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Fresh update on "martin" discussed on The Dan Proft Show
"Welcome back to the show. We're speaking with commentary magazines Noah Rothman about everything that transpired leading up to and after January 6th and a little bit of a discussion about sort of who has been consistent in opposition to Violence as the means to political ends and who is not been so consistent and opposed to that sort of violence that occurred at the capital as we are the violence that occurred on the streets of America's cities last summer. That is not a position that is adopted by the left and point of fact, they can't even bring themselves to talk in real time about writing and violence that still being generated by Antifa in Portland in San Diego in New York. Yesterday on the occasion of the observance of Martin Luther King's Life and Times You had what a dozen arrests in New York City by black lives matter Types who can't apparently assemble peacefully. The point is that across the board conservatives are denouncing violence and say we want to live in a peaceful Pearl of society will stand up to thuggery. But we don't use political violence preempt early that is not legitimate protest ends with civil disobedience in this country. Ala. King and the Left is not of that attitude. So it seems to me there's a real disconnect. But there is a real consistency with respect to most conservatives about what we saw on the six than what we saw last year and continues into this year in America streets. Well, I think you could make a case for that. It's a case that I tend to Agree with. Nevertheless, I do think the effort to shift blame away from the president for the conditions that he accepted that he created on that day in which he spent days on Twitter trying to create this this crowd and threaten the Senate with a crowd like you literally like He's Mark Antony after Julius Caesar's assassination, that I am the guy with the mob, and they won't stand for this. And then directing them towards the capital and setting them loose and then being shocked by the by the events that followed. There is an effort according to polling, at least among Republicans, Republican leaders and conservatives jet in the general population to absolve the president of any responsibility for that condition, And I think it's blame shifting. I don't think that's addressing the conditions that were never living with now and if they're in a forthright Fashion when that is a little uncomfortable, well, they are and that's not going to and that's not going to resolve the conditions over dealing with out There is something there, though, to know, with respect to the words that Trump used on that day. I'm separating this from his lethargy and responding to when the violence unfolded, but But the words he used in the day go over to the Capitol. We're going to cheer the people that support us. And we're going to not share the people that don't and we're gonna peacefully and he used that word peacefully represent ourselves. S o. You know, the one hand you have a lot of people that have said. You know, the President Trump needs to be held accountable for the words he uses over the last four years when he speaks off the cuff and he speaks and precisely and he Speaks ham handedly. On the other hand, he doesn't get held accountable for the words he actually used in that speech that supposedly incited a mob and I have little sympathy for that argument. I'll tell you why. And I'll use the Georgia examples, for example, because people say You know what the Georgia Senate races weren't lost because of him. He literally told people to go vote. Yes, she did, and a perfunctory fashion once after spending two months, saying that the people you were supposed to go for had cheated him out of an election and that you need to take some sort of revenge. Now, guess what. It turns out that maybe 10 15% of reliable Republican voters, particularly and very conservative district, like Marjorie Taylor Greene didn't turn out. Cost Republicans the Senate. Yeah, from told them to go vote. But a small portion of those people also heard the context within those remarks were made, and through the conclusions that any person with the commonality of the English language would understand they didn't have to overcome this kind of If that's the doubt that he was selling subconsciously and consciously in his voters, So no, I don't think that's a compelling rationale. I think everybody understood what he was saying, even though the literally once in a while, he gave himself a little out that he could point to. But the totality of his remarks pointed in one direction of one directional. There's there's that starts from the premise that I find troublesome, which is that 70 million people, or have three million people. Five million people in Georgia. I just mindless saw Tom a thons and they go in whichever direction Trump is saying you should go or hinting you should go. And I just don't think that's the case, even 10 to 15% of them. I mean, you know, the same 10 to 15% could have come to that conclusion themselves. We had a lot of callers on this show after the election that basically said I'm never good voting again. It had nothing to do with Georgia or any pronouncement by Trump on Georgia. You had obviously You had your Linwood losing his mind down there, but clearly having an audience, Sidney Powell sort of aiding and abetting him. I mean, it's hard. All this stuff is visited upon Trump stores. I'm not like this is not some knee jerk defense. I just don't think that the narrative really captures all the variables. And I think it starts from faulty premises like everybody is sitting waiting for, you know the high sign explicitly or implicitly from Trump in terms of what they're going to do or not do in a particular election or on a particular day in a particular rally. I mean, it's unknown, falsify a bill premise. Sure. Nevertheless, I do think it's kind of difficult to imagine. That was happened happening in the absence of Donald Trump, saying that everybody in from the Republican governor to Republican Secretary of State is aligned against you in a cab, all conspiring against your interests to undermine an election that's going to be invalid anyway. But please go vote. Notion that that had the notion that that that that is just ignored by these voters strikes me as the active I wanna move past Georgia And since we're so focused on Trump, and the left was so focused on Trump for four years, they wanted it to go, and now they don't want him to go. They want him to face a Senate impeachment trial. Of course. Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton agree that there should be some sort of 9 11 style commission to reinvestigate the reinvestigation of the re investigation of the Russian collusion allegations..
Gov. DeSantis announces expanded Publix vaccinations throughout Florida
"Public's pharmacies in the state will start to distribute the Corona virus vaccine this week, Governor Romney Sanderson, the town of Jupiter announced all 67 public's pharmacies in Palm Beach County will be offering the vaccine not only one of our biggest counties, but you have 25% of this county is 65 older, he says. Seven public stores and neighboring Martin County and Two in Monroe will also have the vaccine available for seniors age of of 65 65 older, older, each each pharmacy pharmacy will will be be able able to to do do up up to to 125 125 inoculations inoculations a a day. day. Reservations Reservations will will be be taken taken starting starting tomorrow, tomorrow, with with the the first first shots shots being being given given out out on on Thursday. Thursday. I'm I'm Joel Joel Malkin.
Comedian Steve Martin Reveals the Bad News of Getting COVID-19 Vaccine
"Comedy legend, details his covert 19 vaccine experience, actor and comedian Steve Martin, taking to Twitter to playfully share the good news and the bad news about his experience getting the Corona virus vaccine. Good news, he says. I just got vaccinated. The bad news. I got it because I'm 75, adding. Ha Martin goes on to reveal he received the vaccine after waiting in line at New York City's Javits Center. Posting. The process was smooth as silk and hosted to perfection, he says, by the U. S. Army and National Guard, adding, Thank you all. And thank you. Science. Kristen Goodwin. Fox News.
The Dow is set to rise at the open of trading Tuesday
"The business news Stocks begin trading this week after taking the Martin Luther King Jr holiday off yesterday. On Friday, the Dow was down 177 points of 30,814. NASDAQ was down 1414 points. And the S and P was down 27 this morning The futures are pointing to a higher start. We've got the down futures up 164 s and P's up. 25. The NASDAQ futures up 123
In open letter to Dr. King, Stevie Wonder calls for equality
"Singer songwriter Stevie Wonder releases an open letter to Dr Martin Luther King Jr on The holiday honoring the slain civil rights leader in the video, wonder laments the lack of progress against racism. In this 36 years since the holiday became a reality, it makes me physically sick. I am sick of politicians try to find in the easy solution to a 400 year. Problem Wonder once the new administration to form a Truth commission to find solutions and recommendations for
Nurse shares her experience treating COVID-19 patients in Miami and Los Angeles
"L. A county became the first in the nation to hit more than one million cases since the beginning of the pandemic. I see you. Availability remains at 0% at most hospitals. Cherie Perry Smith is a traveling ICU nurse who arrived in L a last week and she stationed at Martin Luther King Jr Community Hospital in south L. A, and she recovered from having Cove it back in October. Welcome to press play, Cherie and Welcome to L A. Thank you, Madeline. Thank you for having me. Well, it's great to have you and this is your fourth station for covert treatment. I believe you were in Atlanta. Miami in Texas. How does the situation in l A compared to those cities? It's really rough. It was probably most comparable to Miami. Honestly, um, is, um I see you capacity is just it's beyond capacity. Um you know him, Okay. It was a 10 bed. I see you, and then it was expanded to 20. And now there are 35. We're still expanding. So it serves a community of 1.8 million in Compton. So it's It's really hard and Nations are The communities being Rod's very heavily. So it reminded me of a lot of Miami. Just limited resource is and people coming in really late in coming in. Really, really Siddiq. Oh, right, because they're putting off treatment because they know that there's very little capacity, right? Right. So people are coming in already, you know, with Multiple organ systems failing. Wow. So when you're comparing it to Miami, what do you mean by that? Take us back to the Miami days and what it looked like I was in Miami over the summer, and that's actually where o'clock clothing on while I was there. I mean, I didn't cover till October, but it was in Miami. It was it was like working. The ICU is normally pretty stable, like you is not like working in the ER. So when I've been er nurse, too, but I preferred ICU because it's always controlled. There's this uncontrolled is done stable, multiple cold's going off with multiple patients. It's a war zone on DATs. What Miami felt like and L a certainly Was very reminiscent of that period of time in my career where the patients are so unpredictable, and it's just when you have multiple people coding at the same