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"rue des" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"He's a he's passed away with some say he's not here. I now the way. I am your father and your mother or father has got. Some shit was spending to them a different way. They're not necessarily lines them holding the truth. Because you're not to answer that you or you just don't want to answer right now because it was. It was very difficult to explain to sign. Which i kind of unaccounted. Get it though man in it and you like. I said the whole slammed him lot thou shit really to the toll out of everybody. In clinton's slammed slammed up. I wanna say this lebanese home just just cousins celebrities. Don't mean they're they're not humans about going through the same time sheet. We readily people go really re regular nine. Five is go to or nine fours or ninety. Three's on employment the folks who okay i just because they got the money. Don't make them happy because they get depressed. Just like us. We may not understand it because we think money is the answer but they get the press. 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"rue des" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"Scenario happens in the ship Alongside we'll find a way throat With flying at five hundred feet. I can see the sevices very powdery. This is ice book around the edges officials caves and cracks on top. It's almost blinding white with the edges of blue hues. We always always amazing Normally photoshop these calories. But this time i did. Nothing is moving pretty slowly but it could have an absolutely devastating effect on the wildlife and the penguin penguins on the island. So that's very very sad. I mean it's a. I think we have to go into pick up a penguin o several penguins and An if rescue them i mean. I don't know what my dogs would think if i had several pets penguins in the backyard i has been called enough of light The probably wouldn't eat the venison turkey mix dog food. I'd have to buy a lot of a lot of cam fish or something along those lines two to feed them. But i'm wondering if you can train penguins around dogs the dogs except the penguins with penguins except the dog. That's the question i mean. We're not be get could give georgia nauseous at a the nose something so i was talking about mccartney yesterday and the fabulous mccartney three album that that is getting very good publicity but support mccartney addresses death conspiracy and said that theory was great publicity. So paul mccartney says the theory that he died and was replaced the cover of the beatles. Classic abbey road was great publicity office. Releasing nine hundred sixty nine found thought. There was secret messages on the photo. Indicating poll of being killed in a car crash re is early but mccain said that conspiracy was ridiculous. The added people What do you want to do about this. Just leave it. it's great publicity. The album i put out a statement out saying i'm not dead. A crackpot idea started to spread after With usda russ get the cover was said to depict a funeral with pull back foot and out of step with his bandmates to represent copes the car registration plate in the pitch also said to prove mac had been killed but suppo- explained it was a very hot day. Did a few photos going across the across aside. What crossing and sandals then it was so hot. I kicked off a couple of shots. And that's when the ones they use and they said it's a sign that poll is dead. There's a vw. Wbz the license plate to eight one f and. They said the twenty-eight if he had lived none of it made any sense tool. There's a long line of conspiracy theory surrounding the theory. That pull his dad and even atomic can say a caricature said. Maybe there's some truth to it. Some also believe that's hidden messages into beatles songs while other suggests the pool was replaced by a body double. I mean one thing. I i do love. I love mccartney. But maybe after the song we will stand together people were maybe downing legitimacy those frogs in that in that video that was A children's video should've became a french bistro appetizer. In my opinion love. Paul will stay together. Not one of his best i to say so. The rue des delivery drive has been slammed for throwing postles in hogging snacks. A video uploaded to take talk shows drive dropping apostle in the ground before walking up to the front door and grabbing multiple bags of crisps will chips before returning to the van in a viral..
"rue des" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
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"rue des" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Drink coffee. So is this ritual of sitting with one another sipping the coffee and having conversation heart to heart and coming up with ideas and reflecting the experience of being human in the other and this is a very very central aspect to islam and therefore to sufism. Which is the concept of saba which is companionship. And it's not just. I'm carol hills in your with the world. The next stop on our coffee journey takes us to the united arab emirates producer noon sala introduces us to a woman who spent her life thinking about coffee to meet her noon heads to a farm outside of abu. Look when we first spoke over the phone. She told me she was the. Uae's foremost expert in coffee and the room she welcomed us into may have been all the proof that we need to back up that statement places. Amazing coffee mementos everywhere. There was this enormous wall-to-wall wallpaper of a timeline of congress. History teapots adorned every shelf. Hundreds of books of poetry history. Line the walls either ended the rue des. My name is aldo. Hairy is an anthropologist and a researcher i deal with their heritage and culture so i actually speaks english fairly well. I translated was thrown off a bit. This is gonna be interesting okay. Let's make the if you speak in english. I translate in arabic is a small statute woman. Seventy five years old maybe five four but her voice and her laugh hardy and larger than life as begin to ask her about coffee. I can't help it. Take us throughout her past all the way to her childhood and to memories of her grandmother she mentions her grandmother throughout this interview. She was connected to her in such a profound loving way and every time. I mentioned her grandmother her entire demeanor softens and she smiles warmly. She used to be a so soft and her and she was told elegant she was the head of the neighborhood in a way and her grandmother instilled imply a passion she has nurtured and held onto for the past seven decades the art of coffee for high at coffee the drink itself carries a history and traditions sacred and so personal that propels her into poetry almost a whimsical song is closed behind her glasses. Swaying look of sheer happiness. Been the submit. New slow of the cabbie an achilles stake. I told us about this memory. She had from when she was about six or seven years old seeing her grandmother in front of the fire grinding and roasting coffee beans in a white dress against the black night sky seen associated. Like it's beautiful in a way that it's beyond description. She said the fire was in front of the gamma. Grandma was wearing white. She was doing her grinning coffee. And there were around the fire cooper plates and these plates were afflicting the fire lights and it.
