17 Burst results for "Selfdelusion"

"selfdelusion" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"For your service all right here we go now we're going to speed up because we have a lot of stuff to go through i saw the catcher was the spot curious about it lynch cat is in the studio with us in the lead former chairwoman of the avalon theater and we support independence yes so i went to see catch was the spy based on the story of moberg major league player who when we're award two broke out of volunteered for the o s and was sent to europe to see if the nazis and if werner heisenberg was actually close to building on atomic bomb and i thought it was a fascinating story paul rudd plays moberg i gotta say in fairness he's a little bit miscast isn't in quite for some reason the music was a little bit queued you little bit too often there was a very nice cast including paul giamati ooh marks strong is i'm just missed out on that arc drawn is high mark strong rate i bit as some of the accidents are not as good as they could be but when i went home i looked up moberg and i looked up heisenberg i read up on them and when a movie makes you do that it's doing something sure and it's a lovely movie at the avalon and i want to mention a plug for our dear friend viva kempner documentarian in washington big baseball fan i know that she her next work is the story of moberg perfect for so it's fascinating he's the outsider we don't know he's he's jewish she's intellectual might be sexuality we don't know he's the outsider who became a spy and lived on odd and unusual when he so do such a good job is over in japan there were a couple of trips i i don't know yeah by the way this is he was not he was a major league baseball player but he's not what i would call a great ball player and this is fifteen cs and this is one of his teammates dave harris from the senators the washington senators when told that burke spoke seven languages he says yeah i know and he can't hit in any of great what i remember reading about those kids it's amazing story truly is like really american hero you wanted to be but but very very interesting great and you saw damsel i did you are damsel but not in distress as we say in baltimore you're staying noise no this is a fascinating little movie that kind of took me by surprise it kinda snuck up on me and it's by david and nathan zona and they did a movie that came out a few years ago that i unfortunately still haven't caught up with but it was a huge critical favourite called kumiko the treasure hunter remember that heard about it anyway they are they've concocted kind of revisionist western with robert pattinson who's doing such interesting stuff lately good good for him to break away from the curse of twilight you you know know and it is it was a burden and opportunity and he's he's leveraging that opportunity by doing these little indies with really interesting people often brother teams he just did good time with with another brother directing team but this is a western set in the late eighteen hundreds and he he is a kind of an adventurer and romantic and he's arrived in this little tiny town in the pacific northwest to claim the love of his life the damsel in question who's been abducted by these evil doers and he wants to save her and propose a man riding exactly and so he sort of shanghai's the local pastor who's actually played by david zone or who's really funny and they go off onto this kind of knight errant quests and it turns out i hope i'm not going to say much more than but when they finally do encounter the woman in mushin played by mia e he casco who's also things don't go as planned and this movie has this coen brothers kind of weird absurd sense of humor so you've you've got these really funny visual jokes and verbal jousts and japes and it's all about like you said it really is about masculinity and the kind of connection between colonialism and manifest destiny and allusion and selfdelusion it's really very clever and kind of.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

"I don't know it seems like people have a hard time not doing it i'm i'm just wondering why that is if you know if it is something where we're really not being more productive and in fact we're being less productive why do you think it is that we keep doing multitasking two reasons chris one is that we're under the illusion that it's working and so if you brain is telling you i'm good at something you keep on doing it but as a neuroscientist i can tell you one thing the brains very good at is selfdelusion so just because we think that it so doesn't make it so and experiments bear that out both from brain scans and from workplace experiments the second reason we do it is that it makes us feel productive and it feels good to us to be doing all these things there's a neuro chemistry behind this every time we can tick off a little task on our internal to do list we get a little shot of dopamine and every time we pay attention to something new we get another shot at dopamine dopamine is the chemical in the brain that makes us feel good it's what mediates pleasure and we set up what is a physiological dopamine addiction loop where we crave more dopamine even though the dopamine is being produced for things that aren't productive you're listening to motley fool money talking with dan levitin his new book is the organized mind thinking straight in the age of information overload one of the things your book gets into is sort of how we can.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on High and Mighty

