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Fresh update on "stephen" discussed on Popcast

Popcast

00:31 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "stephen" discussed on Popcast

"Songs on Broadway today were either encouraged or specifically helped along the way by being given jobs as say a rehearsal pianist or a dance arranger by Sondheim either on his shows or recommending them to other shows. And then just you can't underestimate what it means to get an answering machine message or a letter from Stephen Sondheim saying that was great. You're doing the kind of thing that makes me want to keep writing when you're 25. That's an amazing thing. And we've been seeing on Twitter all week, just hundreds of these testimonials to what such letters and messages meant to so many people. Stylistically, I'm not sure I hear much anymore. I felt like it was bigger in the 90s and maybe early years. And I think in the past decade, it has kind of moved away a bit. It doesn't have to be in the same musical style. It's the approach. Okay, well, right. I guess I was referring more specifically to musical style. I don't think he'd even want his particular musical language to be the one that these younger people are working with. Well, I don't think anybody wants to be imitated necessarily, but it's just going to happen. Well, it's too hard to imitate sometime. I think in a very inadvertently may have created a few monsters because the imitators are just awful. Absolutely awful. When it's bad, want to be somebody, it's just, oh my God, it's really like it's nails on a blackboard for me. Okay, so if we are going to close out with a philosophically simpatico but not nails on blackboard, new or newish composer, who should we go out with and what should we hear? I think the most sound behind the show in what we might call the post on time years, which is not to say since his death, but let's say in the last decade or so is grey gardens by Scott frankel and Michael corria as I mentioned. And I know for a fact that sometime adored two of the great songs in that show want a ballad and one a charm number, the ballot is called will you and the charm numbers called the revolutionary costume for today. And they're both quite brilliant and very much in this mode, although they don't musically recall him. But it's in the cleverness, the seriousness, the psychological layering, the attention to how to use rhyme to underline meaning and not just to tickle the ear for no reason. All of those things are present in that show and in particular in those songs. That's my go. Sounds good. That sounds good until you hear it. Yeah. Oh. Wow. Well, I didn't know that we were going to I didn't know that we were going to end on gunfire, but okay. That was our show. Thankfully, we are remote. So Jesse and Elizabeth are in different rooms in different cities, so they don't have to. That's the best part. The best part is having spirited arguments about music. Otherwise music is dead. Yeah, so but I'm glad because I would still like to have both of you survived this episode. So I appreciate thank you, Elizabeth. Thank you, Jessie. Listen to every podcast ever and why times dot com slash pop gas. Get on Facebook group, get in the Discord, email me, podcasts and what time dot com. Subscribe anywhere you get your audio that's Spotify, Apple, stitcher, our producers, Pedro rosa from headset media. We'll be back next week. This is the revolutionary.

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Fresh update on "stephen" discussed on Popcast

Popcast

01:23 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "stephen" discussed on Popcast

"To the point. He just couldn't ignore how brilliant it was. What is a hit in the context of musical theater? Do you mean a hit in the sense of it got played on the radio? It was on the billboard charts, what constitutes a musical theater song being a hit in the early 1970s? It's a hid when Barbra Streisand and Christopher clan cover you. That's when you hit. Sinatra and Judy Collins. Yeah. It was covered a lot. This was how it all used to work. I mean, before this balloon popped, most of the crooners and singers of the earlier era got their material. I mean, I'm not talking about the singer songwriter generation. But the sinatras and the Judy garlands and people like that, they got their material from Broadway. And the publishers, the music publishers would get it to them and before the show was even out. And they would make a hit out of the song cabaret before it ever opened. This is what I was talking about earlier when I was talking about that the headline and I was dumb it was because he did not bring the musical theater to the mainstream because the musical theater was the mainstream, as Jesse just said, Sinatra and all those guys really going to learn who were of course the stars of their time were getting their material from musical theaters. So that was the mainstream and the back and forth between the two was constant. And that sees, I would say, in the late 60s, very early 70s, that's it. I can time it. It was 69. 69. Well, according to John candor of candor and ebb, who has a good reason to know it happened between 68 and 69. That's the peak of that is the hair. Cast album that 68 and the number one hit songs from that were done by the 5th dimension. You know, so that's where the songs are coming from. And then after that, it kind of stops. But never again. That was it. That was the end of it. I think there's been two or three songs from Broadway that have charted since then. This is really making me think some Broadway producer needs to feed a song to Billie Eilish. That's all I'm saying. Are they? Believe me, they tried. But it's just the worlds are so divergent now that there's no bridge. There's nothing to cross. You can't get over. Should we listen to the Sinatra version of sending the cloud since it's, I guess it's sort of the canonical one kind of Scooby, Scooby-Doo, do it. You know, he would his breezy new lyrics. It's great. All right,.

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Fresh update on "stephen" discussed on Popcast

Popcast

01:11 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "stephen" discussed on Popcast

"Mind this is a show where he is deliberately stringing out for your pleasure and horror pastiches or satires almost of every great song form of the golden age and all of the great composers of the golden age. So here comes the Gershwin number. That's losing my mind. Here comes the Rogers number and here comes the current number. But the thing is that he uses these not only to be lovely examples of their form, but to kind of deconstruct the understandings that were part of the psychology of those songs in the first place and used them to tell the story of the characters who sing them not randomly as they might in some 30 show. But as an expression of the dramatic situation they're in. So he's doing two things simultaneously so he's doing kind of like a meta historical lesson on what had come before him and then he's using them those touch points to serve his own dramatic purpose, correct? That's very well said for a newcomer. That is exactly it. Phenomenal, great. The new co chief theater critic in The New York Times. I wouldn't go that far. Let me ask this, though, because I'm wondering in this moment in 1970 71, obviously Sondheim has been putting on shows for many years prior to that, how has his reception, whether it's critical reception, fan reception, professional sphere reception? Is there any pushback to the innovations that he's introducing? Is he widely hailed? What's the energy around him from the end of the 60s coming into the 70s? He is not widely held. He's considered a minor melodist on hummable was what was constantly being thrown at him and an overly clever and cold lyricist. And basically a young pest. I would say, I mean, it's better than when he wrote the lyrics for west side story. He was not mentioned at all in any refused. So I guess it's an improvement. But there was a long time before people I would say before he taught people how to hear him. I think also what's important is the general context also not just of musical theater at the time, but like the pop landscape at the time, because there's been obviously a gazillion articles about him recently and there was one on a reputable website, not hours. Are there other reputable websites besides that? I know, well, if Philly reputable, but it was settled how the iconic composer helped bring musical theater to the mainstream. And I was like, wow, could you get this anymore wrong? When he was growing up, the musical theater was the mainstream. When he was really at the peak of his power, the musical theater was leaving the mainstream. I mean, the last cast album to be number one on the Bilbo chart was like hair in 60 8 9. And don't ask done that since. Not even Hamilton. So he's rise coincides with the decline of the influence of musical theater on the mainstream, where it becomes its own thing, and that to me is like a very it's a very interesting thing. It's a chicken and egg. Is he contributing with this kind of quote unquote and hummable lyrics to this kind of ghettoization of musical theater, or is it kind of like caught in something that's happening anyway? Right. So basically is he the one who's kind of deflating the balloon or is he in a sense benefiting from the fact that the balloon is already deflating because it frees him up to do it his own way. Yeah, I mean, there's like a lot of questions happening because it's all happening. I would say in the early 70s and I'm really not sure. I mean, it's something that it's really interesting to think about. Is he helping precipitate the deflating of the balloon? Is he being freed by it? Would the balloon deflate with or without him? And the fact that he's his string of great shows coincide exactly with that moment, and then what's weird when the weird kind of exciting to me to think about? In a more like general picture, is that in the past 15, 20 years, so musical theater comes back into some kind of fashion sort of and I really think Lee was huge for that. Actually, the TV show glee is shown to the wood is produced all the time in high school and colleges in a kind of truncated version, but anyway, so but regardless, that means that you have a lot of teenagers who adore him. And if you go to like the Broadway con or theater, you see a lot of young kids who are really into sometime and that kind of boggles the mind a little bit, but it's great. Like sometime in newsies, who knew the question they came to mind, Elizabeth, when we're thinking through what was happening in those years, look, if Sondheim was being dismissed as on hummable or, you know, he was not making these kind of big shows that were happening in the 60s that had mainstream appeal was nobody else also making shows like that in the early 70s, like was Sondheim like the indie guy up against like big Broadway or was the balloon deflating all across the great white way. I think he's kind of the indie guy against the major level dinosaurs. I don't know if that's hindsight, but I think that feels kind of like an accurate perception, because I mean, he has some hits, but a lot of them tank, too, and he's really perceived as Jesse was saying earlier is perceived as a bit of a brainiac who's a little full of himself. And very pleased with his own smarts. My kind of guy. Sounds great. And also, as in New Yorker, I think it's important to say. He was sort of the inside thing like, you know, in that era going to Elaine's or something like that. Or there we mentioned Woody Allen. I mean, he had that kind of cachet, although he was on Broadway 5 times in ten years, even if only one of those shows ever returned to profit. Maybe two of them did. But there wasn't a lot going on on Broadway by then except him because the whole thing had fallen apart. Okay, so then again, a basic question. So we're talking about these golden era sound. Like what we think of now as golden era, but you're telling me in their day, they're kind of like a little like, they're received a little coldly, little isolate. Well, until he broke them down. Yeah. Okay, so when did that happen? When did popular opinion, et cetera did everybody decide, okay, sometimes actually a genius. Did that happen in the 70s or did that not happen until historians and critics really got to build up some evidence over years and years and years? Well, I think it happened in the 70s. I think a little night music was something that a lot of people could enjoy without feeling like they needed special knowledge. It was delicious music that didn't take special expertise to understand at the time. And I think that was a big change. And then, by the time you get to Sweeney Todd, he had just basically battered everyone down.

