17 Burst results for "Barbary Coast"

"barbary coast" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"At legacy precious metals. One of the things we hear so often and I think in our education, but I know when you growing up in your part of the world and me as mine, I mean, I went to high school when we still had quote vote tech. I mean, you still had you could learn electrical. You could learn how to frame. You could do brick. You could do those kind of things coming out of high school. And we sort of moved away from that because it was always sort of that chasing, you know, was that you got to be in college. You got to do this. And right now, the ones laughing all the way to the bank are the ones that can like pipe in a house. The ones that can do an electrical run. I mean, they're asking and getting whatever price that they basically want. Now, because we've moved so far away. But you brought up something interesting. And I want to explore this a little bit. And that is the social media aspect. We see it now. People used to ask me all the time. What was different about Congress now? When did quote Congress change? I said, well, I'm one Congress never changed. I said, but the people's access to it changed. I said, all of a sudden, and I want to get some of your experiences because you actually worked on the hill, which is an interesting story as well. But it's almost become an especially with your, you know, with my kids who are now out of college and it's almost like they feel like there's this, you know, I don't say God given right, but they want to know everything then they want to be out there and everything is public these days. Yeah, you know, they say sunshine is the best disinfectant and it's like, well, yeah, unless you're trying to grow bacteria. You know, and so it's like, what are we trying to accomplish? It's always funny to me. It's a little bit of a, it's a little bit of being a contrarian. It's also being an annoying optimist. But I'll tell you all people, like, man, I hate lobbyists. It's like, really, do you know one of the Marine Corps was born? Like, you know, the barbary coast pirates, the merchant ships, like the private financial investment and government has always been there in some way, shape or form. You just get to learn about it now in ways you weren't allowed to or didn't have access to before. So be proud of that. But that doesn't mean that it's inherently bad. I mean, there are many industries that lobbied that don't have hundreds of thousands, if not millions of Americans dependent on that industry. Now that doesn't mean that someone should be quickie crooked or a crony, but it doesn't make every industry that lobbies inherently bad, either or the act of blogging pad. That's our private interest representative government. That's not a bad thing. It's kind of the same way with Congress. If I'm not mistaken, members of Congress used to try to kill each other, like legitimately and legally. Legitimately with canes and everything else. Exactly. If anything's happened to Congress, it's that we're not made to back up the promises we make in a lot of ways anymore. And so all that passion and fury, I don't need members of Congress to like each other. I need them to be honest about why they don't like somebody or why they're so passionate about something. And I don't miss straight too far away from the point you were trying to make. But I think that we just have to put things in perspective, for example, not here every single day. Now that I'm on Fox enough that people recognize me when I leave the house, people come up to me and I just don't know about the direction the country's going. Are you I'm afraid we've lost it forever. And I don't mean to demean their sentiment because I know where they're coming from. But when I see the opportunity our mind and listen, we're not at war with half the western world. We're not turned in and everything made out of iron to make weapons with and standing in government cheese line. Our grandparents know what that's like. They knew what life was like before this country was a superpower. When they're really was no guarantee of tomorrow. So I just don't think that the things that scare us, we have to put them into perspective because if we can set those things aside, then we have a chance on focusing on what it means to be an American. What this country means, what a blessing it is, how much it's worth fighting for. And I think for the first time, maybe in a while, if not a decade, we're seeing people kind of do that. And we may get into this topic, but people that are upset about, say, school choice, 5 years ago, we're upset about where their tax dollars were going, and it was a very much a technical thing today being said about school choice. Is a cultural thing. It's like, wait, now maybe a Democrat, but you're not going to push this into my child's mind without me having to say. I may be a Democrat or a liberal or progressive. I may believe in big government, but you can't make me take a chemical into my body. And that's not to take a position on the vaccine, but to say, hey, we're drilling down to the core principles and in doing so the irony is we may find what we have in common more than what separates us through doing it. Well, that's always true. The thing that I think is so, you know, I'll jump into a little bit of political here and I think the social media aspect is I think it's changed a little bit of what we have and when you and I grew up the aspect of social media was writing a note saying, I'll meet you after class, you know, you did something to my girlfriend or whatever. There's a guy and I think you know him as well and I think we've talked about Andy stuff who's a seal who's done a podcast and he talked about this one time. And he said, he said, you know, you see you settled your issues right then. He said, you had to confront him. You had to know how to talk to people, whether you liked them or didn't like them. There was that confrontation because you didn't, your world was a little bit smaller if you would. And we don't have that anymore. It's easy to sit behind this computer that I've got, you've got and cop out whatever we want to top out. You know, 'cause we never see the individual. But, you know, that what you just talked about makes sense in the sense that we are finding out in the tougher time. It's not the good times. The good times let everybody have freedom to think, talking to it or it's in the times when we have to sit back and say, what do we actually believe that is Americans, we sort of began to.

