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"sharon connecticut" Discussed on The Book Review
"Hello Paul McCartney here. My new picture bouquet ground dude is out now and it's raided by me it's about a grandfather granddad. Grand Dude who uses this is margie compass to whisk his grandchildren away on adventures around the world. A lot of fun writing in the raising it on. I hope you enjoy too. You can download it. Start listening today. Hey Grandma how James Baldwin and William F Buckley end up on a stage together in one thousand nine hundred sixty five at Cambridge University to debate one another on Race Nicholas Koby here to talk about his book. The fire is upon us. What's it like growing up black and gay and the south poet and now L. Memoir Ist Sii Jones will be here to talk about his book? How we fight for our lives Concepcion de Leon will give us an update from the literary world last? We'll talk about what we the and the wider world are reading this book view. PODCAST from the New York Times. I'm Pamela Paul. Nicholas Cola is here in the studio to talk about his new book. The fire is upon us. James Baldwin William F. Buckley junior and the debate over race in America. His two previous books were the essential Douglas and Abraham Lincoln and Liberal Democracy Nicholas. Thanks for being here. Thanks thanks for having me. I'm honored to be here all right. This is a change of subject for you why this book. This book emerged through Baldwin. I was invited to write essay about Baldwin and I devoted voted the few months just reading everything could get my hands on. And then I dug into the Youtube Archives of all these video Baldwin and I found the debate with Buckley and I became transfixed was just such a dramatic moment of these two men who embodied movements in a way and they have them on the international stage clashing. I was just sort of became mildly obsessed with it and so I wrote that essay Using the debate as a framing device in is I worked on the ESA I kept thinking. There's there's a book in here and then that book kind of grew and grew and grew to a joint intellectual biography. They're born about a year apart from each other and so I thought I could sort of weave their intellectual biographies against the backdrop of the the rise of the civil rights and conservative movements. I have to say you know word favor of Youtube. All of these things are on there and you can go online and Google Baldwin Buckley debate and it comes right up up. I just want to play a quick clip from that to be. This is a bit. We have a civil rights bill. Now we had an amendment the Fifteenth Amendment nearly one hundred years ago I hate to see them again like an Old Testament prophets whether the amendment was not honor. Then I don't have any reason to believe in the Civil Rights Bill. We'll we'll be on it now and after all one's been there since before you know. A lot of people got their if one has got to proved once title to the land isn't four hundred years enough one hundred years at least three worlds later on will play play another clip from Buckley. But let's start with something you just mentioned Nicholas. which is that? These two men were born. Only fifteen months. Apart in New York City could not have had more different circumstances in terms of their births and upbringing. Let's start with James Baldwin Baldwin born in August nineteen twenty four in Harlem and he's the oldest of nine children and Baldwin describes his childhood as being one the Chili marked by domination His experience is is one in which he has. There's all sorts of individual people in his life police officers landladies landlords that he's seizes is enforcing kind of boundaries Andres on his his growth as a as a human being and he sees his parents victimized by racial oppression by economic anxiety by a lack of economic opportunity and so Baldwin I'm describes growing up in Harlem and is auto biographical writings and a really powerful way of of really a set of circumstances in which he feels so limited as a human being. I mean he has to try to figure out way to find some modicum of power to fight back against the suppression so Baldwin is somebody who eventually finds his lover. He calls it in language words. He's obsessed with books you know from a very young age reading everything and get his hands on trying to find ways in which to make sense of his experience through books and then he begins writing at a very young age and actually actually devote himself to writing often. He can in the ends up becoming a young minister. His father was a lay pentecostal preacher in Haarlem storefront churches and so Baldwin becomes the young minister at the age of fourteen and has really taken by the power of language to connect him to his congregation and although he leaves the church by seventeen he remains a preacher's entire life including the ninety debates. Buckley it really is sermon. Tell us what was his formal education like so Baldwin. was somebody who you know. He says that he was not the best of students students. But that he you know because he had a hard time staying interested in a lot of the things he was learning in school so within a lot of ways he was not died act but he had the opportunity a couple of really really important teachers in his life and those teachers encouraged him to apply for a program at dewitt Clinton high school and he he went to Clinton which of course is this story. Place it's produced to all sorts of important intellectual and political figures and so that experience was important because Baldwin at dewitt Clinton was able to work for the. The High School Literary magazine had some outlets outlet for his creative abilities but he was somebody who did not have an opportunity to go to college so in many ways. You know you sort of you. All people familiar Baldwin's writings assume that he has some sort of you. You know lead education. But but in fact he didn't he was somebody who was largely self educated and was really just a a student you know from a very early age. You know that that he died all right. That's it's a good moment to just pivot quickly to Buckley because we associate him so much with the institutions that he attended of course God and man at Yale but let's start start with his birth in New York City. Buckley is you know as I say at the beginning of the book He May as well been born in on a different planet. You know the same city but my as miserable been a different planet. Buckley really is somebody who was born into immense wealth so Buckley's father is somebody who made in lost and regained fortunes in the real estate and oil businesses. His mother is a comes from old money proud daughter of the confederacy. So I say that you know that his father had new money. His mother had old money. The keyword there's money and they. I used that money to provide their children with a very rich upbringing in a lot of ways and especially educationally ten children yet there were ten. Attendance goes both came from very large families. They did say one thing they have in common. The Buckley's had an estate in Sharon Connecticut known as Great Elm Forty seven Acre estate and they had a a elaborate homeschooling for their children so every subject under the Sun. They had live in tutors. That were there fulltime. They brought in part time tutors to cover. Every other subject to the Buckley's really devoted voted in and they were especially devoted to teaching their children in particular world view and so the Buckley's were taught a kind of they. Call it individualism. But it was really a kind of elitism. They were taught hot to be very suspicious of any form of collectivism socialism communism and the new deal policies of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. But they're also taught to be very suspicious of democracy. I'm they were taught taught that some people are fit to rule others are fit to be ruled and they were among those who were to rule of course and so Buckley really he'd ever really desires to become his father he he doesn't want to follow him into business but he really wants to devote his life to defending the world view that his father taught him on his mother taught him and so in that hierarchy household whether they're todd these values of hierarchy those values thoroughly racial is is one of the key themes the book and so- Buckley's racial politics in many ways you know emerged at a very young age and he sustains those throughout his life so it's interesting that both Buckley and Baldwin for very different reasons are suspicious of certain aspects of American democracy. That's true that's true. And it's it's these moments you know now in the in the book when I say there is kind of surprising there's some surprising overlaps where you know Baldwin and Buckley Ha of crowd the suspicion of liberalism. They have some suspicion of democracy mcreavy they have some suspicion of the capacity of law needs to bring about social change but those moments were there the the there's overlaps very different reasons why they take those positions and so oh I think but in that overlap we can we can learn something about our politics and also in the the reasoning that they you know both of them used to arrive at those conclusions can really help us make sense of our political moment I mean is it in those moments of auto alignment that the tension is greatest in terms of their differences. I think that's true. I mean I think maybe not. There's definitely a lot of tensions just running through The the story but I think that those moments are you know really fascinated me one example. Is that Baldwin and Buckley are both great critics northern hypocrisy on race. You know they they they will often say you know the one line that's uses the Jim Crow has the north simply more sophisticated Baldwin. Say that sort of thing and Buckley would see that sort of thing. Of course Buckley's point point. Was He would say that to get northerners to lay off of the south and Balden would say that to get all of us delay