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Ford returns to Formula One in partnership with Red Bull
"For it returns to Formula One racing. Ford will be the engine provider for Red Bull Racing and a partnership announced that begins with immediate tactical support this season and engines in 2026, for it is the third most successful engine maker in F one history with 13 driver championships, the automaker is the first American engine supplier to return to the F one as the series is set to race 5 times this year in North America, with three of those events taking place in the U.S.. I'm Shelley Adler
Olympic flame to take seaborne journey to 2024 Paris Games
"The Olympic flame will be going for a sale instead of arriving overland. The symbolic flame alighting the 2024 Paris games will take to the seas, though its birthplace in Greece, according to tradition, the flame will be lit by the sun's rays at a ceremony at ancient Olympia, then carried by the Olympic torch to Athens, Paris organizers say the next leg will be across the Mediterranean, aboard a three mastered tall ship, arriving in the French port of Marseilles, and then on to Paris, Marseilles is hosting sealing and soccer competitions at the games. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Cops searching for 3 missing rappers find 'multiple bodies'
"Authorities searching for three aspiring rappers in the Detroit area say they found multiple bodies at a vacant apartment building. The three rappers have been missing for nearly two weeks 27 year old Armani Kelly 31 year old Montoya givens and 31 year old Dante wicker were supposed to perform at a party at lounge 31 in Detroit on January 21st, but the appearance was canceled, and they haven't been seen since then, Illinois state police say they've found multiple bodies in an abandoned and rat infested apartment building in highland park near Detroit. The identities of the bodies have not been confirmed, but armati Kelly's fiance, Taylor perrin tells the Detroit free press that police did inform Kelly's family about the discovery. I'm Donna water
Author Jim Wallace on Conspiracy and the Resurrection
"When you were that atheist, let me ask you this. You were convinced that the resurrection of Jesus had to be some kind of hoax or conspiracy, and that the disciples cooked it up. That's pretty common. When you talk to people that don't believe in Jesus, that'll be the first thing. I talked to a guy from Princeton divinity school that believes this, right? He's a smart guy. Yeah. But think of that. He went to Princeton divinity and unlearned his faith. Well, okay, so we always have knowledge and wisdom are two different things. So I can get a lot of knowledge going into school, but I may not be wise. And what made me wise about the whole conspiracy theory issues is working a bunch of conspiracies. So anytime you have, if you're working our gangs for two years, any time you have more than one suspect to commit a crime or a murder, then you have what we can add a conspiracy charge. Here's what I've discovered. To have a successful conspiracy, and I think we're so we love conspiracy theories. I mean, we are, I mean, a lot of Christians. Feeds an appetite. Yes, it feeds an appetite we all have. There make great movies, make great novels. We love to talk about them as though they're true. But here's the hard truth. Is that you need a certain number of things in place in order to have a successful conspiracy. And here they are. Pretty simple. You need the least number of co-conspirators. It's easier for two people to do something, tell a lie, keep a secret than it is for 22. It just is. You also need to hold it for the shortest amount of time possible. It's easier to hold a lie for a day than it is for a year. So a great conspiracy is when two people commit a crime. And then one immediately kills the other. Well, now we've kind of captured it. The first day. Yes, the first day. So we kept the time span short, and we only have one remaining perpetrator. But those are the first two things. The third thing is that you really want to have good communication, excellent communication. What's the first thing we're going to do when we get 5 people who committed a crime? We're going to separate them. And ask them deep questions because they can not talk to each other now to line up their stories. And I'm going to go way beyond the initial story of the weeds to catch the lie, the spot the lie. You also want really super strong family or relational connections, right? And that's going to be really important. So these are the kinds of things we're looking for when we see a successful conspiracy. Here's the problem with the gospel authors, is there's way too many of them. It's not just the 12, right? There's a 120 in the upper room in X one. Remember they picked Matthias to replace Judas. He was also an eyewitness who had seen Jesus from the baptism to the resurrection. They picked from a group of a 120. But Paul says there are 500 who saw the living risen in Christ on the same day. So how large is this if you just told me that, oh yeah, I believe in a conspiracy from last year involving 500 people that all lined up. Yeah, I'm going to be suspicious already. There's too many people. If you're taking an entire sector of the federal government two decades to hold the conspiracy, I'm sorry. Someone's going to break.
Antetokounmpo scores 54 points, Bucks beat Clippers 106-105
"It's the third time since the first of the year that bucks Ford John has done it a couple has put up 50 or more points. He had 54 to lead the bucks to a one O 6 one O 5 win over the clippers. It's insane. Crazy journey. Now I finish a game that's got 50. I'm like, we'll just insane. The box trailed most of the night by a big margin. They were down 21 in the third quarter, still the clippers had a chance in the end to win, but Kawhi Leonard missed a baseline fadeaway jumper in the final seconds. Check Freeman, Milwaukee.
Murray, Jokic lead charge as Nuggets beat Warriors 134-117
"The nuggets were one 34 one 17 winners over the warriors behind Jamal Murray and Nikola Jokić. Murray had a game high 33 points for the nuggets who broke the game open with a 16 O run in the third quarter. Jokic recorded his 17th triple double of the season by the midway mark of the third quarter. He finished with 22 points, 16 assists and 14 rebounds. Kentavious Caldwell Pope added 18 points as the Western Conference leaders improved to 24 and four at home. Steph Curry had 28 points and Jordan Poole 22 for the warriors who led by 11 in the second quarter. I'm Dave ferry
Walker rallies No. 3 Houston past Wichita State, 70-61
"Third rank Tuesday to improve to 21 and two by closing with a 26 to 11 run and a 70 to 61 win over Wichita state. All 5 Houston starters scored in double figures, led by 15 points from generous walker and Marcus sasser. Houston head coach Kelvin Sampson. We kept doing dumb stuff and then followed up with an equally dumb thing at the other end. It's not winning basketball. But you know when it came when in time, I think our DNA kicked in. We know how to win. There's a lot to be said about that. Houston made its final four shots of the game while Wichita state missed 9 of its last 11. I'm Adam spelling.
Mavs hang on after Doncic hurt, hand Pels 10th straight loss
"The Mavericks were without Luka Dončić as they completed a one 11 one O 6 decision over the pelicans. His right heel while taking a hard fall on the third quarter. Mavs coach Jason Kidd. Contusion to the heel. So we'll see how he feels tomorrow. And have a better update to give you. The all star had 31 points before leaving the game for good with Dallas ahead by 27 midway through the third Spencer didn't what he furnished 21 points and Josh green scored 9 of his 15 after Dodger exited. The pelicans dropped their tenth in a row and fell under 500 for the first time this season. Brandon Ingram was I man for New Orleans with 26 points and CGM McCollum had in 19 with a desist. I'm Dave ferry.
Barrett scores 30, helps Knicks hold off Heat 106-104
"RJ Barrett climbed out of the doghouse while leading the Knicks one O 6 one O four victory over the heat. It was a lot of communication. And just, you know, even when we were doing, I said we were very locked in. And yeah, now we got a big dub for sure. Barrett scored 30 points after being benched for the last 12 minutes of New York's previous game, and over time lost to the Lakers. Julius Randle had 23 points, ten rebounds and 6 assists. The Knicks had a pair of 11 O runs in the third quarter, allowing them to withstand the heat's 21 four spurred in the period. Bam adebayo had 32 points and Tyler hero 25 for Miami. I'm Dave fairy.
