind of orthodox system is in place say for instance you know eat in medieval times with the church was you're in control of things visit the pesky elves and fairies and Bhagat said incident goblins and gnomes and only things of the common people believed they were real phone in that side you know the theologians had no real so for them the same of course applies today with our own orthodoxy the scientific orthodoxy which can just doesn't have room for them doesn't make caught make head or tail of the entities who can you write that tia the trouble is few people who've been brought up with the strict rationalistic principles can concentrate on anomalous phenomena for even an hour they're like classically trained musicians who can't listen to pop songs that that was a great way to put it yes yes I did write that yes are the only two people also think that scientists to prove you know these are by Monique events because they're kind of afraid of them but I just think I think that's probably not true they just kind of come here of you know if it they just take one look and think I'm not going there and who can blame them in a way but there are some people for whom it just existed this great fascination you know that when I left university I thought well you know you are going to get a job but before I get a job was going to have a world view you know I've got a sort of kind of know where I'm situated in the universe and I was I was without phone he has the ability in silence but we think you know you could have a worldview without including the seized by Monique St because they're possible both of the world and unfortunately I never did manage to you know fold that world view or other I never managed to fit the means by this is the world view I had to change my whole world views and and for me my great initiation into it the tadi different way of thinking was was through researching alchemy hence why but it's big book Mercurius which is a a study of alchemy and that was sort of my initiation into into the upside down world of of the daimon eight well let's talk about that a little bit because most of us have a concept of alchemy we've we've seen cartoons and movies that it's it's sorcerers trying to turn lead into gold it's much more than that clearly what it is George yes I mean it it is the most complicated under theory eighteen thing the the alchemist themselves never said that they were making goal they always said they were making philosophical go whatever that is but I was introduced to me through my interestingly great Swiss psychologist CG young who who founded committee of a counterpart to his own the psychology of the unconscious and you very much interested me for a long time because he's kind of model of what humans are made all of his most of the psyche was very congenial to me spoke to my experience and he was never told to me at school university you know you have to kind of discover you'll feel so and through him I got very interested in it and committee and realize that it was a kind of you know very anomalous activity where you're working with actual substances chemical substances but you're also working on yourself this is partly a psyche corporation apology a material operations another cool season very much seminal to the divine nation of the diamonds because they they are contradictory predictions and really is the most it's a difficult contradictions for us to grow this is the who's both material and non material at the same time or alternatively I we come ready go ahead throw about but of course that fits the that fits the experience the people have little things like fairies who can give you enough Steve blood but it seems to be completely saudades and then they vanish into thin air just like UFOs switch look like solid structure Croft one minute and then my office if possible speeds the next so alchemy I got the idea of the the Vince the psychic world with our view of the immaterial of the material world one source is in no position to each other they were like two sides of the same Corey if you could be both and rather than Ole that makes your ABS absolutely we're going to dig deeper into that but I want to touch on one of the team I in general that will also explore through the course next to ours it's you mentioned early in the book about arguing that the triviality and absurdity of so many visions and apparitions are an essential part of them it's sort of flies in the face of what we think of scientific and rational thought these days something's not reproducible it can't be real you know it's kind of fit in this narrow little box with the kinds of phenomena were we're gonna be discussing that you document in this book are trivial and absurd and contradictory all all that all at the same time yes absolutely and that's why that kind of you could easily overlook them you can think they're not important I always quote the the great Cinco CS Lewis who write the Narnia books but he was a great student of medieval literature and theology and so on as in his book the discarded image he paints a picture of the medieval universe with its tremendous it it's most it's tremendously orderly at the theological universe I did sort of like it's built like a great cathedral and the music of the spheres of playing and so on and off switch through describing this great model of the universe which is the very coherent and useful he poses and says you know the trouble is if there's one thing that doesn't fit into the into this model and that's these these elusive creatures the fairies and elves in the nose so what do we to make of the and he said well I don't know he said you know maybe the unimportance is their importance that they prevent this perfectly orthodox and correct vision of the universe from becoming too reaches that that sort of tricky agents which stop us from being too rigid in our mind sets which upset the apple cart which you're a witch mischievous and the knowing and couldn't have cheese and that for what diamonds always other always fixes that always mischievous and teasing as a diesel sometimes sinister in home full but they kind of break up any bodies the mobile world views gets to care and to rational unz to smog there's always some di Modica veins which which opens a crack in the fabric of it it's a it's like would you oppose you you made the comparison you know they're here one minute gone the next sometimes you can pick him up on radar and sometimes you can't you can see them with your eyes you can see him through instruments and sometimes you can't they give us glimpses when it's up to them to to do so and otherwise we don't we can't detect them at all and it's infuriating and confounding but that's the way it is yes absolutely Georgia yes I don't know what I was when I read the book a long time because we even before the internet was up and running which was a lot of research in books can you imagine that easy you know I I wondered if there would be any and the great developments in local in the Wonderful World of ufology which would render my book knowledge voice but you know I was going to get the if the aliens would actually land on the lawns of the White House and disprove my my view of what they might be but no such luck so I think my book well I would say this would not affect the my book still holds true as it well we'll we'll still holds good today I would have to agree there are I haven't this use the I haven't.

