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"thomas bee" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"To address the men in terms of they can understand without talking down to them the yes hello fellow kids in his eye. Franken's i know your pain. I know the plight of the lumbermen and i know that i. It seems like an easy fix to turn to the drink and the gambling and loose women in the evening. But it's not so goodfellas. think of your everlasting souls. Think about the reward that lies for you in the great beyond. Don't get your pleasure now. My friends suffer now. So you can have your pleasure later. It reminds me a little bit of that song. Got trouble right here in river city. I mean look guys avenue to be honest with you. It's me your buddy frank. Now i've been tempted before. I've walked by a deck of cards. I knew what a jacket diamonds. And i know that some of you are maybe making out whether in a brothel or lonely night at the bunk house. And that's a big deal to be. Let libby tell you. I've been through similar things. My mom watches me. Leave home to come here and hang out with you in this miserable environment but her prayers he says have followed me throughout my life and my stories. Just like works is just a mad lib. He didn't say madeleine. That was invented yet but like he's just like yours. All you have to do is change the names. I know we're in a crazy situation. But i guarantee you that somebody out there away from this camp still wants to know that you're alive so write a letter you know it makes me think like tracy Morgan the comedian and actor from thirty rock and snl and all that love him he was in a a very bad tax at a he survived. But i saw him do to speech. I think he's on a radio show or something like that but he said something to the effect of true happiness is having something to look forward to true. Happiness is knowing that you have someone that cares whether you live or die. And i think he was trying. Higgins is trying to appeal to that sense where he was saying. Somebody out there cares about you. Somebody out there loves you. Go home right now in reconnect with that part of your soul with that part of why are you living in the first place. Why are you out here doing this. Work putting in all this hard work. If you're just going to gamble and drink yourself into an early grave. And he's referring to. I think friends and family says go home. Write a letter tonight. Yeah yeah so. That's that's what's happening this guy. Say hey don't get. Don't get lost in the timber game. Don't feel hopeless. People do care about you. you know. Even if you can't talk to them right now you can write a letter you can be connected to the larger world and to the people you care about most because they care about you too. Don't miss out on the top stories from the best insiders around the nfl. I'm your host rhett lewis and on the nfl inside report podcast. I'll go around the league so you can hear much more of the story. The nfl insider report. Podcast will offer thorough in-depth analysis in storytelling with a multitude of exclusive. Nfl insiders getting unmatched access. Nfl inside report will provide you with comprehensive coverage including game recaps the biggest news in depth reports that take you beyond the headlines multiple times per week all on the nfl inside report podcast. Our exclusive nfl insiders. We'll get the opportunity to share the full extensive story so you can stop wondering what's really going on. You'll know what's happening behind the scenes in the nfl listened to nfl inside. Report on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. do you look trivia. Do you love the hit podcast stuff. You should know. Then you'll love the new trivial pursuit game stuff. You should know addition with six hundred questions from the hugely popular stuck. You should know podcast. This game is packed with weird. 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We're bringing you more great conversations with trailblazers in experts. Who will help us better. Understand the scientists sport and we'll give us the tools to work more efficiently with our bodies and in ways that will encourage lifelong fitness. I'm the yes kinda trainer. I incorporate affirmations in my workouts to remind women to love themselves along the journey. Not just when they get to the full. There is no final destination. It's a journey listen to episodes of. Ua sweat the details. Starting september fourteenth on iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. That seems like a pretty easy thing to agree to. It might surprise some of us to know that the sky pilots didn't always get unanimous acclaim. true Some big lumber interests loved them and supported them. People like thomas bee walker thought. These ministers were not just good for the camp but so important to the camp that they should be paid so in some cases it was not just a labor of love where spiritual duty. It was their job and they thought you know if these workers have religion they'll also conform and they'll they'll work more predictably they'll be more efficient it cetera etc.

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"thomas bee" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Came here for college. And that's where she met this girl. Lena one fouling dead and call the police. All they cared about house asleep among air everybody. We have exhausted every possibility. Next is a liar. Not helping it. Myself i could. What's your name. Insist very protective. With god before no one would to you trust me and not from here. Let's not say she's my little girl among. It's not often that we get to talk to oscar winner on this show about a movie. That is absolutely a masterclass in both craft and theme and impact. But today we have tom mccarthy writer and director of stillwater which stars matt damon and abigail breslin along with co writers and. Forgive me if i pronounce the names wrong. Thomas bee gain and no debray. This movie is something special. It manages to be a compelling plot that drives interest for throughout the entire story if each is an incredible performance at the center as well as a number of very good supporting performances. but it's also one of the deeper films. I've seen recently in relationship to times. We live in the relationship. We have to our culture..

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"thomas bee" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Before we get started. I want to give a big shoutout to our newest patriot members. Katie f hannah. Be karen age karen kay caitlyn p grace. Rachel p franca be laurie. See peggy l. Guy t k patty s robin t armory s. Amy robert s thomas. Bee thomas e. Vanessa not see grace w tenley are kerry t marta. S and tracy. Be that is a lot of people. So thank you so much to all of you. And thanks so much to our patriotic members if he'd like to experience being a patriot member all the benefits. That come with it. Go to one. You feed dot net slash. Join in case you're just recently joining us or however long you've been a listener of the show. You may not realize that. We have over seven years of incredible episodes in our archive. We've had so many wonderful guests that we've decided to handpick one of our favorites. That may be new to you but if not it definitely is worth another lesson. We hope you'll enjoy this episode with krista tippett. The reality of life is that you get to a lot of the places you want it to be or you are meant to be but you would never have known it through things that went wrong. Welcome to the one you feed. Throughout time. great thinkers have recognized the importance of the thoughts. We have quotes like garbage in garbage out or you are what you think. Ring true and yet for many of us are thoughts. Don't strengthen or empower us. We tend toward negatively self-pity jealousy or fear. We'll see what we don't have instead of what we do. We think things that hold us back and damp and our spirit but it's not just about thinking our actions matter. It takes conscious consistent and creative effort to make life worth living. This podcast is about how other people keep themselves moving in the right direction. How they feed their.

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"thomas bee" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