James closes in on scoring record, Lakers rally past Pacers
"The Lakers were one 12 one 11 winners at Indiana as LeBron James pulled within 63 of becoming the NBA's all time leading scorer. He had 26 points since he tries to catch Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. James also gave LA its first lead on a three pointer with two 35 remaining. Anthony Davis knocked down an 11 footer with 35.1 seconds left. Part of his 31 point performance. The pacer scored just 44 points in the second half of their fourth straight loss. Tyrese Halliburton provided 26 points and 12 assists, Aaron Y Smith had a career high 24 points, and miles Turner added 20 with 13 boards for the pacers. I'm Dave ferry.
Amazon beats Q4 revenue estimates, but profits slump
"Amazon is reporting fourth quarter results that were disappointing on the profit side, but saw an increase in revenue. Amazon says it made $300 million in profits or three cents a share, well below the $2 billion analysts were expecting. The retail giants as profits were dented by its stock investment in an electric vehicle startup. But overall revenue rose 9% to $149 billion. That's above Wall Street expectations. Revenues were boosted by Amazon's AWS cloud computing unit, although it seeing a slowdown as well. Consumers are veering away from pandemic fueled online shopping and working from home, and the company is now trying to right size its business. For the year, Amazon posted a loss of $2.7 billion.
Dave Rubin Talks About His Two-Day Journey Inside Twitter
"So Dave, you had a chance to go into the labyrinth itself. The Twitter headquarters first, how did you pull that off and what did you learn? Yeah. Well, labyrinth is the right word. I'll get to that in a sec. How did it happen? Well, basically, you know, there's been a lot of wacky stuff going on with Twitter. You're a power user there, and you're one of the guys that in the original Twitter files. It was exposed the year account was being hit. So you're well aware of the specifics. But to your audience, you know, for people that are not on Twitter or don't pay that much attention. You know, you really can tell if you're a big Twitter user when people are seeing your stuff when you're relevant stuff's really breaking through when things are going viral. When you may not see other people that you follow and a whole bunch of other problems. So for the last couple of weeks, it seems like those problems have really ramped up after about a three week period when Elon made the acquisition when suddenly Twitter felt like the old days people were seeing tweets again. I was starting to see people I had long forgotten about because they had been shadow banned into oblivion and everything else. So I was fortunate enough to get in touch with two engineers over there and they were doing a deep dive on my account and asking me what I was seeing for about two weeks and we're doing a text chat on this. And then I got a call last Tuesday basically saying, hey, can you get to San Francisco today, Elon wants to meet with you? And basically when the world's richest man who's running Twitter wants to meet with you, you get on a plane, Charlie, and I sat in the last row, row 32 E with a in the middle seat with no reclining back to it. It was not working, but I made it to San Francisco. I got there a little bit after midnight. He was there. You know, a whole bunch of engineers still burn in the midnight oil. He came up to me. We chatted for a few minutes, and then he said, and this really sets up everything you need to know about the guy. He's had meetings all day long. I think he was testifying in a court case earlier in the day. He had the Tesla quarterly earning meetings the next day. And he says to me, he says, Dave, you know, I'm extremely tired, but if you need me to stay right now, if you need us to sit down and deal with this right now, we'll do it. And I was like, no, Elon, it's okay. We could do it tomorrow. And then we ended up meeting the next day. Again, after midnight because he was so busy for about two hours, and that's where we got into some of the nitty Gritty. But I thought that that little moment alone, the fact that this guy, you know, I'm just one of a gajillion people on Twitter, but that he was willing at 1 a.m. basically to stay up later to continue trying to fix these problems. Like, he did not need this problem, Charlie. This thing is a freaking endless headache.
Citizen Kane Weighs in on the Latest Headlines
"Kind of walk through then the next couple of months, then outside of the politics stuff. What are the stories that you see starting to bubble up to the surface, the Biden thing, where should we be focusing? What do you consider is more kind of vapor and smoke screen versus legitimate stories that we need to zero in on. I see a lot of energy towards the kind of vaccine justice issue, which I find to be super interesting as the Pfizer cover up is really starting to be revealed. Your thoughts. Yeah, that's a good point on the vaccine justice. That more and more, you know, people have been fighting for almost three years now and more and more. It seems like we're getting some wins here. And again, news naturally fills a vacuum. So with fewer political stories because it's an off year with 2023, hopefully we can get some work done there. And I posted the live link yesterday to the very first House COVID hearing on the waste and abuse of tens and tens of billions of dollars. So but let's get into it. I think so here's what we got for the next 6 months. We've got COVID stuff. We've got Trump to Santa's and we've got, will they indict or won't they? So you mentioned those Biden and documents. I want to hear your thoughts. I feel like that finding the Biden documents completely takes a Mar-a-Lago indictment of Trump off the table.
U.S. tracking suspected Chinese spy balloon
"A Chinese spy balloon has been spotted over the western United States. I'm Lisa dwyer. The U.S. says it is tracking a suspected Chinese surveillance balloon that has been spotted over U.S. airspace for several days, The Pentagon decided not to shoot it down due to risks of harm for people on the ground. A senior defense official says the U.S. has very high confidence that it is a Chinese high altitude balloon and says it was flying over sensitive sites to collect information. One of the places the Berlin was spotted was Montana, which is home to one of the nation's three nuclear missile silo fields. The Pentagon says it is currently traveling at an altitude well above commercial air traffic. There has been similar balloon activity that's been seen in the past several years. The defense official says that the U.S. has engaged Chinese officials through multiple channels and communicated the seriousness of the matter.
Sebastian Talks to Hillsdale Professor Thomas G. West
"Down that rabbit hole that Caldwell rabbit hole for a moment professor. A new constitution born in the 1960s, who were the motors, who were the engines of that new constitution. Was it simply the civil rights activist? Was it activist judges? Can we can we point to a locus of the formation or who were the catalysts for that new constitution? Well, of course, the way was led by American intellectuals and going back to a much earlier time in 20th century. Starting let's say the 1920s, 30s, begin to see that these movements are what we're our world today. Our political and social growth today. But by the 1960s, the reason why that period, I think, can be singled out as the transition. Is that all three branches of the federal government and most states outside the south now had come to embrace. His orientation, the idea that there is a fundamental threat to human individual rights that comes from the private sector. And of course, always there's been crime in America and we punish trying. But now the view is, it's not enough to punish crime. It's not enough to prevent people from harming each other. And it also necessary to organize and regulate their lives step by step so that they will not have views of other people build that are disapproved of by the federal government. And for the state government, as far as that's concerned, happens that state levels as well.
