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A highlight from S13 E02: Writer's Path: New Book Release Discussion
"Hello, welcome to The Loney Show. I'm your host, John Lee Loney. In this episode, don't have regulars because reasons, as always. As for our guest, she's from Houston, Texas, and she does Houston, Texas, I guess. Well, she's also an author, just to make it clear. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Saborna Roy Chowdhury. Hi, thank you so much for inviting me. This is an honor. And I, as you said, I do live in Houston, Texas, but I'm also an author. And I wrote two books. My first book was called The Distance, which came out in 2013. And more recently, my second book was published by a good, you know, small publisher, Houston based publisher, and called Black Rose Writing. And the name of my second novel is Everything Here Belongs to You. Oh, nice, nice. Thank you. Welcome. And how long have you been an author for? So actually, by profession, I'm a chemist, and I teach chemistry in community college. But around 2004, you know, I was in between jobs and looking for something to do. And I decided, I decided to take a workshop, you know, I used to live in Boston at that time. And there's a very great writing workshop in Boston called The Grub Street. And I took a workshop, you know, short story writing workshop from one of the teachers there. And the beautiful thing about this teacher was he gave us a great writing prompt, he said, you know, I'm going to switch off the light and step outside. And you guys go into deep meditation for at least five minutes. And then when I come back, and I switch on the light, you will pick up the pen, and you will start writing whatever comes to your mind. And you're not going to stop yourself, you're not going to edit yourself. If you see any images, you're going to write about that character. So when he did that, you know, when he switched the light back on, I saw the image of a girl. And I instantly recognize that girl, she was kind of very, very thin emaciated, you know, she had a lot of beads and strings on her body. She was, she had this deep, you know, sad eyes. And I recognize that girl. And I remembered that girl from years ago, you know, when I was child, she used to work at my aunt's place in in in India. And so that character came to me, and I did not stop myself, I picked up my pen, and I just started to write about her. And then it grew into a short story. My very first short story called Bengal Bansun. And when it came to sharing it with the rest of the class, you know, at Grub Street, I was really terrified because here I was, you know, a chemistry teacher. And all of a sudden, I write a short story, and I have to share it in front of my whole class. So I did read it very hesitantly. But you know, most of the class was very appreciative, they really liked it. They gave me great feedback. And most importantly, the teacher said, you need to send this out, you need to send out your work. So I sent it off to a publication, you know, the only one I sent it out to it was called New York stories. I sent them my very first short story. And I heard back from them right away. They said they want to publish my short story. So this was really surprising to me. And this is how my journey started. And later on this, the short story was nominated for a push cut price. So that's when I knew, you know, that I like writing. Wow. Very good. Nice. Thank you. Welcome. And are there any more books that you're in the process of writing? Yes. Well, the one I just finished, and the one that just came out, I'm trying to promote that. And it's called Everything Here Belongs to You. And strangely enough, you know, in between, I wrote another book called The Distance. But this the short story that I was just talking to you about the Bengal Mansoon one, never really left me. So that girl, you know, the girl with the big eyes, she had a problem. She had her father come in every single month from the village and take away all her money. And, you know, she used to come and complain to my aunt. And she used to say, my father is using me like a bank. He's taking away all my money. I don't know what to do. And my aunt was, you know, my aunt is a good person. She really wanted to help this girl. But there was nothing she could do. She, other than consoling her, there was nothing she could do to help out this girl. And then something really terrible happened. One morning at six o 'clock, my aunt was calling her name. She was asking her to come down. She used to live in the girl used to sleep in the terrace room. And the girl was not coming down. So my aunt went upstairs to look for her and found the girl hanging. And she was she was hanging from the ceiling. She had used her sari as like a noose. And my aunt tried to revive her. You know, her body was still warm. My aunt tried her best to bring her back, but she couldn't. And then the father came back from the village and blamed my aunt for for killing this girl. And, you know, the whole the slum came down to our house and started to break everything. So, you know, this this story, even though I captured most of it in Bengal monsoon, I felt like I had not done justice to the whole story. And the girl and her father were not leaving me. And they were still hunting me. So there was something incomplete there. And so even after I finished my first novel, those images did not go away. And I thought that I should expand the story and I should complete the story and I should bring those characters back. So I just I just made the girl a Muslim in my second book. And I continue with the story. You know, the this helpless girl whose father comes every single month and takes away all her salary and she's hopeless. She has no future. Everything is dark around her. She doesn't know where to go. She feels trapped. And that's how I came to write my second novel, Everything Here Belongs to You, which is right now available in the bookstores and on Amazon. All right, then. Very good. So where do you see yourself 20 years from now? 20 years from now. I would like to say I wrote 20 books, but that's not going to happen because each book for me, you know, takes a very, very long time. The distance did not take that much time distance. I think I took only three to four years to write. But my second book, Everything Here Belongs to You, I wrote it for five years. And then I met my agent, Julie Stevenson, you know, from M .M. Q .L .T., M .M. Q. Lit. And asked she me to edit my book. And this editing process went on for three years. So she asked me to make, you know, major changes like change the POV. OK, from omniscient narrator to close third person, then write it chronologically. Make sure you have a very close connection between the sisters from the beginning. You know, major changes change the tense of the novel. So this went on and on. And so that took three years. So that was a total of eight years to write my second novel. So if this is the way I write, I don't think in 20 years I'll accomplish much. It could be worse, to be honest. It could be worse, to be honest. Yeah, I have friends who wrote. Sorry, I think my phone is talking. So, yeah, I have friends who wrote a novel for 20 years. So, yeah, if you if you want to do something perfectly, I guess you have to put in the time. Yeah, absolutely. How did you spend? Sorry, go on. No, so that's that's my 20 year plan to write. Very good. How did you spend your last birthday? My last birthday? Eating cake? Yeah. No. Yeah, I don't focus much on birthdays. My family does. My family definitely made sure that I cut my cake. Yeah. But if I'm writing a book, I'm usually so immersed in the fictional world that I don't pay much attention to what is going on in my real life. All right, then. What is your favorite quote? Oh, my goodness. I don't have one on the top of my head. Do I have to answer this? I mean, you don't have to. Yeah. So go on with the flow. Okay. Okay, I'll take that. Yes, then. If you could create your own job title, what would it be? I would be a full time author. I don't want to do anything else. I think the most meaningful thing we do in life is right. Because I'm able to give voice to, you know, the most voiceless people, the most neglected people, people who cannot defend themselves, who don't get justice, if I'm able to bring them to the forefront, and I'm able to make them make other people visualize them and understand their pain and understand their sorrow, and I'm able to give them justice. That is the most important thing I can do. That's very good. What is the best way to start the morning? I would say, well, there's a real answer, and then there is a hopeful answer. The real answer is I get my girls ready for school, and that's not a peaceful process. So I'm rushing them, I'm pushing them, I'm trying to get them on the school bus, and my mornings are not peaceful or restful enough. However, if I were living, I were, you know, living my ideal life, I would love to wake up and do a long meditation. And I would like to connect to my subconscious and see who is plaguing me, who is bothering me, who is sitting in there, and I would draw out those characters and I would talk to them and I would put them down on the page. And that would be the peaceful start of a morning, to be able to write, you know, at least two to three pages without interruption, without the phone ringing, without the internet, without having to communicate with the outside world, just to be able to write and meditate. That's my ideal life. Very good. Would you rather sleep on the wall or sleep on the