15:36 min | 2 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"The ZAN question if a tree falls in the forest and there's no one there to hear it well then the tree doesn't make any noise and I would just WanNa remind people that the double slit experiment has been repeated over and over and over and if you hear people say well. It only works at a subatomic level not true. Please add to that anything that I've left out while the thing is the double slit experiment. As as as you. So eloquently day is has been repeated many many times and we know that if atomic particles an awesome set the possibles go through between sits on the NAS observed than they actually create an interference pattern whereas if you put a measurement device on one of the slick sets in you saw fire single photons or single electrons through. They dug through bonus time as if they know the being reduced to Point Hospitals. As you again rightly say. I mean you know the Great Tom Campbell. You know as Thomas Bee render what reality we need in order to exist men this again. I agree with you. It's dangerous to use the tem simulation because as suggested is a simulation of something else and you get an infinite regress by doing that but if we'd say that the true nature of everything we see these actually information and that everything is made up of information and again. I'd strongly advise the writings of someday. Lifelock Cova drill is very useful in this. He's one of the young physicists. There is coming up at the moment. But you don't even need to read Vedrell. You know you just need to read some of the latest work of Stephen Hawking. You any needs. We Smoking's were on on walking. Asian. The information cannot be lost if you throw a computer or black hole. Because he's an enclosed system in their farm. We know that information is energy so the release huge areas. Now people are starting to realize but as Alex is you and I know this has been known effectively since nineteen hundred. Max Planck decided to hear Behaviors Black Body radiation. But we also know safe from nineteen twenty five nineteen twenty six max bull Schrodinger equation all these things build up to act. The reality is definitely not what were things. This and there is a direct relationship and again the idea. Is You again say that the facts are only seen at the tight level? Is Nonsense you know. Cycled Anton Zeilinger at the University of the others. Being doing work with this unveil. Doing the twins experiment with Balki Bulls have sixty molecules in. These are big molecules. These are things that are almost the size of virus. How they but they are still getting bigger and bigger. We have still yet to find the older lying in physics takes over and quantum physics. Of course then. We have the mystery the quantum physics and Einsteinian physics which deals with the very big. They worked at a masterful work together. So the cleaning is a mismatch. What we think is reading happening and the the point really here is that. I think that the major issue here is understanding that everything is a field and there's a consciousness failed. I'm sleeping here now into the writings. I've done contributed a couple of chapters to books on Amazon and the idea that will count the steering itself objectively and the emanations of inflammation of consciousness. Which I wrote the book a few years ago with over and of course last has he's idea of the zero point failed the which touched upon before that these effects are actually seen just as you get slightly above absolute zero suddenly all kinds of weird effects dot taking place as well and the the zero point field suggests that empty spaces not MTO toll. It's not a vacuum. It's a planet. It's absolutely full of seething. Enter AB things coming out reality and again you totally read the books on quantum physics these days we have what's called virtual particles these particles the don't exist come into existence for the second and then disappear again somewhere else. Ninety four percent of the universe is missing. Installed Natural Doll Kennedy CDs by. Calling Dog masterton Dog Energy. So we're in a similar position in our science to the scientists were the turn of the nineteenth to the twentieth centuries. We are suffering from this this Hubris. No the the god Mickelson made a segment. He was opening up a new labar tray at the University of Chicago in about eighteen ninety. Who will statements? And he said. There's no need for science in the future because there's only one or two little issues we've got in the future other than that. We know everything and all scientists are going to be calculated into the six decimal point an annex plunk in December nineteen hundred. Came up with this idea. That energy quantifies uncertainty old change than in ninety five. Nine comes with his buddy full year. Reeburg three papers and and floated everything. But we're still nowhere near understanding. But now you still assigned to sounding saying we understand the things. We Debbie traumas consciousness. How does matter in my head in Alex's head how reacting with electricity how does it creates? Alexy's Hubs Each Rain. Disaster rations phase is similar with similar with all the listeners. Out there it's the hard problem when not even space on the Senate I I totally agree and I just kind of always have to resist the hard problem. What's the problem? There is no easy about it. Is How the brain works. And I guess my point on that is we don't really understand how the brain works and we already kind of touched on that. We have all this seemingly contradictory information. We don't know how memory works and our neurological models of memory fail as you say it's all about White Crows in black swans. I love that in your book. So you can bounce along with your little neurological model of memory until somebody comes along with a theory that completely blows it out of the water. Such as auto body experience or other provable side phenomena you know even take Dean Vaden's six sigma result on pre sentiment. It completely destroys our neurological model of memory. So there is no easy problem but I tell you what this we are going to shift gears for just a minute because I want to shift focus over to the afterlife just as another. Lens with which to look at the same issues that we're talking about because you have a lot of interesting things to say about the afterlife and we've already talked about the MT connection to near death experience but I did WanNa kind of pin you down and get your opinion on some ways that I kind of wonder whether that is a good fit for the data. We have from the deer death experience science and I'd start by pointing out. A couple of things is that I appreciate what they did at the University of Michigan. I think it's very important. I think the way that you summed it up is the best that I've heard anyone else do it. And the reason for that is because you have this expanded consciousness kind of worldview. What I hear so many times with people who look at that data is they want to use it as debunking exercise and jam things back into this kind of materialism which clearly doesn't fit so if I look at for example. The research of Dr Jeffrey long as one of the near death experience scientists but all of them agree that there is an extended consciousness realm. You're but my point. Is that the near death. Experience data is in the experiencers themselves. And we start hearing those accounts and in those accounts. I think there are some important ways that we can't completely resolve with the DMZ explanation. And I'd like to lay out for those for you and then we can talk about but the first one is the continuity of experience so a lot of people a lot of the near death. Experience Accounts Begin before death. Are there during the death. And it continues after the death and then our finely and even go after they returned to life so this doesn't like complete. It doesn't contradict your your book your conclusions but it doesn't fit well with the D. M. T. burst for the mice except that the d. m. t. experience as we know is outside of space time so now we have but but we can't really pack that back in either because we can't have it both ways we can't say well it's outside of space time so then it can transcend any kind of space time and we say but also we found it in these rats here in. It's ten seconds after we have to somehow massage that and you get what I'm saying there. Now the second point I think is even more important an interesting and challenging at the same time. And that's that the accounts from the near death. Experience suggest a unique kind of journeying and I think you have some great information on the book on some unique kind of journeying associated with for example certain shamanic experiences. At you know everyone sees the Purple Leopard everyone sees the snakes or Terence McKenna. Everyone sees Elle's but in this case everyone is having not. You can't say everyone. Forgive ME TO PEOPLE. Jump on me about everyone. But there seemed to be unique very common elements to the Indy Journey. But here's the kicker that I think I really want to interject into the conversation. It'LL LAUNCHES OFF INTO I. Think for me one of the most important points in the whole thing and it's the big follow on question to the book. Is that the journey of the near death. Experience suggests a hierarchy of consciousness. And I think you're already there when you talk about the sentence that is in the Shamans. It says as sick these two clans together. And something's going to happen in the near death. Experience people say I encountered God and they say well I don't have to call it God but for all the ways that I've always heard about God in my life this is it. It's a higher level. It is something to inform and educate me and it also says there is a moral imperative and there is something like a life review and what you do does matter and you do have free will so to me. These are the points that are the big takeaway here that either have to be worked out of it with other data that pushes them off the table or we somehow have to work that into beyond simulation hypothesis kinda thing not toughest leaves us very stark in clinical and the near death. Experience doesn't so I know I've laid a lot on the table there but take over and and let's let's talk about the the moral imperative in life review way we can do it probably systematically in the sense they. The first thing is about near death experiences themselves and why would argue with new people to size me on this? That's the word that in three words near death. Experience is the most important is near. It's a near death experience. In my book previous books I actually used the term real death experience or an Audi- Somebody actually now. I will stand corrected on this but I I know of no evidence was somebody actually has died literally died and has died in the literature that. What does that mean to you when you say literal sense when you when you start discussing? What do we mean by death? When does death take place within the brain? When does death actually happen but there is a point where presumably brain ceases to process? The information failed. Man I've wrestled every skeptic world to the mad on this the best scientists on this is a guy named Dr Sam Parni formally at Cornell. You actually know that Sam's experiments at Southampton University and the his whole exercise that he did discover out of body experiences burglaries. Those things took Was the project was called where project and I was at. Yeah after solicitation was not. Yeah right and just to fill people in on the backstory and the reason that both of us are drawn to his work is that independent of him being a near death experience researcher. He's one of the leading authorities in the world on resuscitation and as far as an area of medical science. We'd want to look to to answer that question of did they really die. A resuscitation expert would be the guy we've looked too because that's what he does day-to-day basis for kind of standard mainstream medicine and medical science. And if you look at what Sam is saying now as opposed to what he was saying. Two or three years ago is that he has now come around to the idea that clearly the evidence from his aware study suggests that consciousness extends beyond bodily death. And he's very emphatic. About talking about what you're saying but in a different way he says I would not call these near death experiences. These are death experiences in every way historically and with our present medical science we have these people some of them. A large number of them are considered dead. So what a lot of the skeptic's WanNa do is Kinda do this pleading to the God of the gaps thing well at some time in the future. We'll find that the brain isn't really dead or the rats in Michigan. Will you know show? We do not have in our medical experience to this point any indication that any of that will happen so that just pure speculation and what we do have our brains. That shouldn't be able in any neurological model that we understand shouldn't be able to produce consciousness and we have the experience of the auto body experience in the in the east experience. So that's my read of where we're at your. I'm with you on the technical term for what they're doing his Co. Premiere Serie Materialism you've got a promissory note to say the Yes. We don't fully understand lace but but we will do in the future. I have term for it and I it's given given things definitions or nice terms if you get the nice latching fades like hallucination. You know you you've you've explained it or you you call it outside as you'll you call it whatever. Charles Bonnet Syndrome..

