21 Burst results for "Schloss"
"schloss" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State
"Informal we have to tell you to Mazda said your husband than some packaged in mouth towels. Several days. Before American army came to a set kemp said was like a death sentence for me. I had really hoped all time. We would be feminine again and eventually that feedback how it used to be. been vanity alleged never ever happen and became more depressed sentences account. Because in the campaign to use all mustangs to stay alive. Because assault get bank eventually to the same knife at before but bonetti alleged can never ever happen. I've wanted to commit suicide. Found Dave ran not, Of Massa, dad she headed. Date first of January nineteen, forty six. Man. Said Life Without. End My father is completely useless and I don't really want to carry on living. So in the camp at never ever saw the giving up but then after watts of us. A miserable because he alleged, how can that exit spit out my family in a stage county because we had lived alien freedom only a few months in Holland. Than Already occupied. Hiding so Holland, on for me a stage continuity. and. Felt completely lost. Ends AD for of hatred, of course. Event later on holiday to Switzerland. Because auto at. Fantasies. And a her German which was my mastung have felt like ice. Could Stand Evans language. So it was. Really extremely hard to try to make another life again. Yes. You know when I talk to my grandma who lost both her mother and father in the concentration camp of channel? No. According to the Red Cross. She talked to me in very graphic terms about having to say goodbye to them at Vienna station at a train station. Heading, for Prague, and that she had what can be best described as another breakdown. When she came to England without any money at all, but just a sister. Who Live nearby and they were housemates. They were around city is old and then. Something deep inside them. Made them want to live reconstitute their lives. Find Mary. And that's that's that's what they did. They settled down they lived in in one room in Sutton Coldfield. On the outskirts of Birmingham and they started to rebuild their lives and when I think about the progress they cheap in Birmingham by nineteen, fifty five, they had their own shopping business they had their own with mortgage. My grandpa on the poos because he was a football expert, he wants something like four hundred pounds because a lot of money and he bought a fridge in a television and all these kind of beautiful things..
"schloss" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State
"This S Charlie Goals Jewish. . States those who listen for those who are willing to listen. . Now. . Thank you very much. . tweed action. . and. . I've. . Lived a long time and have experienced a lot of wonderful things but Israel. . I'm believable Bihar. . And of course, , it leaves it says sign on my <hes> way overlooking. . World. . Let's just bring it back to today in this country. . I think it's fair to say that British Jews experienced a visceral form of antisemitism that they have never done before with the election of Jeremy Corbyn, , the leader ship of the Labor Party and the genuine threat that should he have won the election in December twenty nine hundred thank goodness didn't that Future, , existence in the united. . Kingdom. . was under threats. . Can I ask you in this for years of quite quite considerable pain for the Jewish community here? ? Could you feel parallels with what she experienced in Vienna announced the damage as a child not at all not at all and no people's starting to be afraid he upset about it. . But as always say Sicily announcing and you know unfortunately antisemitism has always been and always be I don't know why but it is affects. . Who is essential his and? ? It does it's just. . It's language. . So it's subsequent assist inborn in the people, , but it is thus <unk>. . Mention it just same. . Like what this I'm doesn't. Nazi. . . Time. . So I must say, , it doesn't really bother me and mustard personally offend million may. . Not experienced any antisemitism in again thank you for making that clear. . Now, , you lived in the same apartment block in Amsterdam and frank, , and you were only a month apart in Asian. . Playmates together in <hes> early teenage, , and then in nineteen forty two, , you both went into hiding to avoid the Nazi effort to capture Jews in Amsterdam. . Now, , you'll family was captured by the Nazis after being betrayed by double agent in the Dutch underground and transported to Auschwitz. . You father and brother didn't survive the ordeal, , but you and your mother were barely alive while you afraid by Soviet troops in nineteen, , forty five. . How Did it feel. . To have left your home city of the Anna. . To try and create new life understood them. . And for that to happen to you, , even as you fled from way you used to. . Well as it was. . At tangible tangible time. . Have a very happy little girl in Australia had old plaza who was <hes> <unk>. . Like older process should be very protective for me. . I have a sort of a viable child. . It was much more <hes> at a bookworm and he had to be all his stories which he was dating <unk> <hes>. . Again. . Pants. . Kaslow's advice Elliott wonderful family life, , and then to go to Belgium. . Glad we got out of Australia Benny. Many . of our family members didn't because it was spent thirty eight. . It was very difficult to get past the German Jews had already gone to England and land, , and France and everywhere, , and most of those companies did the daily want any more Jews? ? So only if you're somebody special. . <unk> got visas any more. . But <unk> advising referenced in Jim and then Mefatha actually lift in Holland and remain Belgium, , and of course, , the war stock that my father had asked to get as well to Holland because in a war board as will be closed and view may not be able to see. . So in in forties ewing's a wall that in February nineteen forty because visas to for three months to visit by Fassa in in Holland. . So relief like you say on the same <hes> Dressy not an apartment block, , it was a hold area of. . More than it'll buildings and there was eleven years old. . But of course, , you know ahead on trust French said ahead to Dutch Andam. . <unk> difficult to accept that Baz also children and even by the teaches and. . So lost all my confidence. . became shy Biz stone but <unk> friendly and eventually settled down. . But of course, , the Nazis invaded. . And, , of course, , a measures <unk> Jewish people started to come. . And for two years VI IN FIA to be arrested. . And in nineteen forty two, , then southbound young people go to call up notice <hes> have to come to a place respect pex given exactly start Schefter Blake to <unk> deported to Germany to work in German factories. . But Zach to him benighted forty-two most of German Jews had been deported to get us or two camps. . So why on Earth should your one more young Jewish be to Cup to Germany? ? So Zet sit time when Anna's Fazah auto frank and my father and many other Jewish feminists is cited civil send Sam young people, , but we would go into hiding. . While I was just sit at ten years old. . And my father called us together. . And he said, , hence, , you not going to set you we going to hiding. . But we couldn't find a family who was to take it for people. . So we have split up. . I go visit my Mazda enhance feel bismuth files. . And that started to cry. . And did not want to be separated the game. .