ceiling? Sleep on the wall or sleep on the ceiling? I've never heard a question like that before. I would sleep on the ceiling, yeah. Yes, that's a good option. Yeah, because I can see the world from the top, right? I have a larger and bigger and wider perspective of things. And I basically, you know, when I wrote my first novel, I mean, the second novel, sorry, I used omniscient narrator, and that's kind of your place on the ceiling, because you get to see everyone, what they're doing. If they're doing mean things, bad things, you know, hiding things from you, have secrets, you basically have a view of every single character in that room or in that house, right, if you're on the ceiling. So I would definitely want the ceiling position. But my agent says I should write in close third person. Intriguing. Yes. Oh, yes. Very good. Would you ever try space tourism? Actually not. Especially today, you know, today in the news, did you see how this vessel tried to go in the depths of the ocean and never came back? It was blown away. So I'm very, very nervous about getting into claustrophobic places and where I have no control, and other people taking me, you know, promising me things, making me sign papers and taking me places. And then I do not know if I'll make it back. And there's a lot to do on Earth. Itself, right? There's a lot to improve right here. I don't need to go to space. Yes, that's a very good point. You'll never know what life hits at you. Yes. What fictional item do you wish you owned in real life? What fictional item? Do you wish you owned in real life? Let me think about this. And it's a fictional item. It's not a real one. My daughters will tell you a lot about Harry Potter things that they want to own. Fictional item. Can you give me an example of fictional items? Well, you said your daughters like Harry Potter, so possibly a magic wand, then there's lightsabers from Star Wars, a couple of video game items like the mega mushroom from Super The magic wand sounds very attractive because when I cannot wake them up in the morning to go to school, I can always be the magic wand and make them do things for me, right? I mean, every mother wishes she had a magic wand and she could control her children. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. Where do you spend most of your free time? First of all, being a teacher, a mother and a writer, I have no free time. But I to write, I do go to a coffee shop and I can only write in a coffee shop because it kind of takes away the pressure of writing. It kind of takes away, you know, the fear of writing because I have so many people surrounding me and there is this chatter, this laughter, this camarade, you know, the smell of coffee. Everything takes away that extreme pressure of having to accomplish something or to finish something or to get something done. And I'm able to relax in a coffee shop and actually do some writing. And then, of course, when you come back home, that reality strikes and that you'd have so many chores to do and so many other things you have to get done, right? And so the coffee shop is my escape. OK, I can see that. This is a question from the very top of my head. Have you heard of a drink called banana friche? Banana friche? Banana friche? Friche? Yeah. Have you heard of it? I have never heard of a drink banana friche, no. I get that a lot from a lot of people. It's understandable. So do you want me to try it out or? Sorry, what is the question? So I asked you, have you heard of a drink called banana friche? No. Oh, that's all right, because I get that every time. Yeah, something from that came from the top of my head. Sure. Yeah. Would you rather? If you recommend it to me, if you recommend me the drink, I'll definitely try it. I do not know where to get it from. Well, well, it's a concept at first, but maybe a few years down the line, it can become a thing. So, yes. So definitely, when it becomes a thing, I'll give it a try. All right, very good. Would you rather not be able to open any closed doors or not be able to close any open doors? Both. I don't want to close any open doors for anyone who is a minority and needs those open doors. And so what was the first part again? So I asked you, would you rather not to open closed doors or not be able to close open doors? Yeah, so second part, I don't want to close any open doors for people who need it. Yes, very good, because there's opportunities in front of you. You must seize it. That's true. Yes. But, you know, be inclusive as well. I mean, you don't want to seize it just for yourself, but you seize it for everyone else. Yes, everyone is free to open and enter the door. Yes, the door should not be closed for anyone. Exactly. What's your favorite season? Spring, because I cannot tolerate the heat. I live in a place called Houston, Texas, and it does get extremely hot. And when it gets hot like that, you know, it's hard to function. So spring here is beautiful. You know, the flowers bloom and the birds come out the usual spring thing. And so and we can all go for long walks. So spring definitely is beautiful in Texas. All right, then. Nice. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? So I would go back to India. Right now, I live in Houston, Texas. So let me tell you this in a more poetic manner. Give me one second. So basically, I grew up in Kolkata, India. Can you still hear me? Yeah, I can still hear you. Okay, so I grew up in Kolkata, India, and I grew up in a middle class Hindu family. And, you know, I mean, if you read my second novel, I featured the house I grew up in in this in this novel. And, and like, like the characters in my novel, you know, I used to live in this hundred year old house with my extended family, with my aunts, uncles and cousins. So because it was a hundred year old house, and it was it was like a crumbling mansion, and it had two wings and two floors, but there was no one to take care of this house. So years of neglect, you know, had left this house in very poor condition. My house had, you know, cracked tiles on the floor and yellowing walls and broken windows, everything needed repair. And during the monsoon season, you know, water dripped from the roof and and we had, you to collect the water, and everything had to be covered, you know, our antique furniture, our paintings, our encyclopedias, our photographs, everything had to be covered with plastic sheets. And so it was really hard for us to maintain this house, you know, there was like spiders behind the clothes horse and termite mud piles that went up the walls. And, you know, all the grandfather clocks that just kept on chiming at wrong hours. And if you looked at the skylight holes, you would see pigeons nesting there. Then when I turned 19, I left Kolkata and I came to America and I settled down here. Right. I came as a student. I finished my chemistry degrees. And finally, you know, I got my job in Houston. I settled down here. But I left behind this house, this house, which is full of history and, you know, my childhood tales. And I and somehow this house still remains alive inside me and it shows up in my book, especially in my second book, I would say this house is my main main backdrop of my second book. And now, you know, I have a relatively comfortable life. I live in the suburbs of Houston now. Here, you know, I have a wooden house which has central air conditioning and it has modern appliances. I have, you know, carpet that covers all the floors and I have, you know, all my walls are really well painted. I have modern furniture. I have a spacious living room. Every every week we have lawnmowers who come to trim our lawns and prune the bushes and, you know, our driveway and sidewalk looks so clean. They almost like they glisten like glass. And my existence right now in Houston is very neat, tidy, comfortable, hygienic, whatever you want to look at it. But unfortunately, whenever I pick up my pen to write either a short story or a novel or a poem, I I don't write about the suburbs of Houston. I still find myself, you know, going back to that old mansion that I left behind in Kolkata and I'm still pining away for for what I left behind. So I don't think, you know, as I age, this nostalgia will go away and somehow I will I will end up living living in that old house again years later. OK, I can see that. Sorry for the very long answer. That's all right. I enjoy it. It's fabulous. Thank you. You're welcome. What kind of music do you often listen to? I don't know if I am a Bengali and we have a Nobel laureate, author, songwriter. His name is Rabindranath Tagore. And I used to learn his songs. I used to learn his music and I still listen to that. I just I listen to Tagore songs all the time. It calms me down. And once once again, it connects me back home. It's part of my nostalgia. Very good. When things break, do you prefer to fix them or replace them? I always try to fix them. I hold on to old things. You must have guessed that by now. And I have a very hard time throwing away things because all your old things have a memory. And as writers, when we when we when we touch things, old photos, old albums, even, you know, somebody's glasses or somebody's shawl, we feel things in our fingers and then something can become can become a spark for a new project. So, yes, I repair things and I keep things and I grab onto things and I hold onto things and I don't want to let them go. My husband is opposite. He's a neat, tidy person. And he would rather get rid of things and clean up the house. And he's an engineer by profession. So you can see that we have completely different personalities.
