24 Burst results for "Uriel"

Fake Nazis Protest Outside of Turning Point USA Event

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Fake Nazis Protest Outside of Turning Point USA Event

"Including the alleged pro desantis pro Trump Nazi protesters in the front of the convention center. I walked right by them, the security immediately said, can you please keep moving? Please, and they were Charlie's got a great security operation. It's tragic that he has to, but that's the state of affairs in America right now, conservatives have to be careful and safe. Nonetheless, there were like 9 or ten people with masks on to obscure their identity, pretending to be Nazis. In front of the turning point convention at the Tampa convention center. And a lot of the young people at the convention said they were feds. It's a false flag from either the FBI or a federal agency. I am so intrigued by this. Because it makes you wonder, you know, who were they? Obviously the intent is to make people think that Nazis like are like Republicans. You know, that Ron DeSantis is a Nazi. So let's have people stand there with a bullhorn and say how great Ron DeSantis is while waving a Nazi flag. And I've got some video. I think I took some video for you, uriel. Because those aren't, I don't think those are those aren't the Nazi protesters. They were literally waving swastika flags. And they were, I mean, it was fake. It was totally staged.

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"uriel" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"uriel" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Gabriel. oh wait. Oh i see so this one is feast of saints. Michael gabriel uriel and raphael also michelangelo donatello and the one that i forgot wait raphael. Michelangelo don't alot and leonardo there we go. It is also known as feast of the archangels. Oh it's also goose day wait what good way but gets goo goo might what it's also national poisoned blackberries day. These are literally alternate names for michael moss and then the last one is national poisoned the blackberry day. I am so confused more holidays by the way. I'm on the fun holiday page for some reason i. It is national. Attend your grandchild's birthday day. Wait a minute so you can only go to your grandchild's birthday if it lands on today. September twenty-ninth otherwise. You can't go. It is national biscardi day. It's national coffee day Ooh also mocha day. That's my khanna. Coffee coffee with a whole bunch of chocolate. It's national women's health and fitness day. It is. i'll see. We had this yesterday to sim hot. Torre i'm guessing it started yesterday. Probably after sundown and then today's the first full day it is. Vfw day there is a fun. Adult movie called vfw world heart day. But it shows a picture of raspberries. Think i shall skip that one Let's go back to some real holidays quote unquote in argentina. it is inventors day in paraguay. It is victory of book at her own day any other regular holidays that we need to start start that i just read the word start An australia it is police. Remembrance day in russia is day of machine building industry workers and any other fun holidays for today. The only other one is national starbucks day. Probably because it's also national coffee day so they're trying to take the steal the thunder from coffee in general. I'm just going to get myself a mocha. I'm going to do that all right. I think that is everything for today. We have finished page two hundred forty three except for one word which i'm to read in tomorrow's episode. Oh goes on for a while on to the next page and that's it. Thank you very much for listening. And until next time this suspension dispensing information good bye..

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"uriel" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"uriel" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"Out at the halloween party. Dean introduces himself as fbi. Agent seager as possible. Not to bob seger bob. Seger isn't accomplished songwriter. In rock legend inducted into the royal hall of fame in two thousand and four. The drawing of sam hain that sam shows dean are actually gustaf stories illustrations of dante's inferno from the divine comedy and have nothing to do with sam payne. Did you pick up on that. Because know i totally did not read overhead. Lead did not. There's two schools of thought which year you talked about on sam heinous how it's pronounced sam. Hayden is not pronounced. Sam hain rather it is pronounced salman in the gaelic word enlisted gaelic pronunciation for the holiday but it said that sam hate is pronounced correctly in this episode because it not to sam hain from episode of the real ghostbusters episode. Halloween was forever in which the ghost of halloween is summoned during a ritual in the creatures of the night. Follow him around like the pied piper. Sam says in this episode the inspiration for the real ghostbusters. Sam hain came from god. Slash demon of halloween it. Ray bradbury's book the halloween tree Such a good movie if you haven't watched it and its narrative by ray bradbury. There's an animated movie called the halloween tree. Which is off of ray bradbury story and ray bradbury narrates it. And i'm leonard. Nimoy is one of the voices of the charissa characters. carol. I watch it every halloween. Very cool very busy halloween. I usually start early. So i can get it all gotta get it all in. Yeah because obviously you have to walk neighbor for christmas and halloween hocus. Pocus hocus pocus definitely. It's a little tough to get eight halloween movies in yup casper kastner's another one uriel status in christian. Jewish traditions is circumspect up until the council of rome in seven hundred and forty five. He was accepted by the catholic church. However during the council of rome in other angels were struck with only three remaining. Michael gabriel in rafael. The others were struck in an effort to curb in djelic worship. Uriel is not mentioned in any western acceptable rather. He appears in the apocryphal books. Not accepted at any western christian church despite this he was venerated in the anglican church as well as in the eastern orthodox in orthodox communities dean asks castio in yorio if they are hammers of god this may both be a nod to the assumption that arc angels aka. God's army represented as something casio or casio is the shield of god in yorio as the light of god but also a reference to the well-known line from immigrant. Song off of the led zeppelin. Start album well. I would introducing themselves to pottery teacher. The brothers introduce themselves as agent getty at agent lee. Getting lee is canadian musician and songwriter. Best known as the lead vocalist and keyboardist in the canadian group. Rush of the future episodes spoiler robak plays mrs wallace in this episode. She's the wife of the guy who died from eating the razor blade candy. This is the first supernatural episodes. She is in. She returns again. Briefly as crowley's vessel at the start of season eleven allen crowley possesses marnie a nice submarine wife Enjoys her her birthday celebrations in. This person put yellow before you back in touch with his minions we okay once get crowley we know crowley lice do crowley things and just have fun.

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1-year-old from Renton killed, parents recovering in Seattle's Harborview Medical Center

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

1-year-old from Renton killed, parents recovering in Seattle's Harborview Medical Center

"Renton is dead after his family was trapped by the flames of a fire burning in eastern Washington. Almost Brian Calvert reports Jake and Jamie Highland. We're visiting their property in Okanagan over the weekend, when they became surrounded by the flames of the Cold Springs fire. We have a huge fire that needs to be taken care. Okanagan County Sheriff Tony Holly says. The couple grabbed their young son and tried to run away from the growing wildfire. They were spotted early yesterday by a call Bill tribal boat on the banks of the Columbia River. Their young son, Uriel was already gone. Mom and dad were covered in third degree burns. They have some severe injuries on we're very hopeful and pray that they are Abel hold through the injuries of a sustained the Renton couple was transported to Harbor View Medical Center in Seattle. Brian

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NIH Chief Gives Update On The Coronavirus In The U.S.