Eva Schloss on Holocaust forgiveness
"This S Charlie Goals Jewish. States those who listen for those who are willing to listen. Now. Thank you very much. tweed action. and. I've. Lived a long time and have experienced a lot of wonderful things but Israel. I'm believable Bihar. And of course, it leaves it says sign on my way overlooking. World. Let's just bring it back to today in this country. I think it's fair to say that British Jews experienced a visceral form of antisemitism that they have never done before with the election of Jeremy Corbyn, the leader ship of the Labor Party and the genuine threat that should he have won the election in December twenty nine hundred thank goodness didn't that Future, existence in the united. Kingdom. was under threats. Can I ask you in this for years of quite quite considerable pain for the Jewish community here? Could you feel parallels with what she experienced in Vienna announced the damage as a child not at all not at all and no people's starting to be afraid he upset about it. But as always say Sicily announcing and you know unfortunately antisemitism has always been and always be I don't know why but it is affects. Who is essential his and? It does it's just. It's language. So it's subsequent assist inborn in the people, but it is thus Mention it just same. Like what this I'm doesn't. Nazi. Time. So I must say, it doesn't really bother me and mustard personally offend million may. Not experienced any antisemitism in again thank you for making that clear. Now, you lived in the same apartment block in Amsterdam and frank, and you were only a month apart in Asian. Playmates together in early teenage, and then in nineteen forty two, you both went into hiding to avoid the Nazi effort to capture Jews in Amsterdam. Now, you'll family was captured by the Nazis after being betrayed by double agent in the Dutch underground and transported to Auschwitz. You father and brother didn't survive the ordeal, but you and your mother were barely alive while you afraid by Soviet troops in nineteen, forty five. How Did it feel. To have left your home city of the Anna. To try and create new life understood them. And for that to happen to you, even as you fled from way you used to. Well as it was. At tangible tangible time. Have a very happy little girl in Australia had old plaza who was Like older process should be very protective for me. I have a sort of a viable child. It was much more at a bookworm and he had to be all his stories which he was dating Again. Pants. Kaslow's advice Elliott wonderful family life, and then to go to Belgium. Glad we got out of Australia Benny. Many of our family members didn't because it was spent thirty eight. It was very difficult to get past the German Jews had already gone to England and land, and France and everywhere, and most of those companies did the daily want any more Jews? So only if you're somebody special. got visas any more. But advising referenced in Jim and then Mefatha actually lift in Holland and remain Belgium, and of course, the war stock that my father had asked to get as well to Holland because in a war board as will be closed and view may not be able to see. So in in forties ewing's a wall that in February nineteen forty because visas to for three months to visit by Fassa in in Holland. So relief like you say on the same Dressy not an apartment block, it was a hold area of. More than it'll buildings and there was eleven years old. But of course, you know ahead on trust French said ahead to Dutch Andam. difficult to accept that Baz also children and even by the teaches and. So lost all my confidence. became shy Biz stone but friendly and eventually settled down. But of course, the Nazis invaded. And, of course, a measures Jewish people started to come. And for two years VI IN FIA to be arrested. And in nineteen forty two, then southbound young people go to call up notice have to come to a place respect pex given exactly start Schefter Blake to deported to Germany to work in German factories. But Zach to him benighted forty-two most of German Jews had been deported to get us or two camps. So why on Earth should your one more young Jewish be to Cup to Germany? So Zet sit time when Anna's Fazah auto frank and my father and many other Jewish feminists is cited civil send Sam young people, but we would go into hiding. While I was just sit at ten years old. And my father called us together. And he said, hence, you not going to set you we going to hiding. But we couldn't find a family who was to take it for people. So we have split up. I go visit my Mazda enhance feel bismuth files. And that started to cry. And did not want to be separated the game.
