17 Burst results for "William Butler"

"william butler" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"william butler" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Max it looks like it might be getting a second look at a Netflix documentary that historians have long believed that this was a bust investigation are you surprised and for decades after the assassination of Malcolm X. the confessed assassin has said that the two other men were convicted as accomplices had nothing to do with the murder but now thanks to this Netflix documentary series they're saying that they may at review evidence in support of the two men's innocent were present at the three actually Saddam is dead anyway I mean I watched a decorated with another of the great I can automate amazing documentary but the the color alert so what you got the guy did if you've ever read a book you would know it anyway the guys I'm new at New Jersey name was William William Butler the he's dead anyway so that they want to re open at the re write history have history accurate cool but it's not like somebody going to jail for not defending Davis he's pleading not guilty and that's after that video we saw him grabbing his child's mother by the neck and I had a mystery that and he is now fighting a domestic battery criminal charge after that video went viral so we shall see what happens you playing for lesser charge causes is video right I mean they will plane he was a little plain no plane they play like that all the time a little rough housing you know what he's saying is he never hit her he said yes I was aggressive and he said that in a post okay after that incident and everybody said that video but he's got to realize he's got some issues there about him so she wants to go for this you know we don't know that she actually I think even came forward and said that he was you know very aggressive toward her so really yeah everybody thought from seven three the orca no absolutely not and that's also that type of behavior where somebody acts a certain way to you and then they try to make up for it by shopping spree all right well I'm into the and that is your room a report all right thank you miss you know again shout out to everybody to stop through today shout to into the rye houses the d'angelo cut that early early flight yes you sure did you shout too low Burke for joining us yes mayor Oliver Gilbert and may I love the Gilbert I write it also shall to Papa keep in bullet proof for holding this down to logic.

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"william butler" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"And when you're running long distances anything for me anything over ten miles. I wanna stop like there's a part of me that wants to stop. And just continuing to go is an exercising of the you know is an exercise of the will and Nietzsche thought that we come to know ourselves through those sort of moments. So that sort of is a quick answer your question. Yeah. Is it also while you're there? It sounds like you were having some mental health issue. I mean, there was a moment. You're on the cliffs, you stare down over cliff, and you're thinking what if I could jump? I think everyone's done that at some point where you know, you're driving on coming traffic with just swerved. But do you think something else was going on? What do you think you were kinda descending into the abyss with while you were hiking with Nietzsche? I mean when Nietzsche's says to you, you must have the strength to ask forbidden questions. He's also saying like the most forbidden question is the question. Why why bother doing anything why bother getting up in the morning why? And when he's strips. I mean when he's strips traditional answers away from you that why can be very scary. So for example, if my minister, or if my rabbi, or if my mother or father are no longer the guiding forces of my life than what is I mean, KOMO who sort of inherits the existential mantle from Nietzsche, KOMO writing a minute. The the nineteen forties says there is but one serious philosophical question. And that is suicide he doesn't mean to bum. You out is just saying to you. What's the point of life is life worth living? And I think coming up with really good answers to that question is difficult earliest it was for me. Sometimes it still has. No. Yeah. I think everyone has that has had those moments where they're like laying in bed at night. And like what what am I doing? What what what am? I like this just like a what what the heck am I doing? And I think that Nietzsche allows you to voice those concerns, which is good. But it can. Also, be very disturbing. Now. You might ask yourself. Why is it good? I think the row is better on this. He says I don't want to get to the end of my life. And discover that I haven't lived, and I think that that the scariest part of death is getting to the end and discovering that you haven't lived and one of the hardest parts is to get to the end. And then look back and think oh my God. What was I doing with all of my time? I didn't have that much of it mandate. I squander it. And I think Nietzsche wakes us up when he asks us to ask forbidden questions. He's trying to wake us up to help us of that, you know, that end of life, right? Well, another thing he came up with sort of a thought experiment to get you thinking about that as eternal return. Yeah. That's right. And so he says to you. He says imagine that in your loneliest of loan. Lease a demon comes to you and says that this moment this very moment. And all things you will have to. Live over not once not twice, but an infinite number of times. And then he asks the demon asks would this idea crush you? Or would it elevate your soul and most of the time? I think it crushes us the idea that I'd have to redo this moment again, exactly the same way. An infinite number of times is terrifying. Think about all the time. You're stuck in traffic or all the time that you're you know, in a bad relationship, you'd have to live that over infinitely so Nietzsche's asking us to own up to life with a type of radical responsibility. In other words, can you live your life as William Butler Yeats says and do it all again live and play it again like play it again Sam? And I think that that's a challenge that many of us would do well to sort of face up to then y'all start about you'd mentioned earlier more Foty like this love of fate that kind of walks hand in hand with that idea as well. Yeah. So I mean for for a long period of time..

