18 Burst results for "Sir Robin"

"sir robin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:08 min | 2 months ago

"sir robin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Staff, he said. We have nothing to fear but fear itself. Yes, sir. Robin Williams. Joe Biden. What? The Joseph that even people with Tourette's go. No. What is going on? Joe is like your uncle's on a new drug and hasn't got the dosage, right? I'm proud to work with Barack America. He's not a superhero, you idiot, man. When FDR was on television, there was no TV back then. Come here. Jokes sit down. That was more than a decade ago. And now Joe Biden has been transformed by the same media entertainment industry to Christ Gandhi, So I was intrigued by this piece in the spectator, James Corden and the problem with post trump comedy. What's the problem? There is none. More on this. Please be joined by Simon Evans, who's a British comedian and host of the BBC four radio series. Simon Evans goes to market Simon. Thanks for joining us Appreciate it. Very, very welcome. Thank you. So what space do we have? For those who would take attack like a Johnny Carson or Robin Williams and The West in 2021. Well, it's a movie out of a unique era. Are we almost a singularity in the political comedy interface? We've reached a degree of polarization that even Johnny Carson, I think we're probably not not a recognized quite understood well known how to walk around. On. It's gonna be very difficult for professional comedians and talk show host to walk it back from there because I think they felt rightly or wrongly, that Trump sort of represented something more than merely the opposition. He seemed to represent a sort of asteroid in human form this fire they were concerned and anything that might have Like added new one so ambiguity to their desire to see him gone. Would have been just just unthinkable. So, as you say it wasn't so much that they were handling by them with kid clubs. He was simply not handled it all now that he's in power. Perhaps they can just they're setting somewhat and noticed that the man seems hardly able to finish the same sentence that he started and so on quite a regular basis, and this might have some impact on his ability to legislate, But it's going to be a bit of a climb, I think Yeah, I mean, so there's that shit. I mean, we're getting to is the nature not of politicians changing so much, although you could say that Trump's personality was an outlier. Certainly his policy agenda wasn't really for the most part. That's the remarkable thing about it, despite all of them, despite all remember, friends agree on that, actually, I mean, but it's one of those things you almost have to have in private conversation groups. You know, you can't even say out loud that will hang on this look in his foreign policy. Is that really so different or disastrous, you know. Well, right, but so that so that speaks to a change in culture in the West, and those May Vince of culture in places like the political press Corps and entertainment and Enemy. To me, it seems rather than focusing on whether Trump Trump Trump trump even after Trump has left the stage or how they're going to handle Biden. Perhaps the conversation should be zero focused on who they have become. Absolutely agree. Yes, it's changed the nature off. I mean the court just to kind of notion. The idea of speaking truth to power, which I'm sure they thought they were doing to some extent, but it became far more Partizan than that, didn't it? And it became far less like the gesture is a as an independent, kind of like a ball bearing rattling around, you know, which I always think is their purpose of it, like in a can of aerosol paint, you know, that's that's the point of the comedian. Really todos create African chaos. On to undermine all sensible propositions, instead of which they became a day factor part off the of the resistance and the opposition. And the same thing has happened in Britain, of course, over the last four years with Brexit, which was very much out Trump in many regards sort of populist uprising and one which detached people from their traditional moorings and cause a lot of people to lose their minds and lose their sense of proportion. Bond to see what was this Tennessee the end of a trade agreement as the end of the civilized world. When we come back with British comedian Simon Evans and wanna stick on this topic and talk about comedians serving a sentinels of the cancel culture.

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"sir robin" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