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The Harlem Globetrotters

The Past and the Curious

09:20 min | 5 months ago

The Harlem Globetrotters

"The Savoie ballroom was a jewel of jazz age. Chicago theatre opened in the nineteen twenties just before people in the United States were hit by the Great Depression which left many Americans poor and hungry throughout the difficult time. The Savoie was a place to find joy on the south side of Chicago. The building was regularly filled with residents from the largely African American neighborhood. Who gathered to dance to some of the biggest stars of the day count basie Duke Ellington Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong? Were just a few of the people who banged out. Tunes as people jibed across the giant DANCEFLOOR. Dancefloor was so big that it actually doubled as a basketball court for the Savoy. Big Five in the late. Nineteen twenty s the five-man team hosted games to fill the slow nights in the ballroom. A young man in cab. Calloway would sometimes seeing during halftime but back then basketball wasn't very popular people cared about contests like horse racing and boxing baseball. Not The five on five game that depended on getting a ball through a hoop. It was a long way from the sport. We know much slower and much lower scoring than today. This team from Chicago would eventually work to change that. But they're Savoie audience could never have guessed how at some point. There was a dispute among the players of the Savoie five and they broke up. Three of them led by Tommy. Brooklyn's start a new team and rename themselves. The globetrotters it was an era of barnstorming. And when not at the Savoy they set out from Chicago to tour the Mid West region of America there were no organized leagues of teams and players in the Nineteen Twenties and thirties. Instead semi professional teams would travel from town to town and earn money playing teams from whatever town they were in sometimes. Businesses might have a team of employees so a barnstorming team like the globetrotters might play against some guys who had spent the whole day assembling cars canning vegetables or even driving taxi caps. Other Times barnstorming might play a team made up of members of a religious group. The House of David. Those guys never shaved so they played basketball with beards down to their bellies. Making James Harden's beard look like a five o'clock shadow soon. A young Jewish immigrant named Abe Sapper. Steam entered the picture with the globetrotters. Abe was a terrible basketball player but his other skills were valuable. He knew a lot of people who did bookings and many of these towns and more importantly he had a car these five teammates and their manager. Abe would pile into his model t like sardines attend camp and hit those cold slick winter roads. It was the nineteen twenties and they understood that random people in random midwest towns might be surprised to find that all five members of the team coming to play their local guys were African Americans. There were very few professional sports comprised of African Americans at this point so they decided to alter their name to help people know what to expect at the time. The most notable and best all black basketball team was known as the Harlem rent which was short for the Harlem Renaissance in the Nineteen Twenties and early thirties. The New York neighborhood of Harlem was an epicenter of black culture and it was a time referred to as the Harlem Renaissance. People knew about these incredible artists and musicians. Who lived there along with the writers like Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston so the globetrotters who were very much from Chicago? Ask themselves how do we make ourselves sound dignified worldly and clearly a team of African Americans the Harlem Globetrotters? Will it matter that? We're not from Harlem that we've never tried it around the globe new super nope cool. Let's pile into a small unheeded car and go beat some people in basketball and they did just that it was remarkable. How good they are. They beat nearly every team from Wisconsin. Illinois Iowa anywhere else they went then they pile back into the car and head on down the road to the next game throughout the nineteen thirties. The team built up quite a reputation. They might have been the best basketball team in the world. No one agrees on how the famous tricks came into the game. A popular explanation is that they'd slip into the fun and flashy dribbles and drives after they safely put plenty of points on the board against their opponent. This did several things one it entertain the audience. Once the actual threat of competition was gone. No one wants to watch a blowout so a fun. Show of tricks kept the locals entertained but also no one wants to watch their local fellas get trounced a group from the city coming in and wiping the home team can really anger a local audience and the Harlem globetrotters new. This trick plays would thrill any crowd and win them over. The focus slowly became not about the final score but about how much fun it was to watch these incredible athletes and their astonishing an often humorous approach to the game. I we win. And then we cloud Abe Saperstein once said now most people agree that the real clowning didn't start until a man named goose. Tatum joined the team. Goose was an incredible athlete. Who could put the basket ball through the hoop with ease? But he also had a keen eye for comedy he found inspiration and funny movies and carefully watched the acts of clowns and other entertainers his favorite gags would show up on the basketball court. Sometimes goose would tiptoe over and pretend to spy on the opposing team's huddle all while making sure the audience in on the joke other times he'd hand the refs at trick ball after a timeout upon dribbling the ball. The referee grow angry because the ball never bounced back up. It just plopped devoid of air on the ground. Sometimes goose would disappear from the court altogether while the game continued only to be found in the audience eating popcorn. He even had a bit where he would pretend to be knocked unconscious on the court. The refs in his teammates would try everything to wake him up. But no amount of shaking or poking prodding would open his eyes. It was only the smell of his own Stinky Shoe. That would get him back up on his feet again. Much to the disgust delight of the audience in Nineteen forty-eight Abe Sapper Stein was with a friend who just so happened to own a basketball team called the Minnesota Lakers. The Lakers were the best team in the brand new professional basketball league which would soon become known as the NBA. The League did not allow black players on any of their teams regardless of League affiliation and regardless of the color of the player skin each man believed his team was the best in the world. They'd never meet in a league as it was so the natural solution was to stage an exhibition game between the Lakers and the globetrotters. It didn't seem so to the men at the time but game between an all white. Nba team and an all. Black semi pro team would prove monumental. Eighteen thousand people came out to watch which was easily twice. As many people as most professional basketball games would attract the time. And despite the fact that the Lakers star center who stood six speed and ten inches tall was seven inches taller than anyone else. On the court. The globetrotters one on a last second shot. It was a powerful moment. The next season those Lakers would go on to win the National Championship. But when they played the Harlem globetrotters a second time for a second exhibition between the two teams. The globetrotters came out on top yet again. The following year the NBA ended segregation and three of those same Laker Whooping Harlem globetrotters Chuck Cooper Nat Clifton and hang designee. Became three of the I four African Americans to join the League and play professional basketball. This was nineteen fifty three years. After Jackie Robinson had broken the color barrier in baseball the globetrotters still continue their entertaining shows today. Keeping the spirit of barnstorming alive. They get a lot of credit for how they support communities and bring joy to so many and educate kids about health. But it's easy to forget about how important they were in integrating professional basketball. They now tour and play with just one team often known as the Washington generals according to most sources the globetrotters have beaten the generals over sixteen thousand times. How many times have they lost though? That question is harder to answer. But it's just a few. The most recent globetrotter loss was way back in one thousand nine hundred seventy one when both teams lost track of the score when clock expired. The generals were ahead. That was not supposed to happen. And people expected the GLOBETROTTERS TO WIN. And it's usually agreed that they will today. It's all about the show the fun and the love of basketball not the competition. This is what made that loss. So shocking reports from nine hundred. Seventy one SE. The stands were filled with silent shocked faces and even a few crying children. Luckily it's been smiles for all since then