into the north right and so those moments I think are are especially powerful to think about. Okay why is it the Baldwin is looking at somebody you know particular politician that he really does not trust and Buckley's looking at saint politician. It does not trust that person. They have these radically different different reasons for that distrust and I think that's that's really informative for us all right. Let's come from their childhood circumstances right to nineteen sixty five the year in which this debate the subject have your book. The fire is upon US takes place. Where is James Baldwin at this point in his life and career? Nineteen sixty five Baldwin's really at the height of his fame name so Baldwin had published his first novel in Nineteen fifty three and he he'd published by then three novels go tell in the Mountain Giovanni in another country so you establish himself as a fiction writer but also then published several essay collections and in one thousand nine hundred sixty three the next time is published. And that's that's really a book that I mean Baldwin Star was already ascending but that that book sort of sent Baldwin to the height of literary fame I mean so. He's among the most famous writers in the world at that time in Baldwin's connection connection to the civil rights movement was was always a complicated one. I mean he describes himself as a witness in his first interactions with the Jim crow south or as a journalist he goes down to the south to cover. What's happening the black liberation struggle for particular magazines and publications and so Baldwin says my job is to write it all down but he of course feels in this sense of obligation to be go beyond writing it all down of course journalism always has kind of normative dimension to it but he he says you know? He spends a lot of his life if it's what he calls a transatlantic commuter living in Europe and living in the US but he feels a sense of obligation to to engage in the struggle and so by sixty three he's kind of identified as a kind of spokesman when he didn't like that label at all didn't like most labels but he really wants to eat engaged in this that both through his fiction and nonfiction writing. What he's really trying to do is provide his readers years with the sense of what the world looks like through the eyes of of a variety of people in the south and also elsewhere in the country who are in the midst of this struggle to change the country such really I Baldwin? It's up to them so at that moment. Sixty five Cambridge Baldwin's internationally famous. So those students that are packed into that union debating hall. They're really there to see Baldwin. Because Buckley hadn't quite achieved international fame yet all right. Let's talk about William F.. Buckley where is he. Nineteen sixty five in terms of his career. So Buckley by sixty five is second only only to Barry Goldwater in terms of a sort of face of the American conservative movement and Buckley had played really this outsized role in shaping what we now call the conservative movement. So Buckley in Nineteen fifty-five starts at National Review magazine which the idea the magazine was to try to do what progressive magazines had done in the first half of the twentieth century Maksim like the nation and the republic had done so much to shape. The American left and so- Buckley has idea that there's not really anything that we could call it an conservative movement a coherent conservative conservative movement. Fifty five so he has this idea to use a magazine to bring folks together a coalition Together and so he founds national review and very right at the same aim moment. He's founding national review. The civil rights movement the latest phase in the civil rights struggle is occurring the lynching of Emmett till the reaction to that the rest of Rosa parks the Montgomery Montgomery bus boycott..
"sharon connecticut" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show
"And without further ado here is Matthew continuity, Matthew, any welcome to the podcast, first and foremost, can you tell our? Audience a little bit about yourself, and the research you're doing on the history of intellectual conservatism. Sure well on the editor of the Washington free beacon. It's a conservative online newspaper. We founded in twenty twelve before that I was a writer and editor for the weekly standard magazine now defunct, but I had done that since I graduated from Columbia in two thousand and three and I found that I had a special characteristic while I was at the weekly standard. I was the only member of the staff who had read every issue of the weekly standard because they had these beautiful set of bound volumes and trying to familiarize myself with my craft. I went through them all and thus developed an interest in the history of the conservative intellectual movement, which is really now in its I guess if you dated with the publication in America of the road to serfdom in forty four forty five it's now almost seventy seventy five years old. So you. Ticket from the road to serfdom. I think a lot of people when you think about a figure say like William F, Buckley, they dated to God. And man at Yale. So it's interesting that you talked about you started at the weekly standard. Were you collegiate network fellow? I was yes. It's a funny thing at Columbia. We didn't have a collegiate network paper in the clear network of courses in network of conservative campus papers, so infect the the main paper at Columbia, the Columbia spectator was affiliated with the collegiate network, and that's how I became plugged into that organization. I also contributed to their national magazine, which was called campus magazine, and so CNN very generously funded me for my first year at the weekly standard and a little bit before that expired. I was promoted or hired permanently on the staff. So I was also a collegiate network fellow could we can have the secret handshake now. Yes, exactly. And the reason why. I bring this up is that something that I think for a lot of folks observing conservatism and the world of conservatism from outside. It's bound re's is that our experience of being kind of brought into via the cloud network and a lot of other organizations being brought into the conservative movement via a very distinct recruitment process is not that unusual, and I've been talking a lot this week about conservatism as I talk a lot about conservatism all the time every day for my entire life. And that conservatism, I think in many ways is a movement. It's a movement. It's not just a set of ideas or an ideology, it is a movement. Can you talk about how the ideology of conservatism and the movement of conservatism relate to one another? Well, that's a great question. One thing. My studies in reading. Has shown me is that it's very difficult to speak of conservatism is just a minute monolithic ideology. In fact, from the very beginning. There have been competing definitions of what a conservative is or what he or she believes in a lot of these questions were kind of solved by the foundation of national review in November nineteen fifty five and for many decades national review was it like to say the only game in town in terms of kind of propagating or or communicating what a conservative consensus was that. Clearly is no longer the case, but the conservative movement, the political expression of some of these ideas, really kind of came into being shortly after the foundation of national review, I kind of dated to nineteen sixty which was the organization of young Americans for freedom and the publication of their founding charter the sheriff. Statement. Sharon, Connecticut is where it was signed on the front lawn of Bill Buckley's family home where he grew up and that same year nineteen sixty sees the publication of Barry Goldwater, conscience of a conservative and so- Goldwater becomes really the central political figure of conservatism at that time, he inherits the title from the deceased of Senator Robert Taft, and he's the.
"sharon connecticut" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"To have. Have. When. There are no longer going to show up for congresswoman Ilhan, Omar is talking about TSA workers, the freshman democrat went on moping the government back up just like the house has voted in congress to do. So and end your temper tantrum. And then we can start a thoughtful and deliberate debate about what to do on immigration. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says it is all up to Democrats is their plan truly to throw federal workers DACA recipients customs and border patrol and indeed all America under the bus just to extend this Ron of political theater. They shut down now enters day thirty three. CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. For those in trouble because of the real life affects of this shutdown. There are five thousand federal employees in New Jersey, many have been furloughed some are working without pay and they are turning to soup kitchens to feed their families. Carlos Rodriguez is president and CEO of the community food Bank of New Jersey. He says the entire state has been impacted and are a harbor facility. We had coastguard workers and their families needing food here in Elizabeth New Jersey, we've had workers even IRS project workers a mobile food Bank for TSA workers will be at Newark airport tomorrow, another big worry says Rodriguez is food stamp benefits. Possibly drying up. If the shutdown continues mindset here is very similar to hurricane preparedness. You know, you hear of a storm coming and you start making preparations, and you pray that it goes away. And it takes a turn somewhere. Else in Newark, Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eight eight eight it's three thirty three. A new agreement between metro north and Amtrak to help connect parts of the Bronx in Westchester county to New York Penn station looks like coming together for Wednesday. Sharon, Connecticut commuters who want to go to the west.
