18 Burst results for "TSA Elliott"

"tsa elliott" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Just the degree of the assented about twenty four twenty five Libro so TSA Elliott, of course, is a famous American poet. And he actually won a Nobel prize in literature in nineteen forty eight for his poetry. So arguably, you know, we can already see that mercury's like an important are prominent planet in this chart because it's conjunctiva, ascendant. But what this is telling us with this doctrine is that mercury's actually the master of the Nativity. So in some ways, it's highlighting it even more than it already was and may be telling us to pay more attention, if we were sitting down and trying to interpret this person's chart, we might be able to with this doctrine say that mercury is going to be even more prominent and somehow the mkx, you'll themes that have to do with communication or writing could come to be dominant themes in this person's life. Right. And if you were to even say a statement, as simple as that based on this doctrine, you would actually turn out to be surprisingly, that would turn out to be surprisingly prescient statement in retrospect later in, in this person's life. Right. Yeah. Definitely. Okay. He questioned about. I don't think so. So let's see next example, Selva door Dolly, so his son. It's day chart, the sons in the top of the chart, the sun, is in succeeded house, according to quadrant houses, it's in the eleventh house, according to poor free, the moon, however is angular, because it's actually Khun junked the degree of the quadrant mid heaven, but despite that, I think, despite the angular ity the sect and the fact that the sun is more eastern over towards left side of the chart, I think would make the sun, the predominates in this instance. Yeah. So, again, there might be you might make arguments different ways. And there's MB Hewitt ease. But the sun, I think would become the predominant in this instance, the sun is in Taurus. So the ruler of Torres would become the master of the Nativity and Venus, in his chart is in Taurus. In its own sign in the ten house by quadrant or the eleventh, whole sign house, and of course, Salvador Dali became a famous artist. And if you miss painter, especially. So again, it could stand out or could point to a planet is being more prominent or more important in the person's life and chart than it might otherwise look like right. Yeah. All right. So that's that example and just one more for the heck of it. So here's Linda Goodman's chart is the famous astrologer. She has the ascendant at twenty two degrees. Her had the ascendant at twenty two degrees of libra, and the sun was at nineteen degrees of Aries. So that means the sun is, condemned the ascendant, and it's just barely above the degrees of the ascent, degree of the Senate, which means day charred. So remember back to I think very first example, poor for gave that means. The sun is automatically there predominated, and that's actually kind of an interesting instances that when the sun is rising a day chart confront the ascendant the sun and the ascendant, obviously, both in the same signs. So the automatic ly- the ruler of both the, the sunshine in the Senate sign becomes the dominator was kind of interesting in terms of the overlap there yet. So she had Aries rising and the sun was an area. So Mars becomes the, the not just the, the predominates son, but Mars becomes the master than activity. So Mars is actually in gem, and I and it's in the third whole sign house, and she ended up being the author of the highest selling astrology book of all time, at least in modern times is a little bit of ambiguity about, like, if its highest selling compared to Ptolemy, because have Ptolemies numbers, exactly certainly know that it's been transit in dole. Lot of languages and reprinted and translated and out Yatta. But when good amends book, sun signs, that came out in nineteen sixty eight just millions and millions and millions of copies in terms of.

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"But in like Roman society, the head of the household, and it's not the house that's as important. It's the idea of the one who's in charge of the entire thing. Right. And almost like the chart itself being a house, and you have a bunch of planets under that are living under one roof. Roof and the question of like who's in charge, and it's the master the master of the house is the one that's in charge. Right. I just wanted to clarify that. I still think you should play that song. Okay. That's not as funny. I know. Yeah, but afterwards, you can put it. Definitely. So I do have a little example chart really quickly that I wanna throw up. So this is the chart of T S Eliot. So it's a time chart. He has like twenty five ish degrees of Lieber rising, I said the chart using quadrant houses. I think using the poor free house system, although the mid heaven, is such that it's not hugely. There's not gonna be huge variations here, depending on what form what system of house, division, you use in terms of quadrant houses, and evil. Even equal is actually going to be a little bit close here because the mid heaven is at the very end of cancer tween and cancer. It looks like while the ascendant said, twenty five libra nonetheless, in quadrant houses in poor free houses, especially the sun is at three degrees of libra, which makes it in the twelfth house in quadrant houses, and therefore it is cadence in quadrant houses. So even though in the first whole sign house, it's Kate into quadrant house. Is because it's moving away from the angle, it's moving away from the ascendant, in its sufficiently removed from the ascendant, that it's not within that like five degree range. So we wouldn't really consider it to be conduct the ascendant by degree. Instead, it's falling away from the angle in there for cadence. The moon is at fourteen degrees of German, I and that is actually a succeed house, according to quadrant quadrant houses. So as a result of that, even though it's date chart, and even though the sun is more eastern. I believe in this instance, because the sun is cadence in the moon succeed, and that they would treat the moon as the predominate or so. The moon according to the first vary end that poor free gave us for determining the master than entity because the moon is in gem, an I- geminis ruled by mercury. So mercury becomes the master of the entire ativity mercury, interestingly enough is conduct the degree of the ascendant at twenty. Six degrees of libra and also separating from a conjunction with Venus at twenty four libra, and they're both clustered around just the degree of the assented about twenty four twenty five Libro so TSA Elliott, of course, is a famous American poet..