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"thomas bee" Discussed on Public Comment

Public Comment

14:07 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on Public Comment

"Can forget about my financial woes. Sometimes i want to bring it up because i think it makes for interesting writing material and other times i'll loathe how it encroaches on those others curiosities line line which have nothing to do with money moving on then. I've been contemplating weekly routine and also the week in general general as a unit of time for example. I recently initiated the practice of completing at least one essay per week mostly because the time unit of the week first of all does not stretch so long that i get sick of the essay i'm working on or fail to complete it as used to be the case when i did not pose deadlines on myself. Even if i were to confine find myself to a page or word limit i might still never complete an essay like montaigne. I think naturally or just bury deeply open-ended in philosophical sense. It's still located points out montaigne in his book to show and tell the craft of literary nonfiction secondly. The unit of the week does not speed at all too fast pace compared. At least i do the day when i tried to produce as they day i found myself developing a most hasty thought process embarrassed myself i saw before the public with my very poor quality product and bert out my brain a bit evidence suggests suggests i am far from the only one who find something uniquely comforting about weekly routines for over half a century now how television producers showed an appreciation for this social tendency before the rise of net flicks amazon zahn hulu and is a television streaming television depending on your non enclosure preference. It was much more in vogue for television shows rose to air on a weekly basis the most profound example of that in my youth which perhaps initiated my love for the week as a time unit what nickelodeon called snick every saturday night from eight pm to i think eleven thirty pm nickelodeon colombian aired a series of snick shows clarissa explains it all the adventures of peden p to the secret world of alex mack mac all that are dark roundhouse saturday nights were sacred to me in my youth the most exciting weekly repetition i can think of if it was not a snake night and as i outgrew nickelodeon it it was a movie night especially at my father's house we all sat in front of the television and watched a movie often an r. rated movie with a lot of violence violence and cursing. My father loved this kind of movie as i grew older yet. I could stay up later watching h._b._o. Showtime cinemax and yes. I will not lie this was when i would watch what some may refer to as softcore pornography orphee were what i would brats rather think of as erotica. It amazes me how over a decade later. I can still recall certain scenes scenes from those late night sex movies. There was one movie desert passion. It was perhaps my first example of how contrasting in pace different sexual contact can be as movie depicted both what we might consider the slow pretty love making sort a couple on a desert and the quickey or the fuck a couple doing it against a wall with most of their clothes still on on as i recall it. This interested me compared to say showgirls my first n._c. Seventeen movie you only sex scene. I remember from that movie. Movie was a hot fast buck assuming pool at night. This may be the first notably exciting sex scene. I ever saw i know of alrighty of views on pornography exists one day. I'll address the matter in greater length but to speak of how i thought about it back then when i was first exposed to this kind the thing you must understand when you are a sexually hungry young lad who thinks female in the universe will ever really take an interest. I him ugly. You let alone a sexual interest well. Then pornography softcore or hardcore can at least give you an opportunity community to feel a certain dignity about your sexual expression that there is this round of sexual fantasy where you are welcome where a certain exhibition has type gets a thrill. I mean i sure hope it is more than just a paycheck for sexual entertainer. I hate to think they. I'm merely prostitute themselves. As a result of low self esteem thinking they could not make as much money elsewhere. I want to think that the sex entertainer gets gets off on the thought of their entertainment. Shall we say having the intended effects anyway for me about like a sort of ethical goal though frustratingly detached sexual promiscuity i could partake in without much guilt or feeling of rejection sometimes on saturday night h._b._o. Air this show called real sex a documentary program that explored social sexual doings in the culture her interviews with people about their views on sex and documentary footage of people engaged in unique social sexual situations whether orgies or having themselves domed or i don't remember what else saturday nights thus became not even so much about sacks saks or exciting movies and tv as they became symbolic of my i entrance into a sense of life so contrary to the rest rest of the week during the rest of the week i was a lonely depressed failure at school always finding myself in arguments with my parents and younger siblings and struggled for any positive feelings on saturday nights i was part sexual sexual adventurer and voyeur part artists foreign between fixations on sexual imagery on the television. I was writing this or that a poem. Oh my story to screenplay etcetera. I'd stay up as late as three or four in the morning and my father's house. I drink diet coke successively obsessively while in writing to characterize this even more generally and abstractly on saturday night. I felt the most free and alive live but our sense of the novelty of a saturday night lingered over the years ended up obliterated by the time of my retail years when all too often saturday night was spent on a cash register and sunday morning would be more of the same this was its worst hat my first grocery store gig and my time at the liquor store where worked till eleven pm and sometimes until a little later and one other especially frustrating thing about retail beyond the destruction direction of the sacred saturday night is the destruction of one's ability to establish much of a weekly routine because in my experience ones hours and retail will be inconsistent. It's about what they can budget by. Way of employees hours not like a contract where you agree to x. Thousand dollars a year while working basically this time we're at that time maybe staying later or just a little here or there another thing. I find interesting about the week compare it to bi monthly routines. The bi-monthly i find it's too abstract when it has been a week you can detect where you can tact with is less mental work the when it spent two weeks frankly you have to think just a bit more about it which a matter which has caused me significant trouble both jobs held in academia where the hour's work where to be typed into an online online time form once every two weeks first of all my decade or so spent in retail was much simpler a literal clocking walking in and clocking out procedure even in between breaks so even breaking away from that habit was extremely difficult for for me you to that issue alone i often would simply forget to type in hours as the college at the colleges because at the in the back of my mind and i still had a deeply embedded association held between coming and going to work with clocking in and out if i had to tighten my hours every saturday that would be as easy as thinking. Oh it's saturday saturday's timesheets day but with the rhythm stuck look at only every other saturday the sense of habit is less ingrained other specifically weekly habits war. The fact that so much in our culture is done on a weekly basis. This further reiterates might a certain weekly mentality within me for example once a week. I see my therapist once a week at least ashley and i buy the groceries once a week. I do laundry once a week. Thomas bee edsall's column for the new york. Times is published online. None of this is none of this twice a month nonsense now as the monthly what is done once a month women in between adolescence and middle age menstruate beautiful perhaps in a spiritual sense reminder of the miracle of light motherhood sexuality etcetera but no doubt i suspect for many women speaking viscerally the resetting of the month perhaps reminds them of cramps headaches bloating blood such things for a man of a certain ethical mentality is maybe a reminder of the importance of basic sympathy especially towards towards women what else ill many bills are paid monthly a monthly reminder of a little money i have what might it be like if i had more when i look forward to the month i don't mind paying for things in general i i take pleasure in it offically speaking because i acquainted with ethics justice value in theory. That is if who i'm paying has done what i've paid them to do. As for the quarterly and the annual i don't do or think so much in those terms arms i enjoy the exchanging i enjoy the changing of the seasons fall more than the others because it cools off and dances dances with a variety of colors working at a college. A semester mentality develops around the winter holidays. There is the annual family reunion and the accompanying intrigue as to how people did or did not change over the year new year's. Eve is a romantic thing as it allows for reflection on the year as a concept and a unit of time in those cases. I get to thinking not just of the year but of the decades decades in general the centuries time more widely ed baxter mortality etcetera still in my thirties decades remain pleasantly abstract to me. Compared are two years but in between the years the decades as a unit time. I also find fascinating is the u._s. Presidential term the age of trump the obama years the bush days the clinton era etcetera cetera what is most interesting about that is the sort of iconic stamp each president represents in my mind as a reminder of how life changed during the years of his or theoretically her executive leadership if i may draw one uncanny connection then between a certain quality of this this age of trump in the concept of the week it feels to me like every week there is at least one more mass shooting often often associated with white nationalism and that every week is a reiteration they reluctance on the part of trump the g._o._p. In the n._r._a. to do anything substantive about it..

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"thomas bee" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