Ilhan Omar Getting Booted From the Foreign Affairs Committee
"It looks like today Ilhan Omar is going to be kicked off the House foreign affairs committee and this also means that Ilhan Omar will no longer be the top Democrat on the subcommittee on Africa. This is something that she has taken great pride in. And so this is a kind of a blow to Ilhan Omar and she's been fighting hard against it now for a several days it looked like this might not happen. In other words, it looked like Kevin McCarthy had the votes to boot swalwell to boot Adam Schiff, but not to boot Ilhan Omar for a couple of reasons. One is that there is one Republican who thought that Elon Omar was doing a pretty good job on the committee. There was another Ken buck who's been on this podcast and Ken buck, I think, was taking the principled view that, hey, listen, just because the Democrats threw Republicans off their committees doesn't mean that we, the Republicans should throw the Democrats off their committees, Ken buck, I think, was joining the, let's call it we're better than they are school of politics. We should sort of show them by example that this is the right way to do things. And then Nancy mace, she's the one I think who was opposed to removing Ilhan Omar. But Kevin McCarthy basically did what good leaders do, which is he started pulling these people into a back room and having a little bit of a talk with them. And out of the three, he convinced two to swap their vote. So Ken buck now and a Victoria spartz have agreed to vote to remove Ilhan Omar, they insisted upon a provision that she gets a chance to quote appeal her removal, which is kind of a worthless thing to do because that appeal is not going to very likely succeed. And so Ilhan Omar is going to be out of there.
Florida could end unanimous jury requirement for executions
"Florida's Republican governor wants to make it easier to send convicts to death row. Governor Ron DeSantis and Florida's GOP lawmakers have proposed legislation that would eliminate the unanimous jury requirement in capital punishment cases, the proposal comes after a divided 9 to three jury spared the life of Nicholas Cruz, who killed 17 people at Marjorie's Stoneman Douglas high school in 2018. Desantis urged Republican lawmakers to introduce legislation that would require only 8 of the 12 jurors to vote for the death penalty instead of a unanimous vote that would make Florida the only state to use that standard right now Alabama allows a ten to two decision to allow the death penalty and Missouri in Indiana led a judge decide if the jury is divided. I'm Donna water
Russell, Edwards help Timberwolves beat Warriors in OT
"D'angelo Russell and Anthony Edwards sent the Timberwolves past the warriors one 19 one 14 and overtime. Russell scored 14 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter, but he fouled out one minute into OT. I was just taking what they were giving us. You know, their defenses, it's a lot of scheming to it and you know, they make you think and make you use your second and third option. Tonight we were trusted. Edwards took over after Russell left, scoring four of his 27 points in OT and providing several key plays. Minnesota forced overtime by erasing an 11 point deficit in the fourth quarter. Steph Curry had 29 points and ten rebounds for Golden State. I'm Dave ferry
"three w" Discussed on Why It Matters
"three w" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"802 four 6 8 7 51. That's 802 four 6 8 7 51 I'll go to balance of nature dot com and use discount code America. I'm continuing my discussion of the longest day in the Iliad, a day that continues for multiple books, really all the way till about book. 14 and the way that the day begins Zeus. Comes to Hector and he says to the Trojan warrior Hector, that I'm going to put strength into you. But what I want you to do is wait for agamemnon to be wounded. And to fall back from the battle and then I want you to rush in and you will have, in a sense, uninterrupted glory. So this is exactly what Hector does. Hector heeds the advice of Zeus. He hangs back a little bit. And then we see the aristea, the kind of glorious display of the fighting prowess of agamemnon, agamemnon is out there, he's performing valiantly, he's doing really well, and then sure enough, just as Zeus predicted, he gets wounded. And here is our home we're describes this. Agamemnon continued his killing rampage with spear sword and chunks of rock. This is basically how they fight spear, sword and pick up a rock. As long as blood flowed warm from the wound, now here's agamemnon, even though he's wounded, he's fighting on. He doesn't stop. He keeps going. And Homer says, as long as blood flowed warm from the wound, agamemnon persists, but but now quoting, but when the wound dried and the blood caked, the pain set in needling and sharp. And then we get one of Homer's analogies or similes, Homer has beautiful similes all the way through the Iliad. As if he were a woman in labor struggling with the stabbing pain. So Homer compares the agony of agamemnon as the wound dries with labor pains. And what is agamemnon do now, he's not he's not fatally wounded, but what he does is he has to retreat. From battle. And as he retreats Hector is now seizing his opportunity and he's going to jump into battle. Now, interestingly, Homer compounds the difficulties faced by the Greeks by showing that two of the other great Greek warriors. Namely diomedes and Odysseus, also get wounded. So here is Odysseus. And he is fighting bravely, but he gets stabbed and so he has to pull back. It's not a fatal wound. In fact, a Homer makes the observation that a God, Athena, deflects the wound, so it doesn't get through to Odysseus vital organs, it does hurt him. And so he's unable to continue, but again, he's not so fatally wounded. I mentioned earlier on that somehow wounds in the Iliad tend to be mild or they kill you. They don't Homer doesn't really go in the middle. And then as for diomedes, he is shot through the ankle through the foot by Paris. When Paris drew the arrowhead back to the grip released the shaft and scored a hit the arrow passing through the instep of diomedes right foot and sticking in the ground and then Paris laughs and taunts diomedes, basically saying, hey, I gotcha. And then diomedes has a very interesting response. He basically taunts back. He says to Paris, you sissy curly haired pimp, so this is diomedes is contempt for Paris and is not just contempt because Paris is a kind of pretty boy and a kind of a womanizer. He goes, this is diomedes. Why don't you come down and fight me man to man and see how far your bow and arrow gets you. So here is diomedes implying that a bow and arrow is kind of an effeminate weapon. It's for girly boys. The bow and arrow is something you use when you're far away and you fire an arrow into somebody as opposed to meeting them hand to hand combat and taking a risk yourself. And then says diabetes, you're boasting because you scratched my foot and diomedes and sits down and he pulls the arrow out of his foot, but of course that creates an intense pain and diabetes is unable to walk. So it says Homer says he limped onto his chariot and told the driver to head for the ship. So notice now that not only has agamemnon, the leader of the expedition been wounded, but also Odysseus and also diabetes, the Greeks in a sense have lost or temporarily lost three of their best fighters.
