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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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Find the care guides you need to help at AARP dot org's slash caregiving brought to you by AARP and the Ad Council. My talk is missing the 2020 State fair. So we're turning lemons into deep fried lemonade on a stick over those celebrate that might talk unfair. Minnesota State Fair by checking out highlights pics and videos from state fairs path plus by new My talk merch, including shirts, face masks and hats that might talk one of +71 dot com. Keyword unfair for some crazy stupidity indeed. Well, then I guess one could say that's a crazy, stupid idiot. Colleen and Bradley present C s. I stands for crazy, Stupid idiots. It sure does. Why? Well, because the world is full of them Crazy, stupid idiots. Dumb people doing dumb things not Laurie and Julia. They just made a boo boo on the technology. Yeah, we love you. Oftentimes in the state of where we going First house. Think them for the laughs were going by the way do we know? They were trying to talk to know. OK, I guess we'll find out on 8 28 at 3 32 called. That's what we call the best Friday. I'll say so. Friday at 3 30 will find out who you feel like you were talking to Steve and literally. They just Laurie Anjali tweeted out the following six minutes ago, you'd be on our show Friday. 8 28 330. Well, actually 330 So stay tuned that several people have responded just Yeah, alright. Who's our first turned crazy stupidity? Well, we're going to London Fancy that We were just in London talking about Tom Cruise going to see a screening of the movie tenant. But This is actually something that happened late last year, but that we're learning about today because of a prison sentence This has to do with a person named Shaquille. And Shaquille did something that Oh, gosh. Well, they did it intentionally, but actually, it's one of my worst fears. Oh, God. OK when so when you go to a museum. And you're walking around. What happens if you trip over the rope and you push into a painting? Oh, that would be terrifying. Or you break a marble statue. But that is like Whoa. Remember that lady, didn't she? What happened? She knocks something over in an art gallery, and it created this like Domino effect. Don't you remember that in like a bunch of pedestals, Just like when pompom bump knocking over tons of artwork? Yeah, there was also a kid who was at a museum, and he accidentally tripped over his own feet and then pushed his hand straight into a painting. Oh, my gosh. Sometimes I worry when I'm in a museum that I can't control my body. But that wasn't Shaquille Sze worry at all because he was at the Tate Modern Gallery in London. That is a huge art museum in London like that's the equivalent of being at the Walker Art Museum here in Minneapolis. Well. He could totally control his body. And that's when he decided to punch a $20 million Picasso painting, and he ripped it from the wall. Ah! Like intentionally just Lost it. Yeah, I don't think I think he had full control over his fist, and he punched the painting several times with a padlock before pulling it off the wall and throwing it to the ground. Ah, What did they do to you? If you ruin a Picasso? Well, you go to jail because that's why we're talking about it. Today. He was sentenced to jail. And he's going to be serving 18 months behind bars in London. Now to Shaquille Point. He said that what he did was a performance so like that was art. No. But it didn't fly with the judge because he's going. Bye bye in the car car to jail. Good. Sorry. No, no, no, no, no. Yeah, I wonder if they're going to be able to fix the painting they will now experts said that the repairs will take about 18 months. And probably cost about £350,000. But that's about $350,000. Now. This painting isn't owned by Tate modern. It's actually owned by a private collector, and it's been on loan to the museum for about a decade ago. Can you imagine that poor person? They're probably back phone. That's true. Imagine that poor rich person who got that phone call high. Remember that painting that we told you we would take grain Cameron for you and put it on display. Well, funny story. Tune in to Colleen and Bradley on Wednesday..

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Helene and Bradley Present C s. I stands for crazy, Stupid idiots. It sure does. Why? Well, because the world is full of them Crazy, stupid idiots. Dumb people doing dumb things not Laurie and Julia. They just made a boo boo on the technology. Yeah, we love you. Oftentimes in the state of where we going First house. Think them for the laughs were going by the way do we know? They were trying to talk to know. OK, I guess we'll find out on 8 28 at 3 32 called. That's what we call the best Friday. I'll say so. Friday at 3 30 will find out who you feel like you were talking to Steve literally. They just Lauren. Julia tweeted out the following six minutes ago, You'd be on our show Friday. 8 28 330. Well, actually 330 So stay tuned that several people have responded just Yeah, alright. Who's our first crazy stupidity? Well, we're going to London Fancy that We were just in London talking about Tom Cruise going to see a screening of the movie tenant. But This is actually something that happened late last year, but that we're learning about today because of a prison sentence This has to do with a person named Shaquille. And Shaquille did something that Oh, gosh. Well, they did it intentionally, but actually, it's one of my worst fears. Oh, God. OK when so when you go to a museum. And you're walking around. What happens if you trip over the rope and you push into a painting? Oh, that would be terrifying. Or you break a marble statue like that is like Whoa! Remember that lady, didn't she? What happened? She knocks something over in an art gallery. And it created this like Domino effect. Yeah. Don't you remember that in like a bunch of pedestals, Just like when pompom bump knocking over tons of artwork? Yeah, there was also a kid who was at a museum, and he accidentally tripped over his own feet and then pushed his hand straight into a painting. Oh, my gosh. Sometimes I worry when I'm in a museum that I can't control my body. But that wasn't Shaquille Sze worry at all because he was at the Tate Modern Gallery in London. That is a huge art museum in London like that's the equivalent of being at the Walker Art Museum here in Minneapolis. Well. He could totally control his body. And that's when he decided to punch a $20 million Picasso painting, and he ripped it from the wall. Ah! Like intentionally just Lost it. Yeah, I don't think I think he had full control over his fist, and he punched the painting several times with a padlock before pulling it off the wall and throwing it to the ground. What did they do to you? If you ruin a Picasso? Well, you go to jail because that's why we're talking about it. Today. He was sentenced to jail. And he's going to be serving 18 months behind bars in London. Now to Shaquille Point. He said that what he did was a performance so like that was art. No. But it didn't fly with the judge because he's going. Bye bye in the car car to jail. Good. Sorry. No, no, no, no, no. Yeah, I wonder if they're going to be able to fix the painting. They will now. Experts said that the repairs will take about 18 months and probably cost about £350,000. But that's about $350,000. Now. This painting isn't owned by Tate modern. It's actually owned by a private collector, and it's been on loan to the museum for about a decade ago. Can you imagine that poor person? They're probably back phone. That's true. Imagine that poor rich person who got that phone call high. Remember that painting that we told you we would take grain Cameron for you and put it on display. Well, funny story. Tune in to Colleen and Bradley on Wednesday. About 2 30 because they've got the story. Oh, that's so sad. Yeah, Shaquille apparently was looking to seek notoriety and five minutes of fame. Well, congratulations. You just did that to you and 18 months behind bars. What do you in for? He should be paying that $350,000 to in my eyes. Yeah, for sure. Do the time all you want, but take him where it hurts his wallet. Also just how sad would be that you did prison time for punching a painting. Yeah. I mean, not that, you know, going better reasoned. What would you do it? What are you in for? Yeah, well ditched a painting. I didn't like Cubism, so I just had to push it through face. I don't even know like would that get you like extra credit in prison were like, Don't just avoid you like the plague like that, Dude, Something's not right. Yeah. Ah, punching people. Sure. Paintings. Whoa! Alright, where we go in next bran. We are going to the Sunshine Coast or that is Florida. No, actually, that is in Australia. Rise up rise up. We're going to Byron Bay like a frog. I wish but in fact, somewhere on the Sunshine Coast, I actually don't know where that is. But I do know what's in Australia. It's a washing bay, not Byron Bay, a washing bay of a High pressure car and dog wash. Who so that's the thing that's fun Mart neighbors were high pressure washer washing the sidewalk. I wonder if it's the same thing. Yeah, no, literally. It's one of those things where they have this like one of those jets that just like, you know, careens the dirt off of you at high speed. We're off of your car rather But I say you, actually because of the subject of our next crazy, stupid idiot story. I don't have a name for you, but feel free to open this article and take a gander at this crazy stupid idiots. Because he was caught. And we know it's a he for one simple fact. You could see his wiener. No, no, I just left and don's right. Actually, you can't see it's all fuzzy it, But you get the idea that it's their family friendly because ah, this man was caught on close circuit television showering. At a sunshine Coast car and dog wash. But I really wouldn't call it taking a shower. Oh, I would call it losing a bet..