05:34 min | 8 months ago

"sir robin" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"This makes me pine for the days of the mime. I missed that mime. The grunt dumb has moved to Petar Mac, come celebrate, and tavake key more. Matt was like Ono who'd you pay for those rhymes? Well I. had it produced by Swiss cheese are related to Swiss beats, but maybe not as popular. Yeah, she really wanted to throw around that should have been macy gray I I know. Back, the. Goethe cow. Ta Man Back. To take about it and the foul side of say. How Care? Wrong, macy wrong. In Spider. If there is a there's a fine line between Carole radziwill, macy Gray I'm just got rid. Of It ladies and Gentlemen Carol Rodwell. Tried I. Tried to go to Karen's house, but I get tired. Why don't you call? Remember that one. Hey. Why don't you call? Everybody's watching their phone and Wendy's husband is cracking. Like. Yeah. I've never seen anything like that. And Wendy's like well yeah. It was interesting because carrying is very dismissive. So it's odd that she sent me an invite. Yeah. So then Giselle and Robert Amelie jumped onto facetime and start laughing about it and robins like she's taken this Grande Dame thing way too far you know and so she's got. housewarmings when you're renting a house. Robin goes. I'm convinced that has nothing to do on like Karen. Uber. She literally has nothing to do okay like she sits talks to her iron. Hello. How's IT steaming today? Get it wasn't really much of a pun but it's fun to say but Robin saying that she's getting her lashes threated. And soon, reason released of things that she do. Here. Yes. Sir Robin tells, Giselle that Wendy was were also picked up on the fact that Karen doesn't have much of a sex life like, wow. I can't believe that Wendy was able to pick that up. So quickly that's crazy Gloria, and she also said that candor said that you're a monster. ooh. Interesting. I don't know what can this is trying to do wa she called the House I bought for my children at tear down. And now she wants to call me a monster. I love that Giselle just throwing her kids in there. I bought this House for my children. My Children Nah I'm like well then why do you have that interior design that is going to scar them for life? Okay please. Give yourself a bigger victim story you have to your children Mike. How could you to my children and now it's like Teddy on Beverly Hills and she's like well, you sit on boring and then you set that to pregnant women I mean, how were pregnant women GonNa feel about? It's not enough for you to fight on your own you have to be carrying the carrying the flag of pregnant women everywhere. Yeah. So speaking of which sort of we go to Monique's house where the kids just running around like crazy and. Monique is just losing her mind she's like I have to..

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"sir robin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 10 months ago

"sir robin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have some difficulties and sometimes you have to take it at the end they say that they only help you getting a cold they don't stop this I just think a lot of this is political and that's just my view you may agree or disagree but well I will I will say this about the the political statement but it did take this for what it's worth it's an election year so everything is political I I it it really is I mean not maybe not everything everything but pretty darn close in election years did they look after everything has to have a political spin to it because that's what that's how you get elected and I'm not I'm not saying one candidate or one party or when anything is right over the other wrong over the other but they all have their spend somebody's somebody's I guess right and somebody's wrong because it's kind although I think a lot of it they don't like trump and they don't want him that just might take I think Dan agrees with me too but we should just the unity which they do business suite and we we shouldn't have done that or do it now but it's too late they're not opening up right there you know little bits and pieces and that's going to cause a lot of problems by the way so it's not breaking news that some people don't like Donald Trump and it also is not if it breaking news that some people don't like Joe Biden and we will always have pretty close to half the country ought not let you know whoever's in Orlando my guess I know it is yeah all right thanks a bunch I appreciate it thanks for the call take care we're gonna take a quick break here will have a few minutes left for a few more phone calls if you wanna speak yourself in a night side with Dan ray without down right if you're following along six one seven two five four ten thirty eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty you can call about anything but Sir robin hit the wrong way if you want but we're talking about restaurants there now open everybody wanted everything open like I get it up and then not everybody but a lot of people said why is this close why is that close why can I go out to eat well now you can still have you will you and if you well why don't I condemn you if you want what is your opinion maybe baby ever went out when we covered IT didn't exist maybe you just don't like crowds maybe it maybe don't like eating well I hope you do but whatever the reason is if you're not going out or won't go out why and if you.

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"sir robin" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"sir robin" Discussed on No Agenda

"Three twenty four. Thank you for your courage Adam Wheeler and thank you indeed for Martin Fifty Oh five and the following people are fifty dollar donors name and location. He's talking with viscount. Patrick maycom in New York City going as viscount Brian landing in. Oh oiseaux Michigan Dustin Jones in Oklahoma City. Gregory says it is in Lockport New York sir. Silver Dude of the silver dolphins in severn Missouri. Daniela boy in Bath Michigan. He's a Sir Allawas Leibel in Newark Delaware. Fifty Thomas Toilet in Shawnee Oklahoma Robert Case and mill springs North Carolina. Sir Robin of the oil checked highlands in attract. And that's it as a group of well-wishers ends producers for show twelve twenty seven hundred. Thank each and every one of them for donating keeping this show going. Yes then thanks to everyone. We're running along because we have a lot of donations today. And we appreciate that affiliates on. Yes we are we well. What is this corona man? We gotta like gotTa get in the basement broadcasting for hours and hours. Keep it all going. Thanks to everyone who came in under fifty dollars. That is always appreciate it as just a nonstop floor that we have thank you more people. Doing that would be better. Consider that and consider supporting us for our next show. We'll be here. That'll be on Thursday for that to go to dot org slash and A. I'm sure people out there can use some extra jobs carmen. These days jobs jobs.