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"savoie" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:24 min | 7 months ago

"savoie" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Pacific Northwest and we're back in the Seattle kitchen work coming to you from the hot stove starting in the past couple weeks we've done a little cabbage like as and I'm are we telling the truth are we telling a lie but it reminds me that I love cabbage I love all sorts of ways and so I thought that because I saw it at the grocery store the other day it's so cheap Hannah comes in such different like when I was at the ranch ninety nine market you know these massive heads of cabbage for about nineteen cents a pound is not so cheap and there's something so many different kinds of cabbage weather's napa Savoie green it's just I just feel like we don't use enough cabbage so you know my intense desire and love and respect for cabbage rolls so yeah I'm gonna leave those out of the mix but one goes they're delicious I know they're delicious I have a real spy have a real passion for high I think it's a great entry for somebody who cooks a little bit to think they don't like cabbage to make them change their mind well you know it's interesting also people really perceive it as an old fashioned dish when I got it for evening magazine and I do spots and evening magazine the comments that came in on the magazine worse like Tom is the twentieth century get over it blah blah so people do not know why yeah no idea how great cabbage can be especially to eventual anyway so chef I'm going to hand you a two pound head of Savoy cabbage what are you gonna do with it what I'm gonna do boy can't wait I should probably say Savoy cabbage is that real wrinkly kind of brain right looking cabbage right yeah so I'm gonna do half of it I'm gonna do as a sad but a warm salad you know I think it's one thing that cabbage skills people because he's another one of those green leaf one it will so I think by giving it a quick sear on you so you should let you Julian the the cabbage so basically shredded and then you take a very hot pan you with your pain is really really hot and at the last minute you drop it you drop the cabbage and a little bit of sesame oil in there and you toss it around sesame seed toss the whole thing around together and then take a nice little duck breast this and make a nice little ducks and that was the whole thing cabbage.