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"After the BBC world service hello I'm James Menendez coming up U. K. the cases in the United States region of the daily record but health officials say the real number of infections could be as high as twenty million and it's still spreading we're having a huge increase and in cases of places like Arizona in Florida and Texas and many other places who just a couple months ago said that they were going to have these big spikes and they didn't need to take the same measures as we did here in New York City also today the plight of thousands of cruise ship workers trapped on board because of travel restrictions there's been eight suicides XC and email in our group we talked a lot of crew members that are struggling with mental health concerns plus police raid the offices and home of an Australian politician suspected of helping the Chinese Communist Party all of that I'm all coming up after the news hello I'm raised me main with the BBC news the British prime minister Boris Johnson has warned against taking what he called too many liberties as coronavirus lockdown restrictions are relaxed the government said it might be forced to close some beaches after tens of thousands of visitors descended on England's south coast on Thursday meanwhile the head of London's Metropolitan Police has warned that offices will continue to discuss illegal parties and raves we've seen large numbers of people completely fasting for health regulations seeming not to care tool about their own when I found myself wanting to have large parties it's hot some people have drunk far too much and some people applying violence we will be prepared this weekend we have offices all over London to try to keep the peace and to protect the public from violence and disorder the Russian theater and film director Kerr real sovereignty Kolff is being found guilty of embezzlement Mr Sarek Brinkerhoff and two of the three other defendants who were convicted of misappropriating nearly two million dollars of state funds Sarah Rainsford is in Moscow a large crowd of supporters turned out the clot Curiel said it but I think of as the and the colts the trial of this popular director has been highly controversial from the start did he collapsed at one point when a judge sent it back to prosecutors because of inconsistent says now that in this retrial Mississippi deca from colleagues have been found guilty of stealing state funding meant for theater projects he's cool dot laughable and celebrity supporters believe he's being singled out because his work is so challenging to be breaking and critical the Dutch airline KLM is to receive a three point four billion euro funding package backed by the government of the Netherlands the money is intended to help it survive the crisis in the industry triggered by the pandemic he is the Leggett Efron's KLM is one of Europe's most powerful and line groups but the French and Dutch guy mins both have significant shareholdings this is led to deep political tensions between the two as they try to protect national interests in April front said it would grow to seven billion euro package of loans and guarantees to the group the Dutch government's contribution was delayed however after ministers in the Hague demanded the seats on the KLM board on the fronts rejected the money for Catalan the mixture of government funding and state backed commercial loans comes with conditions not least a twenty percent pay cut for its pilots a British teenager has been sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of fifteen years for the attempted murder of a six year old French boy at the Tate modern gallery in London John T. bravery through the child from the tenth floor balcony last August he told police he carried out the attacks because he wanted to be on the television news the boy's parents said that the acts committed what unspeakable that there be months of pain fear and rehabilitation for the child's this is the latest world news from the BBC this is W. NYC in New York at nine oh four good morning I'm Kerry Nolan the New York City health and hospitals corporation will now offer covert nineteen testing for people who have not had symptoms or if not tested positive in two weeks patients can now get both diagnostic and antibody tests for free antibody test results will be available within twenty four hours mayor de Blasio says the expanded testing will help people feel more secure a lot of people want that peace of mind where they're exposed to this these before it remember it does not tell you that you don't need to keep taking precautions it does not tell you can never get disease again but it does tell you you've had it you fought your way through it that's really helpful and reassuring to people currently about two percent of people daily are testing positive for the corona virus in New York City there's no official New York pride parade this year like so many other things it's been canceled because of the corona virus instead hundreds of LGBTQ organizations from around the world have collaborated on a virtual twenty four hour event called global pride Kathy ran as a co organizer from politicians to celebrities to activists from around the globe also highlighting many of the price that people would never see otherwise prides that happen in places where it's not only difficult or dangerous it's possibly illegal to be clear the program streams on YouTube and other platforms beginning Saturday at one AM and president trump is pushing back against the black lives matter mural proposed for Fifth Avenue directly outside trump tower the artwork is one of several the city has installed or plans to install amid nationwide protests against police brutality and racial injustice the president tweeted that quote NYC police are furious the mayor's office and the NYPD did not immediately respond.

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18-year-old sentenced for throwing child off Tate balcony

BBC Newshour

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

18-year-old sentenced for throwing child off Tate balcony

"A British teenager has been sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of fifteen years for the attempted murder of a six year old French boy at the Tate modern gallery in London John T. bravery through the child from the tenth floor balcony last August he told police he carried out the attacks because he wanted to be on the television news the boy's parents said that the acts committed what unspeakable that there be months of pain fear and rehabilitation for the

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on Beef and Dairy Network

Beef and Dairy Network

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on Beef and Dairy Network

"We all also watch out for snakes and shop? Bits of Metal Roy Moore who is appealing to. Well it's interesting. You should say 'cause we knew we knew going in the Stream was. GonNa absolutely be a smash with the with the sixty nine year olds they love it. They get enough. They want the t shirt. I'm worried about my traditional base. You're talking you know hard bitten farmers in their late fifties and sixties working on the hillsides building. What are those guys I mean? Have you tested with them? If anything they love it it's been an absolute revenue trade them that honestly we have got a farm in Yorkshire. He has now painted on the side of his truck to get out. He pretends he's been see as a beautiful beautiful thing to see. His wife has left him. Unfortunately she thinks it's very weird Apart from that is honestly gonNA touch a lot of hearts right you. Why don't you just? Why do we ask them? See what opens he thinks of it. Betsy what did you think of Vinci's Dream Babe say after this James and together we are. The south proclaimed wonder twins of podcasting and host minority corner. We tackle subjects. Lgbtq topics pop culture and untold histories of American. Poc'S THE TRUE STORY OF ESCAPE SLEEP. Turn Pirate Term Navy man in the civil war turn Congressman Robert Smalls plus current events from our perspective deep dive movie and TV reviews. You'll also get awesome book recommendations from their neighborhood friendly librarian. Don't forget my award winning Jennifer Hudson Impressions. Never taking ourselves too seriously. Inority corner because together. We're the majority every Friday here on maximum fund right. He owned the script. We're going to hear more from the injuries greg. I'm sure we have. No I think in terms of the contract we've made with him. How perfectly has we can we? Can we have some more of that interview? Please I ask Greg to explain the thinking behind his expedition that is currently at London's tate modern gallery. Here's the thing what a lot of people I find are realizing as we kind of end to this new era of plant based meets all of these companies now that are producing very good very tasty facsimiles that are now being widely used in in from everything from high end restaurants. All the way down to your fast food. Your Your Burger Kings. Your you know. Mcdonald's they're all giving you these opportunities and options. I walk around and I see placards outside of businesses that say plant based burgers here Baba Blah. Everybody's into it but what I'm hearing anecdotally from people on the street is I don't like not knowing where that comes from. I don't like not knowing what that is when I bite into a burger. I'm picturing that cow getting fattened up and then put on a truck and brought to a facility and a slaughterhouse. Takes it apart chops it up? People have now spent so much of their lives imagining that series of events every time they bite into a burger part of the unconscious. The the Carl Jung's collective unconscious the young and belief that everything we do is participating in a knowledge because we've all been doing it for generations this idea that when we eat that meat we are picturing all the steps of how we got from a living being to this meat on our plate. Now so are you saying when takes a bite of a burger their consciously thinking through the steps or that's an unconditional. Just an unkind. I mean some people probably are conscious because some people are evolved understand who they are and and are able to tap into the collective unconscious but for most people. It is a faint echo in their mind. Some people eating meat is an opportunity to feel as though you've conquered an animal. It gives us that frontier existence that we're all still searching for when we were hunter gatherers. Now listen for me. That's fine. You WANNA go out. I watch these. Alaska Shows Alaska. The last frontier life below zero. All those shows are fetish is aimed frontier life. This actually reminds me something about some of the vegans. I've been speaking to many of whom by the meat and milk in and throw it away. They will go to Alaska because they feel like. There's something missing in their life. And they will get a guy to dress up like a bat removes shore and he will run away from them and they'll be firing niff- gun at him and then suddenly they just feel like I am human being. Yeah and so. They're able to fill the hole that was previously filled by eating meat which had been floated one of those trips. I don't know if you saw this recently in the news but one of those trips While that was happening they were attacked by a bear. And that's the irony because enough gun. We'll do very very little very little and it was a it was it was really kind of unfortunate for it was like A. It was a young Vegan family from Brooklyn who wanted their kids to experience a little bit of like their past history and yet they were all pretty well mauled. Let's just say that. The the bad no compunction about eating meat no of course not because keep in mind this. The bear needs to eat as much meat as possible. Because it's got to go to sleep for five months and you know when you eat a big meal you really get sleepy so boom you gotta go get back to your den and go straight down. Put it down five months later. You come out all that fat store all that stuff. That's kept you alive. Get rid of it. That's Fecal plug that's been created in your back passage and And get on with your life. Yeah absolutely I mean. We have a lot in common Bez. Oh absolutely but you seem to think that actually gives a different debate and that we should be as we say using a facsimile of this feeling rather than the real feeling. Let's just talk about. What is your work is doing. My exhibit is called the chain right because it is that chain of our food consumption that we still feel a connection to and that I find is what people are most uncomfortable with with these plant based meets. They just can't picture it so what I do is I take all of the components. They're going to plant based meets right. Dextrose soy protein zinc glutamate. All of the stuff that goes into these delicious plant based meats and I take them in mass volumes. And I sculpt cows now you say Carey. You mean kind of sculpture of account. I mean a sculpture of a cat. So it doesn't move or mu. As of at this point it does not move. That is where I'm going. You know. That's a little bit of like where I'm going to have the same thing where you look into account is instantly feel ready come. Yeah Yeah. Yeah so I've sculpted these cows and you interact with them the way you would interact with cows at a farm there in you know a big wide pen with grass and and if you touch the cow it seems to react. There's haptic sensors in all the cows. And then you get to follow the cow from where it is into a slaughterhouse and then as you walk through. It's kind of like going in walking along as your car is getting a car wash. You know you walk through and you enter into a room where the pieces of your cow are brought out and then cooked right in front of you and you have the most delicious. Burger that you've ever had now. You have rewired your brain to believe that. This plant based Burger has been part of the same exact process that all of your other Berg. It's the same and you've got fleetwood on boards. They're playing their song of the chain thrives. Yes they are playing their song Live for the entirety of old people night. I mean they're quite old inland. The you know they've recently removed Lindsey Buckingham. I mean this was a key reason for why he wasn't involved he wouldn't do as he was strictly against this specific choice but for them. Think about it this way. They're old and it's a lot easier to play a consistent date in one location. Then go all over the world. So you're saying anyway playing for what sixteen hours a day is actually easier than than touring buses in planes and all that Mick. Fleetwood pulled me aside and he said listen to me. You've done something amazing here and thank you. You've rescued me from myself. Wow yeah he said. If I had to do this tour I would have died then. Thank God I'm here and they literally just playing that one song of the chain chain over and over and over again. Christine mcvie has lost her mind. I will say that. But I'm not sure she wasn't half crazy to begin with sure. Knew then have attempted to just to do but of rumors or Oh No contractually. They're not allowed to. I am paying them to only play the chain right. No they tried to play Rianne and once as the as we were closing down and I had to have a very stern conversation with them. That was to be honest uncomfortable. I much stevie nicks the troublemaker. In that oh no. She's so sweet. You know she's got that real witchy energy you know. And she's one of those people that really is tapped into the collective unconscious and she's also best as I can tell like sleepwalking through life. What about the people who've called you a pervert?.

