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"talis" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"If my team dot com So rush revere, even though we work him hard as a spokesman as an icon for two of my tea is also a substitute teacher. Substitute history teacher. He has a horse named Liberty. The special horse. The horse talks. The horse is kind of a smart Alec. Our young readers. Favorite character is the horse. Liberty also has the ability to time travel anywhere. That American history could take someone. Including Holland, including England. And Rush Revere is able to take students a few students with them on their time travels. And rush reveres its not a brilliant concept of what folks. I mean this this kind of a vehicle. Provides creative opportunities galore. Rush Revere is able to take his smartphone, the built in video camera with him as they time traveled back to American history. And they're able to videotape what actually happened to bring it back to the classroom. And without giving away that they time traveled. The whole class doesn't know this. Just a select few know it. And it's the mixing of the secret of the time travel with tour 34 students involved. Everybody keeping it a secret. And yet the truth of American history being taught in a genuinely fun, truthful. Informative. Uh way. Look it. I love very much what I do here. I'm very proud of what I do proud of what I've become, And I'm really proud of being an American. Proud of what? I believe how to get it to him. Bingo. Rush Revere and the first Patriots second book. And we should say that that talking horse is such a genius that he was able to get Rush revere into Buckingham Palace with George the third. Just me just me. You don't have to give away any secrets because the two of you are credited as co authors is liberty, the talking horse, Your creation, Katherine. I'll say it's It's both of our creation. But brush definitely put life toe liberty. He's the one who had the voice behind behind Liberty, but we wanted to make it fun. You know, that was the one thing with American history. We knew it was out there, perhaps not accurate, but we knew it was out there in schools. But it wasn't told in a fun way. So we put our heads together and said, How can we come up with a way that will be really fun? For young readers to experience and really understand American history, as opposed to just memorizing for a test. So liberty the horse was the vehicle to do that, and liberty was very funny. Actually, I will say that our our old English sheepdog, Abby is probably the role model for liberty and maybe the inspiration. Well, that it's their incredible books. I did. I took my hat off that rush with they're actually getting through the doors of Buckingham Palace. That was a great moment. Um, it's Catherine Limbo on the Russian marshal show very special edition. Your cold's straight ahead. The legacy of Rush Limbaugh. This is the EI Be network. I'm Frank Silicio. I'm Frank Scylla Chairman and CEO. The tunnels, the Tower's Foundation Rush and Katherine Limbaugh's unwavering commitment to patriotism and support of American heroes has always inspired me rushing. Katherine started to stand up for Betsy Ross T shirt campaign as a result of the protest thing, we all witnessed around the country to our anthem. And our flag tunnel to towers was born out of the tragedy of 9 11, and we've been supporting heroes ever since Rush and Katherine wanted the Betsy Ross campaigns proceeds to benefit the tunnel to Talis Foundation and the heroes. We help Thanks to the generosity and all of yours, $5 million was raised to pay off the mortgage is of the homes of these great American heroes. It's overwhelming testament to the goodness of Rush and Catherine All of you. We are forever grateful as all the many families your donation has helped. We are committed to continuing this work while we mourn the passing of a beloved icon Rest.
"talis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Someone, including Holland, including England. And Rush Revere is able to take students a few students with them on their time travels and rush reveres its not a brilliant concept of what folks I mean This this kind of a vehicle provides creative opportunities galore. Rush Revere is able to take his smartphone. The built in video camera with him as they time traveled back to American history, and they're able to videotape what actually happened to bring it back to the classroom. And without giving away that they time traveled. The whole class doesn't know this just a select few know it. And it's the mixing of the secret of the time travel with two or 34 students involved everybody keeping it a secret and yet the truth of American history being taught in a genuinely fun. Truthful. Informative. Uh, wave. Look at that. I love very much what I do here. I'm very proud of what I do proud of whatever come and I'm really proud of being an American. Proud of what? I believe how to get it to him. Bingo. Rush Revere and the first Patriots second book. And we should say that that talking horse is such a genius that he was able to get Rush revere into Buckingham Palace with George the third. Just me, just me. You know if you give away any secrets, because the two of you are credited as co authors is liberty, the talking horse, your creation, Katherine. I'll say it's It's both of our creation. But Rush definitely put life toe liberty. He's the one who had the voice behind behind Liberty, but we wanted to make it fun. You know, that was the one thing with American history. We knew it was out there, perhaps not accurate, but we knew it was out there in schools. But it wasn't told in a fun way. So we put our heads together and said, How can we come up with a way that will be really fun? For young readers to experience and really understand American history, as opposed to just memorizing for a test. So liberty the horse was the vehicle to do that, and liberty was very funny. Actually, I will say that our our old English sheepdog, Abby is probably the role model for liberty and maybe the inspiration. Well, that it's their incredible books. I did. Yeah, I took my hat off that rush revere, actually getting through the doors of Buckingham Palace. That was a moment it's Catherine Limbo on the Russian marshal show very special edition. Your calls Straight ahead. But legacy of Rush Limbaugh, This is the EI Be network. I'm Frank Scylla Chairman and CEO. The tunnel, the Tower's Foundation Rush and Katherine Limbaugh's unwavering commitment to patriotism and support of American heroes has always inspired me. Russian Katherine started to stand up to Betsy Ross T shirt campaign as a result of the protest thing. We all witnessed around the country to our anthem and our flag. Tunnel to Towers was born out of the tragedy of 9 11, and we've been supporting heroes ever since Rush and Katherine wanted the Betsy Ross campaigns proceeds to benefit the tunnel to Talis Foundation and the heroes. We help Thanks to the generosity and all of yours, Side million dollars was raised to pay off the mortgage is off the homes of these great American heroes. It's overwhelming testament to the goodness of rush and Catherine and all of you, we are forever grateful as The many families. Your donation has helped. We are committed to continuing this work while we mourn the passing of a beloved icon. Rest in peace. My friend, huh? This is Joe Cordell with the law firm Cordell Cordell..