time. It's very hard to give them the resources they need, because you're stretched very thin. And so that is what you're seeing now in L. A All right, um, lovely. We have PPE here, Which is my blessing. Just because Miami we were given one gown for patient per day. I was in one in 95 masks for three weeks. I get on in 95 mask every time I come on shift, so I'm grateful for that here, and I can use gowns one time and one time out. I'm grateful that you know people have generously donated to this hospital on we have peopie. But the patients are very, very stick. You know, we have patients in their thirties there. We have mothers. We have fathers. We have just people and it's really sad. You're on zoom calls, and they're saying goodbye and It's very hard. Were you expecting that? MLK has been on CNN. They've been told it the epicenter of the epicenter in L. A On. Guy knew all this going into the assignment, but I think because I had been in Atlanta for a little bit, and that's home. I kind of got used tol like, you know the stability of working in a stable covert unit again and So I was a little triggered when I got here. I had to take a moment to kind of be compressed because, um It took me time, you know, especially after having cold it, you know, to see those patients like that, cause I certainly thought that could have been me too, too. So, um my first night was rough. Umm Cold's going off and I looked like I was, um, orientation precept. It was amazing. All the nurses and staff physicians are amazing at the hospital it working so hard and Even stretched so thin that they said they sent in the National Guard to help us as well. So it's The first night I had to take a moment of my precept and say, Hey, I just need to take a breather. Get out my Mass because I felt those flashbacks coming back from working in Miami and And so many people die in a day. You know, it's really hard. Yeah, it really is. Especially since as you say, we saw these images you know, on the news from Miami over the summer and in other cities as well, New York, Of course in the spring. And yet, here we are. Almost a year into it. You hit the nail on the head. You know, it's like you think you're prepared and you never are. You know, I remember Washington when it was happening December in China, And then I watched in Italy and I watched the New York and Hey, And here we are, Like you said, a year out coming up on one year and and there's no break. It's just you feel like you don't get any respite. No. No rest from from the chaos and I mean, we're even in Texas. When I was in Texas. They had a mobile morgue Did er there? And, um You know, it's and I'm hoping with the vaccines rolling out, you know things will we kind of get herd immunity, But even nurses, there's physician. There's people that are very skeptical about it. And I've had both of my doses now, but I think that that's gonna be a problem with getting the pandemic under control is the apprehension to give back to native Can you explain that to me
Dr. Martin Luther King honored in New York City
"Honor honor the the message message and and spirit spirit of of the the Reverend Reverend Dr Dr Martin Martin Luther Luther King King Jr Jr on on the the Monday Monday closest closest to to his his birthday. birthday. Dr Dr King's King's fight fight for for Equality Equality and and Justice Justice for all continues today. This year. The pandemic forced the cancelations of gatherings for day of service events, but The National Action Network in Harlem. The mayor and governor were among those joining Reverend Al Sharpton for an annual celebration of King's legacy, Mayor de Blasio said. Those who don't believe in equality don't deserve to work for New York City. Let's be clear on this King Day. There's no room for any racist in public service. They need to be gone. That there is no room for any white supremist list in public service or in any uniforms anywhere in America. They need to be fired. Now around the country. King's words are especially resonant right now. Margaret Wong is the president of the Southern Poverty Law Center. And on this MLK Day she reflected on the uprising at the Capitol Less than two weeks ago, they pointed out that hate does not drive out hate. Only love can do that. And it can be very hard to hate. Those toe. Love those who hate you, but it is more important than ever that we understand what drives that hate. Also important to help the poor Martin Luther King led the fight. Against poverty and we need to restore that, and one adds the Biden administration is a start. But we have to commit ourselves to enabling their efforts to be felt and doing what we can in our communities to help one another. I'm surely antler. Wins
Biden volunteered in Philadelphia to mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day
"Elect Joe Biden is spending Martin Luther King Day packing food boxes in Philadelphia abide in his wife participated in a feeding America event called Phil Abundance this morning of both wearing masks and gloves are packing boxes in a cove in 19 friendly outdoor assembly line. Meantime, Vice President elect Kamila Harris and her husband were also seen packing supplies at a food bank in Washington, D. C.
‘The Embrace’: Boston Looks Ahead To MLK Memorial As Monuments Come Down Across US
"Push to get a memorial to Dr King here in Boston, as well as to his wife, Coretta Scott King in the city where they met is finally moving forward. After years of planning, a memorial in Boston is edging closer to becoming reality. The statue called the Embrace will honor Dr King and his wife, Coretta Scott, where the couple met and study together. Back in the 19 fifties work on the $9.5 Million.22 foot high bronze sculpture showing four arms embracing his ex Actually to begin in March. It will be installed on Boston common near the site of a 1965 rally and March, led by Martin Luther King Junior who would have turned 92 years old on Friday.
When the FBI Spied on Martin Luther King Jr.
"A new documentary out today called. Mlk fbi which traces the ways in which the fbi was surveilling. Martin luther king junior towards the end of his life as well as other black activists in an attempt to tamp down the civil rights movements directed by legendary filmmaker sam pollard. This documentary is based on a nineteen eighty one book by historian david garrow as well as documents released by the national archives in two thousand seventeen and two thousand eighteen quoting the atlantic. Mlk fbi arrows attempts to stifle the civil rights movement through coordinated efforts to spy on king with the hope of discrediting his righteous public image with king as with many black activists since the beginning of the twentieth century. The fbi surveillance wasn't an isolated obsession. It was part of a long running effort to keep black americans from acquiring institutional power. Pohlad told me the film traces. Exactly how the surveillance of king started how it was conducted and the effects it had on his life end quote using tons of archival footage and interviews with firsthand witnesses. The film illustrates how. Fbi's surveillance of black americans began as part of fbi director. Jaeger hoover's obsession with rooting out. Communism believing black people to be more susceptible to political manipulation as their efforts became more focused specifically on martin luther king junior and his growing influence. The fbi sought to expose his extramarital affairs as a way of discrediting him to the public and his followers but director sample are noted to npr's fresh air quote would hoover didn't bank on was back in the sixties. The press did not take the bait. They didn't reveal the personal lives of these public figures. They didn't do with john kennedy. They didn't do with others and they didn't do it. With dr king and quotes and while this documentary serves as a needed reminder. That martin luther king junior was not universally revered in his time there could be wearing that paints too negative a picture of him by including personal details like the affairs he had producer. Benjamin heddon said a our approach however quote he wouldn't be d- mythology someone he would simply be portraying him with responsibility and sympathy the way he would subject in his documentaries who was not known to the wider public and quotes and hannah georgia's said in the atlantic quote. Mlk fbi offers an important corrective to prevailing myths about king and his principles of nonviolent resistance. Which were not in fact. Widely embraced as my colleague. Van newkirk wrote in two thousand eighteen hostility toward the civil rights. Movement turned into a cherry. Pick celebration of the revolutions victories over segregation in over easily caricatured gap toothed bigots in the south and quotes and continuing georgia's. The reality was that opposition to king into the racial progress. He symbolized was restricted by region or by political affiliation diplomats and republicans alike had turned against king by his later years especially after he voiced objection to the vietnam war. It's impossible to separate the fbi's decades long commitment to tracking black activists from its relative failure to address the credible threats posed by white nationalists including those that surfaced with last week's deadly attack on the capital the fbi surveilling king and using dubious reasoning to do so isn't altogether shocking for much of the country's history sabotaging black rebellion by any means necessary has been integral to preserving white political power. The new and still contested development is finally accepting black people as active participants in american democracy and quotes.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy
"Today is Martin Luther King Day a day when we look back on Dr King's commitment to nonviolent civil disobedience to advance civil rights and reflect on his famous 1963 speech delivered here in D, C. I have a dream. A little Children. One day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin. But by the content of their character, I agree. Following last year's death of a black man, George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer and this month's deadly attack on the U. S Capitol by supporters of President Trump include including far right extremists. Is Dr King's dream still alive? Well, joining us now to talk about that Maya King with politico who covers politics, race and campaigns. My It's always good to talk to you. Thank you so much for joining us today. Hi. Thanks for having me. What might Dr King think of the protests going on today? How far have we really come on racial issues as we mark his birthday. I think it's king were alive today he would be able to draw a number of parallels between his time in his experience and activism and what we've seen really over the past 12 months, with massive protests and civil disobedience, calling out Systemic racism and police violence on But of course, the current threat that we face of violence largely led by white supremacist groups, who have felt largely emboldened by a number of Government leaders of these are things that Martin Luther King also warned us against, and said that you know if America really did continue to try to advance on the platform or legacy of racism and racial terror. That that could cause issues for more than just racial minorities. But the broader community that we see across this country and I think that's especially evident, of course, looking at just how tight security is around Wednesday's inauguration.