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"savoie" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"savoie" Discussed on Here & Now

"Also has a bit of a sweetness and again is very good raw or cooked. And then it goes on Savoie cabbage is gorgeous. It has a like a waffle knit texture to the leaves. It's kind of ruffled, and it's used a lot in French cooking. The leaves are big. So they're great for stuffing. I loved stuff cabbage. It's classic eastern. European Jewish dish Napa cabbage is quite different. It's sometimes called Chinese cabbage. And it doesn't look like a head of cabbage its elongated. It's light green leaves. And it's super crunchy again, great and stir fries or you can use the cabbage leaf as like a taco shell. You could stir fry pork or chicken and put a filling intermingle modest strap. Yes, exactly. But it gives it a great, and it's also used quite a bit in spicy kimchi. So Cathy with all these amazing things about cabbage that you're telling us about why do you think it's not more popular? I am not sure. Because the other thing we haven't talked about are the health benefits. I mean, you would think that if you ate cabbage every day, you would never get any disease for the rest of your life. You name it. And it supposedly keeps that away. It's kind of insane. I think it's considered peasant food, and we're predisposed to thinking that things that have a bit of an odor, are inexpensive and are connected to peasant cooking are somehow not desirable. But I would think it's exactly the opposite that chicken and red cabbage stew to me is like the finest food you can eat. I just fell in love with it this past week cooking, all these different things for you. And I think people will be really surprised to see how versatile it is..

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"savoie" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"savoie" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"My favorite is charred. I love charred, but Gail can you grow it in the wintertime? Yes. You can plant it now seeds or plants. All right, there you go charge year round. Green pleasure. All right. Hey, nancy. Good job, by the way, charred by the way can be beautiful the rainbow chard with its yellow or red. Not STAN what's it called the rib ran the rib in the middle of the just gorgeous. And there's even some very gated leaf varieties as well. Pot of gold is a nice one to it's got the really orangey gold rib, and it's smaller. So it goes real well in a container pot of gold. Right. I'll make a note of that Nancy. Good jobs all be sending you that from the Sacramento county, master, gardeners and master food preservers. Thank you. All right. Thanks for playing. Our little game. Nancy? Appreciate it. All right. Hey, we got all five callers in good for us. All right. So in the two or three minutes, we have left here. Gale well for you. Anyway, I just I just keep talking. What cool season vegetables? Did we not talk about that? We should talk about you know, there's one that people try to plant, and they ask questions about and my reply to them is usually why why do you want to even try, and that's brussel sprouts and Brussels sprouts even though it's a cool season. Vegetable everything I hear basically says planted in July. Actually, Brussels sprouts do best on the coast. If you think of Half Moon bay area because our climate is not quite conducive for getting good sprouts. We grew it several years ago. I wanna save five or six years ago at the horticulture center and Oliver sprouts instead of having little firm cabbage heads all opened up, and it's because we were too warm to warm too quick. Yeah. So brussel sprouts are fun to try, but don't expect that they'll look like the firm little heads that you get at the grocery store the other cool season crops. We didn't talk about and maybe give us some tips on growing it is cabbage cabbage. Yeah. Would recommend growing. More of a loose type of a cabbage instead of the heading quite so much like think of a Napa cabbage a little more loose those little easier to grow. So I have a list here. Tell me which one of these is the loosest early Anna Copenhagen market, Savoie king or burpee hybrid. I don't have a clue. I'm not a cabbage grower. When we have tried growing cabbage before they headed cabbage. We had a tough time heads would tend to split. And so that had to do with Iran mental conditions. We gave it too much water. It was too mature. We are actually growing a hitting cabbage in our all America selection bed. So we'll see how that does. But in the past we've not had great luck growing headed cabbage. Napa cabbage does a little better for us say something nice about kohlrabi. Oh, I love kohlrabi it kind of alien looking pretty easy to grow. And you're growing it for the route. It's actually an enlarged stem, and it's above the ground. So you what is yes. So the little softball size or smaller baseball sized or smaller is going to be honest system, come out of the ground. Then this bulb and then the leaves on top, and you can actually eat the leaves as well just like you would any other Brassica Z near the cabbage and kale to show. You my inexperience with it. What does it taste like? Kind of tastes. I hate to say this kind of turn. Out broccoli radish. She cabinet taste. What do you do with it? You can eat it raw in Europe. They cook. It a lot. I haven't tried cooking it much use. I just eat it raw. Okay. And I imagine can be planted fairly close together. Probably eight inches. Maybe. Okay. Because the plant itself the leaves can get pretty big tall. So the varieties. I have written down here on one of my cool season. Recommendations are Earl Earl early white Vienna and sweet Vienna. And there's a Conan and Colibri. There's a number of there's not a lot of varieties of Caraba out there. But it'd be half dozen or so most of them are going to be pale green some of them have purple skin. But the the inside is going to be the same kind of white on all of them. And it looks like September October November the best months to play full Robbie, correct? All right. There you go. Hey, Gayle pather. Thank you so much for driving by and talk in vegetables with us. I appreciate it and one correction. Okay. Not only did. I screw up the fertilization pollination that was nothing. I know. But. Turpin Lloyd's that I said caused bitterness in cucumbers that's in carrots that's caused as the so penis bitterness in carrots. It's cooker bit assassins in cucumbers, they can cause the bitterness. Well, there goes your eight. Plus there we go. Well. I'll settle for an a all right now. You did Fine Gael path. Our you can find her at the barracks horticulture center, a any workshop day in the workshops are once a month, and they will start up again in January, usually I think the January is a Saturday one. And essentially what the second Saturday Saturday. This year this year it was January twentieth. So that'd be probably about the third January Saturday in January. Okay. He'll be a workshop and of course, harvest next August first Saturday in August. All right ever that is this year look for Gail at the. Vegetables section there at the fair oaks horticulture center. Thank you Gail. Appreciate it. It was fun. While we come back. We're talking about all America selections winners about what's new and we're going to do that. When we come back to get growing on toxics, fifty K S T. Celebrate national philanthropy day on.