Dow closes down over 200 points but ends November with nearly 12% gain
"Down 285 points on this last day of November, and this is still been the Talis best month in almost 34 years. The NASDAQ and SMP are pulling back from the records they set on Friday and are still heading for their largest monthly gains since April. The NASDAQ Down 42 points the S and P down 19. Analysts are pointing to the surgeon stocks and the rest of the month as a reason for the pause today, some are saying investors need a moment to catch their breath. Retail
"talis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Some 4.5 centuries ago by the English composer Thomas Tallis, from the Kronos Quartet, those lions of contemporary music who have really remade the sound and the look Of of a string quartet in the late 20th and 21st Century's Kronos Quartet. Doing an arrangement of Thomas Tallis is peace stem in Ali. Um, his 40 voice motet, each of the 40 parts played by one of the members of the quartet. There is another work of art directly inspired by this Thomas Tallis piece, And that is Janet Cardiff's sound installation called the 40 Voice, Motet. And it is literally just ah, set of 40 loud speakers set in a circle and the audience can wander in and among and around and back out again, while a recording of the Thomas Tallis piece plays it's a recording of Acquire a 40 voice choirs you, Khun! Walk right up to 10, or number three stand in front of his loudspeaker. Soprano number nine stand in front of her loud speaker, or, you know, just kind of wander through it. It's an extraordinary experience and unaccountably moving one. I know it doesn't sound. You know 40 speakers how moving in that bay, but that's that's all right. That's that's why she's an artist. So if you ever get the chance, Janet Cardiff's 40 voice motet absolutely worth checking out and along with the James MacMillan piece that we heard earlier, directly inspired by the Thomas Tallis work that we just heard played by the Kronos Quartet. In a moment. Caroline Shaw, the American Pulitzer Prize winning composer, wrote a piece for cello inspired by another work by Thomas Tallis, and later in the show, we'll hear the Talis Scholars group who take their name from the English composer. Playing some music by the late Sir John Taverner. So stay with us for all of that. I'm John Schaefer. And you're listening to new sounds.
"talis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Themselves. They got the 40 voices. But instead of singing, they're playing violins, violas and shallows toe lovely arrangement, but we will begin in earnest. With James MacMillan, the foremost contemporary Scottish composer who was asked by the aura singers over in Britain to create a piece specifically for the 450th anniversary. Of Thomas Tallis writing his 40 voice. Motet specimen, Ali. Um So he came up with a 40 voice motet that he calls VD. Aquaman. I saw the water that the text is an Easter text for the sprinkling of the holy water. And just like Thomas Tallis. He is very sparing in when you get to hear all 40 lines of music at the same time. In fact, he kind of Took the Talis piece as the template for what he did in his own work. Although harmonically as the piece goes on, the very Renaissance sounding harmonies begin to get a little more hazy and impressionistic and the ending Has a neat little harmonic twist to it. Let's hear the group for whom it was written. The aura singers at Ohara conducted by Susie Digby and VIDDY Aquaman, a contemporary work written as a response to one of the masterpieces of the Renaissance by Scottish composer James MacMillan..
Campaign to succeed PM Abe as party leader begins in Japan
"Is about to start off with the politics here. What are the chances of a surprise? In this LDP election. Or has Mr Suba got it all sewed up. Yes, well, officially, this is a street called Straight. We have Yoshihide Suga, who is very much single, Baba's right hand man right from 2012 until the current days. We have two other contenders, former Defense minister issue and former Foreign Minister Kishida but they say it is most likely a stone at it in the bag for Mr Hogan. The reason for that is the election format that the party opposite for this time, which is an expedited format, which favors Lawmakersvotes over the rank and file of the party on with within the loo. Make a party. What you have is a huge is very powerful factions. They have already decided who they're going to vote for. In most cases, it's a go. So it's very unlikely and that's something very unexpected happened this week that we'll see a different result. Isabel second quarter GDP out this morning, a contraction slightly worse than earlier estimates. What does it say about the Talis facing the next prime minister? Right? Well, obviously that's very grim news. Japan's economy that had been some hope among some that perhaps it might be not as bad as initially estimated your 60 days. Sugar has very much emphasized that he's going to be continuity candidates from the government. The monetary policy is going to stand placed extremely easy monetary policy, But he's also emphasize that if Panties of worsening and job statistics, or AH, big leap in bankruptcies. For example, he's prepared to step in with more physical stamina, small money to help people get through this crisis. I think he's very much you know, on the bull and looking to see what can be done if necessary in the coming months.
The Lambeth Poisoner: Thomas Neill Cream
"A warm wind blew across London's River Thames rustling the hair of two young women. Alison uh both straighten their dresses and smiled brightly hoping to secure a client for the evening. Soon they were approached coached by a tall stately man well dressed but weathered by time. He introduced himself as a doctor named Fred and asked to by them both for the evening the women eagerly invited him back to their homestead where they shared a few beers some canned salmon and of course their bed after the deed was done. Fred offered them to small white pills to help clear up the NEREO disease. The women gladly accepted the gift and said goodbye to Fred hoping the wealthy doctor would return again soon but only moments after his departure screams erupted through the halls of the homestead. The screams came from not one but two different bedrooms. Alice stumbled into the hallway foaming at the mouth and clutching her nightgown. She staggered toward Emma. Who was still in her room? Calling out for Alice seconds later they both began to violently convulse. Soon it was impossible for either to move at all M. Oh Look Talis wondering how they could have been foolish enough to take pills from a stranger. Emma could only choke out. He's not a stranger he he is a doctor of few hours later. None of it seemed to matter by that time both women were dead.