Indiana Attorneys Offer Free Legal Counsel as Tribute to Dr. King
"In the spirit of martin luther king junior's messages of equality and justice indiana's legal community is offering free legal counsel today to those in need kelsey kotnik with the indiana state bar association. There's so many hoosiers who are needing help because of the pandemic has just made everything worse for so many people and the entire indian illegal system has kind of come together to make sure that hoosiers can get the legal help that they need. But there's such a demand. The indiana bar has hosted. Its talk to a lawyer today. Program for nearly twenty years. As an annual tribute to dr
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"This episode covers the fourth to the tenth of january. Qt five dot fifteen fixes no longer open about a year after the initial announcement cutie. Five fifteen's lts branches now close to the outside contributors and commercial only with chief maintain lars knoll urging open source developers to move to ut six dotto while the version bump and migration was expected. Not everything that was available in cutie. Five fifteen will be available in six dotto including some binary compatibility and modules the problems. This move poses. Our problems of security and stability developers must either four cutie five fifteen and put in the work tobacco patches from the six dot o. branch or move to six. Oh while knowing. Their software may behave unpredictably or flat out lose functionality. the links port for apples in one gets name. Hector martin has named this project to make it official asahi. Which is the japanese name for the macintosh and also means rising sun. The first target is the in one. Mac mini but all in one based hardware is within the scope and eventually later versions. As well martin will be using arch lennox arm as a base and the result will eventually be a remix however support is expected to make it into other distributions as patches get it the asahi linens website notes. Asahi lennox is a community and everyone is invited to contribute fire. Fox is getting a visual. Refresh above zillow meta bug has been created to track the progress of fire. Foxes new visual refresh dubbed fire fox proton the color palette gets turquoise and pastel refresh the buttons and other controls get a flat look and color gradient and much more most notably though the open menu will now adapt to what a user clicks on the most and fold up the things that aren't used as much this update which could easily change shape in the coming days will likely release with fire fox. Eighty nine expected in mid-may here the notable updates this episode lennox men twenty one. You lysa and upgrade paths out with hypnotic cy. Btv hardware accelerated video. Playback and more ex- ticks deepen twenty-one dot one out based on deepen twenty one with colonel five dot
Full Circle Weekly News #196 - burst 2 - Expand 1
"This episode covers the fourth to the tenth of january. Qt five dot fifteen fixes no longer open about a year after the initial announcement cutie. Five fifteen's lts branches now close to the outside contributors and commercial only with chief maintain lars knoll urging open source developers to move to ut six dotto while the version bump and migration was expected. Not everything that was available in cutie. Five fifteen will be available in six dotto including some binary compatibility and modules the problems. This move poses. Our problems of security and stability developers must either four cutie five fifteen and put in the work tobacco patches from the six dot o. branch or move to six. Oh while knowing. Their software may behave unpredictably or flat out lose functionality. the links port for apples in one gets name. Hector martin has named this project to make it official asahi. Which is the japanese name for the macintosh and also means rising sun. The first target is the in one. Mac mini but all in one based hardware is within the scope and eventually later versions. As well martin will be using arch lennox arm as a base and the result will eventually be a remix however support is expected to make it into other distributions as patches get it the asahi linens website notes. Asahi lennox is a community and everyone is invited to contribute fire. Fox is getting a visual. Refresh above zillow meta bug has been created to track the progress of fire. Foxes new visual refresh dubbed fire fox proton the color palette gets turquoise and pastel refresh the buttons and other controls get a flat look and color gradient and much more most notably though the open menu will now adapt to what a user clicks on the most and fold up the things that aren't used as much this update which could easily change shape in the coming days will likely release with fire fox. Eighty nine expected in mid-may here the notable updates this episode lennox men twenty one. You lysa and upgrade paths out with hypnotic cy. Btv hardware accelerated video. Playback and more ex- ticks deepen twenty-one dot one out based on deepen twenty one with colonel five
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"My what a lot of good news. And we've only got to august so alan. What did we find my gosh. This was just amazing the national museum of computing virtual tour. And obviously if it's difficult for you to get to the national museum of computing which it might be then virtual tories just as good because the way they've done it in such a way that you could virtually walk around the museum and zoom in on their exhibits and look at the posters on the wall and move from room to room and it was just so beautifully done that you could just meander around museum like he would in real life but there was nobody to bump into and nobody getting your way. Nobody standing in front of the exhibits. You could just meander around your leisure and revisit anytime so you can go back to that website now and have another look around the museum. It's fantastic. i love it. Brilliant and shortly after we found that jupiter broadcasting friends of the show announced that they are independent again. They threw off the shackles of their to become an independent broadcasting network once again and we wish them all the best and still continue to do say martin abandon september welinsk september building on the news of the novo's bringing their range of workstations With in june. Hp announced z series workstations and. Mobile workstations are larussa. Going to start shipping with into on that completed the trio of the three Sort of top tier one. Oem's announced shipping up onto on their devices. Excellent yeah it's great to have more choice When you when you to buy laptop. There's all these little boutique people like the system. Seventy six and the tuxedo or that having big brand names that people know and recognize available directly from their website that you can order a machine with a bounty preinstalled gives a lot more confidence for two as well because people then
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"If it's difficult for you to get to the national museum of computing which it might be then virtual tories just as good because the way they've done it in such a way that you could virtually walk around the museum and zoom in on their exhibits and look at the posters on the wall and move from room to room and it was just so beautifully done that you could just meander around museum like he would in real life but there was nobody to bump into and nobody getting your way. Nobody standing in front of the exhibits. You could just meander around your leisure and revisit anytime so you can go back to that website now and have another look around the museum. It's fantastic. i love it. Brilliant and shortly after we found that jupiter broadcasting friends of the show announced that they are independent again. They threw off the shackles of their to become an independent broadcasting network once again and we wish them all the best and still continue to do say martin abandon september welinsk september building on the news of the novo's bringing their range of workstations With in june. Hp announced z series workstations and. Mobile workstations are larussa. Going to start shipping with into on that completed the trio of the three Sort of top tier one. Oem's announced shipping up onto on their devices. Excellent yeah it's great to have more choice When you when you to buy laptop. There's all these little boutique people like the system. Seventy six and the tuxedo or that having big brand names that people know and recognize available
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"Hello everybody. Welcome to the podcast. It season thirteen episode forty its final episode of the year and of season thirteen. It wasn't that unlucky after all. Hey i'd say a big. Thank you to everyone who us this year with our patriot. Subscriptions and with one off paypal contributions now as usual as law show of the year. We are going to be going on hiatus for a couple of months at the beginning of next year to give us and all of you break so martin. Would you explain what's going to happen with our patriot. Wall we off air. Yes so the first thing that's going to happen is there will be a payment taken On january the first or wherever you know the first week of january is and that will be the money that we used to pay for the december production costs but then we will pause patriot fan taking money for a to podcast until we return or if indeed we return because you know had curry yet and decided if we're going to do this again but we will be posing the patriots whilst we're off the air great if you're subscribed and continue to support as they continue to be subscribed to take your money without giving you poker tests and in the meantime how in what have you been upset recently. Well just in time for the last episode. I have removed the audio. That was plaguing My system and also doubled my Speed on my desktop pizza. Why was this the same fix. Both it was it was one fix. That did things it turns out. I exam ethan. Overpower adapters teepee link devices. Because my office is like the complete opposite end of house from the internet connection and to get it here. I didn't run ethan at just use of
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"Without let's get on with the show you and as is the last show of the year we thought we would have a bit of a retrospective on all of the good news. That happened in twenty twenty. So let's begin back in episode one on the twenty fourth of march martin. What good news did you find. I was delighted by alan running the Boon to will pay her weld cup and hardy. Heroin being voted as the all time favorite of boon to desktop wallpaper. Who would possibly have seen that result coming out windows but what transpired is I did a bit of archaeology. And we dug up the original artwork for the and we were able to reproduce a full cave version which was included in the focal. Lts released later in the year. Nice brilliant and speaking of that lts release. We had more news in april. Yes indeed april was of course the release of the focal phosa lts release. And you know. I think for allen as much as for me you know. This is a a landmark for us. The lts's a very important but you know personally. This was my first time round being you know Engineering director for desktops. Oh it will it. Was you know real milestone for me personally and professionally and this is now the destroy. That's going to be out there for the next five years running on an array of laptops and workstations allen. Yeah following on from that. There was a nice community laid up until testing week that we talked about back in episode three. I think this year and the thing i loved about that was it was community oriented. They didn't have to ask permission. They didn't have to you. Know get canonical approval to do this. It was just a bunch of people who decided. Let's get together and get some testing of four before it's released organized it for all of the flavors and it really helps a lot more. People were had more eyeballs on on twenty four than previous releases so it was very welcome. That people were
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"Without let's get on with the show you and as is the last show of the year we thought we would have a bit of a retrospective on all of the good news. That happened in twenty twenty. So let's begin back in episode one on the twenty fourth of march martin. What good news did you find. I was delighted by alan running the Boon to will pay her weld cup and hardy. Heroin being voted as the all time favorite of boon to desktop wallpaper. Who would possibly have seen that result coming out windows but what transpired is I did a bit of archaeology. And we dug up the original artwork for the and we were able to reproduce a full cave version which was included in the focal. Lts released later in the year. Nice brilliant and speaking of that lts release. We had more news in april. Yes indeed april was of course the release of the focal phosa lts release. And you know. I think for allen as much as for me you know. This is a a landmark for us. The lts's a very important but you know personally. This was my first time round being you know Engineering director for desktops. Oh it will it. Was you know real milestone for me personally and professionally and this is now the destroy. That's going to be out there for the next five years running on an array of laptops and workstations allen. Yeah following on from that. There was a nice community laid up until testing week that we talked about back in episode three. I think this year and the thing i loved about that was it was community oriented. They didn't have to ask permission. They didn't have to you. Know get canonical approval to do this. It was just a bunch of people who decided. Let's get together and get some testing of four before it's released organized it for all of the flavors and it really helps a lot more. People were had more eyeballs on on twenty four
"martin" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen. Nicholson. Where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people events and even the places that shaped the story of Christianity. This is our story. How family history let's get started. On this episode, five minutes in Church history. We are returning to the reformation and talking about a reformer that you might have never heard of before Martin Micronesia's he was born in fifteen, twenty, three engagement and Flanders when I hear the word gant or the place can't always think of the altarpiece that beautiful painting. So Martin Mike Kronius is Dutch. It appears that he was a medical doctor and studied medicine, and there's even testimony that he published medical works. But then he got intrigued by the reformation and became a reformer he studied at Basel at Strasbourg, and then in fifteen forty nine, he went to London there in London he became associated with John Alaska this was the Polish reformer who also ended up in London And he and Martin my Kronius and a few others were intent on establishing a little Geneva in London. This would be a place for a European reformers to be in. London, they were not Lutherans. Anglicans they were reformed and they were trying to carve out a place for themselves. Well, he lasco published a few works to help for the liturgy and in the work by Martin. Is was published in London in fifteen, fifty four. He says this on the Ministry of the word. No church gathering is ever held among us in which the church is not taught to some extent from God's word in order for it to be edified, admonished and comforted, and for very good reasons, the scriptures are not expounded in sermons on is located parentheses as in the practice among the papists. Instead we take some book of the Bible either from the old or the New Testament, and we expound it from the beginning to the end in all sermons. We successfully read from this book as much as can be edifying, -Ly and properly expounded and explained within one hour. If necessary the ministers of the word are also admonished not to go too much beyond the scope of their text in their preaching rather they should as much as possible take all their teaching admonishment exhortation rebuke in comfort from the present text. So there you have it, you stick with the text, but you also see that this sermon was an hour long. So these Dutch as we know are tough the service that he also was trying to get established. There at this church in London, we not only have the sermon. In fact, it would start off with a prayer prayer for elimination. Then there'd be the Lord's prayer. Then they'd read a psalm. Then they'd read a scripture that the sermon was from and then you'd have the sermon the hour long sermon. Then they would pray for strength and by that, they mean to live out the meaning of that sermon and to live out the application of that sermon. then. They would read the Decalogue, the Ten Commandments. Yes. Every Sunday reading through the Ten Commandments. Then there would be a brief admonishment related to the Ten Commandments. Then there would be a confession of sin than there would be a prayer of forgiveness and then there would be a warning to the impertinent those that were not willing to confess their sins. Then, they'd recite the apostles creed than there would be prayers for intercession of the congregation than the Lord's prayer. Then another psalm, then a- benediction and that was the service that Martin my Kronius was trying to establish there in. London. Well, all of these efforts came to a halt when Edward the six died and he was replaced by his half sister. Mary. And you know this is the time of Marian exiles and One of those exiles was Martin my Kronius he ended up in Norton in Germany, which is on the North Sea. while. He was there. He held some debates with Meno Simon's yes of the Mennonites and he also published his catechism in fifteen, fifty five in Dutch and it was there in Norton that he died fifteen, fifty nine well, that is Martin, my Kronius, the Dutch reformer in London. I'm Steve Nichols thanks for listening to five minutes in Church history. For more information or to listen to past episodes, please visit five minutes in Church history.