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And his new album the American standard is out now my guests in the US has to DO a filmmaker and critic Catherine Bray and artist Oscar cry of ski Catherine all set any standards standard songs that mean something to you well I love welcome to my world which is popularized by Jim Reeves and as with most of the standards the on the final fight discovered at Fremont man heights this always seems to happen to me it's TV shows nothing else beautiful song in the background and another one I love this I only have eyes for you the flamingos and thought I found true Buffy the vampire slayer that's amazing isn't it today I think there's a younger and younger audience learning about music that otherwise they would have no interest in potentially because of the sinks in TV series completely and film as well I'm even one of the songs we heard just now the Surrey with the fringe on top I think I hurt for us to adopt him when Harry met Sally yes good points to points so do you have a favorite reinterpretation anything that use that stands out a re interpretation I don't know I mean I think one of the sort of interesting things about standards is the multiplicity and it's almost hearing all of the different styles somebody might reinterpret songs in and I think that's quite a root server refreshing thing in this era of this direct has been involved in the scandals you can't like his films anymore that's never going to happen with standard songs because there is no one single person such a good points I was going to say what about people who ruins songs absolute stinkers conduit that bullet proof standard songs was a great too interesting also what about you do you have an example of a standard that you know yeah massive attack and Portishead follow up from prison allowing teaser still yeah angel and tear drop so I grew up loving this and this is the is my standard if you love massive attack can I recommend a track that is possibly one of the greatest tracks in the universe please so massive attack remixed a focused on E. coli singer cool new set for the Aly Khan he had a track called moss the moss and that's his being remixed by massive attack and eighties of thank god I made a recommendation on our sister program the cultural front line this week says Steve McQueen the great British artist so he's a working class London boy who became an Oscar winning director he's a maverick and he's also now in knights of the realm as in this so Tina to Haley speaks to him that that the influences that turned him into one of Britain's greatest living artists as a career spanning exhibition of his work opened at London's Tate modern gallery you with the viva zero service this is the out cell line to keep eighty legendary French actress funny on film is a veteran of more than a hundred films and also a director in her own right in her latest movie the valet park she plays the glamorous wife of a successful cartoonist who feels lost in the contemporary world and he longs for the good old days of the nineteen seventies when he and she were young and Paris was alight with political ferment her character is described at one point as being a communist when she was young but ending up voting for Sarkozy the film is a critique of an older generation who won a radical but became more conservative J. Cindy Ross so from all part the station ABC Mets funny all don't embarrass and almost her whether she'd noticed that phenomenon in French society I think it is a dungeon and you should know these than that since you are young you have to fight against conformis and construct and to to be a member of society I never to become a member of society signed never become conformist and maybe my children Adama confirm is on me because but to answer to your question yes it's true that becoming old you became frightened and you become afraid to lose Monday afraid to lose reputation afraid to lose your job and for me it is a contrary old ness is the age of Argos off in silence the game is done so don't be afraid when you look back at the the great directors you've worked with Costa Gavras Truffaut of course scola the great directors all have one thing in common despite the fact the styles might be different I think is a good actor love of whether they are doing passion energy full of life every new movie is in your life that is no I know to do it the thirty movie behind me now the learning each time they do in the film and they put the energy and that shine the saga in the game on that as you say at the risk on a constitutional I remember even Antonioni was a stroke so it was a be able to speak his final film we and it was fighting for exactly the detail you want it he never has set off do what you want you've continued to make interesting choices I mean a lot of hats are is another film we play transgender man it said it to me about what inspires you to make choices each time I think I only said that my only luxury is that he did only what I loved I never did the movie for glory for Monday for a strategy on my caddie and I only did what thanks I loved reading the script maybe I made a terrible choice the movie was without success so it was not good but I don't regret anything because during the time I did the movie I was happy another thing something you care to says in this film W. park is that tough because it's about a your wife or perhaps to be an ex wife of of a man who's very nostalgic for the seventies in particular and he was in the seventies and who is wife was in the seventies and she reminds about one point on the seventies weren't that great for me for women it was different tell me about tell me about that I mean the seventies I love to be able to smoke it anyway so so we would have more privilege because yeah I mean I guess your character refers to the fact that for women it was hot at there's more freedom now for women I guess is what she tries to say you don't agree with the I always take by myself the freedom so I'm not waiting for laws to be free when I want that to be free I don't access the technician two can I be free now I don't like to follow society I don't like to fly society and also the mission ida funny all don't talking to the screen shows Jason di Rosso on apartment station ABC heads to A. B. C. dot net for more where that came from that's about one of the art said to go away we've got directed toward Haynes coming up and the Iranian artist Shirin Neshat the US house back after this.