"talis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Very sad. Talis sentence that is totally unnecessary much like this. But in a surprise twist, just a half hour later Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus, Vance announced New York state charges against Manafort for mortgage fraud conspiracy and falsifying business records Manafort has been banking on a pardon from President Trump was non-committal. It's not something that right now, in my mind, I do feel badly for Paul Manafort that I can tell you. But even if Mr. Trump grant a pardon for the federal crimes, his powers, don't extend the state crimes. Former federal prosecutor Scott Fredrick sin. It certainly appears to be an attempt by the Manhattan DA Cy Vance to make sure that Mr. Manafort is prosecuted, and perhaps served prison time, even if he is pardoned this sixty nine year old former Trump campaign, chairman was one of Robert Muller's first targets and is heading to jail for range of federal crimes. Including Bank fraud witness tampering and conspiracy against the United States in court Manafort appeared in a wheelchair wearing a dark suit and holding a cane I'm sorry for what I have done. He told judge Amy Berman Jackson. He asked her to separate him from his wife and family, but judge Jackson was not moved saying Manafort was not a victim. And that it is hard to overstate the number of lies in the amount of fraud involved in his crimes. New york. Prosecutors have to be careful that the charges. They filed aren't too similar to the charges. Manafort has already faced that is prohibited under a standard called double jeopardy. But New York prosecutors say they are confident in their case colori, the city has news the White House. Investigators are probing the theft of guns and gun parts from martinsburg. West Virginia ATF firearms disposal facility here. CBS news. Correspondent Jeff Peggy's? Police recovered a stolen part from an agent's Glock handgun in early February when ATF officials ran a trace on the item they discovered it should have been destroyed at the martinsburg facility, but it wasn't officials then launched a criminal investigation determining that thousands of firearm parts, including guns and ammunition had been stolen, and what they believe was an inside job the thefts raise questions about how the ATF secures weapons and ammunition that it's supposed to be destroying Michael Sullivan is a former aide. ATF director some confidence ATF would say there was a failure in their process failure in their system in a letter to the ATF deputy director senators on the homeland security and governmental affairs committee asked the agency to turn over information on the Michigan Senator Gary Peters, the top democrat on the committee wrote the letter there was a breach of these parts were able to get out and to be sold. And that's something that we can never tolerate Jeff piggies reporting now to a across country college admissions scandal implicating celebrity parents, including one of the stars of full house. Laurie Lachlan was released on a million dollar bond. Wednesday India's due back in court later this month. Now, remember just feel yourself and talk to me like you would at home. She and her husband mossy emoji newly along with actress, Felicity Huffman are among dozens of parents charged in connection with the estimated twenty five million dollar college admission scheme run by William singer. Hedge-fund CEO Manuel and Rick has also arrested stepped down from his position in Hercules Cavuto Wednesday. According to court documents he and his wife paid singer roughly half a million dollars to help their two daughters. His oldest who was admitted to Georgetown gloated about having a Proctor sit side by side with her at the SAT's and correct her answers. I don't think that she belongs here because she never deserved to get in, gene. Buckingham founder of a brand strategy firm is accused of pain fifty thousand dollars for a Proctor to take the ACT test in place of her son. Jack, Jack tells the Hollywood reporter I've been advised not to speak on the matter. But I take comfort in the fact that this might help finally cut down on money and wealth being such a heavy factor in college, admissions, Mark ridell, whom singer called his best test taker faces charges related to fraud and money laundering, it a new statement. He apologized saying I understand how my actions contributed to a loss of trust in the college admissions process. I just want to be a system that's fair to everyone UCLA students. Stephanie mattress says it will take drastic action level the playing field. What would you like to see the school do about all this? It would be fair for them to get their admission revoked just because it's like it shows you that the school is for integrity. Here at USC. They say they're reviewing each student associated with the alleged scheme on a case by case basis. But as for those who are implicated who apply for next year, they're.
"talis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Protesters. Very sad. Talis sentence that is totally unnecessary. But in a surprise twist, just a half hour later Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus, Vance announced New York state charges against Manafort for mortgage fraud conspiracy and falsifying business records Manafort has been banking on a pardon from President Trump who today was non-committal. It's not something. That's right now, in my mind, I do feel badly for Paul Manafort that I can tell you. But even if Mr. Trump grant a pardon for the federal crimes, his powers, don't extend the state crimes. Former federal prosecutor Scott Fredrick sin. It certainly appears to be an attempt by the Manhattan DA Sivan's to make sure that Mr. Manafort is prosecuted, and perhaps served prison time, even if he is pardoned the sixty nine year old former Trump campaign, chairman was one of Robert Muller's first targets and is heading to jail for a range of federal crimes, including Bank fraud witness tampering and conspiracy against the United States. In court today Manafort appeared in a wheelchair wearing a dark suit and holding a cane I'm sorry for what I have done. He told judge Amy Berman Jackson. He asked her not to separate him from his wife and family, but judge Jackson was not moved saying Manafort was not a victim. And that it is hard to overstate the number of lies and the amount of fraud involved in his crimes. New york. Prosecutors have to be careful Jeff that the crimes they are pursuing aren't too similar to the charges. Manafort has already faced that's prohibited under a standard known as double jeopardy, but New York prosecutors say they're confident in their case qualification very much..