"sharon connecticut" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The phones we shall go and Maury Maury Carling from bell more Matt Moore you on the fan. What's happening? How are you? I'm doing fantastic. How about you? Okay. So then the question. Yes. Prospects, and you have multiple prospects. And they have not proven to be played baseball. They're really just potential right? Correct. So I think we have an opportunity to bring it closer that has proven. You got a second basement that's proven and he could hit the ball. Why not give them? Well, you're right on with everything. Here's what my thinking is. And we were talking about this last night. And it was also a topic all day today with callers like yourself. And also with just about every host as well. And that is this nothing wrong with. Of course with the prospects. Take my take even from twenty four hours ago when we were talking right after the deal was announced we I have no argument with. With the prospects. But if my thinking was if the match were to take on most of what is owed Robinson canal, then they may not have had to give up any prospects. However, the prospects you would want to hold onto very thin farm system to begin with what you wanted was for the mats to take on most of the money owed to canot not all of it. I mean, you got you have to have Seattle lead some of it fine and hold and hold your tools chips. Yes. Right. Well, of course to get somebody to they wanted to get rid of canot not by as. But they had a include by to sweeten the deal. So they could get rid of canal. But here's the thing anthem the had decided, and maybe they have we just don't know what the money is. But if the Mets had decided to take on most of what is owed canot over the next five years, they may not have had to give up any prospects. And save them not for the. For another deal. Yeah. Exactly, exactly. It has to be some sort of trickle. These guys are you know, they operate. They want to make sure that they shock on the cell the shale oil, but the reality of the Jewish. They're hoping Seattle. And if they give up too much than I've all be disappointed as well. And why should Seattle when this deal Seattle is getting to players who have major league experience, and at least from what we know three prospects. So they could get rid of casino, and but they had to get rid of their closer as well. But the bottom line is why does I mean Seattle things say one this deal? They're getting rid of a guy who they feel. They got the they got their getting rid of a bad contract. And they're getting rid of a closer who. Yes is in his prime. But could could be that. He'll he may never get close to fifty seven saves again. Let alone a one point nine seventy RA. And you could make the argument with all the pitchers who are out there. You know, how many free agent relief pitchers that are are read them. All it would take me until two o'clock, and the Mets may have been able to save their prospects. Not take on canola and is contract and select from a multitude of relief pitchers who might have been able to close for the New York Mets. Now, they got the best. He's a he can make a met fan excited. That's a sure and also having a canal who can hit and produce and be a, you know, a contributor to a successful season sounds very very enticing. I just have my doubts. Because he's thirty six and not familiar with the National League and really wanted to come back to New York to be your Yankee. And I'm hoping and guessing that look nothing wrong with going out at night. As long as he's not out all night long doing things at my impair his performance on the field. If you know from what I'm talking. CJ is calling from. Mt. Holly CJ. What what Stephen very surprised, I very your fans bring up this part on the deal. Let's not forget know with court competing. Jeep is a cheater, gee, what this type of player to disgrace your organization, I think was. The you know, what CJ first of all, you know, to be fair, and what the balance I mean, we all suspected for a while about Mike Piazza. You know, you could make the argument that who wasn't on with the steroids. He was an all by himself. I'm just saying no, you what you don't want is anything to get into the way. Whether it's alcohol, whether it's steroids, whether it's the New York lifestyle that he had all night long already when he was with the Yankees spent many nights from what I understand there were some nights where he would leave certain establishments with the sun coming up. Yeah. I mean, I don't really like my team go forward as far as biggest future lose. Bets. Much of this contract. Give up the prospects. Luke dislike the agents. So maybe that's part of the dealing. Well, listen, they have to make more moves whether it's free agents, whether it's with what trades because they have a thin farm system. Everyone's thinking and it sound thanking callers like itself everybody want that. If the Mets were to eat, most of the money, they wouldn't have to give up any contracts. Any prospects? I apologize. I know that if they were most of the money wouldn't have to give up any prospects. When you have a thin farm system. You want to save those prospects for the blockbuster deal. But if you're gonna if you're not gonna, you know, take on most of the money that you have to give prospects to so listen, we'll see how this all shakes out. It's you know, we're getting in December one now, and we're a ways away, and there are more things that the Metropolitans have to do, and it's wonderful that they are being aggressive because we're making jokes about how the Yankees were on the hot stove, the Mets were in the freezer freezer going to the refrigerator going to the microwave. This is getting them onto the hot stove and hot it is about the most men metropolitan vans. Are liking this. And I want to like it unequivocably wanna wink at one hundred percent. But I do have some concerns about his age and the National League and National League parks and National League pitching. And he's not going to be with the Yankees. And whether is lifestyle is a little bit more, you know, within bounds of propriety is we might say in the trade. So I have some concerns about him. And again, he's thirty six I don't normally advocate team that I root for and feel emotional about. I don't normally advocate signing thirty six year old second baseman. Michael is calling from Connecticut. Michael you're on the fan. Michael. Thank you for the call. What's happening, buddy? Hey, michael. What can you say save? I'm not crazy about the trade eater. Believe me on. It's going to happen. And there's a way you gotta look at it. Oh, sure. And. Forum and could produce and always better than gross. And this other kid. Fours act. So you have to look at it that way. The main thing is they have to and I'm not crazy for because I think he is a really good pitcher. But we don't have any farm system. Syndergaard has to go and you're right. You can't get prospects back. Now. What are you thinking straight? See if they traded Syndergaard Jenner Red Sox. And after last cash, Bradley. And maybe somebody else does seem they want. The main thing they need is a catcher. Yes. Well, they need a catcher, and they need a center fielder and AJ Pollock is out there. I mean, they need a catcher, that's, you know, Mike, thanks for the call. It's good to hear the voice already. Mike is like I always think Mike where's red tie? Every time. He calls because he always does Rodney Dangerfield with his wife, and it's very funny, but it's good to hear. I hope you and the MRs have the best of the holiday season. In fact, I wish that for anyone that listens to WFAN twenty four seven. So but good to hear your voice, Mike. That's for sure. The bottom line is AJ Pomme Kaz out there. They need a catcher. Listen, what about third base of my thinking at the moment. Canot its second macneil if he is not going to Seattle would be a third. What do you do with Frazier? He can't get rid of him. You have more over there at first base. But I'd rather see it first Peter Alonzo, Steve is calling from Sharon, Connecticut. Steve feed. Always a pleasure. My pleasure to Steve what's going on. I haven't met way about the Kenosha. But I just wanted to ask you about the Seig ground that interview. I was so excited to hear what what that guy had to say. And then all of a sudden he just hung up before I even had a chance to really tune in. And listen, I was just curious if if you ever reached out to him after that. We tried to get Maggie gray asked me the other day when I saw her in the hallway she was leaving. And I was coming into work. She was leaving. And she asked me she said I thought for sure you would get him on for the next night. And but I we tried to do we were texting him to come on even after he hung up on me. I remember you saying we be an Ontario where I think I was. Although I mean, listen, I it was wonderful to get all that kind of publicity. And Howard Stern was talking about it and in California with the newspapers and coast-to-coast already. But I'm gonna let me be honest with you. And why shouldn't I be I here's where I felt bad. And some of the criticism was warranted. I should have saved the stick and the kind of questions to have fun with. With him. At the end of an interview another words, we got him on to find out why he didn't vote for degrom. And why he did vote for sure now it is unlikely voted for Jason Vargas. The only looked at Scherzer's wins and strikeouts. Not enough. And here's a guy who doesn't even cover baseball on a full-time basis. It doesn't have to be an analytical statistical sabermetrics geek buddy does need to look at all that's available in terms of analytics in terms of supplementing. What his regular view what he would look at under normal circumstances like wins and losses strikeouts. ERA? He may not have to be the statistical gate, but you wanna look at it to supplement. What other information you get from watching and looking at the establish numbers like wins losses ERA etcetera. Bottom line is he looked at wins and strikeouts. Only were sure sure surrounded Goodyear, but all of that. But, but he didn't know me, and I didn't know him. But he's got a no covenant. A New York radio station were for degrom just but again, all the, publicity and wonderful too. But you know, something. But we would have liked to have gotten him back on. But he was like a little too thin skinned we wanted of back onto talk want to come back with a baby. And he shouldn't even have a vote between you me and the lamppost. Why is he voting? He wrote two articles on baseball all during the season and not even a real full-time baseball writer..