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on WJR 760

"The twenty twenty will he or it's a new decade kinda nice ring to it it's got a nice ring to it twenty twenty interesting decade coming up isn't it I want to catch you up on the savage nation because with the holidays and the this and the that many things have happened that I've not been live for a quite awhile because a vacation and what not so what I'm gonna do for you today is first of all welcome K. ABC that's in Los Angeles any listener from Los Angeles who gets through today a to the savage nation at eight five five four seven two eight two well you're going to get a free copy of stop mass hysteria now if your hidden American anywhere in America because you have to hide your politics because of the violence coming from the left I pity you but you really don't have to hide your not a morado in Spain like the Jews at a heightened basements you're an American you have a right to express your political views so this show the savage nation has been on the air for twenty five years twenty six years this March I want to welcome you to the new savage graduate program in political science everyone gets an a my favorite teacher in college undergrad bachelor's degree before my masters masters and PhD I remember my favorite teacher was a genetics teacher he was the oldest man in the department and everyone was vying of course for the best grades they could get because they want to go on to medical school grad school and he was an easy going professor I forget his name everybody knew that at the end of the year you won the saw him any ask you what grade you wanted what grade you needed in order to get him to the school you want to go to so you'd say normal I I need an A. he give you an eight so I'm gonna use him as a model today there are no losers there only winners eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four seven two eight two remember this is a call in show if you did not call and it's not a call in show and right now you will reach more people than you have met well let's say in your entire life just by calling that number getting through Jim Verde are call screener let me begin where we ended off before I was on vacation okay questions sorry savagery as I'll be out all of next week and then I moved on to the canoe or killers member the black gunmen I'm sorry I shouldn't mention black I'm sorry lot black gunman in New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey city New Jersey the Delhi the Jewish doubt newer killers targeted Jewish store says Jersey city mayor and of course they hid them as long as they could then the next headline on Twitter for me was conservatives win in a landslide in UK media allied for eighteen months live communist shock because they believe the live wires coming to America would trample win big I believe by what I see going on on the other side of the aisle it trumps gonna win by a landslide unless there's a national emergency in the form of a war or the economy tanks I believe trouble win by a landslide is no way any of these communist anti Americans can win if possible then I had a dream on December thirteenth which I posted and it was about the ward called tolerance the tolerance so I dreamed this again I like Twitter in a certain way having been trained in science writing to be as concise as clean as possible it's interesting to me that if you're literate and I've not I've water twenty nine books if you're super literate Twitter could be super literate if you're a moron Twitter could be as idiotic as most tweets are she is my choice tell me what you think I had a dream that said tolerances living with similarities and differences between others not letting thirteen year old wildlings stand your sister to death and think as they do at Columbia and NYU in Hollywood that the system of oppression made them do it member that beautiful girl who was stabbed to death on the steps of Columbia University a pack of fourteen year old wildlings had beaten her and then stabbed to remember that story that heart breaking story you forgot it already swept under the rug I guess some animals are more equal than others my next tweet was about the killing of that young girl white girl by a group of black thirteen year olds here's what I wrote they just released one of the suspects in the wanton murder of the young girl outside of Columbia Subban actually and I said coming to America vigilante ism and eventually as when Cicely became lawless armed guards brothers with weapons escorting sisters and mothers liberalism is a mental disorder that was back in December fourteenth on December nineteenth I treated the following if the crimes don't fit you must acquit that was a message from Michael savage to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer haven't heard from them on December twenty fourth I had a very popular tweet with a very high numbers of reach weeks and it said this tonight the entire world stops in recognition of the arrival of Jesus of Nazareth the greatest force for good the world has ever seen I don't think that went over very well in the Hollywood but I could be wrong on December twenty fifth on Christmas day I posted this the artist asked what is the greatest achievement of mankind is if the rockets to outer space is it a I the savage profit answered it is the teaching of kindness to all men this is what separates us from all other living creatures twelve twenty five I'll skip through some of the others and here's one from Anna brand on December twenty sixth there is no difference between communism and socialism except in the means of achieving the same ultimate and communism proposes to enslave men by force socialism by vote it is merely the difference between murder and suicide Bernie Sanders will bring us to the end of our lives now listen to what I'm saying to you Bernie Sanders is the most dangerous man in American political history seis Lee because he looks innocent like a kindly old Jewish grandfather I call on the seltzer man he has a naked communist the has been from the time of his early youth he's the type I ran away from a New York the soapbox Lenin's I know the type unfortunately because of a wide dissemination of lies and marijuana millions of people are following the seltzer man but it's actually good news because of the dems nominate the communist Bernie Sanders they hand the election to Donald Trump so you know have it whichever way you want on December twenty eighth I yeah tweeted the following why are racist teens able to robin beat people with impunity notice I quote the war teens that's a code word now who's your courage in them would they get this entitlement why did not feel the law now we are putting together a montage of all the anti semitic statements from black leaders going back a long way Jesse Jackson called New York Kylie town now I realize he hasn't heard from recently but he did call Jews races Solari through a racist slur Jewish people my call in New York Connie town al Sharpton as you well know is a Die Hard anti semite from the get go with a bullhorn outside of Freddie's fashion Mart burn baby burn so this is not coming out and know where you got Louis Farrakhan preaching the Jews of the devil or apes where do you think these kids are getting it from you think it's coming out of the air December twenty ninth another attack on Jews this was the one in the synagogue in New York New York's Rockland county at least five people stand by machete wielding suspect because the media went into overdrive saying he was mentally ill the system failed them he fell through the cracks yeah right Texas church shooting on parishioner shot him dead I wrote more guns equals less deaths every Jewish twenty two that's a hundred percent true every juror would twenty two and the crimes will come to a quick and at least that's one man's opinion I then posted the following stuff all move along to stuff that you may not be interested in a guy name Shaquille vandalized a painting by Picasso were thirty million dollars she doesn't it's in the Tate modern gallery in London and a practitioner of the religion of peace than shaquil vandalized the Picasso painting because it it just doesn't match is religion you can have naked women are graphic images in fact all museum should be burned to the ground to those that they're bringing into the countries of the west is suicide as you well know was only a matter of time until imported Mideast in our stock in the seventh century tore down a civilization more one man's opinion now he is a very sad story I treated this on December thirty one suicidal Jewish liberals attacked the police set to protect Jews from attacks by blacks in New York City I couldn't believe my eyes Jewish groups push back against police surge in wake of anti semitic acts now the Jews who were anti police are the communists who call themselves Jews they're not really Jewish they're like Naylor or chef in my opinion you understand the difference and so my phrase we came from never again to sit shiver again for those of you who understand I'm talking about on December thirty first I posted this I was in a Mormon mood when you get sick or tragedy strikes your family you find out who your friends are the fakers did not call or visit very popular very popular because you all know that to be the truth on December thirty one I was tweeting away and I said damn aside my gift for twenty twenty let's see your steals at first not demo side but demi side the M. I. C. I. D. E. you get the picture on let's see from a friend who was born in Manhattan a very famous novelist by the way and finally moved away I quoted a email from him the liberals everyone New York City he says the smell of pot is everywhere half the people I meet on the street or stoned teenagers thinks it's funny to blow smoke in the face of little school kids and then of course the homeless bombs he left after a lifetime hadn't born in Manhattan right well there are many many others there's a picture of the Monsignor New York stabbing attack victim was hit with a machete by the a nice fellow over there was a little confused now on January one I wrote this new your bail reform begins Cuomo's nightmare to unleash thousands of violent felons onto the streets you've seen nothing yet wait until you see on January one we had a fabulous show it was a replay of an interview with The New York Times reporter who wrote a book on marijuana violence and mental illness it was yesterday's radio show was one of my best so we replaced it yesterday marijuana violence and mental illness before warned before warned now of course the wonderful folks in Hollywood who hate Donald Trump and eight voters of Donald Trump think marijuana is all good for our children right you know why why they doping our children Hollywood left this trash opens twenty twenty with hatred analyze while lecturing the world about tolerance and acceptance and the poster boy for this hatred analyze is none other than me had this is the savage nation by the way there was a New York Post headline today on Michael savage dot com I linked it on Michael savage with.

