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"six volumes" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Welcome back to boston public radio. I'm jim brown. She is margarita. Cervantes said all sorrow is less with bread. I guess nathan mir vold or is his family calls in norway. He just told me mir vote. Is that correct. Yes thank you okay. Obliterated sorrow altogether by way of his latest work modernist bread the art and science at six volumes. It's right here in our studio wrapped that's proper word in stainless steel spending over twenty five hundred pages of history technique recipe food photography which doubles as fine art nathan is the founder the cooking lab co authored. The modernist bread with head chef francisco nagoya nathan. It's pleasure sure thanks come by. Well thank you be here. This is where we really need to be on television. Because nathan just wheeled in the box and and took it out of your case and it is indeed fifty pounds right but it's but it's a separate section so that we can pull out individual sections and look at them so tell people two thousand plus pages fifty pounds. What exactly are you doing here. I this is a polite version of what i call the. What were you thinking. And we set out to write a great book about bread. That was covered. History be read has enormous rich history. The science of how bread works of course red is a product of fermentation so you have yeast and sourdot bacteria also recipes and techniques. How you actually make the stuff. This i read a quote of yours from your earlier. Massive work a modernist cuisine. Here's your line when you wish together some oil and lemon juice to make mayonnaise. You're using the principles of physics and chemistry there. I think that understanding how these principles for cooking helps you cook better. And by the way former chief tech guy microsoft in your former life which rates microsoft. I agree in the abstract. But is it for people like me to digest..
"six volumes" Discussed on The Daily
"Don't miss the new peacock. Original documentary event epsteins shadow glean maxwell. This chilling three hour series investigates the powerful connected and mysterious maxwell once heiress to the max fortune. Her life took assorted turn when she met. Serial sex offender. Jeffrey epstein this gripping documentary explores the complicated story that eventually led to maxwell's high profile arrest. Get up to speed with the details of her case before her upcoming trial every episode of epstein shadow glean maxwell is streaming now only on peacock sign up at peacock tv dot com long before covid nineteen hans. Loudon was in the habit of likening. Vincent van gogh to a virus. If that virus comes into your life it never goes away. He said in his bright modern amsterdam apartment when we first spoke in april twenty twenty and added with a note of warning in his voice. There's no vaccine for it. Loughton is sixty slim with wire rimmed glasses floating tufts of gray hair and a strong penchant for american roots. Music gospel dolly parton. Justin townes earle. He was born in the southern part of the netherlands near the belgian border. Both his parents made us for a living his father and a factory. His mother with a sewing machine in their home with gave him a respect for hard work and an eye for footwear. I can't meet a person without looking down at the feet. Despite the fact that there wasn't a single book in the family house his parents encouraged loughton and his brother to follow their highbrow dreams which turned out to parallel each other hair. Loughton five years houses senior studied art history and is now director of foundation. Custodio an art museum in paris hans majored in dutch literature and minored in art history. After getting his doctorate he heard that the van gogh museum in amsterdam wanted to develop a new critical edition of the nine hundred. And two letters. In the vincent van gogh correspondents including those that. He entail exchanged in nineteen ninety four. He was hired as a researcher and spent the next fifteen years on that work in the process. Loughton developed a particular affinity for the artist. He can speak fluently about the paintings. But it's vincent letters that he found another layer of insight. He worked very carefully. If you read the published letters he might say the deep grey sky but if you look at the handwritten letter you see. He added gray and then deep like he was adding brushstrokes. You can see in both his art and writing that he looked at the world as if everything was alive and aware he treated a tree the same as a human being. Loughton is a dogged researcher. The kind who will hunt down slips of paper mouldering and archives from paris to new york who derives meaning not just from what words in documents say but also from how they are written. You can see emotion in van. Gogh's handwriting doubt anger. I can tell when he had been drinking because he started with huge letters and they would become smaller and smaller as he got to the bottom of the page the end result of this exhaustive research project which went on far longer than vincent's career did is vincent van gogh the letters it runs to six volumes and more than two thousand pages and was published in two thousand nine and online edition features the original dutch or french together with an english translation. Annotations facsimiles of the original letters and images of artworks discussed leone johnson who toiled away side loughton for all of those fifteen years and who now works at the how thins institute for the history of the netherlands told me that as they neared the end of the van gogh project he sends that loudon was beginning to formulate a new idea. I think hounds realized that while we were at last delivering. Vincent's letters that project was only just to start. Because vincent wasn't even known at the end of his life which raised a question that had never been completely answered. How exactly did the torture genius. Who eliminated dealers and otherwise thwarted his own ambition time and again during his career become a star and not just a star but one of the most beloved figures in the history of art. Your van gogh bore was previously known to have played a role in building the painter's reputation but that role was thought to have been modest a presumption seemingly based on a combination of sexism and common sense since she had no background in the art business. There were intriguing indications for those interested enough to look in two thousand three the dutch writer. Boss haina found himself in. The van. Gogh museum's library and stumbled across some letters which prompted him to write a play about yo. I just thought this woman's life is a great story. He says loughton likewise told me that. The letters between the brothers and those exchanged with other artists and dealers were littered with clues. He search the museum's library and archives and found photographs and account books that contained more hints. He corresponded with archives in france denmark and the united states. He began to formulate a thesis. I started to see that she was the spider in the web. She had a strategy. There was another source a potential holy grail which he believed might advance his thesis but to which researchers had been denied access mountain new had kept a diary his interest was piqued in part by the very fact that he hadn't been able to read it. The van gogh family had kept it under lock and key since her death in nineteen twenty five. I don't think they were unwilling to acknowledge her role. Loughton told me. I think it was out of modesty ios son. Vincent didn't want the world to know of his mother's later relationship with another dutch painter. Didn't want her privacy to be violated. The diary remained under embargo until in two thousand nine. Latin asked ios grandson johan van gogh if he could see it and johann granted his wish. Ios diaries and other materials are now available via the van. Goghs museum's website and library the very first entry in the diary which turned out to be a collection of simple lined notebooks of the kind used by schoolchildren. Intrigued loudon yo. Started it when she was seventeen five years before she met tale. A young woman of that era could look forward to only very narrow options in life yet. Here she wrote. I would think it dreadful to have to say at the end of my life. I've actually lived for nothing. I have achieved nothing. Great or noble that to me was actually very exciting. Loton says it was a clue. She was not content to follow her family's maximum after all in two thousand nine loughton began writing a biography of yo working in an office in a former schoolhouse. Opposite the greensward of amsterdam's museum square. It took him ten years in all. He has devoted twenty five years his entire career to the lives of these three people the book. Ls four. vincent. All vincent was published in two thousand nineteen. Because it's still available only in dutch. It is just beginning to percolate into the world of art scholarship. It's massively important says stephen. Navy co author of the bestselling twenty eleven biography van gogh the life and the.