"The concept of it i wouldn't yes sauce it's like more like it's not chunk you don't need it to scoop the clip it has enough surface tension that the dip gets an italian tomatoes in it yeah you got to have that spicy marinera source or aka pico this is from one almond dot com titled oh johnny boy john god brass genuinely has a problem interrupting his guests all the time fair enough moving on the air okay um benjamin r fascinating five stars the host of this show is a man who has hopes to become a comedian sadly he confused comedy with things like being dangerously overweight and speaking in a long island accent what emerges is a case study in selfdelusion that never makes me laugh but serves as an important parable about hubris and the damage marijuana can inflict on the brain while you know the word hubris and the word gabor's are very close together alphabetically aalto my arth a letter of hard but it's more the rhyming thoraya in other words this a lot was he saying how we'd has damaged really it goes in the obstacles abcd f gabor's hubris aluminium he brings up a valid point that i'm not technically a comedian any more and more of just a podcast i'm more of a pious us without immediate wasn't that me in a comedians comedians gathered at argun oliveros isn't that there isn't that the natural odd like lifecycle though you go comedian than you become a podcast us and then you become some weird like all right patriotic filthy.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on No Agenda

"You know the notion that we going to bring freedom and wigan a brad bring transparency to rush show it to any country was selfdelusion running i would say to them look ice janowski inch i'm in the business of a people and nations but i i'm not in the business of changing their behavior irrespective of what you think they said what's your psychiatrists i said he but i know my limits and i can't do what you guys thank you can do and i think that was where we made mistakes it wasn't the cockiness it was really the fact that we wanted to bring a what we were enjoying here overseas to a country that had been under repression anna's czar or as stalin or dictate for most of their life so of ladimir put made a lot of sense i did know him but ironically when i was in lubyanka when i was injured since he square where i personally visited the kgb headquarters before he was even their cup leaves before four the kgb would say to me what do you think is going to be our next leader the moscow people live now but i had a pretty good idea i said you have a guy from east germany whose in east german intelligence he wasn't stasi he's russian but i think he's very talented and his name is putin blood they said who and they now and i mean it is again you you don't have this notion that everything works you know with a touch of that with with the push of a button right bob so putin was a suggestion you seem like a good idea which inherently unease we have contact with him in that regard still he didn't go rogue or anything now and contrary to what everybody's saying now which is nonsensical in oguz russia affect our elections nothing affects our election the only people who can affect our elections are on politicians and the people who were that di bull machinery and know how to make a corrupt we're very good.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Boy disco daddy's wide world of fear pot we'd like to send a big shout out to the first lady if he apart c shara wrought sharon jackson as a pioneering female you set a standard an open doors we may never fully gauge the depth of your influence on here pop as a culture salute with full honours queen shara wnyc is supported by lg home entertainment and its lg alleged four k t b l g l led is truly breakthrough with rich images at amazingly intense color against a perfect black background so you feel every detail the best shows and movies deserve to be seen on the best tv ever visit lg dot com slash oh led for more information uh uh fits brian lehrer show on wnyc good morning again everyone we did part one of today's program on the mi2 reckoning with a multi generational calling for women now we'll have a multi generational calling for men and hold off for just the second men as we set this up uh with me now michael kimmel stony brook university sociologist one a leading experts on what he calls man and masculinity is among his many books manhood in america the politics of manhood the gendered society and the best seller guy land the perilous world where boys become men alexis grenell writer and democratic political consultant her daily news op ed last week was called the male apology tour of selfdelusion and what bystanders can actually do to make a difference and kawhi right editor and host of wnyc's narrative unit and a columnist for the nation one of his nation columns recently was women in the service sector are at the forefront of resisting sexual.