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"stevenson" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"If we're going to add, he obviously he won by a third round stoppage. I think I failed to mention that. Great stoppage. Stop and puns and is quite a feather in his cap, but no, listen. What he did. First of all, I wanted to start with that point that this guy could be as good as anybody because I see that kind of talent. And I see that he's a promoters the light. Maybe if you want him to wear the black hat, he's not going to do that. He's not the bad guy. He's not the villain. He's a good guy. But he actually be a good candidate to work with you. I think that you would work really well with a guy like that. So if he's watching. He looks like a good guy. And look, he's a promoter's dream again. He's not kind of McGregor who could be the bad guy and all that stuff and say certain things. I think it's a great guy from what I've been told, but you know, again, they have to they have to promote themselves to make money. You know, to get together looked at, so to speak, as good as they are, and so they have to pick a character. So to play, so to speak. But for me, Holland plays himself to a certain extent. He's an amiable, great personality of people's person. I think he's a promoter stream. Again, even though he's not doing the derogatory things, the crazy things that get a lot of attention in a promotional world, I like what he does. He's a fun guy to see and to be around to hear, like I said, as far as the talent meeted the talent meter goes way up. It goes way up. It will come down to like it does always to the mental side. How consistent he can be, you know, in this realm of pressure. In his cauldron, there's this cauldron of fire that these guys have to go into. Forget about the physical side. You know, how consistent can he be? How strong can he be in those areas from a mental standpoint? For me, that comes down to confidence. It comes down to true belief. You know, all of those things. It comes down to mental toughness, all of it. So that's a part put away, then this guy, this guy could be a problem for anyone. As far as obviously he's a terrific striker, he stopped once in. He stopped punching nibio. Because pods and nibio made a technical mistake. In my book, he did a real no no. If a guy does this in a ring while they're training with me in camp, I get in a ring and I actually stopped this foreign and say, no, no, no, no, no. You got to correct this because this is taboo. This is something that will get you knocked out. If you keep doing it. And that's going straight back in front of your opponent. You can't just go straight back from the wrong distance in front of your opponent. Because of your opponent follows you, which Holland did, give him credit, right away was calm, he knew what to do. He followed him. He stepped out with him, and when you step out with a guy going straight back, that guy is still in a line of fire. And he was in a line of fire, Holland stepped with him, narrowed him on the way out, and put an end to the night for Ponce nibio. And put an end to me having to pronounce his name anymore. So credit to Holland, I really like you. Your frontal watch, your talented is how I hope it all comes together for you. I really do. And I think that might have been a fight that odd tweak got up on the air. I don't know exactly which one it was, but that might have been a one that we actually got up to, you know, on a Broadway again, you know? Which gets me excited. Misty eyed. I don't know. Anyway, next up, co main Gilbert burns and Jorge Masvidal Jorge Masvidal obviously friend of the show has been on a couple of times. Tough loss for Georgie, I think it's probably his last fight. He didn't use the word retire, which I think is the key. He intimated it. The intimate book, if you say this is about to kill son and if you say retired versus implying you're officially retired and if you want to fight the next day, you got to go 6 months. Thank you everybody. He was taking everybody taking the sport toner. He did a great job of talking afterwards. He really did. He did himself proud. Showed class. They bolted, burns all class still. What a warrior. But, you know, it's the same thing with Masvidal. You got to give him a lot of credit where he came from. I mean, he came from the Kimball slice school of backyard YouTube fighting that nobody had ever heard of. Nobody had ever seen. And then probably one of the most intimidating things I've ever watched on YouTube in the early days when you see there's something about seeing two grown men who know how to fight, fight in the street, I don't care who you are. You see those punches hitting face, you're like, oh shit, someone's getting hurt. Someone's gonna get hurt here. Get the kids out of here. He came from there. Extraordinary journey. Extraordinary journey. I look where he got to the Pinnacle of the sport. Really, give him credit. When I say the Pinnacle, I know he didn't win a title, but he was in the biggest fights. He was in title fights. He fought the best fighters. He had 50 fights. He started 9 years old. He's at the end of the track now. The end of the road now, but give him credit for the careers. Give him credit for the way that he conducted himself afterwards. You know, it reminded me his speech afterwards, which I was really touched by. I thought it was, I love when these guys take a moment to say things that are worthy things for people to hear, that could impact people. To help people help to future generations in this case. And the way he talked was what I used to talk about on ESPN. I used to talk about how boxing saves people's lives. How many kids that have saved their life? And that nobody talks about that. They talk about the brutality, the knockouts, the blood, all of that dangers, but not about how it's saved so many kids lives. Changed them, turned them around. Not only made money for them, but made men out of them made better people out of them. Gave them direction that they didn't have. That boxing did that. I saw an example. I was listening to him, and I was saying, wow, MMA, UFC does the same thing. Does the same thing? He basically was saying that
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Biden to award first batch of arts and humanities medals
"President Joe Biden will be presenting arts and humanities medals on Tuesday. I Norman hall. Bruce Springsteen will be honored at The White House when president Joe Biden presents him with the 2021 national medal of arts. It's the nation's highest award for advancing the arts in America. The Rock music icon is among a dozen individuals and groups Biden has chosen to honor during a White House ceremony, the medals are Biden's first batch of awards for the arts and humanities and were delayed by the pandemic. Other 2021 arts on a race include authors Amy ten and Colson Whitehead. Humanity's honorees include anthropologist johnetta Cole and advocate for the poor Brian Stevenson. Norman hall,
Fresh "Stevenson" from The Dan Bongino Show
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Why Is Biden Admin Deploying Air Marshals to the Border?
"The air marshal National Council fired off a letter to DHS secretary mayorkas, and picos and Stevenson reminding them that deploying these air Marshals to the southern border to perform humanitarian work is reckless and it's putting the nation at extreme risk. And I believe that not only is that happening, but just the pure porous border itself is putting the nation at risk. So we have a lot of different angles putting our country at risk, not only at risk of terrorists, attacking airplanes, but terrorists posing as Mexicans and coming in through the border as well as the fentanyl crisis that has just one thing that's what keeping in mind and you and I have talked about this before is that if you follow the trajectory of these attacks by and large the ground for them is paved by Democrat leadership or should I say lack of leadership. Even though the 9 11 attacks occurred under Bush, the ground for that was prepared under Clinton. Remember, the attacks on kobar towers, the attack on the USS Cole, the attack on U.S. embassies, Clinton administration does nothing. They even know what bin Laden is, but they don't go after him. And so bin Laden becomes emboldened. And then similar, so my point is that now that they have Biden there and they know that Biden doesn't care about any of this, his attention is elsewhere while his attention is such as it is. Well, I don't think he has much of it. There's not a whole lot of attention going on. I think he's one of those he's really Bernie weekends weekend at Bernie's because that's exactly what he looks like to the rest of us. I mean, it's gotten to a point where, you know, it used to be that we'd see these things we'd roll our eyes. We'd make fun of it, but they've become so routine. In other words, it is now expected that Biden says things that make no sense. He has sentences that don't conjoin one to the other. There's no logic there, and nobody even feels like they need to criticize it or explain it because it's just like this is Biden.
Fresh "Stevenson" from The Dan Bongino Show
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San Francisco Voters Recall 3 Board of Education Members
"A small piece of hopeful news good news out of San Francisco, the city has voted decisively. This is the voters. More than 70%. In a recall vote to throw out three of the members of the city school board. And the vote was not close. Allison Collins recalled by 78% to 21% Gabriella Lopez, 74% to 24%. Falga moliga recalled 71% to 27%. So this is massive majorities liberal majorities have decided to give these three scoundrels the boat. So you might ask, what's going on in San Francisco? Well, by and large, the city school board has been in complete, has kept the schools in complete shutdown. And parents are getting increasingly restless. My kids aren't getting a proper education. They're essentially being cognitively deprived for the larger part of two years when other schools gonna open, but instead of focusing on that, what the city school board was focused on is renaming the schools. Apparently, these three characters were leading a drive to rename a whole bunch of schools in San Francisco. The Abraham Lincoln school, the George Washington school, the Thomas Jefferson school that Theodore Roosevelt school, the Robert Louis Stevenson school, Nepal revere school all renamed, and the decision to rename them was taken literally in seconds. Apparently they had a sort of a research committee, the school names advisory committee, they did no real research. They did basically Google and Wikipedia. And they just decided, Abraham Lincoln, yeah, you freed the slaves, but who cares? You know, he was the American Indians didn't do very well under Lincoln. Boom, he's gone. And this was the methodology. No debate, no consultation with historians, no effort to sort of do a balanced assessment. The only time a balanced assessment came up as somebody said, well, wasn't Malcolm X kind of a racist in the early part of his career, and they were like, yeah, but he got better later. So what we're not gonna read. We're not gonna take his name off the
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"stevenson" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Shots which course stevenson that just screams like one eight hundred ten shukor stevenson at the end of the night but if he can bully him a little bit if he can use that length this is. This can be a very close fight. This is not a lopsided mismatch. Predicting i agree chris. And the one word that stands out in my mind that journal herring used when i spoke to him. He said i have to make shukor stevenson uncomfortable because no one really makes him uncomfortable. They kinda allow him to get into what he wants to do. He gets into a rhythm he gets comfortable and then he's very difficult to beat when he's in that type of rhythm and when he's doing whatever he wants however he wants whenever he wants. Juvenile herring has to make him uncomfortable. He's not a. I wouldn't say he's a A rugged fighter in it. In any way jim herring but he's gotta make it physical and he's gotta make shukor stevenson know that it's not going to be the type of fight where he can just move around and comfortably boxes way to a decision. I'm not saying necessarily they want to do that. Miss fight but he did do that in his last fight and another good point. I thought that herring made to me. And i think we all noticed that during the fight is when jeremiah nakajima who. I'm sure a bigger puncher than juvenile herring But when nakajima hits Core stevenson with a right hand toward the end of the sixth round. It definitely changed the way. Stevenson went about the fight. I mean he got. He took the shot fine. I thought i mean he didn't seem to be hurt but it seemed to get his attention in a way that he was much more defensive minded in the second half of that fight and he was in the first half. Because if you watched the first half of the fight there were times when i wouldn't say he's slugged it out with him but he.