"sharon connecticut" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Some of that. I don't think is fair. Now, I do think a couple of criticism of him are fair. I mean, the fact that he does seem to get injured a little bit. You know, he does seem to have a little bit of an injury history. Only played one hundred and eleven games last season played one hundred and fifty nine this season. The other one time and that was this year at exactly one hundred. But the point is this is you know, he's he Jovan ninety nine in his MVP. Yes. One hundred and he got as close as you can. But the other point is that's okay. The health issue is the issue. Two point two. Yeah. Wasn't anything else not production? But you know, what that was an issue with Giancarlo Stanton this year. And then look what happened. He was able to use the D H in his favor, especially when it was battling the hamstring while Aaron judge was injured for seven weeks this season. And it was able to keep him off his feet, Giancarlo Kerry, this the Yankees at that point. No. But at least you kept his bat in the lineup. Listen, Bryce Harper. Switching leagues that could help you keep them in the lineup with the DHL is over the Yankees. For a lot of candidates there. But the thing is is it gives you options. And it does give you this incredible lefty bat it really does. I mean, it's tailor made for Yankee Stadium. Up next. James, Sharon, Connecticut, James what's going on. Longtime Yankee fan. I weigh in on it this way. Bryce, Harper's and outfielder and the Yankees are long and outfielder Manny Machado is an infielder, and we need his glove just as much as we need that one of the tragic. Let me ask you this to turn Harper into a first baseman. The.
"sharon connecticut" Discussed on The Moth
"I just finished my first year at mount holyoke college now is now beginning a summer job as a box office manager in Sharon, Connecticut, and that'd be living in the dorms with everybody who worked there backstage and the storm. It was. It was a small house, but more like a cabin. And when you walked in, the first you'd noticed was that it smelled like cigarette smoke and that the floors were lined with empty beer bottles, or would they would call empties and. I'm not really a party you're I never was. I was always an old soul, and I was honestly more busy vizier being Armenian than having any time for drinking drugs or anything else. So I was, I was nineteen and I decided that I wanted to see how the other half lived. So within my first week of work, I drank for the first time I smoked for the first time and I lost my virginity to the guy who operated the sound booth. And so I now had a boyfriend kind of and also. And had also earned myself nickname tequila. But since. But since I didn't have a group of friends at the time to give advice from or ask questions to, I was kind of figuring things out on my own. Is it normal that my body hurts this much still afterwards? Or is it normal that he's not talking to me that much now as much as you did or is it normal? That my my throat feels like I have a lump in it all the time. And if so, then how much of their sadness do women typically express as a as opposed as opposed to the amount that they keep inside and forget about..
"sharon connecticut" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And rob you're on the fan what's going on Steve it's. Time and take out. The urban Meyer Listen three-game suspension is a joke and Sandpoint is. Ohio, State of their. First two, games against nobody's well wait a, minute I mean Oregon state Rutgers TC yo Yeah yeah is. Tim remember, real I'm Joe three cupcakes Anyway, the NC double a. can step in there I. Mean we got kids that they take money from schools schools. Get. Put. On probation and this? Guy flat out lied Stand against domestic violence and they basically treated. As a, joke see you have to understand it wasn't dead. He was lying he just decided not to tell the truth And that's bas- well I'm you know that's basically the explanation that was given well with the investigation that was. Done, well he didn't he really didn't mean. To lie that's. That's basically what they're trying to tell you But it's it's just a joke it, was handled, terribly Corey and you basically basically just proved that. You know above being above the war and not having, a, integrity is, is not as important as winning football there it is and what else is no, I mean. And thank you for very much. For the call sunny is calling from Malvern sunny How. Are you sunny I'm doing well Well the weather? Stay? So forgive me Chorus, is clear as. Possible no problem Steve Can't keep talking about this thirty s been going on the NFL had a chance to correct it and take care of, this and they screwed it up big. Time it's going to be another one seasonal all this nonsense for the national, anthem kneeling and also the Henry rose going to be a big issue to this. Year so on It's not too much. Distraction anyway Yes they. Screwed, this up to big time listen? Where is the class with dignity Morals and values of the school I mean this is not the first time? Urban, Meyer had a problem follow him around. From, every school that he's coached at Comes to. College coaches college coach next to Nick Sabin does to a one to one listen When is enough is enough Equals it's all about the dollar all about putting fannies in the seats in Ohio. State, beats. Grace, with themselves well sure no I'm not, gonna. Watch them, this year Steve I mean he's got a minimum a year suspension for the first. Three games, come on joke I mean you could coach And from what I understand although I'm not sure that I understand the one hundred percent that he can hang around the team. After game one I'm not sure what that means whether he can be at practice et cetera so be. With, the. Coaches, and whatever but the bottom line is, after. Game one, from what I understand from reading what I was reading from last night after the. Press conference, and so forth That he will be able to hang around the team and first of all whether it's Oregon. State that he's missing or Rutgers that he's missing or TC I, mean they're. Going to be three and no to. Begin with and you don't think he's going to have some input you may not be on the sidelines but certainly he's going to have input for sure Joe is calling from Seaford, and Joe you're on the fan what's going on Joe say that. Isn't so and Joe is not, going, to be able to. Say it isn't so Mike is. Calling from Merrick Michael you're on the, fan thank you for. Taking the time Are. You okay mic what's going on I just a couple of alternative points on the anthem issue number one it's I mean when, you, take a step back. And look at the anthem okay Okay Expensive entertainment, venue serving copious amounts of. Alcohol we all know what a large portion of the fan base is before they even get into the. Game Maybe we need to think about buying it at all because Well. There's, that's been, discussed and I mean that's been brought up However I mean the military pays a lot of money millions of, dollars to. The NFL for that. Kind of exposure before. The I'll absolutely that's a different, issue that's a client issue when you really think about expose? Can you think of any other profession and the private sector Where you have to stand for the national anthem, before work. Every day honestly I. Can't think of any. Other than sports well I preach, allegiance in school you gotta stand I remember as a kid That. Would be the. Public sector but I mean Seriously it's maybe. Antiquated and it's time to rethink. The whole thing and maybe it. Doesn't belong there Well listen I mean and to me it's such a shame and and and as much, as I understand why the kneeling was going on and and. That's their right to do that Dividing and being so passionate about the division I mean I mean the intensity the passion So many. Fans really hating, and, that's not what it's supposed to. Do that, kind of peaceful protesting but to me see maybe the says something about me I mean if, I'm going to tailgate before a game, and I'm. Going to be with friends with family whatever it may be with your neighbors your tailgating, you look forward to that. Sunday morning tailgating and then. You look forward to the game whether they're kneeling or standing that's what they wanna do I could care less and I want to see. The game and I'm not going to be so upset that I can't enjoy the game and then, after the game going home and discussing the game and having a. Good memory or not the bottom line is what takes place for a couple of minutes