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Fresh update on "shelley" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Director for enforcement and removal, let a media tour into the facility in late 2019, hoping to dispel which he called false reports of how immigrants are treated. Look for yourself Way. Run this facility well, Do these guys want to be here? Well, of course not. Who would want to be here? Lawmakers this year passed a law that would effectively shut down the federal government's detention efforts having the state takeover. The Seattle Times reports. That complaint filed last month and U. S District Court argues not only does that law interfere with the contract signed between Geo and ice, but also attempts to undermine federal enforcement efforts. Carleen Johnson, come on. New tribal casinos in the state are looking forward to the day, perhaps as early as this fall that they can offer sports betting. A recent ruling makes it possible on coma score when Haig has more. Last week, the state gambling commission authorized limited sports betting at tribal casinos pending federal approval. The police will try of operates Spokane's Northern Quest Resort and Casino executive director. Kevin's in a shack tells Cake so why he's transforming a former lounge area into a sports betting parlor that's gonna allow Sports betting stations and then we'll also have the ability to bet through chaos. From there. Gamblers can place bets on all manner of sporting events. Pro sports That is, you can't bet on Gonzaga can't bet on University of Washington. Brian Constantine with the gambling commission tells Kxl why betting on college games will remain illegal in our state. The plan does require approval of the federal government. If it comes through sports betting on tribal casino property could begin in time for the upcoming NFL season. Corwin Heiko, Mo News 6 39 Right now, just a minute away from a comb. Oh sports update. Hi. I'm Dr Shelley Place with cities tip for kids from the American Academy of Pediatrics. If you own firearms, it's your responsibility to make sure they're always stored safely. Getting them in a closet or drawer is not enough Kids know where they are. Research shows the risk of injury and death of slower if guns are stored, unloaded and locked up with the ammunition locked into separate place. This is important when Children are young as well as when they grow into teenagers. More talk with your pediatrician or visit healthy Children die or g'kar. Chinese.
US Job Openings Soar to Highest Level on Record
"U. S. job openings in March soared to the highest level on record the labor department says employers posted a record number of available jobs in March which just shows how desperate businesses are trying to find new workers as the economy expands however total job gains increased only modestly the numbers following April jobs report last week that fell far short of economists expectations largely because companies appear unable to find the workers they need job openings in March jumped nearly eight percent to eight point one million that's the most ever looking at records dating back to December of two thousand I Shelley Adler
Extracting Fossils From Their Rocky Tombs
"Like many kids of the eighties. When i first saw drastic park. I wanted to become a paleontologist gently brushing sand and stones away to expose a perfectly preserved skeleton in reality. They want you to at the active getting fossilized bangs out of brook. That's encapsulated them. For tens of millions of years as less brushing brushing and more buzzy and really and well bloody noisy. This start is really fun every now and again. That is paleontologist. Ben francis shelley. And we'll get back to those tools. Sick pre pandemic into the basement of the melvin museum. To show me just how. Hey and his colleagues removed fossils embedded in rock the barnes hayes working on lunchtime souls instead there remains of ancient wiles and dolphins and when they died millions of a guy they body sank to the sea floor and covered in soft mud and sediment over time that sediment hardened into limestone which these days form. The cliffs along victoria coast ben in others gone regular expeditions to say what fresh fossils have been exposed by the wind and waves. When you get a specimen in an it's mostly embedded in rock. It's been there for twenty. Five million years held healthy. Get it out the first step that you have to do before anything else. As you have to. Cut the exposed boeing. That's at the surface with a lot of different clues that can cure the action specimen hot as well. We tend to use something known as paranoid seventy two. It's polymer resin and when we add it with acetone the base of about three percent. What it does is. It hardens the surrounding bone. So we can take back and then we can be certain. That bone is probably going to be a lot stronger than when we actually left it in the field
US Consumer Confidence Returns to Pre-Pandemic Levels
"Consumer confidence continues to rise consumer confidence has jumped to a fourteen month pie with its second straight increase the conference board says the confidence index sits at its highest level since the pandemic began the index was not only up over twelve points for March it was the strongest reading since February of twenty twenty right before the covert nineteen pandemic struck in this country the present situation index based on consumers assessment of current business and labor market conditions soared some thirty points this month the expectations index for the next six months posted a much more moderate gain I'm Shelley Adler
Census: Texas gains Congress seats, Calif. loses first time
"The nation's political center of gravity shifted further to the Republican led south and west thanks to the twenty twenty census the first numbers from the twenty twenty senses are out and the show Republican controlled southern and western states gaining congressional seats the once in a decade head count shows where the population grew during the past ten years and we're trying to fast growing Texas got enough people to merit to new house seats Florida North Carolina picked up one apiece while Michigan New York and Ohio each lost a seat so to California losing a seat for the first time ever all together the U. S. population rose seven point four percent which the census bureau says is the second slowest ever I'm Shelley Adler
Amazon Begins Rollout of Pay-by-Palm at Whole Foods Near HQ
"Amazon is rolling out paid by palm technology at some whole foods grocery stores near its Seattle headquarters to make paying quicker and more convenient the technology is called Amazon one and it lets shoppers scan the palm of their hand and connected to a credit card or Amazon account after the initial set up which Amazon says takes less than a minute shoppers can scan their hand at the register to pay for groceries without having to open their wallets as for privacy concerns Amazon says it keeps the palm images in a secure part of its cloud and doesn't store the information on the Amazon one device I'm Shelley Adler
Texas Supreme Court Delivers Dallas Salon Owner Shelley Luther a Delayed Victory
"In jail last year for violating co bed restrictions, will not have to serve the remainder of her jail sentence. Over. Shelly Luther says she is still facing some legal issues. I still have a court case December 14th. The city of Dallas is suing me for putting the people of Dallas and danger. They're trying to take my salon. They're trying to find me, Phil and we have a countersuit in that Luther was released from jail when her lawyer took her case to the Supreme Court. She was still on the hook to serve five days and pay fines. State High Court ruled that the restraining order was too vague through the whole thing out. Border crisis has developed during the first three months of President
Sheryl Underwood addresses Sharon Osbourne leaving 'The Talk'
"Piers morgan. I was reading. Where piers. Morgan has said that cheryl underwood should be fired for calling sharon osborne a racist. Now sir listen to me. What should not going to do is change the narrative of what happened first of all sure. Let me just clear this up case. Destroy get legs. Sure under would never call sharon osborne. Racist what cheryl underwood said was the state. Mid that piers. Morgan made was racist. She never called sharon osborne a racist She said that the statement that piers morgan me was racist. See here's what everybody got to take. Let's take this off for second. If megan markle was not black we talking about none of this. None of this wouldn't even be a reason. A story is simply because this woman is black. If the baby didn't have black features if the baby was just a white british lua baby. We did not even story so now. How can it not be racism when the only reason to story is even bought up is because of the race of the woman that child. That's amazing to me man. Now you wanna flip the script internal show shelley no racist right and and how can you. How can you forget what we actually saw with our own eyes on. Tv that was devastating for everyone who watched it. Especially you cheryl. I'm sure i'm absolutely. Oh i'm suffering from. ptsd it is. It is a trauma that i really didn't realize. And that's what we're going to talk about on shell but people are living through these types of traumas every day. That's why with so many people of different races reach out to me because they're going through this trauma
Mary Shelley: Founding Mother of Sci-Fi
"Many people would say and rightly so that seifi has many fathers but only one mother. The young woman credited with creating the genre mary shelley born to a renowned feminist writer and philosopher in seventeen ninety seven. Mary was sixteen when she fell in love. With the poet percy shelley and the two ran away together to become the power couple of the literary romantic movement. One summer at friend. Lord byron's villa in switzerland. The three of them spent long nights debating everything from art to politics to galvanise them also known as raising bodies from the dead using electricity on one eerie night byron challenged everyone to write a ghost story. Mary crafted a story in which the fantastic could happen within the realm of the possible. The book contains rather little in the way of actual science but it masterfully explores the social and moral repercussions of what might happen if certain scientific advances were possible. If you've only seen frankenstein movies you've been robbed of some of the best aspects of the story. The closest i've seen in popular retailing's was probably penny dreadful and to say close is to really give them a lot of credit. It also bears noting that mary shelley created an entire new literary genre when she was nineteen years old. I would definitely not want anyone reading the things that i wrote at. Nineteen or twenty to twenty five. Frankenstein was published anonymously in eighteen. Eighteen with a preface by percy shelley causing many to assume that he was the author since writing books wasn't a proper undertaking for a woman following bestseller status and successful screen adaptation. Mary set the record straight with the second edition. Eighteen twenty two finally taking credit for her masterpiece.