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"Two well you're gonna get a free copy of stop mass hysteria now if your hidden American anywhere in America because you have to hide your politics because of the violence coming from the left I pity you but you really don't have to hide your not a marrano in Spain like the Jews at a heightened basements you're an American you have a right to express your political views so this show the savage nation has been on the air for twenty five years twenty six years this March I want to welcome you to the new savage graduate program in political science everyone gets an a my favorite teacher in college undergrad bachelor's degree before my masters masters and PhD I remember my favorite teacher was a genetics teacher he was the oldest man in the department and everyone was vying of course for the best grades they could get because they want to go on to medical school grad school and he was an easy going professor I forget his name everybody knew that at the end of the year you won the saw him and he asked you what grade you wanted what grade you needed in order to get him to the school you want to go to so you say normal I I needed a he give you an eight so I'm gonna use him as a model today there are no losers there only winners eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four seven two eight two remember this is a call in show if you did not call and it's not a call in show and right now you will reach more people than you have met well let's say in your entire life just by calling that number getting through Jim Verde are call screener let me begin where we ended off before I was on vacation okay questions sorry savage trans I'll be out all of next week and then I moved on to the canoe or killers remember the black gunmen I'm sorry I shouldn't mention black I'm sorry black gunmen in New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey city New Jersey the Delhi the Jewish doubt newer killer's target your store says Jersey city mayor and of course they hid them as long as they could then the next headline on Twitter for me was conservatives win in a landslide in UK media allied for eighteen months limb communist shock because they believe the live liars coming to America with trump will win big I believe by what I see going on on the other side of the aisle the trucks going to win by a landslide unless there's a national emergency in the form of a war or the economy tanks I believe trouble win by a landslide is no way any of these communist anti Americans of can win if possible then I had a dream on December thirteenth which I posted and it was about the ward called tolerance tolerance so I dreamed this again I like Twitter in a certain way having been trained in science writing to be as concise as clean as possible it's interesting to me that if you're literate and I've not I've water twenty nine books if you're super literate Twitter can be super literate if you're a moron Twitter can be as idiotic as most which are she is my choice tell me what you think I had a dream that said tolerances living with similarities and differences between others not letting thirteen year old wildlings stab your sister to death and think as they do at Columbia and NYU in Hollywood that the system of oppression made them do it member that beautiful girl who was stabbed to death on the steps of Columbia University a pack of fourteen year old wildlings had beaten her and then stabbed to remember that story that heart breaking story you forgot it already swept under the rug I guess some animals are more equal than others my next tweet was about the killing of that young girl white girl by a group of black thirteen year olds here's what I wrote they just released one of the suspects in the wanton murder of the young girl outside of Columbia Subban actually and I said coming to America vigilante ism and eventually as when Cicely became lawless armed guards brothers with weapons escorting sisters and mothers liberalism is a mental disorder that was back in December fourteenth on December nineteenth I treated the following if the crimes don't fit you must acquit that was a message from Michael savage to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer haven't heard from them on December twenty fourth I had a very popular tweet with a very high numbers of reach weeks and it said this tonight the entire world stops in recognition of the arrival of Jesus of Nazareth the greatest force for good the world has ever seen I don't think that one over very well in the Hollywood but I could be wrong on December twenty fifth on Christmas day I posted this the artist asked what is the greatest achievement of mankind is it the rockets to outer space is it a I the savage profit answered it is the teaching of kindness to all men this is what separates us from all other living creatures twelve twenty five I'll skip through some of the others and here's one from Anna brand on December twenty sixth there is no difference between communism and socialism except in the means of achieving the same ultimate and communism proposes to enslave men by force socialism by vote is merely the difference between murder and suicide Bernie Sanders will bring us to the end of our lives now listen to what I'm saying to you Bernie Sanders is the most dangerous man in American political history so I usually because he looks innocent like a kindly old Jewish grandfather I call on the seltzer man he has a naked communist the has been from the time of his early youth he's the type I ran away from in New York the soapbox Lenin's I know the type unfortunately because of a wide dissemination of lies and marijuana millions of people are following the seltzer man but it's actually good news because of the dems nominate the communist Bernie Sanders they hand the election to Donald Trump so you know have it whichever way you want on December twenty eighth I yup tweeted the following why are racist teens able to robin beat people with impunity notice I quote the war teens that's a code word now who's encouraging them when they get this entitlement why did not feel the law now we are putting together a montage of all the anti semitic statements from black leaders going back a long way Jesse Jackson called New York Kylie town now I realize he hasn't heard from recently but he did call Jews of racist Solari through a racist slur Jewish people by calling New York I'm in town al Sharpton as you well know is a Die Hard anti semite from the get go with a bullhorn outside of Freddie's fashion Mart burn baby burn so this is not coming out and know where you got Louis Farrakhan preaching the Jews of the devil or apes where do you think these kids are getting it from you think it's coming out of the air December twenty ninth another attack on Jews this was the one in the synagogue in New York a New York's Rocklin county at least five people stand by machete wielding suspect because the media went into overdrive saying he was mentally ill the system failed them he fell through the cracks yeah right Texas sure shooting on parishioner shot him dead I wrote more guns equals less deaths every Jewish twenty two that's a hundred percent true every juror would twenty two and the crimes will come to a quick and at least that's one man's opinion I then posted the following stuff all move along to stuff that you may not be interested in a guy named shaquil vandalized a painting by Picasso were thirty million dollars see it doesn't it's in the Tate modern gallery in London and a practitioner of the religion of peace than shaquil vandalize the Picasso painting because it just doesn't match is religion you can have naked women are graphic images in fact all museum should be burned to the ground to those that they're bringing into the countries of the west it's suicide as you well know was only a matter of time until imported Mideast their stock in the seventh century tore down a civilization more one man's opinion now he is a very sad story I treated this on December thirty one suicidal Jewish liberals attacked the police set to protect Jews from attacks by blacks in New York City I couldn't believe my eyes Jewish groups push back against police surge in wake of anti semitic acts now the Jews who were anti police are the communists who call themselves Jews they're not really Jewish they're like Naylor or chef in my opinion you understand the difference and so my phrase we came from never again to sit shiver again for those of you who understand I'm talking about on December thirty first I posted this I was in a maudlin mood when you get sick or tragedy strikes your family you find out who your friends are the fakers than I call or visit very popular very popular because you all know that to be the truth on December thirty one I was tweeting away and I said damn aside my gift for twenty twenty let's see your skills at first not demo side but demi side the M. I. C. I. D. E. you get the picture on let's see from a friend who was born in Manhattan a very famous novelist by the way and finally moved away I quoted a email from him the liberals everyone New York City he says the smell of pot is everywhere half the people I meet on the street or stoned teenagers thinks it's funny to blow smoke in the face a little school kids and then of course the homeless bombs he left after a lifetime and hadn't born in Manhattan right well there are many many others there's a picture of the Monsignor ge New York stabbing attack victim was hit with a machete by the a nice fellow over there was a little confused now on January one I wrote this New York bail reform begins Cuomo's nightmare to unleash thousands of violent felons onto the streets you've seen nothing yet wait until you see on January one we had a fabulous show it was a replay of an interview with The New York Times reporter who wrote a book on marijuana violence and mental illness it was yesterday's radio show was one of my best so we replaced it yesterday marijuana violence and mental illness before warned before warned now of course the wonderful folks in Hollywood who hate Donald Trump and eight voters of Donald Trump think marijuana is all good for our children right you know why why they doping our children Hollywood left this trash opens twenty twenty with hatred analyze while lecturing the world about tolerance and acceptance and the poster boy for this hatred analyze is none other than me had this is the savage nation by the way there was a New York Post headline today on Michael savage dot com I linked it on Michael savage my two more attacks on Jews targeted on the street why no comment from Naylor chef Schumer angles hello Sir your half cortex why is occasional cortex suddenly so silent that half mule I'll let you.

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:08 min | 1 year ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The twenty twenty will he or it's a new decade had a nice ring to it it's got a nice ring to it twenty twenty interesting decade coming up is that I want to catch you up on the savage nation because with the holidays and the bass and the that many things have happened that I've not been live for a quite awhile because a vacation and what not so what I'm gonna do for you today is first of all welcome K. A. B. C. that's in Los Angeles any listener from Los Angeles who gets through today a to the savage nation at eight five five four seven two eight two well you're going to get a free copy of stop mass hysteria now if your hidden American anywhere in America because you have to hide your politics because of the violence coming from the left I pity you but you really don't have to hide your nana marrano in Spain like the Jews at a heightened basements you're an American you have a right to express your political views so this show the savage nation has been on the air for twenty five years twenty six years this March I want to welcome you to the new savage graduate program in political science everyone gets an a my favorite teacher in college undergrad bachelor's degree before my masters masters and PhD I remember my favorite teacher was a genetics teacher he was the oldest man in the department and everyone was vying of course for the best grades they could get because they want to go on to medical school grad school and he was an easy going professor I forget his name everybody knew that at the end of the year you won the saw him any ask you what grade you wanted what grade you needed in order to get into the school you want to go to see it's a normal I I need an A. he give you an eight so I'm gonna use him as a model today there are no losers there only winners eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four seven two eight two remember this is a call in show if you did not call and it's not a call in show and right now you will reach more people than you have met well let's say in your entire life just by calling that number getting through Jim Verde are call screener let me begin where we ended off before I was on vacation okay why should sorry savagery as I'll be out all of next week and then I moved on to the canoe or killers member the black gunmen I'm sorry I shouldn't mention black I'm sorry lot black gunmen in New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey city New Jersey the Delhi the Jewish dollar newer killer's target Jewish store says Jersey city mayor and of course they had them as long as they could then the next headline on Twitter for me was conservatives win in a landslide in UK media alive for eighteen months when communist shock because they believe the live wires coming to America with trump will win big I believe by what I see going on on the other side of the aisle to trump's gonna win by a landslide unless there's a national emergency in the form of a war or the economy tanks I believe trouble win by a landslide is no way any of these communist anti Americans can win if possible that I had a dream on December thirteenth which I posted and it was about the ward called tolerance tolerance so I dreamed this again I like Twitter in a certain way having been trained in science writing to be as concise as clean as possible it's interesting to me that if you're literate and I've not I water twenty nine books if you're super literate Twitter can be super literate if you're a moron Twitter can be as idiotic as most tweets are she is my choice tell me what you think I had a dream that said tolerances living with similarities and differences between others not letting thirteen year old wildlings stab your sister to death and think as they do at Columbia and NYU in Hollywood that the system of oppression made them do it member that beautiful girl who was stabbed to death on the steps of Columbia University a pack of fourteen year old wildlings had beaten her and then stabbed to remember that story that heart breaking story you forgot it already swept under the rug I guess some animals are more equal than others my next tweet was about the killing of that young girl white girl by a group of black thirteen year olds here's what I wrote they just released one of the suspects in the wanton murder of the young girl outside of Columbia Subban actually and I said coming to America vigilante ism and eventually as when Cicely became lawless armed guards brothers with weapons escorting sisters and mothers liberalism is a mental disorder that was back in December fourteenth on December nineteenth I treated the following if the crimes don't fit you must acquit that was a message from Michael savage to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer haven't heard from them on December twenty fourth I had a very popular tweak with a very high numbers of reach weeks and it said this tonight the entire world stops in recognition of the arrival of Jesus of Nazareth the greatest force for good the world has ever seen I don't think that went over very well enough Hollywood but I could be wrong on December twenty fifth on Christmas day I posted this the artist asked what is the greatest achievement of mankind is it the rockets to outer space is it a I the savage profit answered it is the teaching of kindness to all men this is what separates us from all other living creatures well twenty five I'll skip through some of the others and here's one from Anna brand on December twenty sixth there is no difference between communism and socialism except in the means of achieving the same ultimate and communism proposes to enslave men by force socialism by vote is merely the difference between murder and suicide Bernie Sanders will bring us to the end of our lives now listen to what I'm saying to you Bernie Sanders is the most dangerous man in American political history seis Lee because he looks innocent like a kindly old Jewish grandfather I call them the seltzer man he has a naked communist the has been from the time of his early youth he's the type I ran away from a New York the soapbox Lenin's I know the type unfortunately because of a wide dissemination of lies and marijuana millions of people are following the seltzer man but it's actually good news because of the dems nominate the communist Bernie Sanders they hand the election to Donald Trump so you know have it whichever way you want on December twenty eighth yup tweeted the following why are racist teens able to robin beat people with impunity notice I quote the war teens that's a code word now who's encouraging them when they get this entitlement why did not feel the law now we are putting together a montage of all the anti semitic statements from black leaders going back a long way Jesse Jackson called New York Kylie town now I realize he hasn't heard from recently but he did call Jews races Solari through a racial slur Jewish people by call in New York Connie town al Sharpton as you well know is a Die Hard anti semite from the get go with a bullhorn outside of Freddie's fashion Mart burn baby burn so this is not coming out and know where you got Louis Farrakhan preaching the Jews of the devil or apes where do you think these kids are getting it from you think it's coming out of the air December twenty ninth another attack on Jews this was the one in the synagogue in New York a New York's Rockland county at least five people step by machete wielding suspect because the media went into overdrive saying he was mentally ill the system failed them he fell through the cracks yeah right Texas church shooting on parishioner shot him dead I wrote more guns equals less deaths every Jewish twenty two that's a hundred percent true every juror would twenty two and the crimes will come to a quick and at least that's one man's opinion I then posted the following stuff all move along to stuff that you may not be interested in a guy named shaquil vandalized a painting by Picasso were thirty million dollars she it doesn't it's in the Tate modern gallery in London and a practitioner of the religion of peace than shaquil vandalized the Picasso painting because it it just doesn't match as religion you can have naked women are graphic images in fact all museum should be burned to the ground to those that they're bringing into the countries of the west is suicide as you well know was only a matter of time until imported Mideast our stock in the seventh century tore down a civilization more one man's opinion now he is a very sad story I treated this on the summer thirty one suicidal Jewish liberals attacked the police set to protect Jews from attacks by blacks in New York City I couldn't believe my eyes Jewish groups push back against police surge in wake of anti semitic acts now the Jews who were anti police are the communists who call themselves Jews they're not really Jewish they're like Naylor or chef in my opinion you understand the difference and so my phrase we came from never again to see if she ever again for those of you who understand I'm talking about on December thirty first I posted this I was in a maudlin mood when you get sick or tragedy strikes your family you find out who your friends are the fakers did not call or visit very popular very popular because you all know that to be the truth on December thirty one I was tweeting away and I said damn aside my gift for twenty twenty let's see your skills at first not demo side but demi side the M. I. C. I. D. E. you get the picture on let's see from a friend who was born in Manhattan a very famous novelist by the way and finally moved away I quoted a email from him the liberals everyone New York City he says the smell of pot is everywhere half the people I meet on the street or stoned teenagers thinks it's funny to blow smoke in the face a little school kids and then of course the homeless bombs he left after a lifetime in Manhattan born in Manhattan right well there are many many others there's a picture of the Monsignor New York stabbing attack victim was hit with a machete by the a nice fellow over there was a little confused now on January one I wrote this New York bail reform begins Cuomo's nightmare to unleash thousands of violent felons onto the streets you've seen nothing yet wait until you see on January one we had a fabulous show it was a replay of an interview with The New York Times reporter who wrote a book on marijuana violence and mental illness it was yesterday's radio show was one of my best so we replaced it yesterday marijuana violence and mental illness before warned before warned now of course the wonderful folks in Hollywood who hate Donald Trump and eight voters of Donald Trump think marijuana is all good for our children right you know why why they doping our children Hollywood left this trash opens twenty twenty with hatred analyze while lecturing the world about tolerance and acceptance and the poster boy for this hatred analyze is none other than me had.