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"william butler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Edition of the show. Not to be confused with barreling our way through the show that's only on Tuesdays that we barrel. But on Tuesdays we barrel harder than anybody else. Today. We work our way through the Wednesday show yesterday. We got ourselves a new governor governor Jared police sworn in on the steps the state capitol and. I did not watch any of the festivities. I was not there in than I I have to rely on the. Reviews of others who may have been more up to date, or you mean, you didn't hear the poem. I did not. But I was I was getting to that. Apparently. There was a poem. Yes. By a poet named. Anne waldman. Who is the loopy school in boulder neuropathy, and she's also by the way, I did not know that the poetry school at the Roper had been started by Allen Ginsberg. Yes. And Anne Waldman. They were they teamed up to start that. So she runs so she actually has him appear in his quoted in her poem. Excellent fantastic. So you've got that going for ya. Anyway. She did a poem yesterday. Not entirely well received. Dave, I'd like you to maybe talk about let me see how can I characterize it? The worst poem. I've ever heard. You're you're pretty classy. I valley. I valid. I. So. Country. I like I like Robert frost William Butler Yeats. But I didn't like hers, and it made me think about the worst poems in history, not only on earth, but in the universe, and it made me think of hitchhikers guide to the galaxy. Yes. Louis Adams, and in the beginning of it as earth is about to be destroyed and two survivors. Are on the spaceship, which is a vogue on spaceship Valence, the alien species called bogans whose main characteristic is they recite the worst poetry in the universe. And anyway, the Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy explains they can do a better job than I can focus on poetry.

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"william butler" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Was a leader. And he knew it. My hope is that in remembering the life of George Herbert Walker Bush and in honoring his accomplishments, we will see that we are really praising what is best about our nation the nation. He dearly love, and whose values he embodied. There is more to say than time permits and any way when measured against the eloquence of George Bush's character and life are words are very inadequate. And so I conclude these remarked with his words. Written some years ago to his old tennis, buddy. We've known each other a long time. He wrote to me we have shared joy and sadness and time has indeed gone swiftly by now at races on even faster. And that makes me treasure even more this line of William Butler Yeats about where man's glory begins. Any ends namely with friends. My glory is I have you as such a friend to which I reply on behalf of his friends here today across America and throughout the world. We rejoice Mr President that you are safely tucked in now. And through the ages were God's loving arms around you because our glory George was to have had you as our president. And that's your friend..