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"There's something about that. That's absolutely magnificent. And you'll see that on a small scale with the kids skateboarding. It's like, of course, it's dangerous. It's like what do you do? Are you gonna make it safer? Well, you can't really. I mean, you know, I know there's stupidity right? You can take something too far. But those kids are out there practicing to thrive in a dangerous world. That's what they're trying to do. And they're trying to master their physiology, and they're trying to master their fear. The same thing you do when you go to horror movie in some sense. Why do people think about that people go to horror movies? Why do you go to a horror movie you like to be disgusted because that's the splatter end of it? Right. Disgust. Or what do you like to be terrified out of your skull? It's like no you don't normally you'll avoid that. So why do you go and pay the Blair witch project is a good example of that? That was quite frightening. Right. Founded so all it was was like this hour's like oh my God. Nothing happens. Right. But something might happen. So they did that brilliantly because the whole movie is oh my God. Something might happen. Something might happen. So you just on the edge of your seat? And and yet and yet you'll pay for that. It's the same with the splatter movies. It's like death and decay in disgust. It's like horrible well lineup for that. Because we need some more of that. It's like, well, actually, you do because you have to expose yourself to terror and you have to expose yourself to disgust because otherwise you can't live in the world. So and you and you're so driven to do that. So perversely driven to do that that even though it's unpleasant because it's pleasant to be afraid. Yes. And it's unpleasant to be disgusted. Yes. And so you'll pay to go have someone professional do that to you for like, two hours. And then you think is not interesting because what it means is the the pleasure, you take in the mastery of the fear, and the pleasure that you take the master of the disgust is more value. Blend in tents, then the fear and the disgust itself. And then you think well, that's a good motif for your life. It's like, that's what you want. Is you want the pleasure that you take in your life and pleasures really the wrong word because I think meaning is the right word you want the meaning in your life to be so intense that supersedes the fear and the disgust. And I think that that's possible. So that's the other thing I've been trying to lay out in. In maps of meeting and twelve rules for life. And I think it's it's in some sense, the answer to the conundrum of nihilism and post modernism, and those things are very tightly allied. So the nihilists say well, nothing's worth doing. It's like, well, wait is or nothing means anything, that's even worse. But that's an easy one to take apart. Nothing means anything wrong pain mean something you just try to argue yourself out of your pain with your nihilism and see how far you get. It's like no doesn't move man. I'm in pain. And you can't argue yourself out of your terror with nihilism either. So there's meaning that in the cannot be moved by skepticism the meetings on the negative end. But that's okay, it's still a dewalt demolishes the fundamental nihilist argument. But but on the upside of that is that while they're also thinks that you could engage in that that are analgesic and that what what would you call? They. They don't mask the terror of life. They justified in some sense or they make they make it a trouble that's worth bearing. You think this is worth it? It's worth it. And you think well, it isn't what I'm doing isn't worth it therefore the something wrong with life. It's like no way to second. That's not the right conclusion. It's a conclusion, but another conclusion is no there's something wrong with what you're aiming out. If what you're aiming at doesn't justify you getting out of bed on a miserable morning, then perhaps there's something wrong with what you're aiming out. Why not you might as well there's a famous section from play the cocktail hour by TSA Elliott woman in the play. She's talking to a psychiatrist at a cocktail party..

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"And inside was gold toilet seat. He traveled through the town until he finds a home in the red doa. Knocks on the door. Treats wallet don't say as how did you? Remember, my home? He was drunk, and he said, I remember Joe read doa and your gold toilet seat. And the owner of the home says you all the man who shit in my tuba. To you're gonna hear that every show on the tour. Bob cat. Hopefully. How many of you? Remember what a president was. All right. So Clark get to go first. And it's next one. And then we'll we'll switch the order up which way we going last time, we'll go we'll go to Dana. And then. Remember when we used to shoot presidents. We didn't like well. Those days are over. That's yeah. Too soon. Said Doug Benson of Los Angeles. PO box. Tonight federal offense. A fun. Fact, he s in TSA Elliott stands for two. It's weird. All right. Clark. You get to go first, and we're going to name the films. Featuring the character named Ernest. Yeah. You get to go. First day, many of the Ernest movies. Ernest gills like a trick question. But it's not goes to Africa does correct Bob Dana Dana Ernest goes to camp. Yes. That was that what we're doing? Yeah. Okay. Ernest goes to jail, he guess. Of. Ernest goes to Africa and plays basketball. Dow wasn't one of I mean, we did we already did. I have. But that was the plot. Isn't this a fun memory game? We just said all of his movies..