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC news on the Pentagon is considering an imminent new deployment of US troops to the Middle East in the wake of protests outside the US embassy in Baghdad according to two US officials every and already in Kuwait are writing to beef up security at the embassy Iran back Melissa smash the door and set fire to reception area president trump tweeting that the embassy is safe a north Korean leader Kim Jong un says his country will soon show the world a new strategic weapon meanwhile police across the country are on alert as the US prepares to ring in the new year ABC's Alex down in intelligence bulletins obtained by ABC news law enforcement in New York San Francisco Las Vegas in Pasadena California home of the Rose Bowl are being warned to be on the lookout for signs of terrorist activity authorities say there are no known credible threats and the markets close out the day was small gains but with their best years since two thousand thirteen this is ABC news it's a devastating start to the new year in Australia where wild fires have killed at least twelve people destroyed more than a thousand homes and burned over twelve million acres more than a hundred thirty fires are burning across New South Wales and the number of executions has been on the decline since nineteen ninety nine with Texas historically leading the nation in capital punishment even here the number of lethal injections has declined nine of the country's twenty two executions this year happened in the Texas death chamber the decline comes amid the controversy created by some high profile executions that were botched defense attorney Warren wall says George can't help would be affected people see that and they're not as willing to devote to kill somebody twenty nine states currently have the death penalty but about two thirds of Americans opposed it in a two thousand ten survey generally an ABC news and a twenty year old man is in custody in London after police say he damaged a Picasso at the Tate modern gallery the museum says the pieces being assessed by conservationists meeting on ABC news okay you know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home addition imagine an addition on that addition that's the feeling with Capital One renew savings account earns an interest rate five times the national average that's right five times as represented by five times more singers banking.

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on KOMO

"The new year in Australia where wild fires have killed at least twelve people destroyed more than a thousand homes and burned over twelve million acres A. B. C.'s Maggie Rulli says despite the fire Sydney's new year's eve fireworks went off without a she doesn't care about almost didn't happen about a quarter of a million people signed a petition to cancel this thing it was insensitive to celebrate with fire works in the midst of those historic wildfires are raging across the country ultimately politicians got involved there's the chance to celebrate Australian a chance for the country to come together during these very trying times more than a hundred thirty fires are burning across New South Wales gig companies are now suing over a new California law over in food delivery company post mates are now suing California claiming a B. five set to go into effect tomorrow is unconstitutional the law was passed in September but now hours before it said to be enforced the companies are suing to block it he would require companies to treat freelancer gig economy workers like uber drivers truck drivers and freelance reporters has employees with benefits instead of contractors the lawsuits claim the law hurts the on demand economy Alex down ABC news Los Angeles one year old man is in custody in London after police say damage to Picasso with the Tate modern gallery the museum says the piece is now being assessed by conservationists this is ABC news come on news time for an update on our call triple a traffic now every ten minutes on the force and were sliding into the end of the year well we do have some issues it's actually not looking pretty in some areas southbound I. five just south of union.

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KOMO

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on KOMO

"People are experiencing are keeping up with the cost of living especially for things like health care or pharmaceutical drugs and education all of which are rising faster than wages his organization conducted a poll recently which found forty one percent of voters in battleground states say the economy is the reason to reelect president trump for forty four percent say it's a reason to elect someone else over eighty percent of the stocks are over the top ten percent in this country and so a lot of Americans simply aren't experiencing Houston their income and their wealth one economy two diverging visions who best to oversee it in the future in Washington I'm Christy infrasound and Arizona border mayor says his city is no longer under a state of emergency because of the immigrant crisis ABC's Jeremy foster with more from Phoenix humor doctor calls withdrew the order this month after the number of migrant families being dropped off in his community drop from nearly thirteen hundred during a three week span in April two zero now and in talking with the acting secretary of the age state seems like the mentors that are in place are going to be in place for the long haul until Congress reforms immigration policy because credits and rules to make it harder for central American migrants to seek asylum in the U. S. as well as cooperation with Mexico's government for the decrease German foster ABC news Phoenix an arrest in Italy reveals just the tip of the iceberg in an exploitation the scheme of foreign women details from ABC's Megan Williams in Rome court here has sentenced the Romanian man to twenty years in prison for human trafficking he was part of a vast ring that use sexual violence to force women from Romania to work as slave labor on farms and as prostitutes in Sicily forty one year old Lucy on Malaya was found guilty of spearheading the trafficking ring that recruited women from Romania they were lured into slavery the promises of good jobs when they got to Sicily though they were held in outbuildings without he's on proper food Cecily is one of Italy's biggest producers of fruit and vegetables which are exported to countries across Europe exploitive in mafia controlled agriculture is a problem in different areas of the country with human rights organizations saying Italy fails to properly enforce its own labor standards Meghan Williams ABC news Rome a twenty year old man is being held in custody pending his next court hearing after being charged with damaging up the console painting at the Tate modern gallery in London London police station kill Massey has been charged with criminal damage the attack on the art were it happened Saturday police didn't specify which painting but British media saying that it was a bust of a woman the Tate modern says the damaged artwork was being assessed by the conservation team there it's two fifty nine rolling all insurance business update from Jim just go the mindset of small business owners grow but be careful about it new bank of America day to find that while more than half of small businesses are planning to expand in twenty twenty about half forty nine percent say they are cautious about the overall US economy ninety one percent are concerned about the twenty twenty presidential election two thirds worry about health care cost and just over half way about consumer spending very modest gains for stocks here on new year's eve seventy six points in the case the Dow industrials but for the year the major indexes booked gains of twenty two percent to thirty five percent that's your money now money news a twenty and fifty past the hour traffic is next the wet rainy weather every hiring manager knows that a company is only as good as the people it's made from so where do you find the best people that may surprise you.