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"barbary coast" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"What are you doing here lane. I've got to talk to you you. You shouldn't have come. i don't have time now stewardess. Excuse me no wonder you're upset. She's a lovely and had darling figure apple pouting is does seem you to get along. Yes i know things used to be different. I remember when i during the war. I was in the air force dram buoy off. The barbary coast is to hang out at the medicine. Bar was a rough place. The seediest dive on the wharf populated with every rejected cutthroat from bombay. To calcutta it's worse than detroit. The mood in the place was downright. Ugly you wouldn't walk in there unless you knew how to use your fists you could count on. A fight breakout almost every night. to women. breakout breakout chairs crashing saturday night. Fever music starts playing with the jukebox. Tacna music play starts to play with. Jukebox is go. I didn't go there that night to fall in love. I just dropped in for a couple of drinks but suddenly there. She was captivated and trance. Te hit me like a thunderbolt. I'd ask the guy next to me to pinch me. Make sure i wasn't dreaming. I was afraid to approacher but that night fate was on my side. Mandalay stance gets a ninety minutes back. Try ascertain help from elaine. By pointed at his back. The elaine thinks that this new dance move and mimics he collapses and dies. Strike begins to dance. Disco sow with elaine. Soon crowd gathered. Watch both ted. And elaine dance the humanly impossible ways. The crowd chairs next the bar is empty and it stands the night. Ted and elaine is still there with the two women fighting at the end of the flashback. We laughed. We talked we danced. I never wanted it to end. I guess it's still. I guess i still don't but enough about me I hope this hasn't been boring for you. Says that whenever i talk about elaine i get so carried away i lose track of time locally as hunger south. Would you like to order dinner now. Yes joy will have the steak in my wife and i will have zik. When can i see.

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"barbary coast" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

05:26 min | 9 months ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"This is a really hard core vegas note. But i don't know if you've if you've kind of freeze on when they look out of the caesar sweet for old vegas the old vegas trip. There's like a holiday inn across the street. Like none of the casinos are there. You go to vegas now. And you look across the street from caesar's it's like i can't remember i think by venetian might be over there or that. Whatever is on that side. There's like big giant infrastructures back. Then it's like you don't even know you're on the strip i. I just enjoyed that. I think you see barbary coast. Which is longer there but barbary coast. I think is like the cromwell now. But that's the first thing you see when they're looking out out you're barco sky write me. Yes spent a lotta time there in the eighties. The smoke alarm seeing. I didn't put that in most re watchable because it's so disturbing but that seems really good It's just like kind of harrowing and that's when you realize this is probably going to work with him getting stuck contract him getting stuck in traffic and the bathtub and the smoke alarm all three times really good like tension anxiety building sequences. Yeah the concept of an autistic savant in a movie. Tv setting i think is age. Well because we've seen people go back to it where it's somebody like. They just have this one talent that trump's everybody else and you kind of have to try to lock it. It's been a recurring thing ray. Crash in the sexiness. It's fucking weird. But it's it's it's really. I can't believe they got away with it. I almost it's also coming up and what's age the worst. But i can't believe they wrote that in a script and relent. Here's what's going to happen and seen twenty-three and then it actually kinda works. It's just like the degree of difficulty. It was like a nine point. Nine right he just wanted to see what was on tv..