The Hope and History of the Esperanto Language
"I really did not know all that much about esperanto. When i got into this aside from the fact that it's a language that was intentionally created to be easy to learn. Somehow i associated with a nine hundred and sixty s and although that was one of its peak in popularity but it's also a way older language than that. The other big thing that i associated with esperanto was the scene in twin peaks. Where gordon cole goes to talk to shelley at the double our diner and says he's going to engage in some counter esperanto and that was just my whole my whole knowledge of esperanto and that right there mine was largely from anna maniacs. Yeah because that's how it's it's usually referenced as like a casual side mention in pop culture. Yeah yeah so. We're having. I mean we're we're talking about this fun context in this moment but parts of this episode are really really tragic because we're talking about a language that was developed by a jewish man. Living in the russian empire in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and the speakers of that language were persecuted and even killed under fascist and totalitarian regimes into and after world war two but at the same time this is also a profoundly hopeful and idealistic story. Because it's one that's about trying to bring the whole world together. Through a shared second language
Jury set for ex-cop’s trial in Floyd death; starts March 29
"The jury is set for an ex cops trial in the death of George Floyd the fifteenth and final member of the jury has been chosen wrapping up a process that took more than two weeks there will be twelve jurors and two alternates with the fifteenth person being dismissed when the trial begins if the rest of the jury remains intact opening statements are set for Monday of next week attorneys and the judge work through more than one hundred people dismissing most because they acknowledge strong views about an incident that was captured on bystander video and shook the nation Derek Chau van is charged with murder and manslaughter in the may twenty fifth death of George Floyd I'm Shelley handler
Sales of new homes plunged 18.2% in February
"February was a bad month for new home sales sales of new homes plunged eighteen point two percent in February as severe winter weather in many parts of the country and a lack of supply took a toll on the housing industry the commerce department says sales of single family homes dropped to the slower sales pace since may of last year the median price of a new home sold last month was just under three hundred and fifty thousand dollars that's up from just over five percent from last year severe winter storms also had an impact on the sale of existing homes they declined six and a half percent last month I'm Shelley Adler
San Diego Enters the Red Tier
"Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise come into from san diego. California reopening sandiego reopened a red tier san diego. Right pretty exciting. So so what does this mean really for us so it. There's there's some right there's some honest it doesn't mean anything but i'm not gonna sit inside and san diego weather right now and other at a restaurant but you know what it does mean that the world i was opening up restaurants precise operate at twenty five percent capacity inside museums could operate inside a twenty five percent capacity. Haven't been very perk is open so all in all the fun things seaworld you know. I don't know what to say about seaworld. But so they offer operate again inside. I think they've been able to operate outside museums but now they can go back to operating inside right in time for our summer. Tourism season right and saint patrick's day right so which this is going to post just the day after saint patrick's day but it was a big deal so going into the red tier for that particular day. It was big deal. So i go to this really like super great little deli down in down by san diego state. Right and it's it's a real popular one. I don't know if you've ever been to it. it's It's it's like a little jewish deli called What is it called. I cannot remember the name right now. i can't believe. I'll have to look it up. I'll post at d. d. and it's awesome. It's like really authentic really great and it was packed. Last night. I went last night to pick up dinner and i do weight and extra forty five minutes to get my dinner and it was to go do irish jews in common like well. I think it's just because it's a deli. They just do super good corned. Beef was one of those things. So it's a really but it's a really popular. So i think that the delhi site that the jewish shelley more like east coast so they're really really good. It's just i mean. does that sound bad. I don't. I don't know i so. So it's a really like it's it's it's like an authentic east coast deli. That's yeah i don't know what's funny as delays even growing up with a jewish family. I don't go to delhi. So i really don't know like a bad east coast deli from sally so it's i think it's a lot different. It's a lot. There are a lot better and so they have much better light quality of meats. And everything like that. So it's just the one in del mar really popular same thing. East coast are west coast elliott. That's like an east coast one and that is also a very well known really good jewish delis so that the east coast jewish. He's known as being really good. Yeah and so so. That's why it's not like it's not like It's not like a religious thing or anything but it's it's always funny that i hear so milton's and are the two big ones here and i'm sure milton's was super pac too but So it's really good and and it was packed. It was packed packed. Like i've never seen it. That packed and crazy and spent there. Because i was there to get dinner together because i wanted corn beef. Because i'm an irish guy and it was the whole outside was completely packed and there was like a line like out the door around the building practically to get in and that was to order it and you had to wait an hour to order it. So it's so. I mean clearly like the red tier like people were getting out. Yeah i feel like people having getting out if you like. The more and more people are that are getting vaccinated especially has kind of elderly generation. It's getting vaccinated. You're gonna see a resurgence and that's a really good point. Because last night it was a lot of older people. Like a lot of people that you wouldn't think would be going out. We're definitely out who fully vaccinated talking to. They're like oh it feels so good to be vaccinated and you know. Yeah we're we're we're ready to get out again and people were talking like in line that this was the first time they've been out in a long time so i think it's good the combination of the vaccine's rolling out at the same time that obviously that's having an effect on the numbers here they're saying that our numbers are really good So the the numbers are. I think we've now gone to six cases per hundred thousand. I don't remember exactly what we're we're so it is saying in here and this by the way was out of the. Ut okay so union tribune and they are saying nine of the other county so it looks like nine. Other counties moved into red to in those were monterey riverside sacramento santa barbara center to hema to lori and ventura And then that just leaves eleven of the california's fifty eight counties in the most restrictive purple tier still the the cases. They're saying have gone to six point. Eight per one hundred thousand residence so they took last week's case rate which was eight point. Eight where at six point eight. And i think they took like a combined total and that got us just over the mark to go to read. So that's good so we keep having our case count drop to which is which is good and i think a lot of that has to do with vaccines right. We're just not spreading fast and it's starting to slow down so hopefully this'll be. The weird thing is in europe. They're kinda getting so talked to one of our clients say who lives in france and She was saying that you know like where she is. She's around knees and it's become more restrictive there so they become more lockdown.