"schloss" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Must've saw his mother so if we can't bring people to that level where they as human beings beings whether this is now about violence or about war war balked environment of about investments with this. If you bring it to that level I think will make it. I stink that people send feel that living in a very dark time and what what are you grateful for right now in the world. What what gives you hope? We're where does your gratitude find? An abundant place to land rover wandering already said that's on the larger scale Looking back and seeing that are the most difficult experiences always lead to something new and even something better than even culturally even geopolitically born but in order to keep us going This enough to be grateful for the next breath because it's not to be taken for granted that I can take another breath and if I think of billions of people who have breathing difficulties and yeah I can't believe just remember now just because leg. Thank you so much fun really really wonderful to be. I'm sorry very to now to keep spoon or listen to audio. Go have a talk. Tonight can boost very badly scheduled. Yeah well it was. It's been such a pleasure for us to come here to be here. Maybe you can still see a little bit. We're going to that weekend and salt for and I have a friend who works at Schloss Leopold's corn. So she's GonNa get wrong has for cross. Can I hope so too? Low pressure will let you know in this area..
NJ plane crash: Pilot killed was renowned Manhattan cardiologist
"Seven seventy four year old Manhattan cardiologists Michael Schloss was killed yesterday when the small plane he was flying crash right into a house in a section of Woodbridge New Jersey it was a great murky morning in the crash took place here in Berkeley Avenue this is a densely packed a residential street the airport is fewer than five miles away in Stephen Smith knew something was wrong I heard a plane kinda coming low is making that state tobacco like he you know like it's coming down noise then there was a real like three calls for about two seconds and there was a massive boom the check my wheel house the NTSB reports it was his Cessna four fourteen it's believed the pilot was the only occupant remarkably nobody on the ground with her Jerry Bardolino lives two doors down I came out I thought it was just an unbelievable price I had no idea and I look and and the houses in flames I mean the flames which is unbelievable the upper floor was loved it and looks like a house his total loss in colonia Peter has told WCBS newsradio
Pilot killed after plane crashes into New Jersey home
"Several residents of the central New Jersey community of colonia reported hearing a late morning explosion it was a small plane slamming into a home that was destroyed by fire the pilot identified a seventy four year old Manhattan cardiologists doctor Michael Schloss was the only one on board WCBS reporter Peter Haskell with more the top floor of this two story house was obliterated the twin engine Cessna has slammed into the back creating a massive crash in Shelton felt something hit her house and rushed outside you could just see this huge plume of black smoke and a ball of orange flames thirty forty feet in the air absolutely amazing the plane was heading to nearby Linden airport in the pilot was believed to be the only one on board Woodbridge mayor John McCormick's his fortunately no one on the ground was hurt you know you have to remember there's a school right around the corner so thank god with you know several hundred kids in school thank god the plane down anywhere near the school to homes on either side of eighty four Berkeley Avenue were also damaged in colonia Peter has told WCBS newsradio eight
"schloss" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"schloss" Discussed on Slate Money
"Oh possibly the emperor june thomas is here. I just wanna it'd be clear felix that this is not a podcast. It's just a precursor to see if i might be open to podcasting perfect okay one of these days. I'm gonna teach you about off. The record means okay but june is is a is a poor knife def- who doesn't really understand the ways of the world <hes> you who brought in a piece of paper. What is your piece of paper. It is a printout of the poem when you lucy's by alfred lord tennyson which clearly is the key to all of succession. I'm so into this because when we're getting a little ahead of ourselves in this episode so but a certain point logan brings back frank and he gives me watch and on the back of the watch is a quotation from this poem. I believe it says some work of noble note may yet be done and of course i mean that immediately suggested to me ulysses by alfred lord tennyson is indeed a poem. It's kind of poem poem about <hes> a lion in winter and <hes> kind of raging against the light and getting one less deal before you get snuffed out. That's logan. I i did not realize that it was tennyson because there was all of that talk before he got invited back to the corporate retreat in hungarian schloss schloss of shakespeare something so i just assumed it was shakespeare line. I didn't know <hes> but it's not now and it's my my in depth research. You know google google and just before we came into the studio reveal that tennis naturally wrote this after a close friend died so it's about the end of life but it was written fifty years before tenison died so it's maybe a little bit premature but you know you go and franco's knew it. He likes he immediately recited. The following line is kind of like you know subtle flex this charming fuck that he is yeah. That's why he's been brought in again because he's going to trump goes pierces so session we start at the top and make our way to that beautiful. We're gonna make away at that point and we can. We can speculate about the real life equivalents of frank <hes> but yeah <hes> this is pretty much the the darkest cruelest. I episode of succession. I think i've ever seen yes. Oh yeah i mean the episode is called hunting and ostensibly. That's a reference to the retreat but really this episode is about logan hunting for snakes and rats and his house and finding those who betrayed him and it's the opening scene is greg june. Dan was alluding to sitting with the journalists saying you know we're not meeting. This is just a precursor to me. Dang i want to jump in here. Of course we're just going to be like quoting lines to hold on my think. My favorite line of the entire episode comes right to talk about greg says i'm a time pressed executive. Yes of of course he's very important and i think i think she reassures him. At some point she says i know you've been in many meetings many things but i feel like greg trek has this one line which sort of sets up the whole episode essentially when he he calls his uncle logan he calls him scary addictive paranoid and violent and basically that's what this episode is. That's what the big scene build stu godless. Is it foreshadowing. Maybe a little foreshadowing a little bit of foreshadowing hearing episode three. I don't think it's too self aggrandizing to hope. I might have some wisdom to part..
