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"tod" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

05:49 min | 6 d ago

"tod" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

"5, you know? Yeah. I'm like, okay, they did that with cyberpunk two where they're like, okay, it's a 6. But everyone got mad. I feel like that pushback that everyone getting mad from low numbers. Where it's at this point in time, if you give something a 5, people are going to think, okay, it's the end of the world. It's like fuck you guys. If you guys are just being petty, you know what I mean? Yeah. I had somebody go off about a wait for a sale. That I did. And they were like, well, technical assistance, and I was like, I was looking at it going, you just wrote 6 paragraphs. Because I said, wait for a sale, not in wait for a deep deep sale. It's like just wait for a sale. That shows that people are caught up well beyond. Which is pretty much not a bad game. Yeah, just wait for us to wait for a sale. I think people get, well, I know people get scared. And the reason why I know is I get Twitter DMs. I posted some of the Discord. I never would post names. But I post some of the Discord where people will say, can I say you also disliked it? So they'll be like, hey, what do you think about this game? And I don't really tell anybody anymore because I feel that a lot of times they've taken my data. I've seen it in reviews where I'm like, that's what I said. That person took what I said. And I didn't say you couldn't, but it's like, come on, man. I mean, word for word, my Twitter, but I've got DMs where can I say you also disliked it? And I'm like, dude, if you're that nervous about crowd like hate, maybe you should just turn your comments off or, you know, get an admin who condenses the comment ideas and gives you that. Like SurveyMonkey, you know? Because if you're that worried, you're gonna, it's gonna affect your, it's gonna affect your judgment process. And I'm starting to see that a lot. And it's a little bit a lot of facets in life too. In life, yeah, it has nothing to do with just games. So obviously there's a tribalism where people like to be a part of a group or whatever, but not only that, people like to be a part of a group and whatever support the group and that's all fine and dandy, you know, your PlayStation guy you support place or whatever. But they have the tendency to then shit on the other side. They love going on crusades, going on crusades to defend their thing, but like hate on the other groups, you are your PlayStation finding, you have to hate Xbox. Have you ever seen those guys who are like, I'm independent, I'll think like myself. Yeah. Nobody wants to be that. But here's the thing, if you are, you're with the other group who says they're independent who thinks. So you're in a group. You are identifying with a very particular group by saying you're not a part of a group. We're all that way. It's not a magical monkey. No one really wants to be the black sheep, dude.

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Reality stars Todd and Julie Chrisley sentenced to combined 19 years in prison for bank fraud, tax evasion

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Reality stars Todd and Julie Chrisley sentenced to combined 19 years in prison for bank fraud, tax evasion

"A reality TV show couple has been sentenced to prison for bank fraud and tax evasion The new reality for Tod and Julie chrisley his and her prison terms a federal judge in Atlanta has hit Todd chrisley with 12 years in prison while Julie chrisley will do 7 It will also have to serve three years of supervised release afterward and pay restitution in an amount to be determined later The couple became famous for their show chrisley knows best but the fed say they engaged in a huge bank fraud scheme to top that off authorities say they hid their wealth from the IRS while

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Doug Mastriano: What Led to FBI Raid of Pro-Life Leader

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Doug Mastriano: What Led to FBI Raid of Pro-Life Leader

"Can you give us some background on what happened what led to this raid? Yeah, apparently about a year ago, there was an instant in between us. So the victim, of course, here is the guy we're speaking about, Mark. He's a sidewalk counselor at a clinic. And apparently one of the pro abortion counselors got into an altercation with the Mark 12 year old kid and apparently I guess he was the protagonist was pushing around whatever and fell over. And district court in Philadelphia through the case out. That's not good enough for Joe Biden though, so Joe Biden is now using a fair federal charges in federal agents to enforce this law. Now look, that's fine, but show up with two or four agents and discreetly going with a couple cars, cars and do what you have to do. But this is obviously Tod. It's designed to send a signal per Joe Biden's awful horrific speech and independence hall last month here that political opponents here that he is going to go against us and he wants us to sit down and comply. No,

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We Need to Know Everything That Happened at Mar-A-Lago

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:51 min | 4 months ago

We Need to Know Everything That Happened at Mar-A-Lago

"Early on, the Justice Department said, well, we can't really tell you what we were looking for unless president Trump wants to release it, but we're really not quite sure he was going to do that. So but it's really up to president Trump. So president Trump comes out and says, release the affidavit. Go ahead and open it up. We got nothing to hide. And then all of a sudden, the FBI comes back and says, well, we really, yeah, we really don't want to do it after all. We're not going to release anything after all. It said there's just too much, it might affect some other investigations. We've got. So yeah, we're just going to back off of that. So now the judge is going to decide. And honestly, what needs to happen is it needs to be released. We need to know everything that was going on at Mar-a-Lago. That's what needs to happen. Because look, if the president, if former president Trump is guilty of harboring top secret information, information that could have led to the destruction of America, we need to know about that. If in fact, that information that would have led to the destruction of America and the FBI knew it for 18 months and did nothing, yet we need to know about that as well. So there's a lot we need to know about what happened down there. And I don't, for a New York minute, believe president Trump did anything illegal. You say Tod how can you say that? A very simple. You look at the man's record. He's never been arrested, never been charged with a crime. Oh yeah, there are a lot of people out there making all sorts of allegations, but at the end of the day, president Trump has never been charged and we know that plot after plot after FBI planned plot has been dismissed as fake.