"six volumes" Discussed on On The Media
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More safely easily and quickly learn more at clear. Me dot com slash health. Pass clear me dot com slash health pass. This is on the media. i'm brooke gladstone. When it comes to peeling back. The curtain on white house wizards of oz journalists can come across his heroes or at least gritty crusaders for the first amendment. As in the two thousand seventeen steven spielberg film. The post about the washington post and the pentagon papers how he's supposed to come through four thousand pages loosely organized had three months way we can. We got less than eight hours for the list. Six years we've been playing catch up and now thanks to the president of the united states. Who by the way is taken all over the first amendment. We have the goods. We don't have any competition. There's dozens of stories in the times is barely scratched the surface but getting in publishing the papers and the subsequent trial was the end of the story. How about the beginning back in two thousand eighteen. I sat down with les gelb. Who was a thirty year. Old defense department official and he was put in charge of compiling the papers by then secretary of defense robert mcnamara and. He told me how those papers came to be. We got list from mcnamara of one hundred questions. Things like what's happening in the field. How many of the enemy dies. Where is the body. Kill eight of the hundred questions. Were historical now is given six people to work on these questions and we were given two months to get done by the way. We were told not to tell anybody about this. We stared at the questions. We all started laughing. Why are we doing this. This is the kind stuff we send up to the press secretary when we're preparing him to answer questions and we're not gonna be able to add anything to what we're doing on a daily basis but some of the questions were bigger than that. The questions included. Are we lying about the number killed in action you. Can we win this war. Yes and those were those with the daily questions. Real answers to those questions would take a lot more than a sound bite from a press secretary. We we were giving what we thought. Were the real answers to the questions when we did the best guidance for the press secretary. So how did the government feel about the war. I would say almost everybody in the government felt that the war was not going well but a number felt there were ways to fight it better. They were very very few people in the pentagon or the state department or the white house who were flat out against the war right. They believed in the domino theory. Essentially that was ed. We're all brought up that tradition of the domino theory that somehow we lost the strategic place such as berlin we would lose europe and in fact one of the memos you'll see in the pentagon papers the state department referred to into china as the asian berlin. That's how central they thought it was to the future security and safety of the united states card to believe. But that's what we thought. But why did mcnamara ask you these questions. If you were already given the best answers you could to the press secretary. Every day to this day. I don't know mcnamara initially just said answer those questions then after this group of six that i had assembled schmooze the battle for several days. We decided well you know might be interesting if we could look back into the files and maybe give more in answers to the questions. We had been answering more or less from our daily experience and inevitably. You're at the back into the history. We wrote up a list of about twenty some ard monographs short papers. That's really what the pentagon papers is bunch of short papers. I sent the memo to mcnamara and he wrote on that memo okay. Let it be encyclopedic and let the chips fall where they may but the only ones who really knew were cia because mcnamara called the head of the cia richard helms and help shipped over to me an enormous quantity of these documents from the cia but he never called dean rusk. The secretary of state he never called rostow national security adviser told lyndon johnson the notion that this was a definitive. It just plain wrong brooke because we didn't have that kind of access and we never were allowed to do any interviews. How long did it take a little over a year and a quarter started in june. A sixty seven finished in february sixty nine and when it was all done you know we had these thirty six volumes which very few people who've written about the pentagon papers i show you have read and then i took the papers over the mcnamara's office at the world bank. He was head of the world bank in february sixty nine. I brought him into his office. And we're sitting around this coffee table having a little chat. And then finally i said to him. Would you like to see the papers. I opened up. One of the boxes handed him one of the monographs. He flipped through it. Like you flip through a deck of cards with his thumb and he threw it back into the box and he said and i quote take them back to the pentagon. Do you think he ever read them. I have no idea. I spoke too many times over the years. And i never asked him. And he never said he was replaced by clark clifford as secretary of defense blueblood lawyer who had virtually no foreign policy experience and we thought clifford was sent to the pentagon by johnson to sit on people like us who had begun to ask questions about the war at the white house. Didn't like clark clifford sense this right away and laughed and said in a realize i've been against this war since nineteen sixty five. What did he think of the domino theory. That was the reason why he became a dove and sixty five. Johnson had sent them to talk to the asian leaders about sending more troops to fight the war and none of them would give any troops and so clifford said. I thought to myself. Well if the domino's don't think they have to fight to save themselves. What the devil a week doing by the time you were assembling. What became the pentagon papers. It.