"schloss" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Welcome back. Cinema vino. This is our first post game of thrones podcast rice. Priced. Yes. We're all it's the hangover. Yeah. Lighted seven my ass. Yeah. And some people like Taylor have come in to the party pretty late. And have, you know done the speed two cruise control through the series, rapid fire this captions, and one point five speed through. Just Braun talking real fast. Some of us have have been there for a few years Travis, all the books, you know, like that. But I think for everybody, there's kind of that void after you've finished show that what do you watch now? Like we're do we pick up the pieces of our lives and move on. Do we go from hand? Those my lovely, but that's fine to seeing what you want. But yeah, it's like how do we have we move on with our lives? What do we do? I mean do we want the streets? How do we feel void? I feel like that's what we're doing right now. We're just wandering the streets like what else is what can replace that phenomenon. Yeah. I mean game of thrones. I don't recommend this. But I killed a drifter and watch go out in his eyes and that got me, almost to like the winds of winter episode of thrones. But it didn't last Travis did not kill a drifter before the thorns are alert. Maybe. You know, it's like I kind of went out with a dog leash that was dragging on the ground. Like I was walking invisible dog for about four blocks. Before realizing there wasn't a dog attack with my shirt untucked. Yeah I don't know what to do with myself now. It's kinda like you guys have that feeling for high school when he graduated the next day. It's like this is weird. You weren't ring shirt. Pick you up. They brought your belongs there wasn't a shirt, man. That's, that's Wayne's basement. But that's not ways based. So this podcast ruin Rick's wine and we're gonna talk about what the bins that summer and as we move on from game of thrones. Tom, what am I putting in my mouth right now? This is the Goebbels Berg. Rosa were drinking rose, as and then one read, this is an Austrian an Austin in after him. Rosa is Schloss kennel by which I'm sure I said correctly, Schloss county, I, I don't know why when I say time slower. Schloss Kello ri- now, you sound like a die hard villain it. Yes. Yeah. I don't know why German accent sounds like either die. Hard villain Hogan's heroes. Hall gun. But anyway, so yeah, we're making some Rosa drinking stuff refreshing, that is something you drink. While binging something that goes down move. So we're gonna start with Taylor. What are you going to bench and what d- recommend people bench? So as of a mentioned on the game of thrones game late, and I mind tire life because my family was poor. We did not have HBO and so I- specifically got HBO just for game of thrones. And the minute, I got it everyone's just telling you what to watch like. I gotta watch game of thrones I but just going through the TV series they have on there, some that are current some that have been, you know, ten years old. I'm looking forward just plowing through that. I feel like I have run the gamut of Hulu Netflix Amazon prime hit all the TV shows that appeal to me. But HBO's a whole new ballgame for me. And I'm excited to start that process that everyone show, I think is TRE noble is the one I want to start. I don't know if you could really binge worthy. It's only one season three. Yeah. So I still very intent on watching that. But I do at the fact that there's berry on HBO I really want to watch that. And that's a couple of seasons. Maybe so for me, the the love of binging is a show. That's already they're already putting the episodes out. But when you. Have a positive ten or fifteen episodes, just sitting there waiting for you? And then boom then then you can binge watching some fucking. I ball say, personal fares and second of all. Yes. Yeah. So the really an honor, she's in a broad term here, but really anything on. H B O right now is what I'm looking at because I feel like I've watched everything else I've wanted to watch. Just a couple of mine Travis. I think he has a slew of TV shows. But Travis did give me to start to watch dead wood, which is an old old series. I did like that. West world. Yeah. And so I'm basically living dying off at Travis tells me to watch which is dangerous, which is dangerous slippery slope, but he does he knows my body. He knew about he knew game of thrones. He knew I would love that. And so when I did skip after porn ends but watch after porn ends to already watched three two. So here's a three there's a three I need to drawn board. Your behind Rosh think terror Patrick's in it anyway. But one show that I did like and is binge worthy. And it's on Netflix. It's a different type of humor. I tend to like the quick quick witted humor is a show called big mouth. It's animated. It's very inappropriate about young children, going through puberty. Just two seasons out now. And they even had like a Ballantine's day special episode is vulgar is wildly inappropriate it deals with puberty. But it is if you get into easily, you will love the show this hilarious. I have a real, quick aside, on that the enemy studio on that I think is named tit mouse. The only reason I know this is because that dean show I watch critical role just at a huge Kickstarter to come out with an animated special, and tit mouse productions the one that does they're going to do the animation. That's fucking do is really cool things about big now drowsy. I think he would love this in. Under the reason why like this bins worthy is most of those episodes, are like thirty minutes, twenty minutes so you can really plow through those. Yeah. And that was one thing about game of thrones. You went along into it, and then they start off with a fifty minute rain by the end of that you really investing sixty seventy eighty you're watching movies. Yeah, yeah, it makes it a little more like a sled up hill as you get into seasons. Six eight I mean it's great don't get me wrong. Sometimes for benching you like that easy, and it's a commitment by size program as Wesley. Snipes said is blade some of the fuckers are always trying to skate uphill. And that drowsy is awesome. That one two or good. Yeah. Actually, I'll look to your mobile Toro, did that really. Yes. Little more sense, now traff what shows that you got on your on your spate? So some of the same ones that Taylor was talking about I watched true detective season one how loved, and then I watched season two, which came out a couple years ago, I think whoever the creator was Otit fucked up and then had to give it a little time, but the new. On the last