"rue des" Discussed on Talking Cancer
"To pharmacist. Availability some really useful. Tips from rue des. Now one of the wonderful reasons why matt millen is able to do this. Please wonderful things that you mentioned is because you work in partnership with a number financial organizations to support customers. He may be impacted financially following the concert diagnosis. What can these partnerships that you guys. I know works so hard to maintain and and to create. What can they offer for people living with cancer while we're really proud of all partnerships and particularly our partnerships with some of our biggest banking partners so for example the lloyd's banking group. This is a really fantastic partnership that helps us get help to people with cancer as soon as possible when they end to the bank so this is a dedicated team at lloyds banking group not to refer people with cancer to macmillan support line so as soon as they come in and show that they've had this considine gnosis all that struggling with whatever it may be whether that be debt all their mortgage all potentially losing their income the partners at lloyds banking greet notre refer than over to was and we can help them through it we've got partnerships as well for example with scottish widows and we know that people with khansa sometimes struggle to get their insurance paid out when they need to so again all brilliant macmillan nurses work with scottish widows to ensure that we can verify the claims and get that those insurance claims paid out was quickly as possible. Won't you've talked about that. From from lloyd as an incredible setup all that any other partnerships for those people listening who don't pops back with lloyd's yes. If you bank with the nationwide building society you can call and speak to the specialists support team and the service can help you if you've got money problems or if you're struggling to keep your mortgage loan or credit card repayment and similarly if you've got a bank account a mentioned lloyd's but also how the fact some bank scotland you can speak to that dedicated cancer support team and ellen show that they can help you with whatever questions that you've got an all of the numbers and all the details of operating partnerships are on the financial support and corona virus page of our website. They're always through this. Just you know. Just make sure that you pick up the phone and speak to somebody. That's me. I love that partnership with lloyd's it's just it's so banks can be scary the best of times but with a cancer diagnosis and going through what we're going through at the moment. It's an absolute lifeline. To know about that partnership that there's a lot of information and and i guess for some people listening it's all good information but it might be quite nerve wrecking about. If you've just been recently diagnosed where do you start And if you have been affected financially how do you. How do you start doing that. How'd you start organizing and planning your finances during this time. What's your best advice. 'have course and it's such a anxious time for people with cancer when they get that diagnosis a million things going through people's minds whether that a tweet men all work or where to start so i'd encourage anyone who's listening to take the time to know that mcmillan's there but also to know that there's lots of steps that they they can take so You could start. I completely budgets. Really having a good understanding of what's coming in Money wise but also. What's going out that would put you in a radi. Good position to start having those conversations whether that be with your buying coal with macmillan to help you understand what type of support is out there you could check your insurance and what insurance protections that you've got of course you can contact your bank..
"rue des" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Right. No you'd play golf this weekend. was coming is. Also going to put it. Goal Zito got a new set bats. Hundred yards. We played. What twelve? Stick or five. When did you buy? Dick's sporting goods pick up. Two Hundred Bucks absolutes the only. Half of that had actual set. At clubs. How far should I hit this? And I looked at his clubs to see what he had and he only had. Seven eight nine, and then the drivers that they do sell this at needed. Hype in the driver all day, driver, what brands seven and a tough like. Club operators. And you think you don't think much, are they? Grabbing Steal Graphite you. What. Are You fucking? Sixty needed the flex. You're. That makes it. I will tell you though I want a shirt on one. Thousand. Nine it was like what maybe six inches away from winning ten thousand bucks. Whole. In a whole Palette of Fuzzy Ball. Albany trip to Augusta. Really. Slight babies. He got the shirt though. Eight iron hit talking seventy five thousand feet in the air and it landed like. Thirty three. I wasn't keeping. They were though. That make sense score the first hold. What am I? Don't give a fuck. What happened fatigue after and a certain point, the booze ramps up in intensity, and that's kind of all things turned graciously bought. Seventy Times was nice and secluded because we were playing with. We need. Courses will not let you go. I don't know, but they were very accommodating, because pat spent like thousand dollars on the around, and then they just kind of forgot, have someone out there acting as a starter so that people started teeing off down the whole thing of whole three. We had people on our asses. All Place Rue des. Six people. It's a very radar. They play rate of also had six people and they're playing faster. Figured out? You. Guys must be playing very slow. Know so well, I mean we are slow. We definitely work, but they also..