"talis" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Wednesday afternoon after days of mounting pressure. President Trump this afternoon announced the grounding of all Boeing seven thirty-seven max planes following Sunday's crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet that killed one hundred and fifty seven pilots have been notified airlines have been all notified airline agreeing with this the safety of the American people at all people is paramount concern CBS's Kris van cleave reports. The FAA says new satellite data from the crash was part of the decision. This new satellite. Data gives a little bit clearer picture of the flight path if you will this Ethiopian plane and evidently there are some similarities enough similarities with what happened to the lion air flight back in October that warranted. The Canadians and now the FAA to. Go ahead and take this step to ground the airplane much more on tonight's CBS evening news. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is scheduled to serve a total of seven and a half years in prison after being sentenced to additional time on two conspiracy counts manafort's lawyer, Kevin downing very sad. Very sad. Talis sentence that is totally unnecessary within minutes of the sentencing. Prosecutors in New York brought state charges against Manafort CBS's. Steven Portnoy, the New York indictment, if it results in a conviction assurance that Paul Manafort will be punished in state court, even if he's pardoned by President Trump the Manhattan DA in a sixteen count indictment accuses Manafort of mortgage fraud conspiracy and falsifying business records. The fallout continues from what federal authorities call the biggest college admissions scam ever prosecuted today. Actress Laurie Lachlan was taken into custody. Steve Futterman has more on this Laughlin and her husband are both charged accused of spending a half million dollars to get there. Two doger's into the university of southern California Laughlin was not arrested yesterday. She was filming a TV series in Canada. She returned today, surrendered her first court appearance is set to take place.
"talis" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Leeann who is the son of me and who's now confined to the quote dank house of Haiti's Haiti's house. I didn't even know. It was dang. Yeah. It's. Sank down there. So this would frame Talos as last bronze man, given by Zeus to Europa to protect your children, and then given to me knows to guard Crete. However, there seems little to suggest that anyone else viewed. The bronze men is actual men of bronze in Paris suspects that this was abalone os's invention. Okay. So we're seeing sort of a mishmash of different ideas. Here you got Hessy bronze age of creatures these human creatures who are not literally made of bronze. But, but it seems like apple Oni sort of taking that idea and applying it to a creature that he he does say explicitly is made of bronze again myths. Evolve myths are retold retold and changed so if he's made of bronze who made him well in those popular version of the tale as we've discussed tallows is the create is a creation a machine of some sort born from the forge and in the earlier traditions to creator is fastest aka Vulcan, God of the forge in Homer's, the Iliad we're told that. Hypothesis creates golden females and we'll driven tripod stools to serve the table of the gods. And he's also the one who forged the arm or the arms of Kelly's Simonis among others dinovite talents as a creature of Festus. Okay. So created by the gods that sort of takes away to some extent for me, the scifi nature of of the creature. Right. Yeah. If it's an animated statue of bronze. But it's created by the gods. It seems like it's nature is essentially magical, right? Yeah. Now Paris reminds us that the association here might have been Talis was a creation in the art of Festus, perhaps by another I suppose, this would be like using satanic magic to make a monster. Right. Who is who's the the master of the monster? Who's the true monster maker? Here's the wizard or the devil over time that we see this growth of association with Daedalus. And I think this is where we really can get into some fun questions about technology. So in time Daedalus comes to serve. As a human represent Representative of the skills and crafts that Festus rules over. So the mythological inventor again he said to have had walking statues of his own. He created the Minoan maze in crafted the wings of Chris. He was a master of at least art if not technology. Yeah. And usually in the traditions, both or at least overtime, but with and Paris makes a lot of this history of sociation between Daedalus and statuary that he was a great innovator in life sculpture is for example, Peres points out the Diodoros writes, quote in the sculptor's art, he Daedalus, so far excelled all other men the statues. He made were like human beings. They could see they said and walk in a word preserved. So well, the composition of the whole body that is handiwork seemed to be a living creature? So we're gonna the skeptically it just sounds like he's he's an accomplished sculptor and can make lifelock like sculpture. There's right. But this does seem to be taken literally all over the place. There are platonic dialogues where Socrates and it's there in the youth of fro. And it's there in the men. Oh, I think they're platonic dialogues for Socrates talks about Daedalus statues literally walking away. So he'll use them as a metaphor for something. Like, don't let this thing. Get away from you like Daedalus statues walking off from the workshop, but the idea of the innovation of lifelike poses in artistic sculpture does make me think about how when you look at stone age figurines, maybe I just haven't seen enough of them. But almost all the ones I can think of seemed to be posed with arms at their sides. Almost like corpses. They don't seem to be an action even the low and Mench is like this whole the Venus figurines, the low image. Just racking my brain for stone-age statues that really have much much action or stuff going on as if they're alive. But once you get closer. Or to the modern age once you get the empire's of Egypt and elsewhere guess later in the stone age and into the bronze age you start to see more figurines of humans animated with action like the striding figurines of ancient Egypt. Robert annot you've seen these right? Where the their legs are clearly like walking the walk sign on the street..