"six volumes" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast
"Just disappearing like that. Yeah so. I don't know to go into work when the sun is of leave in dark outside. Istanbul depressing. I'm really spending my eight hours of my day because a reminder that you're literally spinning more than half your life it work and this is where i want to be We want to be here with the good people the winning team. Yeah the winners. Yep okay well sounds like the weeks were very well wrapped up here so crystal what have you. What have you got has that elbow out and everything. So i'm disgust three things bounce it over to you guys. Okay so. I think. I thing first thing i saying. The devil is a part timer season. Two s crazy a years years. Twenty twelve would ain't grownup had children got worry bill. Bill's pad life changes and all of a sudden s-. Here's a gym here. You go you it out to finish. Versees i don. I didn't finish. i liked it. I'm not gonna sit appearance at that. I didn't like it. And i liked it. I am just one of those people wear. I have this thing where i'll get like halfway close to finish in anime and manga is well in my attention span is like let's watch males. That's where am i dumb. As does it every time. And then i feel so bad but now i never finished it. I close to finishing year. But i didn't finish it. You know dearly enjoyed ones Pass by my radar. I didn't watch it for some reason. It just didn't like looking. He added this. I mean it was just like man. I don't wanna watch this. Give three give it three episodes episodes. I apologize this week. gave it three episodes. But there's not much wait a minute. Two thousand twelve was eight years ago. Does it like on a turkey. Like three minutes. Realize yeah that was good in two thousand twelve. Was i n twenty twelve was year. I graduated high school. Yeah wow wow time flies. Sony twenty one o k. Wow foot me up like that time. But anyways it's not a lot of info that came out about this just yet. I don't think we have a release date yet but if you do wanna watch season one. It is currently streaming on netflix. Hulu and fun of nation. Second bit of news. That i have is map is back in their back. I repeat napa is back in their bag. After he and i'll coming for everyb- everybody's edges with you know a ot. Let me shout out lt now. Granted i'm not watching it this season. And since i've seen some scenes and map will put they whole last foot in it. Okay left and right shutout to them for that. I'm not saying shut out to the franchise. Shut out to map a skit that understood. So after map of snatching everybody's edges with lt. And i can never say that. Jujitsu jitsu chrysler. Jitsu kaizen been also. They're doing Chainsaw man yeah baby they are. Also it's been released that they are doing a sports anime. This time it's swimming so it's swimming in it's called Remain it's coming out. This year not is coming out this year but a release day. Your month hasn't been released. The anime they anime story centers. Aw monaco a boy who stopped playing water polo due to certain incident in the Winter of his third middle school year he picks sport backup again with a new team when he starts in high school but the team runs into many problems. So let's see what they're for. I don't know if there's a manga out I think this is original project original or is this story because he's houses just like fujiyoshi fodder and i don't. You're not interested in that. I really in their my last bit of news. The thing this is like maybe our third or fourth time bringing this up but way of the house husband. We talked about the manga. Last year. talked about it. We talked about the news of getting in anime adaptation and now we are in the final stages of love. The way of the house has been we do. Have a release date I do believe that this is a worldwide release date It's coming out on april the eighth so other than that. I'm excited um there was a lot of news. There's a lot of talk on twitter. Most of the fans of the way of the house has been manga. Really wasn't pleased with the animation the animation. I forgot what Animation studio was doing on the. Yeah real quick but My opinion is. I think it's fine. For what the series is. Yeah it's comedy. Series is very like shorts. Bill vinas of their lives together. And it's not supposed to be action. Pack not supposed to be like animated all things i'm not expecting. Napa is back to map and not expecting bones. I think for an anime. I think something really light and really fluffy but legged really comedic like that. I don't think it needs the full blown. Like productions legal and now by their. How long is way of the house. That's been in fact. It's not a union an anime. It's an original net animation. So it's not getting aired on most station so it probably is not getting the same production money as it is say. How long is white house. Yeah how long does the miami volumes of the manga. 'cause i only have a volumes. One through four or six volumes right now and i know five five is supposed to be releasing sometime next month or may or in june to may eighteenth the six volumes and but they're like really short chapters has seventy chapters out right now. Yeah see the producing company for way. The house was when right now is j. C. staff yeah. Jc staff as also produce the anime as for revolutionary ago tanna.
"six volumes" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"It to cooler than me. Does sure a lot of people in the face. This double i mean he only he knows how much ammo might as well. Y wingham when you can just take him down make sense. I mean it seems excessive to literally like serial killer murder henchmen may or may not be like as evil as the guy that you're actually going after but whatever well there is a story. There's gotta be some some to it but i mean it's still a little little extreme. I wouldn't patrick finally watches it. He's going to get fifteen minutes is going to be like fuck. These guys all deserved except for the one guy. You've lost weight anyway. that's not. That's not cyberpunk ghost in the shell definitely cyberpunk oh for sure and that delves into some of the core themes of cyberpunk is like what happens when you replace like everything. A person is with machine. Yeah and that. And that is the when the only only thing left of person is their brain and everything else machine dream. We got some bad news for japan. Wow you're in you're in a simulation didn't pay too much for it. Yeah that's why. I got stuck with your friends. Something wrong in some life the equivalent of the free trial. Aol discs judge dredd. I mean i never really saw it. Because like i said because the main character is the man he's corporations he's the government that was almost the thing that made it punk rock. 'cause i mean i've i've read. There's collect book collections of all of the original run on the series. And i've got the first six volumes of nights. I've read a lot of judge dredd and you're right. It's tough to call it cyberpunk although there are some elements to it but he is literally the man i mean. He's judge jury and executioner. While i mean anthrax told us that exactly. He's a law. You fuck around him but you know it was. It was all the punk kids in the the outsiders. It really took to the book. Which kind of is opposite of what you would expect. Because here's the guy that's like the ultimate there is no grey area and he's killing punks and all that shit but we love about it..