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"savoie" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"savoie" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"There was no funny business application the process the interview was no, different than anybody. Else's other than security arrangements facilitate today but no transparency either the exact route the president's inlaws took to citizenship remains a mystery samba speculated that they may have been helped by the policy the president refers to as chain migration policy he has. On several occasions, demanded an end to wins news time seven. Oh four the Wake Forest basketball coach under arrest tonight. Here about this is in connection with that incident on, Sunday where a guy. Was punched in fell to the. Ground Head and died incident happened in Long Island city police say the victim Savoie Zibo was. Possibly drunked and walked along the street banging on people's cars they say that's when. Djamil Jones from current Avila North Carolina got out of his SUV. And punched him cops as Abu fell to the, ground hit his head and never recovered from his. Injuries the trying to determine if the punch killed him Jones meantime is being. Held tonight he's an assistant basketball coach at Wake Forest this happened. Again when the, victim allegedly walked up to the man's SUV knocked on the window that man police say was. Jones the New York Post again, saying Jones, is an assistant basketball coach gang related brawl has prompted a lockdown up at, the great meadow, correctional facility in upstate Comstock New York not far from, the Vermont border details sketchy but whatever happened you know it and to be. Pretty bad because governor Cuomo himself said to. Be headed that way to check things out we'll keep you posted. On. That mayor. De Blasio led a rally in union square today to celebrate New York becoming the first city to put a cap on the number of Uber and other app Licenses he says Uber's yellow Cavs no matter how. You look at it there are just too many cars on the streets these days he said so the taxi drivers for the four higher vehicle drivers it has meant their livelihood are being steadily destroyed People who wants expected a good income and, a pathway to middle class. Now forced to live on poverty wages the mayor has an actually signed the Bill, just yet though it certainly appears he plans to opponents say it will make it harder for people to get a. Ride in the city especially in the outer boroughs they're also wondering if it's just, a response to political donations, from the taxi industry you can count the cabbie's at the rally today among, the caps supporters who broke out in a chant about drivers defeating billionaires AccuWeather says mainly clear tonight. With a low of seventy two in town sixties out in the. Suburbs. A little. Nicer tomorrow makes clouds it started off. Very warm throughout the day but a shower late in the day and at night high tomorrow Eighty-eight tomorrow night's low seventy one we're at eighty five degrees right now. In midtown, wins, news time, seven oh six the NYPD detailing a. Bunch of arrests at the queen's bridge houses in Long Island. City where. The violence seems to have gotten out of hand lately, Juliet Papa with more tonight in two thousand sixteen The city and the nation's largest housing development was shooting free that last year according to deputy inspector Don bowler that began to change we, started the investigation because we. Solo spike in violence a lot of sale could be related and it has with, conductors and we're getting ready to wrap it up within the last two months devices really increased there were five shootings. One of them fatal since this past January police arrested twenty do people this morning, some of them members of, the bloods gang police say drug sales were occurring in apartments or stairwells lots, of traffic in and out at all times of day and night Juliet Papa Tinton wins at police. Headquarters because of their life saving rolled in our healthcare system Nassau. District. Attorney Madeline. Singer says it's essential that only licensed. Professionals be allowed to teach nursing students well it seems that's not what was happening at Adelphi university and borough of Manhattan community college says Sophia Clark of new Hyde Park had been teaching nursing at both those schools even. Though she had her nurse's license revoked, several years, ago, because of a criminal conviction with that Clark has been arrested now on grand larceny charges and faces as many as seven. Years behind bars if he is convicted freaky Friday heading back to the big screen but. Not the original. Seventies version or even the Lindsay Lohan remake it's a brand new version featuring Broadway. Star, Heidi Licken staff along with actress and singer cozy ziltser always bright she's articulate. She has a wonderful mind she's special Oh that's scary but if you expect a new, freaky Friday to be like either of the other ones looking staff and Dorf. Says Lou think again it's one of the, things that I love about this property because I feel like for every generation we keep having a freaky Friday and I think the kids, today are going to look at the at our movie. And say this is what. My life looks like there's so much social media involved and of course, you, can guess the new. Freaky Friday when else but Friday also known as tomorrow happening on the Disney channel police in hackers, town New. Jersey had to double as herders when dozens of goats. And sheep escape last night from the Hackett sound livestock auction who wouldn't have they say an unsecured. Gate got pushed open somehow allowing the animals to roam free four a little bit on the streets. The officers with the help of a few good Samaritans eventually got, the animals morale then resecure at the gate with a piece of..