"rue des" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"rue des" Discussed on Lore
"When you think of Paris. There's a good chance you might think of pastries. Although if we're honest I probably think about pastries more than most. But that's beside the point. Perez City and a culture has a long history with tasty treats of all shapes and sizes back in the early fourteen hundred 's up patisserie once stood at the corner of the Rue des. Mama say and the Rue the do at our meat but before you go looking for them a map. Those street names have changed over the centuries and after you hear the story. I'm about to tell you you'll hopefully understand why it said that this particular Patisserie was located in a busy neighbourhood Peres has always been a bustling growing place so it's easy to imagine even back in the fourteen twenty s just how crowded and alive. The place must have felt dirt. Streets littered with refuse the constant murmur of conversation and shouts from merchants. All of it would have created a rich tapestry for our story next door to the Patisserie. Was BARBERSHOP THE SORT? You might expect to find in that era. These shops performed a few of the duties you might still find today like shaving trimming but they were also a place for those with medical needs. Herbal Medicine Appointments. Even primitive dental work. Like having your teeth pulled olive. It could be found at the local barber shop. Which sounds perfect right? You could swing in and have a little blood-letting done and then go next door to the crowded Patisserie for a pick me up and you wouldn't be alone either. It said that this particular shop was so popular that priests and monks from Notre Dame would regularly visit for a bite to eat even King Charles. The sixth was known to be a fan of their delicious meat pies and it turns out that the men who ran the shops the barbershop and the Patisserie next door. We're well acquainted so well acquainted in fact that they shared a lot of customers but when I say share. It's a lot more than you might. I assume you see. The Barber often met people at their most vulnerable whether they were suffering from a painful malady or just needed a sharp razor dragged across their face. His customers had put their trust in his skilled work in the barber had been using that trust to get a little richer every now and then it seems would welcome in a patron locked the door and then slit their throats when they least expect it after. His customer had expired. This Barbara would drag their corpse to his cellar where he would strip them of all their valuables and clothing then using what I can only imagine was a set of very sharp very deadly looking blades. He would butcher them package it up and then pushed the bundle through a small door in the wall. Adore the lead into the cellar of the shop above. And if you've been paying attention you know exactly what shop that was the Patisserie. It seemed that both men had been sharing resources and no one in the city was aware that those delicious meat pies were more than they appeared to be. The public did eventually catch on. Though and legend says that it happened around fourteen thirty. They say that one day a man and his dog paid a visit to the barber but while the man was welcomed inside he was told his parents had to remain outside on the streets as fate would have it though that man never set foot outside the shop again and his loyal dog stayed put eventually. It was the dogs barking. That copy attention of the neighbors who called upon the man's wife. She arrived completely distraught not having heard from her husband for hours. The site their dog alone outside the barbershop was enough to send her to the authorities when they arrived. You can imagine what happened next barbers. Murderous Hobby was discovered as was his trap door to the Patisserie shop. Above both men were arrested quickly. Found guilty and then executed for their monstrous crimes. I can't find definitive. Proof but legend has it that both men were executed by being placed inside large metal cages and burned over massive fires. It certainly sounds like a fitting end for a pair of killers who spent years cooking their victims thankfully their own bodies were reduced to ashes after being slow roasted of course the city try to move on and bury the past after that shops were torn down and for a long while no one was allowed to build on that land. It's even said that Paris officials had a small monument placed on the empty lot described as a tall pyramid shaped stone. No one knows where it is today and most people seem to be all right with that. Which is ironic if you think about it. A city that has spent centuries literally digging up it's passed in order to add character and charm to its offerings. It feels odd that the story of the murderous barber wouldn't be given a more prominent place if only for the boost tourism. Instead it's been knocked down in wiped clean which is more fashionable approach. I suppose historians often talk about the need to help the past come to life because we have a lot to learn from exploring it all and while. I think it's a wonderful sentiment. In general. There are some exceptions to that rule. Clearly some parts of the past are better left buried.