"stevenson" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Especially you know. He's about five foot ten or so so he's a taller fighter for the junior lightweight division and may felt that before. He came to them that he was you know he was too aggressive. He wasn't relying enough on his natural boxing ability which he has done more under them and it's obviously worked very well. The performance against frampton was was now france at the back under his career. But he's younger than than jamel herring that some people thought. Maybe he had more mileage on them than herring. even though he didn't have an a lot more fights than him he had a few more fights but not that many more But that was an impressive win because the odds were around even know jamal. Haring was maybe a slight favourite when the fight off and he demolished carl frampton whose had a great career two weight world champion. Probably not a junior lightweight. He's better suited for one. Twenty six or one twenty two but it was a very good win gave him a lot of momentum. Going into this fight chris So i think it's a much more to answer your original question. I think it's a much more competitive fight than ten to one But but jemil's going to have to produce a maybe a career-best performance if he's going to be a defensive defensively masterful fighter alexa core stevenson. Who has just a lot a lot of natural and high ring iq. Yeah i think what this comes down to is. How does mel hering assert his size advantage. You get into a clinical boxing match which occur stevenson year. Loose it's probably not to be entertaining like that's just kind of the way it goes but herring at the olympics. He was spiting at over one hundred forty pounds for the first part of his professional career. He was fighting one hundred thirty five pounds. He is a very big one hundred and thirty pound and you can see that at the press conference is going to have a couple of inches at least on shukor stevenson gonna have once you re hydrates probably significant amount of weight on core stevenson stevenson. May maybe even stronger as he gets more and more just at two hundred and thirty pounds. Shrinking down to get to one twenty-six but whether it's using his length fighting on the outside or being physical with stevenson in the ring. That's going to be. How juvenile herring wins this fight. I don't think you can just stand there..
"stevenson" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Going on here and we're paying very close attention to what you're doing. The they say. Okay we're here at all the interim titles we're gonna do know. They got a little nervous you know. Because they're pretty much unregulated outside of the united states but when somebody with the type of or an entity with the type of influence that the abc has started dropping the hammer. They they got nervous. So how this author was. Michael fox can robbed. Abc involved in get the wba to start acting. I'm with you. You know keith. I just if backyard won that fight against dugas there's no way the wb as ordering defaced. Santana's like that's not happening like this. Is i think in large part because who is not a household name how yoenis i have nothing. That's another good. Fighter is very good in key eventually will fight for a world title deservedly. What the winner of gutai. If they were going to order something it should be the winner of the bhutto. James fight because that fighter would be their world champion and that fighter should be should should especially bhuta because when he fought best putin Won the fight but then tested positive for a pd. So if there's a guy who deserves a break in this whole thing now he is getting a second title shot here of course but if there is a guy who deserves something done to have something done right to him as opposed to what has happened. Before it's bettayeb. I agree and logically. It makes sense. You have boo tie james. And then that gives a little bit more of a runway to uganda's to figure out if the spiders makeable in the first two months of two thousand twenty two if by say mid december that fight does not look like it's being close to being made then the wbz could step in and say all right that fight. We don't know when that's going to happen. We're trying to clean this up. You now have ninety days to fight. The winner of james burst bouton like that just seems logical standards. Involved in this is weird. Doesn't have high level wins doesn't deserve what would effectively be shot at the major title. Like gus has the top version of the wbz's title. What is standing on has done to warrant that type of opportunity. Nothing in my mind. The win was a good win. And i think i'm lorries now always like the name. He's like a dorm as a gatekeeper. At welterweight for sure but if the warmer actually fought pretty well in that fight. I thought it was a competitive fight but i don't. This isn't stand yoenis fall fault. I totally understand what. You're saying. Chris but this isn't his fault. This is on the wbz. Like why how is again. How was he involved in this. It should be the winner bhutan. Evan james gets the shot at uganda's eventually but if he is able to fight spence in the interim he should be allowed to do that and look spence wins. Then you can. Order spends to fight the winner of that and everybody makes more money every gets a higher profile. Everybody wins it. Seems like logic is not carrying the day here..
"stevenson" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"It's not that's not a thing but before that he was doing everything possible to get that to t to earn that that world He's got a great resume and heavyweight. He's fought some of the best and the reason like he's the reason he lost that opportunity because he fought a real guy and alexander pevec and not a heavyweights or fighting real guys. So i give dillion white credit for that too. So i'd like to see that happen in the first quarter of two thousand dollars. I think it will happen. I think fury who has talked publicly about that fight in the past even before. Anthony joshua lost usak. I think fear would go for. It's a big fight as we said in the uk. And i think that's that's likely to happen. And they wanna bring tyson fury back to the uk at some point. He's bigger should star star now than he was before clearly after this trilogy with the auntie wilder he hasn't fought in the uk and three and a half years or so. So i mean he's you know he's he's the best heavyweight in the world now. He's certainly the best heavyweight in england heavyweight worldwide and. I think he would like to fight back home. You know manchester london wherever And dillion white fight would be a big fight back there and and you know i'm not trying to come down on billion white but you know he was once upon a time deserve the title shot and it's unfortunate and unfair to him that he did not get it when he was supposed to get it. But i just like people continuing to harp on this as if what happened in the first alexander can fight didn't happen it's just very annoying. I agree i agree. It's such a big fight in the uk that i think just e regardless of mandatory status make the fight like you know put a while into position to find the undercard give them a chance to furniture of title down the line. It's not perfect. But i'd like to see white against fury early next year. Let's talk for a second about the welterweight division. Back in august you're daynuss. Goss picked up the biggest win of his career knocking off manny paquito retiring at least for now manny paki out and winning the full version retaining the full version of the wba's welterweight out of the super version of the welter weight title. In the aftermath of that gus understandably had hoped to take a unification fight against arrow spitz. That would be a incredibly meaningful fight course but also bring a big payday for you. Dana gus as well the wba which is efforting to combine its titles eliminate the interim and the regulars and all the stuff that has plagued it over the last five or ten years. They said no. No no you've got to participate in this box off. I up against donnie. Onus young fighter who is thirteen at this point it's supposed to take place at some point before the end of the calendar..
"stevenson" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"He would. He is mentioned many times. Moving up the potentially fight josh taylor for one hundred forty pounds. Titles which is a very intriguing fight. The fortunate thing just to to as it relates to these lightweights. Chris we all wanna see lopez fight. Haney we all wanna see lopez fight tank. Go and see tank fight haney well. Let's see ryan garcia when you know when he's healthy enough from physical and mental standpoint fight all of these guys we've been talking about these fights for you know i was in my mid forties when we started talking about this these fights and none of them have happened. You know they would just keep. We keep going forward in this vicious cycle on social media. I'm gonna. I'm gonna do this. I'm gonna do that. I'm going to do that. And while what happened last week at ringside Drew a lot of attention. I don't think it got us any closer to the fight. Being made as as i'd like to be more optimistic than that but i just don't see how from a financial standpoint it's standpoint. It's doable right now. No i don't think this by can be negotiated. Between eddie hearn and top rank haney and lopez where i find. Optimism is if the wbz gets involved. The wbz can order this as a mandatory fight. Lopez is the franchise champion. They didn't want lopez to be the franchise champion but they allowed the title. Be transferred when lopez beat loma. Chanko haney is the regular champion. Or whatever you wanna call it the full champion but mauricio sue. Amman has said haney. Lopez is at the top of the wbz's lightweight food chain. The simple solution is once lopez gets through campos's if he gets through campos's to order lopez to make a mandatory defense against devon against evan haney or the winner of devin haney versus spider. If it's jodi as if it's somebody else in early december is pretty simple. You want to clean up the multiple belts you have at one. Thirty five to eliminate a franchise championship that you never intended for fema lopez to have just order the fight because keith if they do that the only way for one of the only way that fight not to happen then is for one of the fighters. Say all right. I'll give my belt here. Or and i just don't see lopez or haney taking that route. I'd love to see that fight. Go to purse bid. I'd love to see everybody get in and bid on. I think if that happens there's at least a possibility. We could see lopez and haney share the ring. There would definitely be a greater possibility kristof. They went that route. But i don't think that that would make it a foregone conclusion that the fight happens because back to what i said earlier about the money because if if no one is willing to bid what lopez and haney feel that the fight it's worth were. Those expectations are realistic or not. It if they're not gonna be paid what they think that the fight is worth then. They simply won't go one of them or both of them. Walk forward with it. Won't that like at least at least if that happens. You have some clarity there right now. It's like we'll have all. I have in the back of my head. Keith is signed the contract what contract. What about the meeting with. Bob signed the contract like so much and big you. It's out there at the point. This i agree. Chris it bring. It's fun for fans to talk about on social media. People lose their minds about all this stuff and they go back and forth. you know haney has his fans. Lopez has his fans. Ryan garcia has his fans. And all that. But i i would say this..