All Things Considered

11:15 min | 2 years ago

NIH Chief Gives Update On The Coronavirus In The U.S.

"Day, another record set across the United States 59,000 new Corona virus cases recorded yesterday, breaking the record again for a single day high for new infections, and that number capture surges in states from Texas to California, Florida to West Virginia. So where are we in the ark of the pandemic? Is there any glimmer of hope going to and how to square disconnects in the guidance coming from our political leaders and our most senior scientists? Questions we're going to put to one of our country's most senior scientists were going to spend this whole segment of the program questioning Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr Collins, Welcome back Good to speak with you again. Nice to be on your program. Mary Louise, So 59,000 new cases in one day. If I had told you back in March there February that that's where we would be as a nation in July, Would you have believed me? I would certainly have hoped not. We knew back in March and April that we had hit a terrible peak of infections, and we worked really hard across the nation to try to figure out How to flatten that curve and to bring that down, and we never really got it down. And now it's certainly headed up again in a way that is really quite alarming. I mean, hindsight always is 2020. But if there were one thing you wish we could go back and redo what would it be? You know, I think we learned what we needed to do in terms of social distancing in terms of wearing masks in terms of being very careful about public gatherings, especially indoors. But those were applied in a somewhat spotty fashion. People basically got tired of it, but the virus didn't get tired of spreading. And I'm afraid as things over the course of the last couple of months opened up. They weren't always following the CDC guidelines in the way that we would have hoped, and now we're starting to reap the consequences. And I particularly concerned that younger people feeling that maybe they're not so much a risk have felt much less likely to adhere to those guidelines. And have therefore been getting infected in larger numbers and then spreading it on to their neighbors, their families and particularly vulnerable people who we now are quite worried about to to where things might go next, Dr Anthony found. She warned last week that we could be on track to see 100,000 new cases a day. I interviewed him right after that, and he told me he dropped that number to jolt people to try to get our attention what she did. But have you seen anything in the weeks since he said it That suggests we are not heading for that outcome. Well, Dr Fauci is my colleague and I both worked at the National Institutes of Health. I'm actually his boss, although he is, of course, the most highly regarded public health spokesperson about this Outbreak. So when he speaks, people listen and well, they should. If you look at the shape of that curve and just do your extrapolation like you would in math class, you would say, having now hit just about 60,000 that there's no sign that that's topping out. And so his prediction I fear might in fact, turn out to be true, But we have things we condone about that. And that's where I'm hoping, Despite the anxiety that now spreads across the land again that we should not feel powerless that we are in a circumstance where we could try once again to flatten that curve by taking all of those recommendations about masks about social distancing about avoiding Being close together, especially indoors and see if we can do something to prevent this from going even further, obviously particularly important in places where we can see the community spread has gotten really quite out of control. Like Arizona. Ah, like California like Texas like Florida. But other places should not feel immune. The time to make those actions most effective is before you have a really widespread community problems. So I look in your own community see what's happening. If there's a hint that things were starting up again, everybody should take action. And so should the government leaders that have a chance to do something at that. Woo that to your earlier point, though, which is the guidance was out there in the spring and Individuals weren't paying attention. We got tired of it and elected officials were reopening anyway, Do you What gives you confidence that the advice that the best guidance from the CDC and another on other agencies will be heated now? Well, I guess I'm an eternal optimist. And so I will say when people are faced with reality, and you can't look at the current circumstance and not admit we've got a real problem. That perhaps this hope for sort of outcome that okay, it's summertime. And maybe this won't be such a problem. We've gotten past that. That's no longer the case. Anybody who's trying to Pretend we can just fake our way through this. We're not succeeding at that. So it's time to wake up. Look at those recommendations get serious again recognize that it's up to all of us, and we're Americans, and ultimately, we usually do the right thing. This is the right time to do that. Speaking of recommendations, I do want to ask you about schools and the debate raging over whether to reopen them. President Trump and other administrations have been downplaying the recommendations of their own health. Experts who will have seen the president tweeting that safety measures recommended by the CDC. Things like you just nodded to, like wearing masks and spacing. Student desks apart, he says. These air expensive they're impractical. Do you stand behind the CDC recommendations? I think CDC is our nation's expert group in public health, and we should take their recommendations as the recommendation we should follow. I mean, it is. It is complicated. Let's be clear if you're talking about students going back to school in Casper, Wyoming, where there are very few of any cases. That's a very different story than if you're talking about students going back to school in Houston, which is in the middle of a very serious outbreak, so blanket recommendations, saying everybody should do the same thing fly in the face of the reality of where we are with this outbreak, But CDC has recommendations to try to adjust to that. I think most of the school experts are looking at those Also worth looking at the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Here is a very distinguished group. That is worried as I am, as we all should be about the consequences of kids not being in school. That's a serious issue. Kids are basically being harmed by the absence of social interactions, losing up all kinds of time in terms of their learning curves. We do want kids back in school where those good things can happen, but everything in life is a benefit and a risk. And the risks are going to depend a lot on where you are at this point and how much that virus is spreading around, and that just has to be factored into the decisions. Ultimately, it's gonna have to be the local authorities that make That kind of judgment. I hear you're choosing your words carefully on. I do want to ask you since since we already brought up Dr Fauci. You and he streamed an online conversation earlier this week, which I watched. It was informative. Thank you for that. It also got some buzz because a lot of journalists have been complaining that they cannot get an interview with Dr Fauci. Here's a taste of that We have not been able to get our requests for Dr Fauci approved by the Trump administration. In the last three months, high profile figures from the task force, including Dr Fauci have been unable to secure White House permission to appear on American TV networks. I just want to let you respond to that, because, as you noted, your Dr Fauci is boss to your knowledge is here. Anybody else who's message on public health conflicts with the administration's message? Are they being prevented from talking freely? I think every administration has always had an interest in making sure that people who work for the government if they're going to make a presentation to the public, that there is some consultation about that. I do that as well. When I'm going to have this Kind of a conversation like we're having right now, but I have not been canceled feelings that you can't speak to a TV network. I need to run. That invitation passed to be sure that the administration is aware of it and that they don't have any particular issues with the request. That's been the case for every administration since I've been in the government, which is 27 years. Return you to vaccines in a couple of minutes we have left this week, The government announced $1.6 billion contract to a company to manufacture a Corona virus vaccine. This company. Novavax, though, does not have a product that has been proven. Toe work, which made me think that feels like an awfully big bet to place on something unproven. Why is that the right path if you think that is the right path. Oh, I think it is the right path. Mary Louise. I think What we're trying to do here is to have a lot of potential shots on goals. This vaccine is going to be our best hope to get past this terribly difficult year of 2020 And the more that we have multiple different scientific strategies, the more likely we are that at least one and maybe several of them will work. The Novak strategy is basically to make a protein sub unit. It's different than what's happening with the other vaccines that are about to get started in the next month or two with their phase three trials. And so it is hedging their bets. It's trying as you would, I think, want to when something is a really serious issue, and you want to be sure you succeed. Make sure you've tried several things that you have a menu of opportunities that's going to cover all of the scientific basis, and Novavax brings another one. To the table, so we're glad to have them in the team. If I hear you right? It sounds like it's it's possible. This might be money thrown down the drain. But at this point we don't have something proven, and we have to work towards something. So we're goingto as you said, had hedge your bets. That's exactly right on. I think that's probably what the public would want us to do At a time like this, where I mean, if it wasn't such a rush, we might try one vaccine. And then six months later go Oh, that one wasn't quite what we wanted and then try another one. And it could be five years or more before we actually had the answer. We don't have time for that. Think the public doesn't expect us to be doing the slow boat here, so the idea is to have several of these to invest in them expect that some of those monies are actually not going to pay off. But one of them will maybe more than one will. Ultimately, I think that's what the public is expecting. And what we're trying to deliver. Speaking of operation Slow boat and not wanting to go there. We just have 30 seconds or so left. But how do you reassure people that With the speed that this operation is being developed. The whole thing is called Operation Warp speed to try to get a vaccine that it will also be safe. Well, I want to assure everybody about that The speed is being done by basically doing in parallel things that otherwise would have been done in a Siri's of steps, but every step is being carried out with rigor and intensity. Before we have to go. Let me just say anybody who's interested by the way and signing up for a vaccine trial because they're about to get under a going to give you a Uriel Carell correctness prevention network dot org's okay. Francis Collins Francis Collins, head of the National Institutes of Health, many things