episode of season, three with Masha heart. I don't know how to pronounce his name, Ali, and Steven Dorf also in blade Herschel, Ellie my Herschel, Ali anyway. He's fucking killing it. Also, Stephen Dorf, who the only thing I see men was blade one. He's does damn good job in this one too. So true detective is good. Totally skip season. Two will it is not that Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn, and they're don't give great performances because they do, but the fucking storytelling is all over the place and his dog shit. So threes dope. Really like. Yeah. Watching deadwood is awesome because HBO's about to have a movie on first. But I think it would be interesting for you to watch that deadwood before the movie comes out, and then watch Westworld after that, because it's going to. All of us world essentially takes place in deadwood type. It's like they step into a video game, the whole thing, but Westworld is crazy and season three looks like it's coming out in about a year and has Aaron Paul from breaking bad and almost kind of a blade runner direction, which looks good. Also, I seen on Amazon prime, the fabulous marvelous Mazel. And there's a season two it's done by the Gilmore girls. Amy Sherman palladino I think. I haven't seen season two but I'm on that. I will always and forever. Try to pimp doctor who do people? It's, it's on teen twenty if you start in the two thousand five like the new new ones they're up to the eleventh season. But each season is only like ten episodes, eleven twelve or whatever. But once you start watching them like you pretty much go through them. Pretty quick. They're up to. I think they just had season eleven. What is it on? That is on BBC. But they I think they have it on some streaming areas was on Netflix. At one point. I'm not sure where it. Yes. Also. Legion on FX is ending after season three Disney finally acquired all of their marvel properties back. So some of those ending. But my brother has talked very highly of legion. I've seen some of the first season Alex good. So those are some mine Wath. Right now. And it's like I would say there are only a few shows in this renaissance of modern TV that are on a level of game of thrones. There's not many. Yeah. We are currently still on HBO as you are watching one of the few shows, I think that is probably on that level, the sopranos. Oh, yeah. Those and the wire, I've heard the wire. Yeah. Those are generally held is the best shows ever made. Yeah. We actually before we went back and rewatch breaking bad all the way through. We went and watched game of thrones all the way through and watch breaking bad, which the second time even better than the first time. Yeah. So that's one of the best shows better and you can do that. And then what better call Saul and I read a great. Yeah. Never watched any of them. But great reviews, cobbler squad cobbler. And if you're out there listening go Google squad cobbler, and it will show you my squad cobbler after prevent here. We've got him reading in the in the oven right now might be called some other like west of the Mississippi. I dunno. It's like pop soda. But yeah, if you go back and watch better call Saul after breaking bad. It really to me, the reviews, it was, like watching cheers and then watching Frazier..
"schloss" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"So I feel like it always has something to offer about human folly about the nature of the divine. Whatever it is like I love the biblical text. I'm interested in how you found your way back. But I think in order to really understand that we need to like. Stand. Go to the beginning a little bit here. So you grew up in the church of Christ. Yes. It was called. So that's from what I understand very intense. Yeah, it's like Baptist Schloss. Right. And your parents were were pretty hard core in this tradition. I mean, it was just our whole lives. You know? I went to church three times a week for sixteen years. Yeah. People cannot wars your experience as a young person going to church three times a week. That's the thing about anybody's childhood. Is you don't know? It's weird until you meet other people in hear their stories, and you're like the weird, then, you know. So I didn't know it was weird. I mean, and there was beautiful things about it. There's something to be said about being raised in a community, and we did sort of carry through difficult times and celebrate and joyful times together and. And I was just I was so used to gather like you said showing up in a location every week with the same people doing the same thing. I was so marked by that that on some level. I've tried to recreate a healthy version of it my whole life. Right. So then what leads you? I was going to use the word stray. I don't know if that's the right word. But like you start exploring drugs and alcohol at some point like what happened. Okay. So what happened is that? I was really sick as a kid. So I had autoimmune disorder and one of the one of the things that happened is it 'cause fatty tissue to build up behind the bones in my face. So my eyeballs themselves were pushed forward out of my head. So they bowled really far out of my face to where my eyelids couldn't close, and you could see a lot of white around the entire iris. So they looked like they were falling out of my is very weird looking. And so I had that I disease from ages twelve to sixteen because they couldn't do all the surgeries to correct it until the bones of my face, stop growing. So it's like the worst years. Because a lot of people when they're middle school. They think they look like an insect. I literally did. And so I think I just always thought like one of two things can happen. If you have that experience, you can either maybe become like a diminished person who tries to disappear or alternately, you can go. Yeah. Fuck you. Right. And that's what I did. So I had this anger about how treated. That I'm really grateful for because it that anger preserved something it did protect something in me that remained unharmed. But it ends up. If you mix a lot of drugs and alcohol with that. It's not the best combination. So. I started using when I was fifteen then left the church, no sixteen and. Yeah. Just ends up. Like, I had that thing where you just don't have the off switch. Was it drugs alcohol? Everybody's like choice. I did a lot of drugs to lot of coke and a bunch of other stuff. But it never never kicked my ass. The way alcohol did so for whatever reason alcohol was the thing that if I had won the switch off, and I could not I couldn't stop. So. That's the thing. That was the hardest for me. Yeah. But you've got sober so young..