15:48 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

"Well I think he knew every game already our right so we didn't get a chance to see if he has the ability to pick up something like that or workout problems problems because isn't that the whole point of a computer take problem gathered variables and figure out a solution and for Inaki well not necessarily because effort. He doesn't know about bluffing when they're paying their poker very in that in that the the main fault and understanding is understanding the motivation of human beings exactly but that's very big part of poker. You know no no yeah unlike blackjack which is really just a numbers game you don't you don't bluffing blackjack. I mean yeah you don't let from blackjack because you actually do see what everybody's getting twenty one or in this case where it was at seven or something I forget what the. Number was it was some other random number but yeah I do think that the Crown Newtown is it chronic towns or chrome towns. I don't know Oh yeah <hes> for what they are. They are synthetic things and they are. They're open about being since synthetic beans and I do think that they they essentially they can learn anything because they do. That's what they do. They go out learn stuff and they just recorded because that's their job to observe the universe and maybe interestingly enough that they do have a word class. Maybe they are supposed to <hes> this. You know keep the universe operational. I think it's interesting that when you think about when we first met the crown climate <unk> Tom's or that when we first threatened but when we meet the warrior class it is because Leopold fits is dead and yet there's a leopold that's around which seems kind of Ciller to win. SARGE is going after <hes> is going after the the going after it's someone who doesn't belong on this in this time line takers as of the universe created to be such exactly what it makes me wonder if maybe they were actually supposed to be defense mechanism against the Shrek since both times they got very obsessed with these people who had time travel who had at time travel anomaly associated with them. Just a theory. We'll see hope plays out day camping infected by the right. We don't know that yet. Well actually what we know that there are we know there was destroyed by the strike. At least we assume that and there's only so many chronic towns who were able to escape now they do have systems that mimic biologic thanks will determine possible they could be coming by the strike. <hes> or there were just other animals on that planet that the Shrek were able to infect and thereby destroyed their planet right. I may do find a whole so whatever it may start shrieking. They turns into this combustible Harbin like substance right and then probably kind of blew up exactly I or whatever well I think like turns the entire planet into that like chart crystalline remains. It seems very combustible. Yeah Yeah so so yeah so so there's a lot about the towns that we have to impact it. I think I worry we're going to get too much. which can we've had? We've just going to say well. Don't worry about them. You know and I did that. Is that kind of show yeah I mean and they could do it because you know they're unknowable mysteries in the universe. We're not gonNA give you all the answer. We're really mostly just concerned about the planet earth you know either defending terrorists. I'm sorry what and in this episode were pretty much only concerned with Fitzsimmons yes but Simmons who again like are manipulating each other are fighting with each other <hes> and not being honest with each other. It's a gradual process. You know you I have to recognize that there the discrepancy there and then you have to decide on whether or not you want to expose it so they're going through layers of each other and this is the old I think I don't think you can fault them for the way they go about it. I think this is the way naturally human beings would devolve these things slowly and gradually step by step you know taking time with hiding and then exposing hiding and then it knowing that you're hiding and then exposing. I thought it was a nice nice way to prevent how intense you know. They're Thomas Bee after so much art. I think it's <hes> not a good idea to hide what she's been through from fits because it's a part of who she is and if she wants to be open and understood by him he needs to have the whole story so they needed this process and I I think unfolded the only way it could have well yeah and what I like about is they've both have this hidden dark side and that you know and this is what they're her and this is the idea that I think is the aspect I am at your classic Super Genius Idea that we all like super genius superheroes but because they're super geniuses as Simmons says defense. You can't conceive of something in that build it and you know what it's worth. This is something that we've seen with Howard stark in the agent Carter series where he talks about his <hes> his bad babies these were you know he makes these weapons that are like oh wow I created that that is too dangerous for humankind to have so. I think the lack this stuff away. You know because you know you do that when you're when you <music> are in that kind of super genius places that you know you think of things and then you build it because I wonder how you do that Oh. I probably shouldn't have built that. It's like the Fay the famous quote from Dr Ian Malcolm your scientists was so preoccupied with whether or not they could stop to think that they should yes exactly and that is sort of what we get with. What we see is maybe the core of fixing Simmons's relationship is they provide the balance? What's for each other wrong and we see that because of course we do see that you know clemens has heard dark Sasso for as well which was interesting because the first time we see her? I actually thought that was her Zombie self from from the framework because in the framework <hes> Simmons actually dies and when she enters the framework she actually has to dig herself out of her shallow grave. 'cause you go into the body that you actually have when that university and since she was already dead she just has to sort of Clark away out nice. You know he's not in a special situation. He's the only one that that died. You know she died too. Well Yeah. It's it is it is the truth of it. Although that was an alternate that was in a computer simulated reality right emotional experience for each person is probably the same you know well yeah really and then we thought was really he cool about you know they're they're dark. Sides was just sort of making that point that that if you're going to get to be in that space with anybody everybody has a dark died in a good side. Nobody is just one thing and unless you share that other side of yourself with the other person unless the other president accepts you know your dark side or find it finds a way to work with it. It's not going to work so I I thought that was a cool little point to make too well yeah and of course they're dark. Sides do wind up making out at the end of that's. That's like how they solve the problem. Of the couldn't see that coming right from the get-go well you know I think I you know it is kind of thing that you think that's that's a reality but but again this also goes into this idea that they are in. Hey world that everything that they're encountering. is them communicating with each other right but it's but it's genuine because there's no other interference. This is their true self shining through. There's nothing encumbering them <hes> from imagining exactly what they're feeling so this is the only spot that they could have had to be honest because there's nothing <hes> pressing except getting to know each other and no other you know <hes> reflections of themselves around themselves take what they presented the other person. This is just who I am but it does raise the question as to whether or not the actually I mean obviously we knew they were in danger from the machine but whether or not they were actually in danger from the from the <hes> from themselves like or is that just the way the danger from the machine manifested itself like it's because they're dark sides are coming out and attacking them. That's interesting I don't I don't I don't think the machines anticipated that dynamic at all. I think they created it with their own minds because this is what their minds is needed in order to be okay with the situation yeah <hes> yeah I mean it was it was really a brilliantly done episode. I think I think I absolutely love it and that's the reason I compared to like a next generation <hes> episode which is in my opinion one of maybe the top five top ten shows ever well next generation. It's a classic they they've really stuck that landing <hes> and I do think ages of shield does get to that that that place every so often as well you know I like that I like that we do run through a complete sort of like a quick primer on the fitzsimmons relationship we see them from ugly back in the one with it being recruited in we see them <hes> they actually see the charcoal be brought up in this because that's the book that <hes> that <hes> Simmons is actually reading from in her little girl form. I like we see the little girl form because it just goes to show how how if we were just a psychological representation of ourselves how we might change because as me another part of our personality take the dominance and take the lead you know we are going to change how we appear to people <hes> and so so that that was that was brilliant on every single level it was just so much going on some of impact so much that was memory and thought and imagination and then although you know I would've like if they had actually kind of escaped the inescapable room on their own but we didn't need a little bit of redemption on inox apart as well. Yes we do need his face there and him betraying his his people to a to save them because as as they point out like look you know I don't know they say you know we're fine with being trapped in this world together forever where together and she's like what we're going to separate and it's like well that's not very nice and again totally unnecessary and then you know you get the android alarm go off and a Ho we see that somehow enoch has has the activities all the other chronic tons which I found kind of interesting that he had that ability and I don't know how did that but you know it helps the story and so we'll go with that I think it's in the same way that they did it to him. When he was on kits and member there was that shrieking noise and then he fell down on so they probably have some sort of fail-safe that everybody knows about their Kryptonite and he's all right time to earn their trust I guess by showing them the weight and needle fits his mind by using Jemma but so it was a little weird but it was all right yeah I mean I? I didn't necessarily question how he was able to do. I just I figure out act the system but it's you know I it was it was good the way that they ended up and then they get on the little Flexi disc and may travel off to our next episode with <hes> letting fits know that he's a grandfather because there's so much go into one I did want to mention is when fits proposes and then he realizes later. That wasn't the first time he proposed. I really liked that moment yeah but you know what I is is is actually I believe it actually is the exact same exact same mortar yeah so that's why she finishes the sentence in surprises them by doing yeah <hes> but that was beautiful okay any final thoughts on tonight's episode is now is probably my favorite episode. I've seen so far. It was a really good episode. I think we can all agree that this is <hes> <hes>. I think that they just have she'll really it always rises to the task. It always fills us with what we want. <hes> not always but you know this time. It definitely did <hes> me. I'm a big I'm a big I don't think nerd on these kind of things and it does bug me that they are not being tied to the M._C.. You much although if we actually look at the timeframe it's one year after the snap APP arguably. They're only a few heroes laughed. It makes sense that they're not around as much and it's sort of liberty extended tell interesting and cool stories. You know like so it's it's alright. I I don't mind it yeah. I don't mind you did ally there. <hes> yeah <hes> so that was that was inescapable. We hope you enjoyed it. <hes> if you'd like to talk to your mas or if you'd like to talk to Mas US specifically about <hes> how to escape it inescapable room <hes> mice. How can they find you think an email me at Mas Manzoor at Gino Dot com or find me on facebook under Mas Manzoor that's M._o.? And A. N. Z. Double O.. R. And of course you can always right to me and the old fashioned you know where the way Ramazan Pas wants did at superconductivity blog edge DOT com. That's superconductivity blows all one word gmail.com and of course follow me on twitter's. I live tweet ages of shield. If I ever am not podcasting at the exact same time whore any number of other things I might do at Charlie at Sir Acsi H._A.. L. I. E. CR look to the Q. E. in the.