while the national anthem is going on with the. Star spangled, banner going on that, is not Going to upset, my someday and you had so many people are so put off. By it and the reason being because these guys kneeling and copper gimmick is the number one Villain here in the very. Beginning for. Not explaining what? He was doing everybody wanted to every talk. Show at who doesn't do a talk show maybe a couple of people listening right now don't do. It dog show what is it bottom line is every national TV with radio everything wanted to get capper Nick on the. Air to talk about what the kneeling was all about and he didn't say word now of laid over the. Last year or so probably to get himself. Back on the field he's a little. Bit of explaining his put some, money where the knee was and so forth and so on but the bottom. Line is they weren't expecting so everyone thinks it's against the flag. It's un-american it's against the cops it's against the military and this idiot capper Nick Is wearing a Castro shirt and these wearing with the pigs on his. Socks depicting the police we need police what is it already and he. Knows that and it had nothing to do I'm listening all. Businesses and. All lines of? Work there are bad apples everyone knows that. Whether you're a cop whether you're a butcher Baker candlestick maker and cops know there are bad cops. Butchers and bakers and candlestick makers no there are bad butchers and bakers and, candlestick makers of bottom line is we need. Police in the military and those who paid the alternate sacrifice every day we should like be thankful for the. Fact that we can walk the same streets. They used to walk Steve is calling. From Sharon. Connecticut and Steve you're, on the fan in New York City what's, happening No you just nailed. It on every level well what level was that I mean I couldn't agree more. I I didn't have. Any problem with the kaffir, Knicks, domineering maybe, didn't quite agree with that I really wasn't. Sure because He didn't say anything Google and try. To figure out any kind of you. Know. What, the issues were right and you know? And, and I think the? The kneeling, statement is over they kneeled, they you know they made the statement they brought to the public attention it needed to. Be needed to happen absolutely Drew attention unfortunately instead of I. Mean nobody is Steve let me ask you this do you know anyone who is, four social injustice exactly I mean it's an issue it's. An important issue listen it doesn't take place overnight you know as I say I think and I've said, this tongue in cheek already dripping with a little bit of sarcasm I think, ESPN, decided, certainly, not, to, show, star, spangled banner and the national anthem the, whole thing at. The beginning of before the game so as because there are a lot, of people who don't like the first. Amendment or for, that matter the emancipation proclamation and don't take there's some of that involved, in this, one eight seven seven three three seven six six x..
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"I'm btk Oh trading Day here that Willie Mays is extolling the virtues of. His relative, of course a member of the family with barrel-a-day. Is ridiculous, I mean let's. Face it I don't think, if they if there wasn't a, family connection I wonder if the considered by many to be the greatest player of, all time the true five tool, ball player whatever consider. The, tainted Barrel aid as a surefire hall of Famer and the bottom line is I've, said this before I'll say it again you can take barrow, it you can take the b twelve rocket you could take. So say you could take McGuire and. Bowel marrow and so many others and put them, into the hall of, fame but only, if you build a steroid Wayne right next to the hall of fame as we. Know it, in Cooperstown that's how you would put them into. The hall, of fame a. Build a steroid wing and put these guys in it and, that's the end of the argument Glenn is calling from Ridgewood New Jersey and Glen, you're on the fan what's happening, Glenn a those everyday Oh everything seems to, be okay Gwen, and with you Stressed, out about the, Yankees, lost today I it's the mess but you know it's I guess it's one. Of these games, that maybe, they had to. Give up but then. Again, you know decribe was pitching I understand that Steve Look at this. Race and have left Baseball you see that the Yankees have the top card, about three and a half. Games now and then right behind him the famous anabolics Swept by a couple, of days ago four game. By Seattle Mariners Now I can I can see. The anabolic win the west division then what happens with the wildcard now the Yankees might have to face, either Astro the marriage, or Wildcard, what, do you think, about, that, Steve no well I think they. Will make the wild, card and I think they'll be the home team but. No I think no no I think Houston Houston listen they're going to win the division they're the better team and I think that Houston you could. Talk about Cleveland. You could talk about Boston and all the wins. That they have and all the. Wins that they're probably still whatever the Houston crumble at the end Well what if they don't That's, the thing Oakland Asia I'm right here the doklam native playing baseball I've seen does, far and right. Now they're. They're very consistent I see they. Just keep winning and winning and this, goes to, show you Steve either guys a bunch of no name probably getting paid next to nothing and these guys are, making a? Push for it you know and it's amazing because you see like the Yankees have a, high payroll and. It's like I don't know it's just they don't. Have the. Push for it. I guess I, don't know 'cause, judging, Sanchez Well let's see Well you might be pressing a little bit of. A panic button I don't think to me even though the Yankees have been over their land sixty. Or so games basically a. Five hundred team I think they're better than the as and I think they're better than. The Mariners there they have. A better bullpen I think what they have to do is just get some of the wounded back and to get Severino. Get, him right I mean I. Don't you know to, me, as the big issue at the moment CC savannah of course. On the d. l. Tanaka Tanakh is a money guy come serious October baseball he does give up. The home run but nonetheless. Who doesn't in this day and age with the major league so the bottom line is. That the Yankees to me. We'll hold off the anabolics and they may fade when push comes to shove they're a young team they play an anonymity At, the Oakland, Alameda County, Coliseum which is basically playing baseball Grand Canyon and. I think the Yankees are better than Seattle but they do need straight now. And some, of the. Things that have beset them over the, last sixty some odd games one eight seven seven three three seven six. Six six six number to call share is calling from, summit chair listener Steve it's an honor I've been listening to you much too, long probably should have. Been studying for exams But I'll hang up and listen, I, have. To say that. You were kind of bashing USC quarterbacks if. The jets had somebody like Carson Palmer You know Edwards Rex Ryan Eric Mangini even go, back Bill parsoes that would have been great right exactly So and that's it. And, there he, goes the little little tongue in cheek a little, dripping with some sarcasm the jets listen, and and again what you want to see from the running game you want to see from the offensive the wonderful to have quarterback that may be around for a. While that may provide some hope and some believe of so many better Sundays and Mondays and Thursdays ahead, but the bottom line is you wonder about the supporting. Cast one exhibition, game, does, not, make, a career but you have. To say that Sam darnold. Look? Terrific And again with the curse with the new one with Robbie Anderson is this the kind of receiving core and again they did they. Find a tight end from the other night already but the bottom line is darnold did look good and, you have to feel good if you're a jet fan For what you saw with, the. Quarterback and, maybe a teddy Bridgewater continues to play good football and the. Next, thing you know as we get that much closer to the NFL trading deadline which is. Over thirty they can get something in return for a teddy Bridgewater who also look good, the other night and you wonder seriously I. Mean you, can't take too seriously if you look at things seriously no you can't take a look at the. One exhibition, game where everything is pretty much vanilla nobody is scheming and nobody is really