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Busted with stacks one hundred dollar bills, wrapped up in tinfoil frozen in his freezer compartment above his refrigerator member of the police went in there, and it was all over television. And oh my God look at this corruption. This guy was taking money under the table. And he was a democrat. And he was sentenced to thirteen years in prison. Because his judge judge T S Eliot said, quote public corruption is a cancer that would be the same T S Eliot. Judge sentencing. A black politician to thirteen years in prison who yesterday said that the white corrupt businessman and politician maker on multiple continents, including you know, some of the worst tyrants on earth, Paul Manafort lifted otherwise blameless life. TSA Elliott, the judge a Reagan appointee. Surprise surprise. And this is the kind of judges. I mean, they are right now Mitch McConnell, and Donald Trump are and and and Mike hazard shoveling these people in their thirties with in many cases, no trial experience. No judicial experience in some some of the haven't even tried cases. Like Brett cavenaugh shoveling them onto the federal federal bench. It's nuts. The Democrats passed HR one congressman poke in was on our program yesterday talking about it. HR one is the major government reform ethics reform Bill cleanup elections. Protect voting rights strengthen ethics laws and limit dark money in politics. And guess what? Not one Republican voted for it. Not even one Republican was willing to go on record and say, I am opposed to corruption in government. Not one. And then when they had their, hey, okay. Let's condemn anti-semitism. Let's also condemn anti Islamic. Whatever the word is for that. You know, trash talking hate hate hate speech, say what date Islamaphobia? Yeah. But I think it goes beyond phobia. I I wouldn't say anti-semitism is an active hatred. Well, you know, maybe I don't know any we lack a word for it. And we need one. But you know, as soon as they added Islam to it. Nearly thirty Republicans in the house of representatives. So we can't vote for that. We've got to keep hating on those Muslims. Holy cow. I mean, you know, the Republican party is explicitly clearly unambiguously loudly showing and telling us who they are. And what they're really all about. You heard about how Robert hatch the Billy Eric me Robert Kraft to the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots. Sitting at mar-a-lago with Donald Trump at dinner with Shinzo, Abe. And a whole lot other venues. I mean, the guy's a billionaire and Trump sucks up to other billionaires when when they'll pay attention to him he desperately wants the approval of his class. Robert Kraft got busted for for having sex massage parlor down in Florida apparently twice on video. It'd been wired by the by the government by the state. I believe it was the state police in Florida and turns out that the woman who owned that massage. Parlor she had since old, but she owns a chain of them in a number as she still owns other ones. These Asian massage parlors there apparently frequently used for human trafficking. She was having dinner with Trump to she's a member mar-a-lago. She hangs out with Trump. And craft and he goes to her massage parlors. Get slayed. And somehow all this seems like if Bill Clinton had done any of this when he was in the White House, or if his friends had done any of this. Oh my God. Can you imagine? I mean, it's just absolutely insane. What's going on? And then there was this great tweet by a defense lawyer. In fact, I started following him this morning on on Twitter. Who was pointing out. Trying to find the story here who is pointing out that he. Has defended clients who got much much longer sentences than Manafort did for much much smaller crimes. Yeah. Here it is Scott hacking hacking, hackenberg. He says for context on manafort's forty seven months in prison. My client yesterday was offered thirty six to seventy two months in prison for stealing a hundred dollars for the quarters from a residential laundry room. And then it's Scott. H. At Scott heck is the is his Twitter handle? And then starts this thread where he goes through a list of all of his other clients or many of his other clients in the past who who for essentially, trivial, non violent crimes got much longer prison sentences than Paul Manafort got well, again, I say, you know, it's what do you expect? It's a it's a Reagan appointed a judge who was basically taking the position of the defense during the trial as you'll recall he was slapped down the prosecution on a number of. In a number of cases. We've got a problem with our judiciary. And I'm telling you, it's gonna get a hell of a lot bigger as time goes on. But anyhow, it's anything goes Friday. So let's let's get right to your calls. Although I've got a bunch of stories here. I I get to do anything goes Friday to pull out stories that I might not have done otherwise during the week. And I've got about thirty of them that I'm sure we throughout the week. We just went through three or four of them Damon in Las Vegas. Hey damon. What's on your mind today? I just wanted was called is crazy you're doing to get fighting. I believe we stopped the invasion. I've been just keep telling the salad. And. I just wanted you this and Kelsey twenty two. Yeah. Yeah. Tells C Tulsi Gabbard is doing a good job of raising this issue. I, and I wish more Democrats would I agree with you that in Venezuela. It's all about the oil as Greg palace on this program pointed out this week there is more oil under Venezuela than anywhere else on earth. So gee, what a surprise. The fourth largest reserves, and they have diamond mine too. The diamond mines. So you know, it's a twofer. It's South Africa, plus Saudi Arabia. Also, bring up. Russia and China had indentured deeply in them. And they all both great praise to fight for the room. Interest. Yeah. Well that could give. Beca. Get very very messy Damon spot on thank you very much for the call this. This is a real issue one that we need to pay attention to I believe the Donald Trump wants a war with Venezuela or possibly with Iran. I think he's realizing a war with Iran could be very very dangerous, particularly with as many troops American troops as we have in that region. And the the military base that we have in Qatar. I think he started it's sunk into him. Finally. So he's like, oh, well, let's have a war someplace else, I think Venezuela's the place on his radar screen. Matt listen to AM nine ten and out of San Francisco, Napa, California. Hey out, what's on your mind? It's a little bit offbeat from the regular conversation. Four. Okay. Mostly about Wikipedia. But it also draws on the kind of broader narrative of, you know, where we really find truth and expertise, and what you know expertise is buried invested interest in that whole endless chain of confusion, basically. But anyway on Wikipedia, especially in terms of self issues and health issues. You know, I don't know if you're familiar with Gary null somewhat controversial figure, but certainly been around a long time been a lot of good stuff. You know, maybe he's been off in a couple issues possibly, but he makes his living hustling, vitamins and books. Okay. But it gives a lot of good information, regardless of how he. Sure. Opinion, at least. So he's been doing a him in a group of other. Researchers have been doing it expose on Wikipedia. I think it's pretty clear the common person that you know, if you look at the articles on health, it's generally even Barrett from quack watch that's a reference over and over again, he has no I think he's got a degree in psychiatry or something, you know, that he doesn't really have any credentials to be way above anybody else. And that one person is quoted all the time. Anyway, what knows seems to be finding out is that you know, it is a closed system. Basically, you know, the reputation of Wikipedia is that it's open for editing by large group of people, and it's done in sort of an open source fashion. And anyway, so he's watching some lawsuits against them because that's great. I should I should I should talk with Gary. I, you know, I've I've been complaining for years on this program about the right wing bias on much of Wikipedia, particularly the history stuff. I mean, you know, you read about FDR you read about the new deal. You read about the great society. You read about the accomplishments of progresses over the years. You read about the the great depression, and how it happened, and what caused it and what exacerbated every one of those topics Wikipedia has heavily skewed toward right and libertarian policies. Some of the exposes libertarianism just you know, like like that. It was created originally by the fee, you know, a real estate industry marketing group as a front for the for their lobbying efforts and things like that. You know, absent as far as I as I recall. I've I've, and I and I've told the story of walking this was fifteen years ago walking into a a right wing think tank in Washington DC, I was getting a tour, and there's this whole room full of desks with know scrubbed face fresh, face young interns, sitting there at computers were the vast majority of them were on Wikipedia, and they weren't reading they were editing. And this is just you know, Wikipedia has a problem with, you know, bright wing bias. I mean, and apparently corporate bias as well from what you're saying that. Yeah. Exactly. And and even snoops or smokes. I'm not quite sure how you speak that everybody seems to look to them as a big objective. Opinion in from what I understand. It's just a pair of. Older p a couple in the San Fernando Valley the again. Yeah, it started that way they they've gotten so popular now in there, and I think they're putting advertising on their site. They're generating money. They're they've hired some people. They actually did an investigative report recently, I'm not I'm not ready to discount slopes. Even though they've called me out in.