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"savoie" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"savoie" Discussed on WLAC

"A driver take the lady back to the savoie arms yes no not the savoie arms how's that no more park avenue and fifty eighth i don't wanna go back there i wanna stay here why how never win my wings now i'll be drummed out i'll be reclassified didn't we have a wonderful time don't you have everything you want mr kavingere you wanna make me the happiest girl in the world the knock it off with the park avenue penthouse disable the whole bit i wanted the way it was the way unstable unresolved unemployed disconnected discombobulated them behind and my rent but that's for me that and bowling babysitting and potato pancakes hell mr cabinet all right miss grab hyperlink you're making an awful mistake i tried god knows i tried can you hear me up there you can't take that away from me what are you say hey top of the morning joe on this batato pancakes stuff how many eggs an even dozen i'll be down in a minute.

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"savoie" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"savoie" Discussed on WLOB

"Lady says reenty aggie sable coat throw you driver take the lady back to the savoie arms now not the savoie arms how's that no more park avenue and fifty eighth i don't wanna go back there i wanna stay here why how never win my wings now i'll be drummed out i'll be reclassified didn't we have a wonderful time don't you have everything you want easter calendar you wanna make me the happiest girl in the world the knock it off with the park avenue penthouse the sable the whole bit and wanted the way it was the way unstable unresolved an unemployed disconnected discombobulated and behind and my rent but that's for me that and bowling babysitting and potato pancakes how about it mr cabinet all right miss grab but hyperlink you're making an awful mistake i tried god knows i tried can you hear me up there you can't take that away from me what do you say hey top of the morning joe on this potato pancakes stuff how many eggs an even dozen i'll be down in a minute.

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"savoie" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"savoie" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Driver take the lady back to the savoie arms no not the savoie arms how's that no more park avenue and fifty eighth i don't wanna go back there i wanna stay here why how never win my wings now i'll be drummed out i'll be reclassified getting we have a a wonderful time don't you have everything you want mr calendar you wanna make me the happiest girl in the world the knock it off with the park avenue penthouse the sable the whole bit i wanted the way it was the way unstable unresolved an unemployed disconnected discombobulated them behind in my rent but that's for me that and bowling babysitting and potato pancakes all right mitch grab but i think you're making an awful mistake i tried god knows i tried can you hear me up there you can't take that away from me what do you say hey tap of the morning joe on this potato pancakes stuff how many eggs an even dozen i'll be down in a minute.