designing anything that? Is going, to fool. Any quarterback even a rookie quarterback making his first start. I mean what we saw the other night was, pretty much vanilla from both teams and also with the giants The Browns as well all ready but you certainly want, to make a good impression and Sam darnold. Did that, Steve as Steve called us back from Sharon Connecticut yes sorry about that how are you my friend I'm great thank you that was really nice, to see diagram against the, Yankees ball, dejected you always know you're taking the Phillies and you don't get the respect I think it was important tonight for him, to? Have. A good starting. For the Saigon? Thing but Caller said. Something earlier. About kissing and holding on guys and how he sighed Cora so. Well I think that's really tough to pull out a pitcher when you're. Going down this road you don't wanna lose them by you know disrespecting and killing the confidence, so Menton on that let me ask you something right at this, at this moment who would be, or your, National League Cy Young award. Winner I. Think after, night after tonight I think it's the ground I mean. I know the Yankee lineup without judge isn't what it is with Georgia I mean you look at the met lineup without Well I'll tell you this year I'm sorry for the hesitation I'm communicating a little bit with a brand new. Board up on the other side so I'm sorry if, I send a, little bit distracted but then again that's normal. For, me to begin with anyway Yeah I would vote for him to although my feeling is is not going. To happen it'll probably? Be somebody like max Scherzer with the Washington and we were alluding to him earlier already with the winds and the whip and the innings pitched and the strikeouts and he's at an exception will season also how about like what a couple of a day. Or two ago where he's got? Where he leaves after seven innings with the three to nothing lead by. What happened in the bottom of the ninth inning with a walk off grand slam costing. Him and the crash a win so how comforting a, was that, although I still think digressions. Are gonna make some kind of a run it's hard for me to think that. It'll be a race chance between Atlanta and Philadelphia I, gotta think and, do think that the crash animals although time Is running out will make some kind of a run even. Though it's been a dysfunctional and malfunction all season for, the crash To me I still see and maybe not clearly seeing Atlanta and Philadelphia a, little bit with the. Fading and and. For anyone really thinks that the Anna bollocks and the Mariners are gonna catch the Yankees not going to happen keep in mind now the rest of this. Month of August the schedule does favor the New, York Yankees splaying so many teams under five hundred just a few hours ago they. Ended up losing to one of those teams but they should be regrouping more sooner than later that question with the New York Yankees is. How long will the j. lo we Severino to right all the wrongs.
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"Him we don't have a vote for Cy Young, now so no Mets. Tonight but of, course the whole story that might be silver lining in such an awful season for the, Metropolitans of, course is Jacob degrom as far as tonight is, concerned you saw a little bit of football was in, my I, mean after a by, halftime you had to be turning back to the Yankee, game even if you are a metre fan because, they I, mean it really is more a controlled, scrimmage you, know from, this nobody wants to get. Hurt you're not gonna see the veterans if they work up a, sweat then they've been out there more than you. Expect and of course rookies aren't trying to make the team and impressed the coaching staff and. Again but most of this This, is going to be. With the butchers, and the bakers in the candlestick makers and back with their real jobs once this exhibition, once the, preseason once the not real games are all said, and done but it was fun to see Barclay carry, the football, little bit and certainly, the standout fourth of Brown's no question about it was, Baker Mayfield looking like the number one overall but, again it's, you know it's all for well for, him I, mean right, now I mean tyrod Taylor. Started the game so and he threw an ice mass to Jarvis, Landry and the giants for what are you saw. Now again you know it doesn't count it doesn't matter but if you were looking in on. The game long enough There wasn't a lot if you're a giants fan, to be impressed unless I'm missing something here outside of Mark lean you know that how beckon is going to be out there and Barkley is going to, be out, there and. Eli is gonna be upright and the offense of wine is going to do its thing you know the offense going. To be a little bit better or a lot better should be then from a year, ago but the bottom line is he didn't see much tonight and. Again you have to, be among the, coaching staff looking at the video to see how some of the rookies, that we, don't, focus on, when you're watching on television because. They follow the football, so as far as some more offensive, linemen and defensive linemen and right away you saw the the Browns moving the ball there for the the first, touchdown is, so if I, remember correctly going. Back and forth watching the Yankee game I mean giant linebacker Was beaten and coverage wide open as a Brown making the catch gate I, think it was something like a thirty two thirty three yard gain so again if you listen you are. Glad nobody got hurt that's the, bottom line it doesn't matter who wins the these games to. Be honest, with you but the bottom line is it's really more controls as scrimmage more so the first game than any. Of the others you'll see a little bit more with. The starters, as we move along and breathes season but tonight I mean you couldn't wait for the football and then after about ten minutes it was enough already you're still waiting all right one eight. Seven seven three three seven six six six six is number to call Philip, is calling from freeport Phillip you're on the fan what's going on even thanks for taking my call pleasure my pleasure go right ahead Philo you know Donald, Trump at, the time At. Boston can. Scores so me. Runs, in Toronto, I'm very happy about that What are you saying about Trump, and with Toronto and Boston. Say they could always score I mean you know very hot I mean Stephen I mean it's unbelievable, you. Know what listen the Yankees had some. Injuries right, a lot, of people. Started getting, on I, mean you. Have no, Sanchez yet. No judge and? By the way of another kid, down. That's very hot you know last year If you have these guys up here, and then you. Get a the, guy unbelievable game I mean thank God you? Know you you. Bring a guy up on two seconds John disabled list? I mean, Steve do you really think. These guys before you let me go do you think, that the Yankees. Really have a shot To overtake this division? Your thoughts on. That one that I have one more question for you Go ahead the, other question is do you think that one these. Guys come, back like Sanchez and you know let's say Clinton as you comes. Up and charge I mean I really. Think that this is. Something that, they really miss it like I hear a. Lot of callers I hear people talk I'm. Like I can't even venture. Venture towards the manager this guy. Georgia's he's competing for the MVP Stephen always. Of the. Show always thank you for your time I know a lot. Of calls a waiting thank you can't wait. To hear your comments on I'm wondering. If other callers who loved the show will. Love it. Now after hearing him first of all Well listen the Yankees are now eight games out no I don't think they're going to win the division number one and and certainly when they get Sanchez back even with the one eighty eight unable to, catch the ball. Still has fourteen runs at over forty RBI's he'll always be a threat with the. Hitting that's, for sure even if the batting average isn't there and of. Course missing judge is missing, aligned but no, I don't, think they're going to overtake the Boston Red Sox the lead is. Too big but I mean listen. The you make it sound like the Yankees lost four in a. Row they did with, the red stockings But, they have one four neuro and they're doing what you're supposed to do with bad teams and have looked very very good tonight I'm Renault right so he gave up a couple of runs who cares the Yankees. What their power winning at home getting a, good start as. They say in two thousand eighteen equality start and of course looking forward to having. A judge, come back and and listen