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Fits brian lehrer show on wnyc good morning again everyone we did part one of today's program on the mi2 reckoning with a multigenerational calling for women now we'll have a multi generational calling for men and hold off for just the second men as we set this up uh with me now michael kimmel stony brook university sociologist one a leading experts on what he calls man and masculinity is among his many books manhood in america the politics of manhood the gendered society and the best seller guy land the perilous world where boys become men alexis grenell writer and democratic political consultant her daily news op ed last week was called the male apology tour of selfdelusion and what bystanders can actually do to make a difference and kawhi right editor and host of wnyc's narrative unit and a columnist for the nation one of his nation collins recently was women in the service sector are at the forefront resisting sexual harassment strains in numbers is more powerful than naming and shaming icai and michael in alexis welcome back to wnyc a brand grand so last hour women of all generations called in to document how things have changed over time on the ways they deal with exploitation but also gender equality in power generally compared to their mothers and grandmothers daughters and granddaughters generations man now it's your turn and i think one of the problems is that men don't even have these conversations among ourselves very much as women do its part of male privilege uh it seems to me not to half due to consider it optional until a reckoning like this comes along when power relationships are really being challenged so i wonder how much we can even have an equivalent segment to the one we had last hour but let's try um so men we invite you un with your generational stories and comparisons if you're a baby boomer man a ex man a millennial man two one two four three three wnyc four three three.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Fits brian lehrer show on wnyc good morning again everyone we did part one of today's program on the mi2 reckoning with a multigenerational calling for women now we'll have a multi generational calling for men and hold off for just the second men as we set this up uh with me now michael kimmel stony brook university sociologist one a leading experts on what he calls man and masculinity is among his many books manhood in america the politics of manhood the gendered society and the best seller guy land the perilous world where boys become men alexis grenell writer and democratic political consultant her daily news op ed last week was called the male apology tour of selfdelusion and what bystanders can actually do to make a difference and kawhi right editor and host of wnyc's narrative unit and a columnist for the nation one of his nation collins recently was women in the service sector are at the forefront resisting sexual harassment strains in numbers is more powerful than naming and shaming icai and michael in alexis welcome back to wnyc a brand grand so last hour women of all generations called in to document how things have changed over time on the ways they deal with exploitation but also gender equality in power generally compared to their mothers and grandmothers daughters and granddaughters generations man now it's your turn and i think one of the problems is that men don't even have these conversations among ourselves very much as women do its part of male privilege uh it seems to me not to half due to consider it optional until a reckoning like this comes along when power relationships are really being challenged so i wonder how much we can even have an equivalent segment to the one we had last hour but let's try um so men we invite you un with your generational stories and comparisons if you're a baby boomer man a ex man a millennial man two one two four three three wnyc four three three.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Fill the promise to one side in a situation where you're trying to mediate between two sides the real problem here that the trump did not recognize this that us policy in the peace process has been weak for a number of years and rather than energized that policy and and really come down on both sides and say you know it's time to make hard decisions he is now believing in trying to sell this idea that by recognizing jerusalem you know we've introduced a new topic and therefore people should support it and this is selfdelusion area in the speech at the president said that the us is committed to a lasting peace agreement as you mentioned earlier he said the us is open to a two state solution if the the two sides can come to an agreement but does today's announcement prejudice those peace talks in any way oh certainly does we've already heard from president mahmoud abbas fit the president has effectively remove the united states from its peacemaking role the chief palestinian negotiator saeb erakat has already said that this was a declaration of the us walking away from the peace process so as much as the president may want to believe that he's done something useful and positive he's actually shot himself and his chief negotiator his soninlaw right in the foot and they're not gonna be able to proceed uh in any manner uh during the course of this administration smyrna in cities and other wrinkle to this because as this is unfolding the the us ambassador to israel as a quite a controversial big david freedman a former bankruptcy lawyer who's been been very supportive of the settlement movement in israel how concerning is is that for you given what the president was talking about today.