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"thomas bee" Discussed on X96

X96

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on X96

"Which I call lying lies and the liars. Tell them that was the title of hell Franken Franken's book, wasn't it occurs to me as I'm looking at that, though, it should be. Lies that lying liars. Tell. He was doing it to be funny. So. You're reading is you're looking at it goes, well that doesn't make sense but at any rate, Thomas bee Hoffa lower achieve near mythic status in the Republican party as the Michelangelo of gerrymandering, the architect, partisan politics, political maps that cemented, the party's dominance across the country. So that this is maintaining this is an article in the New York Times this that opening paragraph maintains that, that the reason that the Republicans are so strong is not because they have more voters or good ideas. Well, they have marginally Democrats have marginally, better ideas. But at any rate, the reason, the Republican party is so strong, it's not because they have more voters. It's how they have managed to redraw voting districts to make them on them long game. They played after Mr. Fowler died last summer. His estranged daughter. Discovered hard drives in her father's home. That revealed something else Mr. wholesaler, had played a crucial role in the Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents now, files on those drive show that he wrote a study in two thousand fifteen concluding that adding a session ship question to the sentence to the census would allow Republicans to draft even more extreme gerrymandering naps to stymie, Democrats and months after urging President Trump's transition team tack the question onto the census. He wrote the key portion of a draft Justice department letter claiming that the question was needed to enforce the nineteen sixty five Voting Rights Act, the rationale that the administration has been using to justify its decision. They've said, no, we just wanna make sure that everybody is voting legitimately. That's not the result. That is not the reason at all the reason is when you can. Identify where those Brown are redraw voting districts. So they be because we know that the Brown people vote for Democrats, and we white pure people. We will vote for Republicans, but that, but you can't come out and say that how do have to say. Well, we need to make sure that the voting is Fe. It's not what you care about. So they've what they lie continually. They are the lying liars who tell lies Boehner candidate number wall Boehner candidate number two. It's a Boehner, I guess, pretty funny, and I hope we have the picture of the little kid among from Illinois hilariously discovered the shirt, she ordered for her three-year-old daughter from Chinese retailer came with an additional design element that it was not originally advertised on its site. Kelsey, Don Williamson to a BuzzFeed knew she is profoundly. Has not stopped laughing at cannon. She the t shirt, so on the t shirt for the little girl. It's frog and toad. The, the great children's book characters frog and toad. And they're on, on a bicycle. Sickle built for two. Frogging towed, and they're just those are such charming children's books and gets a great drawing. Great while it's right from the. Oh, yeah. And then underneath it says at the police. Picky. And Linda girl who's. I want that shirt. I want that. Sure. The shirt, she thought she was just driving. Toed frog or her little want that shirt, I used to do the voices when I read them to my. It was. Doc like this and frog was talking like this. Well, don't you know, we need to make more cookie? That's a great shirt want that cheered. It's Boehner, I guess, about it's pretty funny Boehner candidate number two. Of course, leave it to our chat room, Cory found where I can order one China somewhere right there twenty twenty three bucks. You can get them in different colors. That's what she that's what she paid for it. Coming up in a moment. Boehner candidate number three. Sure, they were young but we paid them. Oh, yeah. Okay. So it's a teach dot com. Frog and toad police shirt, you can order, one doesn't make any sense. It's funny. It's so incongruous. Larry, okay. Yes..

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"thomas bee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"thomas bee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"thomas bee" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Bertrand free coffee any of us free coffee. Well, pay for the call. You light? Steve of all of the people in this building the new go. Wow. That's a guy wanted to give a free Cup of coffee to would he be in the now four while I can say that about me because I and use them in conversation. And I am bright and bubbly, and I should be the one, they're lovely. I see them every day. We are we talking about the same play. They don't talk to me. I make them talk to me and they show little snack shop downstairs in. It's a fine little place dollars coffee salads. But it's the place of commerce. There's no. Unity. They're they're totally is even get a smile from them. I'm not kidding. Sometimes ride. The elevator up with the manager after she's dropped her baby off at school. Yeah. I think we're talking about two different places. Bertran travel events. They have croissants returned. I really shocked you guys like them. Play me like them. But I can't when you said they give you free. I bought a thousand cups of coffee. I'm sorry. I said I should not have said that because I didn't realize it'd be that was such jealousy from my co workers free. I just want them to talk to me. They don't talk Thomas bee won't bring it up to them. Bring it up there. Definitely going to bring it up. Well, I don't actually believe it. I don't think they're giving him. He wouldn't lie about something. Like that. It doesn't jive. I'm right here. I. Fun being on the stream on WGN extra. It's a little looser. Yeah. This is WGN radio. Everywhere streaming live from Chicago. Thank you Bill. Thank you, Wendy. Looser until he took it all deal with you later. Now, it's time for the news, which I believe is going to be done by Kim, Gordon, or Eric wrung down ground. Eric take good away. All right, overcast skies. Sixty seven degrees at O'Hare people who live near the stirred jenex plant in willowbrook today in dupage county courtroom asking for the plant to be permanently closed because of stare activists in admissions Bethlen oxide that they've created a public nuisance and that because of the public nuisance causing damage.