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To distant cousins me for the first time generations after the slave trade for their family apart somebody who was born after yes that means you share a common ancestor was there a hundred years ago their story still ahead on the world BBC news with Julie cantor rocker bomber has called on Americans to reject the language of hatred fear and racial intolerance from any of their leaders the former US president did not name anyone but his rat intervention came after president trump sold to deflect criticism that his anti immigrant rhetoric fuel funds buckets stone has reacted angrily to India's decision to revoke the special status given to the Muslim majority state of Jammu and Kashmir Islamabad says India's movies illegal and insists the region is an internationally recognized disputed territory the US special envoy so my Khalil's odd says excellent progress has been made in talks with the Taliban suggesting the two sides are close to a deal to end the conflict in Afghanistan the proposed agreement includes a phased U. S. troop withdrawal in exchange for Taliban guarantees they would use Afghanistan as a base for extremist groups to attack America thousands of residents of villages near a military base in Siberia being evacuated after five and huge explosion at its ammunition store Russian soldiers of the base west of the city of Krasnoyarsk hiding in bomb shelters relatives of people murdered under the regime of the Gambia's former ruling guy a Johnny have expressed outrage over the release of three self confessed assassin's the men were freed after appearing before the Gambian truth and reconciliation commission which is police say the six year old boy who was thrown from the viewing platform of the Tate modern gallery in London he's in a critical but stable condition the boy fell from the tenth floor onto a fifth wheel roof two British pilots have begun an attempt to make the first of a.

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Provider can bring it back online and that's exactly what happened just two years ago when cowed fair took down the daily stormer which was a prominent neo nazi message board and then eventually it ended up online again coletta ever there are many people sending their thoughts and prayers including leaders but surely what's needed as votes and legislation thoughts and prayers whereas never really actually achieved very much no and what's going to happen is what we always got used to now by this point here in the u._s. Which is there's this wave of condemnation for. Maybe twenty four to forty eight hours dominates the new cycle in this census assists dominating for longer because we're talking about two major mass shootings back to back and then eventually to adjust fade away the background now there is hope of course because the democratic democrat primary debates are going on that this will reignite what has already been one of the main topics of discussion in the debates which has gun control but interestingly <hes> <hes>. We've heard today about three members of three board members of the n._r._a. That has resigned in protest which is quite an hard off. You've you know basically saying that this the way that indiana is conducting themselves. It's not transparent to the board members now. They ask sighting eighteen of course financial misconduct but the timing couldn't be more suspicious. I mean that's really a hopeful because the national rifle <music> association seems to will an enormous amount of influence within the u._s. Government and prevents there being any legislation as far as but grant checks and gun control is concerned. It looks looks like then. Perhaps the tide is turning well. I don't want to be unfortunately dot hopeful. Just not yet with what means is that we have office. Well small gun. Control groups advocates for gun. Control are slowly catching up to the n._r._a. And that's where we should be hopeful. It's looking at those small groups that by the way are amounting more and more donations and more people supporting even for small change on a local level that eventually will be reflected at a federal level collateral bella in los angeles. Thank you very much indeed. Here's what else we keeping an eye on today. A six year old boy is in critical condition after he was thrown from a tenth floor viewing platform at london's tate modern gallery. He fell five floors landing on the fifth floor. Ruth police say a seventeen seventeen year old boy was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and remains in police custody. State media in iran is reporting the iranian revolutionary guards have seized in iraqi oil tanker in the gulf which they say was smuggling feel for some arab countries. Iran has a navy base on farsi island. Just north of the state of level moves. Iraq's oil ministry has said it has no connection to the seas vessel. This latest incident comes amid heightened tensions between tehran washington after the u._s. Us tightened sanctions on iran's oil sector and phone and internet services have been suspended in indian-administered kashmir and regional politicians has been put under house arrest days after thousands of troops were deployed to the disputed region. The government of prime minister narendra modi is not made an official statement on the situation but has cited security concerns to the clampdown educational institutions have been closed..

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on PRI's The World

"You might not recognize it. But that's the sound of melting ice us, basically what climate change comes down to for Scandinavian artist Olafur Eliason. He cut chunks of ice from fjord in Greenland to make the point and set them down in front of the Tate modern gallery in London. Each of the giant bluish chunks of ice weighs about a ton and a half at least an encourages people to touch the ice. And listen to it even sniff and lick the ISIS speaking to me, what is it telling me? But it has a story to tell a thousand one hundred thousand story that I go. It's actually touching. I am being touched Allison's installation is timed to coincide with an ominous new report from the intergovernmental panel on climate change. It warns we may have only a decade or so to take action to limit the worst effects of climate change. At least some thinks that concept needs to be tangible in order for people to really get it. He's hoping that seeing the ice chunks melt in central London will do that with temperatures in the forties. That's Fahrenheit for the next. Few days. A liaison expects most of the ice will be gone in a week. Another chaotic day for the UK and Brexit. I know it's always like that in parliament, right? But today was different prime minister. Theresa May was faced with the vote of no confidence in her leadership by members of her own party and she survived. So she gets to keep her job. The reason for all the drama a couple of days ago may was forced to delay a vote on Brexit deal in parliament, lawmakers were supposed to vote yea or nay on the divorce agreement may negotiate with European Union. But when it became clear that may did not have the votes to pass the deal. She pressed pause which pretty much angered everyone in Britain and set in motion today's no-confidence showdown, which as I said may one, but what that means now for Brexit or the deal with the EU is still anyone's guess just listen to this bit from earlier in the day when may was answering questions about all this in parliament. You'll hear the speaker in the house of Commons introduce to lawmakers one a member of an opposition party, the other conservative supporter of may in blackfoot. Blackfoot Coletta's contentious apartment probably voted for the meaningful volt. We should be hugging. The vote and it should be happening next week. This government is a farce. The Todi party is in chaos that prime minister is this Greece. Elections prime minister take responsibility do that. I think residing. Just say to the vulnerable gentlemen, he claims he makes him out does about the phone said deferring the vote. But of course, it is precisely because I have listened on Coddington government to listen to the views of people across this house that we all perceiving this issue further with the European Union that is being respectful as the views that have been raised in this house. Palsy starting. Businesses up and down the country. Put the future plans on hold waiting for us hearing, Paul to agree our future trading relationship with our biggest under close. Does the prime minister green up their interest on those of There were their? supplies on the country as a whole by concluding the agreement on this side supporting..

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast

12:05 min | 3 years ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on Nature Podcast