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Fresh update on "stephen" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "stephen" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Gets set to be grilled by Congress We'll talk live with CNET's Ian Cher at ten 40 a.m. At ten 31 Happening right now President Biden is speaking to his Russian counterpart as tensions increase over Russian aggression towards Ukraine The White House says the secure video conference will have the president expressing his concerns with Russia's posture This is the moment for Russia to pull back their military buildup at the border Beyond the possibility of new sanctions coordinated with Europe The White House isn't explaining what the president might do if Vladimir Putin should invade Ukraine I asked press secretary Jen Psaki whether the presidencies Ukraine's territorial integrity as a vital U.S. national security interest I think you're asking this in sort of you want a yes or no answer and I would say foreign policies a little more nuanced than that Stephen portnoy CBS News The White House If Putin still wants to invade Ukraine after his conversation with President Biden he's being reminded it won't be so easy this time around Ukraine doesn't have the ability to defeat Russia So you just have to assume that Russia will prevail But former U.S. special representative for Ukraine negotiations and former ambassador to NATO Kirk Volker says the Russian military would pay a much higher cost It would be a much bloodier exercise for Russia this time That conflict according to Volker could leave Vladimir Putin presumably not very popular in Russia Volker believes Russians will be asking Why are my sons daughters fighting in Ukraine Why are we killing Ukrainians There are brothers It doesn't quite make sense JJ green WTO P news China is accusing the United States of violating the Olympic spirit after announcing an American diplomatic boycott of February's Winter Olympics in Beijing A Chinese spokesman says the U.S. is doing it out of ideological prejudice based on lies in rumors The White House says the athletes will compete but China's lack of support for human rights means the U.S. can't contribute to the fanfare surrounding the games China says the U.S. is trying to interfere in its internal affairs President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden marked the 80th anniversary of the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor this morning with an early visit to the World War II memorial right here in Washington The president touched a wreath at the memorial and saluted the First Lady laid a bouquet honoring her father a navy signal man in the war The December 7th 1941 Attack on Pearl Harbor and other locations in Hawaii killed more than 2400 service members and civilians It was a defining moment leading to U.S. entry into the war Just ahead here former senator Bob Dole will be lying in state at the U.S. capitol this week It's ten 34 When buying and selling a.

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Shippers prepare for another pandemic crush of holiday gifts

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Shippers prepare for another pandemic crush of holiday gifts

"The US postal service is gearing up for another holiday question says this year it's ready last year's holiday season was far from the most wonderful time of the year for the US postal service we weren't prepared for that this year we know what to expect Stephen Dharti spokesman for the U. S. B. F. says they're hiring forty thousand workers and have extra mail facilities and sorting machines now there is no time for us like Christmas the holidays it's it's our season we've we've done it now for two hundred forty five years we're ready for this year UBS fed ex also say they're hiring workers overall nearly three point four billion parcels are expected to criss cross the country this holiday season according to ship matrix I'm Julie Walker

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Musical theater legend Stephen Sondheim dies at 91

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Musical theater legend Stephen Sondheim dies at 91

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting towering musical theater master Stephen Sondheim has died I comic songwriter Stephen Sondheim a giant in American musical theater has died attorney Rick Pappas told The New York Times Sondheim died Friday at his home in Roxbury Connecticut he was ninety one Sondheim who was taught by the legendary Oscar Hammerstein wrote the lyrics for nineteen fifties American stage classics West Side Story and gypsy early in his career six of Sondheim's musicals won Tony awards for best score he received the Pulitzer Prize for something in the park an academy award for the song sooner or later from the film Dick Tracy five Olivier awards and the presidential medal of honor hi

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Stephen Curry's Warriors get past Seth Curry's 76ers, 116-96

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Stephen Curry's Warriors get past Seth Curry's 76ers, 116-96

"The warriors had a thirty nine point swing as they trailed the seventy Sixers by nineteen points in the first half but got it going after halftime and go on to win by twenty points one sixteen ninety six Stephan curry had game highs with twenty five points and ten assists with the switching got stops made in take tough shots especially second half internet in offense and unlock the game for so you know pretty impressive just energy known let that happen now after the first quarter curry made six of eleven three pointers Andrew Wiggins had nineteen for Golden State which has won five in a row Steph's younger brother Seth curry led Philly with twenty four points rhyming on San Francisco

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Musician Jon Batiste leads Grammy Award nominations with 11

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Musician Jon Batiste leads Grammy Award nominations with 11

"A big surprise at the Grammy nominations a new vision who is most known for his work on late night television is the headline of this year's Grammy nominations John Baptiste who's my job is that of bandleader for the late show with Stephen Colbert right now his main gig is the man with the most Grammy nods going into next year's ceremony the Oscar winner came out with eleven nominations including album of the year for we are along with a record of the year for freedom we'll find out just how many of those knobs but peace will cash in on the ground as I handed out January thirty first of next year I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes Resign From Fox News

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes Resign From Fox News

"Know there's a conservative crack up going on inside the beltway as Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes have departed from Fox News. There's a story at the American spectator about addition by subtraction at Fox News with which I disagree. Molly Hemingway quotes from it approvingly. Molly is a good friend as his mark. Byron York works with both Jonah and Steven Jonah longtime friend of the show, Stephen a's used to be. He drops a nuclear bomb on my head a couple of years ago that I didn't see coming, but I don't know what that's all about. Byron York works with everybody and apparently amicably like I try to do as I quote tamale Lincoln's first inaugural. We are not enemies. We must not be enemies, but friends, Byron, what is going on? Well, good morning you. My official position in all of this is that I wish everyone well. Yeah, you and I pretty much adopt the same view on beltway, penda tree. Yeah, well, what can I say? You're a Fox News contributor. Do you have a conflict? I don't want to put you in a bad spot. No, I am a Fox News contributor. I have been since 2006. And I've been happy to be Fox News. So I think that that's my story right there. And by the way, I am an NBC News contributor though I've been exiled and they're about to breach my deal. I don't know why, but I've been exiled. So who knows what's going on inside of network executives trying to figure out their audiences? I think this all comes down to trying to find your audience and keep them happy. Well, I mean, there's always been this a lot of commentary about thoughts about having almost being like the old broadcast entertainment networks. In the sense that they had the news division and then they had entertainment programming. So people said, well, the prime time program on Fox is kind of like the entertainment programming and the special report and approximately Sunday in the whole daytime, really are all about the news division. I think that's unfair because a lot of news is made during prime time on Fox. But clearly it's opinion driven and clearly Steve and Jonah became increasingly uncomfortable with the prime time programming. So I am not sure what to say beyond

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The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

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Stephen Curry scores 40 points as Warriors beat Bulls 119-93

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Stephen Curry scores 40 points as Warriors beat Bulls 119-93

"The warriors domination continues as they beat the bulls won nineteen ninety three improved to an NBA best eleven and one on the season Stephan curry with a game high forty points right away like that for a games like it's hard to stay locked in you know with the routine kind of monotony of every other day here where you doing the same thing so it is it was it was it was really impressive for me nine three pointers and past ray Allen on the all time was for threes including the playoffs Andrew Wiggins added fifteen points for Golden State which has won seven in a row the bulls were without a clue to rich who tested positive for coated Zach lavine's scored twenty three and the Martin Rosen added eighteen and the loss Riley on San Francisco