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"thomas bee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:31 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The border. I will continue to support efforts to dress the humanitarian and security crisis on the border in other than that. I'm on my way to keep doing what it can for the next few days. So thank you for being here. That's it gonna going to keep working going to do everything. She can't she just got canned. Well, we are rolling on this because our machines never stopped rolling. So personally highlights here we will. We will have it. I wanna go back. Just one more time on this floor is settlement because this is important because Democrats and the media are continually used this. That's it. She's heading back into her house. Now, that's it. See my instincts prevailed. He again. We would have stuck with any longer would have been. Thank you for coming. And now I'm going back in for a toddy. All right. The flory's settlement the Florida's agreement. This outrage this phony outrage over the separation of children is why we have the current crisis in the border in in the first place, it's been manufactured. We have been separating children. It's all about asylum, and it's all about detention centers. It has all about the law at once somebody claims Silom and kids can't one adult comes in and claims the Silom if separate them you detain them. And you put them into detention center takes three weeks or did to process the claim, but you have to separate them at the time by law. This is the Florida settlement. I'm really cutting to the chaff here. And it has it has now become some since it's been happening for years and never reported. Now, it's being reported. The American people are being led to believe it's the first time ever since Trump during Trump hates people Trump aids kids auntie Trump's racists from the pig in Trump's separating children. And it's nothing new. It's been part of American policy and law sanctioned by a left wing. Appellate court and the A C L freaking you. Thanks to this. This this phony outrage were now back to catch and release. Which means we will have more than one and a half million illegal aliens released into the US this year, alone the way it works. You come in you make an asylum claim, and you're given a date to come back for process and the thing that happens. Nobody comes back, and we don't know where they go. We don't track them. We don't implant little chips in them to follow him where they go. So ninety nine percent never come back for the hearing. They they just blend in they just fade away. But that was the goal that was the goal behind the phony outrage in the first place just as it was the ultimate goal behind the Florida's settlement itself. The idea has always been to flood the border with such numbers that we would just have to give up on having mortal whole idea here, and it's coming to for. Wishing just flood the border that we can't handle it. It's I hate to keep citing this. But it's another variation of Daniel Moynihan's defining deviancy down. You'll give up. Trying to enforce laws against bad behavior. Has there so much of going on you can't catch them? All you can't prosecute them. Also, just. Ignore the law and your change the laws so that the criminal activity that was is no longer called criminal. And as you do that over and over you are. Permitting deviancy normalize to become normal and to rise in terms of its occurrences throughout your culture, and society. It's a way it's a variation of the old clower Piven strategy and action, and it's succeeding. Because every day another democrat calls for doing away with the border or doing way with the concept of citizenship can has citizenship question on the census. No, no, no, that's bigotry. No, no, no, no. That's insulting. No, no, no. That's racism. This engine. If all these people do this. If all of these people crossing the border where wearing maga- hat's. What do you think the media and the democrat party would be doing? They would be building the wall. They would be down there. They would grab their armed units from the K K K or whatever, and they would send him down there and they start shooting onsite people would maga- hats trying to get in the country. That's the way to look at this. If all of these refugees, all of these migrants, all of these wonderful illegal immigrants were wearing maga- hats. What do you think the reaction would be? So I hope I hope Trump hits this hard. Whatever is going on here with the cure stress. Nielsen situation. It's his best issue. It's his rallying point issue. He has his base and an increasing number of the American people on his side. And I just want folks, it's only gonna get worse. Can you imagine the optic this summer, you know, summer? Traditionally in America has been a riot season. And especially I don't mean to be insulting here. But in America summer is riot season. And especially if there's an election in the coming fall nother isn't one this year, but just imagine the summer optics. And how devastating they will be for open borders. Trump needs to shuffle around some money and get that wall up. Get started on it as sap, and we had a call last week at a bunch of people suggest this we need to do it. We need to start taxing the you know, how much in remittances illegal immigrants are sending back to the home countries. It's round sixty billion dollars. We need to start taxing that as a threat to Mexico and Central America. And I'll tell you something else happening out there that I I'm detecting this. You may disagree with me. But I think there are the beginnings of a revolt, and I don't know how big. Over the leftist trajectory of a lot of institutions. I think there is there is now becoming the beginnings of a serious pushback against this idiocy of the green new deal and Medicare for all and reparations. There's a column Bob Carey. The former governor of of Nebraska now lives in New York wrote a column the Omaha world herald calling out his own party for what it is becoming. I will share the details of this column with you in mere moments. He's not alone. There are a lot of people that we would call traditional democrat. Well, I don't know if it's a lot yet. Like have you seen the stories? All of the AP has a story out democrat party needs white working class voters to win over really well who threw them away. Who decided the democrat party doesn't need didn't need white working class voters? Can we have three cheers for Barack Hussein? Oh, it was in November of two thousand eleven Thomas bee end soul wrote a piece New York Times announcing that the Democrats teacher going forward was to put together a party that was an amalgamation of coalition of all an every minority group they could find muster, and they were gonna make that the cornerstone of the party and ever going to get rid of white male voters because of and so look at what happened the democrat party. And all these candidates start talking about white privilege and white males running the world, even Joe Biden, Dr polish ising for being a white, man. And now, the AP has the story Democrats need white male. All there's I'm telling you. There's the beginning. Of which may be can't call it a revolt yet. But some kind of pushback because there are people not us on their side that are beginning to realize that they're in a suicide. Party. A suicide dive, I gotta take a break here. Just saw the clock. Hang on. We'll be right back, folks. 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"thomas bee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:36 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Securing the border. I will continue to support all efforts to dress the humanitarian and security crisis on the border in other than that. I'm on my way to keep doing what it can for the next few days. So thank you for being here. Okay. That's it gonna keep working. He to do everything. She can't. She just got canned. Well, we are rolling on this because our machines never stopped rolling. So presenting highlights here, we will we will have it. I wanna go back just one more time on this floor settlement because this is important because the Democrats in the media are continuing to use this. That's it. She's hitting back into her house. Now, that's see my instincts prevailed yet again. We would have stuck with any longer would have been. Thank you for coming. And now I'm going back in for a Taty. All right. The flurries settlement. The Florida's agreement. This outrage this phony outrage over the separation of children is why we have the current crisis in the border in the first place, it's been manufactured. We have been separating children. It's all about asylum, and it's all about detention centers. It has all about the law at once somebody claims Silom and kids can't the dull comes in and claims asylum is separate them, you detain them. And you put them into detention center takes three weeks or did to process the claim. But you have to separate them at the time by wa-. This is the Florida settlement. I'm really cutting to the chaff here. And it has it has now become something since it's been happening for years and never reported. Now, it's been reported in the American people are being led to believe it's the first time ever Trump during Trump hates people Trump kids jumping lots Trump's racist pig in Trump's separating children. And it's nothing new if been part of American policy and law sanctioned by a left wing. Appellate court and the A C L freaking you. Thanks to this. This this phony outrage, we're now back to catch and release. Which means we will have more than one and a half million illegal aliens released into the US this year, alone the way it works. You come in you make an asylum claim, and you're given a date to come back for process, and the thing that happens is nobody comes back, and we don't know where they go. We don't track them. We don't implant little chips in them to follow him where they go. So ninety nine percent never come back for the hearing. They they just blend in they just fade away. But that was the goal that was the goal behind the phony outrage in the first place just as it was the ultimate goal behind the Florida settlement itself. The idea has always been to flood the border with such numbers that we would just have to give up on having abortive whole idea here. And it's coming to fruition. Just flood the border. So that we can't handle it. It's I hate to keep citing this. But it's another variation of Daniel Moynihan's defining deviancy down. You give up. Trying to enforce laws against bad behavior. Because there's so much going on. You can't catch them. All you can't prosecute him. Also, you just. Ignore the law and your change the laws so that the criminal activity that was is no longer called criminal. And as you do that over and over you are. Permitting deviancy to normalize to become normal and to. Rise in terms of its occurrences throughout your culture, and society. It's in a way, it's a variation of the old clower Piven strategy and action, and it's succeeding. Because every day another democrat calls for doing away with the border or doing way with the concept of citizenship can ask citizenship question on the census. No, no, no, that's bigotry. No, no, no, no. That's insulting. No, no old. That's racism. This all these people do this. If all of these people crossing the border where wearing maga- hat's. What do you think the media and the democrat party would be doing? They would be building the wall. They would be down there. They would grab their armed units from the K K K or whatever, and they would send them down there and they would start shooting onsite. These people would maga- hats trying to get into the country. That's the way to look at this. If all of these refugees, all of these migrants, all of these wonderful illegal immigrants were wearing maga- hats. What do you think the reaction would be? So I hope I hope Trump hits this hard. Whatever is going on here with the cure stress. Nielsen situation. It's his best issue. It's his rallying point issue. He has his base and an increasing number of the American people on his side. And I just want folks, it's only gonna get worse. Can you imagine the optic this summer, you know, summer? Traditionally in America has been a riot season. And especially during I don't mean to be insulting here. But in America summer is riot season. And especially if there's an election in the coming fall nother isn't one this year, but just imagine the summer optics. And how devastating they will be open borders. Trump needs to shuffle around some money and get that wall up. Get started on it as Sep, and we had a call last week at a bunch of people suggest this we need to do it. We need to start taxing the you know, how much in remittances illegal immigrants are sending back to the home countries. It's round sixty billion dollars. We need to start taxing that as a threat to Mexico and Central America. And I'll tell you something else happening out there that I I'm detecting this. You may disagree with me. But I think there are the beginnings of a revolt, and I don't know how big. Over the leftist trajectory of a lot of institutions. I think there is there is now becoming the beginnings of a serious pushback against this idiocy of the green new deal and Medicare for all and reparations. There's a column Bob Carey. The former governor of of Nebraska. Now lives in New York wrote a column in the Omaha world herald calling out his own party for what it is becoming. I will share the details of this column with you in mere moments. He's not alone. There are a lot of people that we would call traditional democrat. I don't know if it's a lot yet. Like have you seen the stories? All of the AP has a story out democrat party needs white working class voters to win over really well who threw them away. Who decided the democrat party doesn't need didn't need white working class voters? Have we have three cheers for Barack Hussein? Oh, it was in November of two thousand eleven Thomas bee end soul wrote a piece New York Times announcing that the Democrats particularly going forward was to put together a party that was an amalgamation a coalition of all an every minority group they could find and muster. And they were gonna make that the cornerstone of the party and ever going to get rid of white male voters because of and so look at what happened the democrat party. And all these candidates start talking about white privilege and white males running the world. Even Joe Biden is out there polish ising for being a white, man. And now, the AP has a story Democrats need white male. All there's I'm telling you. There's the beginning. Of which maybe can't call it a revolt yet. But some kind of pushback because there are people not us on their side that are beginning to realize that they're in a suicide. Party there in a suicide dive, I gotta take a break here. Just saw the clock. Hang on. We'll be right back, folks. Not going. Rush Limbaugh twenty way on the network. News Radio twelve hundred w thanks to technology. We share everything these days, but we may not be aware that we're actually over sharing.