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Voice of the Martyrs' Todd Nettleton Describes Religious Persecution in China

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 11 months ago

Voice of the Martyrs' Todd Nettleton Describes Religious Persecution in China

"Back. We're talking to Tod nettleton voice of the martyrs. And we're talking about China and the Olympics. I want to ask you again, Todd, you know, there's so many I know there are many Christians in China, but they're underground. It's the underground church. And many people are being enticed to make this devil's bargain that'd be part of the official church. Now the official church to say sanctioned church means, in a sense, you can be a Christian as long as you're not an actual Christian. We'll let you go into that building and do your little thing, but don't ever don't ever question the power of the state. So it's really a devil's bargain. And yet there are many scores of millions of actual Christians in China, but they're in what's called house churches. Can you talk a little bit about what that is? Yeah, we typically talk about the registered church and the unregistered church. And so like you say, the registered church agrees to come under the control of the communist government. One of the basic principles of communism is there is no God. But if you worship him, you have to do it in our way and our churches like you say are approved buildings with our approved leaders. Then we talk about the unregistered church. And they are Christians who say the head of the church is not the Communist Party, the head of the church is not Xi Jinping. The head of the church is Jesus Christ. That's who I'm going to follow. And those are the ones who are singled out for the worst persecution, but something that has happened in recent years is even within the register church. There have been incidences of persecution. There have been church buildings destroyed. There have been pastors who have been forced out of their pastorate because they got a little too biblical, a little too following Jesus instead of following the Communist Party. And so, you know, the story we used to hear ten or 15 years ago was if all the house churches would just register there would be no persecution. Everything would be fine. But the lie of that has come out in the last couple of years because even within the registered churches, pastors are being pressured, churches are being

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Chuck Todd Interviews Georgia Voters in a 'Sour Mood' About the Country

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 11 months ago

Chuck Todd Interviews Georgia Voters in a 'Sour Mood' About the Country

"I'll meet the depressed I gotta watch my tongue with this This is schmuck Tod I guess Did you notice he was wearing a tiny jacket mister producer Yeah Look like he should be selling popcorn in a movie theater but that's just me and I think those guys are hard workers as a matter of fact Butter yes or no Imagine doing that for 12 hours mister producer and the minimum wage But anyway chuck Todd they interviewed Georgia voters To find out what they have to say Cut sex go Whole world is just It's a mess With the coming midterms likely a referendum on President Biden voters are in a sour mood This week I traveled to Georgia The state that clinched control of the Senate for Democrats I think there's still a lot of separation A lot of divide We're kind of on a tipping point of polarization I wish we could just Shut up in like agree and listen to each other As to describe America in their own words and our NBC News poll voters use the words divided negative lost bad and downhill I think it's just getting harder to live that American Dream You seem to be a little bit disappointed I am The majority of his voting block I feel that he's ignored us Do you think that President Biden has fought hard enough for the priorities of black voters I do not America's divided I wonder why

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"tod" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

Celebrate Community Church

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"tod" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

"We always want to go back to what is familiar. We want to go back to. What is familiar even if the familiar is a dysfunctional family or slavery fears the last thing from which we are freed when we are fearful. We want the familiar. But god is always calling us forward. Exodus fourteen fifteen. Tell the israelites to go forward now. By the time you get to the end of our passage today an exodus. Fourteen thirty one. You got a celebration. You hear a statement. That feels a little bit like me telling you about my happy ending a my story. And my long happy marriage. So the people feared the lord and believed in the lord and in his servant moses. It's a great moment right. It's a great story. I mean just think about the story if you don't remember it so huge. The israelites have been in slavery for four hundred years. Four hundred years. They've been slaves. Godson's moses moses still pharaoh to let my people go and moses and pharaoh is stubborn time after time after time after time ten times says no until finally in this horrible night called. Passover finally allows the israelites to go. He says go six hundred thousand of them leave he lets six hundred thousand slaves leave and he's and they send them off to the promise land. Well they'll get to be able to become a new nation that will be god's own presence in the world exodus. Thirteen says god knows their hearts knows that they are fearful so he says that if he sends them by the way of ancient foes the philistines ancient foes. These were people who had been there four hundred years ago that they might get afraid and go back so what god does is he sends them another way he sends the must safer route route. That goes right into the cul de sac. That is the red sea. So here's six hundred thousand of a marching up to the edge and they fund in front of them as an entire sea and they look at moses and they think we're not very good swimmers but here we are and they turn over and they look behind them and they realized that coming over the hill are the chariots from farrow. Who did the math and figure it out. It wasn't good for his bottom line to let six hundred thousand slaves go so we sent the army after them and so here. They are caught between the red sea on one side and the chariots on the other side. And they're caught in the middle of this place with no way out and they do with the people of god have done throughout history whenever they are caught in a difficult place like this. They blame the leader moses. This was your idea. we didn't want to go. You're the one who talk about freedom. All we wanted was oh some more straw for the bricks or something. We wanted a longer lunch hour. We wanted to serve the egyptians we we were okay. This was your idea. You're the one who brought us out here. Look all in favor of going back. Let's let's cut a deal now. I think they got an idea. We could probably negotiate from here. Let's go back moses. I don't know why you've got us into this. Why would you rather us die in the wilderness. Moses says stand firm and watch what god will do and god does he parts that red sea and they walk through on dry ground over and over and over again. The scripture says dry ground. I mean it's so part. It's not even a puddle like they walk through into ways only god could have made a way through. They get themselves all the way they're going to the other side and here come those chariots. Those terrorists are smart..