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"martin" Discussed on American Skyjacker: The Final Flight of Martin McNally
"True features the often weird but always true stories of strange events unforgettable moments. Each episode explores unusual obscure sometimes funny. Sometimes creepy stories stories that are so bizarre that you won't believe the real. But. They are because. They're true. Listen and subscribe to true right now on apple podcasts or wherever you get your favorite shows. Available. Now from imperative entertainment and Texas monthly a new tin far podcasters called boomtown about the biggest boom in history. Boomtown takes you to a rugged corner of West. Texas were roughnecks and billionaire wildcatters are fueling a boom. So big, it's reshaping our climate, our economy and our geopolitics. You'll get an inside look at the people cashing in and those whose lives are turned upside down. Find weekly episodes boomtown wherever you get your podcasts. Martin McNally's life had followed a consistent pattern of day to day monotony. Punctuated by short stretches of intense chaos and change. And Twenty nineteen followed a similar pattern. He spent much of his days watching true crime documentaries that often featured his former prison buddies and feeding cats. then. It was punctuated by a new kind of chaos. Cataracts. Had begun to cloud both of his baby blue eyes, and by the time we take our trip to Barbara Oswald's grave. Mac Is, half blind. A few months later, his health would take another hit. As the summer heat settled on Saint Louis Mac would have doctors at the local. Va. Medical. Center would diagnose. As a minor stroke. then. As fall began the landlord of Max apartment building where Mac lived for the vast majority of life since getting out of prison. Informed him the dilapidated building had been sold. and Mac would have to move out by the end of the month. All of this would be incredibly stressful for anyone. Of. Any. Age. But. For Seventy Five Year Old Loner Who suddenly found himself going blind and about to be homeless. It meant once again, finding a way to survive. MAC began by reaching out to his family in Detroit who had been mutually written off decades before back when he assumed he was destined to die in prison. His youngest sister, Claire answered his call giving back a rental property that she owned to live in. One of the very first things I'm going to do is take the king size bed and I'll probably said it on the floor in order to sleep simpler on her way and go to sleep. She arrives the final week of October, a cargo van towing a trailer to help Mac, move all his worldly possessions, including spot, and SPEC, on the five hundred plus Mile Journey back to Detroit. Is it. Good. We could lead I can find a new one. Real we'll take it. Over SLUGGERS,.
"martin" Discussed on American Skyjacker: The Final Flight of Martin McNally
"It was about a month later that I got official notice from the pro commission. That you're going to be paroled. I, mean I was lated. Here I am going home I'm getting out of prison. And I thought I was never going to get on a prison. So, of course I'm happy. Tickled Pink. I got about ten or eleven thousand dollars cash in my account. So I'm not leaving prison broke like most prisoners to. I was told by the case manager that my release date would be January twenty seventh twenty ten. And approximately one pm on that day I walked off the front door. And I'll be honestly frank with you. I. Felt like doing a Jig dance jumping up and down and dance a little bit and so forth. All right happy happy days while but I didn't do that because I didn't want people to think that this guy is screwy. Louis. He's going to be right back looking him getting all the prison acting like a screwball right away. I didn't do that. I just walked out the door and the penitentiary had a an inmate truckdriver. There to take me to the bus station. In, two thousand and ten, thirty, eight years after hijacking a commercial airplane and leading federal authorities on a five day manhunt across the Midwest. Martin McNally had finally been paroled from prison. Standing in a bus station in central California neck asked himself the same existential questions that would occur to anyone who had just spent the majority of their life in prison. What.
"martin" Discussed on American Skyjacker: The Final Flight of Martin McNally
"The standoff between Robin Oswald authorities went on for most of a day. As far as they were concerned, she was a crazy person armed with a bomb and threatening to murder every passenger on board. If Garrett shrapnel wasn't released from prison, there were FBI sharpshooters that had taken positions all around the airport perimeter. Kind of. In the weeds. In the. Rough landscape that surrounded the airport. So there were a lot of law enforcement people out there that Robert could see the time. But as the hours passed Robbins composure began to crack. Problems. Not Sophisticated. Horrible hijackers she's a kid did something stupid. But she got a little tense is the son started a set. And the people on board the plane. Song Opportunity. Then we're able to get individuals off the plane. Good. Natured people on the plane. Some of the guys stand up blocker view while they blocked our view people get off the plane I was just one of those things. Even as the sunset and passengers were sneaking off the plane. Robin stock to her only demand. Bring me Garrett trap now. But back at the courthouse in Benton Illinois. Martin McNally was starting to lose faith. For hours and hours waited. TREADMILL didn't usually chain smoke but that particular day he did chain smoke. At about seven or eight o'clock. I told traffic is over. We are going anywhere. And Max? Instincts were right. Though she'd been mentored by notoriously manipulative criminal with decades of experience Robbins efforts were no match for an FBI negotiator. Eventually, the negotiator was able to. determined that what she had was. Not Any dynamite there was simply a. Breakdown of a car is you know those kinds of flares that she had jets a belt wire wrapped around with a bell compressive, but it wasn't going to do anything. Get off the plane and she was restrained getting off the plane physically restrained not in handcuffs at a particular time and when she came up, shave recognize me they are in giving me a hug and said, she was sorry a said Robin. You know what you did was wrong never should have been done. Let's see that we can make the best of this right now. you need to go with these with the rest of the agents over here with the police, and now you're going to be arraigned and that's what's happening into the best of my knowledge. I never talked to Robin again after that. The jury came in and we were brought back into the court. And they announced. Guilty on all counts. Everything Julian everything. So then we went back into marshalls cage. Ming. Copter. Soft leg earns an coast they said let's go. Good evening, a D. C. Nine jetliner was hijacked today by a teenaged girl on a bizarre mission in the sky over southern Illinois, the girl's mother had been killed this year in another hijack attempt. It isn't insane connection I mean for someone. Who Barely? Had any contact with either of these women. I mean, just in the visiting room at the prison to convince two ladies to risk their lives, and in one case, give up their lives. To break him out of prison. That's extraordinary. And then four Garrett to convince Martin that. This escape attempt was a viable plan. You know that's yet another example of he is ability to persuade people because. There was no way. I mean the influential power that Garrett track now must have had over people I. Still Shake my head today at this guy I mean, it's unbelievable. I don't know that I've ever heard of anybody quite like trump. No. treadmill was imprisoned for Nineteen seventy-two hijacking is described by prison authorities as an extreme escape risk, and he discussed this obsession last year with Dan Rather on sixty minutes I've been here for six years. Without. You have nothing. Just, an Evil Person Garrett project levels evil. He did whatever he could get away with that would benefit him and him alone and care about anybody else cared broadcast now. Everybody looks law enforcement is kind of a black and white set of circumstances. You know it's either good or bad. We live in a world of grey. This very little white and very little black. And so you have to think about. What goes on in people's lives, what stimulating and what what prompted them to do what they did stupid as it might have been why did they do it in other salvageable and I think in this particular case? She was salvageable. She had to pay the price, but I, think she probably learned from that horrible mistake. In the end. Robin Oswald. was tried as a juvenile but her life and the lives of her family members would never be the same. Here's M. Are Oswald. Again. After the hijacking the press was just all over the place. There was so much misinformation out there they talked to her hairdresser. In fact, we couldn't even get out of my mom's house. We were just basically captives inside the house. Robin served her time at the Manager Foundation, a clinic and Sanatorium for mental wellness in Houston. Texas. Robin changed her name and tried to move on. Without going into specifics to protect your privacy as a victim, she suffered enormously during the next decade. Due to her well publicized crime that was exploited in the tabloid press holding down a job and starting over was virtually impossible. Her life in essence. had been ruined. The tragic affects that Garrett. Trap Nell and by Association Martin McNally had on the Oswald family. We're never lost on MAC. In fact. It still haunts him to this day. I'm really really regretful in. Sorry. We destroyed. Farmer Oswald inner daughter. We really brought. Bad things into their life. I always felt very bad about. Involving hurriedness but We were masters. ME AND TRAP No. We're meisters. But That's the way it goes. We. Would have done anything to get out. Of Prison. Okay next question. A result of the events of nineteen seventy, eight Martin McNally was given another life sentence for air piracy. Seventy five years for kidnapping. And five years each on charges of attempted escape and conspiracy. The years were added consecutively to his life sentence from nineteen, seventy two. and. All told McNally's release date was now set for the unimaginably distant year of twenty, eighty two. Despite his best efforts. It seemed Martin McNally was destined. To die in prison. Unless of course. He had one more escape attempt left in him..