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"sir robin" Discussed on No sitting on the sideline dad podcast

No sitting on the sideline dad podcast

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"sir robin" Discussed on No sitting on the sideline dad podcast

"The research when people move to this place where there is a statistical change in their sense of self else their ability to cope in their abilities they connected engage in life where we unravel this map and help people make and of it they own my gosh that me I thought I was so long for having that thought new actually emotionally understand. It's a very powerful pill it's our. It's our well-being and it's it's an amazing. You know what life can do when when when we because we were to take on English and medical steel advancing. There's so much work being done but listen. It's the point in time. Nobody knows assuring back what's going to happen. What kind of programs you offer like inferior or from the organic conception? Yeah so so when we did the research which and I always let people know that when doc and I went out to research all variations of stories of the struggle for years and then there was this something changed and then there was just kind of unexpected exception. She said it she said there might not be common across these stores. She says we entered the research. You just don't know it was the complete opposite of me story and we had four the whole groups and we continue to research all this day. Every story would actually map to order. These nine transitions so when we realize that typically mystically just like stages of grief if you think about grieving Dr Ross created for the first day identifies these common stages. These transitions transitions. If people move through grieving in the idea of normalizing Jonesboro validating that leads to this level of shifting empowerment that it can happen. That doesn't take away leaving these start to understand what we're going through So for us it was these nine emotional transitions. It just became so apparent across across all of these stories and We then created. It's kind of an online. You know audio program. It's a lot of couples call of course where we're walking through. Each of those transitions are able to hear what the stages sound like. Dr Takeda's a fake holidays helps understand why it's normal that as humans. We process things a certain way. And then in through this so many couples say you gave me the words to understand what was just rough feelings. You gave us a language to connect communicate and have the context of what was happening happening. So it's you know there's there's eight modules fifty minutes each of the having ish our course That for so many it reads them it with the worry the anxiety and for so many We have couples it Buddhist part of treatment. We have couples say this helps us understand what steps me she'd take next so at the end of the it's an online course it does come with digital We have this workbook journal. Box that we send couples or couples can download the workbook in the workbooks there to help reinforce the concepts reception program and then what we've just recently as we have an online support group for people that are going through the program together. We do a virtual monthly call. Were there to go live fighting talk about particular topic so our whole goal is to keep people listed people trusting in keeping people psychologically understanding what's happening and how we ourselves and right frame of mind. I was curious on. What kind of feedback have you got from the Audio Book Audio Program Those that have the courage invulnerability to take the time time to do this work into it as an individual and then it's even braver if that's where to do it as a novel Joe that the What we measure is about out quality of life differences around the key constructs of sense of self ability coping? Stay engaged in life in the back has just been outstanding. There's women that are women that just roaches roaches. I feel like I came out of a dark cave that I didn't know I was in. I feel sorry for the first time in years and if I had to give you a one quote that just summarizes the level of the spirit of what we hear when people go through we had a couple of say this Help my husband. I talk about things that were there and the room. We've just didn't have the tools to communicate. The no one wanted to kind of go there so I think you know for so many it can really transform their journey journey and But it's funny. My wife had to talk to a couple of not had you We had a doctor that was using our program as part of their care. With how awesome is that. We even have caretakers who who respect in care greatly about the physical work. They're doing but they even know there's an emotional and spiritual peace and we need to bring all three in harmony. But there's one doctor said can you talk to this woman before she started the program and my wife had to tell her up front. If you're doing this as a to do item to conceive a baby it's not the right program even though Joe I can tell you in the last month I've probably heard of partners at that a couple of conceive. They they believe that was due to this commotion. Emotional shifted jeans. But you cannot suggest that this is about owning your about self growth processing is and it's about a tool that can bring this couple together a decree bomb that they will actually knew that the mindset that and then we do really really. Well I just do this. Would it be a final so we won't leave with a couple that were going through the process. What you'd say to them and help them to their journey? When I say this I'm almost like I remember my wife being in it and I don't know if I would have been able to take this advice joe to be quite right honest with you which is to believe that something soft like emotional health and wellbeing in connecting in this process? Actually matters is probably a hard concept to know. Oh I lived at eight years. I left my job sold. My House spent four years researching it. And you have to do this individually. I think so many I just had go through the program myself. I just had to get my footing. Don't even know what I was feeling. You've gotta be able to understand yourself person what you're experiencing. I then really highlight. The people have to do this. As the united couple in the processing is different exchanges different and finding the middle and common ground is an and then thirdly only to you. You know what's happening to you and you understand how you're connecting as a couple then only then do I think you can understand really hot progress forward and for in usually usually at the opposite you were just doing doing doing doing. We're not making any time for the being and I think that I'd like people emotionally. He'll do it as a couple and then for so many. They say the path forward so clear. Once you've done one into Where they can connect you want to find out more about this program and more about you? Yes it's organic hyphen conceptions with an s dot COM Joe They have to living this We allow the tremendous sensible eh for thirty nine dollars a month. Scans many time meaning. So look through and I'm thinking is when you're struggling financially. Everyone's looking for money money money money money. It adds to the stress so we are. Our mission is to change people's lives. We have a money back guarantee We've mentorship Munich. People connect with and we will continue you to be here. Advocating your emotional health and wellbeing matters. And we'RE GONNA make this program is is easy in festival Without creating the heartache and the the turmoil that a lot of other decisions come with so yeah. WWW dot organic life in exceptions Dot Com in certainly people can reach out to me directly at mark and semi RC RC at organic hyphen conceptions dot com. I love chatting with with women couples. My Wife's -actly actively involved and so Dr Kate Webster so happy to help anyone in any way possible. Well I'll make sure all the links there in the no show today's episode mark. I Really WanNa say thank you very much for being on the podcast and and your message needs to get out there. Thank you Sir Sir Robin on this episode. I Really WanNa thank Marc Sherman being a guest on the podcast and I really want people listening you find out more about mark over at organic organic dot com. You can find all the links in the show notes over at no city on the sideline dot com size seven. Please reach out we've comet or if any questions you also com in the show notes and one semi email or leave a comment like you can find on my condemnation. No sitting on the sideline dot com slash contact packed. You know I think is a really tough topic and talk about today. I'm saying that I'll be honest with you. I'm blessed out my son and and south. The couples go for the challenges. And it's nice to see that them over coming in and in also two couples can have children. There's always a kid who needs. I wanted to be adopted and looking for home which eleven parents. Nothing ever works out the way it's supposed to but it's nice to see things do work out better believe me. I'm blessed to have my son and he's getting my eyes because kids children are gift until next time giving kids talk too much in love him. God bless take care.