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"tod" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

Celebrate Community Church

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"tod" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

"Everybody this is keith. I'm the founding senior pastor of celebrate church in sioux falls south dakota and this is our podcast i just wanna say thank you for joining us and it is my prayer. That this week's message will truly encourage you enjoy comoran. I've got to tell you that. I have a little bit of like meeting that baseball team from california and you throw a new hitter against the team from california so for crying out loud. Now i get to go back and talk smack. This is all working. Good good for me. I just want to thank you all for letting me be here with you. This has been great fun. I have this great privilege getting to work with the team and the pastors of this church and they are an amazing amazing group of people and this is a tremendous congregation today. I'm going to bring passage. That comes from right out of the old testament. It's the it's the greatest miracle in the old testament. This is the greatest miracle until you get to the resurrection of jesus. This is the big one. It's the exodus. It's the experience where god reaches in and saves a group of his people who have been sleigh enslaved in egypt for four hundred years after four hundred years of slavery god sends moses to get them freed. They are free they head to the promised land and they are on their way now in the story where i'm going to pick it up. In the scriptures. They are facing the red sea and phero has decided that after leading six hundred thousand of his slaves go that might not be a good idea economically to his bottom line so he's decided to go back and get them and he sends the army out to get him so here they are. They got the see on one side. They got the chariots coming on the other side. And we step into the scriptures as pharaoh. Drew nearer ferro with his chariots. the israelites looked back. And there were egyptians advancing on them in great fear. The israelites cried out to the lord. They said the moses was it because there were no graves in egypt. That you've taken us away to die in the wilderness. What have you done to us. Bringing us out of egypt is not is not the very thing that we told you in egypt. Let us alone and let us serve the for. It would have been better for us to serve the egyptians than to die in the wilderness. But moses said the people do not be afraid stand firm see the deliverance. The lord will accomplish for you today and for the egyptians whom you see today you shall never see again and the lord will fight for you and you have to keep still then. The lord said to moses. Why do you cry out to me. Tell the israelites to go forward. But you lift up your staff and stretch out your hand over the divide. It that the israelites may go into the sea on dry ground. Then moses stretched out his hand over the sea the lord drove the sea back by a strong east wind all night and turn the dry land and the waters were divided. The israelites went into the sea on dry ground. The waters forming a wall for them on their right and on their left the egyptians pursued and went into the after them all faeroes chariots and horses and chariots drivers. Then the lord said to moses stretch out your hand over the sea so the water may come back upon the egyptians and upon their chariots and drivers so moses stretched out his hand over the c don t returned to. It's normal depth. The egyptians fled before it the lord..

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"tod" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"tod" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"Word crucible really comes from a lot of leadership lang's literature in leadership literature they'll talk about there are moments of crisis in businesses and organizations that are defining and that this is the moment where you the crucible is where you discover your character and when i wanna say that what we need to do. When we're taking people through something like twenty twenty or any change any disruption. Is that what you're going to discover is what you're made of and what you need to discover. Is that what you're made of needs to be made into something more resilient stronger more flexible wiser that. We need to take advantage of moments like this for transformation. Thank you for that. That is Hopeful and then also a good self reflection on what. What was you know we got bumped. We got bumped in twenty twenty so what came out. what what what. What does that say about our character and What do we need to make. So i know you've touched on Touch on a bit already. But i'd like to park for a minute or two if we could on stress so Act about taking the stress out of the the piece of steel as as being formed so In this next question is hitting on that. So what role does or should stress play in the process of becoming resilient. And how should we view the heat That's produced during the stressful times. What what what is at. What's a reframing of stress that we should look at so this urban but the community in los angeles actually the president of it is a woman. Who's a blacksmith. And i went to her studio and i asked her these questions and she said that she put it this way. Every time you pound on deal you hammer into steel. You actually not only hammered into shape. You hammer stress into the steel distressed. That makes a leader stress. Makes us stronger and the stress comes from the hammering. So think of the heat the vulnerability that allows you to receive shaped by. The hammering stress makes a leader the hammering. So that happens either in leader in the practices we talked about or actually in the very practice of leadership. Because here's the weird irony right. If i make a chisel and i found into steel until till strong and tempered every time i use that chisel at in a tool i keep adding more stress to the tool so she looked at me and she said if we keep pounding on this deal we will eventually.

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"tod" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"tod" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"There was a pastor who had a whole church walkout on him a harvard grad who took over an organization with depleted funds and tarnished credibility. But one person that you mentioned earlier in the interview already I'd like you to kind of expand on an in You you speak about him. Several times in the book and dr martin luther king junior I'd like you to to kind of zero in on that. A little bit or zoom in x. should say a. What was it about him. That demonstrated tempered resilience. I think sometimes today we sit back and think. Oh my gosh. He was a holiday made after him. You know he was of course he was assassinated and either hero in must have just done. It's everybody must have just you know. Support him cheer them on. Oh my gosh not even close. He was looking a movement that was beautiful and transforming the country and it had opposition on every side. There were people who were literally thought that his his Techniques of nonviolent protests were too much. I mean literally. He got arrested in birmingham for leading a group of church people dressed in their sunday. Best quietly through the streets of birmingham alabama on good friday simply to say. Hey we need better right and they. They arrested him through in jail and all the pastors in the town wrote a letter against him saying that he was stirring up too much trouble. Like that's one side and then he also had people on the other side. We're saying stuff like we need to turn to violence. Burn this place down. And he's old the middle and what it took for him as a kind of resilience that needed to be cultivated by a set of practices every single day and so one of the things that you joined his nonviolent movement. You had to commit to ten practices that you do every day in order to stay anchored and transformed and growing your character so that you could face wisely and calmly and faithfully the opposition with their commitment to.