"stevenson" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Say he does wind up fighting regis pro or someone else you know comparable to regis pro-gay how do you go to the negotiating table and start making all kinds of demands. When in your last fight he lost seven rounds to a guy who was twenty to one. Underdog you really can't so in some ways. Whether he asked to take a financial hit to do it is sort of irrelevant that he needs to go clean up his mess. But to your point who's paying for it because it's not like if zome comes in and pays sander martine. Whatever he's looking for even if mike garcia does it on the cheap it would still be a relatively expensive fight got paid one point five million for that last night it became anywhere near there for a rematch right and also to your point. Chris was not an entertaining fight. And that may be mostly. Because mike you didn't i didn't think really turned up In the second half of the fight and fight with a sense of urgency. But you'll maybe the rematch would be different. But i do think that if he's going to go into bigger fights now look he. He could wind up fighting. High level guys without fighting sandra martine but he would have to significantly adjust his asking prices for those fights. Because because frankly. You can't pretend that it didn't happen happened. We all saw it and it was one of the biggest upsets in in recent history as it was right. not from a from a magnitude standpoint. Certainly but andy. Reid was twenty to one underdog. Roughly i mean. I think maybe josh was like a twenty two to one favored or so going into the into that fight. I mean it's on that level in terms of Of course and reid with more established and you could argue that. Maybe he beat. Joseph parkin was undefeated but yeah interviewees at world level before santa martine had forgotten one at the world level. His best win was probably k. Prosper in his previous point. And i think that might have benefited. Santa martina said this on the air. Like the activity of martine over the last twelve months. He had fought twice. Where mikey garcia. Not fun at all released february of twenty twenty and he looked like the sharper fighter out there for for whatever that's worth all right. Let's move on to the real action on last saturday night which came outside the ring between a definitely not staged and completely organic interaction between devon haney and taffy lopez. Evan haney match rooms. One hundred and thirty five pound titleholder lopez will fight for our under. Eddie.
We Need More Honest Teaching of America's Painful History
"Bryan stevenson. Thank you very much for being on the podcasts. For having us down here in your offices at the equal justice initiative here in montgomery alabama. Thank you. It's great to be with you so before we get to the reason why we're actually down here. I want you to define a term that you see when you go to the legacy museum when you go to the national memorial for peace and justice and that is racial terror. Lynchings have that right. Yes that's right so what we're talking about our lynchings. That were designed to terrorize people. Based on their race. I think popular culture. We have a notion that lynchings were what happened when someone was hanged. And of course lots of lynching victims weren't actually hanged. They were drowned. They were beaten to death. They were shot. they were burned alive. And so when we talk about lynchings we're talking about a category of crime. Committed by groups of people and racial terror. lynchings Are murders crimes committed by groups of people of african americans to terrorize the african american community. there was mob violence. There was frontier justice in many parts of this country where there was no functioning criminal justice system. If someone did something violent or broke the law group might come together to exercise punishment against that person and that respect you would see white people hanged. Ut other kinds of people hang but they weren't trying to terrorize the community. It was typically for a well known violent crime around which there was some group consciousness that someone had to be punished. Black people were typically lynched in communities where there was a functioning criminal justice system. There was no need for frontier justice and in fact hundreds were pulled out of jails and courthouses to be lynched and these lynchings were violence directed. Not just at that individual. But at the entire african american community
Eat These Foods to Boost Brain Health & Reduce Inflammation
"Sean. Welcome back other glad to have year is my pleasure. Always love talking with you man. Let's jump right in. And i wanna talk about top foods for brain health and nutrients. I mean there's so much out there. And i'm sure people come to you for a ton of advice and one of the things that you see especially when people are starting off. They're like which supplement or which thing is the best for that and we tend to overlook some of the most obvious stuff that's right in front of us and i feel like that's what you did a really great job in eat smarter. Is you highlighted the things that it's just easy to overlook and the power of food truly is being medicine not liked medicine but medicine for real right sometimes even better and i want to start off by this study that you mentioned inside of each smarter and it was around alzheimer's and a particular nutrient tell us what that new chain is and how this nutrient was shown to have a significant reversal on our age. Yes so the current size. When we're looking at alzheimer's you know is a really really difficult situation. There's not much as for as peer reviewed evidence on being able to reverse his condition as see much. Improvement is a lot of times. It's trying to slow down the progression but now there's so much evidence coming out in so many wonderful scientists are asking these questions. What can we do. let's try. This thing was try that thing. And the funny thing is is circling back to the world of nutrition. But of course makes sense because your brain is literally made from food and we know today. That alzheimer's is largely tied to this calling. Type three diabetes. This insulin resistance taking place in the brain and so looking at what are the nutrients that help to regulate our insulin response. What a nutrients that help to normalize and he'll brain cells to create neurogenesis and sparked the creation of new brain cells.
"stevenson" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Court administrator Jason Stevenson says judges decide on a case by case basis window offer this option and how many hours conveyor earned All our judges agree that every shot in the arm is a service to the community, and there's time involved and going to a vaccine. Sidelining that transportation, perhaps child care taken time off of work, Stevenson says the county is not tracked how many defendants have taken the deal. According to the CDC, Dawson and Haul counties lagged behind state average for first doses administered for NPR news. I'm Christopher Alston in Atlanta. The CDC is looking into reports of teenagers and young adults with heart inflammation after receiving the covert 19 vaccine. Theeighties unseasoned Vaccine Safety group says there are relatively few reports and the known cases appear to be mild. Mile card itis was seen more often in males. Typically within four days after their second shot follow up is ongoing. The CDC recommends Americans 12 and older get vaccinated against Cove in 19. It's NPR news. United Arab Emirates says it stands ready to facilitate peace efforts between Israel and the Palestinians. Egypt has been negotiating with both sides in an effort to strengthen a cease fire that ended 11 days of deadly fighting between Israel and Hamas. The U. 80 normalized relations with Israel last year. It says it will now work to preserve the ceasefire find new ways to reduce escalation and achieve peace. Concert organizers are apologizing for technical problems that disrupted the virtual return of Britain's glass and very festival Vicki Barker, reports from London,.
"stevenson" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Court administrator Jason Stevenson says judges decide on a case by case basis window offer this option and how many hours conveyor earned All our judges agree that every shot in the arm is a service to the community, and there's time involved and going to the vaccine, sidelining that transportation, perhaps child care taken time off of work, Stevenson says the county is not tracked how many defendants have taken the deal. According to the CDC, Dawson and Haul counties lagged behind the state average for first doses administered for NPR News. I'm Christopher Alston in Atlanta. The CDC is looking into reports of teenagers and young adults with heart inflammation after receiving the covert 19 vaccine. The agency's vaccine safety group says there are relatively few reports and the known cases appear to be mild. My own card itis was seen more often in males. Typically within four days after their second shot follow up is ongoing. The CDC recommends Americans 12 and older get vaccinated against Cove in 19. It's NPR news. United Arab Emirates says it stands ready to facilitate peace efforts between Israel and the Palestinians. Egypt has been negotiating with both sides in an effort to strengthen a cease fire that ended 11 days of deadly fighting between Israel and Hamas. You 80 normalized relations with Israel last year, it says it will now work to preserve the ceasefire, find new ways to produce escalation and achieve peace. Okay? Concert organizers are apologizing for technical problems that disrupted the virtual return of Britain's glass and very festival Vicki Barker reports from London,.
Mets Fire Chili Davis as Hitting Coach
"Late last night. The mets lose again. They've lost their record. Now is eleven and twelve and they make. I think what most teams would be considered to be some kind of a panic move. They fired their hitting coach. Chili davis they fire their assistant hitting coach This is a month into the season. Twenty three games into the season. And i have so many questions about this and i wish that i could give you the answers to but because it happened late last night because not around the team. I don't have as much information. I will get some more but i gotta tell you. This is absolutely the hallmark of a new owner coming in. I've seen this a hundred times. Where new owner comes in and the results aren't as good as Is what what we're expected. And especially with francisco indoor. They spent all this money. They spent all this capital they trade for the all star shortstop he looks terrible at the plate is swing. Looks completely messed up. You know. last week we heard from their second baseman about how in a game You know the hitters didn't have the you know the information on the pitcher that Played out during the course of the game and then over the weekend jess there was this weird by play among the mets hitters. About this new hitting guy donnie. Stevenson coming in like this fake personality and we were trying to figure out what to do with that information on sunday. Baseball in all of it added up. As i said to tim healy of newsday. Before that game on sunday like a coach is going to get fired. It just had that feel of desperation.
Why Hasn't Economic Inequality Between Black and White Americans Budged?