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"barbary coast" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:18 min | 10 months ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on No Agenda

"Got quite a list. People really love especially these trying times when you don't know who you can look at look at them. Funny you got the right. The mass on mass off backs. It's it doesn't matter at a no agenda. Meet up nobody cares. We just want to hang out with people have one thing in common the best podcast in the universe. Everything else seems to melt away and the thirty first this saturday oregon local thirty three home home on the range kicks off at seven. Thirty a m willow pacific time north volk wolf creek public range. Maybe there's some shooting going on timber oregon else on saturday. Oklahoma city four zero five the summer. Meet up at two o'clock fastner hall o'casey saltwater sleighs of tampa bay area to thirty three catches waterfront grill and port richie. Florida san francisco sensitive for your safety. Mass gone wild beat up three thirty three zeitgeist And they'll they'll be organized by the night of the barbary coast. Four zero six local gets together to on saturday hop in hot bozeman bozeman. Meet up three thirty three at the hop lounge. Bozeman montana. The kansas city make meet up. Welcome home duke. Focus oto there. It too big homecoming. Meet up at hodge parker spencer of kansas city and deemed. Laurean are organizing that the post calgary stampede at four o'clock gosh i love the calgary stampede bank and barron look for frank. That's where you can find him on saturday. The thirty first and the no agenda nerds of colleen texas. We'll get together. The galaxy. B and g in colleen texas also on saturday the local thirty. Three portland oregon. Meet up six o'clock at starbucks outside or inside this arbox on oak street then on sunday the impromptu buffalo west new york meet up. Three o'clock at raymond's kill mech veteran's park fisherman's park sees b.'s. Memorial and then we move into Gosh august on monday. The kung fu hustle. Six o'clock at the doj. Oh dio and that'd be a bandera. Texas asher lauren. Allen to help you out there's a lot more august ardy chock-full got fleas. Take a look. It's great if you've not done no agenda me you must either all over the world. It will keep your magdala in check. It's a great thing to do in between shows. Lots of people like to do it. While shows running the listen together it is going to change your world. The first time you go to one of these no agenda meet ups dot com. If you can't find a new start one yourself. It's like a pot padre..

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"barbary coast" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:18 min | 10 months ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on No Agenda

"Got quite a list. People really love especially these trying times when you don't know who you can look at look at them. Funny you got the right. The mass on mass off backs. It's it doesn't matter at a no agenda. Meet up nobody cares. We just want to hang out with people have one thing in common the best podcast in the universe. Everything else seems to melt away and the thirty first this saturday oregon local thirty three home home on the range kicks off at seven thirty a m whoa pacific time north volk wolf creek public range. Maybe there's some shooting going on in timber oregon else on saturday. Oklahoma city four zero five the summer. Meet up at two o'clock fastner hall o'casey saltwater sleighs of tampa bay area to thirty three catches waterfront grill and port richie. Florida san francisco sensitive for your safety. Mass gone wild beat up three thirty three zeitgeist And they'll they'll be organized by the night of the barbary coast. Four zero six local gets together to on saturday hop in hot bozeman bozeman. Meet up three thirty three at the hop lounge. Bozeman montana. The kansas city make meet up. Welcome home duke. Focus oto there. It too big homecoming. Meet up at hodge parker spencer of kansas city and deemed. Laurean are organizing that the post calgary stampede at four o'clock gosh i love the calgary stampede bank and barron look for frank. That's where you can find him on saturday. The thirty first and the no agenda nerds of colleen texas. We'll get together. The galaxy. B and g in colleen texas also on saturday the local thirty. Three portland oregon. Meet up six o'clock at starbucks outside or inside this arbox on oak street then on sunday the impromptu buffalo west new york meet up. Three o'clock at raymond's kill mech veteran's park fisherman's park sees memorial and then we move into Gosh august on monday. The kung fu hustle. Six o'clock at the doj. Oh dio and that'd be a bandera. Texas asher lauren. Allen to help you out there's a lot more august ardy chock-full got fleas. Take a look. It's great if you've not done no agenda you must either all over the world. It will keep your magdala in check. It's a great thing to do in between shows. Lots of people like to do it. While shows running the listen together it is going to change your world. The first time you go to one of these no agenda meet ups dot com. If you can't find a new start one yourself..