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"sir robin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:32 min | 1 year ago

"sir robin" Discussed on AP News

"When it wasn't one of the principal members of Monty Python but he popped up so often and in such memorable roles he was sometimes called the 7 you're playing the leader of Sir robin's minstrels in Monty Python and the holy grail later he partnered with Eric idle to create the Beatles parity group the rubble statement from his family says in his died of natural causes Sunday night quickly and without warning Neil Ennis was 75 I'm Ben Thomas

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Monty Python collaborator Neil Innes dies at age  75

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Monty Python collaborator Neil Innes dies at age 75

"When it wasn't one of the principal members of Monty Python but he popped up so often and in such memorable roles he was sometimes called the seven you're playing the leader of Sir robin's minstrels in Monty Python and the holy grail later he partnered with Eric idle to create the Beatles parity group the rubble statement from his family says in his died of natural causes Sunday night quickly and without warning Neil Ennis was seventy five I'm Ben Thomas

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"sir robin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"sir robin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"The character of Sir. Robin played by Eric. Idle Sir Robin steps up thinking. He's he's GonNa ace these three questions. That need these questions. Three the other side he c- Offi the questions but I'm not afraid. His name Sarobi Pamela. The quest to seek the holy grail. What caveat our dog know that Corrs for those who have seen the movie? The scene goes on to The apex of an air speed velocity of an unladen swallow. So let's go to Kate Eight. Who is calling from south? Berwick Maine Kate. Are you a fan of Monty. Python and the holy grail. Hi Yes I'm a huge fan. I and I distinctly remember in high school in the eighties and my group of friends would just repeat all the lines from Holy Grail and now that I'm fifty. We recently watched holy grail with my son who's almost twelve and he loved every minute of it. He's starting to repeat he wants to watch it over and over again and repeat the line over these decades That it is You know the humor is one that resonates with And Pinkett speaking. I think it's because kids see adults behaving like children pretending to ride horses. This is what they do so I think they got feel very comfortable. Coconut go clippers clearly club but We are actually currently making him Setting up to make a movie of Spam Lot. which at least is based on the grail? So so that's what we're we're doing at the moment so we coconuts on our minds all over the place here. We'll get another call here about Monty Python and the holy grail test is calling being from Jamestown New York tess. You're on the air. Hi thanks for taking my call I have to thank you I I honestly haven't seen only real puppy since I was sixteen or seventeen but I worked for the US Army Chaplain Corps. And to this day I have a hand grenade case that has embroidered on the Holy Hannah compartments or one in five and a film that I probably haven't seen in fifteen or twenty years still uh-huh I wanted to thank you for all you've very welcome. It's bizarre grant you but it just goes on only I find it really amazing. It's forty years next year. That film will since films released and still plays away happily. And Spam Lewis is touring America gain and You know it's it's just it. It's I'm as I say we're making a movie of it. So this the holy hunger date. We'll be being made again and to think it actually has a a place of Howard respect in the. US Army chaplains course. I love that because you write in in the book At the first public screening of of Holy Grail. It was actually a total disaster. Is that right in London. Well it was just try out. Screening people haven't paid. It was the first you you know we have a tryout screening and it was a four I think for many of our investors and it was an absolute disaster. And that's because you don't get things right when you make a movie movie you have to drag the movie into where the audiences begin to law from. Keep them laughing and so it took us a while to get that done on grail We have surround sound check. 'cause it was ruining La- jokes and we ended up with twelve thirteen cuts before we actually got it to where we thought it was funny enough and we shot short little bit more little bits say segue between bits won't really working. How so there's not just like a theorem? I think A. Plus being equal laughed. I've you get it right. Yeah well an art and in practice as well. I'm just curious is so wonderful to hear that these many years later I mean we have callers. Who who have these incredibly fond memories of early python sketches of the movies as well and you know? Obviously you're speaking speaking to an American audience here but I'm wondering what do you think. Why do you think it connected beyond the UK or perhaps a different way of of asking is are there are? There are critical critical differences between American and British comedy. I think that's harder to answer but I think the one thing we were certain obviously never go in America. We are absolutely confident into that and we were completely actually wrong. I'm very grateful But we were picked up by PBS. which is very fortunate for us in Dallas was is the first? PBS Station to play it. And then they sold it to a few other stations like New York and suddenly people will watching this thing late on a Sunday night. Yeah and it was a perfect storm because then we opened the holy grail. And we would ask. She was a bit like Beetle Mania. We was trapped in a cinema in New York All Day while that screenings we had to sign coconuts very very odd so confident that it wouldn't work in America. Uh because we thought it was the reasons you said he was very English. They'd English placenames. They seem to be bad English types but then I think one Johnson in fact now we know that goes to ninety eight countries that the human being is the same in every country. We have the same angers and you know the the the same problems in the same issue. So if you get it right for one sided it it transposes itself well ozone also. Forgive me for doing that. I just wanted to before we move on to talk more about Other aspects of your career. I just wanted to get in one more. Holy Grail Clip here It's it's still reading as you're saying it's still reaching new audiences forty three years after the original release so here is a clip featuring Sir Robin again played by you. Eric idle Who disagrees with his portrayal Medieval musicians are portraying portraying him and Sarah just.

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"sir robin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"sir robin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"And so I think it was a I think it was useful. It was fun. Well we are talking with Eric Idle. He's one of the founders founders of Monty Python his new book he calls it. A SORTA biography is called. Always look on the bright side of life. And we're GONNA take a quick break here. You're you're hearing the music from find your grail. That's from the musical spam a lot which eric idle wrote as well. We'll take more calls when we come back Meghna Chakrabarti. This is on point. Aw ooh Eh rat races robots and Guy Roz singing for science why Mindy Thomas Co host of NPR's how in the World Guy Arise get ready for all new apps every Monday in December including a special musical to celebrate our one hundred show kids. It's well in the world from NPR in tinker cast. This is on point. I'm Meghna Chakrabarti. We're speaking this hour with Eric. Idle he is of course one of the founding members of Monty Python and he has a new book out. It's a sort of biography as he likes to call it. It's called always look on the bright side of life and Eric if I may we have to play at least one clip from the nineteen seventy four film monty python and the Holy Grail of a classic of Monty Python comedy here and so in. This scene happens to be one of my favorites. We're just GONNA play a part of it. King Arthur and his knights must cross a tattered rope bridge but not before answering the bridge keepers. Three questions and again they are on the quest for the holy grail. So here is the character of Sir. Robin played by Eric. Idle Sir Robin steps up thinking. He's he's GonNa ace these three questions. That.