More reseach needed now to travel
"Experts advise travelers to repair for a different experience in twenty twenty one traveling is one of the many things that's been transformed by covert nineteen what we always reports before we go on a trip there's a lot of research that still needs to happen for vacations in twenty twenty one triple a spokeswoman Janet McGee where you get in the car to understand what's expected of you depending on where you're going no it's a Kobe task required do you need to wear your mask our restaurants and hotels open at full capacity and a good tip if you're flying not all your amenities are available so there may not be beverage or food service so those are things again you're gonna want to check into before you get on a flight I Shelley Adler
Health panel expands lung cancer screening for more smokers
"Health panel has expanded lung cancer screenings new guidelines say more Americans now qualify for annual scans to detect lung cancer the US preventive services task force expanded eligibility for the screening opening it up to lighter smokers and starting at age fifty since twenty thirteen the scans have been recommended for heavier smokers and those a little older starting at age fifty five lung cancer is the nation's top cancer killer causing more than one hundred and thirty five thousand deaths each year and it's usually diagnosed too late for a good chance at survival the guidelines were published in the journal of the American medical association I'm Shelley Adler
US probing engine fires in nearly 1.9M Toyota RAV4 SUVs
"The government is looking into engine fires a nearly one point nine million Toyota Rav four SUVs while there's been no recall yet the national highway traffic safety administration began investigating after getting eleven fire complaints involving the twenty thirteen through twenty eighteen model years most of the fires happen when the cars are being driven but for took place with the engine off the agency says improper battery installation or front end collision repair was a factor NHTSA says the Rav four has a higher number of fire complaints in the battery area than comparable vehicles the Rav four is the top selling auto in the country that is in a pickup truck I'm Shelley Adler
3 dead, 10 injured as North Carolina tornado levels homes
"A cold front help spawn the North Carolina tornado late Monday we had very minimal warning Conroe the emergency services director in Brunswick county we had a tornado warning for the National Weather Service that was broadcast but at that time the store put the was already on ground causing damage Conroe adds three people died in the seaside community of ocean Isle beach and ten were injured this is gonna be a lot of a hard work effort between clean up rebuilding and getting the the families back to a normal state of life I'm Shelley Adler
Witnesses "would not have made a difference" in Trump trial
"Are defending their strategy in the trial of former President Donald Trump. Despite yesterday's acquittal as NPR's Barbara Sprint reports, the Democratic lawmakers say pursuing witnesses would not have changed the outcome. A surprise Senate vote to allow witnesses threatened to up end the speedy trial members on both sides of the aisle were anticipating. But managers and Trump's defense reached a deal to not add witnesses but instead allow a statement from Congresswoman Jamie Herrera Butler to be read into the record lead. Impeachment manager Jamie Raskin told NBC's Meet the press. He has no regrets. We could've had 1000 witnesses, but that could not have overcome the kinds of silly arguments that People like McConnell and capital were hanging their hats on. Republican senators Mitch McConnell and Shelley Moore Capito both cited constitutional concerns in their vote to acquit the former president. Barbara Sprint.
What Happened To Connie Converse
"In nineteen twenty four elizabeth eaton converse was born into a devoutly religious family being by the nineteen forties. She changed her name to connie and moved to new york city to pursue music. She spent her twenties writing folk songs and rebelling against her traditional after little came of her musical ambitions in new york. Connie moved to ann arbor michigan in nineteen sixty where she took an editorial position at an academic journal by the age of thirty six. Connie was struggling with her mental health in particular and affliction she referred to as her blue funk. This was made worse. When in the early seventies connie received two devastating pieces of news. She lost her job and her doctor told her she needed a hysterectomy. After turning fifty in august nineteen seventy four. Connie converse said goodbye to her brother and friends packed up volkswagen beetle and drove away. Officially she's never been seen or heard from again in her final instructions to her brother. Connie asked philip to pay her health insurance up until a certain date. She never explained. Why but philip worried that something terrible would happen. When that day passed searching for answers. Philip found a filing cabinet that belonged to connie in his antics inside. He found old journal entries poems notes and a farewell letter addressed to quote. Anyone who ever asks it read. So let me go please. And please accept my. Thanks for those happy times that each of you has given me over the years. And please know that i would have preferred to give you more than i ever did or could i am in everyone's debt. Philip did as connie requested. He let her go for thirty five years. Never knowing if she was alive or dead always hoping she'd return but from the moment she laughed. Philip and connie's closest friends feared the worst they own about connie's blue funk for quite some time though. Connie was never officially diagnosed with clinical depression. So far as we know in her farewell letter she wrote as an over educated peasant. I've read a good bit about middle-aged oppression and no several cases other than my own. According to establish psychiatric consensus those who suffer from major depressive disorders tend to lose interest in activities that previously brought them joy in connie's case when she moved to ann arbor. She stopped writing music. But even while living in new york connie's lyrics described feelings of isolation in her song called. Sorrow is my name. She wrote from the perspective of sadness is self sneaking in and out of people's minds in the bridge of the song sorrow kroons. And if you fear me i will come in haste and if you love me i will go away and if you scorn me i will lay you waste and if you know me i will come to stay. Perhaps connie wrote from her own experience overcome by a deep unshakable sadness that she felt would live inside her forever. She certainly wouldn't be the first person to live with undiagnosed depression in fact historians theorized that many historical figures battled similar mental illnesses before they were ever fully understood for example. Both frankenstein author mary. Shelley and president abraham lincoln reported experiencing significant bouts of melancholy. They'd regularly fall into deep sadness often unrelated to the events of their day to day lives. Some scholars have interpreted these spells as episodes of clinical depression diagnosis. That didn't exist in the eighteen. Hundreds when both lived almost a century later as connie struggled with her blue funk there was still an incredible amount of debate surrounding what constituted and caused depression throughout the nineteen hundreds doctors around the world published opinions but the medical field never reached consensus early. Researchers like sigmund. Freud believed depression was the result of traumatic experiences of course psychologists today understand that the causes are much more nuanced and multifaceted. They include both genetic and societal factors and this understanding started to take shape in the nineteen seventies when clinician set standards for diagnosing and treating clinical depression then in nineteen seventy five one year after connie disappeared doctors. I coined the term major depressive disorder.
"shelley" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"And i think ultimately it was really helpful because from a sketching and design perspective being able to learn you know correctly how to draw and really look at things because you know the first. Two years of the program aren't very creative. They're very technical. So i think. I sort of took the technical aspects of drawing and painting and then we were able to apply them to find joy so then. I left parsons after two years. And i went to san francisco. Where i learned and studied had a make jewelry at the bench and so i sort of fused the sketching and drawing with the technical engineering and manufacturing jury. It's so cool and people forget that jewelry because it's beautiful. And i think people look at jewelry and many other creative products like that more as art but they forget that it really does require serious engineering skills. It's serious engineering mathematical. In fact yes and that's the funniest part because as a daughter of a math teacher and i it was my most hated subject and to stay. My mom's always like you know the funniest thing is is the one of my children that uses geometry all day. Long is you all. I do is math. And all the designed for juries constantly. Math knits precise and it has to be exact and It's very specific and so it is an extremely rare just talking about this yesterday. There's no room for air in germany. Materials are not forgiving since the engineering aspect of. It is a huge part. And when you consider how delicate at all yan is it's expensive it can be. You can ruin the materials if you're not working slowly and focused it's challenging at times barely frustrating. What was it like when you left new york. And you mentioned that you went to san francisco. Yeah you you trained with this master. Other what hap. How do you show up in my brain. It's like the what's the what's the disney movie fantasia. When you chose to be the apprentice you know and you have to figure out how to how to learn this major trade. Yeah i mean. I was very bad at first. I was very bad at at making find jewelry physically by hand So it was real love hate relationship for me and there were definitely moments where i was like am i am i in the right place here you know..