"six volumes" Discussed on Interesting If True
"Because i copied and pasted the same sort of the epicenter of the epidemic era and. Don't think about it too hard. Yeah that's where rap spread vic people from compton or past. When they founded it came from vermont. Everybody's pissing found out it came from vermont didn't rhyme alliteration. People know that so In fact the news article at the time noted quote on her arrival spirits became more spectacular than ever before. I bet the fox cows were super jealous. Those fox sisters kitsch teach teachers. Nobody could shut them up. I love that joke twice and it's irrelevant so excited. So that's some of the fun. Work that madam be dead anyway after returning from her supposed- enlightening among the traditions and spiritual masters from her sojourn. She moved back to russia in eighteen fifty-eight and by eighteen seventy had emigrated to the us. she lived in various parts of new england but a huge mama and her life took place in pennsylvania. That's that's where the immigration folks living in a cage. For a couple of years common practice. She felt comfortable with pennsylvania since she's was so well. Acquainted with transylvania so confusing. She was a white woman. Oh that's right. They didn't killinghall. Nobody puts baby jalen hall and a corner so it was here in pennsylvania that her to help took a turn as she developed a serious infection in her leg. Now and west philadelphia sicken days. The fever took up day remembering her rule. She channeled atlantans before it was cool noticed. I didn't wrap. that's amazing. Those good thing. According according to the university of pennsylvania museum of archaeology and anthropology how she fits into either of those two sciences. I don't know but During quote during a period of delirium she underwent a spiritual transformation and was inspired to found the soft society. Wow so that three times fast. That was like the midnight society they just gather around a campfire and tells scary stories throw sparkly dust into it and bring it the field correct. She was society she could get more people to to listen to her and perhaps apply their funds toward the trick to profiteering from stupid beliefs. As inc ask scientologist. She had a well get into that a little bit later But a little side note here. Too deeply dive into theological society would require. It's but it's a gathering folks dabbling in the kind of louis. You would expect and it's honestly not that interesting. Oh it's just a bunch of dum dum dum dums. You can just read the by one on. Gwyneth paltrow's paid more of the ancient masters of wisdom. It's more of that by of wisdom. I would watch that show. We've got an illegal ordinary gentlemen wasn't boring. They were more ordinary the league of ordinary. I'm not so anyway. Back to her new fever dream combined with what she learned in tibet from the masters of ancient wisdom eventually an eighty eight. She published her early theocracies magnum opus lou. The six volume the secret doctrine. Six volumes isn't the first rule of having a secret society. Not telling your secrets. So now it's like you have found the secret and now it's our job to spread it to the so they can reach eight. Five easy. payments of nine really meant was the previously secret doc. It's the greatest secret the secret. That should no longer remain so And if you thought things but it's a little too normal in the middle of the road. It's about to get weird. Yeah that's been concerned about this now. Goddess blessed the penn museums page because it breaks down the overall lesson perfectly quote. She wrote about seven root races of humanity. The first consisted of invisible astral jellyfish. Joyce talk me story leeann. Let me finish the lovecraft. Also tap into the weirder. The second the hyper borey and live near the north pole and we're also body. They were very then. They became elves. Necks came a race of egg laying. Lemurs who had is on the back of their heads. They lived on the continent of lamar area. Oh which was located in the pacific ocean. The marines were naughty. They discovered sex which was their downfall. Done score is kind of. It's in the indian ocean outside of the world right. She's going to get one right dammit test. You saw the eating an egg once he late that all right. I'm pretty sure if it if it goes in one for sure. I honestly don't understand. Because if there is lemurs and now they're still lemurs. I don't understand how they're still lemurs. Because courting according to we came from apes why are they still upset her telling the the mullahs marion's their entire continent was destroyed leaving only remnants of easter island and australia on which there are no lemurs well. They grew wings and moved to the moon and became marion's on only make sense to contact pin them. I just love the fact that this museum's website said the la- miriam's were naughty older naughty. Naughty loopier can't take the super seriously. I'm with a the people of atlanta's were the fourth of madam helena's races and the fifth where ourselves the remaining to have to be unlocked later in the game. Oh no way you or do you have to pay straight up levels and missile made a relevant video game choked on my tongue. Get one ever had a good game. I mean a decent job aiming really low here erin correct music reference earlier. My head is gonna explode topsy turvy. Oh but i had no idea so yes. The final two races are come later to be guardians for an infant humanity. Their home lines and outer space specifically of course venus. Well the men and women are men are from mars. Women are from venus yes to planets anti-racist that checks out that is on this fabulously nutty. Note that i'm bringing this week's portion of the story to a close. Oh leg fever. Lemurs laying eggs or milk. Lakes spoiled us next week. I'm going to pick up from here and discuss some of her more controversial beliefs and the lasting historical repercussions of madame vs life things. And of course. Nazis dame it always nazi from. Let's great. thanks for listening this week. I'm erin steve. I'm jan and i'm shape. Thank you for listening to this week. And if you listen real hard you'll your to really good jokes from steve. Let's your they both got recorded. Final word about the show social links and contact information and interesting to dot com. A music for the episode was created by wayne jones and was used with permission. The opinions views and nonce expressed in the show or those of the hosts only representing the other people organizations or life forms. All rights reserved interesting. True twenty twenty..
"six volumes" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"For three months. Cookie sent to me why they call you. Tell him quickly quickly new quakes because he played against him. You know Quickly played in the final seconds. Liu and fifty nine and Scottish guy but i had a brother used to cope and he used to speak to walk before you know before i signed for doncaster and i think that's why. Get calling me terry. And so three bombs called me edward. That's me terry. You know and i used to be. I used to find teddy gherman and funding. you know. can you please you know so still to this day. Some people in my kinda which. I find strange but you don't make any difference what people call me because i go to both nail really. It's magic yet. He was christened. Roger patrick hunt on the seventeenth of march nineteen forty three born in swindon and. He took his father's nine because of roger runs apply for liverpool. He's father's name cerny so they called it. E e coli cell phones. So that's abby wasn't a nickname was Authority may have been. It was his dad's nine ernest and he actually applied in one of the most iconic games ever played in america he played in the nineteen sixty seven united soccer association championship applied for los angeles wolves who were wolverhampton wanderers against washington whips who were abidine one and the other one the eastern and they played on the on the seventh fourteen july sixty seven in the first folio because the americans after the world cup and sixty six. They wanted football to off. In america i had played previously. In fact america. Think finished third in the first world copy knowing saints earth so the americans deplorable before then but but the stopped And i try to resurrect after the world cup now. This guy between the whips and the wolves ended six volumes in sudden death overtime. 'cause i went to extra time and the first first goal scorer of will that evening was the great peter nose dive burnt. So it's good a hat trick derek dugan and an own goal and they still talk about that guy so these ferry diana neon plight in that game or didn't realize because he played for wolves after moved from swindon by two hundred and fourteen games in the league for swindon seventy four food for wolves then. He moved to everton plight. Coventry moved up to your neck of the woods don kosta before finishing his professional football career at bristol city. Knowles is my your mother's pumpkin jason to reach or they know you don't stop so and then you go into next village victory to fix kinsley and but joe kelley mitchell brindley. It was about wasn't really what he can't. We must be really cow. But when we promote. When i was up molitor to We're flying to torremolinos night and either. Oh really what goal. Because we'll keep the injured joe. Much limit is today but i'll confirm next john about it because you don't vote today. I don't know why he's mentioned that. You mentioned to me about will leak out with a free cake. Yamanaka remember that much day. What did i say i said. Even even wall salvages great skill great technique and they stopped players. You you could not lift the ball fake de. Because she's like two teachers bummed that you don cookie oscar bowl. Why absolutely silly really because applicable flick is applicable. Not only that now ball changed the game in the something game itself..