"rue des" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"It may happen what nobody can take away from you though is going to do the work with the founders and helping them through tough times and that will always be your accomplishment in your achievement will make you stronger and we'll give you referenced No matter what the outcome is on it turns out. It's also the best way to create battery. Turn Adrian. I think subsidy accord trade for both of us in terms of lovingly company building aspect. So this is you've done it twice before and listen to some of the shows despite me trying to get you to listen to every. Show quickfire rounds. Isaiah she'll stay IGA me. Your immediate thought. We're going to switch. You don't have a little bit on the first one. What's the favorite movie Friday? Why ANYTHING BY DAVID? Lynch will always find my favor. Because David Lynch's poet and a writer and a painter and filmmaker and from eraserhead old way through Holland drive every one of these movies is always challenged by perception of the world of time of a number of dimensions and I love absolutely everything that he does if I had to pick one probably mulholland drive. Because I'm kind of in love with Naomi Watts but I don't really want. I mean you can see why we got on so well when you consider minds actually notting hill. So I'm so glad to have such an intellectual partner. The Best Goldmember the bottom aboard with and what made them so special. So I've header furious chances with people that were great because even the time coveted. I'm GONNA single went out picked from probably seven or eight and I'm going to pick president David Frankel partly because it just went through Kobe and continue to provide advice through zealous but more importantly because he's fundamentally end Suzanne and believe are and when we funded pack together out of techstars. I found myself with somebody in the room who heady same level of passion is me who did not hesitate to push back on founders widows conducive to dialogue and trust clearly not being an asshole and. I just love is infectious energy and so today I'll give my vote to David Frankel isn't a huge David Fan boy hair as well twice. He's on the show announced absolutely ingredient. He that tell me. This is a tough time forever on what you found. Made the biggest difference for you and it's troubling time. Maybe possibly more. I think that the moment I decided that the most valuable thing I could do is to do something. Good with my sphere of influence. And what I mean by that is if everybody's stressed out everybody's anxious what can I do to alleviate that tension and the moment I did that I think everything starts voting into place? Which is okay. He finally sent to the news all the time. I'M GOING TO BE ACTRESS. If I mentioned on help. Anybody so turn off the news take care of yourself and then whenever you have an interaction with someone around us like focus on the positives. It doesn't mean you're was delivering good messages. But you're focused on the future. You're focused on what can be done. You're focused on understanding where the rats ads and that find this great solace against a great comfort to be found. Personally so egotistical early in helping people around you because that whatever joy brought to them or whatever strength you broke today. What encourage Back to you but it started to be honest with turning off the news. What is on voice for everybody? Do Not Follow Corona virus. News there is no point. You come through anything about it anyway now. This might be leading question. But what is the single biggest joy of working with Harry? Harry has taught me or is brought to me a good level of Jordan. Because he's always in good for more with a smile say's no matter how difficult things might be for him. Harry always comes with a side and I think that's the great gifts and I'm very thankful for it. I mean I'm am so time sitting. That's incredibly kind of you say normally. I'm the soapy one so I really appreciate that but let's do pronouncement question. What do we know now fried that you wish you'd known the star of your career in venture almost twenty years ago? I wish I'd known that nobody will train you. Nobody will answer you in a way. That's really meeting slow and that from day one when she has to do as a young person in venture capital is learn every aspect of the trade. And it's accommodate trade because in say people business product and technology business. It's a brand the business model us any soliciting business from day one. I wish I had known that he was always going to rely on. Me would have made it my mission to the stand. Absolute his three hundred sixty huggies worked. And I think the faster you can do that. The more effectively GONNA visible member investor disaster. You're going to mature into industry and in your role and then the final one and again rather interesting for me to be asking this but it tell me the most recent publicly announced investment for you and why did you say yes and get so excited. The most recent got eyelid announced easy. Comical collective benefits and is very timely. Because I used to be on the board of the Rue des Roof Unbeknownst must be making a long effort into making its rider more productive and and before money choose what time to work in that stuff and so I was very acutely aware of the problem of what it means to be the becomes and some collecting benefits activists trying to innovate in the world of insurance by providing a key benefits to either self employed workers. Temporary workers were Gig economy workers. So they can be sick paid time off bereavement Thailand CETERA. And it's a company that is effectively going live now and it's interesting. It was around in February. In seventy we find ourselves in golf in probably the single biggest shock to self employed the economy that you could imagine so fascinating times UNAGI CONFIDENCE. Michelle bracket good in these difficult times in the couple of years ahead. They'RE GONNA struggle here now. Icon apologize enough. You have to spend all day with me and now you have to spend twenty minutes with me on a podcast. You are so patient and thank you so much for joining me. Stay my friend my pleasure. Hurry I'll speak to you now. If you love this episode with Fred. This is just part one so nice. We will be doing party where we really dive into the founder psychology surrounding covert. If you'd like see more from Fred which is a must and you can find him on twitter at destined likewise would be great. Welcome you behind the scenes here. You can do that on instagram. And H stubbings nineteen ninety-six with. Tv's Sir appreciate it. We will support. It really does mean to me. Stay home and stay safe..
"rue des" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"rue des" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
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"rue des" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"But right now ah moving around my mouth. I was eating toilet cakes again also. Toasts not just avocado toast. But in Asia chefs are perfecting a method of howling at all year loaves of bread stuffing them with toast. Yeah it'll just be like ice cream. The shuttle literally be like like a cube loaf hollowed out packed to the brim with just strawberries and ice cream and whipped cream. And you're like what the or like honey and I. It's I mean. Prepare blood sugar levels to go through the Rue des so sugar is the is the trump for twenty twenty averred. Okay good for you. For people who are out there drink. Aiding their clarified butter. But I guess he's flavoring all right. We're GONNA take a quick break. We'll be right back. Hey Miles Yes some cool ideas man always noticed set about. You've been reading my manifesto. Yeah the spoke coffins espo coffins. I I'm telling you man. People like the stuff they wanna made out of like old Wrigley Gum packages. Who Do whatever? Yeah look it's all based on what your vibe is so lit thank you anyways. I have a way for you to showcase your work. Okay for you to blog or publish. Your content sell products and services of all kinds doesn't need to be bespoke coffins. I don't think yet doesn't okay And also now they're featuring new email campaigns which will keep the design of your content consistent across all platforms including email. It is of course our good friends at squarespace off course I know them yes. squarespace is the best place to go to create a website that looks great That functions.