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on 1A

"This is one A. I'm Todd's Willeke in Washington sitting in for Joshua Johnson. This week a former associate of President Trump's made a fifth appearance on Capitol Hill ahead of reporting to prison a day later another associate with sentenced to just under four years for Bank and tax fraud, not solely judging by the company. President Trump keeps the House Judiciary committee is also digging through a mountain of documents about the president's business and political ties, and there was more fallout for President Trump over security clearances for his daughter and his son-in-law who were both on staff at the White House will here to catch us up on all of this and the rest of the week's headlines Devlin BARRET. He covers national security and law enforcement for the Washington Post, high Devlin, Jessica Taylor is here. She's a political reporter for NPR with a brand new assignment at the cook political report, I Jessica, I think you great to have you Shaun. Donovan is here as well. Senior writer with Bloomberg Sean great to have you. Great veer. Well, Devlin Paul Manafort, President Trump's. Former campaign chairman was sentenced yesterday, forty seven months is what he got. That's just under four years. Judge TSA Elliott the third did the sentencing that falls drastically short of the nineteen to twenty four years that were recommended or at least in the sentencing guidelines for the crimes that Paul Manafort either admitted to or was convicted of remind us what he's going to prison for and let's put this sentence into some context. Sure. So he's going to prison for dodging about six point three million dollars in unpaid taxes..

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It. Designing a baby sounds so precise doesn't it? It turns out that gene editing. Simply isn't that simple for diseases? We might if we're lucky be looking for one gene with one affect and that's hard enough to make a super baby we might be looking at a vast number of genes each with vanishingly small effects, which might also interact with one another and just to add to the complications might have multiple roles a phenomenon known as plea trophy. For example. There is a gene IGF one that helps make people live longer, but it has another effect that is that folks who have that Lynn jetty promoting form of that. Gene, tend to be physically smaller, which needless to say is absolutely fine. But here's a wonderful example of a plea atropine, gene. So you make one change. And you think you're going to affect one trait which is lifespan. But you also affect another trait which is physical size for complex traits such as cognitive. Capacity. There is every reason to believe that the many genes that contribute to its development will in fact, be alike, I g f one will be plea atropine, and that therefore this dream of gene number seventy-five changing, which will make somebody better at solving Quadra quesions, or you know, memorizing the entirety of TSA Elliott. I think that's just stretches reality beyond its realms. What other effects might all those supposed intelligence genes have we'll some effects be harmful. And how would we ever find out that to turns out more complicated than we might expect? There is right now a clinical trial in the United States and in the UK to use gene editing to treat a disease called hemophilia. Well, you take a monkey in fact, you take many monkeys. And you do this gene editing on them. And then you wait, and you then ask professional pathologists and professional animal handlers to evaluate the animal in every possible respect is the liver normal is the blood normal. Does the animal behave normally is it overall healthy? Can we see anything untoward about this animal's behavior you monitor this animal for quite some time? And you do this many many times over and then years later when you're done finding out about gene in monkeys. You report to the regulators to see if it can be done all over again in humans, if that is you actually found anything out imagine, we find gene number seventy nine and we have some evidence, however, tenuous that tweaking it makes a human being half prodigious memory on thus be able to memorize the entire over of a poet. How exactly we're going to do that? In monkeys. We can't multiply the effort and uncertainty for all the many genes involved in vastly complex traits that we struggle to define properly when they're good effects reached tiny, their adverse effects and interactions unknown. Non genetic factors, not even addressed. And you see where he's going with this. I almost wish that the designer baby tobacco hadn't happened. It really has turned the public's eye towards really an incredibly minor. I'm going to say almost borderline irrelevant aspect of what this technology can bring to the world. I can tell everyone folks crisper is not about designer babies. The.