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"uriel" Discussed on AP News

AP News

18:04 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on AP News

"Thousands of protesters streamed into the nation's capital and other major cities Saturday in another huge mobilization against police brutality and racial inequality the the steamy summer heat nor corona virus fears could keep thousands of protesters from gathering across the DC metro area intent on marching toward the White House military vehicles and officers and fatigue said closed off much of downtown Washington to traffic ahead of the planned for March Uriel Bowser was cheered as she walked to the portion of sixteenth street near the White House the CCI 3 names black lives matter plots these types of gatherings remind us about us being human and about the need for all of us as one human race hundreds to gather to solve the problems of our community Reverend Adrian Nelson of little mix A. M. E. Zion church tells WJLA that was what was lost in Minneapolis was the manatee of George Benson miss Washington

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"uriel" Discussed on AP News

AP News

18:04 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on AP News

"Thousands of protesters streamed into the nation's capital and other major cities Saturday in another huge mobilization against police brutality and racial inequality the the steamy summer heat nor corona virus fears could keep thousands of protesters from gathering across the DC metro area intent on marching toward the White House military vehicles and officers and fatigue said closed off much of downtown Washington to traffic ahead of the planned for March Uriel Bowser was cheered as she walked to the portion of sixteenth street near the White House the CCI 3 names black lives matter plots these types of gatherings remind us about us being human and about the need for all of us as one human race hundreds to gather to solve the problems of our community Reverend Adrian Nelson of little mix A. M. E. Zion church tells WJLA that was what was lost in Minneapolis was the manatee of George Benson miss Washington

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"uriel" Discussed on AP News

AP News

18:04 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on AP News

"Thousands of protesters streamed into the nation's capital and other major cities Saturday in another huge mobilization against police brutality and racial inequality the the steamy summer heat nor corona virus fears could keep thousands of protesters from gathering across the DC metro area intent on marching toward the White House military vehicles and officers and fatigue said closed off much of downtown Washington to traffic ahead of the planned for March Uriel Bowser was cheered as she walked to the portion of sixteenth street near the White House the CCI 3 names black lives matter plots these types of gatherings remind us about us being human and about the need for all of us as one human race hundreds to gather to solve the problems of our community Reverend Adrian Nelson of little mix A. M. E. Zion church tells WJLA that was what was lost in Minneapolis was the manatee of George Benson miss Washington

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Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

"Thousands of protesters streamed into the nation's capital and other major cities Saturday in another huge mobilization against police brutality and racial inequality the the steamy summer heat nor corona virus fears could keep thousands of protesters from gathering across the DC metro area intent on marching toward the White House military vehicles and officers and fatigue said closed off much of downtown Washington to traffic ahead of the planned for March Uriel Bowser was cheered as she walked to the portion of sixteenth street near the White House the CCI three names black lives matter plots these types of gatherings remind us about us being human and about the need for all of us as one human race hundreds to gather to solve the problems of our community Reverend Adrian Nelson of little mix A. M. E. Zion church tells WJLA that was what was lost in Minneapolis was the manatee of George Benson miss Washington

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Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

"Thousands of protesters streamed into the nation's capital and other major cities Saturday in another huge mobilization against police brutality and racial inequality the the steamy summer heat nor corona virus fears could keep thousands of protesters from gathering across the DC metro area intent on marching toward the White House military vehicles and officers and fatigue said closed off much of downtown Washington to traffic ahead of the planned for March Uriel Bowser was cheered as she walked to the portion of sixteenth street near the White House the CCI three names black lives matter plots these types of gatherings remind us about us being human and about the need for all of us as one human race hundreds to gather to solve the problems of our community Reverend Adrian Nelson of little mix A. M. E. Zion church tells WJLA that was what was lost in Minneapolis was the manatee of George Benson miss Washington

Washington Uriel Bowser White House Adrian Nelson A. M. E. Zion Church Wjla Minneapolis CCI George Benson
Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Protesters pour into cities for another huge mobilization

"Thousands of protesters streamed into the nation's capital and other major cities Saturday in another huge mobilization against police brutality and racial inequality the the steamy summer heat nor corona virus fears could keep thousands of protesters from gathering across the DC metro area intent on marching toward the White House military vehicles and officers and fatigue said closed off much of downtown Washington to traffic ahead of the planned for March Uriel Bowser was cheered as she walked to the portion of sixteenth street near the White House the CCI three names black lives matter plots these types of gatherings remind us about us being human and about the need for all of us as one human race hundreds to gather to solve the problems of our community Reverend Adrian Nelson of little mix A. M. E. Zion church tells WJLA that was what was lost in Minneapolis was the manatee of George Benson miss Washington