"rue des" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"I spent this past Sunday lounging on my couch nursing a hangover reading a book at some point in the afternoon I catch sight of my neighbor. ABOR across the street. I can see him from my window. He's standing on his balcony. Hammering something onto the railing. It's Christmas time and last year. He filled all four of the balconies on his building with inflatable blinking reindeer. Candy Canes and Snowmen One Night Rudolph was freed by the wind and the weight of his luminous knows pulled him down six stories for a crash landing on the sidewalk as far as I know no one was hurt but still it's good to see my neighbor taking precautions but it turns out he is not banging away in the name of holiday. Cheer no this year. My neighbor is spreading. Something thing else. I watch in total astonishment as he slides a ten foot American flag up his makeshift Rod. Now I am not anti flag nor am I pro- flag but I am absolutely anti pro flags sentiment especially Shirley pro big ass flag sentiment. Especially right now I slide off the couch and onto the floor floor and I crawl to a spot underneath the window where I can't be seen this ten foot fucking flag has totally fucking king triggered me more. Perhaps it's the book. I'm reading a collection of essays by the Jewish Austrian writer. Joseph Roth called on the end of the world. I've read a number of roths novels. Hotel Savoy the Rue des Ski Mart. Art The legend of the Holy Drinker but I'm unfamiliar with his essays and reportage on the end of the world collects some of the essays. He wrote in in Paris where he spent his final years in exile on January thirtieth nineteen thirty three Joseph. Roth boarded the train in Berlin bound for Paris. Never to return. January thirtieth nineteen. Thirty three was the day. President Hindenburg did named Hitler Chancellor of Germany many German intellectuals artists and writers took this as a worrying sign. But Joseph Roth well he got on a train. He wasn't just pressing about the coming violence and tear. He knew a a few weeks after he arrived in Paris he wrote a letter to his friend. Stephens VI- do not fool yourself. Hell rains and let's return to my story. I WanNa tell you what I was thinking. As my neighbor climbed out onto his balcony lost cost in the world of Joseph Roth I was wondering what particular event or Incident Might Telegraph to me that it was time to get on a train rain. Get the hell out and just before. My neighbor unfurled his big ASS flag. I thought to myself love well since I live in filter bubble New York City. There's a good possibility that I might miss or misread. Need any potential sign. Obviously I'm aware that the polarization is bad but a sign of impending civil war war. I'm serious my dear listener. This is exactly what is running through my mind. As my neighbor runs his ten foot flag up the poll that now juts out from his balcony like Nazi salute after my panic attack subsides a wave of anger rushes in I imagined getting a drone in attaching a flame thrower doing or. Perhaps I'll get a flashing neon sign. That says big flag tiny dick or perhaps I'll just install blackout curtains and yes I know that sounds like I'm totally. Ready to concede concede before the battles even started. But well. I don't have the time or stamina to engage with something like this on a daily basis. I've got stuff to do writing reading. This is why I decide to continue with my book from my position on the floor underneath the window and this is where I read the essay which begins on page twenty four of Joseph Roths on the end of the world. An essay called pitiless combat. Let me share it with you. Response to an inquiry and ever since there have been writers the only duty asked of them has been to create their works as long as there are writers they will have no other permission but your question on the moral obligation of the writer in our time brings about a further inquiry. Should a rider. Take a stand hand against the cruelty the baseness the sheer inhumanity of the world. Today to that one must respond that the writer has no no more right than anyone else not to take a stand against the inhumanity of the world. Today the writer has never end no more so than now had the right to take refuge behind his vocation and is so called calling to devote himself to eternal subjects. Talent and genius cannot provide provide any of that moral engagement which issues from the self to combat evil for example a writer. Today who doesn't Cross swords with Hitler in the Third Reich will surely be a minor pathetic figure and clearly an author of the second rink the task of the writer in our time is to respond precisely to your question to engage in pitiless combat. A writer cannot possess genuine worth if he is not in possession of the following traits one compassion for oppressed peoples to love of good three hatred of evil for courage to proclaim in a loud and clear voice unequivocally typically his compassion for the oppressed his love of good and his hatred of evil. Whoever does not possess these characteristics and can and not show visible proof of them his clearly a mediocre talent or a dilettante.