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We might be looking at a vast number of genes each with vanishingly small effects, which might also interact with one another and just to add to the complications might have multiple roles a phenomenon known as clear trophy. For example. There is a gene I one that helps make people live longer. It has another effect that is that folks who have that longevity. Promoting form of that. Gene, tend to be physically smaller, which needless to say is absolutely fine. But here's a wonderful example of a plea atropine, gene. So you make one change. And you think you're going to affect one trait which is lifespan. But you also affect another trait which is physical size for complex traits such as cognitive capacity. There is every reason to believe that the many genes that contribute to its development will in fact, be alike, I g one will be plea atropine, and that therefore this dream of gene number seventy-five changing which will make somebody better at solving quote, Roddick equations or memorizing the entirety of TSA Elliott. I think that's just stretches reality beyond its realms. What other effects might all those supposed Intel? Elegance genes have we'll some effects be harmful. And how would we ever find out that to turns out more complicated than we might expect? There is right now a clinical trial in the United States and in the UK to use gene editing to treat a disease called hemophilia. Well, you take a monkey in fact, you take many monkeys. And you do this gene editing on them. And then you wait. And a you then ask professional pathologists and professional animal handlers to evaluate the animal in every possible respect is the liver normal is the blood normal. Does the animal behave normally is it overall healthy? Can we see anything untoward about this animal's behavior and you monitor this animal for quite some time? And you do this many many times over and then years later when you're done finding out about a gene in monkeys. You report to the regulators to see if it can be done all over again in humans, if that is you actually found anything out imagine, we find G number seventy nine and we have some evidence, however, tenuous that tweaking it makes a human being half prodigious memory on this be able to memorize the entire over of a poet. How exactly are we going to do that? In monkeys. We can't multiply the effort and uncertainty for all the many genes involved in vastly complex traits that we struggle to define properly when the good effects reached tiny, the adverse effects, and interactions, unknown non genetic factors, not even addressed. And you see where he's going with this. I almost wish that the designer baby tobacco hadn't happened. It really has turned the public's eye towards really an incredibly minor. I'm going to say almost borderline irrelevant aspect of what this can bring to the world. I can tell everyone folks crisper is not about designer babies. The.

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"He says, quote, this is something you touched on and was brought up brought to popular culture in the TV show big bang theory. It is that despite Indiana Jones effort nothing he does stops the Nazis from accomplishing their go. And in fact, helps them whilst this is true. That is not the point of the movie for me. He is not meant to succeed. He is coming up against one of the greatest military forces of all time and to have him defeat them would be ridiculous. This was the point. I made in the episode that the genius of the climax of raiders of the law. Stark is that Indy is victorious in the end not by fighting. There's not a fight scene at the end of the movie he doesn't beat down the enemy and throw him off cliff or something instead India's victorious at the end by realizing what the arc means. That's his. That's his victory is that the Nazis don't understand what the arc means. Indy. Finally does right. And I I also go maybe off in the Olympics a little bit and say that I think our expectation that indeed should absolutely save the day and should be a real, you know, a factor in the scenario that this is perhaps a poisoning of the well brought on by argest of session with superhero movies and also at narrative so Lord of the rings, right? And I I love a good superhero movie. I I love I love ablaze twos. One of my favorites. I also into it some of the recent marvel films as well, but in those films, the superhero absolutely has to save the day. That is the trope. You can't have just a small story or even a, you know, a very exciting store that sort of taking place in the foreground or the background of larger events. Likewise, an epic fantasy like Lord of the rings. It is about the individuals who do the key. Things that save the world. Well, I mean, I think it's that these modern marvel movie writers have read TSA Elliott's critique of hamlet, and they're like, okay. We don't wanna have an ineffectual hero the way hamlet is who's just indecisive doesn't ultimately fix anything. So we we've got to go in the opposite direction. Instead have these like boring. Perfect do everything right here. Don't get me. Started rating on more. Again. I I'm not hating on the my joy, some of them as as well to actually I like the ironman movies. Oh, yeah. The third one especially I really dug the shame black one. So on one hand, I think part of it is you can't look to to every movie and expected to accomplish the same things that the superhero film does. So certainly one can't look to every film and expect it to have exactly the same beats as a superhero film and have the protagonist engage in the overall narrative and exactly the same way. I have to say that. I enjoy Minia story where the the hero or the protagonist doesn't really change the outcome of events, or it's just a smaller story, and you get the sense of something larger something more epic taking place that they may have limited interaction with, you know, the kind of story I love even more is the one where the stencil heroes, actually quite ineffectual. And it is the side kick or some of their ally who has to do all the actual work. Of course. I guess it's the Don Quixote model, but grant example of this is big trouble in little China. Oh, absolute Jack Burton's, just not very useful. And Wang is the real hero. Right. But then at the same time he does. Have at least one key moment to shine. Yeah. And and this comes back to discussion that that I know that we've had with Lauren Fogel bomb talking about stories films that cetera or even short stories as well where there's a lack of agency in the character where you reach a point where it's just stuff happening to that individual. And they're not actually going beyond. At least like India's doing something he is saving his own life and the life of Marian towards the end. And and then there's some arguments for some other things that are going on there as well. But it doesn't become just a like a psychedelic freak out of the ark. Which very well could have been because you're doing with ark of the covenant. Anyway, David continues the next point that he touches on is the idea that Belloc saves Hitler. Okay..