"shelley" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"And oh so much more. Enjoy high grad. you're So let's dive in. Because i i really want to be able to share inspiring stories especially about female founders and business with people and when i first came into your studio it was so fun for me to hear your story and obviously i think i interrupted you. I think it was like wait a minute. I want you to go on down this podcast and so here. We are So you created one of my favorite brands the last line which is this mix of sort of high and low and classic and play fall for. I think a modern woman. Who's less about that archaic idea that you know your lover is meant to adore lulu and like we're the women who are like we will adored ourselves right totally so i wanna do. I wanna hear your story before we get into where it comes from and where you are now. I always like to ask people who were you as a kid because now anyone who looks at your instagram or or he meets you meets a businesswoman. Who run the company where you always you know tinkering and styling and creative even as a kid. Yeah ever since. I feel like the little girl. Version of me is just like a smaller sized version of who i am now I always dressed up. In costumes piled on anything sparky that i could find made you know if i saw a girl at a store with a cool necklace you know i didn't have something i thought i'd try to figure out a way to do my own interpretation of whatever style that i was into so i've always loved jewelry even ever since i was little cool. And where did you grow up. I grew up in los angeles so born and raised. I went to school in new york. Then i sort of did a little. Us colorado and san francisco and then found my way back to los angeles. I'm in la baby to we rare. I loved it. Yeah it's funny. I think is so many people come here for business or industry and so they assume that the city is this breakneck. You know working intense environment. And i grew up in a neighborhood and went on walks in new. My neighbors and spent time at the beach and in the national forests and la was really.
"shelley" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Hi everyone sophia bush. Here welcome to work and wait for you all to hear my car. Fire me about women that are as fire still going. Just general term designer makamba included a director of the last one of my favorite brands. Shelley's career began in new york where she studied. Fine arts at parsons school of design before returning home.
"shelley" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"I sweet child sleep the film guide murmured like noon tied be shall i Nestle near the side woods Staue me And I replied no, not the. Death will come when the our dead. Too. Soon. Sleep. Will come when our fled of neither what I asked the Boone I asked of the beloved night. Swift to be, thine approaching flight. Come. Soon. Soon. and. Of Tonight by Percy bysshe Shelley, recording Leonard Wilson of Springfield Ohio. Oh to the west wind by Percy Bishop Shelley. Read for Labour, VOX DOT ORG by Capricia page. One. Oh Wild. West Wind. Thou breath of autumn's being. Thou from WHO's unseen presence. The leaves dead are driven like ghosts from an enchanted fleeing. Yellow and black and Pale and hectic red. Pestilence stricken multitudes. Oh, vow who chariot `test to their dark wintry bed the winged scenes. Where they lie cold and low. Each like a corpse within its grave. Until then azure sister of the spring shall blow her clarion over the dreaming Earth. and Phil driving sweet buds like flocks to feed the air with living, Hughes and odors, plane and Hill. Wild Spirit which aren't moving everywhere. Destroyer and preserver here oh here. Two. Thou on who stream mid the Steep Skies Commotion Loose Clouds like Heaven's decaying leaves or shed. Shook from the tangled boughs of Heaven and ocean. Angels of rain and lightning. There, are spread on the blue surface of vine airy surge. Like the bright hair uplifted from the head of some fierce Amina. Even from the dim verge of the horizon to the zenith tight. The locks of the approaching storm. The dirge of the dying year to which this closing night will be the dome of a vast sepulcher. Vaulted with all the congregated might of vapors. From whose solid atmosphere black rain and fire and.
"shelley" Discussed on VINTAGE Podcast
"I wanted to get across in the book that he was a very funny generous. Kind loving man. At the same time he was impossible to hello and welcome back to the vintage. Podcast with me denotes today on the podcast. We have a really special guest. Shelly Line Shelley was born in Scotland in one thousand nine hundred three and she was the youngest daughter of textile design. Not or as she calls him in. The book bury a knitwear designer Margaret Klein. She grew up in a house. Designed on botanist open plan grid with colorful gas panels set against forest trees. She said it was like living in a work of art. The pioneering colors and textiles designed by. Shetty's father Berry were a major contribution to nine hundred and sixty s and nineteen seventies style as a child shelley and siblings adored both the house and the fashion shows that took place there but as she grew older shut. He also began to rebel against her father's excessive design principles. The see through house is her book about saying by too much loved family. Home is a very funny account of looking after an adored yet parent and a pissing portrait of grief follows his death during this time of lockdown. I was really lucky to get hold of shelley in her own house to hear more about her wonderful writing and the wonderful house and man behind the book shelley. Thank you so much for joining us on vintage club cast especially in the strange strange time but I think it's probably quite out time to be talking about our interior lives and our houses. It's actually ready. Beats will be reading the books. I thank you so much for writing it. Well thank you for taking me on so you kind of in the book you cool the House. The an inside out house. I loved your descriptions of contradictory. Nature of glass is kind of here not here. Tell US Open about the house. And those people haven't read the book yet and a little bit about the background of how it was formed and how it came into being k Well the house was commissioned by my father in the sort of mid fifties nineteen fifties He had been traveling with my mother in Yorkshire and had come across this strange glass building. That really excited him and he knocked on the door and it. The person who owns said was actually the brother of the architect who had designed the house And he.
"shelley" Discussed on AP News
"Coronavirus update I'm Shelley after within a P. news minute there are three hundred and thirteen thousand deaths worldwide due to cope with nineteen that's according to Johns Hopkins University which had the U. S. total at just over eighty nine thousand one of president trump's top economic advisers is criticizing the CDC's early response to the corona virus outbreak saying quote it let the country down after initial delays with testing White House trade adviser Peter Navarro declined to say when asked Sunday on NBC's meet the press whether trump had confidence in the CDC to lead the pandemic response saying that was a question for the president many states are continuing the reopening process like New York where governor Andrew Cuomo says the numbers look good for two new parts of the empire state there's been a shift in the capital region and in western New York where on the seven metrics on the metrics they are now qualified for re opening showing out there AP news corona virus update I'm shortly after with an AP news minute there are three hundred and thirteen thousand deaths worldwide due to covert nineteen that's according to Johns Hopkins University which had the U. S. total at just over eighty nine thousand one of president trump's top economic advisers is criticizing the CDC's early response to the corona virus outbreak saying quote it let the country down after initial delays with testing White House trade adviser Peter Navarro declined to say when asked Sunday on NBC's meet the press whether trump had confidence in the CDC to lead the pandemic response saying that was a question for the president many states are continuing the reopening process like New York where governor Andrew Cuomo says the numbers look good for two new parts of the empire state there's been a shift in the capital region and in western New York where on the seven metrics on the metrics they are now qualified for re opening shortly after eight P. news comedic actor Fred Willard has died at the age of eighty six according to his daughter details of his death were not given I marches are a letter with a look at his career but not get too close it'll pick up part of the band I'm joking of course shall we go in and I'll show you around Fred Willard usually had small roles that were scene stealers like the colonel greeting the rock band in spinal tap and the announcer in best in show who knew nothing about dogs he also played Phil's father in the ABC series modern family willing first rose to prominence during sketches on Johnny Carson's tonight show and this Martin mall side kick on Fernwood tonight in twenty twelve he was arrested for suspicion of committing a lewd act at a Hollywood adult theater he said he did nothing wrong and no charges were filed Willard's final role is on the upcoming Netflix series space force skin doctors suddenly you're looking at a lot of toes whether by email the picture or video visit as concern grows that for some people a sign of the corona virus may pop up in an unusual spot they're being called Kobe toes red sore and sometimes itchy swellings on the toes something doctors normally see on the feet and hands of people who spends a lot of time outdoors in the cold the most common corona virus symptoms remain fever dry cough and shortness of breath and some people are contagious despite never experiencing symptoms but as this B. will during virus continues to spread less common symptoms are being reported including loss of smell and taste vomiting diarrhea and now skin problems I'm Julie Walker thank you for listening.