"six volumes" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast
"That almost like is anti-climactic in in its in a presentation. I was really like as it was building to. This moment was like. Are they going to draw this like epic fight with these this giant rick and giant jerry. Mex- that are going. You know go at each other. And i mean it happens for a few panels but abruptly ends and and they have to come up with another solution for how to how to deal with this problem. who will who will win out in the end will it. Will it be rick. Finally overtaking This doofus jerry. Will morty prove his worth or Does it take jerry to defeated jerry. Who knows who knows. I know i. I read the story i i know. But you'll you'll have to read the communist t to know for yourself you'll you'll you'll you'll have to. I mean you have to read the comic to see for yourself but also if you haven't by now you probably are not in comics and so You know Spoilers a spoilers bound doofus areas is defeated How I'll i'll e that to you to wikipedia or go to comics free dot sfc slash comic shop by the comics support. The artists support the raiders. I will say there's a what i like about. The comics is just as i mentioned that the jerry Supermarket parking lot with the dropping the wall and stuff like that there periodic paneled asides that that capture random humor that that are that are like and then the kind of non sequiturs that that happened. I sent you a picture of a golden girls. The golden girls will more doofus. Jerry is is saying like You don't wanna see you. Don't go in the bedroom to to see your mom You you don't wanna whatever In more is like like the golden girls but holes then something you want to see what the girls but what i do. Think the ad and he's like why would i. Why would i want to see that. Talking about being their best friends four wrinkly decrepit buttonholes traveling down the road and back again. There's there's like a picture drawn image of the golden girls with with that description and and in the subsequent panels. It's it's this weird Presentation of morty. Where he's like disgusted by it but also somewhat intrigued like it's something. He spent a lot of time thinking about But isn't openly admitting it so. Yeah there are some good one off some little bits if you will Within the comics where they take some liberties they go. They go in different directions that the show wouldn't necessarily go in though sometimes they do Yeah and i don't know. I think i think there's some great things that they do in the comics. It's it's a different kind of storytelling. It's it's the way they pace like action scenes and stuff like that. It's it doesn't play the same as it would in the show but they can really dig into the characters a little bit more sometimes and an explorer different aspects of the characters in the comics. That that we don't always see in a you know twenty two minute episode or or or however long an episode is. Yeah so so. I liked that. I liked that they can dig into it a little bit more. That the relationship between jerry doofus. Rick is is kind of nice like it's it's it's good for them even though they're like the two most outcast people in the multi-diverse at least they've found each other. Yeah they're supportive of each other. And that's that's something we don't see in rick. And morty time is supporting your fellow man or woman. Ricky getting to totally beat up because because that just doesn't seem to happen in the show either. It doesn't the last thing last time. I'll say going back just briefly. The the robot fight. I showed the cover here on the video a minute ago. It's like he big robot. There's a big robot. Thank jaeger Whatever again widow toro pacific rim robot. Fight for like for like three frames and Yeah i like that that. That pieces is disappointing. We talk about utah. Action comics I think The the team that did the bird person one shot you recommended presents. Bird person i think is they. They do spectacular job and we interviewed them here. on on the show Because we did made sure to check out episode If you're in the comics and you want to hear more about making comics and and the and the people that put their blood sweat and tears into putting those stories on the pay. that's right. How sphere. Fred stressing and leonardo ito. Ooh yeah i remember names. Yeah i'm glad one of us. I yeah overall. I i have read some rick. And morty comics. I have like i think the first five or six volumes of the trade paperbacks now but i have not read all of them have only read like the first two or three. And that i've read rick and morty responders and dragons i did get volume to get that. Recently i intend on reading that as well but Yeah i think of the story lines that i've read this is. This is one that i would rank higher than than most. This is a cool idea. It did show some savona abilities for rick. And i would recommend it if some if especially in the drought season when we don't have new episodes and you're like man. I just want some new rick. And morty it's out there he's got to know where to look and it's in in the in the pages of the comics that's where you gotta go that's right find your local trade paperback distributor wherever trade paperback distributors old. They're also on amazon. It's call because jeff bezos haven't all right final thoughts on on the comics or on the storyline brandon. No no but i think that that covers it for For any of the comics. If there's a if there's a comic Rick morny comic thread or or storyline are that you want us to take a look at a little bit deeper. Do us a favor head out to our twitter. At rick morty pod or our our email. Rick and morty pot g. dot com. Send us an email and say. Hey here the issue's cover god ahead. Can you cover these for us. And we'll take a look at him. I i have them. And i'll just i'll. I'll get a video and won't read it travis. Reading with trump. He just he just reads it to me as i'm going to sleep. And that's and that's how we do these with. How do these reviews. This pompous mobile mobile curled up with my.