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And why i feel that her to you is a really great album is that he's unencumbered by the fear of his true self being known it's known it's up there so he can now go right record. That is one hundred percent about himself and not about a character you know. He doesn't have to hide behind the character. We know everything now. Let's see seventy years old. You know well about. I felt like in western stars. He continued that conversation. Said there was a point right. That if i if you cared about me i was going to push you away because that it's good And it's gotta be weird to be. Bruce springsteen i guess you know that's not a normal existence to be ranked springsteen. It's like him michael jordan and obama. Like what anywhere in the world that you go like you can't just like go. Get a cheeseburger. Like you're always going to be bruce springsteen and i think as an artist whose job it is to discern the world and make sense of it for our entertainment. It's a hard notion you know that you can't belong to the world in that same way that you could when you were twenty four twenty five twenty six years old and could really observe it. You almost have to take it from character point of view. Because you don't get that that human interaction you you can't surprise a person like bruce springsteen walk in my house right now i would collapse. Yes yes number one. I have a guard gate. seven how he got along. I have kept you along. I apologize. I appreciate so much. Is there anything. I should've asked you that. I haven't. Oh gosh things. So you know. I think the i think my fandom though and how it how it rolled into this character that i've written this. You know these books in my new book blow desert. That's coming out right after this. Show airs. bruce. If you're bruce springsteen fan you will actually see the influence Stories that i tell in the books that i right. Even when i'm writing about a you know a fake jewish hitmen which is a weird thing. Severi weird thing yes. The book is the low desert win. Is it supposed to be out. It comes out february seconds. Okay and available where all fine books can be found yes serve everywhere and that's that is good okay. We want to happen that Far let you go You've already talked about j armstrong but he is an honors english teacher every a lot of beef with the man. The last vampire He does He takes two days of his honors english class and they breakdown thunder road Talking about all the imagery and the Themes of the song as if it was appointed Compared it's over frost than than at the end of the two days in class. He asked this mary in the so todd. That your question. Does mary get in. The car woman is getting into a car with a man who says you're just all right..

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"One of them just died the other planning it right now you know and you know to pay such profound respect and not be afraid of showing concrete emotion in the simplest form possible which is to honor that person by using their art. That's so so powerful. And i think that's what bruce has its were. Jason is boas Great art does no matter. What is it makes. You feel like you're not alone in this world with whatever struggle that you have and you know that that song the it gets easier but it's not easy you can you know he's talking about his bratty. You're thinking about it as released your personal health. I think about it as it relates to my personal health. I think about as relates to letting go of anger of something less. I've been pissed off about for twenty five years. I'm gonna stop being mad at my mom stopping mad at my dad. They're both dead. I should have a good relationship with them. You know whatever it might be exactly and sometimes it takes art to be the thing that makes you make that decision. And that's a powerful weight that artists bear but as a writer. You know Particularly these last four years you know. I do a lot of opinion. Writing read a lot of op-eds essays and things like that for newspapers And i feel like it's important to do and people people say like well. Aren't you afraid you're going to alienate some portion of your audience. Will my audience is not as important as mike humanity or my empathy. Or what's right and what's wrong. And so if i get out and you know in front of an issue anti-semitism and write an essay in a major newspaper about it. I'm not cared of anti-semites are gonna right. Hey go ahead keep hunting but you know i believe artists have to stand up and speak for those that are unwilling or unable to talk for whatever reason it could be. Emotional dramatic could be physical. Well i get a joke..

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"He's like a walking talking. Make a wish foundation just a. He's a wonderful dude. I love loves family of his wife. Loves kids Here's the thing brad. Meltzer changed my life In a win he approached me to To work on the house of secrets together He was like i. I need some help with something. You need some help with something and it was true Like i needed to learn how to read commercial fiction and he wanted to understand character better. You didn't feel like he wrote characters while he should or could. I remember him saying that in interview course at the time i did not know you and i we. We hit not connected but he said todd's of really good at character right. I really good at plotting xactly. And and he really taught me how to plot and he taught me how to write commercial fiction. And i feel like i taught him how to do character. So that when the you know when the escape artists came out. I was like dude. You listened like you've got it you know zig a great character and you like you understand how to write an outlandish story centered on a real person and that was like that was the thing that i that. He knew that he needed help with. And this tells just a bit about the guy like he recognized. He had a problem and he was going to say act. I mean the james patterson. I'm just gonna hire other people to write my books and when we when we wrote house the secrets of their my wall It was a true one hundred percent partnership and we learn how to fight. We had to learn how to disagree. We had to learn how to Tell the other person like hey man. That sentence sucks and that's hard to do because we're both pretty Pretty type a. with our own work into have another person's fingers in like when it's not done yet is unusual experience and It was harder than we thought it would be The reward was great. And you know. I had always been a pretty good selling writer. But the house of secrets was huge. Knows a big downer huge bestseller on the best seller lists for like six weeks or something and it changed my life and it..

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"On earth does this happen. Yes this is absurd. This doesn't make any sense to me. He's like look. You gotta get over it because it's weird that you're just sitting there staring at the man he's like you've published nine books and you're scared to talk to lawrence block. It was like people didn't have to deal with by having shakespeare. Show up after their play. You know guess yes. Talk about stuff so that was. That was a good one but so we became friends and then last year he contacted me and he said hey. I'd love for you to write a short story for me for a book that i'm doing about about colleges i want to write. I wanna particularly in theology about crime on college. Campuses will you. Will you write something. And so. I wrote a short story for him. Called goon number four about a like a black ops special Maybe seal type dude. Who retires and goes to community college and the transition is not a smooth one. But he's the goon in the back like he's not the number one hit man he's like the guy who holds the briefcase okay and so i sent him. The story and i was really nervous. I was like god like this is like like that story does not exist if i hadn't spent thirty five years of my life reading this man's bugs s and so i sent it off to him and i don't hear back from for a couple of days and i was like okay. Oh god he hates it. Oh my god. I can have someone contact me and tell me. I'm not in the book and said that the money and all that stuff a wrote back. This is one of the best short stories of ever read. You should turn this into a novel. This is remarkable. In jesse. I swear to god i cried at my desk. I think at my desk just like he likes me. It was just is just remarkable but this is this. Is the thing like when you're when you're in this business. We were all. The people are picked last. Kickball doesn't matter. What age gap every single crime writer. Big elastic kickball except for gregg hurwitz. He's always uniquely fit and so we all speak the same sort of language of the loser in lawrence block. That what's funny is Harlan kovin was here in dallas. Doing a several years ago Wind bruce was on broadway and So he's doing a book signing and he does a reading and then he re you know he's okay. Do we have any questions. Put my hands sheets up right away. And he's like yes you in the back. Are you getting tickets. To see bruce on broadway any and he starts laughing. That was not the first question. I thought i was again. Yes i am working to get tickets of like okay. Thank you sir. He's a huge fan. I'm yes all like. They're the crime writers. That i know i think the majority are bruce springsteen fans because you know a song like You know across the border. You know something like that..