"rue des" Discussed on KGO 810
"Lame Cellino. Her new book is the only street in Paris. We're talking about. This is part of the ninth and then into the eighteenth arondissements, and I interrupted Elaine at a moment where she was going to explain how the word Lorette, which we can find an Duma's life, and we can find it in other French literate tour lives is not entirely understood as part of the demimondaine class. It's also comes from a celebration associated with the Virgin Mary. It's it's very confusing. It's how language works, Elaine. Forgive me for interrupting I do mention that lorettes as you've described it. Our strike me as the sharing economy of the nineteenth century. These were independent mine didn't demimondaine they invented Uber. They did not have a control mechanism. Do. I read them, correct. That's absolutely, right. They were independent women, very enterprising. And they earn their living in a lot of different ways. They lived in parliament where they had to wipe the dam walls dry of these new buildings and hang curtains, but they also earned their living by selling sexual favors on the streets around the church, and they didn't have controlled lives and designated houses, but they had freedom as you said that they were the Uber baristas of the nineteenth century, and the we're both praised and celebrated and and then later condemned, and we think and you if I understand the logic here, they're actually named for the church, not not not not the church is named for them or anything like that. Not only were they named after the church, but they were welcomed in the church and one of the famous illustrators of the drew them. Actually, praying on Sundays back to the because in here is a foundation. I discover thanks to Elaine taking is and Michelle taking us through this gate this gated community. And there's a man here named Rosenberg, Sean, Michelle Rosenberg, and he is running a foundation Zhol father foundation this relates to the French legacy of the nat- Nazi occupation beginning in the summer of nineteen forty. It's a horrible period for Europe in general, but particularly for Paris, and particularly for the ninth and eighteenth, Aaron smart because I learned from Elaine that six hundred school children from the ninth baron dismount were deported to be massacred by the Nazis, there's one particular high school you point out where is that? Is that off the off the rue no there is a high school under who day martier. An inside the high school is a plaque. To the nineteen girls. It was a girl school during the Nazi occupation and one of the teachers who were deported during the Nazi occupation. And every year the school has a commemoration ceremony to remember this tragic period in in French history. The school is very different. Now, it it. It welcomes it's mostly a trade school and welcomes children of immigrants mostly it's a public school. And but they are living. They are living proof that you know, there was this kind of hatred and destruction. And and killing in the history of France, you were in Paris in January of twenty fifteen which is not very long ago while you were preparing the final draft of your book and lived through just sweet, Charlie just we the the trash. Jibbidy and the response the collective response the European-wide response, and that all is a way of illustrating that there's an anxiety and France, I reported routinely, Elaine. It's not it's not a it's not a closely held secret. There's an anxiety in France by the French Jews about antisemitism and in on rue Des martyrs. Let's let's stay right here where we are. This looks to be a part of the city where orthodox Jews feel comfortable and safe to walk to the synagogue. Did. I read you correctly on that. Yes. This this the rue Des martyrs here and the nine hundred small was one of the main Jewish neighborhoods of of Paris as as was the macaroni. And it's interesting. You mentioned the Charlie Hebdo attacks piece actually covered the trial of one of the attackers who was involved in that in that terrorist act there. Is anti-semitism in Paris in France there is throughout Europe. But I would argue that there is also this extraordinary spirit of we are French and someone like my character. Sean Michel Rosenfeld who lived through the occupation who was forced to wear the yellow star as a child going to school who carries the yellow star in his wallet. And who showed it to me? It's still has the ink stains from his fountain pen when when he was a boy and who wants to be buried with this yellow star he marched in solidarity in in in celebration of France after the Charlie Hebdo attack and after the attack on the Jewish supermarket and saying, I am French. I am a Jew, and I am French. And I am proud of it. And I would argue that that is the spirit that mostly prevails in France. And when you have the prime minister of France saying. Thing without Jews. France will not be France. This is an important statement of solidarity with with juice. We are on the rue de martiere, and we come to the boulevard clue she clue she declared, which is the separation between the ninth in the eighteenth. Erin de small, and I think right around the corner is the follies Bergeres. But this is the kosher shopping center of the of the areas that did it did I understand that? Well, maybe we ought to twist the Google map just a tiny bit anti with the with the boulevard decrease. She and the boulevard devotion, Schwerin, which are the two which is the big big boulevard that cuts the rue de martiere Martin half. This is the old Pigalle area. So it's the old area of all of the old sex shops of there's still are massage parlors that do more than give massages. There's the moon lack who's the red mill nightclub. Just just a few blocks away. And so this still has the feel of old naughty Paris. Even though it's it's much transformed and much gentrified over the last couple of decades. And we've changed the word Nadia deal. All right. So we're. We're we're we're living here inside a piece of Parisian history. What came to me as I was reading this part of the book is that I've just recently done a couple of books about the Nazi occupation of Europe. And a person, particularly how gloomy it was those those months when the when the German showed up, and they took over parts of the city there were other streets where they dominated the upper the upper class part of the city, but I imagine that Rueda martier survived them. It's survived all of these monsters in. In fact, you mentioned Charles the tenth who was who knows Charles the tenth is. But he's a detail. He was the comfort twat he was the younger brother of the king. That was executed. He was an enemy of Lafayette. That's how he connects to America. And he was briefly the king before all of a sudden it got nervous any fled the London. But the Charles the tenth architecture who it existed, you mentioned it in in the rue de martiere because I guess the church of the Laura is do they call that? Charles the ten while they call my staircase. Charles attempts. The the church is not really Charleston attempt is the church was basically designed on the model of a of an Italian church, but Charleston tenth architecture was a particular style that was rather austere, but it was also quite magical, and it was because of Charleston tents that my building that I moved into my that I moved into this apartment building, which