"six volumes" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!
"Hey everyone this is. yvette hampton. Welcome back to the schoolhouse rock. Podcast i am so glad to have you back with me today and i have a guest on with me today who i have been wanting to have on the podcast for literally years. Actually since the very beginning of the podcast has she has been on my bucket list. Her name is cindy rollins and they know many many of you are already familiar with who she is. I read her book while we did a bit but club probably about three years ago. Three and a half years ago with some friends and we read her book called mirror motherhood and it's morning times nursery rhymes and my journey towards sanctification. It's a fantastic buck and so we're going to talk a little bit about that today but we're really going to kind of focus on one of the topics she is passionate about. It's called the hidden art of homeschooling habits in the home. And it's something that probably like many of you i struggle with finding good habits and and establishing good habits for myself and for my girls and so cindy to the rescue. She is here to help us. Cindy welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much for having me. It's exciting to be here absolutely. You're one of those homeschool celebrities that you know. I always think. Oh i wanna meet her. And you came to my area about a year ago. And i missed you. I had something going on that day. And i was not able to hear you speak. And it was really bummed out about it. So this is the next best thing is getting to be on the other side of the camera and the microphone with you and and chat with you. Good conversation you know. That's actually one of my favorite parts of podcasting is that i get to talk with our guests before we actually hit recording. It's so much fun. Many of them. I already know personally but even the ones they do. Now it's fun to just sit and chitchat and get to know each other more personal level. So thank you for your time today. Tell us about you. And your family in the ministry that god has called you to. Yeah so i home schooled. My kids my oldest son is thirty. Six and my youngest is nineteen. We have nine and our way one daughter. And so i we home school. A lot of boys. A lot of chaos and excitement in our home and I don't know. I guess home didn't look like the typical Home school that is reading about and watching over the years so But god was still with us and we got through it and at the end i kind of started. People asked us to ask me a lot of questions about boys and what to do. Hopefully and i have charlotte mason bent so they can charlotte mason be voice. Because that's what we did. My guys are all very manly So anyway i ended up. Writing near motherhood is kind of the a little bit of an anti utopian dream. kind of like Okay these are all really great books to inspire us but also what if our home doesn't look like that. What had can we still home school. Can we still have successful families. Even when it doesn't always look like a tea party every afternoon with a pretty music and all the wonderful things we still. We still keep doing them but you know. Is there hope for the normal family whose children fight with each other and that. That was what i was going or when i wrote the book. Yeah i left any length that you talked about normal family because there we have learned over and over again. There is not a typical home. Skull family i. We have this image in our minds that every other family but ours is doing it right and somehow were the ones who are messed up in our house where we feel like things are chaotic and everybody home scores differently. I mean there are some moms of course who are very structured and they have it all together and they have their scope and sequence and they've got their whole year planned out and then there are moms like myself who kinda fly by the seat of my pants and anyway it's ten years in. It's what has worked for our family. The lord has had on this crazy journey. And so we've kind of had to homeschool that way and it's worked because we've trusted the lord and all of it and i know from reading your book that that's really what it came down to for you as well as you trust in the lord through the whole journey of homeschooling to provide what you needed to get your kids to where they needed to be but most importantly to point them towards jesus. Yeah i mean that's what it's all about is that relationship with christ and That's one reason. I really liked charlotte mason. So much is because to her. It's all the same thing when we educate our children when we give them knowledge all of that. All true knowledge is knowledge of god. He's the one who's build it into the universe and when our children see that it's not like somewhat like intellectual thing out in the world and then as christians we just have this like meager supply of knowledge. because we're afraid of it and said we have all the riches and beauty of god's universe at our disposal and our minds are are they're made by god to learn. These things that he has given us is very exciting. So there's not this dissonance like oh if i really want to know something. I have to get out of this christian bubble. I'm in and go out of it. Because no the the bubble God is the one who created the world and the knowledge that we're learning is his knowledge. That's right so okay you talk about charlotte mason. And i'm going to ask this for the moms who maybe are just starting out homeschooling. Maybe this is their first year or maybe now that this is the new year in moms are looking at home schooling for this last semester of the school year or they're looking at home schooling for the following school year. And they're thinking what in the world is this charlotte thing or who is charlotte. I remember i had no idea. I mean i i. I went to a workshop at a homeschool conference the very first year before we started home schooling and it was all the different styles of home schooling and they talked about charlotte may sending classical and unscrambling and i was like what are they talking about. I mean i was so i was excited because they knew it was exciting but at the same time i was so overwhelmed. And and so. Can you kind of explain in nutshell to those who may not know what the charlotte mason method is scherer charlotte as soon as an educator who died in the nineteen twenties so she's been gone awhile she was english and she wrote a six volumes of books about her ideas about education and she had a teachers college in almost. Those ideas are very home center and so In the early eighties. Somebody susan schaeffer. Macaulay wrote a book about charlotte mason call for the children's sake and that will cast a vision for home. Schooling really just cast a vision for what education could look like so a lot of people read that book. And we're like this is what i really want for my children and unlike that book so much because of just what you're saying if you're coming into this world and you're hearing this and hearing that you really don't need more information. What you need is a vision ray. Or what you're gonna do with your family. Sometimes you just jump in anywhere. a most. Most families now are just doing that. They're just jumping in. And wherever you are that's good.