"shelley" Discussed on AP News
"Coronavirus update I'm Shelley after within a P. news minute there are three hundred and thirteen thousand deaths worldwide due to cope with nineteen that's according to Johns Hopkins University which had the U. S. total at just over eighty nine thousand one of president trump's top economic advisers is criticizing the CDC's early response to the corona virus outbreak saying quote it let the country down after initial delays with testing White House trade adviser Peter Navarro declined to say when asked Sunday on NBC's meet the press whether trump had confidence in the CDC to lead the pandemic response saying that was a question for the president many states are continuing the reopening process like New York where governor Andrew Cuomo says the numbers look good for two new parts of the empire state there's been a shift in the capital region and in western New York where on the seven metrics on the metrics they are now qualified for re opening shortly after AP news corona virus update I'm Shelley Adler with an AP news minute there are three hundred and thirteen thousand deaths worldwide due to cope with nineteen that's according to Johns Hopkins University which had the U. S. total at just over eighty nine thousand one of president trump's top economic advisers is criticizing the CDC's early response to the corona virus outbreak saying quote it let the country down after initial delays with testing White House trade adviser Peter Navarro declined to say when asked Sunday on NBC's meet the press whether trump had confidence in the CDC to lead the pandemic response saying that was a question for the president many states are continuing the reopening process like New York where governor Andrew Cuomo says the numbers look good for two new parts of the empire state there's been a shift in the capital region and in western New York where on the seven metrics on the metrics they are now qualified for re opening showing up there AP news comedic actor Fred Willard has died at the age of eighty six according to his daughter details of his death were not given I marches are a letter with a look at his career but not get too close it'll pick up part of the van I'm joking of course so we go in and I'll show you around Fred Willard usually had small roles that were scene stealers like the colonel greeting the rock band in spinal tap and the announcer in best in show who knew nothing about dogs he also played Phil's father in the ABC series modern family willing first rose to prominence during sketches on Johnny Carson's tonight show and as Martin mall side kick on Fernwood tonight in twenty twelve he was arrested for suspicion of committing a lewd act at a Hollywood adult theater he said he did nothing wrong and no charges were filed Willard's final role is on the upcoming Netflix series space force skin doctors suddenly you're looking at a lot of toes whether by email the picture or video visit as concern grows that for some people a sign of the corona virus may pop up in an unusual spot they're being called Kobe toes read sorenstam times itchy swellings on the toes something doctors normally see on the feet and hands of people who spent a lot of time outdoors in the cold the most common corona virus symptoms remain fever dry cough and shortness of breath and some people are contagious despite never experiencing symptoms but as this B. will during virus continues to spread less common symptoms are being reported including loss of smell and taste vomiting diarrhea and now skin problems I'm Julie Walker thank you for listening.
"shelley" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Light what is that girl is a girl total name Shelley we saw this look here's me at a gigantic tortoise wheels five hundred year old tortoises ride a bike together it's the turtles chiming in yeah Hey but our bike in all fairness it's a six feet apart from each other woman does this work god why you're a because of god's listening I doubt if he is not this not all this you know how does this work god you make the coolest of both lovable relatable animals dogs last about seven to eight years twenty seven to twelve years eighteen of their two hours eighteen if they're too who was but then you turn those are like five hundred years old I know I know of thank god can we flip flop bet just until I die the one at the zoo yeah the famous picture at the zoo of the same total and standing next to them in nineteen ten with the with the umbrella and all the nineteen ten garb same turtle let's say you could go to the zoo right now it's a Hey Mister curling never agencies like what looks the same to one of my best friends is a turtle I went over to his house he said I'll be right back I'm going upstairs so I was in his basement look at all those terrible pictures there was a total picture him at Plymouth rock when the appeal court's ruling ending right and then there's one to suit every picture of the food well when you carry around your own house I guess you're right you're just like I'm plopping down here for the next day or the year twenty years later the original trailer parks yeah okay so another thing it says that the take off dirty shoes and clothing yeah okay that's that's like an Asian Japanese there all right yes ancient Chinese secret yeah some people of you go take your shoes off just don't come in my house at all people with those yellow chip type come on just say it no not you honey she gets defensive handed she just yelled out okay super germ carrier shoes are germ carriers and I'm going to implement this call they can also pick up germs and bring a germ so full from now on when you come into my house I'm gonna purchase these hospital gallons and will request request the A. get naked and put these hospital grounds do we get the socks with the gritty things on the bottom yeah yes let it all hang on they added that reminds me of the Seinfeld when he would win the shoe lace would touch the bathroom floor block out any throw over the absolute and he'd go out it's another peered at home and I'm not touching that that's that that's what I'm going to do to wrap it up it's wash your hands thoroughly after you unpack your things this is a practice I've been you know Zach what things your grocery all okay I threw everything I finishes up like you don't wash your hands you know so why don't we wash your hands before you leave the car touch that or I'm wash him again before you touch your other debt or not close the door wash them again before you take your groceries put your groceries away wash your hands again are you serious yeah absolutely were surveyed say a new protocol the wet house comedian Alex Rimando joins the show when we return though let's check in with the Bloomberg money minute on newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. this is Bloomberg money minute stocks are lower after three straight days of gains the US has overtaken China as a country with the most recorded coronavirus cases that's after a large jump in infections in New York now our economic fate is up to the house of representatives lawmakers expected to give final approval to that historic two trillion dollar rescue plan then heads to president trump meantime the president has a new angle and is back to work drive he told governors of federal governments will rank counties according to their risk of corona virus outbreak the president said that will help local authorities make decisions about keeping or relaxing social distancing measures hurts is said to be discussing options with banks to raise cash the car rental company did not respond to a request for comment and what are American gamblers turning to win most sports are dark eastern European table tennis ping pong matches from Russia and Ukraine accounted for nearly sixty percent of the funds bet on draftkings over the past week Corning done hope Bloomberg radio a.