"schloss" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Love this a hell of a story. This woman Schloss was a victim of the holocaust survivor. I mean through camps like Auschwitz, which is extraordinarily survive. Of course, and Frank did not survive. They were both hidden in Amsterdam in various places and both captured and Frank did not survive as I just said interesting she died of typhus by the way in the camp. She wasn't. She wasn't killed by way of the gas chamber. And so this woman Eva Schloss after the aftermath of the kids with the Ziege high and the swastika I made out of those cups. Those beer cups went to see him. And they said we didn't know which is what I originally said. If you remember they didn't appreciate what they were doing. They really didn't get it. And she talked to them. And she said, they got it. And I feel very comfortable. Now, they understand and they should consider what they do. And they are they are. I think she's she said, you know, they don't need punishment. They need education. And I really I couldn't agree more. And it's so you're so far removed from it. They're saying every year, you know, more holocaust survivors, they die. So with them dies the history. If we don't always have like a constant reminder where there's also a whole group of holocaust deniers, and you talk about what the internet can do. And they and they get traction because crazy people now get traction on the internet. And so you're right. It has to be we will. Well, as a matter of fact, when the state of Israel was born one of the basic tenants of the state of Israel is never forget directly related to the holocaust. Hundreds of people gathered for a vigil to honor that unidentified girl found dead along.
"schloss" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"And there is this article about how they're making digital imprints of holocaust survivors at this museum in the LA area. I think where they basically put a holocaust survivor in a room with like one hundred and sixteen cameras. I think it is. And they just ask them like thousands of questions about their experience. And it's basically in order to recreate like that person for future generations once like holocaust survivors have passed. Right. And like they're basically getting a full imprint of like every answer to every question that somebody might have. And you'll just be able to like sit across from a holocaust survivor like once they they've all passed away. So I I do wonder if there's like some technological version of this coming where we can date people who've been dead for years that you are great, grandchildren. They're like, I'm with a holocaust survivor. Right. Digital imprint. Right. That's why I'm in love with. Yeah. Yeah. Because in theory, if you've asked someone I mean, I guess they're just asking questions about their experience. Or are they asking them questions about themselves and their lives? Like, what do you think about Steph Curry's take on? Yeah. Because it's like in theory, if you really like sat someone down and ask them every possible question, then you could know them as like this hologram or whatever, right. Yeah. No. It's like wasn't there that that article? That was like the questions you ask to fall in love or whatever it's like some version of that. Right. But also that's crazy that they're doing that with holocaust survivors, so weird and heavy, but I guess it makes sense for posterity. You have this thing that it won't be like, you know, written texts can be vague sometimes or can be interpreted a few ways, and but to have someone like see them. Yeah. Answer the questions or whatever. It's crazy. Also that it's like, I'm sure there are holocaust survivors. Who are like I'd rather not set an answer every question. Yeah. They're definitely Inc. This was about one specific woman Schloss who was a childhood friend of Anne, Frank. And like had this really fascinating way that her life inter. Wow. Twined with an francs, and and Frank's father actually, married her mother after her father and Anne Frank's mother passed away. Yeah..
"schloss" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Am I driving on a Florida highway back towards Orlando international airport at eleven forty two on a Thursday night, instead of being with my wife and believe me if you guys knew that we was having that, that would not be the. Schloss thing for me to be doing? No, because I absolutely love this. One of the reasons I love it is. Thinking thinking, you know what's best sometimes being right sometimes being wrong. I certainly don't know which that is, which is the case right now with Bailey. I still op- towards thinking this just got completely messed up. That's my assumption is this just got completely messed up. But it puts us in a place where maybe it ends up working out and I will say, I like that they're now like more uniform attacked Sasha and Bailey do appear to kind of behave like an actual tag team and have a look or a t shirt yet. Although they alluded to that in the show this past week, but. They just seem to be an actual tactic, which is a fun idea. And again, are we gonna get a women's tag division is after what I saw to me unclassified night after the division that exists on an XT after the division that ends exists on the Ron smackdown. I don't know if you could work. I don't know where you have room for women's to acting division and anything will maybe they'll be all women show. And you're gonna joking what I'm saying this, but I'm not being dead serious, but at the same time, as we learned in Brown versus the board of education nineteen fifty four. You know where I'm going. I don't even need s jeez, lawyers, heels. This one separate is inherently unequal. So while I love the idea of getting to see all the women perform. Can you really have a separate show for all women? Why? Why would there be a separate show. Well feature. Those women is a tough line for the same time. We're doing. Individual paper view evolution over twenty. And we're all very excited about that..