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"savoie" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"savoie" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"Now the league goes just on it vine was better than this because like vine wasn't really social media platform it was in it was short form entertainment channel featuring content that did not exist in has not existed since it was your somebody that you know part of your job at poly gun used to be producing like unique video content and now that you have job i know i need divine outlet then i need v three just time for sure i am sad that it's gone but i still a vine still lives on in like compilation videos that are on youtube and i watched these several times a week of of just the best the best stuff not out of pure nostalgia but because it's like another it's different form of entertainment that i enjoy that doesn't exist anywhere else on earth what is your first thing my first thing is ted talk a ted talks very specific ted talk okay it's called why you don't like the sound of your own voice now hold on a minute you don't like the sound of your own voice i didn't used to until we started doing this that used to it okay so this is a phd candidate at mit their media lab program it's rebecca klein burger and she gives a talk about the different voices we have an and why there's a disconnect between hearing your voice on a recording versus how you hear it in your own head so the different voices is normal voice savoie angry voice in michael cain i think those before has normal voice angry son and then walked will.

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"savoie" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"savoie" Discussed on From Scratch

"Darrelle there were not many colors to choose from a you know at the time what what companies did you use dream even remember as eyeroll hiked remember they will only two one was revlon and the other was l'oreal and that's the joke of a whole story and they are i am twenty nine years later selling my baby to l'oreal your father also was complicit in this nail polish love affair of yours he would take you to an apothecary owned by his brother a owned guy a row i'd to pick out even more colors absolutely do you know with the um maxtor's on fifth avenue in fifty nine streeton that's they used to be a hotel called the savoie plaza hotel and that's where all go ralph had his apothecary and we go visit uncle ralph on sunday after the lower east side and my dad with me pick up colors that i would hold in my hand as my conscience that that whole week i want to talk about partnerships the most important of which was with your husband max or tino and who was the ceo for a while yet before you sold the company to l'oreal how did you meet max met max in california at a trade show he wanted a by the only publication that was available at that time which was called mainly manicure in instead of purchasing mainly manicure ing he met esi and he was really originally from rome italy and living in california and at the time he he was he was in business with his exwife selling jewelery for the nails correct.

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"savoie" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"savoie" Discussed on The Changelog

"Quite a bit omena ovation death was company engulfed of its in defeated off the internet communications messaging space savoie silver ib etcetera and them in the same way i see things that have been engaged in a security and also opensource seen good some of the critical components dare inspiring a number of firm other developers tsa out are inspiring gore so a number of other companies said to create the a good solutions to secure solutions and ultimately down at the some point of time mayor hopefully ah gaining get the same adoption raid as set we gain net on the s speech coding side day bid dead that bartee c uh being open source stem from will build at them at some point of time and as you may know mostapha echoed the death was there opensource sta the very beginning get or by bharti see was a dan negligible ip solution skoda duck the google acquired knack i'm glad you said that 'cause i wanted to make sure that we if not gone deep here carr's maybe now is not the right time but mentioned that i'll be c is internet low bit rate kodak which ultimately became web rtc it was initially released the stall baseball mckee pieces free information will will lincoln the shuts but initially was 2004 written nc and is a three clause bse license but is now owned by new and was ultimately opens in you know turned into web rt she said this all this work deger seeing that helped you have faith in believe in open source was this initial kodak which became web rtc salikh for those listening light that's a massive amount of history and huge lesson for allen to learn around this thing i mean that's that's his so crazy to hear that backstory and today we have with rtc it's it's just amazing how that that thing.

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"savoie" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"savoie" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Thanks as something that only your uncle raanan you're you're and ruth would be doing while they played can astor but for twentysomethings is you know it is the the mixed drink that's what they love and they regard us so wind guzzlers with are swirling glasses in our long polls in our arzalluz and catch you taste the the terroir are in there they regard us with some embarrassment they regard us in fact christopher with the same embarrassment with which we regarded are uncles than anson parents when they were having bronx is in manhattan's and oldfashioned well i'm going to have to side with your son on this because my i have a mixed drink every evening an old fashion and i i'll say to things there's a lovely quote from the nineteen 25 savoie hotel cocktail book uh one of the first and the bartender said cocktails should be had cold and fast in so i i like that image of making a mixed rank and drinking it fast and coal the second is a cocktail is a recipe there's no recipe for wine is the you have different components and you can used it a hundred different kinds of bidders at different kinds of simple syrups a different kinds of 'river says perben different brands it there's a lot to do there there's a there's a formula there's personal taste there's my personal version i think it's perfectly suited to generation that is infinitely interested in the in the specifics of enjoyment well you have anticipated mike in clashes are quite precisely the first part of it i think is true and i will confess that after a lifetime of winedrinking i now have come to love a jot of dark rum mixed with coconut water or lime or any of the other wonderful things you can mix dark room with before i open a bottle of wine this my wife also views this with some alarm but i think the second thing is the crucial take you know one of the most influential and important piece.