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"It was sort of the history of american noir in detective fiction. And i just learned to read and those books in. They're pretty easy to read. It's not in a lot of complex metaphors to i walked up and shot a guy in the head and robert parker spencer. Books are very i mean. They are all dialogue. they're fun you just. It is like eating potato chips. I just love and robert robert. Burke was a huge influence on me too. I'm right now. If i turned my computer around and show you a photo of teenage me in robert parker and him signing my copy of a catskill eagle which i cork board But so you don't. I was reading those books as my young adult fiction. That was like the there weren't john. Green wasn't thing you know thirties. So if you want to read books you're reading adult fiction or you're reading kids books. So i read all those books and just inhaled them. And i've always loved the anti hero anti-heroes or my thing and so lawrence block naturally appealed to me his humor the depth of his characterizations so lawrence walk on more leonard dengue west. Like the. that's my. That's my mount rushmore chair. And so i always wanted to write about you know a the wanted to challenge of. How do you make a bad guy. The hero like how bad guy in such a way that readers find empathy amendments. That was an idea that had gone in my head for very long time And so over the years. You know. I i read you know. Probably sixty of his books you know just a an absolute ton of and at the same time my brother who had mentioned He started publishing books as well and he mourns blocked became friends and then he introduced block to me and we became friends as well What i remember most. There's a moment in time where i was like. How is this my life like how how my experience. We're in seattle for some sort of book conference. I was there. My brother lee was there in lawrence. Walk was there in. Lee was like hey we should which she gets dinner lawrence like how can can i come along and i was like spot. Come along ballard's into long almost half of course and so like we're we're walking to dinner distorted talking about you know whatever is talking about and hearing scudder talk. Yes you're having a conversation with scudder as your as you're walking to the fish place on the water and then we're sitting there at dinner and i'm not a shy person. i like. i can talk to anyone. My brother is like me on steroids. He also not a shy guy. Terrible musical tastes as as before. So the three of us are at dinner and lee lawrence walker talking. And i'm just i'm staring at. Lawrence watt eating a steak and. My endurance gets up to the bathroom or something. My brother's like why aren't you talking. And i was like. Because i'm thirteen years. Old and learns block is a dinner. With how.

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Like you know and i think the thing that what the current record shows Is that when. He's focused and feeling something deep emotional and has something important to say man. It's gonna come out and you're gonna feel it and it's going to arrive with some with some power I just don't get that vibe. When he seeing about the destruction of the meadowlands and i think because It was on a three years ago. I was diagnosed with colon cancer. But that was on my playlist. Whole giving your best shot run what you got from that persona john I what i find. Interesting right is We joyce millman is a She's done tv writing into a critic in in when western stars came out. She wrote a really beautiful column about why it was that the album. She wanted And we actually. I had her on the podcast and she explained that she wanted an angry. She wanted a magic the trump administration and she just wrote this beautiful column about Bruce knew better than i did. Because i like the idea and letter to you. There's a few comments about trump. But he didn't go overboard focusing on this You know the only time. I've gotten angry because i have no problem if someone says You know they didn't like western sars. They didn't get it or didn't get the seeger sessions or i didn't like devils and Strident ball you know. I didn't like the irish dinner. Whatever the only time i got mad is someone on facebook on sunday posted that we should all admit that you know letter to you is not very good. He doesn't have his voice anymore. And tonight we ride in any said and he he needs to stop. Deluding his legacy. No god and i said okay. It's one thing if you don't like the album but there is nothing this man can do to delete his legacy as thing i mean he would have to actually kill priest. Children would be like. Yeah but the seventy one years before that were pretty great right like yeah like bill cosby destroys. There's not like right like bill cosby right but there are people to stay despite all the michael jackson. They look at his music. And he's like you can't do that. So that's amazing. Are one of the things i liked. Preference is the amount of time. She seemed bruce's not a fair barometer. Of how big of a fan. You are but for the record. Do you know how many times you've.

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Disguise became a song that we both loved. It's not really a song. That young lover should add in pragman. But just like bruce says you into song that changes in time to paint on who you hear it with new wit but like that and then it became that era in the nineteen nineties mid mid late nineties. I really got into tunnel of love like when people weren't into tunnel of love. I was deep into tunnels And i really liked lucky town and human touch in like some of the songs on those records are hard to hear because of the bad late nineties production But rabbi by that point it became eye soundtrack for writing you know it was starting my career and it was just always on in the background and then i just became a just a total obsessive and i just i just lost it. Is there one moment where you kind of tipped over or was it just a a series of just listening and all of a sudden. You've you've become this passionate fan. I don't know. I mean. I think probably there comes a point where you stop caring what other people think and so when i was into punk music and all that stuff like it wasn't cool for me to be like. Hey did you guys did. Did you listen to on the tangent. Listen to the river like no hidden. We were at the suicidal tendency show and so once you stop caring what anyone thinks about your musical tastes than it became a lot easier and then it turned out on my friends. Were into it at the same time to. So probably you know probably in my mid twenty s probably twenty five twenty six. You know when. I was living with my girlfriend who had become my wife. And you know you start to you. Start to hear different things in the songs you start to want different things. I was less. You know. listen gangster rap at that point In more interested in a person talking. About the feelings that i had. And this is the interesting thing about about sort of the evolution of of phantom for bruce springsteen i you like him for the anthems then you like him for how he's able to talk about you know trump and the human experience and so of course different songs hit at different times Now that being said wrecking balls always terrible. But.