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"uriel" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"With me here in this last segment is one of my members slash teachers mentors for lifestyles unlimited and he's too perfect example the site's been Uriel myths so to speak growing up by the New York area he's a tourney for many many years working massive massive hours making good money but working massive hours being forced to spend time away from his lovely wife and family and his wife is educated massively educated family of multiple degrees at every level so they have done everything that Americans have been told to do and for some reason he runs and less of a limited realizes that it wasn't a life and I think it's interesting to leave because as attorneys I think some of you think you own businesses are they give you a call partnerships and you know you think you own a business but you can't really call that owning a business you really are just technicians your your work **** that produce tell us how you see that and tell us how you got yourself away from all that yeah well I was listening here last segment and in your all right most attorneys think they have a business what they really own is a job and there's only really two ways to do better as a professional to build user bill more hours are you increase your billable charge.

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"uriel" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on 790 KABC

"He's too perfect example the site's been Uriel myths so to speak growing up out in the New York area he's a tourney for many many years working massive massive hours making good money but working massive hours being forced to spend time away from his lovely wife and family and his wife is educated massively educated family of multiple degrees at every level so they have done everything that Americans have been told to do and for some reason he runs and less of a limited realizes that it wasn't a life and I think it's interesting to leave because as attorneys I think some of you think you own businesses are they give you a call partnerships and you know you think you own a business but you can't really call that owning a business you really are just technicians your your worker asks that produce tell us how you see that and tell us how you got yourself away from all that yeah well I was listening here last segment and in your your dad all right most attorneys think they have a business what they really owning is a job and there's only really two ways to do better as a professional to build new either bill more hours are you increase your billable charge but you run out of at some point so you bring somebody else in and you start building their hours out and then you've you've turned their life into the same thing that you wanted to get so that Daddy is in a nutshell my my grand dad was an entrepreneur he thought that entrepreneurship was the most one of the most noble thing you could do but he was a big believer in education too he knew that he and work hard so he he thought education on the way out but you know real estate is something that technicians they really can't crack it with trial and error and I had to get educated even though I was a real estate attorney I found lifestyle and I did exactly that people need education if they want to do that and you know I would say yes it now now now is the time an opportunity because opportunities will abound when we come out of this code crisis there will be they will be everywhere but you're really going to be ready for them or you're not so it's interesting on those attorneys at once they decide to hire those extra people right now they have to go from being a technician which they've trained their whole life to be you know this one really effective technician now they have to be a manager dire in fire and do a Catalonian management human resources and that just blows a technician's mind that's like so much stuff they don't want to deal with right hundred percent hundred percent so what you'll find is a lot of them kind of shrink back to you yes being a technician Jeff being a lawyer and you know I'm not taking any more business than they can themselves do but but again when you're not working you're not earning and so that's what that's what we do differently a lifestyle wanted to mention a couple things before before we get to the end of the second act we have a lot of national events coming up and yeah and I would be remiss if I didn't mention those tomorrow there is a free workshop and we do everything in a weapon our format right now but tomorrow there's a free workshop did explain what we do.

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"uriel" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The president of cutters edge cutters edge one of south Florida's premier landscaping companies and our special guest today is Marie corpsman as we will continue our conversation of ball growing one's own food but those are you a regular listeners to show note when we start off the second half of the show we like to answer some listener questions and if you have a question please send an email to William info add cutters edge pro dot com William one of the questions that came in recently this is from a gentleman by the name of posco all Dominguez and post Qualls says I really enjoyed the show with Uriel and that was your real you repay from a socio the big property management company of for those of you who may not have caught the shows that week he could not agree more about landscape and its value he tried to get the folks on his board to hear the show none of them were available at the time of the show aired is there another way to hear the show again so that possible can sell his board absolutely right now we've got several ways to hear the show now and and our producer Tom always definitely tells me to get this out is six.

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"uriel" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on KTRH

"Complacently in the darkness covered and blinded by a blanket of little lives false security has lulled the madness of this world into a slumber wake up and is upon you staring straight down and keenly through seeing all that you are and everything that you can never be yes and he is a and I ready to show face for with arms wide open and mine are you ready to go is what is this is ground zero the bridge call the night eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one that's eight seven seven seven three three one one this report today looking over a lot of the Uriel we want to share with you tonight or number things that caught my eye really once again get under my skin about covert nineteen and it indicates to me that they want to enforce what can be seen as the invisible preserve me invisible Gulabi you know you don't have chains.