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"william butler" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"The thing that scared me to as a kid. Was the fact that this is very distinctly male void who claims to be Marianne. Command time to be a woman. This did not compute to me. I let scared me. The other reason it scared me was that my babysitter was Marianne Luger. So for months afterwards, whenever she called the house, you know, when she was scheduled. You know the day of what she was scheduled to come see me. She was calling to check in with my parents and I picked up the phone. She said, hi, Patrick, it's Marianne. I would scream and hang up the phone, true story that I forgot until I watched this movie. To marry lager if you're out there and you're wondering what the hell out was all about. Now, you know. I hope you will marry lower because you were a damn fine babysitter, but that's not the poor right now. Because the mayor goes back to the house. Sorry. I'm sorry. The sheriff goes back to the house, but before he does, he sees somebody out in the graveyard, the town graveyard. Somebody's doing something William Butler at Wolford butlers grave. That was a bad idea, sheriff. Meanwhile, we finally get back to marry Warren who's been hanging out in our house having the most dismal Christmas, you could possibly imagine until somebody. Pulls up in front of the house in a sneaky paws up. To the door. Now her daughter, she knows better. She knows what's going on current events. She knows it's been a breakout in the asylum. She's got to get gun out and she pulled the gun on a gun. She wants to see his ide- before she does anything with them. And it turns out this guy whose name I don't have in front of me was also a Broadway star and actually had just won a Tony for best actor. But. He died of cancer. While the film was in post production. So all of his dialogue had to be by somebody else. And since his dialogue had to be dubbed Mary Warren off has to be dubbed they would match. So there's a weird. Disconnect. The his voice doesn't match his face and their voices don't really match the movie. And again, that's something as a modern viewer. I'll be like, that's really annoying. But as a kid, I was going, some takes raw with them. I couldn't put my finger on the kid, but there is something wrong with them. Even the people in the movie that I suppose to be the heroes are supposed to be the people that I feel safe with. I didn't feel safe with and it turns out that this guy is Jeffrey Butler. He's the guy who selling the house. He's there because his poster meet the lawyer at the house that he's been calling and calling and calling nobody answers. I wonder why. And he came to the mayor's office to see if he can get the key. And she says, he's not here right now. Maybe you should try the sheriff. But of course, the sheriff's not there as we've already established because. Came at Mary. So no, the two of them are starting to piece together that something is going very, very wrong on this very cold and very bleak in very. Desolate lonely. Christmas eve. And there's a lot of them running around back and forth. It gets kind of boring. They're dialogue is kind of odd. They keep finding the base fine disturbs car abandoned, they find is broken sunglasses on Wilford butlers grave. And so they know something's wrong, but they don't know what, and they're just trying to figure it all out. And meanwhile, she's like, oh, by the way, I've been getting phone calls all night from some woman who says she wants to meet you at the house. Is anybody there. I'm dying Adams I spoke to before..

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"william butler" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on WCPT 820

"But i will say that that's something i actually have written about i in the past defense of of liberal education as as it has been called because one of the times i was inspired to write about it was during the twenty twelve presidential elections when the education sections of the mitt romney platform and the barack obama platform were in fact quite similar they were quite similar in that they both said education must concentrate on preparing people for the jobs of the future so not only is that a transactional view of education it is also an a utilitarian one it is it is in effect basically saying that the sole purpose of education is to render people employable with employability to be determined by of course employers who will have a finite set of needs now but there is a long and as you know as well no there was a long and rich body of literature challenging that assertion i think it was who was william butler yates who said education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire and you have john dewey writing extensively on education and its purpose in a democracy to make us citizen i would effective citizens as opposed to merely cogs in a economic machine i would argue that the kind of reflection you wrote about and the kind that you know i have occasionally in engaged in is part of that sort of do we ask immersion and that that reflection is actually necessary in order to be for some of us in order to be a complete citizen.

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"william butler" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on Think Again

"Yeah i mean i maybe this is i think very human problem the sort of like what will remain what will my life significance be but i think even the rise of social media the number of like teenage girls on subway cars like taking pick their selfish together and being like picker didn't happen like there's this i think there's this we all have this desire to document our lives in a certain way to cement it because we want evidence in some way and for and for this generation and going forward there everything will be documented but then the question becomes who sifts through how do you sift through when do you because if everything is documented then everything is sort of equally meaningless unless somebody goes in curious but maybe the things the way we're documenting things now won't exist and we look at like early computer technology like people are still having trouble figuring out how to code the first disc that we made like the lifespan of those things are really short certainly like the the personal websites we were all making and early two thousands like no longer exists it's completely different internet technology i mean who knows what the internet is gonna look like in twenty years and how much will actually last reading your book i was thinking of this home by yates that i wanted to share maybe talk about because i think it gets a little bit at it gets a little bit at the struggles that you were going through as a young person that you write about in the book and it gets also at i i think in some interesting ways maybe the work of making a graphic novel this monumental and sifting through all the stuff as we were talking about so if you'll indulge me i'm going to read a short william butler yeats poem here.