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"sir robin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"sir robin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Stay tuned coming up in just about nine minutes at ten o'clock. It's the Brian Lehrer show hear how the anti-capitalist young left might use its new-found power on Capitol Hill and in the upcoming presidential campaign. Plus how you're divorced can be less contentious. That's coming up this morning starting at ten o'clock on the Brian Lehrer show, the weather for today does call for clouds and then rain later tonight into tomorrow overnight, and we could see some snow as well. This is Russia Paul with NewsHour live from the BBC in London. Imagine this year alone without internet access all mobile phone in a small boat surrounded by waves as big as houses, that's what sailors from around the world have been enduring for the last six months as part of the Golden Globe race. It's race around the world which has been held to celebrate the fifth its fiftieth anniversary and features yachts similar to those used fifty years ago today. A winner has been declared seventy three year old French skipper, Jean-Luc vanden heat. He arrived into the seaside town all the sobbed alone in western France. Earlier today there to greet him. Was Sir Robin Knox Johnston the first man to sail solo nonstop around the world and the man who won that original race back in nineteen sixty eight. I asked him I for his reaction. Well, I think the predictable as I've is concerned anyway, highly experienced and did all the right preparation, but really the reception. He's had here has been overwhelming. The whole town is turned out. It's crowded boats without the means and the cleanup see for two hundred and twelve days he's second half against the world in six the soda. You can pick up time for about fifty thousand pounds. And he's made an incredible voyage of it. So talk us through what being on the ocean for that long is like given that you have done it. Also. You're quite busy. Just because navigate you. Gotta see yourself yuppie repairs. You're the searing for quite some time as well. People think you just sit back and. Jim until it. Physical work. You know, you get changing weather, so you have to change it balances sales, and what's up there? You're busy all the time and apart from just being an experienced sailor, what sorts of characteristics. Do you think are required to be able to manage such a feat? This is very good question. Actually, I think you need to have a sense of humor, and you need to be able to laugh at yourself a bit. But you also need to be able to deal with just that anything that's thrown at chip. So you've got to be extremely self sufficient and above all you've got to be the sort of person who wins get nasty probably get angry to deal with it. You sit there and other things that you and Jean-Luc have discussed because you are friends on. Each other for. Yes, we good vetting friends. Yes. We haven't discussed it. I didn't get to hear that often. Actually, hoping to spend some time tomorrow and have a good chat because these issues that we frankly, we just had the press conference. They should have asked. That question is a good one. I wonder also what you think about the fact that he has now broken your record, which you set in two thousand and seven is being the the oldest person to complete around the world solo voyage. You're sixty seven when you did that. And he is seventy three. Well, that's great. And I'm very unhappy about that. I'm also unhappy about the fact he got roundabout false me. And the other thing I'm happy about much. It's a singer. Has pop group. That's a requirement for for being able to say around the world. But he does have his with. He could sing with him once, but it's also. Despite the business of actually trying to get yourself around the world. I wonder how much loneliness plays a part in in this city is so busy that you don't really have much time to seal got too, much automation. You probably get a subsidy Lennox. They've got enough to do. And I think in some ways for the moten sater's. This is one of the problems at fifty years ago. I was busy all the time. There isn't much time to think about it. But these days semiannual summation. I think there has got time on the hands. And that's what I think is probably when they feel and what about courage and fear. I mean, presumably adults take a real Stevie sense of character to want to do. This was there ever fear for you the person who says they're not frightened when they get down in say, the Southern Ocean is either a lot or inhuman. You're talking about says he meets away and breaking it. It's all very very dangerous. Unpleasant. And you're wondering what you're doing that. Frankly, most of the time it's happened. So quickly got time to get ready fighting. But you think about it and say wolf divide, this fear is unknown. Isn't it the first Gail you have in your life at sea? Is that the sisters is oh, God knows another one. Robin Knox Johnston. Speaking to me. Atlanta..