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"uriel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Of the Uriel we want to share with you tonight or number things that caught my eye really once again get under my skin about covert nineteen and it indicates to me that they want to enforce what can be seen as the invisible preserve me invisible gulag V. you know you don't have chains on you know you don't have the barbed wire you don't have the bars on the windows but it certainly seems as though the local governors are acting as wardens and a lot of other places seem to be having some problems residents of the U. K. people were actually searching actually police were searching shopping bags finding people if the food they saw in the bag is not essential or the products are nonessential now who decides what is nonessential I was reading a story yesterday from mom a couple days ago the Pennsylvania governor where is in Tom Wolfe's said Monday he said well not ready to predict what he will lift the sanctions against businesses activity across the economy he says there'll be three phases whatever go through but we for we start the new normal when I hear them say something starting up the new normal or or you know what is this new normal it's Orwellian to say the new normal it is in my opinion a reality that worry and that should be temporary I was reading today about quarantine and what it means when a tree was first called a Trina or tree no which meant thirty days of seclusion of your sick bed they created the quarantine which is forty days have your say doubt that's the case if we were locked down for the twenty third here in the country it should be till may first but of course as a lot of other I guess a lot of other governors don't know what a quarantine is okay and and yet they they they they you know you're pushing your agenda is here it's obvious that agendas are being pushed here another thing that bothers me about this is that you know you you look at the the quarantine you'll get restrictions and restrictions are supposed to protect you but it's destroying people now you have roller coasters you have this roller coaster fear job loss economic downturn all this because of a disease whatever he vowed she doctor Strangelove first warned that two million would die there was a race among federal state local officials to see who could rip the constitution of the quickest and vowed she told us that if we do it he said only a quarter of a million would die the locked America down early and hard and then with little more than a shrug of the shoulders been ousted a maximum of sixty thousand would die maybe less and those numbers are tragic I agree but it's let's some pretty awful dehumanizing things I mean the final numbers and death tolls will probably add up to the same amount is above average fatality with the flu we see a manager and a manager would have we would have done this differently and you and you see that there were two people that are running the show to be able to see their experts Dr Strangelove file G. and and Bill Gates I mean I know what I mean what they're shaping the culture on how we're supposed to behave they are shaping the response of what should be done what we should be doing and what else is going on here is the gates is spending his money in order to create a system and that system of course is part of a smart city project for facial recognition temperature recognition and of course bio metric tattoos are the option a lot of civil liberties groups electronic front the Electronic Frontier Foundation they're all worried about tracking technology that Google and apple wandering into the picture and and so you know now from California New Jersey Americans are protesting in the streets are demanding an end to this house arrest that has been given to them by government officials over this virus outbreak and maybe it has saved lives would be doesn't seem to have to save lives maybe you know we need to rethink this but it just seems to me I mean there was some new news today coming out saying but I guess corona virus doesn't do well and he doesn't do well on humanity and that was put out to the department of homeland security department homeland security is not going to talk about it because they're gonna allow for these wardens to keep pushing their agendas and how do you know what they can do with technology in five G. technology they're going to do with the new system where they're gonna be giving vaccines to people where they're not going to be given a shot they're gonna be given these little we call tattoos made with sugar spikes in the blood sugar spikes on the skin and it was a red dye into the skin and then your March they mark their territory right there they mark their slaves right there and that's how it's going to be done in in the future because it you know we'll get into more of that tonight because it's important that we get to our guest David like David like we've had in the program before prodded English writer he read his books is a great public speaker he he he is all over the internet is a is books children matrix of the robot the the robot's rebellion it does have to be like this I mean at the biggest secret my first book ever by David Ike is amazing and we're gonna have one right now let's bring on David like hi David you're on ground zero what a client good to hear from you made good to hear from you again and I'm glad that you're on board today especially I mean you're one of the most controversial figures right now in this whole thing aren't you I hope so if I'm not controversial in the current situation then I am in the land of the all the insane on the strip it and I'd prefer to not join that if you don't mind the extraordinary events that I'm seeing are simply from the pages of my books over thirty years all of it the way the scam because that's what it is a scam as being played the way people have just followed authority like sheep how the media I have pirate **** the official story without question and jumped on and attacked anyone that challenges that story and the whole scenario of how they want to use this scam to transform human society into a global cystic technocratic Orwellian stage are all in my books over the last thirty years so it's not surprising to me it is depressing to see just how predictable it is but it's not surprising and you know the reason I'm controversial thank you god is because I'm saying there is no evidence that coveted nineteen exists and I'm not saying this by pulling it out of the east the I'm saying it on the basis all the doctors and specialists and biologists who will never get even close to the mainstream media you say it's it's the same outcome whether you have a real quote virus or whether you have the perception of one I have been talking for decades about something I called problem reaction solution where you create a problem blame someone else get the reaction to something and then you also the solutions to the problems you have code that they created but there's another version of that which I call no problem reaction solution but you don't need a real problem you just need that perception of what weapons of mass destruction in Iraq is a classic and what we're looking at here Clyde is a no problem reaction solution and I can explain in detail how the scammers being polite well it's important because I know that if you say what you said the magic words you've you've done a lot of magic words very controversially said well it's a scam and here in the United States the president was ridiculed for saying was a hoax and now you're saying it doesn't exist at all where does that come from what it comes from from people who know what they're doing I'm doing research there's a doctor in New York state cooled engine cold but he's done a lot of research on this and show others but because they don't get into the mainstream media you hit that reached the narrative let me just take you through a a sequence of events first of all when the first few people study getting ill in China around this wet market Chinese authorities and we can get into later how bout which controls China wrist same as that which controls America that which controls Britain exceptional they took some flowing from the lungs about seven out and they extracted genetic material they did not extract to virus they extracted genetic material and that good part of this genetic material can be found in the bodies of vast numbers of people it's not a virus it's genetic material and so they then decide that this illness is being caused by a virus at no point has a virus ever been isolated to show that what they're saying is true H. or assumption I say it's more of an assumption it's manipulation so.

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"uriel" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Stop while you're and you're not even had devices we're only to you Hey what's up man this is Joel from broken your cell grows what's going on we're a radio show I don't know if I ever heard of us but Stephanie listens and Stephanie found out that it was you who did that and the toy box into fairly you're no stranger to pooping all over the place so that's interesting the way I'm a radio right now and then yeah yeah yeah are you Uriel Cooper not a serial cheater you're a reformed serial to use he stopped and I only do it when you're traveling come on man like you never proved anywhere in college all age I have two places yes very rare Barnes right for you so like mortified by you right now I don't even know who you are do not judge me right now all over the place and you think it's funny you deserve to be judged it's for the public to judge sorry funny put a drink you don't put a six year old boy band what do you work most people with money the bad who posted a toy box getting away from the point I don't care whether you did it on purpose or because you were drunk the point is you what you mean you want me about that I do wanna tell you that's not the same thing in it worked six zero get in trouble I do feel bad about it now but I mean it was over the punishment happened it was done about I don't want to break up with you now you should feel really bad about that but I don't feel good about it I'm mad who put me on the radio right now well I don't feel bad about that no delays just for the record your girlfriend was a lot more understanding to me she was willing to hear you out she thought maybe you had a good excuse for all this I told her to dump you as soon as I heard the story man I'm a good role model showed up six year old hello yes I will agree with you on that welcome to fire me and he loves me did you wash your hands after you went to the bathroom and then share popcorn with my son now you're just for.