"three w" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Good deal of political polarization in America, and it's often deplored as a bad thing. Wouldn't it be great if Americans could come together, but what is the way to respond to the polarization? Well, it turns out that there's a group of people and one or two in the democratic side and two or three on the Republican side. And they've decided that the solution is a new party. A third party, a centrist party that they call the forward political party. Well, it's kind of a weird name, first of all. And it sounds a little socialist to me. Doesn't like it, she goes, it sounds well, I mean, forward sounds a little bit like progressive. It sounds a little bit like, but I suppose what they would say is we're trying to find a way forward out of the polarization. Now, who's involved Andrew Yang now Andrew Yang is the tech nerd who ran for office. I think he ran for New York. And then he ran for mayor in 2021. And then he said, that's it. I'm out of the Democratic Party. Now that by itself is a good thing, but evidently Yang thinks that there is space for a new party and he's joined by some Republicans, although these are kind of has been former, old, establishment type of Republicans who are part of the, you know, the George H. W. Bush administration or the George W. Bush administration, so there is one guy who was part of the Trump administration, miles Taylor, a former Homeland Security official. And then David jolly, a former Republican congressman, a Christine Todd Whitman, a former Republican governor. Notice a common theme here, it's former. These are basically people who have lost office, can't really gain much traction, it seems like time has passed them by. They have no real constituency. So I think they kind of feel like if you put a bunch of losers together, you might get a winner by loser plus loser, plus loser equals winner, but generally loser plus loser plus loser equals three losers. So it generally doesn't really work that way. I think the deeper point is really this and that is that when you have a situation in the country where the two parties are pulling in opposite directions in terms of their destination. I mean, very simply one party is for restricting and limiting abortion. The other party is for celebrating and promoting it. So is there really kind of a quote middle ground? Isn't the middle ground precisely what we have now, which is to say, let's states decide for themselves how they want to handle the issue. That is the middle ground. That's allowing local values to determine how each state deals with the issues. And so this notion that and I think there's a certain part of Americans that that things like this will, it's just a pity that the sides are so much at loggerheads. I just wish that they would all sit down and figure out what's best for the country. Well, this kind of boilerplate kind of repels me because, of course, the underlying assumption is that there is a single thing that's best for the country, whereas the problem is that the two sides radically disagree over what is best for the country. The Democrats want a very different America than we do. So if we're the party, let's just say a moral principles. And they're the party of moral degeneracy. What's the centrist position? Let's have some degeneracy, but just not as much as the Democrats want. Let's try to, or if we're the party of the founding and the Democrats of the party of, let's say ripping up the constitution and throwing it aside for essentially what they want to do right now, what's the sense for his position? Well, let's have a kind of moderate respect for the constitution. And in some cases, show fidelity to it. But in other cases, the story totally fine to rip it up. I mean, part of what we have is we have a new idea for a party. We don't even have a new party yet, but it doesn't have any platform. It's not spelled out. What this party even wants. My guess is there will be an effort to sort of take party positions from both sides and find some artificial middle ground. Look, America's always been, I mean, really going all the way back at the beginning, a country defined by two parties, which is not to say that parties haven't become obsolete. It's not to say that parties have been disappeared. The Whig Party, where is it now? It's gone. But it was replaced by the Republican Party. Notice that the Republican Party was not a third party. The Republican Party supplanted the Whig Party, which went away. And then we went back to a two party system, and the same thing happened earlier with Jefferson's democratic Republican Party. It essentially split into two parties, originally the Democrats and the Whigs, and then later, of course, the Democrats and the Republicans. It was Abraham Lincoln. No, I think we made the very deep point that you compromise on you compromise as much as you can and then you don't compromise any further. Lincoln compromised. He said, look, we're not going to try to stop slavery in the states. We recognize that the founders may get made a kind of constitutional pact, and we're going to abide by that pact. We're going to restrict slavery from spreading to the territories. But on that issue, we are inflexible. We are going to tolerate no effort to dilute or deprive us of the platform that we ran on and one on. And so I think this is a pretty good approach for the Republican Party. You compromise on things in order to get things done. You're pragmatic in that sense, but you're pragmatic up to a point on the core principle that explains why you're a conservative, why you're a Republican, you don't compromise at
"three w" Discussed on Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin
"We perhaps have codified. The three beat rhythm into western culture. And because we're so ethnocentric have determined. It's a of nature. But i have a new theory and my new theory is does really no such thing. That three is the number where we start noticing a pattern. That if it's just one while it's one it's a thing there's so many things that's not a pattern. It's just a thing but what about two. Before there were irreversible try no meals there were irreversible binomial 's and there are far more of those fine and dandy back and forth above and beyond alive and well bangers and mash bayton switch. Macaroni and cheese. Can't say cheesy macaroni. Macaroni and cheese. Flesh and blood forever and a day forever and ever hard and fast ham and eggs hide. And i don't even know what when means day and night you get the idea there is to it happens all the time abbott and castello. There's a couple. There's a pair suddenly to feels like like a really stable situation and biologically to is sort of the way we are organized. And then there's four and four shows up in lots of places as well. There were actually more than three stooges and more than three marx brothers. Four shows up in lots of places. Just ask john. Paul george and ringo but also five five shows up in lots of places. So why have we fixated on three. Well i think three is when we begin to notice that there is a pattern that as a writer. I've adopted the rule of three. I often write this thing. Come that thing and the other thing the rhythm feels right to me but maybe the reason the rhythm feels right to me is because i've been using it a lot reading it a lot encountering a lot. Maybe the reason we have the rule of three is that we have the rule of three that it reminds us that something is coming that if we started joke with a so a so and so and so and so walk into a bar. We've announced somebody. This is some sort of joke. Maybe when the composer offers us one thing and then a slight variation and then than dynamic inclusion they are alerting us to the fact that they also get the joke that they know the rule of three that they know how to pace it and talk about it and so i wanted to alert to the existence of the rule of three because maybe we're giving writers the benefit of the doubt when we encounter it may be were feeling a little off what it's not quite three when it's almost three. But perhaps the rule of three is just completely fabricated in a paper that i put in the show notes that akimbo dot link a bunch of researchers tried to investigate the famous rule of three for behavioral indicators with high specificity for bi-polarity in patients with major depression episodes they did a unit variant analysis of thirty six thousand seven hundred forty two subjects and made a list twenty nine markers that often appear things like more than three religion changes more than three marriages cheating on their partner regularly. Having more than sixty lifetime sexual partners pathological love heavy cursing speaking more than three foreign languages having more than two apparent tattoos circadian regulation and high debt. And what they found. Is that eleven of these markers if you have three of them. It's quite likely you might need professional help again. The rule of three. We can't get away from it. Just wanna talk to you marshall. See if we could something out disease we got anything to talk about. But if you want to say something you can say from right there. Can i come a little closer so not shouting like a couple of drunk and hobos. I can hear you is it okay. I come a little little closer than okay. You take one more step. I'll shoot you. That's all i'm gonna say. I.
"three w" Discussed on Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin
"The rule of three is an effective form of writing in which we list one thing and then another thing. And then the third thing that is the motto of superman never ending truth justice and the american way but not just superman's motto. In fact if we listened to the prelude to superman's motto we hear the rule of three again again. And.