the most important wins will be. For Boston when they get. Going in serious, October baseball, Steve is calling from Sharon Connecticut is, it and Steve you're on. The fan in New York City How, are you Steve oh wonderful thank you sir Yeah the Yankees aren't catching them. They won four. Hundred zero, and up one game let's be real I mean just, get ready and hope you have. Good. Playoff game but? My? Call, about. Dak- sydrome yes I the way. I look at it with sure I mean you can. Look at the number era, with all the you know statistics and whatnot but I, just feel like he needed to win one game like the Yankees. You're, going to, need to do who you call on. And I feel like Jacob the Graham is. Going to give you a great start and, that would be the one that pushes me over the edge, well of course and and that's the, kind of season thank you for the cost kind. Of season he's had to give you a. Great start even if he doesn't get a decision or loses a game but. He. Got the. Eight runs yesterday which was like as rare as a lunar. Clamps you'll see. Haley's, comet more than you will. The Mets as a team scoring as many as. Eight Ron's for. A Jacob, Cy Guam start Vinnie is calling for Manus Kwan Vinnie, you're on the fan what's happening. Vinnie Hey Steve how you. Doing big fan of yours longtime well thanks. For that Vinnie appreciated of course what can you say well I took took the. Boy to. The giants game tonight we're real excited. About saquon Barkley the. New coaching? Staff Yeah I'm excited and we're going back to the three, four defense I'm just I'm, just. Real, excited, about the, giants this, year professional coaching staff, is in, place, and I'm looking forward to. Maybe stick it in the playoffs this year and then causing some problems for some. Other teams in particular they, filled out the eagle no well listen I mean. This way even though this, game I mean again veterans don't wanna get hurt they're not. Going to even be out there long enough to work up a sweat you can't take a win doesn't matter who wins these games loses these games you wanna see with several you're young players that are. Going to, be, on, the team you want to see from, this. Point, on whether they. Grow whether. They evolve. And whether they look? Like, they can make a contribution and make some kind of. Positive difference for the New York football giants I mean It, was an exhibition game and had looked dead it, wasn't very. Impressive listen you were yawning as you were watching now again. The coaches they'll take a look, with the film and video and they'll take a look at some of the rookie said when you're watching on television they followed the, football so you don't see, from. Some, of, those guys, down in, the trenches whether they're, getting the, job, done or not but the. Bottom line is as a as a game it's almost like the Pro Bowl where. Nobody is doing anything but, nonetheless it was a nice night for Baker Mayfield. And certainly on that Barkley, Ron to watch the quads goat thirty nine yards and that. I stay handoff I mean that was very impressive we'll take a break we'll get back to your calls no from.
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"Three three seven sixty six sixty six mike and manila fan is on a fan i might hey what's up john is everything going good good day i mean i was calling you all last winter you in appalachia last last winter about giancarlo stanton trade anybody anything we didn't and we didn't do it now now i don't wanna treat the ground i don't wanna trade syndergaards you know what if the met owners want to show me something goes too cheap owes you know that they'll squeaked out quarter until the eagles screams put out a three hundred million dollar contract for machado and tell them to put it out at least it not really because you haven't been not real yeah we are we all getting worse than the marlins right now and they traded everybody at least we got to start pitches i mean come on we're not gonna get nothing for them anyhow everybody wants to give us nothing for them but the yankee fans wanna give us something we want tourist i that's it you want you championship torres hey mike mike look i look i get what you're saying i mean to cut you off i get what you're saying you know what i want resume of course but again i'm i'm being realistic about it because i know the yankees on giving me but let's forget that forget the trade 'cause i'm with you i don't want to trade the graham i don't want to trade synagogue i wanna do what you just said i want to throw the money at manny machado and dare i say bryce operas well how about that how ownership like you said steps up to the plate after they'd given us another disgraceful disastrous year where they don't all this money and all these free agents said not one of them have been worth a darn okay not one of them all right let's be honest and go out there and bring in the big guy let's go to neiman marcus but this one how about that let's go to tiffany's but this one how about that let's go let's go to the lamborghini store how about that instead of buying you know the toyota can we do that in all due respect to toyota really can we do that now is it time now to go out there and throw the money at manny machado e even one of them give me one of them give him a channel or hopper i'm good to go let's go let's do it don't trade anybody and do that eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six steve in sharon connecticut is on fan i steve what's happening steve yes sir what's going on you you hit it right in the head just now keep the ground keep them all let's spend some money let's get it going we have a decent score with the kids get the catcher from tampa bay ramose what's his name yet wilson ramda's okay yeah free asia right the end of the year i think so free agent i'm not hundred percent sure but i would say you said yes okay you go so we signed him all right good sign wolf romo's and we signed manny machado manny machado obviously fix the bullpen but the bullpens a disaster what is it kimbrel of free agent to go sign him they go kimbrel machado and wilson ramos let's go well i mean for the first few weeks of the season we were eleven to two whatever it was full of the week two weeks and then now we have the most losses in the bowl not i mean it's a disaster i mean let's be the only thing that's good with this team i now starting pitching is pretty good that's it but that's what i look i don't wanna trade the graham i don't wanna trade syndergaard i want what they were we talked about with the last two calls i want the bullpens to open up the vault and throw throw a ton amanda machado manny we want you here we want to play shortstop whatever you want you want play third base whatever you want throw the money machado let's go you hit it there you go machado kimbrel ramos ready let's go let's see what happens keep the starting pitches the way we're on we're on a way not going to happen eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six.
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"Wept tears of frustration because he was too young to join them buckley then famously purge the conservative movement that he helped to create of the kooks and the bigots and the racist in the anti semites around the time he graduated college how did buckley make that journey in just a little over a decade brown rear this where um a very different area and the era rather than i team the thirty uh jews were not welcoming very committed various communities up blacks were not welcome in beni it is he's other groups we're not well com uh bill sad that uh he did think that antisemitism was a congenital disease but uh his father did suffer from it and he said uh as he got older uh he began to sink itself we got change many of his views uh part of its what is the army where uh i'll this sheltered uh uh wealthy young man from sharon connecticut who had private tutors many servants all the rest uh had met um people different walks of life for the first time uh spin of a culture shock uh juice from brooklyn and uh and polls from uh and ukrainians from chicago when uh africanamerican field him in all sorts of people that he hadn't been any time west and then of course the experience the holocaust uh eisenhower when uh troops were um least from service at the end of the war insisted on showing footage of uh of the american forces uh liberating of the cap uh they saw the wreckage that nazif them to grow uh they saw the conditions of some of the survivors were in who were spared and of course uh all the deaths in costs.