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"uriel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Three individuals including the accomplice wearing all red public also said Tuesday that another company told them they think the same group took thirty thousand dollars worth of stuff more than a month ago what about a group is now offering twenty five hundred dollars for information leading to arrests and hope that they can be brought to justice and people can move forward recently own TV news that affects the bottom line big time hundreds of thousands of dollars and supplies says that's a big deal man folks knew exactly what they were doing I bet this is a problem across the board on construction sites not just commercial and residential construction sites as well yeah as simple as a neighbor stealing a two before all the way up to somebody stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars were the equipment right Uriel something it's a but it's a rampant problem or vandalism and I bet it goes unprosecuted most of the time I wonder and this is obviously we've got so much construction this can be happening in this town this is something that they've got to to get under control how do you get this under control I mean these folks and you know fence they had cameras I mean the cops can't be everywhere at every construction site you almost and a big construction site like of an apartment complex you almost have to hire private security and I don't see how some of the smaller construction sites like a residential construction I don't know how they can afford that kind of thing right some of the bigger construction projects road projects apartment complexes maybe a big box store that's under construction they could probably afford you know some additional security to keep our eyes on things but just installing cameras like a a game camera dear dear camera that kind of thing that's what you see what happened afterward you're just gonna document the crime that's it and how did these folks ship these master keys for today were able to fire up the forklift with for example you may have to get them you have to get these master kit combines the common out there in the work yeah but but you're right the only solution real herbs is solution is going to have to be human beings on site not cameras showing you here's what happened two hours ago you're listening to the best of Todd and Donna on news radio kale BJ you're listening to the best of the Todd show we had dined here somewhere we're live at five thirty a news.

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"uriel" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Home furnishings I am rapidly becoming hooked on my local habitat for humanity home stores take a look online habitat for humanity dot com you guys all know that program when they do so much good for people who are looking to re have homes and you know get people in them it's an amazing organization they do great work and as a result of all of this home improvement stuff that they do they had tons of leftover stuff furniture and you know things you need home improvement Uriel spackle title carpeting you name it and it all winds up in these habitat for humanity home stores along with antique furniture China books chandeliers you know candelabra bookshelves antique desks I mean no matter what you're looking for I find myself gravitating towards this place if you think you're gonna have a lot of furniture or sort of projects this year and you have a pension you just absolutely love the antiques especially and in two weeks I'm not just saying stuff from the nineteen thirties nineteen forties there's nothing more fun than walking into one of these habitat for humanity home stores and finding like a perfect nineteen seventies retro lime green sofa in there that you know you could do something fun with us and it's twenty Bucks you can put it in the basement of the kids have fun on it it's just a fun place to go I would urge each and everyone of you to find the habitat for humanity home store near you right after your run to your local goodwill and see what they have to offer because again you don't need to put these various projects on hold just because you think you don't have the budget for it I'm here to tell yet there's nothing more satisfying than transforming your wardrobe your kitchen in a room in your house.

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"uriel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And that is Tom brush and that's one of the cuts from his new CD time follows the bulls Tom was nice enough to be in the studio with us along with Uriel Anderson and Tom and Mary Landis and are going to be appearing tomorrow night at downers Grove north high school by the way US is Steve king and Johnnie Putman Fisher just in Chicago and wondering for thanksgiving a who the heck are these strange people on the radio or maybe you're like robin Carper's fail or jail who is in Orlando listening to us tonight yes we got to Florida checked in and Utah and Texas and down all over the country so we appreciate you guys stopping by but if your local you gotta get out and see mural Anderson and Tom brush on Saturday night at downers Grove north high school no we've seen many of your concerts here on thanksgiving after thanksgiving concert and you've always had an opportunity to perform with your guests are going to be doing that with Tom to yeah yeah we've got to buckle up play little L. after thanksgiving dinner and it was so fun no we're going to be doing that that's the end of the show and Merrill will have her music available at the show as well as this new cookbook this unbelievable cookbook and I just did some Christmas shopping if you've been good you might get one of them so well all yes so you were our very first rule I answer okay we sold our our first cool yes we gave you one of course it's a really gave me a compliment but I got to do my Christmas shopping this such a good feeling when you realize well I've actually did a book in bed and they're buying it that's gonna be fun Saturday night and people are going to go crazy when they see this branded a beautiful job yes a delay out and we Barney yeah we'll put a lot of work into the stories yeah and the and the recipes are low and of course the music that goes with it and just as a quick explanations were talking about the cookbook a Brian the cover is an acoustic guitar is that Muriel's guitar pictured on the cover okay this murals guitar and then the center with the whole of the guitar the guitar hole would be that's where the CD snaps on to the front yes really and it has one of the recipes on the CD disc itself when you take the CD disc often in the sound hole is my key Xiangyang so so good and I love the fact that the the pages are if you have it open in the kitchen in your cooking you don't have to worry about spills you just wipe them right off the pages yes and that there's a special sleeve in the back to keep your CD say for your cooking nice very nice and its acoustic chef by Muriel Anderson and it isn't it isn't the cookbook wifi enabled so if you turn to a specific page that song starts playing automatically next years something like that okay and Tom will people be able to get your CD at the concert tomorrow night too yeah this is a song on his I'll be I'll have my cookbook elders world fissile cook but if you enjoy going to restaurants we see that on Facebook well yeah I go to Russia I read constantly but I don't cook but you take pictures not everybody does that you take pictures and post them on on your face hello I shot my the horn and go into it because they made it right at the hotel I got down as as your own breakfast stop six minutes ago can I copy causes what is above fair to if you want I was only thirteen dollars okay all Jews above fake I get coffee as well or no most important for us yeah forgot my Cup of coffee in our look at the book fair they had a few scrambled eggs left and a sausage and a few little chunks of bacon there then I put those on the floor I have a picture that is on the general the you can buy this make sure so late if you would like to make this compliments of of the double tree this is one there's more bacon and more sausage or don't know all this is funny thank you very much and we put our guests in the double tree in downers Grove every year that so that was nice of my life that is the power of the camera the whole time I think that's your next song title more bacon more sausage or treat me nice that we a pasta lover all the stuff I like my doctor says you can have the cards that's what it always is held posture no rush no potatoes no bread all the good stuff all this is I'm two points off being diabetic that's two points I'm not there right hello you will be if you keep it in the stuff yeah because he if you could eat pasta you ask Brian in your area we would take you to the best Italian restaurant well I can never to my own boss know was the boss of me yeah do Luciano's in river Grove yes well I believe around here she is ugly you know Chicago come on have you ever played Chicago I mean this is the closest I played with her on her as something it was near thanksgiving to all it was a long time ago yeah yeah it was a good turn out of some sort I do this all started turning it was a some sort of in a smaller version of that that we because it it Tom but what we're talking about this year in my wrong or is this one of your first radio appearances in Chicago it could be heard in Chicago ray are not around radio I thought the first he tells her stick around folks we're gonna take a quick break Muriel's got her guitar back in hand stay with us on WGN.