"three w" Discussed on Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin
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"three w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl
"Golden brown like they've been broiled a little bit harder or you know whatever food. Science magic goes into caramelized something. I am not an expert on that front but yeah it's got that golden magic in my opinion. Yeah i thought it was very good Sarah my wife liked it. a lot. She actually she really wanted a bowl of cap'n crunch a couple of days back. So i sat with two bowls and picked out a bowl of regular captain crunch for her. Which meant i got to enjoy. Both these knockoff. Coca poboy boy which is You know i'm not. Complaining is good but Yeah i i think this is a this is also a fantastic Jamir fist in the box Grab a handful. I mean slam dunk. You're getting a lot of different texture. That chocolate flavor is great compliment to the to the cabinet crunch just like a big dry handful absolute winner. Yeah it's worth the sticky poems i would say. Yeah what did you think of the chair as though you know i. They didn't bother me that much. I do feel like we're getting to a point with euros where it does mean something and like especially with the food like this or there's a cultural history to it The way that that that term has just sort of been adopted for like anything vaguely like cylindrical and star-shaped in extrusion like i think is is starting to lose of its meaning. I thought it was okay. I really. But i'm i'm with you in what you said in their view. I'm tired of the bags bags are not. i mean. This isn't a great shape for syria off. So that about some distance chosen. And i would say this if this was a serial you you pour into a ball but i also i really don't like the bags it feels so wasteful and silly and i don't know i'm a big i'm a big Do not like those. You can get more out of a single sort of bear pod handful of cereal. Then you cannot have a single pouch here Yeah and these ones especially like you were saying. There's no cinnamon to it. So i don't really l. why they're calling them cheerios. If there's nothing to that effect there if they're going to keep using this shape which is very hard to eat in the first place because it stabs you in the roof of the mouth a lot. I think we need to give it a better name like Chocolate pool noodles. perhaps chuckled. Me would be a great name for cereal. Cocoa puffs oatmeal dan. We don't talk a lot about oatmeal on this show. I'm not going to say it's taboo but it's it doesn't come up a lot. How did this unfair. So i think it's pretty good actually. So general mills is putting out four different cereal flavored oatmeal. 's which is interesting because oatmeal is also syria so cold cereal flavored hot cereals and those are tricks oatmeal. Lucky charms oatmeal cinnamon toast crunch oatmeal as well as cocoa puffs oatmeal. Which is the only one. I've been able to try thus far but it was also the one. I'm most interested in just because you know chocolate. Everything appeals to me and These meals are very interesting that they each take a two pack approach. So you've got your oatmeal in one packet you make it like you would any oatmeal and then you add the crunchy topping on top of it and in the case of cocoa puffs The crunchy topping didn't really add very much. They looked like carville crunchies but they didn't have any of their Intoxicating fudgy kookiness. So they're more just like I don't know they're just like these little shreds of crisp cereal almost. But it's the actual meal itself. That i think does well here because it doesn't actually taste that much cocoa puff cereal which is okay to me because cocoa puffs are kind of one of the more boring chocolate cereals just very corny in their corn. Puffiness so. I'm glad that this oatmeal tastes a lot more. Just like a bowl of edible hot chocolate or hot cocoa it's got that and really cozy comfy feeling and. I almost feel like these were missed. Time does a release in the summertime. Because i want to save a pouch of this eat beside the fire. Come winter. I think that bodes well for sort of the other oatmeal this line as well. I know lucky. Charms and cinnamon toast. Crunch meals had been released in canada. Previously and i tried them. They were very good. So i i wouldn't necessarily be opposed to more Cold cereal flavored hot cereals in the future and more hot cereal flavored cold cereals. Because that would just be code for oat flour Come on at farmer. Come back while waiting on your new free pop tarts. Is this the mango and some of the other ones. I i got all of them but the mango so far okay so this would be peach. Cobbler pop tarts banana cream pie pop tarts as well as lemon cream pie pop tarts. So he's more like pie. Pop tarts actual free pop tarts got. I feel like each of these are very straightforward in terms of whether i'd recommend them or not just because when you hear the name of these niche flavors it's probably already going to tell you whether you like them or not like if you're a fan of peach flavored things banana flavored things or lemon flavored. Things nothing i say will probably be a better barometer than your own personal preferences That said I think these were also pretty hit or miss. The peach cobbler pop tarts especially came across as way to like cobbling. You over the head with fake penis feels like it tastes a lot like those peach. Gummy rings and i feel that doesn't really gel as well with having this flaky crust around it. I think the same goes for the lemon cream pie in that. It didn't take its inspiration quite far enough on the literal fruit level. And you end up getting this unfortunate. Lemon pledging innis with less of the sweet juicy. Nece that i really enjoyed out of pink lemonade. Pop tarts which i believe were recently discontinued yet again to make room for lemon cream pie. Pop tarts on shelves The only one of these three that. I think might be worth the tries. The banana cream pie. Because it's almost got this weird continuum of chew going to where the flavor almost morphs the more you. You sorta saver in your mouth so when you first tasted it really hits you with that artificial candied laffy taffy banana but the more i sort of pondered it and You know let my taste buds. Do the talking the more. I got this overripe banana bread. You know sort of brown banana out of it. And i think that's you know it's really really niche in its appeal because people who love banana flavored things are already probably a minority So unless you. Are you know going bananas for banana. Flavored things this one is especially tough to justify because it's the only flavor that's exclusive to walmart sixteen count boxes and if we learned anything from the mystery pop tarts fiasco buying into over a dozen pop tarts in. This economy is Really hard to recommend yeah Let's see what else we got here. oh i a few that i a couple that i had From general mills Space jam and josiah see wa- cereals so Taking these in order space jam is a purple berry type deal with purple spheres. And we've got some orange basketball are bits and some white Bugs markets and. It is a picture of lebron james and are the things that i needed to tell you about space jam. A new legacy. The serial it. I mean dan. I don't know what to tell you. But i mean it is. It is absolutely remarkable in every single. Way i don't know why they made it. it is just the the i. It's not even notable member how sesame street was notable for the lack of berry flavor. this is not even that it is just sort of this tastes. Exactly how i thought it would Ferry a little better though dude. You're cereal which if you don't know juicy wa. She is a singer who i think originated from like the dance moms franchise but as martin like nickelodeon superstar As from my kids are obsessed with her. I think she's pretty cool. She has some good music. She sounds Unlike any other human being on the face of the earth I like jesse wa. And she's got a cereal called a strawberry bop. Which is.