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"To long island south there is a day and mr naylor and patten william buckley's invite out norman mailer and his wife to there is state in sharon connecticut and after drinks and sizing each other up in a few more drinks and wandering around the terrorist mr buckley invites mr say a male or to go sailing out on the long island sound at this point can we say if they were planning on murdering each other on planning on making money together had they decided especially the moment when buckley turns the wheel over to norman mailer whom i guess at from the scene at this moment has never sailed on the on long island sound by himself how did they how did they approach that that that ships at that that moment are together on the show it was fascinating that was one of the real neat finds when i started to explore this friendship um you know it's one thing to have a big public debate and it's something altogether different to invite the person who you are debating up to your house a couple of weeks later and then you take him failing for a three or four hour tour that was a real rich moment for me what's interesting is what brought them up there in the first place uh maybe as a testament to the times into the popularity of both norman mailer and william buckley playboy had actually bought the rights to the debate and it was going to publish the transcripts of the debates in full uh the fleeing there in a few months and so buckley and or ostensibly had business to go over they needed to go over the transcripts and so it is really fun for me that both buckley and mailers names appear on playboy magazine two weeks in a row or two months in a row uh very something really telling about the intellectual life uh in the early 1960s they begin also a correspondence immediately after the sailing trip so we know that it's going to come out well i've just because you've been at the scene very carefully cabin when they looked at each other in the sailboat.
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"Visit and has nearly an from them and the i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show kevin schulz's new book his buckley and man the difficulty friendship that shape the '60s difficult friendship is a very careful way of presenting his nazi kevin we go to long island sound there's a day and mr naylor patten william buckley's invite out norman mailer and his wife to there is state in sharon connecticut and after drinks and sizing each other up in a few more drinks and wandering around the terrorist mr buckley invites mr say a male or to go sailing out on the long island sound at this point can we say if they were planning on murdering each other on planning on making money together have they decided especially the moment when buckley turns the wheel over to norman mailer who my get from the scene at this moment has never sailed on the on long island sound by himself how did they how did they approach that that that ship at that that moment are together on the show it was fascinating that was one of the real needs finds when i started to explore this friendship um you know it's one thing to have a big public debate and it's something altogether different to invite the person who you are debating up to your house a couple of weeks later and then you take them sailing for a three or four hour tour that was a real rich moment for me what's interesting is what brought them up there in the first place uh maybe as a testament to the times into the popularity of both norman mailer and william buckley playboy had actually bought the rights to the debate and it was going to publish the transcripts of the debates in full uh the fleeing there in a few months and so buckley and mehler ostensibly had business to go over they needed to go over the transcripts and so it is really fun for me that both buckley and mailers names appear on playboy magazine two weeks in a row our two months in a row uh there's something really telling about the intellectual life uh in the early 1960s they begin also a correspondence immediately after the sailing trip so we know that it's going to come out well i just because you've been at the scene very carefully kevin when they looked at each other in the sailboat.
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"In africa who can help heidel told afp turnberry owner war on each person or babies are born prematurely their own call aero plumbing isn't really ironic that or pay how beliefs and bility bialokur challenge of the pre maternity operators one of the highest premature deering in the world and then attacked him entry to educate children displaced by conflict in persecution and joining us will be sherry weston executive vice president of global impact and philanthropy at sesame workshop and sarah smith senior director of education at the international rescue committee and she will provide some context as to why this educational initiative is so vitally needed odds quite shocking this is one of the most unbelievable statistics say on average refugees stains refugee for seventeen years on somebody who's been displaced in their country and for 25 years said this is a longterm process and we'll have time for a better than most segment from our corporate culture series turnaround out the hour bought first of business of giving news digest for sunday september 24th describing the results as disappointing harvard university reported on tuesday that it's thirty seven billion dollar endowment earned just eight point one percent for its most recent fiscal year the return trails mean one your return of twelve point seven percent by more than four hundred institutions tracked by cambridge associates jasper johns america's most a claim living artist received approval last week to trade is a hundred and seventy acre property and sharon connecticut into an artist retreat at greased eyes john's is 8070 result according to the millennial impact report that cohort identified civil rights and racial discrimination as their number one social issues of concern tied for second were healthcare along with job creation and employment an estimated forty point three million men women and children around the globe are victims of modern slavery this according a report by the eight point seven alliance and finally washington dc's capital area food bank one of the biggest in the country has reduced the junk food that is applies its four hundred and 44 nonprofit partners including two kitchens and food bank raise by a whopping eighty four percent congratulations to them and that is the business of giving news digest for this sunday evening i'll be back to speak with.
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"Okay and we've got that is frank frank on the line from watertown frei good wadi good morning good morning dynamic go all morning and uh good morning carmelo look why returned notice how rene david satellite rene davis carmelo a she was all set to go and that all of us shutting disappear who disappeared after the stratosphere overnight at sarajevo hey uh look i i work there uh we faulkner water calcutta's here really the pair white or white we are in creating a little bit more and never had uh that much um we are interacting with uh wacko and stuff like that but i moved to florida and i my daughter has harped on your would work by we have up i have a black neighbor across the street and then they will lamont driver on your make a a um you make a guy on the right and another blackthorn one white growing the equator winger law oh well down there we have a block partier in a winner i augur neighbors come together big rain compton knife people in i get it get me that claim and that order penalized for south in a way burke uh they came to fight and they were ready and so that that was these you've they have a right to assembly though i mean we have to uphold the constitution in armagh structural is that way too you know the freedom of speech freedom of assembly um uh and yes the right to bear arms but not in this situation and so right so and so we ha we have to be we we have to uphold the law it it it in the sent in in the constitution in that sense and and enforce it um the other thing is you talked about where he being race i was raised from ages tend to the time i left home in twenty three years erred in a community where are there the only everybody knew the maas family burden that was the black family a few black families and millerton and debt now dan you know we took a central high schools where i went to school sharon connecticut everybody knows my parents and so we are a black family and so we get along with everyone so the point is is the opposite effect as well you you know you go along you get along when people come together but in this regard i.
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"You know what what james i think i think what it's come down to an an people like john smoltz of pointed this out that because were so obsessed with numbers in a math is y'all timid truths right you can't math doesn't lie to into is always for that's a fact and everything else in life is up for discussion you know we we we used to accept certain things okay that's true that's a fact and now we were so cynical and we we will we don't take anything as fact we thank god allow that may be may not be could be maybe not come see come saw the numbers those are truth so if somebody throws 100 mile an hour that is malcolm had something somebody can hit the ball five hundred and five feet okay there are the biggest strongest guy and instead it's like you know would and i think they addressed during the yankee game um they're saying you know guy said i got my work in on it through ninety five miles an hour sam okay maybe it was during the backing they brought it up i forget a listener both instead of i won the game i didn't have my best stuff today but i figured out how to get guys out and severity is one of those guys many used to be able to throw ninety seven miles an hour can't do it anymore so he's learned how to pitch in on a lot of that people have talked about andy pettitte maybe tutoring him a little bit and say look keep him off balance with the changeups the breaking stuff save that 94 whenever you can muster it for a special situation or a waste pitch and i think that's something that young pitchers after learn and hitters to instead of like okay hit one five hundred feet check out three times i'd rather you hit you know to winddried doubles goto for four than hit one homerun five hundred feet with nobody on let's go to steve in sharon connecticut you're on the fan steve reder say they're steven yes.