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"uriel" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Always have a choice, even when you lose. If you lose lose blaze Lawrie instead of losing to Pacific, make strong choices. You may influence someone for the next time. Somehow you have to take a risk. You have to light a fire crack on the ass and do something that seems to be totally off the wall for the character. Which is stand up. Yeah. That's it. Listen to those words, again, totally off the wall to light of firecracker on the ass and do something that seems totally off the wall for the character. The fucking ball is in your court. But you don't know it you think you're fucking victim. And you're scanning you're afraid casting directors have a problem, and they're calling you to come inside. It just like when you have a plumbing problem, you call a plumber, you have an acting probably call ACTA the act has to come in and do it. And when you it the casting people are happy, so come in with your version, it goes like this, my ideas, my reading, I hope you like them, you don't okay next time, shake it up. Don't settle in some way, bef- Uriel acting without risks challenge and conflict is not we're doing an artist and is a rebel and predictable. The audition space is yours. The time is. Yours don't waste it. Don't come in with a chip on your shoulder. Get really a hostile attitude. Focus. It's all about focus. Give yourself a license for magic nation..

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"uriel" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"Okay, go. All right. That's out salt. Yeah. That's a lot. But they're good. Those are really great things you could lead with. Okay. All right. So here's the deal when I wanna say as all of those things are awesome. And once we get our people on our list, and we start in we've got their attention. We can teach them about all types of things. Right. Like, you could teach them about south here. You can teach them about clean eating. You can teach them about skin care. We're not asking you to not do those things. We're just saying you can't leave with those things so lead with one thing. So the one thing the one term in here or two word term that you said are three word anti inflammatory diet. I think there are a lot of people that are trying to get away from inflammation. They're hearing that term they're talking to their doctor. I think more doctors are starting to talk about inflammation. So they're going to be looking for support. Once if you frame and free thing that you do in anti inflammatory. I am the an. Anti-inflammatory health coach, I help you, you know, get rid of the inflammation. Now, you do that in numerous ways through self care through clean eating through skin-care because all of these techniques coaching in coaching styles. You will help them do that. But the Endel be all goal is to release the implication. I love it. And in that case, it doesn't even have to be not to be long. Exactly, exactly. I think you'll be limiting yourself. May are let us know. What do you what do you think about Asam almost feels like this dramatic? But almost sounds like a noose around your neck to have to try and one of these things Karen with saying when you can hone in on one it doesn't mean you can't address anything else. It's just you're leading with this one thing. And then you get to educate people about so much more. And let's face it one. To choose your moving in that direction. You can band. End estimate. Hit took it. Let's see. So Suzanne just said I can easily do anti-inflammatory approach to. I'm thinking about this now. Okay. They love it. And again know who your your client where they coming in. Are they from aware are they solution aware do they know what anti inflammatory is? So you just have to decide where you're gonna claim your your steak or you're going to be more educated about what that means or these people that are already know they need anti-inflammatory, so Geneva's. Thank you. Yes. Yes. Yes. I appreciate it. Okay. Exceed what do you think of any rigorous? I have women stuck in a hint mindset change their thinking too. I can. So they can finally stick with healthy habits that worked for them. I would Christian women, and I can find them, but doesn't have to be particular mindset, or can it be healthy habits too? Big. I have something go. All right. So I I love you wanted island Christian women. I think it's gonna be an easy easy place an easy way free to find these people because you into workshops churches. So are you familiar west the Daniel plan only are if you're if you know about healthy leading? So the damn no plan is very specific to shimmer login because of all relates to versus in the bible. So with that it's very much about healthy living healthy habits that are tied into teachings of the bible. His she says, yes, that's a perfect example. So if it's people that the can't mindset to me that's leading more with life coaching. But if it were me, I would lead I would target Christian women, and then have been more. You can have it still be about mindset because mindset is such a huge art of living healthy lifestyle. Okay. I don't know a ton of the Daniel plan got rid of it. But wouldn't there be basically like that's Techni? That's a style of that. I'm how women worked through the Daniel plan. I mean, if they're looking for the Daniel plan, they might make Uriel they might not know about it where you might have to educate them a little on the front end. What once they get?.

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"uriel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:43 min | 3 years ago