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Flyers rally in 3rd period to beat Hurricanes 2-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Flyers rally in 3rd period to beat Hurricanes 2-1

"Joel Farabee and Zack McEwen scored in the third period to send the flyers past the hurricanes two to one we can always call was his first in ten games a season former hurricane Patrick brown assisted on the game winner Carter Hart turned back thirty nine shots and blanked Carolina after Stephen Lawrence B. to midway through the second I'm just trying to do my job and just stop oxen and have fun let's party and I think that if the boys are doing a great job of keeping the guys to the outside and limiting second chances Philly took fifteen shots in the final period after mustering just thirteen to forty minutes canes netminder Frederik Andersen made twenty six saves the hurricanes fell to ten into overall five and one at home the flyers are seven three into I'm the ferry

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House Jan. 6 panel subpoenas 10 former White House aides

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

House Jan. 6 panel subpoenas 10 former White House aides

"House investigators have issued ten more subpoenas closer to Donald trump's inner circle as they investigate the deadly January sixth capital insurrection another batch of subpoenas has gone out seeking documents and testimony from key insiders like trump's press secretary Kaylee mac Anne and his senior policy adviser Stephen Miller the panel alleges Miller helped spread false information about alleged voter fraud and that McEntee was with trump as he watched the insurrection unfold and spoke that morning at a rally lawmakers are working to find out more about what trump is doing and saying as his supporters violently stormed the U. S. capitol the panel's now issued more than thirty subpoenas and has interviewed over one hundred fifty witnesses Jackie Quinn Washington

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Is There Really a Climate Emergency?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:23 min | Last month

Is There Really a Climate Emergency?

"Doctor coon in professor coudin, science adviser kunin Stephen, welcome to the Dennis prager show. Thank you very much, Dennis. And it's just Steve. As you say, I'm kind of modest and unpretentious actually. I'm well aware of that was I write about being a provost of CalTech? I was for 9 years provost and altogether, I was 30 years of professor there. But of course the people who differ with you with me and so many others will say, oh, we don't follow the science. It's quite an attack to make on you. I agree. Particularly since everything I say in the video or have written in the book, is right out of the official UN or U.S. government reports. So I'd love to have a discussion with them about who's denying what science. Oh, God, would that be awesome? We would put up serious prayer you would put up serious money to have someone equally prominent to you on the other side. Who is the guy there is truly no, not Michael, man, I know. I know he's the guy at the Canadian university. That doesn't work. Yeah. He's in Pennsylvania. Okay, no, no, no. Forgive me, there is a guy who writes mcgibbon, mcgibbon, that's it. Are you familiar with mcgibbon? Yeah, mckibben. Yeah. He's not a scientist, really? Oh, good point. Less than man. So let me tell you, I was at MIT last week in a meeting open to the whole MIT community. It will try to share the stage with a prominent MIT faculty member who is an expert. And we had a discussion. It was very good for 20 minutes for 20 minutes and then we talked. He didn't challenge anything I said in the science. But the discussion focused on risk aversion and improbable but high impact events and so on. And that's not the science. It's how you interpret what you do about it. But, you know, anything I wrote was not challenged at all.

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:02 min | Last month

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

04:58 min | Last month

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Looked for this. You can go back and re listen to our our thoughts on the queer rapin later. I think it was phenomenal. There's no contest here because buick eight was in some ways a warm up for books later you know. A key he grew from his writing is experience. In some ways. I think make later A really solid example of why people who say that king peaked in the eighties are super wrong. Just incredibly incorrect. And you can take that to them. Thank walter bang bang bang. He wants to bite more. Let him even if it draws a little blood. let's give walter taste free flash. The blood is full. The iron that you need so bad. I don't have to give supplements anymore my god. I'm of mine source so pause here This is threatening steve I'm going to say each of these jokes and phoenix. You're going to tell me if they're in good enough taste to keep it. Says this is dr sleep versus the institute in round three child endangerment or objection junction. Okay the pinnacle problematic. Whichever joke those all make it in if not. I'll just bleep them. If editing steve is like i don't know about that favorites. The first yeah. That one's pretty good all right. Listen jokes aside. These books that deal with some heavy heavy heavy stuff. They're also kind of their different looks. The same modern fears about once a month. Think of children's stephen king's officially gotten old enough to start thinking that way. He's seen generations. Grow and learn and be influenced by the world and they're both kind of about that in some interesting ways. The institute was released. You need to know this. After and written during a crisis in america where thousands and thousands of children from other countries were interred in low quality horrible prisons and concentration camps at the united states in mexican. Border like that deals with that topic. It's a much. It's a much more timely book for me than doctors sleep. Dr sleep is contemplative. The institute feels urgent..

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:35 min | Last month

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

04:18 min | Last month

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Hits the ground unceremoniously I would have made a better true crime writer i think. Yeah but yeah so. I actually think that because of this tone success Our piece does not pale in comparison to the others. In this book i agree. I know it's going to sound like ego but it really does feel like an equal part of this collection. And i'm over the fucking moon about that. I cannot tell you how much That makes me feel good Yeah we put a lot of time and effort into it. And i hope that people will seek it out because i think it's a good s. I think it kinda rule if you like how we talk about people of color and women of color and how they are sometimes exploited and literature than. You're going to like this because we do that a lot. Speaking of which the next in this collection is called. Cujo the black man and the story of patty hearst by sarah nelson so something that i noticed about this collection of mentioned a few times. There's a lot of license to get into very specific aspect of each film to ours was really focused on the process of adapting. This essay was way into stephen king's interests and obsessions while writing. Cujo and i think it's really really cool and while done I don't have a great quote further. That but the confluence of stephen king interviews. Really bring the argument together. Because she's able to kind of put these out there things into the world and say and then here's stephen king talking about it and i really love that method. I liked that method to There's a couple of cool conclusions and links in this essay. Which just gives to show that you can talk about. Stephen king's work for thousands of people for hours and hours and hours. And there's gonna be stuff that you never would have considered the The one that stuck out for me was lincoln. Cujo and randall. Flagg thematically Which i'm not going to explain here because it took a bit of a of red wine on board to get there but it worked. And i was like hell fucking yes. That's amazing and of course i had heard the bambi to cujo line before about how violence against animals acts in these books. But what i hadn't heard is about this team of threatened masculinity in cujo idea that we have cheating wife right and cujo is like the weird masculine revenge on the cheating. Wife care like i It's funny how we talk a lot about. We have a whole section about animals in our show sometimes and this book. This essay comes right out swinging. It explains in case you haven't heard animal. Deaths hit so hard because peop- polls relationship people psychological relationship to animals acknowledges that we are also animals and then that brings up the sense of mortality. That is sometimes art equal to the deaths of human characters and having that just spelled right.

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:55 min | Last month

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Content warning we are literally discussing the concept of violence the entire episode so listener discretion is advised. I'm steven anderson now. And i'm phoenix crockett. And today. we're discussing violence in the films of stephen king. Which is a collection of essays edited by tony destroy and michael balloon and including an essay by the two of us. That's that's our plan for today. We're going to do the first seven and a fourteen again after by the book to get the low down on the other seven. Yeah we don't want to give we don't want to give away too much. I give away everything. You wanted to tease. Give them give them a little pullback. Give him a pullback. You know. Leave them wanting more this. That's my podcasting philosophy. This is in these stephen king boop cannon the earliest recorded ever episode seven thirty in the morning on a sunday because that's when schedules worked out so good morning. Good morning vietnam. I'm drinking my coffee. Live on the air. And you're going to hear me like putting shit down and i'll give you one my my safaniah friends people who hate Mouth sounds. I'm going to give you a warning here i'm about to do a big old slurp to prove that i've got my coffee..