"six volumes" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Their legs with the The horror genre. A little bit very cool stuff. I i like to see when people collaborate with other people. I think that's that's a great way to grow. And it's a great way to kind of expand. Your horizons get new ideas. And it's a great way to also support the community because i think y- and is kinda cliche. You know whether it's musician book authors. Whatever it is you. You don't want your audience to be what you i you know. I'm at writing. I don't write music and play music for musicians. I play of general public. So you want that but having that built in audience a support system to help you out when things on you're struggling and especially at moments of self doubt that everybody gets when you're in a creative mode something it can be just a great Great to have that community to fall back on. So i i like that idea of course rating and putting out and that's all that includes other sources Now so we have your website up here spooky house. press dot com What is what happens at you website. Is it just a listing for your books. What you know. Is it something that you Do other things to what is the purpose of the website and we have a we have a blog on there that i update With regularity of probably like once a month You join our mailing lists didn't get About one a new releases coming out or when our books are on sale we actually just did a really Wonderful holiday Sale on my wa or her name and other nightmares owns the award. Winning book aborted windows dead leaves so on. I don't send out a lot of messages. i. I don't like getting a million emails from people personally Or from you know different publishing companies and stuff like that so you can go there. You can Follow me on social media through there and really. It's just a way for you to reach out if you're interested in learning more about our books that we've put out or if you're interested in learning more about or you know talk a lot about the editing process on there and talk a lot about the writing process on there so a know. I'm a teacher but at the same time. Like i'm not an expert in writing but if you wanna get some tips from someone who's published stuff. I'm happy to those in happy to give you some inspiration in stuff But overall ups press dot com. And you know it's it's a pretty basic website. I don't do anything crazy. Read the blog join our mailing lists sending email. If you want end eliminate you think cola. So is there any Interest in writing anything outside of the genre. I've i've started on a a young adult Detective story and I'm very happy with that so far. Yeah and that's It's it's dark so there is some sort of a a supernatural element but it's not all over And i'm also loo towards doing some sort of Memoir type saying about my dad. I might do a collection of short stories about my dad. That might be something that i do it within the next few years will that would be nice. I when you said memoir I started stopped myself for a second. But i thought how do you do a memoir for somebody else because memoir should be your memories. But it's about your memories of your father eight. It's not like his former exactly because that would be. I'm writing a memoir for somebody else. I manning when when when he when he passed away i found all of these volumes of his journals from the sixties and i have yet to read them but before. A start on his memoir. I'm going to go through all of them. There's maybe five or six volumes of of Dope books that he cap the sort of know him as a younger man because obviously i've only known his dad. I didn't know him. During his allergies in the sixties also like knowing him like that and then sort of bringing that perspective. Into the memoir. I think will be a lot of fun. Maybe i i would. I could see why you haven't read. You know i. I i can imagine why you haven't read them. I shouldn't say. I don't know you. But i i know why i would just basically fear of The emotional situation just reading them in going through that might put me through I've had similar loss. You know in my life and I've been reluctant to kind of dig into those Boxes that a left behind sometimes I love them. I really tempted to. I'm really curious to. But i know it's going to lock me up in a few days of crying and really deep introspection and i'm not ready for that yet. So maybe tomorrow. I do the same thing i. I've been the same way like i've had them. I've had them now. He passed away in search about years. Almonte haven't opened them. I can't bring myself to opening them yet. there's two stories that i've written about him. One is in my first collection. One is in the second collection and both of those stories. Rack me every time. I read them. it's very difficult. It's very very difficult for me. Still what. I wouldn't be surprised if a goal for me for the remainder of the years that i have so maybe i'm being optimistic and saying like oh in a couple of years. Maybe i'll work on that memoir. But i know it's going to be very difficult. You're saying. Yeah no. I've been writing a book queers and a lot to a point where i can't get. I can't continue writing. Because every time i try ended up in one of those Convicted where i'm just you know Get myself all depressing in worked up in in an emotional state. So it's very difficult. I know i know that for fact have been there But i wish a lot of luck with it now and i hope it It does what you what you want us to do. And then basically. I think that would probably be to honor his memory and sophie. If you can do that and feel successful about it. Maybe that's a way to really you know might be a great way to to finally mourn and move on and move past it. I don't know you know who knows. I'm no psychologist or anything like that. But with that said you know all the emotional take on it when you writing hard as it approaches psyche in any way. 'cause i to me it would seem like it would some kind of psychic scars somewhere. Somehow i think it. It's only made me I think writing horror has really made me more intuitive with people. I think i understand people a lot more than i did not headway. You know.
"six volumes" Discussed on The Daily Grind
"It comes in six volumes for currently in volume number one as we are still at the beginning of the year you ever use that. Logos Bible software have used maybe twice. I don't actually have on my computer. I use it every day. I like you're trying to get a free from me but I never used the Bible now. I like I like the Software. It does help with studying in references. I use it for school as well. So today's April fifteenth the title of the message. For Today on scourges book is the parable of the Solar. The first text. We're going to be looking at this clock in chapter.