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"And yet the trip of nazi super science in super combat why are also thought the way that the american spirit had been almost totally crush was pretty realist for anyone born in the 1920s or later basically all the occurred book all they would have ever known was in america horribly failed economy than an air walsh and i think pretty reasonable to see while the characters in harbour much longing for the good old days i purposely read them in a castle prior to watching the amazon shoes two years later my main take away was the passage about the price of a cigarette later the reflected on how people value what he believe it a person believed that the later wasn't fdr's pocket when he was shot then it has a large value because the buyer believed it was rare that a similar later the two leaders are basically the same but are selfdelusion of value creates actual monetary value they may be all meta because that monetary value is just the belief in a fiat currency but money doesn't that our lives so beliefs do war reality really enjoined highcaste by can't see chat yellen's five being what to the coins say i don't think we run this economy by chance eitan think to rural run way perhaps the most startling observation from reading the book is that neither the man and the high castle or the grasshopper was heavy 100 percent reflect our current world but each of them was accurate enough to imagine that we could have ended up that way finishing world war 2 so how do we know that the reality were observing now israel are we in a third with that of some mixture from each of these two.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"I've learned enormous about from colombia and i'm learning from mexico presence hunters is an inspiration in a lot of ways but the other component is also this communitization of the economy needs to be at so are you looking to a similar solution the president santos found in colombia where you draw the criminal element into government we need this is precisely one component is a peace agreement with taliban you're talking about peace with the taliban to president trump is talking about victory eight is not victory that the west would understand anthems note that their own aim of the strategy is to provide the ground for a political solution and a political solution is a negotiated solution but we need to focus on this because we need to reduce violence the victory is actually peace big feat the main thing kfi is sustainable peace not any peace the president of afghanistan ashraf ghani talking to justin run out the nobel prize for literature has been awarded to the british author kosovo ishiguro the swedish academy said his novels have great emotional force and praised the japaneseborn writers exploration of the themes of memory time and selfdelusion arts correspondent vincent dow told me more he was born in japan and 1954 but perfectly fairly i think he's generally regarded as a british novelist he moved here when he was a very small child the citation reads they're often a bit flowery these citations for the nobel who in novels of great emotional force has uncovered the abbey's beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world make of that what you will he 62 about the aging reuters newmedia when they get a nobel prize for literature the last winner of the prize was doris lessing in two thousand and seven and i should say that when a very quick off the mark bbc colleague.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on NPR News Now

"It's been just two weeks since this latest campaign was launched the iraqi portion of the selfdeclared i s counterfeit has now been reduced to just one of the sizable enclave on the border with syria that that area is already under attack and shrinking the bbc sebastian osher a group of former obama administration officials has launched a campaign to encourage people to sign up for health insurance under the affordable care act also known as obamacare npr's allison kojak reports the campaign is meant to get the word out about the upcoming open enrollment period the group called get america covered will run web ads and social media campaigns during the sixweek that people can sign up for health insurance coverage this year its goal is to boost public awareness of the open enrollment period the start of ember first and ends on december 15th the trump administration says if cutting its obamacare outreach budget by ninety percent lorryload us ran open enrollment outreach under obama we're here to get the word out and we're sort of stepping up to fill some of the gap left by the administration not grander loaded says the group can't make up for the cuts that the federal government have made allison kodak npr news washington on wall street the dow jones industrial average is up 36 points at twenty two thousand six hundred ninety eight the nasdaq is up seventeen you're listening to npr news from washington this year's nobel prize and literature has been awarded to british author kazuo ishiguro the swedish academy cited his novels as works of emotional force if she grows novels include the remains of the day and never let me go both of which were made into films the academy says he's riding often touches on memory time and selfdelusion.