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"sir robin" Discussed on Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar

Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"sir robin" Discussed on Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar

"Hey, wellington. Do you study the adaptive Annonay immune system or do you focus on one? It's impossible to study one without the other because it was so totally linked together. So the night system is more generic it's an immediate response to an invasion. It's kind of like the an alarm system an alarm will set off a response an inflammatory reaction. This inflammatory reaction is really important for instructing and shaping the adaptive immune response, the depth of immune response, like the t cells, and b cells come in as a second wave to fight invading pathogen, and it takes longer because the adaptive system developed specificity, Sir, Robin just being a general reactive response to a wound infection, the T cells and B cells Krit specific recognition of invading pathogen. And this is why we can also develop immunological memory, though, cells and remember that particular patent that they. Recognizing that can be cold upon when you get infection a second time, so the innate and the adoptive immune system, Andy how to direct with. Yes. So while I've spoken that these are two different arms of the immune system. The innate adaptive immune cells system actually have to communicate with each other to mountain a normal immune response. So again did Nate mean system is very rapid immune system. So for example, dendritic cells will see viruses, they will take up viral particles kill and then talked to the adaptive immune system by presenting. What we call presenting these viral proteins on the surface of the dendritic cells the activate specific t cells that recognize the viral proteins that are then presented on a set of proteins called the major histocompatibility complex on dendritic cells system is instructing the dept of immune response to. Indicate its size, shape and recognition. Absolutely. So the dirt excel's actually primes. The adaptive immune system initial response. And then the and then the adaptive immune response then goes on to expand its itself. So that it can now provide adequate protection against the viral bacterial protein, but both arms of the immune system, the innate immune system, and the adaptive immune system are required for us to maintain normal health. What happens when you mean system goes wrong, there the way I think about it is that a two different ways by which the immune system can go wrong. So there are there's an on one hand one extreme deficiencies immune system. So for example, just talk about deficiencies in the innate immune system. So if you're a deficiencies deficiency in these receptors, I talked about earlier these pattern receptors, then individuals with these defects actually have increased susceptibility to infections, the bacteria, viruses, and And other. other organisms because I cannot Leach this rapid, I mean response absolately. So there are children that are born with either the absence of these particular receptors or even in the machinery that these receptors activate and these children can actually die from very severe infections. Could you give a couple of exempt genetic examples there is a an enzyme Iraq four and if kids are born without Iraq four they suffer severe bacterial infections of the skin. It causes cellulitis of joints that cause a septic arthritis. They can have infections of the brain causing meningitis bone osteomyelitis as well as other organ abscesses, but this is very specific to that. Because those kids do not have to set the Bility's to viral fungal other parasitic problem, so is a very very specific defect in the immune system. A second example is that there's a type of innate cell. That's called natural killer. Cell natural killer cells are very important in killing infected viral infected or malignant cells..