"martin" Discussed on American Skyjacker: The Final Flight of Martin McNally
"My father was a jock and he was owned by the Philadelphia Phillies. Organization for his entire life from age eighteen till he died because he was signed before the free agents clause. Came into effect. So in those days when a ball club purchased your contract, they own you for life. That's Martin. ASS enough writer Elliott astronauts son. Long before he ever crossed paths with Garrett shrapnel before you could even call themselves on author. Elliot Played Baseball. He played for the Philly's for a little while in their farm system went into World War. Two. And served four years in the Aleutian islands as a lieutenant. He managed the base newspaper and radio because he had a degree in English his corporal was Dashiell Hammett. Writer who created a detective noir. Genre. My Dad was a twenty one year, old lieutenant and Dashiell Hammett with a forty year old corporal. After the war he was sort of radicalized when he came home and found many of his friends had died in war and. America had fourteen thousand new millionaires. Who had profited. From the war profiteering. Aimless and searching for a new career Elliott moved to New York City in the late nineteen forties drawn to the creative pulse of Manhattan's vibrant arts and entertainment scene. My father was very. Excited by. Theater and movies and books and part and stuff like that. And he was dating, read them Rano at the time and. She wanted to go see all of the plays. Yes. That's the same Rita, Moreno who more than a decade later, who wouldn't a best supporting actress Oscar for her role in west side story and was recently honored with the Presidential Medal of freedom. So they went to see Mr Roberts where my mother was the female lead, the only female in the cast at the time. Oh I guess I should mention my mother's name was Jocelyn Brando. Her brother was Marlon. Brando. After the show they went out to eat and there was Jocelyn and Marlon at a table and they sat down and. Had, dinner together and by the end of the meal, Marlin had the hots for reader Marino. And, my dad ended up taking Jocelyn home. And that's where they got together. She was just finishing a divorce at the time when my mother got divorced from her her husband. Then my dad buried her the next weekend. Thought I came along.
"martin" Discussed on American Skyjacker: The Final Flight of Martin McNally
"These guys is F.. B.. I. Agents. They had me finger right then and they had pistols shotguns they had rifles and they may have even had machine guns. At that point there, I can actually see in the vibrations of these agents. As they get off their triggers may say job your hands in. Turn off the car and everything. Open the door and get the car. Neil. Welsh was the man in charge of the Detroit FBI and it was him who said are you Martin Mcnally? WHO WHO's he? and. The chief of police was there from wind die and he knew me. He? That Sam Neill Welk's than director of the FBI. Says Martin mcnall, you are under arrest for suspicion of aircraft piracy, cover them up. Put my hands in back and we. Put me in the car. And that moment five days after the hijacking would mark the end of Max Freedom for many years to come Martin McNally Twenty, eight years old Navy veteran unemployed devote I was held on one hundred, thousand dollars. Bail today in. Detroit. Was arrested June twenty eighth nineteen seventy-two and charged with two counts of air piracy. A federal offense that carried with it. A potential death sentence he was held on a bond of one hundred thousand dollars. McNally. Lived in this house in a quiet street where some neighbors described him as quite normal others. Saw Him alone with hardly any would've expected the trail of evidence collected earlier two point to Martin. McNally. For, everyone who knew him in and around wind dot Michigan the news reported on the front page of the paper. The next morning came as an utter shock especially for the mcnally family. It was astonishment. in shock. And certainly, disappointment far as my ex wife. I think she was stoned startled to shocked everybody was. They couldn't believe it. Reality now began to set in for Mac. And with it. Shame. The aftershocks of Max arrest went far beyond his family. They showed one associated with them. especially wall, Public Hausky. He was in a bar till about one o'clock. Drinking. And he went home and he told his wife, he says I think I should turn myself in. Favor. Probably ski is why said well, if you think that's what you should do Walter go ahead. What Pella Hausky turned himself in after making three increasingly damning statements he was arrested by the FBI, his loyalty finally catching up with him. Pet lebowski would supply the government's prosecution against. Mac. With critical evidence and testimony. And would ultimately be sentenced to ten years in federal prison after pleading guilty to aiding and abetting. As you might have guessed, MAC would not go down so easily. I told my attorney Frederick Mayor I said there's under no circumstances. Can we go to court in August? We can't go to trial. We've got to investigate how I was arrested was involved in that arrest and how it came about Frederick mayor said The only way we can get this thing delayed is to. File a motion for a competency evaluation and that will set it off and you'll be psychiatric -ly analyzing diagnosed at the federal. Medical Center. The. Legal Strategy here was to buy time in order to find problems with how the FBI. Mac and start poking holes and what was otherwise an open and shut case. In a small victory for the defense, the motion was granted and Mac was transferred to a federal psychiatric prison facility in Springfield Missouri where he would remain until his trial now set for November. In that time, MAC would have repeated confrontations with guards that became increasingly hostile leading the facility to restrict his already limited freedoms. One day tensions boiled over. And a furious smack spit on one of the guards. I don't don't remember exactly why I did that but I was pissed and within a matter of hours door open. Three guards Russian. The myself. And commenced to beat the shit on. Mean they beat me bad bad bad. Might face was like a basketball. Was All all Sloan up and everything? and. Then he left and I was so angry. I tore my mattress tore my blankets a door bevery.
"martin" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"Oh, I wish my sister was okay with orchestras, said Ellie with a CY. I don't think she's going to be able to go. Cassie doesn't like orchestras asked Mama. Oh, not just orchestras. It's big rooms all of it. She doesn't like it. When she really wants to see me, so she's feeling pretty sad about it. Well. Martin used to feel the same way, said Mama, as she put her hand on his shoulder, but he has certain things that he knows to do that. Really Helps Right Martin. Yeah said Martin. You could try those. Could you show them to me when I come to your house on? Tuesday asked Ellie. Are you going to baby. Sit Us. Asked Sylvia hopefully. Yes, she is, said Mama when daddy and I meeting in town. Actually, why don't you bring Cassie? That would be so fun, said Sylvia nodding her head. She's my age, isn't she? She, six said Ellie, raising her eyebrows a little. Are you sure yes, said Mama. That way Martin can show Cassie in person. If we do baby burrito than I want to do it to said Sylvia as she tugged Mama's arm a little. Baby. burrito asked Ellie with a smile. Yeah when you get wrapped up like a Burrito said Sylvia, but that's just for grown ups to do. Said Mama I'll tell his mom how to do that. One along with the earplugs, but you can show cassie how to prepare before going into a big show. Like the Animal Games, yes, you can show her. Those remember egg, roll and tip up. Yeah, said Sylvia who was so excited, she clapped. This sounds great. Said Ellie so. CASSIE and I will see you on Tuesday. For the next few days, brother and sister thought about what sort of fun they wanted to have with Ellie. And cassie and by Tuesday morning Martin had compiled a list. So. Sylvia wants to have some stuffed animal time with Cassie I. He said looking at the list, and then we were thinking we'd all go outside and play. Explorers, Ellie really.
"martin" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"On with Mario, Lopez. Your own moral Lopez joining me now on zoom the King of Latin pop man Ricky Martin. Good deceive rather. How are you? How am I? That's a good question. Let me see. If! We'll need a second to answer that question. Interesting. It's been it's been great I'm doing fantastic might have you been I'm good man. You look as always now. It's funny because last time I saw you. We saw each other you and intrigue English. As we were talking about this incredible tour that was about to kick off, and it was it was. It was just an awesome day, and then it seems like moments later. The pandemic it right. It. Really is incredible from from that press conference I was supposed to go to Mexico you. Know I had a tour that I was supposed to right right before we started the slowdown, but you know what it's. It's been really intense. Obviously, the world. The Cosmos God is telling us. We can't make any plans for now. but but I think that the live experience. It's cultural events that we we have to protect, and we have to defend so to be honest. We have not canceled the tour. I'm I I. Don't think it's going to be in September, but we'll see what we're. We're going by what the industry is. Is Planning Charter? Data time, but Yeah, it's it's. It's not the same right. Yeah, we'll just put a little pause on it but I'm sure it'll happen. It's just a matter of. Scheduling the right date when everyone feels, we've got press pause, and then we press play there. You go exactly old school old score. One of the things that I guess is. A positive that I've tried to find during this pandemic and I'm sure you agree because your family guys all the time. We've gotten to spend with family. Right and our kids and kind of just be still with them. It's it's gotta be That's kind of special and and being one place right? You know it's it's. It's been the I'm trying to. Did you hear me? I can hear you great, okay? Money yes, well, you know that the my kids were born on the road, they. Since. They were born. Pretty. The passport is. is filled with stamps. Yeah, they probably have most then mall most thirty five year old people. Are Frequent Flyer miles doing. So, is this the longest state? Still it's our. It's our reality. Right and my. This is my life. They were born into this. My kids always used to ask me that. It's been ten days and we're in the same city. What are we doing next? They're used to be on the road. I am there stability but this time to be in in the house locked in? It's been very interesting, very beautiful I. Ask them every day. How are you feeling today? And.