"Our goal going into this was to understand a bit more about the racial wealth. Gap it's been fifty years since the end of segregation and jim crow why hasn't economic inequality between black and white americans budged at all. It brought us back to slavery in everything that grew out of that system. And the truth is that as a country. The united states has never really reckoned with slavery or any of the racist violence and oppression that followed. We have created a narrative of denial. We've created a narrative that says we're not going to talk about the mistakes we make. I think it's because we become such a punitive society. We think we own up to our mistakes. Something bad is going to happen to us. We're going to get punished. And i'm not doing these projects because i want punish america. I want us to be liberated from the change that this history has created. That's bryan stevenson. He's a lawyer. And the executive director of the equal justice initiative in montgomery alabama in two thousand eighteen. Three years ago this month he opened the first memorial to the thousands of black americans killed racial terror lynchings from the end of the civil war up to nineteen fifty the museum and the memorial in montgomery and the national museum of african american history and culture which opened in two thousand sixteen in washington. Dc are steps towards correcting historical record in the us but also universities media companies and investment banks are increasingly owning up to the ways they participated in or benefited from the slave trade earlier. this spring. The virginia supreme court ruled that the city of charlottesville can go ahead and remove statues of confederate soldiers. An effort that's happening around the country but there are plenty of people who choose to ignore this part of america's history and how it connects to the present
Psychic Loses Abilities After Car Crash, Didn’t See It Coming
"A psychic who was caught in a car crash has failed to predict a number of things. tip stevenson. You following the story. I am the psychic call crash. He didn't see that coming gag from every single newspaper. This written about it but a psychic maurice under claims to have lost his psychic abilities and the affected his sex life as well that was also added in. I mean he couldn't see coming in a number of ways as somebody who's recently been in a motor vehicle accident. I am interested in this. I got into a fight with an airbag but it came off worse and is very deflated about the whole thing. I watched that clip on this morning. Which is way he's A paid a couple of times giving psychic predictions and on the show he claimed to do something called face reading which is reading a face then predicting the future which is what the rest of school social interaction and then it gets better. Fan says when you're doing face readings what about if if if someone who's had plastic surgery and then he said this right. Yes i have a friend. Who is a scorpio. But she went to lebron knows fitted. Yes you thought correctly fitted then she became incredibly successful. What's the kiss. Elite bernardo's is in the shape. Some scales i don't know i. I am a libra. I don't know if this is. Are we just going to stop pretending this thing now. Don't get me started on rights. Such a terry and toes look headline like this is not a thing i made. Also the once you enter this sphere. I don't know if you can pick and choose between nonsenses like if you're going into the psychic reading you gotta go into the lieber knows you can't go on this because that's a very gemini thing to do if your psychic reading abilities have survived your car crash so we can verify through anecdotal evidence. Yes they did like literally as soon as it happened. I when i'm going to lose work. Which i did because i was unable to confirm a tv. Show the next day due to having a split lip. So i feel like in many ways. My psychic abilities were fairly heavily
Police Officer Fired After Threatening a Black Army Officer
"Virginia's been fired after body Cam video shows a black army lieutenant getting pepper spray during a traffic stop. ABC Stevenson Saami Traffic Stop was in December and in the police report, one of the officers wrote that the lieutenant was alluding police because he didn't stop right away and his lawsuit. The lieutenant says it was less than two minutes and that he wanted to pull over into this well lit area. He was released with no charges and is now suing the police and federal court. Dario says his constitutional rights were vying Elated protest
Professor Tom Eisman: The Real Reason Why Startups Fail Now
"One of the eternal questions in entrepreneurship is why do so many startups fail here with some answers. Is tom eisman. Who's the howard h stevenson professor of business administration the harvard business school and faculty co chair of the arthur rock center for entrepreneurship thomas. Authored more than one hundred s case studies and his writing has appeared in the wall street journal. Harvard business review in forbes. He's the author of a new book called. Why startups failed tom. Welcome to the show area. Thanks for having me well. How have you been surviving through the pandemic. just great it's A great time to write a book and it turns out. I know i'm ready to yeah plenty of quiet time. So why do startups fail. That's the first question we gotta start with sure Startups fail because they run out of money and they can't raise more Which i guess isn't very helpful. It's like the coroner saying This this person died from loss of blood and so it is because i always say that every business fails because they run out of money and i think that's important because so many entrepreneurs don't value cash flow. They keep looking at sales. So i think it is instructive especially protect startups. Where where there's a tolerance for For losing money under the expectation that if you can big enough you're to make some money but but boy If you get in trouble along the way and you can't raise the next round when you when you're burning through cash you you're on the way failure or you don't listen to customers actually help fund your business in those smaller things that perhaps just a service oriented company exactly so do starts fail also because not. Everyone is meant to be an entrepreneur. I think that over the last. I guess since the internet bubble of the early two thousands. We've kind of romanticized. Starting a business as a get rich. Quick scheme i mean we know we think of mark zuckerberg and elon. Musk is it because sometimes the wrong people start businesses yeah. I don't think there's there's no doubt about that. I think some some sizable fraction of of new businesses fail. Because people aren't cut out for it.
The Real Reason Why Startups Fail
"Well one of the eternal questions in entrepreneurship is why do so many startups fail here with some answers. Is tom eisman. Who's the howard h stevenson professor of business administration the harvard business school and faculty co chair of the arthur rock center for entrepreneurship thomas. Authored more than one hundred s case studies and his writing has appeared in the wall street journal. Harvard business review in forbes. He's the author of a new book called. Why startups failed tom. Welcome to the show area. Thanks for having me well. How have you been surviving through the pandemic. just great it's A great time to write a book and it turns out. I know i'm ready to yeah plenty of quiet time. So why do startups fail. That's the first question we gotta start with sure Startups fail because they run out of money and they can't raise more Which i guess isn't very helpful. It's like the coroner saying This this person died from loss of blood and so it is because i always say that every business fails because they run out of money and i think that's important because so many entrepreneurs don't value cash flow. They keep looking at sales. So i think it is instructive especially protect startups. Where where there's a tolerance for For losing money under the expectation that if you can big enough you're to make some money but but boy If you get in trouble along the way and you can't raise the next round when you when you're burning through cash you you're on the way failure or you don't listen to customers actually help fund your business in those smaller things that perhaps just a service oriented company exactly
Northern Ireland Sees Three Nights of Violence as Tensions Mount
"Easter weekend so renewed violence in northern ireland with petrol bombs thrown and cars hijacked and set alight. The police called for calm after unionists engaged in a so called night of disorder in a suburb. In the city of belfast. The police federation for northern ireland said destroying urine communities was not the way to protest or event or for more on this when are joined by rebecca black. Who's a journalist with press. Association based in belfast. Good morning rebecca. Good to have you with us. Good morning thanks for having me so just recap what happened at the weekend. I mean we're now getting reports that more than forty police officers were injured. And yes i suppose it. Sorta stretch back to last week and there was a stevenson started breaking in londonderry last week they continued on for think. Seven or eight consecutive nights. Ny and then there was also some disturbances on nights. Skirts of belfast. As you'd neutered in the headline and i mean brexit as a part of this however at some more should have complex picture on the grind. Anger has been building within the union. Loyalist communities over the last year over brexit and this week in northern protocol was negotiated to keep northern ireland within the rules to avoid a hard border island the violent and so the system of tech support system i regarded as a border in the irish sea. And there's also anger in the loyalist community which sits back further over what they regard as to tear. Police said this was exasperated. Further last week and the public prosecution public prosecution service took the decision not to pursue not to pursue prosecutions and twenty four members of cimpian for attending the funeral of a senior republican last jin municipal during a period of ed lockdown. When in new was meant to be gathering but estimated two thousand people including leadership of champagne gathered mice. West belfast so the decision to prosecute exasperated that sort of regard to police
I'm a Feminist but... I Love a Good Princess Costume
"I'm a feminist. This week. I sent my goddaughter for her birthday. A series of costumes some of which would gender-neutral including a lion a b. and a pirate which i deemed as gender neutral at set for boys and i thought nah. I'm not having raced. But i was most excited if i'm completely honest about the bell dress from beauty and the beast. I couldn't wait and her mother who also a feminist just sent me a picture of herself holding the bell dress up going wishing me ignored the lion costume the very neutral be the only one i go into the because gm because she's generation said and they want to save the world so to be so. I'm pretty sure she doesn't care about bell. She cares about bees now. I should be proud of her. And of course i am. She's only just turned three very proud that she loves b.'s. Mold princesses because princess is going to save the world. Lapine run for ages. I've done nothing towards it was notchers. Princess diana was always kicks land mines or something but but but red overall. Yeah do more. I mean there are queen bees. Maybe she says can kind of be where great like revenge stress you know. Listen i think stripes is always a revenge outfit sting like that. How is it not revenge or mealy yet. The poor base give the ultimate revenge. Don't they believe after. Arson your arm.