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Enough to save listened to a couple of other podcast with me but i feel like western stars is Could be a collection of elmore leonard short stories at has that feel so in so i appreciate the idea that in in his music is very it. It is very visual righted. He does create characters there Week my my buddy salmon. I talked about that often. The women his songs have passed right off. And we'll talk about you know will will like You know will drop your kids off. Your mom and i realized that's not his Song but he'll talk Like in glory days after he was the kids to bed. Early this So as you're going through a are you. Are you listening to the other albums are you. Okay yeah i mean i. I had And this is probably true for a lot of people like you saw from thirteen to eighteen. I probably wasn't listening to reading obsessed right. Because i was too busy listening to the replacements in right But i was working in record. Stores always worked in record stores my entire Shiftless life. I worked in record stores. Okay And so i was getting into all the old stuff listening to it and my uncle Who's ryder. but before he was a writer he was a big dj in seattle Like he was the like he was the howard stern of seattle in the sixties and seventies. His name is berlin hair. And i remember we had gone fishing together up in spokane and he was like well. What are you listening to right now. And this is. I was probably sixteen or seventeen at the time and getting into I'd moved from british goth to american ponder Replacements type stuff. And so i was like. Oh i'm into the replacements. Listen to rem You know. I'm a do all these bands. Everything that you think that they're doing that's new. Comes from one guy. And that one guy is bruce springsteen like if you if you think paul westerberg is talking about the working man in the middle class you gotta go listen to born to run not just the song was the whole out. Go listen to darkness go listen to nebraska reciprocally and so i remember when i was seventeen years old going and getting darkness on the edge of town. Listen to that. 'cause i like the title as cool title listening to that whole record and being completely blown away and also recognizing like oh yeah like. This is a very clear. Aesthetic line from darkness on the edge of town to You know soul asylum or whatever right and you also like jane's addiction and bands like that as well But so then going from darkness and then and then Getting into the river and it was. Probably gosh i was probably twenty twenty one when i started obsessively listening to the river to the point where people are like and not just the record i specifically the song like over and over and over and over again trying to divine what. I do not know And so it was sort of a steady indoctrination and then by the time i was about twenty five forty nine now just to give you a time line. By the time. I was twenty five my lovely wife. Who time was my lovely girlfriend. Like you know like all we played in the house was springsteen in neil young's harvest moon record like that like somehow that became the soundtrack in our house as i was you know as we had just moved in with each other and i don't know why and i don't know how but a song like brilliant..

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"The character quotes him. And it's interesting it. It's really well done of i. I liked it a lot in. I'm you know as cool So i'm gonna go back to bruce for a minute i promise back to writing to So you you you said you've got dancing in the dark. So you've got the born in the usa i- cd this was. This is nine hundred ninety four so set. I had the cassette. Yeah i might have had the record. Yes a might have the record Either i did or my sister did. Because i can all of a sudden i can see myself sitting on the floor looking at the picture while listening to it. Yeah do by the way you dear description about him trying to find himself. I last week. I talked to a guy who is a massive. Vg's fan We talked an hour and a half. And he is. He's actually trying to do a springsteen and i documentary except bg's and i yeah documentary tuna and yeah and i thought about that. I've never put that connection for The john travolta character inside your night. Fever could be singing dancing in the dark. Yeah yeah well you know. The i think the thing about the usa album as an as an entry drug Is it. it's sort of like a hits record of everything that's come before it to like you get it. S like the anthems boring usa. While you're gonna like born to rat race if you like my hometown you're gonna like darkness on the edge of town whatever it might be if you hate Let's onto a hate. I don't really like darlington county on that song. it's hatred county. You might hate you know something else. Candies room In so you know like once. I got hooked on it and one once i started to really listen to the lyrics in pay attention to the characters in it and this is this is the important thing for me is like i..

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"With all of my star wars action figures and i would have united have like a hundred you know action figures army men and all that crap and i would have these complex stories about their lives going on silently in my head laid out across my bed and so even before i could read and before i could write. I had narrative. And that's probably because i was read to a lot as a child. I watched lot tv as we all did But there's there's a lot of studies that talk about how dyslexic view the world how to select six understand narrative structure from a very young age because they have to in order to make sense of the world's make since the chaos of story basically So once i was able to read pan it took off. I was writing stories almost immediately from from that point on And by the time my first book came out in two thousand my first book was a novel. called a fifth cheat You know had already published. You know fifty or sixty stories and a bunch of essays and stuff and i was only twenty nine but i i felt then that That was in a race to make up for those years where i couldn't read and couldn't right and I i've never viewed writing as a as a chore. I view it as a joy. Because i i know what it means to not have it you know and i i think that changes my point of view is a writer. I think he changes my point. View teacher of writing have is a gift. This thing that we do and not everybody not. Everybody has that gift. That's well said and i was lucky I learned to read fairly early. I don't like not before kindergarten or anything. I i can vaguely remember going to the see. Jane know books but I always was a quick once. I learned to read. I was very quick. And i in. I grew up reading tons of comic books. In like you know by My mom to this day says that You know. Jesse would spend his last dollar buying a book for a kid because he just read books so much as a kid running though I i had that passion and I i wanna spend a little more time talking about writing but My bruce fans are going. Okay jesse enough of the writing talk about so you grew up in california. Todd was it. Was your family musical. Did where there are a lot of music fans there. No so my older brother lee. Since the worst taste in music all he listens to or tv soundtracks and so he was crap for me growing up. He wasn't able to deliver any bottom. Mike toast in. It like literally. Mike boasts believe it or not logging on unimaginably. Bad taste okay. I had two older sisters as well. And you know they were a lot of shaun cassidy springfield lot of A lotta crystal gayle was My mom My mom was a big band fan. And it's funny a lot of times. When i when i listen to your show you will talk about their parents being big band fans but my mom actually dated artie..