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"savoie" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"savoie" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"The ceylon dow doug chandler parsons said boys audrey my savoie stu readers instagram it's wild the me that someone who has been on my shoes knows how hard it is to get here and knows how bad injuries sought to hate so hard you mad i can provide for my family i'll love the game because a chinese arteries you make no sense and some bitter nba's brotherhood stop hayden well after steven jackson guy don't giggling gear a few those he we took part of the mat let me read you and by the way i'm not being facetious when i say i think steven jackson is a basketball poet in all like malta and all these weird plays like poet laureate i tried to get myself appointed the cbs sports radio poet laureate but it was pointed out to me that we don't have one and i'm not poets was just a bad fit i am series when i say steven jackson has a basketball poet here's is take down here's responds to parsons you are not my brother sorry all basketball players ain't cool facts i've been better than you and still is the fact is it sucks to see guys may coaches look bad because they don't want to give a hundred and ten percent i love the game always have we didn't take the same path we are completely different it's shatabdi heard like you think as much as i'd been hated because i speak facts anybody would want me over you as a teammate uh i hate to see where the game is headed on from port arthur texas you wouldn't know the path i took now all i disagree with the direction the game is headed i do agree that there's too much camaraderie among guys that should be enemies and that in order this is one of the reasons i like save two i like off than to people especially those who say what they believe despite or even because as long as they believe it it leads to difficult moments we are at weird society we're not very polite one another right renounce plight as we used to be we don't hold doors i was walking through brooklyn today to go get a coffee and cocoa gene o f hat she had been 85 or woman spelled out and i re.

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"savoie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"savoie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"He's played fifty four road games as a pro forma number one overall pick yeah number one right now the highest paid player in the nfl bacon based on circumstances whatever i don't know i thought my head i'm gonna say he'd better have at least one twenty he's twenty and thirty four on the road and ice now i know i'm series the bad i know that they're its teamwork in defense in all line he's never had a running game i guy no i know but when you the former number one overall pick and i've got people i respect immensely like phil telling me that matthew stafford is truly absolutely what are the best in the nfl when more than twenty out of fifty four games yeah it's just so hard velgo that'd be tcas think about hard for eli or or mattering or drew brees or tara radio or further rivers or not or cam newton what he's healthy but also but also be thinking about the organisation's around them think about the general managers that matt savoie air says they are excuses but it matter aging constructing a team is is so much a part of success and getting guys that mess together and then obviously more importantly guy's got to stay healthy i mean they can even think about last year with all the meal comefrombehind victories and this is the year we're finally figuring it out were a couple of years pat were past mega drawn down he's got to actually learn how to throw the ball a draft is kid out of nebraska mira abdulah who just was marvellous and and training camp and it goes down right it was it's like every single year something happens edit the rails of the good feeling that you half of the detroit lions iraq i feel like we've been saying there on the for a decade i haven't been saying that item night i don't believe in stafford to win enough as most do i i lower it while at this point how can you be is he just hasn't done it when they have decent seasons it's like the the top end is nine.

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"savoie" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"savoie" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Is well acquainted with the touch of a happiness is a warm got what's the beating there yeah right he's happy give this firing his gun you're fired your fake news meaningless lyrics put a great song you want to figure out what's there maybe there is i mean but i don't think there is a bit brilliant riding but it doesn't make any sense you know what i mean like who knows i don't know what these writing stupor drunken stupor drugs stupefied on eld great song can you i am not big news explain to me what happiness is a warm gun means without googling it yeah bang bang shoot shoot that's what it means how about the the one that with that lie a cool deiss apple tart don't don't don't turn out as struck something's truffle the show shuffle of tropical the half drift the first was at the something truffle it's on the way down the truffle the something truffle the we're going to help me i hear my guys aren't one on how 'cause they phnom right and then you know needles truffle song shuffles onthego k any this call savoie trouble the savoie trout though there is nothing in that song that has any meaning explain what that is what's the savelya truffle what are they thinking about cool tangerine nice apple tart laura you tell me that has more meaning than than turnaround bright isan the what is the meaning than what is the meaning you don't even know the meaning is how pay how can you tell me it has mormon this woman you're even know the meaning of that one is you are fake news you've been proven none of the songs i've mentioned you you can explain none of them each cut me off your she's got now because he's trying to say that's it i'm done is the savoie truffle bump burn whatever you know what i'm talking about now will come up and plan that's fine but anyway she gets she's gonna sing a total of to the heart on the cruise ship and my producers are biased the fake news on the bigger and better stories what worth city council spent five hours listening like three hundred people and you.

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