"shelley" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"I understand was Shelley was saying this morning that when she sad you know it's it makes sense because technically that guy was a live was all lies so it's almost like he didn't exist and so here's this guy and who knows what could have transpired with this relationship had other person not been fake but his pain is real and the fact that he got rejected Israel and Sir so I don't know I don't know that maybe I don't work I'm good you know what you like the producers know the gentle story going into it on the floor and they just keep it a secret like a bomb shell it'll be a great fit Natalie yeah it's hard for me to defend this guy I mean a first I'm like well you know he's dating a girl and says I'm dating a girl I love you but I am going on the bachelor at by the way then I think you there are huge red flags for her and I think it's kind of hard for her to then come back around a goal well I was deceived Korea were you deceived because the guy told you he's one of the bachelorette in the poor the bachelorette is at the end to get married so I don't know you got to see you now apparently he told this girl no matter what happens this whole thing is just for my career and apparently hers too I don't know what this other girl does okay with that I don't know so I think this girl as some culpability to in this like if I'm dating a girl and she goes I'm really into you I love you in fact but I'm gonna go on the bachelor I'm like now for us yeah I mean that's really deny that that girls not stupid first date you know what I have a son if we're talking about Hannah though but I'm also saying is it's not impossible that he developed feelings for her in the moment and realize his plan was was was not going to work sure you know it it's not it's not impossible in this guy gently guided as I did as a slimy thing over here but I actually can't believe the feelings I have for you and I I want to be with you and I really wish I hadn't done that and if that's not possible he should have said that are you should explain you know I I really screwed up before I came here and I didn't realize is gonna happen she probably would have gone with that but I feel strongly about a woman to propose to her I hope I'm willing to do that one time in my life I really do which is one of the reasons I'm probably not gonna go on the bachelor bachelor at whatever and get myself into all that but if I start to get down in the in a girl goes no I love another guy more I'm gonna have a real hard time being like all well that didn't work out here I am I'm here waiting for you I'm ready to do it I just out of self respect I'm probably gonna be like you didn't pick me it wasn't meant to be let's just go our separate ways I'm probably not going to go here I am whenever you're ready probably not I'm probably not going to do that you never know what time to what our rights as far as Zach line to cut.
"shelley" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Shelley one thousand two hundred and fifty bucks to prize in the showdown back here at seven forty five to win on kiss. Shoot. So clean. Faith. So you. Thank you. I'm not. Thank you. I said that. The. Two. Two. So you. Acute? Came. Thank you. I said that. I guess I'm pretty. He said she. I mean..
"shelley" Discussed on The Dirty Bits
"Don't worry this is the dirty votes. We are recording warning from Grossman Hospital in the very rainy San Diego because George has pneumonia. And I've been here taking care of him does she. uh-huh which means productions been a little bit tough so we decided to kind of take it a little bit back to the original roots of the show here as some of you may know we started this in two thousand sixteen. It was inspired by me reading George. These different articles that I'd find in summarizing them. Those phones tones. So we'd be basically we would be in bed at night and I would be on some site reading about like Catherine the great and her penis chairs and I'm like Kathryn like Oh my God. This is ridiculous and and we figured that would be a fun show was born. So that's how we're going to be doing probably the next couple of episodes because George is probably going to be here for a little while it and everybody who already knew that thank you so much for all of the kind words and well wishes and everything. It's been really really keeping his spirits up. It's been keeping my spirits up. It's really nice to here missing lovely so thank you So this is going to be the style of the show today. Let me know what you think of it. This is how it started so either way. It's probably fun for them onto right. Yeah Yeah I mean it's either this sir no show. This is her no show but if you guys like it we can do some more episodes besides like this. This episode is dedicated to Devon Panda. Because so long ago. She asked me Mary Shelley and Mary Shelley on my list forever Burton. I'm finally doing it. And it's for that lovely. Lovely Person Awesome. Do you know who Mary wollstonecraft. Godwin Shelley is insider. She did Gra anything else. That's buckle up okay so mary. Shelley's name has been waiting patiently on my episode list for over a year. Now as I mentioned and and I've been a little conflicted about telling her story because one of the reasons I love producing a show about history is due to the fact that everyone is very much dead. Nobody it can be embarrassed or offended any sarcasm or SAS which makes it much easier to refund my subjects without a whole lot of hesitation. This woman is alive now. You know we'll find did right Frankenstein. Mary was a little bit different for me. Not because she's dead but she wants wrote in eighteen in twenty. If you're my friend I can tell you a history that would open your eyes but I shall certainly never make the public my familiar confidante a Laker. Well she just straight ranum said like I don't want people know my shit. Yeah I like oh I don't blame her. Either course. Her life was nothing short painful tumultuous but the history she mentions it is I opening. She's completely right. After two hundred years since writing of her disinterest and revealing her private life to the public I think enough time has passed to say that she probably won't find out So you wanted to honor her. I was very conflicted between honoring her and then realizing that she ain't here anymore. So I decided in the end teller story. She's not going to be embarrassed stuff so mary. Shelley was born in seventeen ninety seven to the famous philosopher William Godwin when and Mary wollstonecraft the feminist philosopher and writer she was named Mary Wollstonecraft. Godwin rolls off the tangent. So hard to pronounce Sir Wollstonecraft. So Mary Shelley. Who is right now? Mary Wollstonecraft Goblin. She didn't just share with their mother. They shared that same de Gaffe attitude food. So many rebels are known for some Mama. Mary wollstonecraft work. Like many of the women and season three was overshadowed by her personal life. She's often referred to as the godmother odd mother feminism despite. What was sadly very brief career so mary? Shelley's mom Mary Wollstonecraft to okay. She's remembered for for writing a vindication of the rights of woman in Seventeen Ninety two where she made this totally crazy outlandish claim that women shouldn't be considered like some guys possession Russian and they even deserve the same basic human rights that men were given crazy so outrageous. She even called out the double standard in regards to policing women's sexuality ability most of all it really stood out to me how much she stressed. The importance of girls and women receiving an education when I read vindication high school ten years ago about always appeared to would be at the core of nearly every passage was educate women educate girls that was like the main message and the book was actually really well received at the time to which was really cool. Cool like people were reading it and going this makes a ton of sense. I'm super down with everything. She Sang. Like let's enroll daughters in school. Women's rights stuff Rad Moshe. Yeah Yeah people were down. It was hope you're going to be quite a bit it does. There's no reason to keep women ignorant. It's less sure dictator in a man uh-huh so hers going great everybody's down love and Mary wollstonecraft rate so then. She gives birth to her daughter who grows up to be Mary Shelley but her placenta broke during delivery so she died the following month which was unfortunately very common in the time period comes out noon. Newnan when it's during delivery and it breaks you can get sepsis because the PLA and it didn't help either that the guy that was delivering in her daughter he had