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"william butler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Dreams i've spread my dreams and your feet tread softly because you tread on i dreams these are the lines of william butler gates that we've chosen to illustrate the whole idea of the creation the discovery of what is now to space and illustrate also the third world's original drawing of what you saw out there that one of the most significant part of our scientific heritage his first drawing this in these tiny little notebooks in which he just scribble down his jottings doodling they might be called today and above then his way of reversing the image of the pencil on white paper to the polish going with the with the image reverse so it's white on black drawing really is beautiful works of art reflecting i think the beautiful lines for the poetry above and this is possibly some of the most significant parts of our heritage and display cases down at the end showing how this was brought about an extended to wider founders and others and how the children were brought up by those who became the assistant astronomers to the third and the fourth of ross and then had to double his tutors to the boys so they went through quite a quick succession of them because they had to work all night at the telescope all day tutoring the boys and days starting early with the boys as we may see further galloway having to do at least two hours work in the workshop it's before they were allowed name breakfast so i want to know when you got your last standing ovation at the abbey theatre here quite marvellous ever really drew not only me but i am sure my entire audience into your rendition of this portion of he wishes for the cloths of heaven let let's go into the next room stay with me are we walk you're gonna listen to some important messages jump into ireland stephanie abrams wide from barr castle in county awfully don't leave you can follow stephanie abrams travels in tips on twitter at i trip and the letter u that's twitter at i trip you for up to the minute travel in call with travel experts stephanie do manage ta mussa change if i'm gone too long don't forget for you belong when the stars come out remember you don't.

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"william butler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Way you always have smiling laughing listening the way you did long before apps i did this study myself and i found that people who use internet to date of more education are more fully employed and more likely to want to marry these sites certainly do have problems but like any new technology you've got to learn how to use it nobody gets out of love alive you heard about some of these people we all suffer on the internet and off the internet as the poet william butler yeats once said love is the crooked thing it is the drive for romance and love as one of the most powerful brain system the human animal has ever revolved ask have their problems but apps cannot never have and never will kill the brain circuitry for romance thank you and that includes round one of this intelligence fared us uk were our monkey news swipe left dating afsouth killed romance now we move onto round two where the debaters address one another directly and they take questions from me and from you are live audience here in new york city our motion is swipe left dating apps have killed romance we have heard the team arguing forward the motion my new summer rhody and eric line enberg argue dating by apps is anything but romantic that it makes it harder to be swept away apps are a transactional activity whose quality is seeping into real life and destroying romance actually in real life even in offline relationships killing things like civility and decency they used the word flake here the problem of having too much choice that when people know that they have to white for somebody else they're always going to be looking for something better so that's part of the argument being made for the motion the team arguing against the motion helen fisher and tom jakes they say that apps are aiding and abetting romance that there are people in the world getting together who otherwise would not be able to including people in the disabled community the lgbt community where apps are they say responsible for seventy percent of relationships that have developed also going to the level of brain chemistry that the brain circuitry of romantic love is too deeply etched in our brains technology has been blamed for destroying romance but it's always turned out to be a false alarm i want to go to the team arguing for the.

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"william butler" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Now i you you folks know that i do they ancestry dna thing right found that a lot about my ancestors and i've been looking for new coach you can go but nothing is comprehensive was this gordon i wanna called gordon now give gordon a shout out a big gordon put together and this bound book year of all of trace in my ancestry back to twelve sixty 65 in england and it goes through i've been i told him on email us in i'm going through all the marine all that see here's where i've decided to two from now on all my novels i'm gonna get the names from my own lineage is use my own people whether it be cool so when you see a name and look i got him from switzerland and sought you know i got german santa names that are now so i must start using all of these folks i dunno the next novel is going to be uh as the new with a chinese so maybe a find find some chinese ancestry i'll just as many as i can use but i mean dating back to where is this place in england getting ready go over there shropshire s h r o p e s h i are in english this is william butler and what else he did in the back eight put everything to an index rowing look it up by name he's got a picture me gotta a coat of arms for the valentine's on the cars and my mother's maiden name is car so i may be related some you folks if your name last name is armstrong baldwin bell barrett beverage modding molly that'd be good name for an a chair would yeah bill boni almost earlier met his real will open it um i mean it goes on and i mean i'm i'm them can all sorts for we're probably alec baldwin you guys can yeah alec baldwin you guys could be a related event there's.