"talis" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"We're back. So before we proceed here. I wanna read this. Excellent quote from Merlin Paris in that Talos in Daedalus article that we've been discussing that really drives home. What why we're doing an episode about this myth to begin? With quote, Talis was not a mortal creature like the rest of them. But a product of the bronze founders are. In other words, we have in him a robot perhaps man's first conception of such not only in the outer form, but replete with an imaginary mechanical device, which was thought to activate him and in this capacity. He does not draw his plausibility as the other monsters did from the wild and fantastic nature's that belonged to prehistory rather. He is remarkably futuristic anticipating the scientific possibilities of the present age. And even then belonging more with the Zohar imaginings of the new mythos. Science fiction than with the mechanisms created and used in real life. I think something that's interesting about looking at the fantastical literature of the ancient world is that a lot of times we have troubled discerning, the difference between what was to them sort of magic fantasy and what was to them. They're equivalent of science fiction, as we would imagine it today because to us it all looks ancient it's all you know, because they're forward looking is still sort of backward to us. But I think there's a lot of literature in the ancient world the could quite well be characterized as sort of like science fiction. I think sometimes when you read, for example, the book of revelation or other apocalyptic literature, we read that now is feature is kind of like a epic fantasy or something like that. But I think from the time it was created the attitude toward it would have been more like our ideas like this. Topi and future Seifi. I think it's a strong point. Yes. Now at this point. We wanted to discuss some of the different versions of the tale. Relating wear Talos came from because they're important in breaking down what this tale says about technology. So the first one that we've been talking about a good bit has been the story told by Appalachia of roads and the Argonaut IKA, right? Yeah. This is the idea that he was a survivor of the age of bronze. And this is something that the Merlin Peres viewed as a quote dubious tradition. Right. So the bronze age were discussing here. This is not a an historical time period. This is not the technological bronze age that we will talk about that later. Yeah. What we're discussing. Here is one of the poet Hessy odds. Five races a race of humans created by Zeus from ash-trees, violent clad in bronze destroyed in the flood of of decor..
"talis" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"And I think this this is the key. And this is something we're going to discuss over and over again in this episode is that it it's easy to just dismiss this tale because Tallus does not have other adventures he basically shows up kinda dungeons and dragons random encounter, and he's dispatched the main story about him is his death. Right. And you can also say we'll Heatley sounds a lot like achilles. It's kind of like a bronze a robot knockoff of achilles to a certain extent. But when you really start digging into it, the technological aspect of this is absolutely phenomenal. No one great source on the tradition of the. Talis character is the author Merlin Perez who wrote the article Talos Daedalus a review of the authorship of the abominable bronze man in the Salen journal of humanities from nineteen seventy one and this is a fantastic article. So we will bring him up several times throughout the episode now one thing Paris points out is that not all versions of the towel story described housing xactly, the same sometimes his body has different features or characteristics, depending on who the author is. Yes. And is we'll discuss even the size fluctuates, right one that we always have to remember with Greek myths in particular is that they evolve I mean, all myths are subject to change over time and over place, depending on who's telling the tale and in win they are telling it in certainly the case with Greek mythology. So for example, apple onea's of roads, who's writing in the third century had said that this this vein this vein inside him was only apparent under the sinew of his ankle. Right. The ryan. Title. But then there are other accounts that say that it stretched from the neck down to both ankles. So that was apple Doris. Right. Yes. So this vein is full of what's known as e core which in Greek myth is the lifeblood of the gods. Sometimes it's described as golden instead of red though in most of the stories of seen about Tallus. It is described as red in the Iliad when the gods, for example, Aphrodite E R cut or stabbed with spears. They can be harmed. Their skin can be pierced and they leak fluid, but the fluid they leak is not blood, but e core so to quote from the Iliad, quote, the point tore through the Umbro Joel robe, which the Grace's had woven for Aphrodite -i and Pierce the skin between her wrist in the palm of her hand. So that the immortal blood or e core that flows in the veins of the blessed? God's came pouring from the wound for the gods. Do not eat bread nor drink wine hints. They have no blood such as ours and are. Portal. I love the conflicting ideas here like the idea that the God can be injured and the God can bleed, but they are in some sense, immortal. They have bodies they can leak fluid. They can be hurt. But the idea of immortality is somehow more bound up in what goes into their body, and what comes out of it than what can be done to it. Yes. And it's important to note here that this does not mean Talis is a God all accounts indicate that he is a manufactured thing. But of course, the manufacturer changes depending on the different tales. Yeah. But but still he is he's like this. Artificial creation that has been filled with life because he's been filled with the core. So the echo or maybe for for. The bronze mentality is not essential to his nature. But is something that has been used to give him the properties. He has maybe the properties of life or animation. Right. Yeah. The gasoline for your large. Bronze death Gullam the oil in the car now this makes..
"talis" Discussed on All In The Mind
"Prostitutes all the time. Actually, he wasn't merely addicted to sex. He was addicted to the feeling of being fallen in love with he was happily married, but he had an extraordinary sexual appetite. He pursued that by seeing somewhere in the region of about three thousand prostitutes, and he blew all the money. Hi, it's all in the mind on our in onlin, Malcolm today, some intriguing stories of the extremes of love from behind the therapist store. After years as a clinical psychologist, Dr Frank Tallus felt compelled to share some of his patients intense experiences driven by romantic love. His latest book is the incurable, romantic and other unsettling revelations. I mean, everybody has experienced love and also everybody has experienced that curious feeling of when being in love also flirting with madness. So obviously being a clinical psychologist. I've been quite interested in how falling often mimics the symptoms of mental illness. Frank Talis believes we tend to use the term love sickness fatty lightly. Love sickness and conditions of allowing in desire have been recognized by doctors from classical times to the eighteenth century. I'm actually there even some cases described in the early nineteenth century. It's only recently that the the idea of love sickness has lost currency as a clinical diagnosis. So even when love is healthy people describe symptoms that do seem to overlap with mental illness. Soad's of depression, melancholy, general instability, of mood obsession, admittedly, about the person they're in love with but full it's often a very very difficult to control. And of course, when love goes wrong, the psychological consequences can be very problematic and even catastrophic so phenomenal like infatuation sexual jealousy. Heartbreak in appropriate attachments. Sexual addiction, and perhaps even worse stalking mode in the context of particularly male sexual jealousy and suicide connected with heartbreak and at lessons particularly vulnerable teenagers to suicidal idea Asian because they often don't have the emotional maturity to deal with rejection and heartbreaks, it's it's very seriousness curious thing that we just don't seem to take it seriously. If you look at the way, we deal with love as a culture, we tend to. Belittle it in terms of romantic comedy when if you look at romance genre. It's not recovered as being terribly serious. So it's quite an extraordinary thing. How something so serious? Something has devastating consequences for lots of people when people look back on their lives and think about the most emotionally significant events in their lives. They're almost always associated with love when love goes wrong and people experienced divorce. It's regarded as one of most stressful experiences a person can have. So so much of our lives are bound up in it. And yet as a culture, we just don't seem to take it very seriously. Frank talents has been inspired by the wide range of encounters. His clients have had with love and romance. One of them shows a connection between at sessional love and mental illness. Megan showed the extrordinary qualities of what's known as declare Mbo syndrome the combo syndrome. Is a delusion of love. And typically what happens is an individual more commonly woman than a man falls in love with a higher status individual. It's quite Saban. There's no preamble. So it's pretty much love first sight, the feelings are very intense and very strong baton itself. You might say extrordinary because lots of people do fall in verse side, but it's associated with the delusional belief that the person they fall in love with also loves them loves them equally and passionately, but for reasons perhaps they're frightened of the intensity of the experience..