"stevenson" Discussed on Harvard Classics
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"stevenson" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"It is not enough to answer formal questions to reach the truth by communications implies a questioner with share of inspiration such as his found often in mutual love yay and nay me nothing the meaning must have been related in the question. Many words are often necessary to convey a very simple statement for in this sort of exercise. We never hit the gold. The most that we can hope is by many arrows. more or less far off on different sides do indicate in the course of time for what target we are aiming and after an hour talk back and forward to convey the purport of a single principle or a single thought in yet. Wild kurt pie. The speaker misses the point entirely a wordy. Probably gimme nece. Babbler will often add three new offenses in the process of excusing one. It is really a most delicate affair. The world was made before the english language and seemingly upon a different design. Suppose we held our converse not in words but in music those who have a bad year would find themselves cut off from all near commerce and no better than foreigners in this big world but we do not consider how many have a bad ear for words nor how often the most eloquent find nothing to reply. I hate questioners in questions. There are salt. You'll that can be spoken to without ally. do you. Forgive me madam and sweetheart. So far. As i have gone in life i have never yet been able to discover. What forgiveness means. Is it still the same us. Why how can it be. It is eternal different and yet you are still the friend of my heart. You understand me. God knows i should think it highly improbable. The cruelest lies are often told in silence. A man may have sat in a room for hours and not opened his teeth and yet come out of that room of disloyal friend or a vial calumniates and how many loves perished because of pride or spite or diffidence or that. Unmanly shame which withholds a man from daring to betray emotion. A lover at the critical point of the relation has but hung his head and held his tongue and again a line may be told by truth or truth..
"stevenson" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Truth of intercourse by robert louis. Stevenson this is a libra. Vox recording all libra. Vox recordings are in the public domain for more information or volunteer. Please visit libra. Vox dot org. Among sayings that have a currency in spite of being wholly false upon the face of them for the sake of a half truth upon another subject which is accidentally combined with error. One of the grossest and broadest conveys the monstrous proposition that it is easy to tell the truth and hard to tell a lie. I wish heartily at were but the truth is one. It has first to be discovered than justly and exactly uttered even with instruments specially contrived for such a purpose with a foot rule a level laura the auto light it is not easy to be exact it is easier. Alas to be inexact from those who mark the divisions on the scale to those who measure the boundaries of empires or the distance of the heavenly stars. It is by careful method and minute on wearying attention that men rise even to material exactness or two shoe or knowledge even of external and constant things but it is easier to draw the outline of a mountain than the changing appearance of a face and truth in human relations is of this more intangible and dubious order hard to seize ardor to communicate veracity to facts in a loose colloquial sense not to say that i have been in malabar one as a matter of fact i was never out of england to say that i have read said avantis in the original one. As a matter of fact i know not one syllable of spanish. This indeed is easy and to the same degree. Unimportant in itself lies of this sword. According to circumstances may or may not be important in a certain sense even the may or may not be false. The habitual liar may be very honest fellow and live truly with his wife and friends while another man who never told a former falsehood in his life may yet be himself one lie heart and face from top to bottom. This is the kind of lie which poisons intimacy and these the recipe to sentiment truth in relation. Truth to your own heart and your friends. Never feign or falsify emotion that is the truth which makes love possible and mankind. Happy loud the beyond dea is but the.
Man In Critical Condition After Hit-And-Run Crash In Chicago
"Currently in Lombard. We're watching a crash on route 53 North Avenue and again fire activity in university Park at Landau and Union Drive, a hit and run crash in the North Lawndale neighborhood in Chicago, still being investigated at Douglas and Lawndale. Harriet always. They are in good shape. Inbound Stevenson again Heavy on that north bound Dan Ryan ramp also the Dan Ryan on the breaks from the Steven sent up to Roosevelt and roadwork. Westbound. I 88 taking out your two left lanes. Orchard Road to Route 56 until seven o'clock this morning.
4 seriously injured as Chicago shooting leads to crash with street sweeper
"Kennedy just a slight delay in about at Augusta, just under 20 minutes from O'Hare downtown. It's clear in from Montrose and album Lancer Clear to the express lanes in bounder wide open as well. Stevenson. Some work on that exit to the Dan Ryan. It's got it down to one lane, and there's a crash out about on the Ryan at 79th. Now, three right lanes are blocked 25 minutes out to 95th, and that time likely to go up. Bishop forward Outbound salad from 1/30 Steel Bridge. There's a car fire in the right lane. And some gay pers and the inbound lanes to it smelled 33 from the Dan Ryan to 80 94, then in Portage Park. There's Irving Park. Cicero in Milwaukee, all closed for police activity because of that crash earlier this morning, and four people were hurt in that shooting and fiery crash near the six Corners intersection on the Northwest side. It happened around 2 30 this morning at the corner of Irving Park, Cicero and Milwaukee in Portage Park. Police said the car hit a parked a street sweeper, which caused both vehicles to burst into flames. Police say three people inside the car were taken to the hospital in serious condition. One of them a 32 year old woman had been shot three times in the stomach. The driver of the car was taken into custody. Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in the crash. Facebook is adding informational labels to posts about getting covert 19 vaccines as the tech giant tries to counter vaccine related miss information on its
"stevenson" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Fees which i have bought in plain binding avoiding the buying of it better bound because i resolve as soon as i have read it to burn it that it may not stand in the list of books nor among them to disgrace them if it should be found even our day when responsibility is so much more clearly apprehended. The man who wrote the letter would be notable. But what about the man. I do not say who bought a roguish book but who was ashamed of doing so yet did it. And recorded both the doing and the shame and the pages of his daily journal we all whether we write or speak must somewhat drape ourselves when we address our fellows at a given moment we apprehend our character in acts by some particular side. We are married with one grave with another as befits the nature and demands of the relation. Pete's letter to evelyn would have little in common with that. Other one to mrs nip which he signed by the pseudonym of dapper dickey yet each would be suitable to the character of his correspondent. There is no untruth in this for man. Being a protein animal swiftly shares and changes with his company and surroundings and these changes are the better part of his education in the world to strike posture. Once for all and to march through life like drum major is to be highly disagreeable to others and a fool for oneself into the bargain to evelyn into nip. We understand the double facing but to whom was he posing in the diary and what in the name of astonishment was the nature of the pose had. He suppressed all mention of the book or had he bought it gloried in the act and cheerfully recorded his glorification in either case we should have made him out but no he is full of precautions to conceal the disgrace of the purchase and yet speeds to chronicle the whole affair in pen in ink. It is a sort of anomaly inhuman action which we can exactly parallel from another part of the diary. Mrs pete's had written a paper of her to just complaints against her husband and written in plain and very pungent english peeps in an agony. Less the world should come to see it brutally seizes and destroys the telltale document. And then you disbelieve. Your is down the whole story with unsparing truth and in cruelest detail. It seems he has no designed to appear respectable and here..
"stevenson" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note robert louis balfour stevenson an eighteen fifty two eighteen ninety four novelist essayist and poet was descended from a famous family of lighthouse. Builders he was born at edinburgh scotland and was intended for the ancestral profession of engineer abandoning this. He tried law with no better success and finally devoted himself to his destined vocation of letters. Stevenson began his career with the writing of essays then issued to charming volumes of humorous and of travel an inland voyage and travels with a donkey. In the event then collected in his new arabian nights. A number of fanciful short stories. He had been publishing in a magazine in eighteen. Eighty three he. I caught the attention of the larger public with treasure island. One of the best and probably the best written boys story in the language his most sensational success was the strange case of dr. Jekyll and mr hyde but a much. Higher literary quality appears in such novels as the master of voluntary kidnapped and catriona in which he to some extent follows the tradition of scott with far greater finish of style but without scott's fine spontaneity and unconsciousness key published also three small volumes of verse. Some of it of great charm and delicacy stevenson was essentially an artist in words the modern desire for subtlety of cadence and for the rendering of fine shades of expressionist seen in a high degree in all he wrote and his work has the merits and defects that. Accompany this extreme preoccupation with style but he had also great virtues of matter he was a superb storyteller and acute insensitive critic a genial and wholehearted lover of life in the essay truth of intercourse will be found an example of his gracious in. Tactful moralizing in samuel peeps a- penetrating interpretation of one of the most amazing pieces of self revelation in the annals of literature..