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"It's so it's so like anti music whole trend of explaining and showing how things are made. And like, oh, do we live in a leaning every single lyric? How anti music is that shit. We live on the most knows like state of media. It is crazy like imagine. Imagine if fucking T S Eliot was releasing poems and then released. TSA Elliott of all the people. That'd be like, you know. I don't even know the fuck that is like a famous poet to who what I don't know. MTS elliott. Nobody. I don't know this full TSA, Elliot. I know I'm one of twentieth. Century's major poets give guys famous. Fuck dude named one me feel like I'm named one of is makes reference name one of his mix tapes. Hold on T S Eliot famous poems. Now, he wrote fucking what's how many followers he got on depth. But I just imagine him writing a poem, and then and then doing an explanation poem afterwards. Yeah. Or like annotated all of his? That's the point then you wouldn't be analyzing his poems in English classes for fucking centuries afterwards. You know, it's crazy to me. Like when people hear like was when people who are just kind of ignorant or like blind. When they hear rap music. And they just write it off as rap music just being in the club with bitches and and have being gangster it they just completely right off the like rappers where they come from what they see what it took for. They completely just skip over that part because they don't fucking get it. And I feel like that's what genius for okay? Okay. People like that who needs to like see blue face by. Oh my God. Oh, he's a this guy's in the crypts. That's why he talks about guns. And so I could. Wow. Wow. I didn't know the crypts were thing. I thought it was just snoop Dogg. Yeah. I didn't know the crypts were still around actually. How those like the sixties I thought that was just went away. Crazy. You know, I was talking to somebody on Twitter about meek mill and how cra- for me like his last album watched that clip of him on CNN talking about presumes, though is just so mind blowing to me to how I got introduced to meek mill. I've said this before how I used to watch like DVD reflows of him literally like fourteen years old they use like close to my age battle rap and dudes that were like fucking thirty. Really? Yeah. He used to go at dude. He he I forget to do his name. I think he had magic like in his MC name, whatever meek has this. Like, it's a like eleven minutes of him just playing a beat out of a car, and he wrote like six hundred bars, and he just wrap into a camera for nine minutes, just dissonance duties never met in real life. This is a dude in another city that. Like thinks he's a better rapper and was like says Meeks clown or would it and meek is like, nah. Like, I got him. He's that good of rapper brou-. He's been wrapping for forever. Wow. I there are other battles of him like eighteen just so young battling. A dude was like thirty with a fucking beer just like on a corner talking about like, whatever must shoot as this. And all that. But so he's been wrapping for forever. And I remember like getting hype when someone uploaded a cut of a DVD of him fresh out of jail. He's like standing in a liquor store fresh out, and he's like he's got versus and he's like getting to Raffin this most recent time. No when he was like super young, okay? And just washing him like like the quality of the camera evolving every time I would see. And then like, I remember there was another time where he was talking from like a MAC book like I MAC like recording himself a talking shit. And I was I would just think like damnest dude is still go. Going and just to now where he's at the sauce like postpones instruments story that you stand with like affirmative G four jet on my. Wow, dead, dude..

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"But we now know that people live with grief. They don't have to get over. It is perfectly fine. I'm not talking about session. But just remembering. I want to read something you wrote in the guardian. I think the occasion of this may have been the soon NAMI, maybe or the Japanese earthquake but Malaysian Airline airline. But but you were writing about some of what you learned at nine eleven you wrote one year later, a New York reporter doing a story on the anniversary of nine eleven asked me why I thought New Yorkers aren't over yet. My answer because you are trying to get over it paradoxically as TSA Elliott suggests what we do not know about a missing loved one becomes all that we know another poet John Keats recommends in his letters to a young poet that he developed a capability for living with unanswered questions. Keats calls this negative capability. And this is what it takes to live with loved ones on missing. This is also the way for the rest of us to stop pressuring those these families to find closure. Yes. Yes. We just have to stop. Pressuring people to get over. It is cruel actually to do that. I was critical of the news media about their uring for closure. They like the word closure. But I have to say that once listening to CNN Anderson Cooper, stopped the other reporters and said, that's a bad word. There is no such thing as closure and I just loved him for that. And I know from his own biography that he knows what losses and he understands that. There is no closure. So he's the only reporter I've ever heard explained that in the line of his work. And I think the rest of us have to do a better job of two. There is no such thing as closure. We have to live with loss clear or in big use. And it's okay. It's okay. And it's okay to see people who are hurting. And just to say, something simple. I'm so sorry, really. Have to say more than that. I'm Krista Tippett. And this is on being today. I'm with ambiguous loss expert and family therapist, Pauling boss..