U.S. ex-defense intelligence officer held over alleged spying for China
"Public radio it's all things considered now at four thirty it's all things considered from npr news i'm ari shapiro and mary louise kelley now that ireland has voted to legalize abortion will neighboring northern ireland follow it could be up to british leaders in london which upset some people who could be affected by the decision we need our schloss various woman and that's that may not as the bottom line that's ahead after news live from npr news in culver city california i'm to wayne brown fbi agents have arrested a former us intelligence officer for allegedly trying to spy on behalf of china as npr's ryan lucas tells us the retired army officer was taken into custody over the weekend fbi agents arrested ron rockwell hanson in seattle while he was on his way to board a flight to china hanson faces fifteen counts in all including acting as an unregistered foreign agent and attempting to provide national defense information to china the fifty eight year old retired from the us army with a background in intelligence he speaks fluent mandarin and russian and worked as a case officer for the defense intelligence agency for several years the government alleges in court papers that hanson provided defense secrets to chinese intelligence agents and also sold export controlled technology he allegedly received more than eight hundred thousand dollars in return hanson is at least the third former us intelligence officer in the past year to face espionage related charges involving china ryan lucas npr news washington president trump is defending its tough stance on trade negotiations with several us allies saying american farmers have been treated unfairly white house press secretary sarah sanders says despite threats of retaliation from new tariffs are rather on new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum relations with the countries targeted remains strong for minds the united states has had discussions with canada mexico in the eu to find an alternative without an alternative solution tariffs are the only measures appropriate to safeguard the country we have strong relations with mexico canada and the eu and we'll continue and the those will continue even though the tariffs are there the us commerce secretary has been negotiating with china to reduce its us trade deficit by buying more agricultural and energy products stocks finished higher on wall street led by a boost and tech and consumer companies shares today the dow rose one hundred seventy eight points or three quarters of a percent this is npr from kqedorg i'm.
"schloss" Discussed on X96
"Schloss holes remarks were defamatory now jaysekulow has long been associated with conservative causes he is currently retained by donald trump for the investigation into russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election and ten sing along with her husband and fellow attorney joseph e d jennifer had been set been set last month to join secular on the trump legal team and hannity has them on his show all the time as a guess as guests and finally this this is kind of this is very controversial i think the head of the mormon church the president of the mormon church oh no yeah russell marian traveled to kenya the deliver a message from the lord two thousand people showed up two thousand kenyans and he said the best way to break the cycle of poverty is to pay your tithing no really really that's so he said be it's now east african mormons made nelson's visit i priority and travelled hundreds of miles nelson spoke against east african mormon tradition that requires families to pay a dowry in exchange for a bride that's not the lord's way he said and then he said if you would like to break the cycle of poverty the way to do that is tithing and did he go under explain how that breaks the cycle auburn lord will bless you.
"schloss" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
"Um the tv he's never been that guy that blows your hair back you know he's tough as great wrestling the striking tzadok his last fight was in september against tyson pedro which is a big winners a decision form each grappled them for i got knocked out smooth by badir he's never had like a huge win in the ufc though it you know he's a that the upper upper level he just he never can pull the trigger doesn't seem to put it together very well um god the easy call here i what's the do have the odds yeah see cno yes so he's plus one hundred i will say this i think oh s p wins vat kale because he's explosives in a nie an oath elbow or something in the awkward position pride in the second round but if i'm trying to make some money embedding i would bet a latifi core feeling makes a money that's the dog pick uh and then uh just gone draws teacher torahs men aren't remember on last fight she looked like a straight up human reckon ball machine against cloudy a dayjur who's my first team all dine peace clogged asia and she just rack that girl which no one does for that schloss decision the johanna which stopped to watch yet piece stop um but still she's made some improvements ossetia tours i think is to technically better all around her striking her overall mix martial arts game she's one three in a row beck rawnsley more than just beat waterson and then she lost to the champ rose nominee anez but um i just.
"schloss" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And going playful about sex love is dancing very rigidly laughing with channelled friends and playing some species with kits it only happens pragmatism when you're capable of reproducing mature love one of of the longstanding things about humans with committed our huge partners brains and are huge social fill out systems here is that selflove we go about herself the compassion process of and most affiliation radical of all and attachment a gop a and bonding selfless and sex compassionate in really complex love for social everyone ways and which i we think use we would all like to see sexuality more of in the world for purposes so let of me affiliation introduce paulsen and use together affiliation with our next for the guest purposes jeff of made schloss david sloan wilson okay picture this signor at the beach the current is strong in fact you know the riptide could suck you read out to sea and then you see a kid out there are screaming and there is no one else around you are the only one who could possibly saving but you don't even know if you could so what do you do well we know that some people will take extraordinary risks to help total strangers the question is why and for scientists this poses a real challenge for any theory of altruism dean there is no evolutionary reason why i should swim out to try to rescue that kid at least i don't think there is so can science explain why we want to help other people and to get back to our theme for this show are these acts of hashim also experiences of love well lucky for us we have to distinguish guests here to help us sort out these thorny questions both our evolutionary biologists jeff schloss is a senior scholar at the bile logos foundation and david sloan wilson is president of the evolution institute welcome both of you sure.