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Podcast with the tv actor rider. Strong and julia pistol called literary disco. That has been around since two thousand twelve. Which was you know. I i think we recorded it on uniform and mailed it to me and you know i. I've made an entire career out of out of writing it's been it's been very Cool way to have. All of my dreams achieved all everyone. Well not all i ever wanted to do. Most all i ever wanted to do was be writer. If i had my druthers about it. I'd also play first base for the oakland a.'s. And i do a little quarterbacking for the raiders. Backup quarterback. I don't wanna get hit but i can. You know i'll i'll tell derek carr how to read it cover to because he doesn't know how i'll do any of that stuff. I'm happy to help but you writing has always been something that That wanted to do music though is is a huge passion of mine But i can't play and i can't sing I mean my wife could confirm that they really cannot sing right. Because i am just constantly walking around. The house with noise cancelling headphones on bellowing lyrics. And she's like. Yeah that's not it's not gonna work on the. I think it's interesting that you know. Writing is the family business and I have a friend named tom zoeller. Who is a A artist Has started writing. He's written some my little pony comics. He's done three or four comic series of his own where he written andrew and he talked about growing up from the moment he could hold a crew on that he knew the only thing he ever wanted to withdraw out. There was no like when he Was going to college You know he. He wanted to go to the acute school like you know. I have no interest in going to any other university. This is all i want to do. I think it's kind of neat. That you've just have always known you wanna right and you know the thing is is. I was profoundly dyslexic as a child. I didn't. I didn't learn to read until i was over. Ten years old okay. I was so dyslexic that i thought my name was dot for a long time. You know that was a a six year old southern woman named dot but the the inability to read for so long. And you know if you can't read until you're ten years old you you feel like you're dumb. I absolutely felt like i was dumb. And you know was picked on and all that stuff. Because i was in the special classes you know i was doing all that stuff The didn't make me cool for sure. But also i didn't feel cool because i couldn't read But this is the nineteen seventies in the early nineteen eighty s and by nineteen eighty-one. You know i. I was in holly special classes in berkeley and stanford that my mom had found that were really at the forefront of of teaching kids how to deal with dyslexia and by time i could read like my creative mind was already intact like i i would. I would set up my bad..

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"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"tod" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"To hear him up there playing songs about essentially being haunted by the past so walking into the future. It lets you sort of know emotionally that there's gonna be another side. You know that that you will get through the thing that Has this all these things that have the of so wait as downs last year and for many of us myself at least the last four years where you felt like man i don't i don't know like january. Twenty twenty one that a real thing is or is it like candy lamb but you think might be real you hope israel where you really have no chance of. Hello everyone everyone. And welcome to a new episode. Of set lesson. Bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen his music and mostly as fans. I am your host jesse jackson and joining me. Tonight is going to be a fun one. I have a podcast or writer springsteen fan and it just found out we are. We are members of the mutual Admiration society if the great lawrence block so Tod goldberg welcome to the show. Thank for having me. I did not know that this was a dream of mine until you approached me about being on the show. And i went and i listened to like seventy five episodes and had a handwriting. Ninety five can i had. I had some serious argument to some people discussions. I wanna have. I think j armstrong might be wrong about a lot of things that i absolutely loved the show and you know the thing about writers is that we're all failed musicians or we all wish that we were musicians. Yes so whenever bunch of novelists get in a room together we talk about writing books we talked about springsteen neil young and visible and you know all all of our singer songwriters that we love. Because we don't we don't have the body to stand up on stage and we can't do anything in four minutes or less. I assure you well. I don't know if you've listened. But you know the writer. Ron martz joined me me. Talked about that Springsteen and stephen king has to to speak influences on his writing and so i i i have i. I had a friend of a guy who's a fan of my doctor. Who podcast said that. I don't know if you do a springsteen pond gas as much as you do a podcast where you talked to interesting people. And the host happens the love. Resp- thing so i said i don't know i'm so glad And todd it's it is in some ways. I guess embarrassing but I am always searching. Like if i've run into someone on twitter. That makes a comment about bruce or music or darkness on the edge of town or you know Or i can't. I can't believe that people are playing born in the usa outside trump's hospital. This song i immediately like. Hey i do a springsteen podcasts. You ought to join me you know i have to say the one of the great enduring things about america is misunderstanding board..

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Leicester City coming to terms with tragedy