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"And she's terrible. And so then, but I always remember that part is a kit. And then I watched this. And I was like, oh, yeah. He was trying to send this right? I I laughed out loud. Right. The cats again. So that's just some of the made with there's other ones in there too. But they don't have like really big roles. Yeah. Cats about some Jill cats that come out to tell their stories on one night called. Well, it's one night for the Jellicoe ball. I am going to say the whole time. They were seeing that I song Jellicoe cats. I was like what does Jellicoe? So I totally like looked. I have no idea to this moment. I looked it up. So Jellico is like just what the cats are all called. So when they're say world, Jellicoe cats. That's like they're like group of cats. That's like what TSA Elliott called all the cats. Okay. So they're like we're Jellicoe cath is just like saying like, we're California cats or something like it's just like their thing. Yeah. Because I was so lost. I googled it. And then I looked it up, and it showed me no meeting. No definition. I was I was confused. Apparently when you look up Jellicoe cats, you find out you find out about cats musical, and then apparently in the in the very depressing show boat, Jack horsemen, they also talk about Jellicoe cats and that show too. That's like the only two things I found when I looked it up while it was. Yeah. Yeah. Jelly cats. Get let me do. Okay. All right. Let me just tell you tell me you didn't like it because I didn't either. Okay. We should just come out and say this right now rent, you know, it was good. I see why it's popular. Why cats? No, I never cars like warmers face paint. I will never watch his ever in my life. I won't even recommend it to any. Love and I feel so bad thing that because that's why I wanted to watch like all its classic, right? Will love they go on about this. It was like one of the longest lasting, and Broadway and west s is a huge culture. And I was like why this I literally fell asleep watching this? I had a similar reaction. I was like really cake one Audi light kits. I'll like the animal don't even like I like lions because they're like big kings. Don't go, but regular cats know, they're ugly to me. I'm so sorry cat lovers. Cat animal musical. Yeah. I love actual cats hated this show or this movie or whatever, and it wasn't even like it was more like a musical slash ballet. It wasn't like there was no dialogue other than the poems that they saying. Like slight narration by one cat. Yeah. Barely. Yeah. It was also, okay. So rent as I said rent is like a movie like Greece where they go, and they like different scenes, like a movie cats is just filmed on stage, which makes sense because they're not going to have people dressed as cats around in real life out on the streets. But also, I just watch this. And I was like man the leotards the leg warmer the like crazy face paint like they did all of the like production. Well, they were all really good dancers. I or the original London cast. Oh, really? They did a good job in this movie rendition, and you know, I feel like with rent. I'm like, maybe I'd like it more if I thought onstage. I don't feel that way about cats. It was just so I feel like what made it so boring to me was in between each of the poems or songs music light that they broke out it. Yeah. It was just and I know that they it was just dancing, and because it was just a choreography to Andrew Lloyd Webber's music, and I feel like that's important, but it was super boring to me very long segments. And they're just on a state. So there's not really they're not spreading out. Yeah. No, really. Yeah. It was hard to what also those the seat. So there's the older cat old Deuteronomy, and he just walks out. And I'm like, why is he wearing a Gilly suit? It was horrible. It was gross. It was weird. Like they're wearing like carpets. Yeah. It looks like wearing a carpet. Yeah. And I didn't know that carpet. It's like, yeah. It's like a Gilead Suit suit..

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Morgan Stanley halts research coverage of Tesla, shares rise

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Morgan Stanley halts research coverage of Tesla, shares rise

"Your, money on Musk's tweet that he was considering taking test the private with funding secured. Was two weeks ago, on Tuesday he tweeted a. Passage from TSA Elliott's the wasteland with a link to a Wicky pedia article it. Says Elliot had. A nervous disorder and asked, her, leave from his job so he could rest, and there's, this one of Musk's favorite authors is in, 'em banks who took, the name. Of one of his novels from. That same passage, another Wall Street. Firm has dropped coverage of tesla Goldman Sachs removed its rating and price. Target on tesla last week after it confirmed it would be advising Ilan musk Morgan. Stanley isn't saying why but some on Wall Street. Think it could play, a, role in. Taking the company private tesla shares rose. Four

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Evening I'm Michael l. e. in the six eighty WCBS Maryland news center Italy's leader says twenty two people, have been killed and sixteen injured in a highway bridge collapsed in Genoa and he fears that the final death toll. May rise, further premier sippy contact traveled to the site of the disaster late Tuesday calling it an immense tragedy to our state TV, county also, praised the hundreds of, rescue workers still at the site saying they, say people who fell forty five meters international alive and in the hospital British counterterrorism police are carrying out three searches in central England as part of an investigation after. A car slammed into barriers outside the house is a parliament in London police say the driver at twenty nine. Year old UK national was arrested on suspicion of preparing a terrorist act closing arguments are, scheduled to begin tomorrow morning in. The trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort US district judge TSA Elliott's third made the announcement after Manafort rested his. Case without, calling witnesses or presenting evidence as by Ellis whether he wished to testify in his defence Manafort responded no sir and the, university of, Maryland has parted ways, with a strength and conditioning coach in his, knowledge that mistakes were made in the treatment of offensive lineman Jordan McNair who collapsed on the practice field and subsequently died athletic director Damon Evans said today the record. Is no longer associated with the program Evans added that a decision on the status of head coach DJ Durkan. Will come as additional information comes forward in downtown Baltimore eighty one degrees I'm Michael Philip, Pelly six eighty WCBS news From the FOX business, that we're gonna Wall Street stocks bouncing back to close, higher with the s. and p.. Five hundred snapping its. Longest losing streak since March has worries of Turkey's.

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Be the judge of that give it to me to me that's a scottish more serious than mild words of admonishment what am i missing well maybe i'm just cynical having practiced law for ten years ten twelve years i think so i just you know i see these these judges act like something is just so terrible but then you know the lawyers continue to get away with murder so you know i hope i'm wrong and i hope there's actually some teeth behind it ultimately maybe it's going to be congress though the shuts down muller's investigation the judge tsa elliott he pointed out he said basically and i want to get this man's name absolutely correct he's federal judge and he is yet elliott out of virginia tes l sipe i keep wanting to say elliot my apologies tears ellis the third and he's district judge in based in virginia and when he pointed out was that the government only has two weeks to hand over the unredacted scope memo or provide an explanation as to why they won't and this is after prosecutors as reported in the fox piece were reluctant to do so claiming it as material that doesn't pertain to manafort ellis said i'll be the judge of that earlier this year l a suggested that manfried could face life in prison and poses a substantial flight risk because of his financial means and international connections to flee remain at large but now he's had a complete turnabout looking at this additional information it seems to me that this has been the most serious admonishment to which the molar team has been subjected to date remind missing something here no you're correct i mean it is and again you know it's gonna remains to be seen if there's actually going to be any teeth behind it because as we know more has been acting with the community no one's been able to stop him so far i just would be shocked if this judge actually does anything well after you refer to one of the two sides as lying from that point on where does credibility go he's not referred to the trump side lying or or anybody associated with the team trump he's he's referring to the.