"three w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl
"Whenever there are storms clouding the sky. Sometimes it can be overwhelming into feel like one is by clouds. But it's important to remember that if you were to fly upwards through the darkness through the clouds and lightning storms the top you would find a sunny shiny smiling sun with two giant scoops of raisins because that kind of is what the sun looks like. Hello and welcome to the empty bowl. A meditative podcast about serial. My name is justin mcelroy. And i am a serial enthusiast and my name is dan gilbert and i am whatever the opposite of a serial plumber would be because i love me a good news leak. And that it is a great way of describing. What's been happening in the serial world. We're gonna get to all that we've got news. We've got reviews. We've got beloved serial character Cereals and So much more A lot of great stuff so what is required of you. Well friend. it's easy you sit or stand or walk. Whatever you're doing your physical form is irrelevant but we would ask that you the next half just kind of try to think about serial Maybe you're going to sleep in which case we bitch you could night. We hope you're going to have a pleasant dream. We'll try to keep things quiet for you. i know that i. I love using podcasts ago. Sleep so it's an honor the you would welcome as in your endear Ear holes like that. We'll try to keep it on ice and call for you slip off to to dreamland But first we are going to get into some cereal news. These these healthy bars. Damn they just don't know Were the limits. Are they keyboarding to encroach. Yeah i guess after so. Many cereals have been given cereal bars. The bars are kind of bouncing back. Because recently we've seen a lot of bars turned into cereals. There's been kind bar cereal. There's been lara bar. Cereal and now entering the fray is cliff bar cereals. You like cliff bars at all you know. I think there's a time in place for cliff bars Especially if it's on a lot of chocolate peanut butter. I get down that sometimes. It's a nice nice filling sack whenever i used to cover trade shows When my video game days acer rely a lot on cliff parts to keep me on. Yeah i like how. They're these big sticky amalgam honks of assorted matter. They got a nice mouth feel to them. They were one of the first on the scene in terms of this generation of snack bars or protein bars. Or we're gonna call him and it's interesting that they're Among the last to beginning the serial treatment. Well i mean. It doesn't really seem like something to me. The cliff crowd wouldn't necessarily be into because it's kinda hard to sneak a bowl of cereal and milk onto an open rock face. But the who am i to complain when there are four flavors of cliff bar cereals hitting stores soon. This line is debuting in chocolate and peanut butter blueberry and almond butter apple cinnamon and peanut butter as well. As honey and peanut butter each of these serials will include coated flakes and oat clusters with a different nut butter as well as sweet extras Depending on which flavor you buy like the apple cinnamon peanut butter. Of course has apple pieces while the blueberry and almond butter has blueberries as well. i am a little bit sad. They didn't choose some of the more iconic cliff bar. Flavors i love me a good white chocolate macadamia nut or oatmeal raisin walnut. Sure but as it seems to go with. These bars turned cereals. I kind of have doubts. That they'll ever expand beyond this line Just because for one four different flavors seems like a lot introduce a serial line and at the same time much like kind and lara bar cereals pricing these pretty highest while at seven dollars box. I think this'll be the case. Where unless cliff is kind enough to send us samples. I'll probably just be picking one. That sounds the best out of all of them to try. So we'll see how that goes It's always exciting to see a new face and the breakfast. I'll yeah Speaking while no sooner. Are we talking about the cereal encouragement in bars. Then golden gram steps up to the plate with a bar of their own On the flip side we have this new cereal bar hitting shelves. It is the third entry. In general mills is series of soft baked cereal bars and this follows both lucky. Charms and cinnamon toast crunch soft baked bars. And it is golden grams. Soft baked s'mores bars. I say look good. I mean it's probably enhanced size wise because these bars always kind disappoint with the portions but Looks good with concha. Blondie yeah these things. Chocolates have historically been very delicious just because they really toe the line between a cereal bar which is typically like. Just you know a rectangle of actual cereal pieces gob together with some sort of sweet a goo- but these are more like A rookie yeah. You're right like a brownie or cookie. Very crumbly soft And borderline desert like so s'mores and graham flavored things in general If you've ever heard us talk about them on this show we are big fans. So i don't really see how you can go wrong with these golden grams. Soft baked smarts bars. The monster crossover event coming. This year is just expanding in scope You have to imagine that. The the film rights the I was about to say the scenario. But i guess that can't be far behind. Yeah so probably. The biggest cereal news story of the year. So far has been monster mash cereal. This was this is a celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the general mills monster cereals and it is sort of a reunion of all five of the monsters than being count chocula franken berry boo berry fruit brute yummy mummy. All in one box Very beautiful box as we have stated before featuring all of them in this sort of supergroup rock band and You know as usually the case with monster serial season known to some as autumn The cereal is not arriving alone but it will be flanked by an additional sweet accessory product as well so in past years we've gotten count chocula treats or franken berry and blueberry fruit roll ups but for twenty twenty one Continuing the theme of everybody is here with spooky berry. Monster mash fruit snacks. Which are spooky berry. Just feels like someone's son darts at a law. The just grabbing an adjective from a book to describe the fact that this is really the most assorted mix of artificial and debatably..
"three w" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"I will tell you anybody who has changed by this tour this. That sounds fun tour. That all goes in your bucket. You built the whole thing. I just get to do it. So that all goes in your buckingham. That feels really good. Okay just anything. We didn't say anything that we didn't say about threes but may be an encouragement for threes. Scripture is so important. Because god has something for everybody and for threes it puts things in perspective Again threes wanted to motivate one into be outcome oriented. You know in. In deuteronomy moses lays out all the blessings that come from obeying god's commands So now it's like okay. Three what you want. The blessings obey the commands whereas the three would shortcut. You know to prioritize outcome You have in the focus on the commands obey the commands resting in in that. I think that's important. I think again prioritizing character over outcomes making sure that your is right because the three would could have the tendency to shortcut after to get results. Humility versus control. Oh you know like yeah do. Is it okay to lead versus is located. Just like have your sphere of what you can control and ultimately would that's going to be is how you interact with people so like prioritize people over over results I just think that scripture and faith are so important to a three because that's where everything can be framed up correctly so that you can be healthy is something says to me a lot but i think for threes. It's really good to remember. He'll he'll say almost weekly he'll say. Remember you're not a human doing your human being and that like is simple and kind of silly but also it really resonates with mandates. It's something i have to remind myself. And then also you know with our relationship with god. I think you've talked a lot about scripture. But i think with prayer praying especially praying out loud has always been hard for me because because of my words are so calculated and i'm a pastor's daughter. I grew up in the church. So i should have all the eloquence and you know whatever the language but i remember you know when he. I started like praying together as we got married and engage in all of that stuff. I remember he. You know that's a close to a person. That's an even deeper level of being closest to hear how i talked to god and i remember one time after like small group where we were in a group setting. I was like god is not judge. You based on the delivery of your prayer. You know like he sees your heart but like the people around me at smog. Do and they're hearing what i'm saying but i think just that is a hard thing for us as being so just being ourselves with god and not thinking that god measures us on this stick that measuring stick that everybody also feel like master measureless on yet just being able to slowly over time like trusting the lord like you trust a friend like taking off that that layer by layer and being silly with god and being you know like i i will now when i pray together before bed. We'll just say a short prayer before tried to light and it's like it's sometimes it's like and thank you for regan's love him up you know and it's like i. That's the silly part that i want to be more free in. Because that's a part of me and Taking off the veil with god and then with people who are really close in your life. That's so freeing. So i so i think we'll just start a three. Podcasts called three a city. Y'all just hosted the new podcast on the network. We've got yard john. Be the healthy version. i'll be i'm competent That what that. I that i'm growing and that i am healthy. I want to counseling for a whole year last year. And i a lot from it. S something. I didn't really go go into but that's something that taking off the veil and removing it a little bit to open up to someone who's a professional and then also opening up to friends but that's something that taught me a ton about myself and i don't regret it out awesome so because the show is called. That sounds fun. let's finish this. Tell me what sounds fun to you. I love to be on the lake. Like in the summer So lake season's coming up. And i would love to go out with friends on both. Take our dog and just be out and all. I know oregon's first summer. That's a hashtag guys. What about you justin for me. It's just like hanging out with my wife like when we met. We were inseparable in college. We hung out so much. We spend so much time.