"martin" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Little out of touch with the world around them and feeling that there's something going on that I'm not in on and it got so severe with me and I believed that it was actually happening kind of paranoia. That people didn't like me and They were whispering really looking back kind of extreme but it was only related to marijuana and then at led into this State OF OF ANXIETY. Which could come over me then but I never smoked pot again but I would still get these anxiety attacks for several years Until I finally understood them and that was A big moment when I did research on it and found what they were because for some reason no doctor told me what it was That it was harmless essentially because I thought it was damaging me every time it would happen but I believe it was a nervousness created from my new job at the smothers brothers comedy hours. Twenty one years old I'd stumbled into this Next level of show business and I was insecure but I could not afford to be insecure and so I had buried that insecurity and of course came out physically Steve Martin speaking to Terry Gross in two thousand eight after a break. We'll continue their conversation. And I'll review the recent Broadway dot com ninetieth birthday salute Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim. I'm David Being Cooley. And this is fresh air. This message comes from. Npr SPONSOR STORY POINT WINES MAKER OF STORY POINT. A bold new wind brand with a rich layered taste profile. Enjoy story point wine while you connect with those you love either at home at a virtual happy hour raise a glass and a story story point believes that the stories we share can bring joy even in trying times visit story point vineyards dot Com Slash. Fresh air to purchase shipping is included in your online order so consider shipping a bottle to a friend. The to this is fresh air. I'm David Cooley. In for Terry Gross back with more of Terry's to eight interview with comedian actor author and musician Steve Martin. He's been honored with both the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor and by the Kennedy Center. And he's also a member of the five timers club along with Tom. Hanks and Alec Baldwin for being a frequent guest host on Saturday night. Live on your first album. Let's get small. You do a bit about the spotlight and before we actually hear the recording of it. I want you to tell us about the first time you did it. Oh I I just had this I I. When I worked at Disneyland. I worked with a woman named Irene. Who was from boxy? Mississippi Missouri Mississippi and She had an expression that she all the time she said well. Excuse me for living. It was just kind of funny and that always stuck in my head so I thought I think I could use something do something with that and and so I told the spotlight operator said whatever I say. Do not change the spot. I am going to ask you to change the spotlight to blue. Do not change it to blue. I had a friend that night up in the next to the booth John McCain whom I still work with recording a banjo album as a matter of fact and I started telling the spotlight operative change the spot and stage. You're telling him this onstage started telling him and at one point. This is the first time ever I ever did it on stage and at one point he was so convinced that I was sincere. He started to reach to change it and Johnson said No. Don't I don't think he wants it anyway? So this is the bit okay. So let's hear it so this is the spotlight bit and This is Steve Martin. And he has a new memoir. Add on stand behind any of these routines forty years later. But go ahead okay. Here's Steve Martin. Mood lighting on this Like to do a thing. Now that's kind of a departure for me. It's going to be more into these a blue spot or something. Nobody back there. That's okay further. Maybe somebody back there okay I guess you figured closing night. You know what that doesn't make any difference kind of pissed off about this because I'm going on all week by now. Have it under control see. This club has been business about five or six years. It was. I actually the Troubadour at first and then it became the boarding house and you know they still have a lot of hippies working here and I can understand the drug thing so they feel that. It's more important to take the dogs to do a good show for I. I'm really up to here with this It's just a matter that you know I am on state and it's my house hunter. You know what I mean and I come out and I'm giving and I'm giving I'm giving keep giving and I guess more than I make a simple possibly have a blue but I guess the lightning groove usually know a little bit more about show business than I do in business a few years and I think I know what works best. Sorry I I get a little cooperation from the backstage ex. That Steve Martin from his first album. Let's get small now. People seem to be with you throughout this. I mean were there already hip to what you were doing The San Francisco because that was a home base for me and I was really stupid in that. It took me a while to figure out. Oh this act doesn't work everywhere. I I was just reading in book before. We started the passage about the Hubbub Club in Winston Salem North Carolina. Which was a members only Bring your own booze. You know Club that I just died just died so badly I was just rereading I remember one night. I was onstage getting no laughs and a guy said to his date. I don't get any of this really loud and I heard inserted. It actually made me laugh because I didn't either I. At that time I was going so badly. But then I would go to San Francisco and Where the audience was younger and more within more stoned and And it would go great. I took me so long to figure out how it's a different type of audience. I shouldn't be playing these other places. They're they're soul killing to me so the boarding house and the troubadour in La. We'll good in the ice house and different clubs around the country when when you started in comedy it was before the Comedy Club era. So you couldn't play the comedy clubs. Were weren't any but there are a lot of like folk music clubs. Did the fact that you had the Banjo in the act. Give clubs the opportunity or the excuse to hire you. Even though you weren't a conventional musician well looking back I. I never thought of that but I think they. The clubs would hire comedians. They were always the opening act Unless they were big names But you know I. I put the Banjo. I put the magic in to fill time because I didn't have enough comedy material and all that just stayed and Looking back I remember. It was Playing Club in Los Angeles called lead betters and some some very funny people were working the clubs to they weren't comedians. They were in folk groups but they were just funny. And I I did my act and I always closed with a magic Section like a five minute magic little mini magic show and my friend came up and said I got a line for you. I said what he says. Oh I know what you're thinking. This is just another Banjo Magic Act and you know I thought of it that way but looking back that. What was the Banjo doing there by? I like to play the Banjo and I can say it filled time and I could get eventually. I worked up bits with it. Our guest is Steve Martin. Teri gross interviewed him in two thousand eight more after a break. This is fresh air support for this podcast and the following message come from trade trading isn't for everyone but each rate is whether it's saving for rainy day or your retirement each rate has you covered. They can help you check financial goals off your list and with a team of professionals giving you support when you need it. You can be confident that your money is working hard for you. 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"martin" Discussed on Fresh Air
"In for Terry Gross today one of our favorite interviews from the fresh air archive with comedian writer and actor Steve Martin when he started doing comedy in the One Thousand Nine Hundred Seventy S. His audiences often didn't know what to make of him. His material was somewhere between performance. Art and Vaudeville as a kid. He sold guidebooks in Disneyland and hung out in magic shops while spending hours working up. A MAGIC ACT Steve. Martin tells us about his years as a stand up comic and why he ended that part of his career and we'll hear some of his early stand up performances. Also I'll view the recent ninetieth birthday salute to Broadway composer. Lyricist Stephen Sondheim which remains available in its entirety on the Internet hint. Don't miss it today on fresh air. One of our favorite interviews from our archive. Terry's conversation with comedian actor and writer. Steve Martin he's also an accomplished bluegrass musician and has been posting occasional videos on social media playing. Banjo in the woods. Last month he visited. Cbs is the late show with Stephen. Colbert in a special. Socially distanced comedy bit with Coal Bear sequestered inside his house and Martin with his guitar strolling in a forest determined to sing a song. That Cole Bear is just as determined not to here so we go now. Live Steve Martin in the middle of the woods. Hi Steve Steven. Thanks for having me on. Well Steve You're certainly. I was thinking that something we as people need to remember. Right now is that we are all one. We tasty. Sorry to interrupt you there. I was just curious. How are we seeing you on video? So deep in the woods. Oh that's interesting. My Doorbell Cam has a four mile range which reminds me even in uncertain times when neighbors can't come to our door. We are still part of a global neighborhood. We do but I was. I was really just hoping to talk with you and just enjoy some human connection. Well that is so important. Steve and I was just talking about human connection with my good friend. Alexa and she had some interesting things to say. Mainly it's important to remember that we stay that as a desert just a beautiful message. But if he's Steve. Martin has been making people laugh often with highly conceptual humor since the nineteen sixties when he was a staff writer on the smothers brothers. Comedy Hour in the Seventies. He became a major stand up comedy star filling arenas with his fans. He rose to fame along with his new. Tv show called Saturday night live on which he made many memorable appearances as a wild and crazy guy a medieval barber and a fan of King Tut eventually the fame that brought him huge audiences also made it impossible for him to do the kind of comedy that made him original. He starred in movies from the jerk to parenthood and in recent years has also written plays essays and books and toured with both his bluegrass band and with friend and fellow. Comic Martin. Short Steve Martin won the Mark Twain Prize for American humor in two thousand five and was a Kennedy Center. Honoree in two thousand seven Terry Gross spoke with Steve Martin in two thousand. Eight about his memoir. Born standing up. Steve Martin. Welcome back to fresh air. I love thank you. Thank you very much. I'd like you to open with A reading from the beginning of the book. And we've we've edited this slightly to make it just a little shorter for the broadcast. Great be happy to. I did stand up comedy for eighteen years. Ten of those years were spent. Learning for years were spent refining and four years were spent in wild success. I was seeking comic. Originality and fame fell on me as a byproduct. The course was more plotting than heroic. I did not strive valiantly against doubters but took incremental steps stuttered with a few intuitive leaps. I was not naturally talented. I didn't sing dance or act. The working around that minor detail made me inventive. I was not self destructive though. I almost destroyed myself in the end. I turned away from stand up with tired swivel of my head and never looked back until now a few years ago I