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Celtics' Enes Kanter Calls out Nike for Staying Silent on China

Mark Levin

01:57 min | Last month

Celtics' Enes Kanter Calls out Nike for Staying Silent on China

"Ennis Ennis Cantor NBA Boston Celtic centers you know This guy really is a breath of fresh air And I hope my buddy Stephen a Smith is giving him the compliments that he deserves Because I'm sure most of ESPN is not In the tank in the tank cut 14 this is again Ennis canter center for the Boston Celtics cut 14 go Your company says that you are making a positive impact in our communities And that is true Yes you are Here in the United States Nike stands with the Black Lives Matter Nike stands with stop aging paint Nike stands with the Latino community And Nike stands with the LGBTQ community And actually remains vocal about injustice here in America But when it comes to China like you remain silent you do not address post brutality in China You do not speak about discrimination against the LGBTQ community You do not say a word about oppression of minorities in China You are scared to speak up Who makes your shoes in China Do you even know There are so many forced labor factories in China For instance we will force labor A modern day slavery and it is happening right now in China Millions of uncles are currently detained sold and assigned to warm and forced labor camps Prisons and factories across the country They are under constant surveillance With long working hours and poor living conditions They are subject to political re-education They have no freedom of expression No freedom of religion And they are not even

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Andersen stops former team, streaking Hurricanes beat Leafs

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Andersen stops former team, streaking Hurricanes beat Leafs

"The Carolina hurricanes use a dominant second period in route to a four one win over the Toronto Maple Leafs going five in to start the season Toronto took the lead in the first period on an awesome Matthews wraparound goal the two hundred goal of his career in the second Sebastian aho Stephen the rents and Nino Niederreiter all scored to put Carolina up three to one before Andrei Svechnikov would add an empty netter in the third Lorenzo book about the team being bought in it's very hard to win in this league and I'm very fortunate that that I've been you know put into our system puzzle piece into the alternate you know the the big puzzle of being a championship team a contender year in year out Frederick Anderson made twenty four saves in net for the hurricane to get his former team Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina

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COVID-19 Has Many Hallmarks of Laboratory Modification

The Dan Bongino Show

02:09 min | Last month

COVID-19 Has Many Hallmarks of Laboratory Modification

"Understand we're talking to doctor Stephen I'll leave you in a couple of seconds I just got a couple more questions for you But regarding the laby hypothesis which now looks to be likely not just a hypothesis I was doing a lot of reading about this double CGG codon and this furin cleavage site and how these things although possible in nature certainly you know the absence of evidence so the evidence of absence doesn't mean the absolute absence of evidence doesn't mean the evidence of absence Could happen we haven't seen it yet This double CGG codon and this fear in cleavage site everything indicating that this was somehow man-made Can you comment on that and what is this fear in cleavage site do Why is it why does everybody keep writing about it Yeah So first let's just imagine because we're not together We can't draw pictures I'm a man So we've established that it has the three hallmarks of a lab acquired infection So then you go to the decision tree is it a natural virus that escaped or laboratory manipulated virus escaped The key to this virus having killed 5 million people and infected the entire planet is something called the fear and cleavage site That little ball that we know that's on top of the virus called the spike protein we're all familiar now with this little spiky thing sticking out of it It gets eclipsed by an enzyme by a scissors in your own cell that prepares the virus for entering the cell quickly And most viruses don't have this Most viruses well let me say another way in this book Most viruses clip their spike when they go into the cell So they have to do two things They have to attach to the cell get their spike clipped with an enzyme and then they can infect Because of this fear and cleavage site SARS CoV-2 breaths the cell after it's affected and comes out of the cell to go to new cells already cleaved So it's already done one of the two steps it needs Now it just needs to find a cell to bind to at this thing called the ACE2 And then it can immediately

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The Evidence for a God Is Piling up and It's Astonishing

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | Last month

The Evidence for a God Is Piling up and It's Astonishing

"Hey there folks I'm talking to doctor Hugh Rossi's with reasons to believe my new book is atheism dead in large part owes its existence to friends like heroes and John Lennox and James tour Stephen Meyer and many others. And I wrote it in part to introduce them to you, because the evidence that has been piling up in recent years and decades for a designer for a God is simply astonishing and we need to understand it is astonishing, you should look into it. You should familiarize yourself with it. It is just a wonderful time to be alive when all this stuff comes out. You mentioned that comets are 85% water and that they are replacing the water that naturally evaporates from earth, not much does, but what does is replaced by comets and you're saying it's roughly a one to one ratio? Roughly one to one and keep in mind where we get struck by a lot of miniature comets. So they don't do any damage to us. They come into the atmosphere. They break up and distribute the water quite evenly over the earth. And then we get the asteroids which deliver valuable metals to us. But you're typically taciturn about how amazing this is. I mean, the idea that we lose water, but whoops, it's replaced by these heavenly snowballs that come in at just about the rate we need them to. That just seems crazy. I mean, that's an amazing thing. I don't think I've ever really processed

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Lawyer: Items linked to Brian Laundrie found in Florida park

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Lawyer: Items linked to Brian Laundrie found in Florida park

"There's word of developments in the search for Bryan laundry who was reported missing on September fourteenth he's a person of interest in the killing of his girlfriend Gabby potato laundry family attorney Stephen bird Lino told the AP that items believed to belong to Brian laundry were found in a Florida wilderness park as the search continues for clues in the slaying of Gabby potato news reports showed numerous law enforcement vehicles arriving at tents set up inside the woods laundries parents took part in the search with the FBI and police from north port Florida today it's been more than a month since laundry was reported missing brit Lino told the AP that after a brief search off the trail that brain frequented some articles belonging to him were found the Sarasota county medical examiner's office confirmed they've been summoned to the reserve it wouldn't comment further the Tampa F. B. I. says that an FBI evidence response team is processing the scene I'm Jennifer king

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San Francisco In-N-Out temporarily shuts down for violating vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

San Francisco In-N-Out temporarily shuts down for violating vaccine mandate

"U. S. Supreme Court has declined to block a vaccine requirement imposed on main health care workers justice Stephen Bryer rejected the emergency appeal the court has previously rejected challenges a vaccine requirements for New York City teachers and Indiana university staff and students main will begin enforcing the mandate on October twenty ninth that requires hospital workers and nursing home workers to get vaccinated or risk losing their jobs a federal judge who rejected the first request to block the mandate said the record indicated that regular testing alone wasn't sufficient to stop the spread of the delta variant dozens of opted to quit the most healthcare workers have complied with the requirement the liberty counsel to file the lawsuit claims to be representing more than two thousand workers who don't want to be forced to be vaccinated Jennifer

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The Paradigm Shift From Science to Religion

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:23 min | Last month

The Paradigm Shift From Science to Religion

"Stephen, you believe, and I also believe that we're at a we can call it a tipping point a paradigm shifting inflection point in western culture where over the decades, the arguments for God have become so strong that with books like yours and others, there's a shift going on. Now, you're really, you're in a world where you talk to actual scientists, do you find that scientists are out there are quietly saying yes, this seems clear, the arguments in your book return of the God hypothesis are compelling. What do you, what do you hear out there in that world? Yeah, I do think there's a shift going on. I was very pleasantly surprised that some of the endorsements that came back from for the book from scientists to whom the publisher had sent it. And very prominent people and Nobel laureate, you mentioned professor Jim tour at rice university. It was one of the top organic chemists in the world and nano and nanotechnology specialist. We've had them. Scientists recently who's come to affiliate with our work at discovery Institutes with top paleontologists in the world who sometime between 2009 and 2016 had a big rethink of the materialistic Darwinian perspective that he had long held and embrace the theory of intelligent design and eventually publicly announced that he had become a theist and indeed even a Christian and be Gunther Beckley a great German paleontologist. Where is he in Germany? He was at the Stuttgart museum of natural history, the largest Natural History Museum of curator there. It was made somewhat unwelcome after he announced that he supported intelligent design. Well, does this get to the idea though that you still have it's just fascinating to me that there are people that say, no, no, no, you can't talk about that. I just find this fascinating because look, we saw this in Galileo's day, right? Galileo says, hey, I've got some evidence here. He was a Christian. Anybody who wants to talk about that in my book, he was a profound Christian. And he says, look, look at the telescope here, the evidence, and they said then, no, no, no, we can't talk about that. That's unseemly, that's preposterous. It's offensive, it's blasphemous. The same thing is happening today. A guy like gunter Beckley tremendous credentials, tremendous credibility in that world. The moment he seems to side with you or people who are theists, suddenly the German scientific world says we don't like you anymore. And also Wikipedia. He was a great paleontologist until he announced this, and then his page was erased. But, you know, I'm really undeterred by that because this thing is catching on worldwide. And it's a bit immodest but for people who wonder, go to my web page, look at the book endorsement. It's amazing the breadth of scientific the breadth of the scientific opinions that have been lodged in favor of this idea that science is pointing

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Why It's Worth Exploring 'The Big Bang'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | Last month

Why It's Worth Exploring 'The Big Bang'