Correspondents Report

04:27 min | 4 years ago

Leicester City coming to terms with tragedy

"L correspondent Samantha holy hasn't been in London long, and she's still very much settling in but already she's had a major football initiation in the face of a tragedy that deeply affecting one of the clubs that club is listed city, which until recently was heading towards administration, then Thai billionaire put millions into the club, and there was a fairytale turnarounds. So after a helicopter crash at a match England's love of football became even clearer cement, the holy fouled is. Six degrees at Claven cottage little football stadium with a history. Dating back over three hundred years originally a Royal hunting lodge. It's now home for the Fulham football club on the banks of the river tames on the lung the twenty five thousand people who've come along to watch the match. The name. It's move for you experience. Rather than the superman. The crowds are noisy, but will behaved no alcohol allowed in the stadium. So most Gaza was much beer as they can before they enter and then again at half time. The passion is very real and the crowd enthusiastic. In the end it was an enjoyable after noon out, but at fifty pounds or around ninety dollars a ticket. I doubt I'll be back. But my deduction to England's love of football returns in the evening when I'm at home a helicopter owned by the head of list of city football club has crashed after a match in the city. I begin filing from helicopter crashed after a football. And we jump on a train and head to the city in a way, I feel my past and current life. Have for a brief moment collided. I'm reminded immediately of my time living in Thailand, the Thai billionaire bought the list of city club in twenty ten was down and out and hitting the administration. He plowed millions of dollars into the club and the community to bring about a fairytale turnaround. The club won the premiership in twenty sixteen and if. Was in any doubt that the Brits feel deeply about the sports outside the stadium where we stood in the freezing cold. They kept coming through the day and night, we've flowers balloons club t shirts and scarves, the makeshift memorial. Just hit on growing to see everything. You know, what it's because you know, such story pose at the game last night and of which will give a half an hour later on and I've been one of the tod stiles actually come out stadium from. So it's really sad is just as amazing for someone personally know yet the such a connection there. And how is because you part of the communities will do which hospitals around here, which is so sad because of the people involved to just pay respects for visits to the owner and the rest of people on board. Let's impeach Herbie impact on the community must've, well, unless it must have been passed same as when it came to the obviously we will lead. Where he's to the club is to shock to shocking. Who's is so much to the city the Termine and the the whole of firmly and awful. So with the firmly at this time, so that's basically from down two loss to the northern. How community everybody's feeling that so many people don't ever suppose, so many flowers, we've just put some flowers down in the shirt of it will shirt, you know, so basically the communities devastate further, and so I'm not a football lover. But I know is a journalist. It's important for me to understand why British people love football. And why it means so much to them? And I think I have a better understanding of that. This is Samantha holy in London for correspondence for.

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Barrage of ballistic missiles target Saudi Arabia

02:54 min | 5 years ago

Barrage of ballistic missiles target Saudi Arabia

"Northwest news networks anna king reports that has washington state apple growers worried washington state exports a third of its crop to more than sixty countries around the world and china has been one of the biggest customers tod fry hoover is the president of the washington apple commission he says many growers still support president donald trump but he admits they're also worried you know we're always in support of our government no matter who's in power and obviously you know free trade is something that we all push and look forward to but you know we're going to be cautious and wait remained supportive of the president and his administration and see what happens friday over says apple growers are also concerned about nafta and they're hoping for some last minute deals for npr news on anna king in richland this is npr yemen's shiite rebels fired a barrage of ballistic missiles targeting saudi arabia late sunday on the third anniversary of kingdom led war in yemen with fragments of one missile over riyadh killing one person and wounding to the casualties were the first in saudi arabia's capital since the saudi led war in yemen began in march of two thousand fifteen the streets of barcelona and other catalan cities in northeast bain were filled with protesters sunday night as lauren freyer reports from madrid the demonstrations are in response to the arrest in germany of a cadillac separate as leader protesters chanting freedom clashed with riot police and blocked major roads in barcelona where demonstrations erupted outside and e u building and at the german consulate police in germany have arrested the deposed capital on president carlos pooch demont after spain issued a european arrest warrant for him buddhist monk presided over an october independence referendum spain considered illegal then he fled to belgium to avoid arrest some of his aides have already been in jail for months spain supreme court has ordered twentyfive cantillon separatists to trial for rebellion sedition and disobedience charges that carry up to thirty years behind bars for npr news i'm lauren fryer madrid the men's basketball final four is now set number one seed kansas beat duke in overtime sunday night the jayhawks will play fellow number one seed villanova on the other side of the bracket number three seed michigan plays tournament underdog lehohla chicago i'm jim hawk npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include newman's own foundation workington nourish the common good donating all profits from newman's own food products to charitable organizations that seek to make the world a better place more information is available at newman's own foundation dot org from the.

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Washington Apple Growers Fret Over Possible Chinese Tariffs

02:54 min | 5 years ago

Washington Apple Growers Fret Over Possible Chinese Tariffs

"Northwest news networks anna king reports that has washington state apple growers worried washington state exports a third of its crop to more than sixty countries around the world and china has been one of the biggest customers tod fry hoover is the president of the washington apple commission he says many growers still support president donald trump but he admits they're also worried you know we're always in support of our government no matter who's in power and obviously you know free trade is something that we all push and look forward to but you know we're going to be cautious and wait remained supportive of the president and his administration and see what happens friday over says apple growers are also concerned about nafta and they're hoping for some last minute deals for npr news on anna king in richland this is npr yemen's shiite rebels fired a barrage of ballistic missiles targeting saudi arabia late sunday on the third anniversary of kingdom led war in yemen with fragments of one missile over riyadh killing one person and wounding to the casualties were the first in saudi arabia's capital since the saudi led war in yemen began in march of two thousand fifteen the streets of barcelona and other catalan cities in northeast bain were filled with protesters sunday night as lauren freyer reports from madrid the demonstrations are in response to the arrest in germany of a cadillac separate as leader protesters chanting freedom clashed with riot police and blocked major roads in barcelona where demonstrations erupted outside and e u building and at the german consulate police in germany have arrested the deposed capital on president carlos pooch demont after spain issued a european arrest warrant for him buddhist monk presided over an october independence referendum spain considered illegal then he fled to belgium to avoid arrest some of his aides have already been in jail for months spain supreme court has ordered twentyfive cantillon separatists to trial for rebellion sedition and disobedience charges that carry up to thirty years behind bars for npr news i'm lauren fryer madrid the men's basketball final four is now set number one seed kansas beat duke in overtime sunday night the jayhawks will play fellow number one seed villanova on the other side of the bracket number three seed michigan plays tournament underdog lehohla chicago i'm jim hawk npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include newman's own foundation workington nourish the common good donating all profits from newman's own food products to charitable organizations that seek to make the world a better place more information is available at newman's own foundation dot org from the.

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