"talis" Discussed on Security Now
"So in all of those for potentially serious problems take was careful to remind us and reiterate that only not educated user could cause these problems that was good. However. In their disclosure, they failed to be explicit about the fact that one of those bugs allowed and authenticated attacker to run any program of their choosing by making a web request to the router. But again, that attacker would need to be authenticated. Okay. However, in that previous bug, what it allows thanks to an allowing the passwords file to be obtained by an unauthenticated attacker that allows them Dow to become authenticated. So in other words, by leveraging both of these problems, neither one by themselves being devastating, but used in conjunction. They provide the the first one, which is otherwise much less severe provides enough information. For the second one, which would otherwise be much less severe to essentially Aloun attacker to cause the router to run any externally provided file that they choose as route. So unfortunately. Tenable. And while still obeying reasonable disclosure guidelines. Because after all a patch was immediately forthcoming and was made available, they posted a proof of concept on get hub with full source, showing how to build a source and how to remotely attack any doubly unpacked Microtek router. In other words. Microtek was relying upon the fact that that no unauthenticated user could become authenticated since April two. In their representation of how bad this newer problem is. But we now know that the internet is full of many hundreds of thousands of micro tick routers, which are still today vulnerable to the problem from April meaning that they are now also vulnerable to this proof of concept which is widely available and exploitation of it has erupted on the internet. So at this point, what we have is the news of its exploitation and without specifics we know that Mirai has used it. We know that it was. It's been used by this crypto minor injection, and we know that as we were discussing last week, the VPN filter from that Cisco Talis group spent the summer and. Analyzing is also another user of the previous exploit or maybe this one I, it wasn't clear whether the, whether the attackers may have been leveraging this latest one as well. But we now have a situation where publicly known by leveraging both of these problems disclosed this year which which persistently exists in hundreds of thousands of these Microtek routers. It is possible to simply cause the web server to obtain to fetch a remote file and run it as route and you know, gain additional strength. But what I liked about this was this was a such a clean and clear example of this of the concept that we've often discussed where you can take where multiple vulnerabilities by themselves in isolation may not. Not be nearly as devastating as a CIA by as chaining them in order to create something more strong and I am. I would also say, again, we know anyone can make a mistake mistakes happen. Microtek is responsible in in in my opinion in patching them and responding to them immediately. You know props for that. But they're designed policies they are responsible for and the policy which we've discussed as we've looked at this more closely, which is their policy of requiring a sophisticated understanding a remote access security from an unsophisticated purchaser of a forty nine dollar retail, plastic box for the home or small office is absolutely wrong. You know, a lot of people are listeners have defended Microtek saying, hey, it's got all these bells and whistles you can lock it down tight. And as we found, yes, but it doesn't come locked down tight. You don't have to turn these things that you want on their on unless you turn them off and that is absolutely wrong. And as a consequence, I would argue that they, they have earned and deserve. The reputation damage that they are currently suffering within the security community. You know, most users are not listening to this podcast and they'll never know. Unfortunately, people who purchase those micro tick routers and and haven't updated them since April are inviting all kinds of problems in their networks. And now we know as a consequence of what Cisco found that these things are setting up shop, they are what? What was it?.
"talis" Discussed on WTVN
"A band director at central crossing high school is facing serious charges today after he admitted to receiving nude photos of one of his former students court documents show forty year old Keith Talis was arrested in connection with the pandering of sexually oriented material involving a minor police say the photos were sent to Halas by a seventeen year old student in may of twenty sixteen a south western city school district released a statement saying he's been placed on administrative leave pending the investigation Harrison college made the announcement to their students this week that they are closing their doors for good the school says they made the decision to close their operations effective tomorrow, citing financial pressure on the institution. This school is served Indiana, Ohio and North Carolina for over one hundred and sixteen years and a statement on their website. They say they're working closely with the Ohio State board of career colleges and schools to help their current students transferred to other colleges and universities. To continue their education. Bob Evans farms is recalling nearly fifty thousand pounds of pork sausage link products. Today. Officials say a surge of complaints led to the discovery of clear hard, plastic in certain packages. The recall affects eleven other states, including Indiana, Maryland, Wisconsin, New York and North Carolina. And the fourth ranked buckeyes are in Dallas tonight for a road test against fifteenth rank to TCU the game will be just the seventh time that there's two schools have played each other with OSU holding a four one in one series lead. Their last meeting came in nineteen Seventy-three when the buckeyes defeated TCU thirty seven to three at Ohio stadium behind Cornelius greens to scores and Archie Griffin. Sixty eight yard touchdown run. For.