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"william butler" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Right now and msnbc all the spectrum some of them the media well i have a opinion born in the media and i think that's wrong and they think that that's the way things would work the painter anyway they have very reasons for doing this and yes we should listen to them but no not think ten of letting them to decide school time i larry gives them the time all four either like things in and other i quite understand in south florida given the circumstances there and certainly the kids uh from that high high school in you know i think of your hard if you are running a score jurisdiction to come down if you're doing a one day half date cut of protest but no he cannot go on i mean your student at school and i don't know how you threatened to stop it but you have to attend school the after your healthy and well you have to attend school grab william butler all the final say on this this hour willing how are you you know i think date date i'm okay with them walk out of school because i think that how else are they gonna get um their word or emotions across and make change unfortunately there is no mechanism for them when they're in a school to deal with well you could have weekends there are other ways through social media would ever i agree a one day thing whatever but no you can't what of his turns into a twoweek thing worth three big things get not going only school i don't i don't think that'll happen banner why'd i definitely think that you know look i won i was a kid back in their sixties there was a kid that was niclas everybody knew that there was something not right about this kid and um we're all scared to death of a we had no way of protecting ourselves from him at one day i started crossing the kid and the teacher had this kid and she had her favorite kids sitting next to each other and the the the child that have the problem got upset and he took a number two pencil when he stabbed in you know the teacher's pet and we never saw that kit again my point was is that it does the keep that staff the kid.

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"william butler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Legend is is this guy came to the to hawk revolts doria apparently it's not true i i i'm so disappointed to hear that i think i'm just going to keep believing it's true in and then you wonder about whether he was using something at the time some substance i are pretty sure he was using some and but you know whatever today i like to tell the story it's probably one of my favorite poets his william butler yeats by far and i like to tell the story that two students that um i actually was sorry to say i did inhale and all that like bill clinton saying he didn't i did with cannabis as a young man it's all becoming clearly yeah ave uh and i remember writing a poem under the influence and waking up in the morning and eh well rain poverty this is as good as anything gates's ever written i woke up in the morning it's total gibberish amid absolutely no says you know it's a story always gets a laugh through that's a lesson most poets learn as that then ththis yasim created by the alternate substances maybe not a doesn't last when he read it and this also this mystique though it goes back to butler and all these other poets near the more you drink we have more substances malcolm lowery uh even raymond carver you know you've got a drink and you're gonna take substances in you're gonna write great poetry are great fiction he eventually adequate though carver yacht butler always be drunk exactly led to that idea that great thing about that palms he goes on it now of course y unwind on everything not having so you know maybe not even need that yeah this michael writes it seems inevitable that you're gonna spend this time talking about how people connected poetry and never talk about the controversy of bob dylan's poetry being recognised with the nobel prize and how sunk poetry as the inheritance.

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"william butler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Legend is this guy came to let's see hawk revolt yeah apparently it's not true i am so disappointed to hear that i think i'm just going to keep believing it's true in then you wonder about whether he was using something at the time some substance i ain't i am pretty sure he was using something but you know whatever tech's i like to tell the story but it's probably one of my favorite poets is william butler yeats by far and i like to tell the story that two students that um i actually was sorry to say i did inhale and all that like bill clinton the saying he didn't i did with cannabis as a young man that's all becoming clear to me yeah oh boy and i remember writing a poem under the influence and waking up in the morning and eh well ready imposing this is as good as it investigates his ever written i welcome the warriors total gibberish have made absolutely no sense as a serie always gets a laugh uh that's a lesson most poets learn instead i'm the enthusiasm created by the alternate substances may not uh doesn't last when he read it and this is also dismissed steep though it goes back to baudelaire and all these other poets here the more you drinking more substances malcolm lowery ah even raymond carver you know you're going to drink and you're gonna take substances and you're gonna write great poetry are great fiction he eventually adequate though carver and yaabad layer always be drunk exactly i'll know that lima then grading about that palme's he goes on it now of course y unwind but on everything i have anything so you know maybe not even need that yeah his michael writes it seems inevitable that you're going to spend his time talking about how people connector poetry and never talk about the controversy of bob dylan's poetry being recognised with the nobel prize and how son poetry as the inheritance of homer his part of the conversation why would it be inevitable now here we are talking about a as an inevitable i'm a huge dolan fan and i was thrilled that he won the nobel prize usual event i is not thrilled and all rely in fact they had the on television talk invited they cut it very short and then i think they talk to you uh i.