"stevenson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation closely monitoring the storm. 280 salt spreaders responding, of course, they will first focus on the arterial routes, the main routes before and Lake Shore drive. Before they move on to the side streets and the expressways. The Edens, the Kennedy, the Eisenhower, the Dan Ryan, the Stevenson the Tollway's they Will. The expressways are plowed by these Illinois Department of Transportation. And the tollway Authority plows the tollway's and those folks will all be out in force tonight to make sure that you can get from point a to point B. And that you can safely get to work tomorrow morning, but keep it tuned to W ls for all the latest on the first big winter storm of the year. The latest in the fight against Cove in 19, Walgreens, Jule Osco Walmarts now scheduling covert vaccine appointments for eligible residents to be eligible. You've got to be aged 65 or older or a frontline essential worker. Such as a teacher or else work in public transit. Or if you work at a grocery store, you can start making your appointments at the Walgreens. Jewel Osco, Wal Mart also intently park tomorrow There will be a Ah Big Vaccine Center opening up at the Chin Lee Park Convention Center. But again, you've got to be one of these groups preferred groups to to be able to get your vaccine so that we can start attacking this dreaded Corona virus, some breaking news regarding the Biden administration tonight. Janet Yellen has been confirmed as Biden's Treasury secretary in an overwhelming Senate vote. She is the first woman to hold the job in the 232 year history of the department. Janet Yellen, of course, the former chairwoman. Of the Federal Reserve. She is expected to play a key role in gaining congressional approval of Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package. Don't be. You are less news time. 5 36 When questions find you Merrill Edge, Self directed investing has personalized tools and insights to help you find answers Get started at Merrill Edge. Com slash within. Reach Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated registered broker dealer member s I P C even is looking pretty good in both directions. Kennedy inbound from all here, 31 outbound. It's 25 Eisenhower in from Thorndale 36. I've found it's 31 Stevenson in from 3 55. There are no delays.
"stevenson" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I always have guessed introduce themselves. Could you introduce yourself sure. My name is mel citizen. I am the sherve under. She ran the prince's power. I made a book called pneumonia. I meet another book called lumber jeans. And i am doing various other things right now that i am excited to one day be able to tell everyone about amazing and pronouns. Wise all is what i think is true. Is that true. Yes i just. I will respond to anything <hes>. He she it's all good for me <hes>. But like yeah whatever whatever feels right to you. I honestly don't mind preference. Do you have a preference. I prefer more than they <hes>. But <hes>. Yeah i don't know this is this is a this is a weird question for me. I'm very new to like <hes>. My gender journey. This is very new as of this year. So i don't have the best answer. But yet he and she are are preferred. I don't know that <hes>. Full first of all. Thank you for answering that. And i know for me that like this is actually. This is also a tough question for me. Because i don't have a specific need and because i don't have a specific need then i feel like saying any one thing is actually kind of limiting where i'm like instructing on something that you know i know some people really do have a strong need love. It love creating space for that. And then i think for me because this has been so this becomes a common question in our community especially on like on a panel or something and they have this haircut. I think there's a lot of assumption and anyway. It's not that i don't want to be asked. I simply feel that. I don't know what to say. I feel exactly the same. And it's something that is so it's like. I suspect that there is like a system of how i want to be referred to but i do like like you said i don't i almost feel like by talking about it at all. I'm like. I'm like drawing attention to the wrong thing it's like for me. Pronouns are sort of like they're part of how i interacted in the world like. I'm actually very bad about 'gendering myself. Because i don't use pronouns for myself just you know i but like it's more about how people refer to me and so when i'm over here doing my own you know gender thing and then someone's like what are you and i'm like i don't know i'm just like i don't wanna like kinda like get really into it and talk about. I just don't know. Yet i just don't like you said i don't have a huge need for how i want to be referred to. It makes you feel good when people care when people put the effort into lake. You know referring to me. In a way that i want to be referred to. But it's like it's a. It's a hard question it's just. It's so much bigger question than it. Seems like i think at first some just still figuring out. Yeah i hear you. Well and also again i would say that the complicated thing about this question and like so many things in life is that it's i think for some people less complicated than others and so and that's true for so many things right like there's there are so many things that people are sure about that. Other people are less. Sure about. And so i think for me. It's like i would never want to take away anybody else's opportunity to be sure about themselves <hes>. But you know i. I think that this is actually part of the core experience. Even pre opponent discussion right. It's like a closed. you wanna wear. How do you wanna wear your hair like. There's a lot of different things about the queer experience that i think you know. Some people like have a real sort of idea of what they're doing and and how they want to be seen in how they want to be understood in them. I think i think some of us don't and i think it's all of that is really great. Actually i think that's human experience rate could it. This is true also for like what do you want to do with your life. Do you believe in. God like all of the questions that are like the big human questions i think it's a sliding scale of understanding. Yeah i think this might be just like sort of anecdotal. But i feel like i've noticed. I've seen a rise in people who are pronounced flexible this past year. Especially and i think there's a lot of that is like you know we're all kind of i think everybody is sort of going through. It might not be gender for everybody. But everybody's kind of going through like we're all stuck at home. We only are interacting with each other over zoom and over the internet and like who. Who am i right now. I'm not having all input from other people in my life from acquaintances people on the street. It's just like you know like like how who exactly in line. How do i want to be perceived how to present myself in this in this space where we're kind of isolated and so i feel like i for me pronouns. It's like they aren't some deep personal thing. There's not like a true part of my soul that is like oh yes. That's how i want to be referred to and for some people it they really do. Have that but for me pronounced more of a tool. So it's like it's when you're going through life like i enjoy being called here because there's a friction there. I don't particularly look or sound like he. And so when someone calls me he that gives me like a little like a thrill because it feels like that tool that pronoun tool is someone who's like paying attention to me in listening to me. I have expressed that. There's a masculine part of me that i enjoy. And they're paying attention to that. And so that makes me happy.
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"Sean. Welcome back to the broken. Bring podcast brother. We re just been chitchat. A little bit. I feel like that was a whole podcast and itself like save. Save save save save. Save it for the audience to get into it and we definitely are so many topics to talk about today. And i was thinking as i was preparing for this <hes>. Interview on my drive up from san diego visiting family. I was thinking. What kind of frame do i want to give this conversation and actually put out a quote that i came across recently from the author james. Nestor he tweeted it once before he wrote this book breath which is really great book. We have on the podcast. When read this quote. And i'm gonna tied into why it's so central to this conversation the first subjects. We're going to get into so this is from albert zafy gory a pri- butcher that a little bit nobel prize winner. 1937 was individual who was responsible for discovering vitamin c as a mechanism inside the body. He says more than sixty years of research on living systems has convinced me that our body is much more nearly perfect than the endless list of ailments suggest its shortcomings are due less to its inborn imperfections then to our abuse it and what i love about. That quote is that. And i posted on instagram this morning. So much of what we think of our body is messing up. Our body is failing us. Our bodies not showing up. How he wanted it to be is much of the by just trying to survive the crazy environment. We've put it in and nothing better describes as inside of your new book. It's smarter than how you introduce the world of fat to us and i'd love to start there so fat loss. Losing fat getting rid of belly fat. It's something that people always think of especially at the time to this. Podcast is coming out. Twenty twenty one. Everybody's like it's a new year. Let me get started. Twenty twenty was a tough one. Takes down the rabbit hole of what we do not understand and get about that. This is so good. And i love that quote so much you know. We're we're in a state where you our system is really focused on malfunction of the human body and not on the grace and the perfection in the beauty of the human body in all the potential you know. An an that's shifting. There's a shift taking place for sure and part of that overall assessment. Because right now we've seen it just run rampant here in the united states. We have about two hundred million citizens who are overweight or obese cry now things populations what three hundred ten. Something they'd it makes no like we can't rationally understand the magnitude of that and right now just shared a study yesterday. That within the next ten years half of the us population will be clinically obese. And we've we've gotten into where we're we're in a battle with fat. We're at war with fad. And i think that the war is a little bit misdirected. And that's wars that something on drugs on everything in that war inherently creates backlash. There's consequences to all of our actions. And i think that there's really just a lack of of well rounded understanding about what fat is because. Here's the the rub. your body. Fat is actually one of the most miraculous important things to your survival into your evolution as a human and so i wanted to start with that premise and kind of dive into fat in. Just open that conversation up because it's evolutionary adaptation that humans have that we've developed over time to be very good at storing fat. Our body fat is there for our survival and it's really really good at doing that. And during times of course we'd experience to our evolution. Where food is scarce. We want that fat to be there to provide a source where we can live to fight another day to see you know scavenger hunt or whatever it is to keep us going and now today however we've gotten we're in a war with this thing that is there for our survival in understanding how miraculous it really isn't so to start at the heart of it. Fat is an first and foremost. And as that's i think a big thing that even people who are in the world of wellness sometimes don't understand it. S just like the way that you would think about the heart. The lungs the brain fat and itself is in oregon. And and when you say it's an organ what are the characteristics of an oregon. That fat has so. This is okay. Psychologically we see fat as like this scattered random droplets of unhappiness at different points of our body right but there there are networks are communities of fat that i talked about in the book and so that i community is storage fats and this is what people are usually trying to target or we're talking about burning fat or getting rid of fat. It's these storage fats. And this goes under the umbrella of these white adipose tissue storage fats and again they're all interconnected and being that it's an organ it creates and produces its own hormones. It has its own receptor sites. It has its own management in cellular communication