just done like an autopsy. Didn't wash hands just went straight from the right to deliver. Yeah which was like no big deal the time again you you know they're like I don't know what happened. So she dies and her husband William totally heartbroken he wrote. I firmly believe there does not exist her equal in the world. I know from experience. We were formed to make each other happy. I have not the least expectation that I can now ever know happiness again. We'll all yeah so then in his next thought naturally is the best way to honor. Mary is going to be to publish the rest of these beautiful works that she wrote and let the rest of the world know what an amazing person she was and they can still learn from her wisdom even though she's bed right and that's yeah. It's truly a lovely thought but neglected to recognize. What a horrible fucking idea that was to be in the nineteenth eighteenth century and led a bunch of people read about these numerous extramarital affairs children from those affairs and multiple multiple suicide attempts attempts to? Oh Yeah it was very nice. Kind of oblivious oblivious oblivious philosopher William Godwin he was the kind of guy that would have had like a beard appeared and tattoos and smoked weed responsibly and owned a business. You know he was kind of one of those guys go. Yeah they were super hipster he can give shit when anyone all slot plot. He was asleep. Chill philosopher Dad and he taught his daughter that Mommy kicked ass that's progressive and cool is just kind of funny that he was like shocked that it was a scandal. Aw He was a little too chill as well when it came to finances and he was in mountains of debt he started to get overwhelmed and consequently wiped up a woman named Mary. Jane Clairmont in eighteen one. He got remarried now Mary. Jane had two kids and a very short fuse. Nobody particularly cared for her. Except up to William and his daughter. Mary Shelley particularly hated the Stepmom so Mary didn't have conventional education but it was still very advanced regardless she had a governess daily tutor. She was sent to stay with the radical William Baxter and his family later radical they were radical in the true sense. We're not like so cal. Radical not anarchists. They were very very progressively leftist kind of thing especially for the time like they were like like they were kind of hippies. See I so. Her Dad writes a letter to Baxter and he goes. I am anxious that she should be brought up like a philosopher. Even like a cynic Samarah. Mary goes off to stay with the Baxter's and daughters and she hits it off with them so well that she goes back for another ten months but people just send their kids. Oh yeah totally. He's he's wherever you're going to go stay with your aunt in the countryside for a year kids money same same thing now even uh-huh walkway good log. So it was during this time. She's going back and forth between the Baxter's in her house. She probably met Percy Shelley. So Percy Big Big Fan of her Dad William Godwin. He came from the upper crusty Ganley. That wasn't too keen on his whole. Give all of our money to the poor philosophy. He picked up from Godwin's so-called radical piece entitled Political Justice. which really was just political justice? But Percy was like stupor excited to meet him right so he gets this opportunity and he's like Oh my God William Godwin such an honor like seriously changed my life. There's anything yeah I can ever thank you. I would love to help out. Just let me know who offers rockstars and Godwin goes well. You know I do the soul crushing debt. Because I'm really bad with money and Percy goes yeah yeah of course cinemark done my man. I got this. I'M GONNA take care of. I know we gotta Percy so. Then he meets Williams daughter Mary inbound chicken and she sees him right back she goes WANNA go for a walk through the cemetery and make out on my mother's grave that is creepy. Can't say no to that. Yes the goth girl does not matter so they start hooking up in the churchyard when she's sixteen and he's twenty one all the weather's great is that confirmed the tradition Russian we. We know that's what they say. WHO's tradition came up with us? Not like that kind of tradition like that is the traditional story. Told I'm pretty positive from what I read. That they may not have like actually hooked up on her mom's very but like in the church here the big bully grave a little bit much well and I'll get more into that story goes on but it has some significance because it does seem super weird like that creepy and I'm pretty creepy and now a word from our sponsors answers back to the show so Percy's also still married to his wife at this time. Mary little go with this guy to likely likely because she dug his and these are words wild intellectual unearthly looks. Meanwhile her dad is pissed. Because it's been months and Percy has been sidestepping him every time he tries to bring him that whole debt relief program he was initially offered A. He's like you know you said you were going to have my dad. What's up so finally I? It's like you know it's actually been really tough getting to my money because my family thinks I'm all socialist and I want to be a poet. So they've you know Anna cut me off. Also I'm cheating beating on my wife with your daughter phone conversation. Well the thing is is. Mary couldn't understand my her. Father would possibly be opposed to her dating Percy and she eloped with him in France France in July eighteen fourteen and she took her stepsister with her. So the press finds out about this Brouhaha and they just absolutely. Lamb Bast William Godman. The news which must not have made living in that house will tense in the slightest so Percy Mary and Mary's stepsister..
"shelley" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"With Shelley Wade podcast on iheartradio. Two men was enough. She's a. Much. Golly. She. Tame. What? Yep. Seventeen. Everything. Series. This. Knows in Houston. Mimi. Sorry. The tax cheats. I just saved. Any? Singer. Yeah. Plane. Nightside. Eastside. She's. John us and no set. Music more variety for three my FM..
"shelley" Discussed on KTOK
"Shelley's number again is four oh five seven seven nine zero four six nine. And if you have a question here on our listener line it is. Eight four one thousand eight four one thousand. Do you? Now, do you rebel? I think forgot to give his number before he signed off possibly if he did we'll get it from him because we want to be compliant. Absolutely. Good morning Elise. Morning. I do you have a question for Shelly. I sure do I work from home. And by all the papers, like bills, thank statements investment. I don't know what to keep and what I should away organize everything. I know the first answer to that keep your investments. Yes. Do not get rid of those Elise. Absolutely. Well, thank you for calling in today. And I'm happy that give you some tips and ideas to help one of the things that is very it's easy to change over to is to go to having your Bank statements, having your bills online and signing up for them to not come through the mail anymore. And even if you decide, you know, I've got to have that paper statement will win comes in the mail. Habit. Trash can located and a paper shredder right by the front entrance. Are where you get your mail from an open up those papers open up those investments and only keep what is absolutely necessary shred if there's any important information that you don't want anyone to know. And then if it's just extra envelopes, or magazines or things that come through the mail that you just don't know what to do. But, you know, you don't need them throw them in the trash, and then from that the paper management that you want to keep it's very important to have some file folders and to have maybe a two or four drawer filing cabinet that you can actually file I like to file Athabasca weekly. So that if I'm looking for my investments, it's under I and then from that I. Category. Then I can list the different places that I have my investments in or if it's recipes it's under our, and so I would encourage you to the way to kind of last. So in the paper management is to only keep what is absolutely necessary. And if you can move from having your paper statements mail to you to having them online because you could always go back online and see these statements, then I would encourage you to do that. And you will immediately see a lot of paper diminished from your life because paper can be actually very overwhelming to your brain. And to your eyes, and I'd like to see you be able to have a little bit more calm in your life and less paper. And you Elise. That is that's such great advice. Anymore? All of our utility bills are accessible.