began researching and recalling the details of this crucial part of my professional life which inevitably touches upon my personal life and was reminded why I did stand and why I walked away in a sense. This book is not an autobiography but a biography. Because I am writing about someone I used to know yes. These events are true yet sometimes. They seem to have happened to someone else and I often felt like a curious onlooker or someone trying to remember a dream. I ignored my standup career for twenty five years but now having finished this memoir I view this time with surprising warmth one can have it turns out and affection for the war years. Thanks reading that. That Steve Martin reading from his memoir born standing up which has just been published in paperback. I guess I didn't realize how much you'd closed the door on your comedy years. How much there was like before and after it ended you were done and that was it right. I it was about one thousand nine hundred eighty one. I still had a few obligations left but I knew that I could not continue but I guess I could have continued if I had nothing to go to but I did have something to which was movies and you know the act had become so known that in order to go back I would have had to create an entirely new show and I wasn't up to it especially when the opportunity for movies and writing movies Came around why would you had to create an entirely new show like I say the the the act was really. There was a passage in the book which I caught because it was so hard to explain but the act essentially besides all the jokes and bits and everything was conceptual and once the concept was understood. There was nothing more to develop. It's like painting the same blank canvas over and over and over and over and over once the concept is known. You don't need to see too. And that was in the back of my head that I was really done. Artistically with with what I had created or Pastiche You know in the reading that you just did. You described yourself as not being naturally talented Did you think of yourself as naturally funny I did didn't think of myself in that way. No although I I just loved comedy I I was raised with Laurel and Hardy and I love Lucy and and Jerry Lewis and I just loved it and I had a friend in high school and we would just laugh all day and put on skits. And you know it's the Andy Kaufman thing or Marty short thing where you're performing in your bedroom for yourself and I I loved magic and so I would practice my magic tricks in front of a mirror for hours and hours and hours because I was told that you must practice. You must practice never presented trick before it's ready and but I I was just inclined towards show business but I didn't know what I just like being on stage. You got your start working in Disneyland. You're living in southern California and when you were ten. You're selling guidebooks there. Then you laid a work for magic shop demonstrating magic tricks and I get the sense from your memoir that demonstrating those magic tricks. Hours a day and really getting them getting them down. Because you're doing them so much that that gave you a sense. That performance required a great deal of craft. That even comedy wasn't just a question of going out on stage and saying funny things that there was enormous amount of work and practice and thought that would have to go into it. Well that that idea that that you really had to work at this stuff Didn't necessarily come from Disneyland. It I I mean yes in terms of presenting a trick but having having it so well honed in your mind was really giving me a sense of security it was. I don't WanNa go out there half baked and you know you learn that through the years You know you do a magic show with a friend and you rehearse it a couple of times and yes every all. The timing has to be exactly perfect. But you're out there. It's it's a different world. It's not your mirror. You have to make on the spot adjustments but that's just you know whatever entertainer does but I actually working at. The magic shop really gave me a sense of comedy because it was all a jokes. We did the tricks but we had all these jokes. I had.
"martin" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Have conversations with that that deal with the interesting subjects so to speak and open your mind you can learn from them see. Didn't want them to know about your pass. Not necessarily sometimes tell stories and things like that kind of interesting place. I came from in in a sense I was still part of it and only learned that by the time raging bull. Really you know it was time to we thought could really change and said reinvent myself self am and become the director you know An effect it did but not really not really so ultimately after a New York New York I just sort of caved in and said okay. Look this is who you are. This is what you do These themes that you've been dealing with New York New York and Paul schrader scripted taxi actually driver analysis and Libya All of that's fine and good and that's something that might sustain you and had a universal interest but the problem is you can't you can't you just can't deny or pretend it didn't exist in terms of the world you came from the that forms you know And then included everything. Because don't forget the sixties were still It had the counterculture like a lot of the hippies. Oh can I just stop you there for a second I you can tell me if this is true. I read that when you went to woodstock. You're actually wearing cufflinks. That's right tell me more. I lost one of them as a shame. Yeah I know it wasn't a great one but I lost Austin. I had a friend cups. I have French cuffs on my shirt and then I started wearing jeans after that by the way radical. Yeah no I know I read riddick pushed it there a suit to woodstock well. It wasn't a pseudo was you know I I dressed differently from these. The all looking me very strangely and I would dress very differently and I still do. So you know I went back to what I in the seventies all change of course we were wearing more landers things but and it was very enjoyable to do that and But in any event no. What's I just wasn't prepared for a look? I'm not prepared for country for the country okay. I'm not a country person. Oh Yeah especially with. Yeah just I'm not however I did wear cowboy boots frye boots for talk. If if you're just joining us. My guest is. Martin Scorsese his new film. The Irishman is nominated for ten Oscars. We'll talk more after we take a short break. This is fresh air this message comes from. NPR sponsor Tele Doc. Have you ever needed a doctor late at night or while traveling Tele Doc offers twenty four seven access to board certified certified doctors for nonemergency conditions like a sinus infection allergies flu rashes. And more telus board certified doctors can diagnose treat and we're authorized prescribe medications to be filled at the pharmacy of your choice. Download the APP today or visit Tele Doc dot com slash fresh air teachers and students. You wanted to step boring book report and make podcasts instead. NPR student podcast. Challenge is here with a new podcast to give you all the tips and tricks to making an amazing podcast of your own and share with your friends. My guest is Martin Square says his latest film the Irishman Stars Robert De Niro Al Pacino and Joe. Patchy it's nominated for ten Oscars and it's available title to watch on Netflix. Enersen select theaters. So I just want to read a little bit of what your schedule was. Like in the seventy th. This is a list of years and films for you boxcar car. birther nineteen seventy. Two Main Street seventy-three. Alice doesn't live here anymore. Seventy four taxi drivers seventy six New York New York seventy seven the last wall seventy Wendy eight raging bull nineteen eighty king of comedy nineteen eighty-two. I'm just thinking your schedule. A must have been insane. That must have been like a whole lot of stress. I am yeah just collapsed and out of that came raging bull you collapsed. You collapsed and then you made raging bull. Yeah John Collapse like collapse with the you know the same old story You know having a pet to tell you withers drugs or not. You want to get into drugs but the issue is with the failure of New York New York or considered failure so to speak. I I like that film of La. Yeah exactly at that. Time was considered a terrible flop. They be considered that people. Now look at it and say what is very very different. Okay but with that failure in be Ab- For me a certain artistic failure for this big experiment that I wanted to try There was a a lack lack of Something happened like I felt. The creativity was just punched. Out of me and Yeah you saw that. He sought some Interesting times we're taking these drugs that this sort of thing but Ultimately it was an experiment a curiosity to try to find. If I could ever care enough to get back on to get back on set to care enough I didn't care anymore and I had to find if I can make another film. I felt a little bit about wools. Also made you feel that again. Because that's what he goes through. Oh say well. I didn't know that Deniro knew it. he more or less knew it because because he also wanted to be He had been working out he was. We were thirty five and thirty six years old and he knew that he really had to make it as soon as possible because physically he wanted to do is gain all that weight. It can be very hard for him if you've got older. And he knew I was the right person to make it and he kept pushing me pushing me and I kept rejecting it for like two years. I don't know anything about sports. I didn't boxing to me was always an image of two small an image and a sixteen screen black and white up two small figures kind of moving around a white square. What is that you know? I never went to a fight so I don't know I saw fights in the street. Yes but not not in a rain and so and and I knew You know certain things about it But ultimately I also didn't know how to shoot it so I came up with my own way of shooting like music saint so Like covering music in the last waltz for example and in New York New York and I applied the same principles To the fight scenes in raging bull but primarily. It's that the rebirth in a way he's reborn and I thought pretty much. That was it but it took about twenty five years before before we could agree on the subject matter to make our next film that became Irishman. Trying to do other things we were trying to do. Really what we were trying to do was is a a remake a bed beautiful in two weeks in another town. Those Hollywood right. Yeah but in a way this is what it is better than beautiful is like three films and won to begin with exactly. Yeah so that's a Lotta films to do that. We wanted to do our version of it and we we were living it and we couldn't figure out when to start and went to stop you know and also sometimes you get into things things that happened to you and say what you do that. This person will be upset or data data and so we found. We found the common ground on on on Irish really. I'm glad you did. Do you still consider yourself Catholic. I think so yes. Yeah and like have your beliefs changed from what you believed about like heaven. And how L. in life and death from when you were an altar boy well of course you were child and you had the child. So what's the The Saint Paul thing I put away childish things now. How we're stuck with the adult things? So what's your adult vision of of death. No and of what if anything is after. That's a that's a good question. Of course I I don't know I think I know the sound this way. It sounds is rather naive. I guess but the point is that I do believe in Something beyond the material I mean I do believe in This machine Moran and away body wouldn't be the same without the spiritual ritual part of it. Whatever that is and people say well it's the brain synapses?.