"It's kind of funny, Steve. And I think we've talked about this privately, but in my book as atheism dead roughly have the same three things. And this was before I knew that you were putting it in this way. And the third one I put it differently, I kind of, you know, it's more about James tour and abiogenesis, but it's the same concept. And it's funny, though, that we're both logical or try to be. And these are three just astonishing arguments for God. There's just no way around it. And it's funny, I mean, I guess I'm glad to hear that you use these three because they struck me viscerally as the three arguments that I wanted to talk about. The Big Bang in some ways is a curious choice because I think a lot of people think, well, that's old hat. I don't think it is, at least, that's why I revisit it and I talk about it a little bit in that chapter. But why do you say the big why is it worth dealing with the Big Bang, something that presumably we've known about for a long time? Well, science and philosophy do intersect. And scientific discoveries can raise larger philosophical or worldview questions. In every world you have to answer the question, what is the thing or the entity or the process from which everything else came? And the default way of thinking about that from the late 19th century was that the universe is eternal and self existent that matter and energy play the role in a materialistic worldview that God plays in the theistic worldview. In other words, it's the thing from which everything else comes. And it's always been here, and therefore doesn't need an explanation. But one Princeton physicist Robert Dickey put it an infinitely old universe would relieve us of the need of explaining the origin of matter at any finite time in the past. But if the universe is finite, which is what all the evidence now points to. Then that raises a big question that materialism can't answer, which is where did the matter and the energy come from in the first place? At that beginning point. And this troubled Einstein, this troubled Arthur eddington, this troubled Fred hoyle, the great astrophysicist and physicist at the early part of the 20th century who were confronted with this evidence, all recognized that it posed a huge challenge to scientific materialism or scientific atheism or scientific naturalism, whatever you want to call it, the idea that matter and energy or the primary reality, not

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

04:12 min | 7 months ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"But fucking wikipedia pages on stephen king anything especially ones that don't have a movie or a travesty. Dorks get out there. I can't do it. I run a podcast. That's i've done my time. Wow i'm on lake. So i take the wikipedia. It was sparse. I checked the wikki. It was sparser. Yup it was worse. Oh my god you weren't kidding. Yeah it's because the vast majority of king fans are older and don't dude. Are you know which you know. I guess it's fair. I don't fucking do it either now. I'm on good. Reads trying to see if anyone mentioned. I'm ninety percent. Sure his name is bill. I'm the other thing before we just shoot ourselves. Further in the foot here is i. Actually the other day loves buttons. Omnia was that it also be. Yeah are you. Flew like helen. The principal character. Who you know in her story. You know the they intact. The story was her husband. He and she fled to a women's shelter. And it's this kind of slow realization. That ralph has at like oh. Helen is no longer going to be looking for men. And especially because there's that other character from the women's shelter. I can't remember her name either but there is some tricky bits in there were just like. Oh yeah. she's a lesbian and she's clearly like the man heating guy like that of noxious but it's just close enough you're sitting. You're the the thing that's hard about. Stephen king is that he doesn't he doesn't pull punches from his characters. If his character would think or say something problematic. Stephen king does not stop them from doing so as a writer which is tricky. Because then you you run into wall. Are you encouraging this behavior. Because it's coming from the protagonists etc etc. I also does a character in the dark tower. That is we need to gush about a bad guy random. So yes we we will talk about my fave and yours callahan. But i wanna talk real briefly about what i think is ultimately my king representation which is like a random tie. Heen like just dude who is killed in thirteen. Yeah is like just like a dude. He basically in work you know. He's kind of a different species doesn't he needs a marie. So here's a furry. I'm i'm talking about in absolute minute character. I don't think he has a name. It is a does this or are you talking about the one who's kind of gave for the night run school. Let me bring you there. Sorry okay i'll hush go on this journey with you. There is a random mook. I think he's unnamed. Don't know.

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:45 min | 7 months ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Is a dividing tactic. So let's talk about queer history in relationship to stephen king. I do wanna like make sure that we keep bringing it back to king yes. Stephen king has been writing long enough that the culture around queasiness has shifted dramatically like really really significantly over time and you can see it shakeout in his writing. Yeah starting with kerry kerry is an interesting book to me. Because i think there's a really you could read kerry white as queer varies oi. You could one hundred percent. A generous reader kerry can take some of the body. You focus in the writing. That king has that people often read as horny grossman thinking about naked high scores which is unfortunately not a read out of the realm of possibility gauge in the state of things. Yeah but carries obsession with her body and lack of understanding of what it does and interest in other young women's bodies reads as really really queer to those of us who were not thinking of cleaners has an option when we grew up. So i remember starting sports in high school and thinking that i just had an academic interest in other men. Would i would tell my friends like man like. Did you see that guys. But and they'd be like. I wasn't looking at his but and i was like. Yeah me neither i wouldn't. That's not where. I was looking at all Man you tie that to the religious extremism that tortures her and her outsider status and already aah kerry we get fertile fertile ground for a queer. Read mcqueen queer interest in stephen king. Yeah it ain't smooth sailing though. It is not I'm going to be very honest. Even my cat has been door driving. You seen so i'm running. I've been listening i've been. I've been running around the laser pointer to get her to. That's and so. I haven't had the chance to percolate my own thought. That's fine i again. I'm coming at this from more of a gender identity angle. Sure i've mentioned this to you. Before is that. I read fire-starter when i was probably a little bit young to read fire starter. Get rid of when. I was like ten or eleven. The i wasn't even thinking about trying to shit yet. Like like i was who. I was in my tiny little child body and i think i mentioned this. It's really not like a significant chunk of the book but it's the part like stuck out to me because at that time. Are you definitely main. Queer thing i had seen. My young huge was kinky boots. Amazing referring to for we continue forward. Oh i'm so sorry. So there's a scene in firestarter with one of the characters again like my memory of the is actually quite sparse. I believe the detectives or police officer characters appreciate he dies he puts on his wife's clothes and then shoves his hand down a garbage. This oh that's right. Yes so there is a some sort of shadowy government authority figure who is psychically influenced to commit suicide by.

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Most powerful faceoffs in history. Let's make them now first what I said, hi, I'll introduce you. Oh, okay. First we have Cam Collins co-creator of old gods of Appalachia podcast. Cam. How are you doing today? Great. How are you? I am doing well cam. What is your favorite Stephen King adaptation? Oh favorite adaptation. That is so hard. I mean pet cemetery is one that it's that's fantastic job, but I also really enjoyed the stand miniseries and I do mean the first Pet Sematary. I do not mean the the recent pet cemetery Inc. Assumed. Yeah. Yeah, you're just one only I think I think we've talked about it before and you've heard me rant about how much I didn't and rightfully so goddamn it came. Is there anything you'd like to say to your stalwarts contestant today? No, I'm not even get a job to have any bravado here because I you know, I've read a lot of Stephen King, but I didn't like bone up on on fun facts or anything like that at all so long Okay. Neither did Stephen it's true. Okay. Okay. So I feel like we maybe have a fairly evenly matched feel maybe three Tire podcast about Stephen King. So there's bath next. We have straight out of the Bethesda Maryland co-host of the Stephen King Boo Club, Steven. And rossano Steve's you are our reigning Champion. You are at the curly Catholic cutie the terror with a timer editing Steve. Do you have any advice for your competitor Phoenix? I just want to say this is we've recorded a lot of this podcast. This is by far the most manic energy you've ever brought to a recording. I feel like I'm watching a spiral out of control in real-time wage at the same time as recording this podcast. I am painting a nursery baking a souffle and learning to juggle. Yeah, I mean, I don't know I guess my advice can would be best of luck getting through this wild shindig that we've agreed to I have no idea. What's going to happen here today. Ladies and gentlemen, this is no idea. This is a phoenix Crockett production this morning. Yeah, and and you are you definitely you're definitely like more hectic but I've seen you so yeah interesting. My jaw was on the floor. I feel like I've been strapped into a mechanical bull and we're just going to see how long I can write this bad boy and folks I am that bowl with that. Let's explain. I mean, I know it's only noon, but have you been drinking because that's whether or not you've been drinking I can tell you from experience. Significantly influences the time you can hang on to the mechanic. Can this is coffee and donuts only. Okay. Well, I mean, I guess it's let's let's ride this bad boy. I'm going to start with the rules go for it with that. Let's explain how this game is going to work. I will be reading 10 questions in the first round and ten questions in the second round first ground questions are worth ten points second round questions increase in difficulty and they are worth 20 points the final question. The whole part of all is worth fifty points. You will write down your answer on a piece of paper and the 10 seconds allotted and then hold it up at the end. If you write nothing you win and lose no point wage or answer is one of the approved answers on my here list. Then you get the points if your answer is wrong you lose five points no matter the round. Are we clear I've had this nightmare. This is oh my God keeping track of the points. This guy right here. Okay, good. I'm like, thank you. Don't ask me to also keep track of points in my mind's eye Phoenix is wearing like a circus ringmaster outfit. He's got like a spiral color hat and the bullwhip. Yeah, the the home the winner gets eternal glory probably a spot in heaven. And of course a grab bag of skbc gear. Let's get playing. In round one. We're going to start with an easy question. Some would call it a warm-up. What was Stephen King's first feature novel carry and both people get it. Correct. That is 10 points for Cam. That is 10 a points for Stevens. No good. I'm warmed up into it. I'm glad this is the caliber of trivia. We're dealing with because I was ready to suggest. Okay. I'm ready to quit this ship for sure with the dog has joined the trivia competition ladies and gentlemen, so yeah, my dog has decided he has a lot to say about Stephen King's first novel. I'm so glad we come now to the second question. Don't think too hard about this one. Where did Stephen King go to college? Where did Stephen King go to college? I.