"three w" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Yeah. It's so good like we. We're playing like apples in apples to apples and it was just it. Got out of control off competitive. We're all trying to win. We got all this energy where super enthusiastic super passionate about things and it is time. Yeah but yeah definitely gotta do something with all this energy that resonates a lot with me. Because i haven't thought about. As suzanne said the threes sevens and eights where the more aggressive types and do sleep so much better if i exercise because i've gotten it wasn't just picked up my body right. Yeah that's fascinating your personal training as we're sitting here justice okay so for those of us who are threes. Well no. it's actually for people who love. Three's for the people who love. Three's what do we do. what do you need. I think i want to be needed but not need be needed by other people but not have needs in my own so i don't know that sounds terrible. All if i were to say the moments that i felt the most free and to be myself. It's when it's honestly marriage has shown me a lot because even in my family sometimes i'm still performing but with eli. He's the only one that sees like my supercilious side. Like my i have a tendency to. I don't know. I never want my silliness to come across as i'm not smart. I'm not smart. And i have some like in my past from ex-boyfriend like certain situations where i it was implied that i wasn't smart and i know am so i think when i can be that silly and free with eli and i know that he still really values my opinion on things he thinks. I have a lot to bring to the table on a number of different topics. It really feels like so freeing to be fully myself. Don't care how i look or what i'm saying or but still beloved for that so yeah i think a great way to love a three to encourage them man if you can make a three feel confident enough to be themselves and also still get it in because you know at three. You gotta get ready. You know whatever we're doing we gotta get ready for it Whether that looks like physically getting ready and you know dressing the part or like mentally getting ready and like get in the zone and get ready to go if you can motivate a three to just be themselves. Hey you know you don't even have to get ready because whatever you do. I know it's going to be awesome. Listen if somebody told me that yeah like hey you know what. It doesn't matter what you do to get ready. Because i know whatever you do is going to be great. It's like oh we on little. You know i'm going to kick down door with both feet right because you set the bar really low definitely can exceed your expectations. I can do that for you. let's go right. It's the most thing. Because like i said again goes back to that. Three being able to be taken advantage of like three wants to do something for three wants to him. Three wants to to help. So if you create that environment and as someone who loves three if you if you're you know you're in a relationship with a three like you don't have to you. Don't have to parent them. You don't have to you know. Some people are motivated by the carrot and some people are motivated by the stick. Threes motivated by the carrot like. Show them the care. Like don't with the stick to try to get micromanaging as the isn't a win. Yeah so i think that like creating the space for the three to be in run like let them run three wants the run. They're going to try to run as fast as they can. So just give them a room to run Manages sounds like what y'all need. You're representing threes for us this year. really well by the way are doing a beautiful job If you're people will just let you be you if they'll just like that that's where you thrive the most year in. I think he's spoke to that. Three can change in any situation right like they're like the chameleon they adjust to whatever situation they get in so if you let a three be themselves in give them the opportunity to discern what you actually really want. They're gonna pick up on it and they'll do the thing that you're hoping that they do anyway. Yeah wow okay. Tell me what we didn't say about threes that you want people to know. Yeah i think just giving us the freedom to be ourselves Something that three struggle a lot with that. We haven't talked about a ton yet that who am i. What's my purpose like. We have a deep need to make some or i want to leave a lasting mark on the world. I want to be unique and special into brings something to the table that no one else does and you know the incredible that where he's like just mom when you say some that i'm special or the everybody's special. It's another way of saying nobody is. It's like you tell me. I'm unique and special. Well doesn't isn't everybody knows i. I really want to be unique and bring something to the table and have that like. I have a strong. Like deep core motivation to do something. Amazing is really like kind of seen in another doesn't mean that i'm the one on the platform or maybe it does. I don't know but just like something that makes that people remember me by to leave a lasting impact and that question kind of plagues me of like what is that. It makes it be this like alternate carrot. That i'm never achieving is like this big thing. It's like this abstract thing that i don't know do this hidden talent that i never knew of and i'm going to discover it when i'm forty you know it's it's like this desire. She's talking about forty like it's so far. No how did he did say better. Pammy say am..
"three w" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"They like movies. They're watching a movie if they like to read their reading if they like to Garden gardening a disconnect. It looks like a disconnect from off stuff it's like i'm gonna go Lay on the sofa with my remote. The problem is that while they're doing that. Things that are there is to do are not getting done and if they get up to get active they often do things that don't need to be done in the moment. Like nine stu. And i think the reality is that without going to nine threes. Don't stop there. Stress number is there is what helps them take care of theirself that keeps proven true every time every time they just don't stop without it and you have to stop all the great spiritual masters have been telling us to shut up and stop for centuries and we still don't have it. I think the problem for threes and sevens and eights the aggressive numbers. When they stop is that they are aware of some things that have happened around them that they didn't understand when they happened so they kind of kept walking. They just kept moving forward moving forward moving forward and sometimes stopping for those three numbers. Main gotta clean up some stuff. You got to circle back in sam. Sorry i was in such a hurry when i was with us trying to do this. But this isn't more important than you are. If you wake up on go then you have to learn to stop you. Don't just decide to kick back when afternoon without going to nine threes. Don't stop wow..
"three w" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
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"three w" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Gave me coffee and hot. We're talking about stuff. We're talking about here in next up everywhere. So doctor who torchwood the surgeon adventures. Big finish audios and more all kinds of books. I find news news weather podcasts. For southgate media group including. We'll hey the forementioned ghost with the twin peaks podcasts that i do or all things twin peaks david lynch and currently. We are about to talk. There are third and final episode of the really obscure nineteen ninety-two. Abc cup series on the air that features a lot of twin peaks actors was executive produced by mark. Frost and david lynch does. This has been a really trippy. Blast from the past for yours. Truly a lot of these episodes. I haven't watched for twenty five years or so. It's been a serious trap. And i'm really enjoying it really enjoyed talking about. I hope everybody else's well and drugs. Like zan says where he taught adult beverages. We talk adult conversation and we drink and watch movies and there our favorite movies and we want to share with you guys so we encourage you to watch them along with us and we have a ball doing that. We just recently discussed for double seventh episode. We discussed goldfinger from the sean connery. James bond era and then coming up by his request. We're going to be discussing forbidden planet where we go back to the nineteen fifties of sci-fi classic that features leslie nielsen decades before the naked gun films and or airplane and this is something that i have not seen in its entirety so that is educating me a little bit in this regard. You're really gonna love it charles. It's a great film. It not just a classic. I mean it really stands up is good film. You're going to have a good time. And then after that i'm gonna turn the tables on her and we're discussing movies. She hasn't seen so we'll see how that goes right. But i'm not going to rehearse the polarity of jerk. I'm going to reverse the player to the drug cinema new. Yes exactly how it works. And then lastly but certainly not least the fan of zone podcasts. They do a dj. Nick whom you've heard here next up everywhere. Where right now. We're talking the cellular the winter soldier. We just did the second episode of that and this is so far. Been another great series from marvel cinematic universe where this time you know. What's more captain america centric. And i'm really enjoying this. Because as far as i'm concerned captain america is the best superhero film trilogy. That's out there. What are the things. We talked about during the zone. Podcast we try to compare contrast in as far as i'm concerned. Yeah all three kept. American movies were solid which you cannot say that about a lot of superhero movies in their various trilogies. How a lot of phone with that. We're going to keep talking that for about four episodes and then we'll see what we talk about next as we discussed more comical. Tv on the tatum's podcasts. And hopefully we'll get jesse jackson back on there. Because you know we miss you jesse. Thank you charles. i appreciate it. We'll be too long before you grace our presence once again so everybody thank you so much for listening out there everyone here thank you so much for what i thought was a really fun. Discussion about the three doctors absolutely. I hope everyone as much as i did. Because i had a ball with with all three of you. Yeah i just want to say thanks to holly in zan we always love having you guys on the podcast..