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Your have to work for it and that's actually kind of unfair maybe to charlie i mean you know it's it's not always easy to be wealthy either i don't think we should pity the rich but the certainly there's problems attached to it of are you genuinely interested in may do you genuinely love me but yeah i mean i think you know it's funny like charlie's job is sort of like industrious selfdelusion making you know like it's it's not really he is a need to make money he just needs to show that he is working for his family to continue to support him on this of say number of of the characters in the book because while needed the supplement characters who locals to the island some of the people that were and his father an analysis of a couple of carry says arazi human adrienne wrestled james at a cousin of charlie adrian's he's seemingly even richer than charlie's family lofa whenever i described as i always feel like this book sound so danielle steel when i describe it but i swear it's not or wasn't intended debris of it's definitely ball patricia highsmith the daijiro staleness cliffside what's good thank you well one of those good as well as with these today we've runciman adrienne kazan they're a couple who made me think why an and charlie not a gay couple mm nina what i it's so interesting bring that up because i originally wanted to make ian gay but then is speaking at patricia highsmith i was really worried it was gonna fall into that subgenre of books were big gay man is envious of the straight guy in in sort of like ian is obsessed with charlie an charlie's well the end while these lie then so i didn't really want projects that 'cause i i feel like that's a trope it's been kind of done in is on of unfair to gay characters i should have been a bike went back in time it would have been interesting to make charlie gay and that could have been interesting but i do think that there is a little bit of sexual tension between charlie in the end.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"To play alongside this hot actor who is tom cruise's character basically all my and then he doesn't pick her for the role but he thinks she is the perfect public partner and so basically they she like in in the first episode in a few i don't remember she takes it was she basically he's offering her contract to be his girlfriend for like 10 years have been a relationship for ten years is basically timing katie and it was intense and crazy and i totally believe i totally believe i believe everything 100 percent a 100 percent and honestly i i just feel like will i definitely think she's going to lose the fuck an emmy over it and that's what everyone's as they just nine when i think you are to have social consequences for that sh will the thing is like we're going vote for that for her here's the t apparently i have a question what are to cut you off no just a quick like i believe in social consequences for trans get current transgressions had yet downs i'm very curious because i've been seeing this kind of selfdelusion happen where when you provide them those like social consequences or whatever they turn themselves into martyrs like that ted nugent thing did you see raise like oh i can't get into the hall of fame the record will have him because i'm not pc enough and that might be true and then david crosby was like now the fuck is just not good enough i felt like do you think they learn the lesson when you're take their dade he ate yet they take their heels i think what's important is that he had on what's important is that we'd we don't justify that shia and if they want to talk about at like i didn't get on it for this reason they can spinoff into their own fucking rang of claes lace still love their shit when there's evidence and social consequence for i mean exactly and i'm not saying that hamid cell doesn't still do a great thing i muscles i'm not saying it's not a great show but there is a hypocrisy here which we must call out and she has to answer for because she seems like an intelligent person she's an incredible actor.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

Arms Control Wonk

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

"They absolutely no is going on whether or not their policy objects to deal with it just like we do something else we are coming to the polling were at the point as you make it over and over again and this is really the heart of the issue is it nobody wants to admit that american policy has failed and that there was a tenth th nuclear power on earth and it happens to be the sort of weirdest most awful regime on earth and we couldn't stop them and so we continue to serve to quote the we continue to play around with ourselves dukhan to suggest served nonsensical things about hitting it while it's being fuelled or decapitation strike separating kim from the regime was up in came out with something that came out of this week in a policy options it's like dude digits fired of icbm from the centre their country they can hit the targets in the lower 48 we have to accept this otherwise which is not grappling with the problem were dealing in fantasy yeah it's funny i was gonna say right on the one who used to tease them they they were drunk on juche but like actually we're the ones drunk on mega they've got the more accurate assessment of the balance of power at the moment it's it's just it's flabbergasting to me know this this this level of selfdelusion exciting in the middle east world them sorry i'm off on a rent get these middle east experts who come to me because i knew i do the podcast or like north korea really can't hit the eastern seaboard rates like not the can't get a kid and it's just time that we figure this out there were the last thing i would say and i i don't mean to be.