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"thomas bee" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

09:47 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Time here, she'll securing the border. I will continue to support all efforts to dress the humanitarian and security crisis on the border in other than that on my way to keep doing what I can for the next few days to offer being here. That's it. She going to keep working he going to do everything. She can't. She just got canned. Well, we are rolling on this because our machines never stopped rolling. So personally highlights here, we will we will have it. Now, I wanna go back just one more time on this floor settlement because this is important because Democrats and the media are continuing the us. That's it. She's heading back into her house. Now, that's see my instinct prevailed yet again. We would have stuck with any longer would have been. Thank you for coming. And now I'm going back in for a Taty. All right. The flory's settlement the Florida's agreement. This outrage this phony outrage over the separation of children is why we have the current crisis in the border in the first place, it's been manufactured. We have been separating children. It's all about asylum. And it's all about detention centers has all about the law, and once somebody claims Silom and kids can't one adult comes in and claims the Silom separate them, you detain them. And you put them into detention center takes three weeks or did to process the claim what you have to separate them at the time by law. This is the Florida settlement. I'm really cutting to the chaff here. And it has it has now become some since it's been happening for years and never reported. Now, it's being reported. The American people are being led to believe the first time ever did Trump doing because Trump hates people Trump each kids Nazi Trump's racist from the pig in Trump's separating children. And it's nothing new if been part of American policy and law sanctioned by a left wing. Appellate court Ambi. A the L freaking you. Thanks to this. This this phony outrage, we're now back to catch and release. Which means we will have more than one and a half million illegal aliens released into the US this year, alone the way it works. You come in you make an asylum claim, and you're given a date to come back for process and the thing that happens. Nobody comes back, and we don't know where they go. We don't track them. We don't implant little chips in them to follow him where they go. So ninety nine percent never come back for the hearing. They they just blend in they just fade away. But that was the goal that was the goal behind the phony outrage in the first place just as it was the ultimate goal behind the Florida's settlement itself. The idea has always been to flood the border with such numbers that we would just have to give up on having a mortal whole idea here and it's coming to for. Wishing just flood the border. So that we can't handle it. It's I hate to keep citing this. But it's another variation of Daniel Moynihan's defining deviancy down. You give up. Trying to enforce laws against bad behavior. Because there's so much going on. You can't catch them. All you can't prosecute them. Also, just. Ignore the law, and you change the law so that the criminal activity that was is no longer called criminal. And as you do that over and over you are. Permitting deviancy to normalize to become normal and to rise in terms of its occurrences throughout your culture, and society. It's in a way, it's a variation of the old clower Piven strategy in action. And it's succeeding. Because every day another democrat calls her doing way with the border or doing way with the concept of citizenship can ask citizenship question on the census. No, no, no, no. That's bigotry. No, no, no, no. That's insulting. No, no, no known. That's racism. This engine. If all these people do this. If all of these people crossing the border were wearing maga- hat's, what do you think the media and the democrat party would be doing? They would be building the wall. They would be down there. They would grab their armed units from the KKK or whatever, and they would send him down there and they would start shooting onsite. He's people would maga- hats trying to get in the country. That's the way to look at this. If all of these refugees, all of these migrants have all of these wonderful illegal immigrants were wearing maga- hats. What do you think the reaction would be? So I I hope I hope Trump hips this hard, whatever is going on here with the cure, Stu Nielsen situation. It's his best issue. It's his rallying point issue. He has his base, and and increasing number of the American people on his side. And I just want folks, it's only gonna get worse. Can you imagine the optic this summer, you know, summer? Traditionally in America has been a riot season. And especially during I don't mean to be insulting here. But in America summer is Ryan season. And especially if there's an election in the coming fall nother isn't one this year, but just imagine the summer optics. And how devastating they will be open borders. Trump needs to shuffle around some money and get that wall up. Get started on it as Sep, and we had a call last week at a bunch of people suggest this we need to do it. We need to start taxing the you know, how much in remittances illegal immigrants are sending back to the home countries. It's round sixty billion dollars. We need to start taxing that as a threat to Mexico and Central America. And I'll tell you something else happening out there that I I'm detecting this. You may disagree with me. But I think there are the beginnings of a revolt, and I don't know how big. Over the leftist trajectory of a lot of institutions. I think there is there is now becoming the beginnings of a serious pushback against this idiocy of the green new deal and Medicare for all and reparations. There's a column Bob Carey. The former governor of of Nebraska. Now lives in New York wrote a column the Omaha world herald calling out his own party for what it is becoming. I will share the details of this column with you in mere moments. And he's not alone. There are a lot of people that we would call traditional democrat. It's a lot yet. Have you seen the stories? All of the AP has a story out the democrat party needs white working class voters to win over really well who threw them away. Who decided the democrat party doesn't need didn't need white working class voters? Can we have three cheers for Barack Hussein? Oh, it was in November of two thousand eleven Thomas bee insole wrote a piece New York Times announcing that the Democrats particularly going forward was to put together a party that was an amalgam Asian coalition of all an every minority group they could find muster, and they were gonna make that the cornerstone of the party and ever going to get rid of white male voters because of Ed so look at what happened the democrat party. And all these candidates start talking about white privilege and white males running the world. Even Joe Biden's out there polish ising for being a white, man. Now, the AP has a story Democrats need white male. All there's I'm telling you. There's the beginning. Of. I'd always maybe can't call it a revolt yet. But some kind of pushback because there are people not us on air side that are beginning to realize that they're in a suicide. Party there in a suicide dive, I gotta take a break here. Just saw the clock. Hang on. We'll be right back. Folks. 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"thomas bee" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:48 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on KTRH

"Here. She is carrying the voter. I will continue to support all efforts to dress the humanitarian and security crisis on the border in other than that. I'm on my way to keep doing what I can for the next few days to offer being here. That's it. To keep working. He doesn't do everything. She can't. She just got canned. Well, we are rolling on this because our machines never stopped rolling. So for Sonny highlights here. We will. We will have it. I wanna go back. Just one more time on this flurry settlement because this is important because Democrats in the media are continuing to use this. That's it. She's heading back into her house. Now, that's see my instincts prevailed yet again. We would have stuck with any longer would have been. Thank you for coming out. I'm going back in for a Taty. All right. The flory's settlement the Florida's agreement. This outrage this phony outrage over the separation of children is why we have the current crisis in the border it in the first place, it's been manufactured. We have been separating children. It's all about asylum. And it's all about detention centers has all about the law, and once somebody claims Silom and kids can't one to the dull comes in and claims Silom is separate them, you detain them. And you put them into detention center takes three weeks or did to process the claim, but you have to separate them at the time by law. This is the Florida settlement. I'm really cutting to the chaff here. And it has it has now become some says it's been happening for years and never reported. Now, it's being reported in the American people are being led to believe it's the first time ever Trump. Trump hates people Trump aids kids Nazi Trump's racist from the pig in Trump separating children, and it's nothing new. It's been part of American policy and law sanctioned by a left-wing. Appellate court and the A C L freaking you. Thanks to this. This this phony outrage, we're now back to catch and release. Which means we will have more than one and a half million illegal aliens released into the US this year, alone the way it works. You come in you make an asylum claim, and you're given a date to come back for process, and the thing that happens is nobody comes back, and we don't know where they go. We don't track them. We don't implant little kipps in them to follow him where they go. So ninety nine percent never come back for the hearing. They they just blend in they just fade away. But that was the goal that was the goal behind the phony outrage in the first place just as it was the ultimate goal behind the Florida settlement itself. The idea has always been to flood the border with such numbers that we would just have to give up on having mortal whole idea here at it's coming for. Wishing just flood the border. So that we can't handle it. It's I hate to keep citing this. But it's another variation of Daniel Moynihan's defining deviancy down. You'll give up. Trying to enforce laws against bad behavior. Because there's so much going on. You can't catch them. All you can't prosecute a mostly just. Ignore the law and your change the laws so that the criminal activity that was is no longer called criminal. And as you do that over and over you are. Permitting deviancy to normalize to become normal and to. Rise in terms of its occurrences throughout your culture, and society. It's in a way, it's a variation of the old clower Piven strategy in action. And it's succeeding. Because every day another democrat calls her doing way with the border or doing way with the concept of citizenship can ask citizenship question on the census. No, no, no, no. That's bigotry. No, no, no, no. That's insulting. No, no, no known. That's racism. This dimension. If all these people do this. If all of these people crossing the border were wearing maga- hat's, what do you think the media and the democrat party would be doing? They would be building the wall. They would be down there. They were grab their armed units from the K K K or whatever, and they would send them down there, and they would start shooting on-site. These people would maga- hats trying to get into the country. That's the way to look at this. If all of these refugees, all of these migrants, all of these wonderful illegal immigrants wearing maga- half. What do you think the reaction would be? So I I hope I hope Trump hits this hard. Whatever is going on here with the cure stress. Nielsen situation. It's his best issue. It's his rallying point issue. He has his base and an increasing number of the American people on his side. And I just want folks, it's only gonna get worse. Can you imagine the optic this summer, you know, summer? Traditionally in America has been riot season. And especially during I don't mean to be insulting here. But in America summer is Ryan season. And especially if there's an election in the coming another isn't one this year, but just imagine the summer optics. And how devastating they will be open borders. Trump needs to shuffle around some money and get that wall up. Get started on it as Sep, and we had a call last week at a bunch of people suggest this we need to do it. We need to start taxing the you know, how much in remittances illegal immigrants are sending back to the home countries. It's around sixty billion dollars. We need to start taxing that as a threat to Mexico and Central America. And I'll tell you something else happening out there that I I'm detecting this. You may disagree with me. But I think there are the beginnings of a revolt, and I don't know how big. Over the leftist trajectory of a lot of institutions. I think there is there is now becoming the beginnings of a serious pushback against this idiocy of the green new deal and Medicare for all and reparations. There's a column Bob Carey. The former governor of of Nebraska now lives in New York wrote a column in the Omaha world herald calling out his own party for what it is becoming. I will share the details of this column with you in mere moments. And he's not alone. There are a lot of people that we would call traditional democrat. If it's a lot yet. Have you seen the stories? All of the AP has a story out democrat party needs white working class voters to win a really well who threw them away. Who decided the democrat party doesn't he didn't need white working class voters? Can we have three cheers for Barack Hussein? Oh, it was in November of two thousand eleven Thomas bee end soul wrote a piece New York Times announcing that the Democrats particularly going forward was to put together a party that was an amalgamation of coalition of all an every minority group they could find muster, and they were gonna make that the cornerstone of the party and ever going to get rid of white male voters because of it's a look at what happened the democrat party. And all these candidates start talking about white privilege and white males running the world. Even Joe Biden is out there apologizing for being a white, man. And now, the AP has a story Democrats need white male. All there's I'm telling you. There's the beginning. Of which maybe can't call it a revolt yet. But some kind of pushback because there are people not us on their side that are beginning to realize that they're in a suicide. Party there in a suicide dive, I gotta take a break here to saw the clock. Hang on. We'll be right back, folks. Not going. Rush Limbaugh twenty way on the network understand more News Radio seven forty KTAR h. Thanks to technology. We share everything these days, but we may not be aware that we're actually over sharing revealing passwords personal photos or financial information..