was which was a very unexpected decision for me. Yes. You live, right. Five hundred just a turn from rue de martiere. You live on rue the church Notre Dame Notre Dame de Lorette rat, and I can see your building on Google earth. Everyone can and in fact, you can see the flower pods that Elaine cleverly puts outside so that we can waive tours we go I have to confess something I live in the back apartment. I'll live in the front of those wonderful flower pot. Belong to my neighbor. But I'll take credit for its fine. Your neighbors close enough for me because. Floor Google earth is is the closest I've ever well, except not there's a memory that I have a lane because when I was reading this. I was trying to recover. I was in Paris by myself for a couple of months and early seventies nineteen seventy two, and I had my old Michelin that I bought an been on Manhattan in Broadway. And I did all of the tours and they took me to von mart more than once. And I think I saw a circus wasn't really a circus. It was a run down building the dividing line between the ninth and Aaron dismount on rue de martiere. What was that that wasn't wonderful circus and with a fabulous history, and it was allowed to go to seed, and and and it eventually was ripped down and a very ugly apartment building was put up, but it was a magical circus, and it's it's immortalized. In a painting by data in another painting by Renoir. In another painting by Saha and recently when the new Paso museum opened the museum revealed that they found at the curator's had found two hundred thousand little artifacts of Picasso, including ticket stubs from this wonderful circus. So even Picasso had been there. So they regret tearing it down. It was one of those things that happened when the seventies was a crash in all markets worldwide. So I guess that Paris just thought it was out of money. It's the worst thing that could have happened to the St. the boulevard declare she by the way has trees on well in the springtime, it has trees on it. And it's broad is it dangerous to cross there? I just can't remember is is this a busy boulevard. It's a very busy boulevard. It's dangerous if you cross against the light, but it's not dangerous. Otherwise, the reason I'm mentioning this is because Michelle remember our tour guide this morning. We traveled all the way up route Amartya, and we come to the boulevard Clichy and Elaine says let's go cross because it continues to go. No, no, no. I don't wanna go there. Why did he say that? Oh because the eighteen hundred smiles Moammar, and it's a completely different feel mean until eighteen sixty more Marta was a village all on its own and people are no March was still say when when they crossed that boulevard. Oh, I'm going down to Paris. They're still really is a feeling of of village life in America. And and a very different feel from the night to the eighteenth on small, in fact, my husband Andy accuses me of being the only person in in Paris who who thinks that the rue Des martyrs one St. we're we're going we're going to go across the boulevard, we're going to take the risk with Elaine. Is the only street in Paris life on the route damar tear Elaine charleena was the.
"rue des" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"The blinding. Sunlight so the piece was commissioned for the new hall of the cloven years Doolan, the musketeer branch of the civic militia and contrary to what is often said the work was hailed as success from the beginning. Parts of the canvas were cut off approximately twenty percent from the left hand side was removed to make the painting fit its new position when it was moved to Amsterdam town hall in seventeen fifteen. So the painting is now in the Reich museum, yet also another painting is called the conspiracy of Claudius civilised. It was painted between sixteen sixty one in sixteen sixty two. It was originally the largest painting that Rembrandt had ever painted at about sixteen by sixteen feet. It's in the shape of a Lou. Net or a Half Moon, which is usually for recess space above a door or a window in. The painting was commissioned by the Amsterdam city of city council for the town hall after the work had been put in place briefly. It was returned to brand who may have never been paid. They were like, it's fine. We don't like it. Thank you. So Rembrandt drastically cut down the painting to a quarter of the original size to be sold. And it is the last secular history painting he finished, in fact, the rest of the painting is lost. There's a lot of like. Preparatory sketches that survive that show where other characters would be and it was supposed to be like. I don't remember what the story is. But it's Claudius civilans is you know, he's a half blind elderly emperor. Who his you know, his people are like turning against him. And this is his last ditch effort to save his, you know, his country in he makes his loyalists like touch his sword to like, you know, pledge their loyalty to him. No matter what even though all the people are against them. And that kind of thing, and it was painted very late in Rembrandt's careered. It's very sketchy. And it's very like the the Claudius is very ugly. He looks beaten and warn like war-scarred and stuff and Simon Shaw talks a lot about it in the power of art, which was a PBS special and also a book. So it's very interesting. But it's what's extra interesting is that he cut it down. So drastically that this great history painting is lost to history because Rembrandt was like. Well, let's see if I can cut it down for someone's couch and just cut it up. So if you're interested in that kind of thing definitely the power of art, Simon Shamma, it's great. So that was Rembrandt. And so my next to my last two, I guess someone someone had emailed us and said, I don't really know the difference between like manna and Monet. So I'm going to do a, and then I'm going to do many Moni your man as and your money's. So I one Edouard d- many he was born January twenty thirty ten thirty two and died April thirtieth eighteen eighty three. He was born in Paris in the assessable mansion on the rue Des petites Augustine's. Now rue Bonaparte to the to an affluent and well-connected family native, fifty six men a opened a studio and his style in this period was characterized by loose brushstrokes simplification of details and the suppression of transitional tones, which basically just means that he had very high contrast between dark and light. There wasn't like a transitional tone to make it look realistic. So there you go. Adopting the current style of realism initiated by stop Kobe. He painted the absence drinker, which was his first like entrance into this kind of realism and other contemporary subjects such as beggars singers gypsies people in cafes and bullfights who's really into bullfights sidebar hat absence like on purpose. No only accidentally. And it was very it was unfortunate. I'm not like licorice or a Anna set labor person and actually turns my stomach so no, I do not like absence. What about you? Drink a lot of apps. When this sealers played Super Bowl, whatever the hey against the Green Bay Packers at my house, and my mom, and I started my mom and brother, and I were drinking ups and cocktails, and as this as became more evidence that the Steelers were not going to win that game on just kept drinking harder and harder. And then we kinda turned off the game..