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"The Stephen King adaptation the Stephen King Easter eggs are as thus you get the twins from The Shining they show her home. Sure. I'm just oh my head down for these. Yep. The Overlook Hotel shows up the family including the dog from Cujo shows up. The car. Christine is a pole is a toy and toward the end. There's a Rita Hayworth picture not to mention the Pennywise theme theme park that shows up as kind of a big part in this adaptation and the portal that Jake's told to remember as his way back is titled and passworded 1408. You know, this is I just have to say it's my like least favorite kind of fan service where it's like we can list off a bunch of Stephen King things, but we don't give a flying my spark how they work in the universe or whether it matters. It's just like let's all celebrate the fact that these books exist. Please give me money for this bad adaptation. I did not I hate brainless fanservice. Yep. It's not the whole situation is not ideal. Yeah agreed wage. So Rumor Mill time. Yes, real-time remote sign there may or may not be more Dark Tower material coming from probably will be probably won't be he has said he'll never end the series and that really there's only nine hundred pages of Dark Tower overall. Yep. Is Dark Tower than there is of it, right? And and so he says there's not there's going to be more because he needs something to wrap up for the compilation novel that it should be he wants took a bunch of rewrites and it's like be a compilation novel with an ending. The rewrites will include a lot of stuff such as fixing the plot holes and writing himself out of the universe. Thank God he says and I quote there are too many King analogs here and man. Have we been talking about man? What yo they same age Grant you wisdom and they are right. It's only took him seventy-two years to come to the realization. Yeah, so I'm kind of excited for that. I'm hoping to see that we're going to have to do the Dark Tower rewrite as a episode because it's very very different. It was a whole Wikipedia page of just differences between the two books cannot bought it for now. We would like to thank Monica Chandler doing our posters Michaela Fishman for our graphic design Tony magistrala and Michael blue and our crack academic down towards This evening to have as a King foundation for I I just now lost it. I finally lost seem that Stephen Tabitha King foundation for their continued filmed them to feel the enthroned topic work. So one more time champ definitely King foundation for their continued. It work Bryant are mysterious archivist for keeping us abreast of really cool Stephen King stuff our patreon community all of you. We love you little kisses. I would like to thank you Phoenix my sweet Bible boy. I would like to thank you Stephen my curly Catholic cutie. And of course we would like to thank you dear listener for starting with us on a Dark Tower Journey. That's going to be a trip. We will see you next week with I believe our retrospective on the first episode we ever did we are revisiting Carrie. peace out sucker.

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"By Oakland and one three game sweep Indians, counting the nineteen ninety eight series, the Red Sox post season. Record in my lifetime stands at ten wins and twenty three losses. Before anyone scoffs at the idea that the red sox are a team of malign destiny. He or she should consider that statistic very closely. A run of ten and twenty three would not be unusual for second division club, but we are talking here about games played in the post season. Em- players among the best to wear the uniform they have included. Roger Clemens. Carly Stransky Carlton Fisk Jim Rice. Dwight Evans Tom Gordon and Pedro Martinez. The numbers are seriously out of whack. They do not compute. They are not as Mr. Spock would say logical. The citizens of red SOx nation don't worry about stuff like that. Though in our hearts, we all know the. Abandoned logic as well as hope, all ye who enter here should be carved over the main entrance to fenway park, and really who needs logic. We latter-day royal rooters don't come to fenway to run the odds or compute the stats that's for Yankee boosters and the Red Sox. Fans view of the Yankees is why bother. Rooting for the Yankees is like rooting for Microsoft at Fenway. We come to chase the whale. The big one the white one. Stephen I hope you liked that reading despite all of the. Baseball jargon it really make sense to Red Sox fans. For, those of you that don't follow closely American. Baseball History Stephen King wrote this in nineteen, ninety nine, and was surprised in two thousand four, when the Red Sox won the world series again, and was even more surprised in two, thousand, eight, two, thousand and thirteen, sorry in two, thousand, seven, two, thousand, thirteen and two, thousand eighteen, when the red sox won the world series again, the most world series to be won by a team in two decades since the Yankees and turn of the century. My personal favourite players were playing these games that he talked about. Pedro Martinez being one of them. I thought this was a really sweet little piece, a Nice Little Omar to why people keep rooting for losing teams. I hope you enjoyed. This is the Ben the be week to our Tom Gordon episode. We'll be joining you next time with the beautiful the majestic on writing. Thanks everybody..

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"This week, I'll be reading an essay written by Stephen King for the official program of the Nineteen Ninety Nine Major League Baseball All Star game. The title of this piece is fenway and the Great. White Wail. I've got a theory about Herman Melville's classic novel Moby Dick that you'll never come across in college lit text. I believe that Captain Ahab. The crazed neulander in charge of the P. Quad was doomed to spend his life chasing the white whale, because the red sox hadn't been invented yet. If they had been a hab could have issued the four deck and opted for the bleachers, instead peering through set of secondhand. Benach rather than spyglass and looking has red sox fans have looked all my life for a world series flag rippling proudly in the breeze. Melville's Captain Ahab only one leg Moby Dick bit off the other in an earlier encounter, the fenway faithful often feel like chewing off their own legs, or at least a few fingers in frustration. I know since the late fifties and early sixties, when such eccentric says pump see green played for the red sox. I have been one of them. We are with. The Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy calls red. SOx nation to send into the self-named royal rooters who cheered the socks in the first decade of the twentieth century. According to baseball historian, Frederick Leib, the head Royal Ruder was a saloon keeper who went by the name I love. This of nuff said. Mr Said and his followers usually showed up for game, six or eight sheets to the wind and fenway's come crop of bleacher creatures will testify is tradition continues to be upheld. Son Left fielders bullpen denizens loved the bleacher creatures. Hate them all have been showered impartially with beer insults in a rain of beach balls. Beer isn't sold in the stands at fenway, and this is probably wise. The idea of thirty thousand Captain Ahab in one place is scary enough. The idea of thirty thousand loaded captain Ahab in one place all bending their elbows as another game and other series, another white whale of a season goes slipping away. That's sort of horrifying, isn't it? Fans from other parts of the country, those who have read about the Red Sox Zeitgeist, but never actually experienced it. Let alone. Ben Steeped in it as some new. Englanders happened since Warren. G harding was president to understand. What a hellish job rooting for the Red Sox can be. In some ways it really is like setting sale, the P. Quad, but for the Shanghaied crew of the good ship Red Sox. The voyage never seems to end. We are blessed with a welter of gruesome memories from Jimmy. Fear strikes out Pearsall's nervous breakdown to the dreadful meaning of Tony Cornelia to the dismantling of closer Calvin Schiraldi. We believed the nineteen sixty seven..

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Hi, there. This is Stephen and Ressano, Co, host, and editor of the Stephen King Boo Club. If you're one of our regular listeners, thank you for joining us. This will not be our usual program if you can keep listening poise. This is not typically overtly political podcast. We have been very open about our own political leanings, because literature and how anyone interact with literature is personal and powerful. Stories are all we have some days. For us in for millions of readers, the stories of Stephen King have been of great comfort. But some days comfort is not appropriate. If you're joining us in real time when this gets published in June of twenty twenty, it will be in the midst of global protests against police brutality. We are scared. We are all so sad and angry. So many have died and so many have been hurt and so many more will be hurt if things are allowed to continue this way. A deep violent vein of racism has been allowed to fester in our nation in our government in our culture and in our police force. In DC president trump called for the domination of protests, person Oy I have been hearing helicopters passed by this apartment for days. Every time a siren passes I'm afraid. Someone new has died. I'm afraid that one of my friends or family will become a Hashtag. In general, I am afraid. Typically when we talk about fear on this program, we talk about the throw of adrenaline the chill of the spine we talk about ghosts and monsters and viruses and abusers. We talk about trauma and the ways that the horror genre can help us cope with trauma. We talk about not shying away from the things that scare us. We might make light of dark themes because it's fun and. Maybe because it gives us a sense of control. We cannot in good conscience do that today. Today are fierce different. But we cannot ignore fear, and we cannot ignore what it requires of us. Here is what we will be doing. We are going dark with our episode this week in an effort to yield space to more important voices..