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"barbary coast" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"So so since this is Jim, The Dork Forest. Don't you go into the minutiae a little bit and go for, you know? I'm so glad not to be talking about Jonestown and Dan White, you know, my boss, the most, some of the most violent people in San Francisco in the Barbary Coast. They weren't the hoodlums. They weren't the Chinatown tongs. They weren't, they weren't even the Vigilantes so much. Although, this inspired vigilantism, they were newspaper publishers. In what year, like from the very earliest, San Francisco from 1856, through the 1880s, okay? Like newspaper, Publishers in San Francisco. And this was not a national Trend, this was not something. This wasn't just newspaper, Publishers of the time, it was San Francisco. They would shoot it out on Market Street with each other life over. Cuz they were basically printing these gossip sheets, even newspapers that are still around today. Like the chronicle started, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Survivor of the great newspaper, circulation Wars of the 19th and even 20th century was basically started by the DeYoung family as a blackmail operation. Hey an extortion. Racket. What? So they would like Prince George. They would they would it was kind of light like gossip and news with some really salacious stuff but they were not above taking a payoff to keep your name out of the paper. So this is the same thing. Just go Gazette. When it first started the chronicle, I'm sorry. Yeah. You, you know, you it's, you know, I'm hoping for a still hoping for a story and they're so I'm not sure. I should be talking all this, but hopefully it'll are after this post after the story runs, right? But, yeah, well, they've read it. They know. But the crowd. Yeah. The young family. They came from st. Louis, or from Missouri, and there was Charles, there was Gustav us and Michael. And the rumor is that I didn't put this in the book. That computers. Yes, wage and so, they have a lot of experience being violent with each other was by far the most violent, but they, the rumor was, and I couldn't quite ever confirm this to my liking. But that their paper started. After in the eighteen early 1860s, they started in newsprint after there. There were like basic song. There were Pro, Southern Pro, Confederacy newspapers, and a bunch of anti, you know, bunch of pro-union people, you know, heart's in the right place. Busted up the printing presses and came in and just busted the places up and put them out of business. So the DeYoung, the rumor is took all the Machinery that they could Salvage and created their own printing. Press. And that's whether they're printing, press was from the aftermath of the expulsion of the pro Confederacy papers. Okay. And we're did they have an opinion in the Civil War? Missouri, you know, was pretty well split. Yeah, I, you know, I don't really know. I mean, they, they definitely weren't. They definitely were part of the news, media after that. The news media was definitely pro-union after that. Okay, so yeah, they, you're printing a Confederate rag. They would have just been busted up to. So they just took the stuff from the Confederates, and, and rebuilt the Machinery in rebuilt it into, you know, a decent, a black male authors, Asian. So they would essentially like whoever was famous or rich in San Francisco there like we're going to tell we're going to print in our paper that you're having an affair or that you're a thief or that your choice or that or they they I'll get to this later. But slave labor they would expose people. Sometimes they expose people for for decent things and we we will get into the..