"martin" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Show in America were huge thanks to you the doctor by Martin show well alright doctor rob margin back with you and your courage stick around because we got a lot of important health information to talk about today coming up very soon I'm gonna be talking about the opioid epidemic it's back in the news for a whole other reason that you may not have thought of in the past the opioid epidemic caused in large part by the medical profession over prescribing pain killing drugs to patients is now taking a major toll that behavior and the consumption of those drugs taking a major toll on future generations so if people survive taking opioids and the addition associated with it beyond that maybe generations after that children are now being impacted by this nominee explain to you how that is so with this latest information out about how future generations hundreds of thousands of Americans exposed to these pain pain killers in the womb will suffer greatly will tell you a little bit more about that in just a little bit so stand by you may know somebody in your life that is currently taking some type of pain killer that includes these opioids or you may know somebody in the future that you will alert this information too and maybe help them to avoid or their children to avoid the extreme pitfalls and dangers associated with this class of medical drugs which are prescribed way way too much we'll get to that information and just a little bit however let's turn our attention to this time of the year where people are there watching television commercials and they're seeing the fact that allergies right now are going on throughout the United States coast to coast people are suffering with stuffy nose is runny noses itchy watery eyes they're having trouble sleeping at night because they're congested they can't breathe properly there sneezing a lot and they don't know what to do so they watch no television commercials only see these over the counter prescription drugs that are used for the suppression of allergy symptoms but unfortunately most people and most of their doctors don't have enough time to read all of the potential adverse side effects of drugs that are earmarked for allergies and particularly allergies that affect a person's nasal cavity because that's where most of it starts in fact that's where most colds and flu start just like the allergy response starts because we breathe in some Pollin or some grass or some duster some mold or something else that's airborne and we start having an allergic reaction a histamine type reaction and nobody wants that and so what people do of course they try to get relief by one going to the drug store and finding something on their own or to seeing their doctor for something stronger well here's the good news you can actually be your own best doctor most of the time if you only find out about and you realize something called clear Max nasal spray now I recommend this is because it's safe it's effective it is drug free and it works holy year Max nasal sprays the one that contains capsicum and capsicum is a natural anti histamine so when you put it in the nasal cavity along with the xylitol which is one of the main ingredients your body settles down your nasal cavity settles down you don't have the allergic response the histamine reaction you quit the sneezing their nose opens up your breathe again you ever everybody wins you're happy and it's all it takes is two or three is words up each nostril do that as necessary most people have allergies will do it first thing in the morning last thing at night if you have any kind of a response with allergies during the day you can do that as well you can find the clear and clear spell the ex the ex stands for that solid telling greeting one of the ingredients in it clear Max nasal spray for allergies response and symptoms you can find it or any of the.
"martin" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"What will you create today? Chantelle Martin draws on everything. She draws on cars. She draws on shoes and clothing. She draws on walls and buildings. She draws in black marker on a white surface and usually on a grand scale. She also collaborates with musicians, like Kendrick Lamar with technologists and designers and with dancers in late twenty eighteen the New York City ballet. She created large scale drawings in the performance, hall, and foyer at Lincoln center, she joins me today to talk about her Denise style her career path, and her many collaborations, Chantelle Martin, welcome to design matters, so much having me ever since you were a kid. I understand that you are obsessed with the number twenty seven. Tell us about that quite simple. Actually just I really loved the shape of it. I think it's the best looking. Number of all the numbers. And when you kind of obsess about something it stalls to gain meaning and value in a way. And so I would see the number twenty seven everywhere as a kid, you know, from buffs numbers to football the shots to numbers on the road. It, it just became something kind of magical in mice a beacon in my life, and I would follow the number wherever I could. Now, the number seven is an unusual number in that it can both be shaped with curves or straight lines, which do you prefer prefer the straight lines. How come I haven't thought about that? He just looks better with straight lines. I was actually thinking you'd say curves that somehow the curves of the two and the curves of the seven, somehow complimented each other. Yeah. I, I'm going to have to think more about that, because, you know, that question came out of the blue so we might do little follow up on this. Okay. Get dot quest yet quite a long time wondering what you were going to say, but curves versus hard lines shantelle you grew up in southeast London. In teams Mead a housing project characterized by lots and lots of concrete. And in one of the videos on your YouTube channel, you show picture of your family where you're posed with five Caucasian-looking siblings, and you've said, this about your brothers and sisters, the only Brown skinned girl with an afro in what felt like a very blonde hair blue eyed world. You had a different father than they did and said you never fit in, but you said it taught you that you didn't need to. In what way it's interesting so we will have assumptions about people, you know, and, and those some shins in a way is how baggage so, for example, you know, when I was at university, I didn't live at home..
"martin" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"You can find tickets and more info by googling third annual bash for babies, you get a lot of baby raves. If you go up there just the babies with Dr Seuss, hats and the rave whistles the big the glasses. That's really adorable that should be thing. I'm sure it must be a thing this episode. Speaking of adorable as Martin cove Martin plays John crease I and karate kid then credit to then in credit kit three and then he's done a shit on of other television. And film is in Rambo is in Cagney and Lacey. And he's a great guy. You know, the villains. So many of the villains onscreen villains. Turn out to be the best people, and Marty is no exception. Yes, I get to call him. Artie. No. I I can't imagine what I would have told tiny me watching karate kid in the theater. Her with my dad, like someday, I'm going to be pals with that guy. And I'm gonna call Marty. I don't even think I would have known how to process that. Also, what's a podcast would be my question at to eleven or however old I was so Cobra KAI as you may know because a lot of people are ton of people are watching it is in season two now available now. And if you haven't seen it, especially if you're a fan of credit, you absolutely have to it such a great take on the continuation of the storyline in season. One was great. It's like ten episodes and season two has launched in Marty's and season two. And I could be happier about it. So yeah, this is the podcast number nine ninety seven with Martin cove. Initiating identity. All. Boy, we'll just. This looks like straight express. You don't say sweep the leg. Come on. You've been hearing that your whole life. Yeah. Right. That's a good sort. Tweet. Swimwear somewhere. There's somewhere there's a sort of here. So actually, I think there is just got to be it's not a house for that. On man. I'll tell you what we don't have. It's disappointing as a suit of armor, like we need a suit of God. Yeah. Thing having houses. You never know those creepy things inside. It'd be the perfect place to hide a body known. Whatever thing to look inside. That's a great idea. Then I notice. Want? You gotta have the painting the Isaac is. Yeah. And you cut big hole, so buddy, make sure you see them as they walk by your guests. You don't tell the is on the armor goes. Motion motion detection motion detection, it just goes just follows them. You just fall we have the technology to do that now. Oh, we do. We gotta have we have masks. We can do that. With a big mess..
"martin" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warriorâ€™s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations
"This is fifteen minutes of freedom. I'm your host Ryan. I don't today's episode is a special in person conversation. I'm going to say interview with someone's going to change your perception on what is possible for your life. Martin Yosef Martin. How are you doing? Pretty good yourself. I'm exquisitely well, not exquisitely while so Marta jump right in. What's one thing? That people have a perception, do you think people are operating the perception of that is not serving them right now. Like the way that you've you the world. Is going to change some people that are listen this show hit me with some to start with will perception is whatever you make it. And right, of course, whatever you make. And and we're constantly creating you know what I mean? And then whatever feels kinda like normal to us or jives with us. Then we start building from that center. You're gonna meet and whatever we come across it doesn't line up with our center. We're automatically disturbed like, yeah. I mean, but as I that was figments of imagination ideas created right by individuals. Yeah. You could easily overlook it and be comfortable and just doing you know, what I mean? But we become so heavily passionate about what somebody else's doing how they're living. Yeah. So our perception of ourselves already being fragmented. This is my idea though, why love that. So, and I said that we we started out this interview pre show interview with I said, we're just gonna talk whatever comes out Fisher. And then I said we can go as crazy down this whole as you want to personally don't care if eighty percent of you listening after this show. Tune out MR says like that's a pretty that's a pretty extreme thing. Right. That's a different perception childlike perception of wanting to try things out and yeah. And walk me through what you meant more by that. I think that child like perception, you even said, it just recently as far as what that actually feels and means to you and every moment because it's is different right? Like, I'm I'm running my own operating system right now. And I have a perception of how you view me. And I have a perception I the outside world crack, an F perceptions, obviously forming my version of reality much like it's as you're listening. It's forming your version of reality. Like you already. If you think about it, you close your eyes, hopefully, not while you're driving. You've heard speaking new guy Martin if I. Martin. I said don't think Martin Lawrence your insulating of Martin Lawrence. If you know who that is right. Like, you already have a mental perception of who Martin is without even seeing him just from hearing him speak, but that comes down to that child like Yossi. Riding, the bike Eurocity. We all do the best. We can to almost stave off as a badge of honor showing the fact of like, we're adults now. Yeah. But that's not really what serves us. Yeah. We're we wanna grow up. We want to censor stability. That's another perception created when we find something whether it's religion or or political ideology, whatever tradition in the family, a kind of centers of sorts provides a center, and then we feel that we can have stability and built from it. But a kid doesn't do that kid is constantly experimenting. You know what I mean? Yeah. He doesn't understand that the Bill is due at such and such day. He super carefree. You know what I mean? So it's like we lose that that freeness. I guess I don't know if there is a name. Yeah. We just just lose it. Because we grow up. You know, I love putting an air quotes girl because to me we're actually almost growing down. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We're not ascending to a higher level of consciousness when we do that. Right. What gets into the whole conversation about religion like you. And I last week at an opportunity to spend hours with you having to eat, which was incredible. But that's into all these your view of religion, and your understanding of it. I mean, you've read essentially ever religious scripture thing. Yeah. Every holy little script that they say, it's something. Of course, I read it..