"uriel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"People love in your work, also as Uriel connoisseur of the art of of laughing at oneself and also making other people laugh, and I I think that must be very very joyful thing to be able to do it is an I probably understood that when I was quite young. And maybe that was one of the things that I decided I needed to have in face of whatever craziness was going on in my family that having a sense of humor. I think also maybe coming for the country, and and just observing and having a sense of pleasure and joy in learning a new language and watching people, and of course in my family. Everybody had a great sense of humor. So it wasn't as if I I invented it in my family that that was the language of conversation that you told funny stories, really. Yeah. Especially from people who come from the Russian tragic Russian writers, but handed it as we say always hand in hand with that. Right. Was a stupendous sense of humor. In sharp wit. Do you have a meditation practice? I have a limping personal question. But I've seen you know, it's. Yeah. The good news is there's nothing personal about it. I was hired by a wonderful editor Barry boys at mindful magazine to meditate and to do a combat meditation was paid to meditate which I think is not a bad way to encourage somebody to do it. I went on a few very short silent retreat a few days, and you know, I was taught the practice of meditation. And then I wasn't flippant about it. I really enjoyed it. And I really understood the value of being able to calm, your soul and steady your your anxieties, especially in the middle of the night. I'm incrementally grateful that I have this practice, which I don't do regularly at all, you know, on the bus or walking here awaiting online or something like that. Or in the middle of the night. So I think that it's it's non-spiritual, and it's non religious which is really important for me because I don't like any of any religious dog at all. And I value the sense that it's humanistic, right? Well, and actually, I feel it's something you both portray in your work and model is honoring I would say meditative spaces or even contemporary spaces. In the every day, but also in public life, like parks or museums libraries in this way. To think about it that way. I absolutely think that a is the one of the deepest places of meditation that there could be maybe even more than a library because you're looking in museum, you're not reading Rini little bit. But you're basically just wandering and looking and once again the function of the brain what happens to the brain is very different than than being supermarket. Even though I love being a supermarket. So wait a minute. Supermarkets. I love to look at all the packaging to me. That's like a museum. But that's a digression. I think that we are. We have the opportunity to understand silence around us. And and really looking all the time. There's always the opportunity, and it's there's never a lack of things to look at. And you know, there's never a lack of time not to talk. Yeah. And I mean museums are. Just among the very few silent places and culture. Right. Where that is part of the element of the experience. It's actually very unusual. I guess when we listen, I guess when we go to a concert. I guess there are places we listen. But there's not right. It's different than looking at something and not talking and absorbing it that way. If if you approach it, the right way and don't trudge through too many things that you can't stand. It really gives you a sense of inspiration and clarity in your life spoke to an Hamilton a couple of years ago on your she's this phrase alone together, I think that's the other thing it's different from being at a concert or a performance where having a communal collective experience. Because you kind of it's both in a museum. Right. You're having a very personal meander, and what you're paying attention to your choosing. But and yet you are not alone. And it's you know, I spend a Fridays at the met for two reasons. One because. I have an exhibit at the met with an installation with my son, the call, which is a recreation of my mother's closet. It's an American wing, and it's a wonderful. My mother only wore white, and she was very precise about her clothing in about her her closet in her class. It really was a work of art in its way. So it's now the met where I'm happy to say, you know, so your mother's closet. I mean, even when you said that the supermarket for you. It's kind of like a museum that you're looking at the packaging, and I think also the way you talk about being in the park, and you also take great delight in clothing, hats, shoes. And not in not in the way, we tend to think about those things in terms of fashion. But in terms of how interesting humans are interested in is. I'm I'm so curious about so many things that am I surprised myself by with with my curiosity, and my desire my delight in seeing all of this stuff because at a certain point he'd say okay enough already. But clearly it's never enough. And that you know, it's prize. You just don't know what you're gonna see. And the fact that I can use that surprise in my work. The fact that I can not know what the painting that I have to do tomorrow will include for an assignment that. I know what the assignment is. But I don't know what women wearing what dress walking dog. If that's the case or some persons playing the violin on the street how they enter the work. And I think that's the immediacy of my emotions is felt in the drawings. I wanna talk a little bit about the principles of uncertainty, which was to continue on your the philosophical meditative side of you, which is also whimsical. It's interesting. You know, your mother comes in again, your mother's map of the world. Obviously people who are just listening to us talk won't have that picture in front of them. But talked about why is there and why that is so important for you. That's an important touch point for you that map I have to say that the map for those listeners who are inclined. I've spoken of it. So many times that it must be online. So if you go to Sarah Berman's map of the United States or something like that, you might find it. But when I was doing the next year's peace the year that I did about American history and the pursuit of happiness for the New York Times after my year of introspection. They sent me to all kinds of places, and I asked many people to draw McAfee United States from memory just sit down and do it. And you know, as I say, it's a complicated country with lots of different sections. And I don't think most people would get it one hundred percent, right. But my mother sat down and made an egg shaped circle and Canada on top so far so good. And then she has California and Hawaii underneath Canada. She has everything is completely topsy turvy. She has lent in the village you came from and Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Has a few random places that are incomprehensible and then through the center, she says, sorry, the rest unknown. Thank. And I have a huge version of that on my wall to remind me that it's not about I always say it's not about getting it. Right. It's about just about getting it. And that's a big big difference. If you have the freedom to use your imagination and to really express what you're thinking. You're going to come up with something a lot different than a correct version of the United States of America or anything. Well, and it's also a vodka tive right now in a way that you wouldn't have foreseen previously. But you know, this fact that we all of us all around in all of our differences seem to be operating with different maps of the places that we know and the places that matter I mean, that's a real phenomenon right now. These these maps in our ads fitter the maps in our heads. And then I think about the New Yorker STAN map that I did with Rick Mirer woods for the New Yorker after nine eleven I think. Yes. That would they converse? Nations that people have about. Who are the tribes who do you belong to who? Do you belong with? Do you want to belong are there all kinds of New Tribes? Now that we never understood or knew about and really to find out, you know, who's who who do you love? And who do you wanna be with? So you're forced to say who do I relate to and who do I respect, and that's a really big question. And who am I prayed of? Yeah. It would almost be really fascinating civic activity for you to ask Americans to do their map to have your mother's map as the as the prototype. Create your own. That's a good idea. You know, right now fascinating. The pursuit of happiness because she said also came out of I mean, you went to all these places, right? You you you met with all kinds of different public service, and you enter the capital and farms in mount Vernon and the White House how Halloween to the inauguration. I met with Bater Ginsburg. I went to an army base all the places that I wouldn't have access to a normal person. The New York Times was able to send me to to all of these places. How did that surprise you that change you that experience? It. It changed me. Profoundly. I really knew very little about American history. And the more I traveled in the more. I read in the more I make people the more extraordinary the history of the United States. It was clear that this country is founded by some miracle chance of geniuses. They were able to form an idea. This is two thousand ten right or the book is post. Actually, I was I did the traveling to I started two thousand eight with Obama. Okay. Okay. Yeah. And either went to Monticello and did a piece about Lincoln and did a piece about Jefferson, and and really had a chance still superficial. Obviously to admire the United States so much more than I ever had with all the complexity with all of the horrible parts which exist for every country. And and I had a lot of fun thinking about all the good things that go on here. Yeah. Yeah. It's a beautiful celebration. And when I say that in that concerned like a coffee table book. And it's not right. It has that whimsey. It has that quirkiness. It has this. Constant interaction that is there in real life between play and what's interesting and fun and also hard and sad. There's a part again, I meant to bring mass. But that's okay. Because nobody's listening to us is going to have their pictures in front of them. Either you at Fort Campbell Kentucky. For one hundred first airborne division. The way he wrote about those soldiers in that place. They say a little bit about that about you saw that was very moving to me. The the thing that happens when you meet people is that all generalizations fly out the window, and you realize that people are leading very particular and very complex lives. And that you can't just make blanket statements. This group does this. And that group does that I mean, it's just immensely complicated in every human being is a human being so people who you might think you have absolutely nothing in common with philosophically or just on a daily level. You find out the visit tremendous amount of contact. And it might be so obvious to say that. But I don't think that you can appreciate that until you actually go and live that. And so the the more often that you can it reduces a kind of arrogance or kind of superiority like, oh, I know the right way. And you obviously don't to clearly we have different ways of looking at things, but we really can have a conversation about it and find the common humanity. So that's. With that taught me in a really wonderful way. And they were they were getting one hundred first airborne division was getting ready to go to the battlefield, right? I think to a right Afghanistan. And so I mean, they were doing serious business. But you talk about how each one of them is so amazing each one of them breaks, your heart just that the human figure the humanity. And then there's a picture of a piece of cherry pie. Do you? Remember that? Of course, I'm always looking out for a good pie. Could buy it says moments, of course, the smaller moments diffuse, the bigger ones and also they're they're really important. And so how do you sit together over cherry pie? Yeah. It wasn't that great. But you know. It looks delicious. And the victory was better than them. I think he said something like this. Great solace is provided by in the base piece of pie. Yes..

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