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"thomas bee" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

11:21 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"thomas bee" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"thomas bee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:19 min | 3 years ago

"thomas bee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You'll hear on shows like this. It said that there's a majority of the British parliament to stop a no deal Brexit now that is the default eleven we're leaving the the end of March. Whether we have the deal, and it order to stop it. It's all good enough says majority against leaving that majority has to coalesce around one of the options, either an alternative deal, delaying Brexit asking me to delay Brexit Origen directional referendum the name of the parliament's quite divided. So yeah, I would say looking at financial markets you go to a price in the tail risks that Britain does leave without a deal. And then you have to say increasingly likely the Britain is going to remain in the EU at the end. I don't know how many people have told you this. But you sounded like Jeremy Corbyn, not Jeremy Corbyn ever told me. Isn't that? Jeremy? Cockbain is he's partly being what opposition leaders are that trouble for the government out, of course, sitting on a very divided party himself unwilling to come to a single conclusion the puck with delaying. I'm telling you what I think is going to delaying is it. It doesn't actually confront the choice Britain now needs to make it puts it off, of course. And that's why it's a convenient bucket for people to go into. But I think we all less. I think I'm quite pessimistic about this unless somehow we can construct some kind of deal which takes Britain out of the EU, but keeps us in things European economic area. Which by the way, we think is a fair reflection of vote that split the country at half. Then we're going to be confronted with the only way to stop leaving the without a deal, which is stopping Brexit. How do we then look to the arch, Brexit tears? I'm gonna mention Boris Johnson is well who say we have a nostalgia in vision for doing our old trade deals doing being unilateral in our view of the world literally harkening back to the empire. If you will. It's nonsense, but they have a certain mass, which would you gauge as an enormous great billboard on the side of the big hotel here in Davos, which is sponsored by the British taxpayer, which is Britain is the sponsor free trade. If we leave the U without a deal, we are engaging in the biggest active protectionism in the entire history of the United Kingdom. So nothing's free trade. It's about erecting trade barriers with all nearest biggest some people that George would say that the European Union itself in buddies that protectionist regime in the eyes of many people, in fact in the eyes of many people that voted to leave that is what the European stands for either in our club. And that's great and you can enjoy the benefits of that. But if you're outside of it, go fish around your living that at the moment, I'll be finding out. But that's what the European Union stance for. Well. I would argue that these countries like France, Germany. These are our biggest export markets. We're in a free trade zone with them. I'm all for the EU doing trade deals with America. Japan, which has just been completed China even kingdom to a trade deal with the United States of America. I think the first part is to have a trade deal with our nearest neighbors which were about to tell up if we leave without a deal. And then, you know, the European Union is the best platform through which you can get a good trade deal with the US and the things like permanent membership of the customs. You could have been a route to deal that more MP's would have supported. Government you were in minority. I remember David Cameron was to swords lanes. David Karen was going against Gordon Brown. And it wasn't like America. Are you add vantage or disadvantage, the Jeremy Corbyn is labor party head with this debate be radically different? If there was a different leader of the minority party. Well, the answer is yes. And it's very sad for those of us who care about publish walks in our country's reputation that labor is not led by much more, moderate, social democrat. The kind of has led the light body for all of my lifetime. I think if labor had that kind of leader will they probably now be a labor government as it happens. But even if there weren't governor right now, we would be on the cusp of a big labor government with a big majority. But we don't because the country's understandably very nervous agenda and also many in the country doesn't want to have choice. I did think of simply Jeremy Corbyn Jacob Reese, Volkers Brexit, type you there is a censor that which is looking and waiting for. Voice. Well, let me give you a choice. What would it be the worst outcome for the UK economy, a hard Brexit? Jeremy Kelvin is the prime minister. But I think one needs to the other. So I'm not sure our choice Brexit. Brexit argument is globalization has failed you the elite Savell. Do we need to completely change the way we run the country philosophy phobias that is Jeremy Corbyn argument as well. So Brexit opens the door to Corbin cobaine would be very damaging or close to Britain's reputation as a home business and free markets. But we're already doing an illness about a damaged by choosing to leave the ear and erect protectionist barriers and tear up a key feature of the western art. Joining us on Bloomberg radio, George Osborne with this journalists as well as we talked emotions of his United Kingdom, all internal journalism. I was thunderstruck by the vibrancy of London newspapers, you're at the Evening Standard and just the cacophony where I would say is radically different than what we have in. In America, where there seems to be much more of a sameness to it is the joy of British journalism and journalism as it is a risk of going away as it has in the United States. I was great fun signatures paper and for me. From politics, not a great second career. And you know, I'm always trying to speak for all many readers with a the classic London newspaper had been for one hundred ninety s and I want us to have a broader national readership. I think in the end, you know, you gotta make it entertaining in. I was a kid in London the Evening Standard was the way you found out. What was going on in the world these days you turn on Bloomberg? Right. You can get a cold. You come. You can get a call. Commentary almost Gary only well by the time you pick out my newspaper in the afternoon. This is happening in financial markets or this plane has crashed. This government is falling. What we can do is provide a context to it. We can make it entertaining. We can inform covering football. We do cover English were particularly my team. Chelsea really the other day. Wow. Camp drum Thomas bee. I liked the tots or like this team or the bubbles. Are you thinking of West Ham? Yes. The cab drivers lecturing me on our arsenal. Chelsea the copy that predicted the outcome. Yes. How are we going to big top the Chelsea game offensive? They'd average. I'm getting I leaving. This is a Savannah's breaks George Osborne, leaving Happy Valley to go home for the game. Final question is through route back into politics for George Osborne. Yes, they might be, but I'm enjoying my life outside and I don't want to go back to this current situation. Now, I want to work on things that are building up our country's reputational diminishing..

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