"talis" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"Also co host of the new hacking human spot guests along with Joe Kerrigan where they take on social engineering, Dave. What are the top stories from the cyber wire this week? Well, the top story, the most interesting story, I guess the most interesting interview that I had in this past week I spoke with Andy Greenberg. He's a senior writer at wired and his story about the not pet you attack came out in the past week or so you guys check this went out. I thought it was. I mean, this is a super interesting article like who knew how indepth all this stuff can go. How crazy at all is just stunning to me. Yeah, Andy always does interesting work. He's actually got a book coming out next year about sand worm which is the the group in Russia that they think is responsible for all this stuff. And so what the article itself is is well worth check-. Out. It's a good long read, but a couple of take homes for me that I found particularly interesting. Some some points Andy made in our interview. He said, for example, this was a act of war in that the Russians were attacking the Ukrainians using cyberattack in this ongoing conflict that they've been having with Ukraine and everyone else was sort of residual damage it was it. It only hit companies who had a presence in Ukraine. Yeah. So you could have a single computer in there you were. It was this accounting software that people use this cranium localized accounting software, and if you use the at, that's how it got into your system. And that's how the big companies like mayor skin, FedEx, and so on, they got hit. So what's really an interesting takeaway, I think is what does this mean for warfare? And. And it reminded me of a biological attack where you can have all the best intentions with with the biological tack, but it can get out and it spreads. And that's what happened here. The best intentions in biological attack never before. Have I heard that phrase? Well, the bigger point is, do we need international treaties or some such thing in the same way that we have them for biological warfare? Are we coming into an age where we need those sorts of norms there? I say in a in a world in a world where we who are leaders, look at norms, laugh at them in the mouth of window do do we need some agreed upon international norms when it comes to cyber attacks in the way that they could spread we do, but you know, they ain't gonna become an from us. I think we've got to look at the EU and will Russia care and pay attention and with. Out, say, you know, the other biggest superpower standing up to them. I don't think it will make much of a difference. Yeah, I, it's, it's crazy, ten billion dollars estimated damages from this. And and you know, containment is not the strong suit in in these sorts of hacking attempts. So get outs and, and yeah, unintended consequences are. Or maybe not so unintended when? Well, right is just to do damage and anywhere really well. And Andy made the point that some of the folks talked to over it. CISCO's Talis group said that they wonder if this was also also away for the Russians to say, hey, you're doing business with Ukraine. He's, yeah, be shame if something happened to you. Yeah. Yeah. Well, there's a lot of that mob mentality going around right now, isn't there? So yeah, I don't know. I definitely agree that it's time that there be some sort of treaties. This is this is the future or fair. This is more damaging than biological weapons. It's more useful to go after finances and businesses than it is after soft targets as they say a meat. What's the point in? You know, actually killing civilians when the real power is with the money. Now, it's interesting that there was there as far as they can tell there weren't any direct fatalities from not peci despite the fact that it basically shut down several hospitals in Ukraine ram, so I, but but it's only I it's only a matter of time. I suppose someone sounding a little dour himself now. Well, it rubbed off on me Brian. Chipper mood. I leave for two minutes and then everything going. What's going on. You got a little good show in their Jason. Don't worry. Okay..
"talis" Discussed on Hard Factor
"It's like a hermit crab, getting out of his shell takes a lot of that John Goodman Denzel movie, right that one. Right, exactly. Yes, that that movie pretty good movie actually. So maybe they saw that movie as well. Court documents, say, Abdul, Ghani, hush. The child who died struggled with seizures. So maybe it wasn't a demon, but it was just a medical condition, but that's never had a seizure. So maybe Jesus Christ you do now on a sleep, walk around this family. Never heard of never heard of web MD at this family. No, they did not. So Abdul was the son of Suraj bean. Hodge who we mentioned was the founder and Suraj kidnapped his son back in December as four year old son from the state of Georgia, and apparently the death ritual happen all the way back in February and his son was buried at the compound and the adults use this death ritual to motivate the rest of the kids saying that it's okay, dual died as a martyr. He's going to be resurrected as Jesus, and he will identify corrupt institutions and people for all of us to attack like teachers, military law enforcement to Catholic insurance institutions. Yeah, I wish it said the Catholic church in Pennsylvania, but he did not have Islam. Omic names, but they believe in Jesus and all this other stuff. Yeah, it's a confusing stories, a fun group, the children? Yeah. The children were given tactical training on how to clear rooms and to shoot firearms and Talis county sheriff. Jerry ho graph testified that in air style rifle several handguns and body armor vowed at the scene as well as one hundred foot long tunnel was on the property where authorities found a high caliber sniper rifle and other guns. So it was basically your run of the mill arsenal in a compound was secret tunnel setup. Yeah. Your classic wills, house setup, Colt militia. Hct was shocked and when he found at the compound, but he did agree with the defense's argument that it would be prudent to teach teenagers how to use firearms safely in the remote desert. Couldn't help himself, couldn't help himself shot everything except for the fact that are training with weapons. Those shares beautiful. They had a nice train yard out there. I'll tell you, I'm gonna. I'm gonna. Keep going to keep a hold of some of these guns. I think another new development to the story is that New Mexico judge Sarah Bacchus allowed these assholes that ran the compound to be released while awaiting trial on bonds as now receiving a plethora of death threats over the phone of Email and online things like I'm going to slit your throat and stuff like that. How do you set bond for something like this? It'd be tough one how you remind them? Yeah, you don't. You don't let them go. That's what everyone's saying. You don't set bond, but she did. So Robert Lino on the internet says, don't know how the judge granted them bail. But this is a prime example of what is wrong with the New Mexico courts. Criminals always seem to get bail here in New Mexico. So good place for criminals to go. That's why they live there. Robert Jesus, they made a choice, Robert. All right. Well, this is much better story than. Than those to clean it up here. Is it about rape? Is it about murder? No, it's a dozen vol penises. All right. The French finally, did it guys just when you think they have absolutely no redeeming qualities besides various types of cheeses, and wines and breads. They went and changed the way men PM public and made many women hate the penis. Just that much more what they do, what they do, they put in public urinals in plain sight. All right. So the recently installed Yuri tro Twas a blend of French words for urine and sidewalk held it. How do you say that? Yuri, tro Twi jury, nice. Okay. Fucker didn't think I could do it. They are in response to what is become an epidemic of men pissing in historic streets in creating the foul smell of urine everywhere you walk. So the government said, fuck it. Let's give these thirty bastards someplace to go Winstons. This happened right after the World Cup win, urine was going on in the streets, they they need these in the French quarter in New Orleans..