"schloss" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In spain to obtain have this experience but not necessarily the of trigger yes signs gich certain lane what was happening in my brain during the experience who what part of the brain is it that actually precedes not just agents experiences personality lic caused these events in the free meal maybe was something i ate laura some developmental cascade that that culminated in that moment i'm hoping to the possibility that maybe the trigger wasn't may be a there's a divine nina i'm going to give this experience the jeff if that's the case i don't think science explain it and in last lesson is okay so let's say we we do come up with the explanation was a drug the well we still had the could science say about the time it cost about whether or not there is an pat an intelligent loving being who so constructed the machine sightscanning manning about that one way or another in science can come up with discovery isn't descriptions of the world that seem to comport or not comport with the idea of a loving parl intelligent gum creator by science can adjudicate whether such a creator actually south yes that's jeff schloss he's a professor of biology at westmont college in california and he and steve talk more about evolution and religious belief in this week's podcast extra also if you'd like to read essays evolution and morale by jeff schloss and some others you'll find them on the website of humans and nature dot org they were our partners for this episode so you wouldn't think he could find that many scientists whose careers were inspired by mystical experiences but.
"schloss" Discussed on KDOW
"Got the option to make money as the market goes down it's easy is so easy so if you are ready to retire you know quite have the money or you are retired scraping by you with you have some my he got money in bonds as terrible place the the or some fixed the nudie this terrible so here's the number eight seven seven six hundred gang from experts to beginners you're gonna love it it's archive for two weeks and show your kids that's the great thing stir your grandkid's how important is to think ahead so again just just go to mypillowcom and sign up for it we only have thirty at the beginning show 33 we start out thursday afternoon remember what one hundred fly at schloss we now have a thirty three so you enjoy it and the most important thing is you're gonna get a comfort level that you know when coup get out that's the key all right okay so we also when you're doing your stocks in your investing and now a chink so confusing you start listening to all these people and what they have to say but it's not confusing it really isn't here's where it gets confusing this is the this is the problem in this onikan flooring gave us the up there in how quest for north who deals with played out sanitary please saying i'm going to quote in a nutshell we remain at or a head of our expectations both from a financial liquidation execution perspective and quote even better answer the question tools are going to start being saw in walls yeah which i think box store have orders for loss ever next year kevin durant i boots and i think that just the beginning oh so you've got to buy because that they're going to start zoning laws don't give a big boost on their product in lausanne blubber it doesn't matter i don't want you to think about that the symbols s w k here's all you now is never mind why is going up it's not important to know the story behind it it's important to know that there's money behind it and that's what the chart points out more when we get back join my gang or go.
"schloss" Discussed on WEEI
"Mile one armed and dangerous intruder is believed to be inside so he's got no hostages is just him with a bunch of guns tim him with some time do you think it's possible in if national ordered notaby an active shooter situation well but we're we're zia munition was going to say also for him to get to the immunistion and load the guns i don't know you would think they'd be a million different locsin i'm guessing right now be that would be a negative because they say it is not and it is is not considered to be in jenin schloss them have your i do i look like a former swatting cow i hope we will um we will let me let me loves into so it is this how it goes down he boston the dick's sporting goods in any goes to the guns in a grabs a gun goes where's the bullet in the movies they would gravel bowl under the underground to grab the bullets right i'm gonna guess there locked up just my i would say would guess what a guy in a hauled up an maybe get a piece begun her pellet gun or so perot or a water pistol while the guns are probably yeah the probably locked up in you have display bottles and probably some of the guns that are display models aren't even viral bowl right is that a word and they did they take the parizeau was due care they take the pins right right kennedy usm when you buy know what you do you riggott it's machinegun wrote the air fifteen there for the moment weapon early that with this idiot thought he could do go in the grab a machinegun in walko because the stores not open but they they call them we'll have more on that and in headlines will more on the the latest london old attack and that means trade he's going to london i actually the other let's get.
"schloss" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"It's like wow that's interesting uninteresting criticism schloss lured away someone else so i go this book for charity short won't complain because someone's written in that will woodleigh expect from it i mean it was frasier vehicles in by from amazon the you have to go to laugh at the life by ole just saved this is not personal said is something that i i kind of invented vied i do like it so i who ppp system it's going to hurt you has to cover the pays it has to be terminal has to be has to be all of ice if that means it has to go on a little time so let's imagine you had a really difficult bossi's me to that isn't i remain to everyone it isn't pemanent because wonder he would be a boss any snow even pervasive 'cause when your home with your wife or girlfriend or husband having a lovely dinner or having some nice sex he's not in the room i'm being mean to you problems cannell kachurian unless that permanent snow an old a fiery very rarely off and you have to look will this time next year won't be a problem this time next year on were via in a new pushing this jover in the starter have gotten off custom assu again it soon about not just not letting in criticism being urine critic not saying things that are mess the off that was had horrible i didn't do good enough joe biden during a sales because.