"three w" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Of all the people of all the other time lords and your their society that they need the doctor to stop boga so they have to kind of like okay. We're going to help the doctor and they see that the third doctor needs help so they so they got did it. We have to like or rasa david in this case. We're bringing in another doctor to help the third doctor so cheese. You like rap but we need exactly. Yeah it's like you. We totally totally Killed whether you you're incarnations exiled you but if you could do a solid help us with this omega problem thing we'd be really appreciative. Okay well looks like you need some help. So here's another doctor. It looks like oh you two aren't really getting along with one another. So here's an here's an attempt at another doctor only go sideways. In the first doctor it gets trapped in that time eddie it can only advise them but ultimately they decide well. Hey we'll just use the last of our power to to project you into the antimatter universe. So you can advise the one last time so yeah. They had to kind of eat some crow. Here's e. They dismissed the doctor. They've hated the doctor for being renegade that that abandoned their society and it's stolen tartus ran away and here they have you know they have to rely on him and that that sure that really eats at them as a result great stuff. It makes for a fun episode. I really like see the time of their black and white uniforms in this story. Yeah the they don't get the funny hats with a big ass collars Till till the. Tom baker erazo. You know i kind of like. This is very sleek in stark black and white. It's very interesting. The these uniforms aided right. Yeah that's so that's so ostentatious as Later years in that regard. Yeah when he calls when he says they're a damn man a clown who do just wait. Wait you where do you see the robes. You're going to be wearing later on right paraphrase. Colin baker is just waiting in the wings. Going way to get a load of me. You've seen nothing yet. Heck yet know. Exactly exactly or quote eric roberts master in the tv movie. I always dress for the occasion..
"three w" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"I mean how are we gonna talk about. This was really really neat Every time i see joe. I think of her appearances on the sarah jane adventures and so i see the doctor. Yeah that it was. I see the You know. I wonder if thing what did they want. A companion at this time And you know you guys talked about just to hand test tubes until the doctor is buried So it was cool to see her. And sarah jane doing more than that and showing that she did have this experience that we could do I it just it. It there is no there is no excess characters in the story there was no i think. Excess story lines You know it's four chapters but it's it moved quickly and everyone had i think of fairly significant role in it so just a really good model so it was great to see the three companions. I i understand why technically you know. The the who've and fan boys are gonna they're not companions but i know exactly what you're saying charles. They are integral but yes eight year. Old exactly a great. Yeah yeah i would i. There's a couple of joe moments that really liked. I liked Joe when they're kind of in the cell together you know on on on the you know the planet oba and the doctors are like you know talking about the you know the over guys will and whatnot and joe is the only one who brings up. Well hey you know your time lord like omega in fact you're like you know both of you are the same time lord surely you're will as i is powerful enough as his right and at least powerful enough to get you know a door and get out of here and so i i kinda like the fact that joe was feature more as the out of the box thinker that thinking of things that even doctors and even even the doctors didn't think of the doctors two doctors kind of look at each other like. Hey you're right when we do that and You know they they her Suggestion in rain with it and it worked so so i liked that i liked that it also like the fact that at the end of the story when the third doctors kind of like a little depressed over. You know essentially sending omega to to be killed you know to to his demise and joke picks up on the doctor's remorse a little bit and you know she's like well you don't you you don't have to feel guilty..
"three w" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Yeah are you sure. Are you sure that you and here are the same intelligence. I'm just like i mean 'cause the war doctor events this like their me yoga's throwing some shade on the second doctor so right anything else about these doctors that you really enjoy talking or enjoyed watching just trying to finally putting aside whatever differences ahead with each other to work together. It was good. Yeah it's always fun to watch right all right. Then how about you like. I said before. I really like how seeing all three of them put together really shows you that. The doctor is kind of egotistical megalomaniac with a superiority complex. And i know i say i know that sounds bad when i say. But you're not really you know putting a good light on him. I'm just saying. I mean in the nicest possible most veering way that i can't use a lovely. He's a lovely man but he really does. He's video which we we know. Because we know what's gonna happen. I mean we know how he he gets in trouble for his ways and thinking that he can he's above every he's a laws so we know that he's he's a little bit into himself so i really liked that and i loved how bringing on three of the doctors together shows you how subtle the differences can be in the performers but how different the doctor can be and how unique each actor can make the doctor and i really love that. Because that's something about doctor who that is very necessary for the audience to get on board with for the show to be successful the idea of regeneration in it. Not just not only regenerates you physically but it regenerates a personality a little bit. You still have your core person and you still have most of your memories scrambled in your regeneration process but every regeneration brings a new thing to the personality and it makes them more individuals makes them definitely more individuals even though they are the an individual version of being right and having the three doctors together really shows you back about how their time they can be similar times. They can be very different. And then you have things where we do. Get at gerry aunt in this. And so you're like yes louis c. You you were. You're reminded of each actors idiosyncrasies with the character and as sad as it is.
"three w" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"It's a very low bar to over. Overtake or at least at least superman lex luther in. Let's just put it that way. Yes te yes it does have that lori web plays arthur alice mr olis' and climate polit. I wanted to mention because he plays the chancellor. What are the head time. Lords that are introducing the story but he actually appeared as a time lord in the war games presuming. It's the exact same time. Lord what they wanted. The three time lords that was responsible for war forcing the second doctor to generate into third doctor. Jon pertwee in that story and now here he is in charge of the whole deal trivia so the script was originally supposed to feature all three doctors equally. But of course william hartnell was too ill to be able to play the full role as envisioned in sadly hurdle died two years later after the story. Nine hundred seventy five at the age of sixty seven so it's kind of disturbing that we've heard note died sixteen years after my current age. So her for that right little another reminder of mortality that seems to be permeating the conversation today. I guess at least before we started the production team plan for frazier hines to reprise the role of jamie mckernan alongside the second doctor and interestingly also have a romance with joe however frazer hines was not available due to his work on the soap opera at the time dale firm and much of the role that it was originally intended for javy was reassigned to sergeant benton. So i'm sure. Jeff levine was happy that he got a few extra lines in this story. Exactly i was. I was thinking the same thing rank. Okay well you know at least for one pleasant see i got more scenes. I got right lines out of it. Yeah so it's next band available. In this case it was sergeant benton right to try to the idea of jamie appearing though the production team even tried to write a cameo for him in the last scene calling the second doctor back to his own time line but even that was scrapped because of frazer hines entail commitments. At least try to get him but it'll work out sadly then turns up really quick cameo later on in the five doctors so little disappointing but at least it got to be in the two doctors with Patrick troughton in baker. Aero interestingly enough. Also wendy padbury is character zoe harriet. you know jamie's fellow companion for the second doctor was also considered a return..