"talis" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast
"When he gives them the last word car start uses the devastating, like kill me beakers by our own laws. Like you know, the history of the Starks the car Starks are they are the same family. The car Starks became the Starks when they were bequeath this fortress Takhar hold and they put that as part of their names, but they are. They are kin. So rob is literally akin slayer, which is one of the more occurs. Things you can be in the the weird religions of this of this nation, and then you're no king of mine. I mean, I think rob realized that his mom and Talis we're going to be right that as soon as their Lord renounced him as a king. And I think he also starting to feel I'd say he's starting to feel like he's the that the war is lost, but then he has that kind of triumph, it scene where he gets the idea, the assault Cassidy rocket the end. Yeah. I mean, I think they both have points here. Everyone's got a point. You know, car stark has a point when he says, we like I killed your enemies. Maybe that's not treason. Rob views it as treason because he went against Rob's wishes essentially. You can't just obey the king without being treason. Yeah. And then all of his posse has has a really good point about the car stars. Leaving them if if he does this but but rob has that part of Ned him right. Respect for owner, right? And this is what requires of him. This is what Justice requires. I this, I don't think that Ned would have broken a marriage alliance. Yeah, I agree. Same way that I mean, that's the thing where he doesn't quite have like he's got neds like foolishness and stupidity in kind of blindness to like the politics and kind of retaking temperature of a room. But he also doesn't quite have that like iron core of willpower oak like integrity and righteousness. With the exception of, you know, at nets, supposedly cheating on his wife while he was off at war. Well, I think there's, you know, there's definitely a fine line between honor and Justice and righteousness, right? Like all of those things are not necessarily one in the same and it can be at odds, many times. And I feel like that's where rob his is himself honor demanded that he. The while, the fray girl. He chose to go with his heart on that and break break that on her, but here, Justice demand, something of him right and anything. And he. And he's got a choice to make between honoring the kinship with the car Starks or meeting out Justice here. Yeah, and he's trying to draw the bright line. Will you murdered children? Right? I think ours don't think it's that easy. I don't think I think car start engineered this cleverly because he should have kept car stark in prison and as a hostage to make sure the his house stays loyalty and that'd been smart play. And that's exactly what he did to his mother and his mother defied him and broke the law and let go, you know, Jamie Lancaster unilaterally. He in prisoners, seemed like that's kind of like over now. But like I think karston was wanting to see and I, I don't know where the expected him because it seems like he did expect him to like, oh, he's going to scold me in, you know, send me on my way, but he's also saying it was such disrespect. I think he's trying to provoked other reaction because now he wants to either have the satisfaction of proving that this young wolf is soft. More bring the young wolf down. Yeah, because he's had it up to here with his, you know. Distraction. Like that's where rob that's Rob's problem. He's just, he doesn't like, like, why are we here? We were here to save your father, or then we are here to avenge your father and the north since of honor and propriety, and you are chasing tail. That is ridiculous, and it is ridiculous. I really hate people to defend rob and that decision is impossible to indefensible like you, you know you, you could avoid making the marriage compact with Walter FRA, and you could have built a fucking bridge and gone around taking time whatever, but you needed to get across..
"talis" Discussed on The CyberWire
"History of going after us targets including the massive dido's attacks they conducted on twenty four us financial institutions during twenty twelve and twenty thirteen and quote fill near a cyber operations as an asymmetric way of warfare quote cyber is an ideal mechanism for weaker adversaries like iran because it allows them to demonstrate strength on the global stage without resorting to armed conflict i expect that iran will continue to escalate it cyber attacks on us targets but will keep them below the threshold that would require a connecticut response from the us and quote so far iran's damaging attacks come against targets located in its regional rivals like saudi arabia but in principle they could be extended to the us or elsewhere observers think it likely that a cyber attack attributable to iran withdraw a strong us reprisal recorded future offers a lengthy assessment of iran's cyber establishment one interesting note theron depends on competing contractors for most of its offensive capabilities there are at least fifty organizations that vibe for the work studies of wiper malware issued this week by cisco's talis group are also worth reviewing as us surani intentions rise chamoun a wiper used against saudi aramco in two thousand twelve has generally been attributed to iran there are of course other threats to infrastructure out there industrial cybersecurity experts at drago's this morning released a report on alan night a threat actor the company says has been actively prospecting us hugh k electrical utilities they've observed watering hole and fishing leading to ics recon and screen shot collection allen night resembles the russian pal meadow fusion group the us department of homeland security described last year it's targets set is similar to dragonflies but drago's assesses allen nights technical capabilities as being significantly different from those exhibited by dragonfly when alan night i made its appearance last year its successes had been confined to penetration of business and administration systems but drago's now confirms that allah night had succeeded in extracting information directly from industrial control systems.