"rue des" Discussed on Eating For Free
"Jasmine masters Naomi's, spoils Chia gun and Manila does on who invited mental. Wait. She's not the one that's on fashioned photo review. Right. They think they have are on. Sometimes she's not on that. That's that's raven and the other girl that won the old bitches. Okay. I'll say I will say I'm voting for Latrice. Oh, cremony cart, jasmine, masters and Naomi Smalls. And that's it. Ironing Taylor can go training. Tiller can go value. Go on fire, Mon I. Can take her build a bitch body and get out of here as well. No, it's yeah. It's interesting. 'cause I mean, we said we moratorium like, we're we're going to watch this. We'd even finish last season. But I feel like I'm gonna have to watch this lake who led gee-gee gorgeous light on drag race like get fair Mon outta here. There's more interesting people to look at like, I'm just saying talentless anyways Naomi smells, I'm excited for though. I'd slaying thinks she was one of the front runners for season. And I really genuinely don't think Valentina deserves to be there. But I think cited for her rue Des arc. And lots of Israel has been around all stars before. But yeah that they're bringing her back. I think Rouge doing that whole thing like, you know, giving shine to the old bitches, which I'm here for and I've always been alliterate, man. Their best SAFA, listen. Okay. Yeah. I'm down. I mean, we'll watch it because people are going to talk about it. And you have to also like it's better people like these new season girls. I just the full format is absolutely convicting really. And if they do what they did last year. Again, I will kill myself like I will have to put this on the grave. So it's something I said, I wasn't gonna talk about. But here we go. Here we go. So this was all over the place. It was invoke. It was in Jezreel. It was on the Daily Beast. It was on like practically everywhere that writes about culture, so sources glor- Victoria's secrets chief marketing officer. Razek came out and said that he doesn't want plus size or trans women to walk the Victoria's Secret runway because they're not a fantasy for anybody. Yup. Yup. Yup. Yup. So he gave an interview in vogue, which is shocking that they let this go to print, but anyways, key went everywhere with this. He was calling all of his critics haters. He said they all just care too much about diversity. He described trans models as transsexuals, and he also accused riana of copying Victoria's Secret when she used slick woods who was pregnant at the time and actually gave birth out the show basically saying that they don't compare to the vir- Victoria's Secret casting, which is Oso diverse. So they wish they were fun to first of all first of all they know. What's coming? Like, here's simple quotes, by the way, we've had three pregnant models. Walk the show. Everybody had the conversation about savage having the pregnant model in the show. We watched this. We're amused by it, but we don't milk it. First off all of their pregnant models were maybe a month or two into their bregman cities. They all were still one hundred twenty pounds did not. Show that they were right in it whatsoever. Like slick woods was giving birth. She literally left to go deliver look after that. I think we address the way the market is shifting on a constant basis. If you're asking if we've been considered putting a transgender muddle in the show or looked at putting plus size models in the show. We have we invented the plus size model show in what was our sister division lane Bryant lane. Bryant still sells plus size lingerie. But it sells a specific range just like every other specialty retail in the world sells a range of clothing, as do we we market to who we sell to. And we don't market to the whole world. You knew it disturbs me about that is like no easy. It is to create a broad range that goes from a to like triple, gee, I'm not a bra or so and literally inventing letters to. I don't know how high they go. But like, you can do savage extent. He does like listen to me versus when they say that it's a specialty market. I'm like, you know, the population..
"rue des" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To pay their staff to keep up with they're building their maintenance costs a lot of expenses so more and more presidents have to come in and try to figure a waste either generate new revenue by increasing enrollment or doing some other sort of sales or by cutting costs and the faculty that is you know usually been there a lot longer than than a president pushes back they have the right to have under shared governance they have the ability to make their i known and so this happening around the country at a faster rate happening with maybe one or two professors starting a movement and having it spread how's it actually happening on campuses it really varies school to school but the general idea is that if a president says we've got to get rid of x and y major faculty frequently sort of walks their arm circles their wagons and says well we've gotta protect this department because i my department maybe next so there's a lot of cohesion among the faculty there's often faculty unions and such that that come together to try to protect themselves in one another so there's a sort of sense that attack on one is an attack on all and needs to be fought back into these tend to go they tend to win when they are when one comes up we're speaking with douglas spoken of the wall street journal is it all about money or are there other issues that professors are speaking out about the rue des most of this stuff but you know what it takes to get kids to enroll a university and why they should come to the university is a is a question that people have different opinions on so you know the the the humanities may not be selling as as as in terms of majors for for for kids but the school with a long tradition of liberal arts maybe loath to give up a german department or philosophy department in lieu of a computer science department so the sort of identity of schools are are in place play here and what what the school what what an education means in america or what a diploma from university means is also part of a debate do we know what kind of an impact these disputes have on a school and or the students at the school.