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"sir robin" Discussed on Book Marketing Mentors

Book Marketing Mentors

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"sir robin" Discussed on Book Marketing Mentors

"If you're an author or plan to be one get excited because this podcast is for you book marketing mentor is the only podcast dedicated to helping you successfully market and sell your book if you're ready for him powering conversations with successful marketing nathan's then grab a coffee or tea and listen to your host international bestselling author susan freedman welcome to marketing men to the weekly podcast where you learn proven strategies tools ideas and tips from the masters every week introduce you to a marketing master who will share their expertise to help you market and selma books today my special guest is a small business marketing and pr expert robin samara teaches small business owners hell that brands can commodity tension in a noisy crowded marketplace through her speaking consulting and mentoring she helps clients find ideal prospects form valuable relationships and turn followers into loyal customers and raving fans robens mission is to help our clients boost their brand business and bottom line by cutting through the clutter so that they can get noticed she uses social media email marketing speaking and free pub missives strategies to enhance credibility reputation and leadership position even without a pr budget robin also shares marketing tools tricks in articles on her weakling tip sheet robbins rainmakers robbins also one of my national speaker association colleague sir robin a big hearty welcome to the show and thank you for being this week's guest expert and mentor screen leah pleasure to be here to speak with you into also reach out to give some tips in ideas to your community.

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"sir robin" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"sir robin" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Joining us america of the day graham g show compounding the ball in orlando is a custom homebuilder staffer last down tony decided to hold cash and he did a good job up at his truck quarter and 15000 settling gag of affair somewhere you what you told me so far sir he fdr it is well argued a little kick in that pamphlet moved there who one way or the other it's not uh in anybody any good where it that and yeah it's county about forty thousand a year not having it into something that's pretty substantial sir robin needs to be in thing um with the the trick is you know what you wanna do with what's your longterm plan for that money well um you i grew up in a family have been buried black to have essentially the same aren't the bogey pete lau in all year gear air remarkable you do such a good service for her doled out there and uh i really been unable to keep my my whole life style outta debt i've got two young children uh a wonderful wife who isn't engrained in our company as well and um knowing you know how cash got me through the difficult times i'm just i'm almost paralysed uh hey off the rest of my on debt in my personal how uh because now i know i'm depleting those fund and then of course taking the best those on been putting them into uh some kind of investment um i do have other investments but again going through such a horrible behind it it it almost made me paralyze to do any looming is your risk averse because i would i don't blame you so you own your home uh ninety three thousand okay that's kind of a no brainer remiss legit three hundred graham your attention today be done with that and that's your last debt that's it nogan.

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"sir robin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"sir robin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Happy halloween everybody be game sixth day this is their jordana make a mistake because this is don't be it if if sister black is white singer ever i don't know i mean he has so much when you first here's voice i just thought he was caused by kabbah's earns own go in after the michael mcdonnell mega mcdonald's pretty good noted recently george michael known george um will cohen bieber no not jarvi john nudge be uh or robin fit robin thought robin firmly out inflict put up a poet jorge okay who's has more black without asking editor of his tag narrow the ills the he say it does not meet yes whose house more black suit which are beast which white rb singer is this considerably iranian solar sure yeah is this considerably i made you dare foreigner you'll never dare through two rocks so good must be firm well screamed the rock and apply fingers of which are and be singer uh sounds more soulful this puts black man america is okay this ri during three i blame me her who we problematic or throw you guys yhombi guts john be around in his earlier though what he disappeared wonder matter he's still headstones aid and michael mcdonnell mike mike on ghana yup robin theocratic sir robin think monetary donbi okay here is the fourth were missing nick joe where we were we just heard katy organs or nick jonas hey uh hey michael had some moments.