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

15:51 min | 1 year ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"So some. Call him the Space Cowboy. Some call him the gangster of love. I've I've called him. Maurice once or twice. Eric's all right. We completed the joke. Good work good game the other night. I definitely put the beginnings of the music right. Okay Okay Okay. Okay for your back So in Gerald's game there's a serial killer. He is a prolific necrophile with ACURA. Mega -Ly are serial code. Today is neither of those things. But it's interesting but Stephen King took a name from a real life Maine based serial killer. Yeah and lent it to his book or maybe it was a subconscious or I think he was caught in nineteen ninety six so it might be funny. Stephen King might have actually named a serial killers you bear and then we'll let me see when he was caught all right. Do the math. He was caught right before Stephen King started writing. Gerald's game okay. So maybe subconscious maybe conscious as kind of a nod. Yeah absolutely and interestingly enough he was well we'll get to that all right. Let's go chronologically. So let's talk about. Show bear the fictional character. And then we'll talk about it. Show bear the serial killer. So why don't you explain to the audience? A little bit of the details about the fictional character shirt so this is based off of the book. Gerald's game primarily. I have not read bag of bones. My understanding is that Berisha's feature prominently in that one as well but as far as we hear in Gerald's Game Jober is a serial killer slash NECROPHILIAC. Who Lives in state of Maine? He has acro- Meglena. Is that how it's pronounced ACRO- Akra Mugabe? Which is not related to him being serial killer but it does. It's like a striking aspect of his appearance and he goes around murdering folks and he steals their bones and puts them in like a briefcase thing. A bag of sorts and at one point he shows up where so? If you haven't read Gerald's game the main character gets tied to a bad and has to survive the whole book. It's it's hard core go read. It's one of my favorites. But he shows up and is just generally ominous spooky so he does home invasions he. I think he liked pickled his mom or something like that. Sure did he sure did yes. Oh definitely sexually desecrated most of the bodies. Yeah Yeah looting taking genitals for His So that that sort of sexual depravity comes in here with Jubeir the the man John J Jubeir when he was a kid John. Jay Baer was a kid I sit just me or do. Serial killers always have really dramatic. Names it they often. There's something kind of weighty the top serial killers that most like true crime as can name are like Richard Chase. Ed Geene John Wayne. Casey Richard took Attilo. There's just something batum spooky absolutely like. What if they had been named like Edgar Edgar Zubeir would have been serial killer? Richard Ramirez right so Jubeir when he was thirteen found out that if he stabs little girls with pencils or at one point slices them with Razor Blades. He becomes sexually stimulated unfortunate. It's unfortunate and it's not great. The mixing the crossing of the sex wires and the of violence wires in the brain is pretty much the main cause for Serial killing in an in any many people. That's pretty much where it begins. There are are very few serial killers with no sexual motivations. Now let's talk about the three crimes. There's three that we know of right. Probably just three so in Portland Maine is your bears live in there. It's nineteen eighty two and there's an eleven year old name. Ricky Stetson who went for a jog roof. His body was found on the side of I ninety five by motorists my two hundred dollars like the main road down there in Portland. I the main highway yeah. Someone had attempted to undress him and failed and stabbed and strangled ricky. Interestingly enough in each one of these cases they arrest a suspect. The suspect is always the wrong person which is not super rare. I mean usually they wait till they know The bite mark did match the bite mark on sets his body like from the cast carat for those of you. That don't consume a lot of crime. Media Bite marks are like fingerprints and a lot of ways. They're fairly consistently individual. So that's a way that people will get caught. Which is crazy buck wild? Yeah and they were doing that before they knew about DNA. It's a very early. A primitive form of matching people. So now it's a year later and were in Nebraska which is one of the reasons that these crimes did not get connected right. Danny Joe Abberley is a newspaper boy. I'm not even kidding. He is delivering newspapers and a man coaxes him into his car and they find his body a couple of days later about like four miles away. It was the same thing a probably sexually motivated knife attack. So did they eventually get a confession editor bear? Is that how we know these things? Yup and we'll get to how crazy his confession was and how it kind of shows manipulation in the system. Sure so now. At this point that was a kidnapping and we might not know this but all kidnappings go straight to the FBI right if you can prove. It was a kidnapping a secondary location murder straight. That guy the guy gets called in who happens to be the head of the FBI out profiling team at the time Robert K ressler like the profiler and this comes across his desk and he's like I'm GonNa Profile Shit out of this guy for just is one murder that had talked to the one in Maine. No the man personally but somehow seems out of character. I don't think rolling into his office. Roman his hands together like ooh baby is profile and time viscaya profile. Richard Chase Ted Bundy and Geoffrey. Dahmer Damn this guy is the. He's the profile. He wrote a note. Profiler Robert K Ressler. Honestly if you get a chance to read his books do it. The point is while he's putting together this profile. The police are basically arresting every child molester in both states a couple months later in Peillon Nebraska just a couple miles from wear emily's body was found. Christopher Walden disappeared also got into a car. This was a little bit more of violent crime. There's no reason to describe it. We're not true crime podcast. But right it was more more mutilation ripe will and now Robert K. wrestlers like no no no. We're not arresting anybody who doesn't perfectly perfectly fit my shit so they arrested guy who does not fit his profile and this guy isn't looking good. He has a false alibi. He fails a polygraph test and wrestler. Says send him home. He doesn't fit my profile. Dang he was so sure and he was right. This would be a much different story. If he was like ten percent. Worse this job. Yeah right so basically. There's a guy in a car just loitering Jubeir Just like hanging around a neighborhood. In a preschool. Teacher calls the police. Because she's a nosy. Nora when they saw car they're like a Tan Nova Sedan Russo fast in a series of events. A search warrant is issued. Rope is found that fits the Danny Abberley murder at this dude dorm room by the way. 'cause he's in his twenty one years old. Jubeir the time. Yeah who which makes him one of the youngest operating Kat. Serial killers right. He gets diagnosed by the psychiatric people with everything that you can get diagnosed with. He gets life in prison in Maine but here comes the interesting part to avoid the death penalty in Nebraska. He spills his beans and they're like death penalty anyway. Because there's no rules about that right and just promise not give them to them. Yeah so he files a rid of Habeas Corpus. He says that he was given the death penalty for quote unquote exceptional depravity which is not against the law The court agreed and they appealed and the appeal was overturned by the United States District Court District Nebraska to courts up right because of the torturing the he had made to. They're like this is not looking good for you. Bud like so on July Seventeenth nineteen ninety six. He is executed by Electric Chair Nebraska now while he was leading up to him being electrocuted Nebraska had to look at. Is this cruel and unusual punishment. Like right I think it's interesting that a couple months before green mile is published. Stephen King is watching the news about an electric chair case for killer. He followed ten years ago interesting anyways. That is interesting. It is revealed when they take off his. I don't know hat the thing they strapped down to your head to electrocute you to death with right the cap of whatever we just did Green Mile. Okay that he got a lot of brain blisters and decides of his head were very very damaged. His ears were very very damaged provided night. I didn't know the brain blisters was a phrase that existed in the world. It sure does. My life is demonstrably worse off for it. They repealed the death penalty in Nebraska. Oh Shit not over this but over this in conjunction with a few other thing. Yeah Yeah Years Later. They they repealed the death penalty. So that's John Bear. Which in this really roundabout way relating to Gerald's game. Maybe like yeah yeah I mean. In Gerald's game the character does not get the death penalty and they make a point of saying it right because Dan have the penalty. But I put that in there. You know total super interesting. So that's one of two people that we're going to talk about today. The other one is a little more high profile. Phoenix are GonNa be telling me about Ted Bundy so everybody. Who's into true? Crime knows Ted Bundy. Yeah and knows the whole story and knows the different stories and knows what he said. Everyone said watched the documentary on Netflix. So I don't WanNa like beat a dead horse right but I do want to point out some of the similarities to some Ted Bundy's shit to to desperation. Right now are desperation. Character is not an incredibly intelligent sociopathic villain mastermind. He takes a few of the boxes. He's really doesn't seem on intelligent. He's kind of Wiley. Mikey plants evidence and he takes advantage of people's trust and authority. And that's exactly it. It's the taking advantage of trust and authority that we see from Ted Bundy all the time. Now Ted Bundy a lot of people don't realize because true crime makes it seemed like he was this master of evil master evil but he was also a bumbling fuck up and he he messed up a lot of stuff up to and including his police ruse so he had many many many ruses that he used. I need help fixing my buggy. I lost my dog so many I have a broken arm. Hell yeah and that's how he was lure young women into his car who he would then sexually assault and murder many many many dozens of times. He had one ruse where he would dress up. Like a COP now. He was still driving a yellow buggy. Some of these times cut dammit and other times not and he would have handcuffs in the hands of course came into play with the the sadism kind of thing in I think three of these particular cases there were like actual murders that I don't WanNa say worked out though. He convinced people into his car. Just like Kali intriguing does by saying something. Dangerous is going on out there. I need to help you right. Yeah and then wing people. He didn't know what was that tone of voice dear. We're not on a spooky mansion on a hill. We're not Azerbaijan. This is not where we're at now just to recap the rest of Ted Bundy's career for you Stephen. Yeah because I'm again a lay man. He killed who knows how many people I think nothing numbers dumb game. But let's say more than three dozen people. She says up to including some girlfriends. He was beloved. Local Republican people in his college trusted him. That's crazy man as he started to lose his mind. He's tired to lose his friends and when he was caught rather unceremoniously they. You know they they got. They arrested him out of pulled him out of his car. One day he went to jail. Escaped Jail Chit by digging a tiny hole with a spoon in Earth. Somehow I forget how he did it in the concrete and like losing a bunch of weight. That's crazy yeah. There was a massive manhunt. He goes on trial he almost jail again by the way goes on. Trial represents himself and is so charming. The judge himself says. I don't WanNa put you in jail. What the fuck does a great job representing himself but doesn't present a very good defense also by the way a bunch of women start sexualizing him. One of them shows up to the trial he puts her on the stand and uses a backwards law about certain words. The judge can say to legally marry this woman wild. He is putting the questions to are on the stand. They get married in court. You can't see my face but my gye is like on the ground. I do not understand how any of these words are real things that you're saying to me right now. It he his damn mind and the police kept pulling him over during the time that he was gonna get caught and finding like bloody hammers and the nats nothing wrong. He's like Oh that that's nothing to worry about that. Sopher.