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The legal system brave enough to stand up for the rule of law and stand up to a prosecutor that has gone off the rails in what is a witch hunt against the president as all took place in alexandria virginia earlier today and the judge expressed deep and wide skepticism today about the validity of one of the indictments against paul manafort the chairman former chairman of president donald trump's campaign now manafort appeared in court friday to seek the dismissal of the charges that were outlined in the virginia indictment remember there are two separate cases we're talking about in this particular case the judge appeared receptive at least in large part to manafort's a lawyer's argument that because the counts are not related to the russia investigation they should be dismissed it is a it is the right and the compelling argument based on the rule of law here that they've gone so far from their original mandate they gotta remember special counsels have a tendency to go way beyond what the scope of the investigation had to do with in the case of manafort now we're talking about bank fraud charges involving an app involving nothing to do with russia nothing to do with the campaign you know going back to two thousand and five and six anyway so the judge us district judge tsa elliott the third told muller's prosecutors i couldn't believe it when i saw this i don't see what relation this indictment has with what the special counsel is authorized to investigate you don't really care about mr manafort bank fraud what you really care about is what information mr manafort could give you that would reflect mr trump or lead to his prosecution or impeachment not only is he right he stated it frankly and right up front the whole purpose here and the prosecutors play this game all the time i'll be give me information on on person a person be then we'll let you off the hook patrick fitzgerald he was never interested in scooter libby he wanted scooter libby to give up anything as it related to vice president cheney at the time and scooter libby wasn't gonna lie to make his life easier it took fifteen years for him to get the pardon that he deserved and he got up from president trump i mean that whole case was supposed to be who leaked the.

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Interest calling susan rice back his committee despite the remarkable this shocking revelation in this new book the other day that's susan rice the national security director who reports to the president of the united states he called her like his little sister she was told and she knew of efforts by the russians to interfere with our election cybersecurity team at the white house said they were developing options for the president to sign off on to try and stop the russians and she told them quote stand down what about that mr muller not interested not interested studies chasing blackwater mr schiff not interested either all the preening all the lecturing at these public hearings early on mark warner pathetic telling us how unamerican it is not the do something about the russians interfering in our election and back then i had to remind them that it was their party and their administration that was in power when the russians were interfering in our election and they did nothing serious substantive hurry to stop them and now we know why it wasn't affirmative decision and order by susan rice to stand down and the cybersecurity team was dumbfounded they couldn't believe it mr muller has not called susan rice in front of his grand jury mr muller has not subpoenaed information from susan rice mr schiff doesn't want to hear from susan rice again because they don't care about russian interference in russian collusion that democrats love the russians they always love the russians they loved the old soviet union they hated reagan they hate our military so mr muller is a fraud actually he's more dangerous than a fraud because he has the power to charge people to bankrupt people and to put them in prison for life as this judge in alexandria virginia tsa elliott the third tsa elliott third excuse me t s ellis the third sorry tsa elliott tsl's the third sates publicly mr manafort's case i can't let you go too far their paw because you might wind up serving the rest of your life in prison that should be dismissed from that case immediately buddy won't be but he won't be this has been a set up against trump from the beginning the only russian collusion that took place was in the shadows with the democrat party and they hillary clinton campaign the republican party wants including with the russians the.

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"tsa elliott" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"tsa elliott" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And of course and of course adam schiff has no interest in calling susan rice back to his committee despite the remarkable the shocking revelation in this new book the other day that's susan rice the national security director who reports to the president of the united states he caught her like his little sister she was told and she knew of efforts by the russians to interfere with our election cyber security team at the white house said they were developing options for the president to sign off on to try and stop the russians and she told them quote stand down what about that mr mueller not interested not interested studies chasing black order mr schiff not interested either all the preening all the lecturing at these public hearings early on mark warner pathetic telling us how american it is not to do something about the russians interfering in our election and back then i had to remind them that it was their party and learn administration that was in power when the russians for interfering in our election and they did nothing serious substance hit a very effective to stop them and now we know why it wasn't affirmative decision and order by susan rice stand and the cybersecurity team was dumbfounded they couldn't believe it mr muller has not called susan rice in front of his grand jury mr muller has not subpoenaed information from susan rice mr shift doesn't want to hear from susan rice again because they don't care about russian interference in russian collusion that democrats loved the russians they always love the russians they loved the old soviet union they hated reagan hate our military so mr mueller is a fraud actually he's more dangerous than a fraud because he has the power to charge people to bankrupt people and put them in prison for life as this judge in alexandria virginia tsa elliott the third tsa elliott third excuse me t s ellis the third sorry tsa elliott tsl's third states publicly mr manafort's case let you go too far their paul because you might wind up serving the rest of your life in prison that should be dismissed from that case immediately buddy won't be but he won't be this has.

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