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"sir robin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"sir robin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Major produced that been least compliant i think there i mean to put pressure on iraq in particular to to meet its obligations what more closely i'm not convinced successful that will be because i think all these countries have their interests and and i expected to compliance on this deal to weaken this tom went on robben i was gonna ask exactly what sticks and carrots can opec actually bring to bear on noncompliant members well because i always like to reinforce what mechanism the ultimate in folsom mechanism is that saudi arabia in particular walks away from any deal and production goes up and prices collapse of the numbers get hurt that's a real uh now this is sort of nuclear option will close to that now but so they'll be some moral persuasion applied i think i think a lot of these members are blaming this secondary sources that a give out estimates of production could this be the reason why why price recovery is not happening just because the estimates are not really keeping up well of course there's a persistent game being played it with the second resources schools do their best to estimate the figures accurately and look at tank movements and so on but of course the opec countries put at their own official figures which may be correct in many cases but in some cases are manipulated other up or dan depending on what narrative the trying to serve and i think there's been it's been a position again that this is traditionally the rock to that other members fill that iraq's production is this is higher than the official figures in iraq is trying to show a better picture on compliance and is really the case sir robin when you try to gauge compliance are you looking at opec's own reported numbers are are you looking at something like exports and what are they telling you well we always look at exports and of course we have to look at domestic demand and that's a really tricky one how much is going into refineries in the country itself look at.

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"sir robin" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"sir robin" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"No karen because you were pretending that nothing was happening last time i mean well what is she going at care what is she going for here what do you think has she may just not remember what she's told the women versus what she's told the producers i don't i don't even know i don't know why she's trying to gaslight them on the stupid ass detail but i think the producer said listen they know that you moved so because they've already she's already had when dinner wishes yelled at everybody for young her business so cerise goes for her move out of the half the rate a kid thin and move in the middle of the night that's that's called us help moving but that's how moving works when you when you leave a house and you and just go the next one yes sir robin goes over to go to me in clearances well you know what i think sounds good did i don't care how it sounds too you it's an athlete says that now you're not that crime tom up but tom ikimi moi she has i'm not into titles and when i'm ready to give up my title i will but i've still got the tattoo that i'm not in june idaho care and robin goes to don't like turtles door store the dardel are you has really arguing about this right now i also also by way right before this at one point ashy says something like well you know money just parfive by and hassen potomac and in the producers cuts monique and she's like who fish champagne is great what is it like earth of glucose a new wow i like that and when you don't even know of of cocoa as.

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"sir robin" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"sir robin" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Yeah her first instinct was all good i'm going to marry a preacher man because peterman will be is a man of god so therefore nothing could go wrong this year and now he's dating feature on instagram allegedly allegedly meanwhile we then go over to robens owes where her boys were fighting over macaroni or whatever and she looks slow soviets youth assumed loons lumut slome guides stalled guy seriously stone and arkan's i i mar stupid sir robin reminds us that she has homework from her therapist's to go on a date and but she's like will who think water loyd could very much of a window dudes probably look the euro martires some new way to bermuda to do it mike what sort of relationship are you end he's dating people you get people to girl he let his air out of your if he let the heirs at ear tires it was just because he's getting a helicopter for you to get your ass out of there more quickly wednesday worried about where you're going and she's wearing a be dazzled tshirts he bought off like discount oetzi the says devastating devaux hongqiao anytime anyone call themselves a diva this just throw themselves into a pool of hot lava i mean it's just it's it's so ridiculous and annoying never get us but as old as fishing nothing that declares herself a diva who she said filthy derek is like a masutu which is fix dinner and he goes habak getting your hair line fixed still paving on near line because i'm not i'm haitin on your way she coats you move my legs and he goes girl by yeah.

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"sir robin" Discussed on Undiscovered

Undiscovered

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"sir robin" Discussed on Undiscovered

"So i've kind of wanted to take a chance on this but i also knew that have urged on crackpot you know ism so steve made a compromise they'd work on six degrees but they wouldn't tell anybody and if they ran into a brick wall it was back to the soundproof room and little a disease so putting aside crickets and diseases than banks for just a second just looking at people are we all connected by six degrees is at a small world or is it a big world and to figure that out you need a map bright need a map of the world's social connections and today we have that for about a quarter of the world it's called facebook oh but in january of nineteen 96 duncan and steve they don't have facebook so they don't have a map their first step is to change the question sir robin asking what is the actual woulld look like we said let's imagine a whole universe of world's dunkin' in steve decide to do a thought experiment they're going to imagine mathematically every way that six billion people on earth could be network together animals aihae do any of these networks look like that world dunkin's dad was talking about where everyone is just six handshakes from the president and they started by imagining the two most extreme ways six billion people could be network together the theory as you imagine the extreme ends of the spectrum than you can ask what's in the middle extreme world number one was a place called ring world.

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