"MCI. So interests are shining light on fermentation. Literally the technique of upto genetics using laser light to activate neurons has long been used in your science, but now scientists have developed a different use for these precise light beams. Switching on yeast fermentation, the metabolic pathway behind intonation requires incredibly fine control and the relevant proteins involved need to be produced in the east at the right time. And in the correct order, this means the process is not particularly efficient at an industrial scale. Now, scientists are using the opt-out genetic laser technique to activate the production of these proteins using pulsed light to juice, metabolic enzyme expression. This allows switching instantly between the growth and production phases in the east leading to automated and more efficient yields of bio synthetic products. Like biofuels. So industrial production may one day be a laser light show. If you found that story illuminating head on over to nature for more. If you think that modern art stinks, it turns out you're right. A team of researchers at University College. London has been sticking their noses into the art world with modern art works increasingly made of materials like PVC acetate, curator's need a new way to assess a pieces condition without damaging it. Well, it turns out the plastics emit odors molecules as they degrade and these can be detected in the air. The team uses a vapor sensitive catchment strip to trap the guesses to detect an artworks ODA profile. The technique has been tested on some smelly sculptures at the Tate modern gallery in London, with the results, showing the sense signatures of the pieces related strongly to the age and degradation levels. The method could therefore be used to detect and prevent decay, invaluable modern artworks. To read more sniff out a copy of anger vantage shimmy international edition. Various ways. You can scan a brain. For example, there's the scan which uses X rays to see the brain structure, F Mariah scans, which revealed changing blood flow in different parts of the brains and Mexicans, which reveal the electrical activity of neurons make stents for magneto and several graffiti which is to say, and it's been around for decades. Now, though, the technique is being improved upon reports on our Baker has been speaking to Matt Brooks about the new developments and started off by getting a description of how manque actually works your brain electrical. So it communicates with yourself and with the rest of your body by the passage of very small, electrical current, those electrical currents in your brain generate magnetic failed. Nice failed possessed outside the head. So M E G what we do is we measure the magnetic fields outside the head that are generated by the brain, and then we use. Magnetic fails to reconstruct images of current flow through the brain. So in other words, a measure of brain function. So a measure of what your brains doing basically tell me a little bit about the machines of convention a used to do the conventional machines cryogenically cold that that very large. They look like a sort of huge helmet stun meets and a half, two meters of the subjects and on the subject have to sit with effectively with the head inside the helmet, and you have to keep very still even five millimeter movement of your head relative to the scanner can make Daytona usable. And so you've tried to approach these limitations to try to tackle these imitations by creating a new form of EMMY. Tell me what you trying to solve our approach was to say, well, can we turn they smash machine into effectively something that can we. Be worn on the head like a hat. That was my possible. There's been rapid progress in the area of quantum sentences in particular, a very exciting new on some sense of optically put, Mike, no Tomita or an IPM more IRA was was to integrate the senses into a helmet and because they were small and light white, they could be integrated into in situ as to allow the subject to move around whilst they were being scammed. And so kind of fundamental to this is this helmet I've seen pictures of it. I, I have to. I laughed life. I saw it looks like a Lucho does mask with these senses coming out the back which I sort of credit to ask. Tell me a little bit about how you make that helmet and how you attach. He said some people say, it reminds me of the Oprah. Other people say, game of thrones. I've never seen getting. I don't know what what what he's about. So the approach that we took the how much selfish, three D printed and he's three D printed based on an individual's Marai scam. And you've made this prototype. Tell me, does it work? Is it going to give you the kinds of readouts that you would get from a conventional make machine, the results that gifts are actually better because we're getting closer to the scout. We getting increase in sensitivity with sharing that. Give a an increase in spatial positions. We can more accurately find out which of the brainer engaged in particular task. And the, the really important thing is actually we can do that whether or not the person was moving around machine uses this helmet oldest sort of mosque that spaced or three D print of a scan of one individual person. So you couldn't get these great readings. But at the moment it works with this one person and I'm assuming you want to be able to use his machine with more than one person that doesn't sound. It's very transferable to other situations. I would stress as a prototype helmet. We oversee realized that it would be completely impractical to build something like that for every single person that we scan with this thing. So future research, she's looking at making helmet much more practical fits getting kids and scanning adults. Actually, we want to turn it into something much more similar to sort of like helmet, something like that. So one of the biggest onto ges of this technology that you've developed is the subject is able to move while they wear it. Now, that movement can also cause some problems when it comes to getting your readings, especially with relation to the us magnetic field. So one of the problems is if you move a magnetic field sensor through the magnetic fairly, obviously detects that movement. So detect the change in the magnetic field as you move over tight through it, a no signals much larger than the. Signals that we get from the Brian. So we need to be able to remove that us magnetic field mice completely in order to allow the subject to move. And that's one of the key pieces of technologies actually being developed. So what we've got is a set of electro magnetic coils nowadays coil sit. The side of the subject there a reasonable distance away. So the subject not claustrophobic, but what those coils day is to remove the effect of the magnetic field around the subject. And I do that and I forty by forty forty cents to bucks. So you sort of creating, you know, this forty forty by forty centimeter cube of sort of magnetic dead space? Exactly. Yes. That's right. And your sense of work so long as within that space. So I should say that that forty bucks forty forty cents me. Two bucks is actually limited only by the fact that we have to build this thing around an existing cryogenic Mexican. We could make that books bigger and we hope the by future iterations, future development on the coil technology we're going to be, I would say, not just allow people to move inside this book. Hopefully they to walk around. And so that brings in the possibility of doing things like virtual reality. So you can imagine. Airing virtual reality headset whilst also having an IP maximum you had off the speaking with Matt, I wanted to gauge just how his machine could really have an impact both in research in a clinical setting. So I reached out to Sylvan by from McGill University in Montreal, Sylvan specializes in brain imaging in particular, EMMY if we have the joint benefits of high spatial temporal resolution of state of the art energy and combined with the ability for the participants and researcher to express observe different body postures. That's a very big leap forward in terms of exploring more the relationship between brain and behavior and body movements. All of these being very important and significant scientific questions that we're actually constrained by the reality of brain imaging scanners. So far. So von also referenced the cost of the machine. This new is expected to be significantly cheaper than conventional Shane. I sing the benefit both in terms of allowing mobile movement and also in terms of cost reduction, accused expected cost reduction is just gigantic, and I think that makes this the outcome of this research on this occasion, very special. Am I stone in in brain imaging technology that was Selva by at McGill University in Montreal, talking to know what Baker for him. You heard from Brooks of the university of Michigan. He can find the paper at nature dot com for slash nature. We've also got video on this new finding. So if you want to see the front of the prostate Meg helmet via self head over to YouTube dot com, slash nature video channel fauna than this week. It's time for the news chat and I'm joined in the studio by Debbie Castell Vecchi one of the reporters here in nature. Thanks for joining us today. Thank you for having right then will offer story today is about a recently awarded mathematics price Davide. Maybe you could tell listeners what is and who's one in it is the abbot prize, and it is what it every year. Since two thousand three. It's been modeled after the Nobel prize. But as most of our listeners probably know, there is no Nobel prize for mathematics and the winner this year is Robert Langlands who has semi mythological status among mathematicians because he came up with a lot of people regard as a sort of grand unified theory of mathematics. Yes. And that seems like a heck of a thing to come up with a grand unifying theory. Maybe you can explain to listeners just a little bit about what is it depends you us can it depends in what historical period? So he came up with the original set of conjectures nineteen sixty seven and he's. Idea was that there would be some kind of hidden correspondents some kind of way of translating problems from one field of mathematics into another one. And specifically it was from algebra a number theory into analysis. So a little bit of a Rosetta Stone, that if I can be reductive. Yes, exactly. And it's it's a stone that allows you to go from one language to another, which means that sometimes a problem that is very hard to solve in one particular branch of Matic's. All of a sudden you have this kind of teleportation mechanism that transport to into different branch of mathematics where maybe the problem becomes solvable on what slapping useful them. So first of all, it was greatly expanded

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Someone's name on the ballot that isn't the official canada it's happened in the past before people have won only a few but we'll have to see if there's a move which mitch mcconnell entertain today that was that they might go for this roy detained candida as a rival to more if he decides that he can weather the storm and he won step aside before december the twelth at stuck in new york thank you for joining us so be it russia relied heavily on propaganda and unsurprisingly as a result it had a very strong design cult joked the state encouraged and funded artists photographers and architects to direct the energy towards a greater communist coups on an exhibition at london's tate modern gallery gather some of the most striking artefacts a soviet societies visual culture under one roof and maria like rasta paid a visit david king a war of the odds director of the sunday times in the 1970s and for the anniversary of leon trotsky he was asked to put together a special endustri supplements on the leon trotsky he started leuke fo images and to his astonishment couldn't find any say he was sent by he's director on the research trip to the soviet union and you can't imagine jaded king 1970s middle of the winter he steps off the plane in the middle of moscow and asks where can i find the images of leon trotsky are unknown trotsky wars absolute persona non grata the calmest saw was completely razed brushed out of any historical background in russia and the soviet union uh because of the disagreement he had with starlet so you can imagine what the reaction wars to these very simple request say he had to go back emptyhanded and this is how his quest first for the vanished colmey saw leon trotsky and then later for this incredible visual couch a he witnessed in russia and in rumpus time stunted the political event of the october revolution gave way to a deep social transformation russia a new ideology communism inspired innovation.

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"tate modern gallery" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"tate modern gallery" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"And my first experience of sentenced asia happened in the tate modern gallery when i was getting a migraine and that she phone went on to form really have so seen in the book where the character looks long as a 17yearold student she is in a gallery and she starts being able to taste the red on the painting she's a mugler case and seagram euros which he as you and i were these kind of big canvasses full of red send dark colors and say that was my first experience of it tasting that red which has a kind of gritty metallic tastes threats and then being able to hear the sound of the installation in the room next door and say it kind of passed in front of my eyes leica rectangle should the time is of steve ray frightening that never happened to me before and and i mean indeed under the eu spencer to five is thinking what this wrong with me yeah i had all sorts of different signs and symptoms i it was started with a virus i contracted in south america and i went back to see spain where it was living at the time and suddenly just hit me like a truck or these kind of strange symptoms severe had pain which people say say it with migraine both say jumbled speech this kind of pathalogical hatred of some sounds and light sensitivity memory loss sprain fogel all manner of things all of which have found their way into the victims now say nothing was wasted fulham in the book has been incredibly well review people have said that it's a very very powerful coming of age of lyon it's wonderful that you've managed to channel your experience since this in fact i mean you've been compared to sylvia plus the the belgiu esther in the jar of course is having a many similarities with e us in your book i esri myself not to de my nervous laughter when people who mentioned not curse the night onerous managed it fellow aleo nevis gooseneck snuck out then but yeah i mean that i guess their base about s.

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