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Listen but ozone in air and every worker is going to depends on reasonable balance between any environment in and growth and business is going to be out of work i make good environmental president that we're not gonna go to the extreme under clinton and ozone yeah well who's right now poll showed that sixty four percent of americans are worried at least to some extent about global warming that number is rising gradually i hope it's rising as gradually as the sea and the number also swells among the young but so many people still deny climate change enough for american policy to officially of turned its back on science and participation in a vital treaty here are some other discomfiting studies pugh asked americans agree or disagree climate scientists can be trusted a lot to give full and accurate info on causes of climate change overall only thirty nine percent of americans agreed with that statement only thirty six percent of americans are personally concerned about climate issues and a yell poll from a few months ago shows that fewer than forty percent of americans believe climate change will quote harm me personally it might seem churlish or picky to criticize the most effective voice on climate issues for not being as maximally effective as he could be blocked with the best social science says about ways to communicate the hard science of global warming is a lot of researchers have done great work into the social science daniel conman is great pera espen stoke ins author of what we think when we try not to think about global warming is also good a play a clip of him in this clip he's on the you're not so smart podcast which i highly recommend it is about thinking in selfdelusion if you have a problem a try harder the way of tried to solve it gradually which dues but pushing harder and harder industry importing the problem because you're doing something that also contribute to to the problem and has been the case in terms of the climate science communications because on that has been this conviction that if only we can get the facts out to people.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"And in three or four years he's going to be coaching again at a high level bank it well likely on ovitz ovitz willie bank type deal here oceans thirteen but dokic caught up in the moment of how funny this story is and how disappointing it is and all the different things that it is the let it prevent you from realizing the reality how this world works that he's probably getting a it put trio can get another gig in everybody's pumped about it then why can't he freeze okay so i'm athletic director at exuniversity okay this is my little knocks this is my biggest hang up with hiring freeze it's actually not that he has called atsc escorts this is similar to if i were a lot of malicious pick something out of a hat just randomly anna like say parole commissioner in nevada okay i'd be looking at like a pattern of unbelievable selfdelusion and behavior that leads to the assumption of deep problems so in oj situation you can sit here some ah twenty years later and say i basically lived a conflict free life right or you can tell yourself that all after with charm because i know jay and that's what i've done through life here's why i'm talking about that when it comes to hugh freeze because as we talked dan what's earlier every step to this process hugh freeze to me illustrate a very disturbing trend in that is i can get away with this this isn't coming home to me number one win the allegations are come out.

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"selfdelusion" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"selfdelusion" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Yeah there is there is a whiff of the colonoscopy about the giant you're right yeah that's what it is it's a surgical comic colonoscopy vaisnis brain like i said if if it was possible to do koloss be a summit brain and said the camera thinly brain through the year you at three the they've that's what this would be an i wonder and i mean it's interesting because the trump as you mentioned the the serb leader of the free world the most powerful men on the planet does that mean that your approach and your teams approach this is different because the audience presumably is definitively global there'll be as many people interested in poking for overthrew wouldn't be him poking fun at trump state sought as there are new kyw for instance is that stretched you different i mean eve prestige of things before gutsy newsrooms here in the uk in your career is the approach is that rightly approach different or actually do you have to just stick to gums on this such instinctively wrote the things that interested me and my me laugh and i thought played things electile were interesting points that needed the needed making i tend not mrs could assembly arrogant by tend not to think about the audience too much now all rephrase the i tend not to worry about the audience too much of always worked on the premise that i have to presume that the audience are roughly light me there has to be an element of now that's probably com pleat selfdelusion that presuppose the i'm at some sort of maine of normality which i'm sure is far from the case if they're on his mice writers.

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