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"He's gonna have to win that match up the next two games, I believe for the warriors to have a chance to win this whole thing. Now, hold off a second. You saying that you would have Klay defending him a vast majority tonight's game as well. I think you're gonna have to because I think their lack of offense from their front court makes it almost imperative that they put try to put another shooter on the floor more like they did at one point late in the fourth where they sub substituted dollar for Quinn, cook on the initial Klay Thompson three to cut it to three. I. Think because they just don't have in the half court, a lot of options when they're, let's say they have a looney and green and dollar. You may have to put that third person, you know, third guy on the floor that the shooter, and that's going to be probably Quinn cook, and that's going to be Klay Thompson match. Play Thompson, right? To me from string standpoint that he's better served guarding Kawhi, Leonard than equa dollar because they would has great timing in his healthy like we saw in the last possession. The only the only negative to Compton, guarding Leonard obviously foul trouble. He had a couple of quick ones in game five, and obviously, you have no shot, if either Thomson, or curry spins time on the bench, due to trouble to have been good. Appreciate you. Look forward to listen to you night on telecast. Thank you so much of your time, take it easy. You gotta stealing right one. All. Jeff coach Jeff Van Gundy, right here it was. Stephen ESPN radio. ESPN news editor, say ESPN, two three seven hundred six. Listen listening. Lots Stevens for show, ESPN radio ESPN news..

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"This was the Knicks buying their ticket. The ticket. Is getting K D And or kyri. And if it's both you hit it over the fence, if it's one or the other the plan is working it's in place, and you added Jimmy Butler or somebody else along with it. If it's neither he struck out. And you're gonna have to face the music, but part of that plan, and I understand we're dealing with idealism here. I understand where dealing with literal lotto odds now, but would be Katie kyri in Zion. Williamson the free agents. No, you're a reboot. They know. It's a start from scratch. Maybe you can have Dennis Smith junior or Frank ntilikina or Kevin Knox around the free agents you add. But hopefully, yeah. Zayn Williamson with that. And if you've got a win nothing more than ten games than that. So be it. You gotta do what you can do to get the odds at the highest position to get that young player and to get those free agency, and none of no, I don't think this losing is a problem for the Knicks. I think it's part of the plan hopefully for the Knicks. They have a plan. I'd ask the same of the giants when it comes to Oto Beckham junior. Needs to a game. Download the vivid seats app and enter promo code champs C H A NPS at checkout to get ten percent off your first order don't buy just any seat get a vivid seat. Okay. And filled in for Stephen Smith. Let's hit the phone lines before we say goodbye today. Let's go to Chris in South Carolina. What's up, Chris? Or is. Wanted to say the wheel came shows one of the greatness, and it's being talked to about we'll Kane and thank you, Chris. I appreciate that. The I want you about everyday. But you know, I was wanting to talk about the the football but basketball, come up, and I think a, Dan or the Lee is the end of the year. James harden is going to be in the you do I. But right now just to hang point. And I'm weird their own George of Paul George being offense and defense. Right. But at the end of the year, I believe hardened in the pay. All right. I appreciate the call. Chris. I appreciate the compliments for the record. I'm James harden. Third to go along with those points. You've got amazing efficiency. I'm Paul George second two way player, but I am Yoenis onto Cuco. I in MVP voting it's been Wilkins filling in for Stephen A. You should hang out because the will Cain show is next on ESPN radio and ESPN news. Just a sample of what you hear on the Stephen swift show, weekdays at one PM eastern on ESPN radio. ESPN app. State farm. This Bill finally got me Bill. What's that? Rick, the Clark street crater, the mother of all pothole. Yeah. Year after rim wrecking year. It's tormented the people of this town they tried to fill it. But it always turns it Comey good, but you know, state farms got you to you hear that you not that trash talking to bottle. Yes. Yes. I am go with a win that here to help life go, right? State farm talk to an agent today.

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Hanging out with Stephen and max on I take the other day. I was talking about on my show whenever everyone is in agreement. I get uncomfortable. I don't care what the proposition is. Like, you could be in a business meeting. Everybody saying we oughta go with course, a for sure and so wages till the sun goes down. And I'm like, I don't know. Guys are you'd selling today. It's just an instinct. I don't know. I'm like, why am I missing it? If everybody agrees about something. We're all missing something. So yesterday when the announcement of the Joe flacco trade from the Baltimore Ravens to the Denver Broncos came out. I found myself with everybody like like, this makes no sense. It's a treadmill of mediocrity. It's a hamster turning the wheel from average to average. What's the point? And why spend a pick on it? So then I said, okay. This a step back 'cause I gotta be missing something because I'm with everybody. I'm like on the side of the room. That's tilting from the weight of everybody standing in agreements. I'm missing something. What's going wrong? There is one guy at ESPN who probably has. I don't know if it's a similar instinct or aversion to being in the crowd who has that way more than me. And I knew rely on today to help me see what I'm missing when it comes to flacco. And John Elway in the mismanagement of the quarterback position in Denver. That guy is the undefeated Dominique Foxworth hanging out with me today. In-studio on the Stephen a Smith show. What's up, man? I'm so happy to be that that instinct that you have is a good one because there's value there. There's something to be learned there. There's nothing nothing valuable about not challenging people. Like, I think political teams have something called a red team. When you come up with an idea, you the obligation of the red team to punch holes in it. Right. And I mean that is a valuable service just following people around. Like, you're useless, your lemming who wants to be that. And even if you're wrong, you force other people to tell you why you're on, and that's that's valuable. That's good for them. It's good for you. Good for. Is good for everybody and worst case scenario. Right. So you're not a living. You might be standing on the cliff by yourself. But at least you can go over everybody, right? Yeah. I only which you'll be alive, and it is very easy to be like a my bad. I was wrong. Got guys can still room over there for me it happened. So that being said talk to Dominique Foxworth here on the Stephen a Smith show. We'll came in for Stephen. I think you're wrong. I'm going to go with the lemmings over the cliff. You're on this one because I just don't get it, man..

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"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"stephen" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

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