"shelley" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"All right. We have done it. We've paid tribute to Pete Shelley. Now. He's resigned to the dust bent of history. Jeeze never skied him. Again. Can we be a nicer spot than the dust bin can lower pot? Altar of history. The thing above the fireplace of history the mantle. That sounds of the earth. Well, now, we're getting into geology, which we've promised never to do on this show again after the geology to bait of fourteen. Yeah. No. I just I appreciate him. He's a good songwriter by all accounts, a nice guy. So did he do like he was solo for a long time? And they got back together. They do any other side projects like movies or anything like that. You know of this to know not that I know of. I think he did his solo thing. And then went back to the Buzzcocks, and and that was his whole career. Shelley was open about his bisexuality. Yeah. There's there's nothing interesting actually in this thing, he moved to Stony in two thousand twelve. That's preferred choice hectic pace there to London. Estonia. I don't even know that was still a place. I got up like Bohemia or something is that where the the foreign exchange student in the Simpsons came from was it. I thought it was France. Oh, no, you're right. He bart. Went to France. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Could be I don't know Estonia. I think about keeping profile sometimes where I watched it long after most people stopped, but I've stopped at it's still going. That's been a long time since I stopped. Yes. Ain't here. I know. I see it because it's on right before. Bob's burgers, which are watch. But I don't actually watch it. I'll watch Bob Spurs on Hulu. So I don't even know that exists funny. I should like once in a while. I try to watch the Halloween episode some years, but I forget about it. It's just that the what I was complaining about as FOX shows on Sundays never watched them because of football makes it so if I tape them they get ruined. Football. Wait you watch football too. Don't know you. It's I see. Yeah. Because you're east coast at flex it. All up. Yeah. Right. I mean, I might watch football. That's none of your business. It really Scott. Discuss that particular thing. But even if I did it doesn't matters. That's not what I'm complaining about. I know you're baseball guy. But do you watch football or basketball or anything? Yeah. I watch football. And I definitely like basketball, especially the team Philadelphia. The players are very fun now has a team. Yes. They don't have WNBA team, which really disappoints me last year. I was watching the WNBA finals, and it was super fun next year. I'm going to go to a game. I realized I had to I'd have to Charlie three hundred dollars to go game. New York must have a WNBA DC. Right. I don't know maybe. But nothing which I think there should be. Anyway, the Sixers have some players that are fun like Joel Joel Embiid is a really funny guy. So they're fun to watch the six that's seventy Sixers cracked, which I think is one of the better names. Sports weird weird. Way to breed. Although not as weird as Pete for Peter like he'd just take off one letter Pete. We'll have a Jack for John. That makes no sense at all. I hate when people call him, Jack Kennedy. My God people ever call you check. When I was in tenth grade are and you know in the the first day of school in like, algebra or whatever math class. I was in the she said if you wanna go buy something else, please let me know. And I told her my name was Jack. And she called me Jack all year. She thought I went by Jack never went by Jack. I was just fucking with her. And she would call me a lot of time than I would not answer. But it's really not an effective way to to to mess with someone by saying when they ask you what name you wanna be called say something different doesn't it doesn't seem especially affect of. No, it was pretty stupid. I mean, it was no Mike hunt, which I you would occasionally here in school. And you would just think how can teachers not be wise to this by now? But maybe they were they joined it says much students problems. All right. We're done with Pete Shelley. I think we're gonna do a Christmas episode next. We'll see we'll see how it goes..
"shelley" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"We're back with Pete Shelley homo. Sapien his first solo album these were not very far apart in years. Although they were they were different different presidential administrations. First one was Carter, which oh I've never done. My Carter impression for you. Have. No, no, no. Of course to remind me. Go ahead. Now. Here's my Carter impression did not have sexual relations with that woman. That's wrong. And then less word is what's wrong, if you change the rabbit. It's right. But I forgot that you rabbit. But then this this Pete Shelley solo album, homo sapiens, was during the Reagan years everybody does it Reagan pressure. We all know it now, God die thousand points alight can't fit. All right. Special swing. Reagan. You'll also be. Oh, was it a baseball. Yeah. That seems fair those players were are really exploited. Yeah. But there they are millionaires, and they're going against billionaire. So I always support the lower person. I support thousand airs once you get into the millions. I really don't care about you. Hi there. So I just wish that those like all the organized sports people are in those unions would not cross the picket lines of up their strikes. So like the guys selling hot dogs. Dady dropping asterik. We're playing better. Oh, yeah. I'm dropping up. I'm giving truth to power. That's why I'm dropping out for being because I'll with the wire. You union should stick together. You got the hotdog vendors on strike because that's a powerful union. Hotdog vendors local eight seventy six. That would have much funnier. If you'd gotten away to make the eight seller goes eating something. Eight nine. Yeah. Should have. You know, it's not my full hotdog. Vendors are dumb and can't. Put the right numbers on their union. But. Anyway, Pete Shelley home safety in nineteen eighty one. Has first solo album and much different from the Buzzcocks in that. It's all like cynth- pop. Basically, I think the Buzzcocks stuff is much obviously more timeless. Sisley taken right out of the eighties. This weird that there's there's a sand. There's sounds that are like I think that that that punky, I guess you calling. That's called pop punk, whatever whatever that sound is is called. It's not it's much harder to place than something like this. Or even there's from the sixties there really is the place. There's something about that other sound that I guess is just used so much more. Yeah. Years. Well, I think like guitar bass drums is much harder to pin down than since pop. Like when you hear this at least, an eighty one you're like, oh, yeah. Of course. It was right. Right. Although still pretty early on onto the synth pop shit. So good for you chilly. It's a lot of people. Don't get it. When they when they think of like this pop stuff being related to punk. But every like synth pop band of the time was like, oh, yeah. It was punked got me into music, and it is similar in a way. Like, it's it's kind of do it yourself music like a lot of these bands. Didn't even know how to use synthesizers, really. They just got him. Started making weird noises with them and thought it was easy. It's got some of the same spirit. And like when you think about the time line when all these bands came out. It was all after punk hit. So. They're weirdly connected. I just wish it what it didn't wasn't such a place in time. I wish there. I mean, they're they're still songs come out nowadays has lots of synthetic. I just like when that happens. Yeah. I mean, it is definitely of way more of its time than the Buzzcocks. But it's still good. Yeah. Still got some catchy songs and stuff. It's it's just and the first song which was my pick. Which was the big hit was even like a dance hit in the US strangely enough. Although it was banned by the BBC, why homoerotic content. Did they not understand that home of Sapien is different than was sexual? I'm sure they did. But then when you listen to the lyrics, it's pretty why would you listen to the lyrics job is BBC? No, it sure isn't your job is to made the soccer who's make other entertaining shows for the rest of the world and go back to your little thing and avoid doing Brexit. I said is Dr Who good? I just can't..
"shelley" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"shelley" Discussed on Brains On!
"Science were known as natural philosophers these concepts were so new that people didn't even have words to talk about them she didn't have the language and yet she put these things together in her her artistic imagination that hinted at something very interesting we are a lot can talk to mary shelley josephine johnston is a bioethicist that means she researches and thinks about the ethics of science and medicine a really simple evil i guess if accept out what we ought to do not just what we came to we are a lot can it came to mary shelley it's fiction but it it is asking the kinds of questions that people in my field off every day when mary shelley wrote her book new and powerful scientific discoveries were announced regularly things like electricity and the invention of the steam engine promised to change the way that humans lived their lives and mary shelley was posing questions about what we can and should do with these new powers in her story drew frankenstein was so eager to create life he didn't stop to think about what the end result would be turns out it was monstrous such a story is a chance to think about how you shut in shouldn't do science what kind of responsibility we have to think through the science we're doing the full we release it into the world to watch feel like the book is sort of an example of like i'm not to do science and now what can go wrong if you don't think about it except when you're up to and josephine says these questions are still ones we're asking today all the time there is no and happening today that is in some ways linked to tell you the kind of find she's imagining here there are discussions about bringing back extinct species sometimes called the extinction could we um use genetic technologies who recreate woolly mammoth or something very much like a willie ma'am of being able to create new kinds of beings good we have a little the genetic engineering in that area finds is very very lively right now and then you can see how the themes of the book the might apply that kind of work.