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"william butler" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"Linnea god william butler in wind and then and we there's no and saw and engage in media give dino i ever again.

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"william butler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A senseless so fill an anecdote here because i did what i did in hell when i was a student unlike bill clinton and i'd like to tell my students his story because it's absolutely is limited or rendered here in a coach aware hopa experimented with well cannibus serves a very strong cannibus and wrote a poem uh and i really believe that i had supersede anything of my favorite poet william butler yeats and when i woke up the next morning gibberish total gibberish who made no sense whatsoever absolute teuber exactly so it turns out that the brain is constantly generating possibilities and matsche's up of things that have come before but because we're humans we also know what will stick with other humans we have a sense of that and so the the filter and processes to really important piece of it bother rights bartec is meant more to do in life and with technology including netflixing binges and way rights y way back in 1963 my college you wanna one professor geared harden where there is a name urban interviewed him for science magazine many many years ago he was ago believed that we were in a lifeboat and we had a deal with top in by thinning it out because we were getting very controversial maybe rates good news there is no guarantee that intelligence has any of illusionary value would you guess please comment on the negative possibilities have our innovation explosion how do we prevent all the negative consequences were endless creativity y'all so um there's no doubt that we need to make a better world that humans are have many flaws we're certainly seeing that on every possible level right now and that this magnificent software in our brain is not always put to the best possible use in terms of making the world a better place nevertheless we are in again optimis about at that if any of.

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"william butler" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Prochina covers it have if you put me on the cover my career could be ruined here now in and they did it anyway it's no explanation by air so i told you not to do them well i did is out there now worry before you okay instill flip in letters and say look right but yeah respect women i don't know i mean there are a lot of things out that a lot of been abuse from larry king two two william butler lead to a bob costas where they ask him the same question but what about you know you objectify women like look i i think that i'm actually saying it's okay to look at women has beautiful pieces of art and beautiful creatures and what not you know as long as i can have sex with eating fuck i come on let's let's be serious but again it him being out there being such a a push from a a a rich mail in an area that a lot of reach me i would not want to contribute to a did help maybe not in the way we wanted to but it did help but it's the it's is part of the times when ac in you can even see uh some of the things they say about it there was a glove glorious diner very famous feminist gap when was right activists see the skies this up as a bunny winning in a house and said yeah a lot of creatine should and indeed has an expose called a bunnies tail yeah they made a tv movie we kirstie alley s that's the one right there we kirstie alley ring in this.

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"william butler" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"william butler" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Now this independence parades commission which which tries to look at these things i mean the problem is built one one one of the problems here is that much of the unionist community sunny up which is represented by the dp adhere to a form of britishness an understanding of britishness which is no longer really understood in may nonbriton and he look of the main the state by it's kind of nineteen 20s when all wars at one time going to be given complete independence and it was the unionist then he threatened to fetch of the violence that kept most parts of the uk yes and you know that this of the these outfits the orange order use of into most people in men on britain fight they look more like the implied flower commercial satellite naughty lake with a with a score the freemasonry we need an end date but the the structural problem as a saying this causes for the uk is now we have potentially a uk government depending on support from the paying of the harderline oath of the two main unionist parties and one of the things we saw in the general election was affectively the ball to its snow is not being completely squeezed that all of the seats are held by shin feign or the dp will one independent unionist dlt which he stood what quite closely labor party they're gone for parliament the ulster unionists to one time used to take the conservative whip they're gone for parliament as well so you're not as move towards is the hardline parties and thereby it should be strong working close by someone yelled younis used to be in the middle class was the toy's a verbal that ireland via because yes sinn fein inau all taking their seats the dp now have this position where they may be have significantly which the uk government and of course ask clever politicians they go to use that as much as they kenya why wouldn't they use this bargaining liquids while i have it with russia go i mean the flag of the republic of in this green white and orange and that's meant to symbolize catholics protestants and peace in the middle coincidentally today in eighteen 65 william butler yikes by irish poet the first irish recipient of the nobel prize was poll he was a protestant police also remember the irish.

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