"six volumes" Discussed on WTOP
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"six volumes" Discussed on WTOP
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"six volumes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And those nine pages George are simply a skeletal outline from the sixteen volume about UFO's. And I a sees that you, and I and others in Bob Lazar and on and on have heard about the sixteen volumes that have been accumulated invite today, they may be fifty six volumes. Give this. How do we know they're ET's? We we know they're aliens. They they looked like aliens the reports from witnesses and their appearances vary from encounter to encounter. We know that they have craft that we can't duplicate. They have materials that we can't duplicate their there others. But are we sure that they're ET's get in this context because you know, the the people that that I have worked with and interviewed and sources of head over the years. They call them aliens. It's almost like a placeholder name the assumption being that they're ET's because they don't really have an explanation. Well in my. Second book. My first book was an alien harvest about all of my work in animal mutilations, and then the next book, a two volume book limps of other realities volume one, Saxon, I witnesses followed by glimpses volume too, high strangeness I did a taxonomy largely in color from illustrations that I had gathered from people in the human abduction syndrome about their often conscious of face to face with non humans and also they're unconscious or objections and then memories in dreams, and it's many many pages in my book. Glimpses volume one that show various types and that book came out in nineteen ninety four and so between nineteen seventy nine when I started a strange harvest the documentary. On the animal mutilations and nineteen ninety four. I had moved to human objections as added to the animal mutilations and had been collecting all of this material. And by then by nineteen ninety four it was becoming clear to me that we were largely dealing with Android. Clones were robots a robot? Technically is made out of inorganic matter an Android is organic both do robotic chores for something that I would call a prime intelligence, and that I began with that book and then evolving today to try to understand what the relationship would be between prime intelligence is who have time with each other who can then manufacture androids. Clones, robots a menagerie. From organic or self activating software that would fall into a category extremely advanced materials that would be used on not just our planet, but maybe many planets throughout the Milky Way. Galaxy so that the prime intelligence does not have to do the traveling, and we are already at that intersection where we are beginning to build a I to have conversations with humans and to do scientific work. And that's us imagine if you have a thousand years on us and many assessments that I have seen in documents in a few people that I've talked to say that some of the technologies that we have recovered or they have been placed in our hands on purpose of like Trojan horse actions to put humans on path of certain technology. Evolution that, they estimate is that at least some of the intelligence is interacting with earth have technologies at least a thousand years beyond us. And if all of that is true, then the idea that what we are dealing with most of the time. Whether it's in crafts that are doing ninety degree turns ten thousand miles an hour or something else that is interacting with human the human thinks that it's dealing with something biological, but certainly not human then you had that range of categories. These would be made for specific work on this planet in this gravity in this atmosphere, and they would fall into the categories of androids biological robots. Clones a whole different category. Clones are done ical organic duplication. And then the robot which could be self activating software of a very advanced nature that might be useful on the moon and other places beyond earth. So now the issue is precisely are the prime intelligences that would make these menagerie of Android. Clones. And robots? And that's where you get to that often cited division of humanoids tall or. With hair or without hair, but humanoid sort of human looking, and then something that is in a rep Gillian category and something that is in the so-called even category of gray skin. And there are other things. Insects might be one of the more important categories that we know very little about the the Ronald Reagan racing at Camp, David which was released about think it was two thousand and seven in the big huge Sega of alleged official or unofficial DIA CIA NSA of content about UFO's ET's on the web that one of the documents was an alleged transcript of William Casey appointed. By Ronald Reagan to be the director of CIA when Reagan took office January twentieth of nineteen eighty one and the transcript is dated March six eight nineteen eighty one at Camp David and the entire transcript is Casey within essays CIA DIA possibly NRO analysts there to give a briefing to President Reagan about five different types of extraterrestrial, biological entities. And as Casey and the briefers breakdown these five in this transcript, the top of the list of five are the evens, and they are described to Reagan being extra terrestrial biological entities. From Seda reticulation wanted to. That have the ability to manufacture genetically manipulate clone. And every other way of creating. Very various types of life forms that they want by hybridization mixing.
"six volumes" Discussed on 600 WREC
"On ground zero. Go ahead. Yes. Hi, sir. Hi, you mentioned eleven nineteen and I tried to pull a couple books off my library to chill out over the weekend. And one was breeding aquarium fishes and the other one happened to be the crusade, a sixty six volume, and I'm looking at the genealogy of the ruling families, the Mike estates of Syria and this pre pre pre crusade, and when you get through it, it just it seems as though we're almost backtracking in history rights to these times. Yeah. No to reiterate what you said about what forces lie underneath that are pulling up this kind of a Byzantine era type of thing. And that's the thing is I see a number of people on my Facebook page saying none of these guys declared themselves Christians. No, they didn't. But what they're doing is. They're calling themselves a rebranded version of the knights Templar, which was a Christian enforcement sect a medieval times, right? And that's the point. And there'll be people that come out. There's this. Speiser amongst where they need to be this guy. This this canonical Hyun. He he was he was known to sing these praises and defend God's heritage. Then he was one of the architects of the sacking of Constantinople's. I all the people who say that ISIS is a Muslim group. They're not they're not even Muslim. They're they're they're they don't even adhere to Islam. They adhere to a form of Islam that isn't Islam. They are part of some satanic operation that claim to do this in the name of Islam. And that's the problem is that the these groups are these military cells that are being used to carry out terror activities, and they brand themselves as either Templars or something else. And we're led to believe that they're doing this as an act of God fighting another God. And it's not it's all about it's about military interest. It's about laws being changes. It's about exploiting that. Being rewritten. Chris ageism military off we're kind of a failure. Christianity lost Reuss one. Right. I mean with the Turks were the ones that defeated the Byzantine kingdom..
"six volumes" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
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"six volumes" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Welcome to gas one. We hope you'll support our sponsors who bring you these podcasts. Absolutely free with limited interruptions, and of course, we appreciate you listening to this show, which started in just a second. It's one thousand nine hundred three Eddie truck has been the voice for bands of rock hard rock and heavy. Metal a bestselling author host of TV's that metal shell and seven national radio shows, including trunk nation daily on Sirius XM interesting Eddie offers the world is news, making interviews passionate analysis, honest commentary and who knows what else. So welcome to the any trunk podcast. Welcome. Everybody to another edition of the Trump on cast, which is new every Thursday, podcast one dot com. I tunes and welcome to the first podcast of twenty nineteen hope. Everybody had a healthy happy. Great New Year's celebration. Great holidays across the board. And here we are now. Right into it for a brand new year of Eddie trunk podcasts and a whole lot more. All my other stuff, still cooking and up and running already for a new year, including my daily radio show on Sirius XM one oh six volume where the interviews on the podcast you hear originate from. And of course, that show is on Monday through Friday live to four PM eastern time on channel one oh six volume on Sirius XM it's called trunk nation. It's nothing, but rock, talk and news, and it replays every night nine to eleven pm eastern. And it's always on demand. Anytime you want to on the Sirius XM app as always tell you. We take one. Or two interviews from a whole week of stuff that I do on that show and bring them to you a week or two after they originally air live and happened live on my volume show here on the podcast another. There's a lot of people that probably got Sirius XM is a gift for the holidays. So maybe you're a new subscriber. If you are please join me every day to talk rock on volume channel one oh six for trunk nation. We have great interview for you coming up in a minute. I like I said holidays now behind us new year is here, and I'm going.