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"barbary coast" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Revolutionary War conflicts, but they were in service to the crown to a large extent and or just self protection. So they probably don't fall under the American military history. How about the Mexican American War? Does it stand by? Okay? The war of Jenkins ear is probably my favorite named war. I don't know who Jenkins was unwise here pissed off so many people, but there was a war fiddle fought over it. 1 17 39 17 48. It had to do with the contest between Great Britain and France to rule the new world. Ah and Spain was heavily involved, too. The My sources did not explain Jenkins nor his ear. It's going to take him in it, but I think you'll find it interesting. First of all, there is the war of Addison's tow The No more body parts specifically in the war of names, the names of wars rather the Revolutionary War. Of course. Following the American Revolutionary War, the US faced potential military conflict on the high seas as well as on the Western frontier. Um And ah, the British ceded a bunch of lands to the United States. But the Indian tribes, which had fought with the British Said No, this is still our land. And so the United States began a Siri's of wars saying No, you lost. These are our lands and they didn't teach you about that. In the kind of raw whitewashed view over in history, and they're certainly not teaching you that in the woke period of rainbow flag flying American history. But some of the Indian wars we're just trying to sort out the aftermath of the American Revolution. Let's see. Then you have revolutionary France declared war on Great Britain. We tried to stay neutral, but French privateers began to sue sees US vessels. This is in the 17 nineties, which led to an undeclared quasi war between the two nations. We had to send our our navy to war to stop France from seizing our ships. Finally, John Adams managed to negotiate a truce. Similar fashion the Berbers along the Barbary Coast inventors of fine style of carpet. These are your Barbary pirates. We're doing roughly the same thing. They were capturing all our merchant ships holding our cruise for ransom snuffing a bunch of them and we paid protection. Money Ransom until 18 No. One When T. J. Thomas Jefferson refused to pay and said, Yeah, I got something for you. It's the U. S navy and send it over and our boys fought and died in those wars in the very early 18 hundreds. Then famously in 18 12. Great Britain said. Yeah, Yeah, We don't like you being with France. We're going to kick your ass. And it was on again with great Britain, and they actually burned the White House, which is amazing. Indeed, our closest current friend burnt down our White House. Dolly Madison famously grabbed a bunch of the art from the White House, slipped in under a petty goats and escaped with it. If you haven't studied the war of 18 12, it's so for gotten. It's funny, but it's crazy Man. The Brits over in Washington D. C. We're losing bad. There is a war with Mexico from 18 46 to 18 48. Which U S Grant who fought in that war. Most of your civil war generals. Our generals in the civil war because of that war, But U. S Grant called the most unjust war in American history. Zachary Taylor, Winfield, Scott and others. It was to a large extent a land grab. That's and that's it for the world. If you're a historian, and that's oversimplified, we know American Civil War. 18 61 to 16 18 65. Perhaps you've heard of it. Post Civil War era. The Indian wars which went on for 26 years or so on the Great Plains. Several tribe especially the soon Comanche, fiercely resisted confinement to reservations, etcetera, etcetera. Again, very complex both morally and historically more than you've been taught in schools. You got your Spanish American war in 18 98. Is that the one Teddy Roosevelt was involved in? Yes, sir. Short but decisive war marked by quick, overwhelming American victories at sea and on lane land against Spain are excellent, excellent. Navy was well prepared and won laurels. Even his politicians tried and failed. Have it redeployed to defend disco cities against potential threats from the feeble Spanish fleet, etcetera. So there's politics involved in is now is as always, battles in Cuba, etcetera, the Philippine American War 18 99 to 19 0, too. I am Cash. Let's see. That's on the modernization of the Navy. You got your banana wars. From 18 98 1935 old versus Chiquita, but Anna voice, which is no longer exists. It's a known in formal term for the minor intervention. Latin America from 18 98 until 1935 included military presence and battles in Cuba, Panama, Panama Canal Zone, Haiti, Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. The U. S Marine Corps began to specialize And long term military occupation of these countries, primarily to safeguard customs revenues, which were the cause of local civil wars. So we've been policing a free trade going way back right? Exactly. Hispaniola mandatory in guerrilla resistance endemic through the period of occupation. Through the early part of the 20 century against Central America. The moral rebellion 18 1919 13 in the Philippines. We sent our troops over to fight and be injured and sometimes die. Then there was the Mexican Revolution. Ponsero via etcetera rating into the United States in 1910 to 1919 Pershing was untold amount. He waas John J. He was sent to punish via in the poncho via expedition via fled with the Americans in pursuit deep into Mexico, thereby arousing Mexican nationalism. World War. I've heard of it. The Russian civil war. Believe it or not, we had expeditions up there to make sure nothing got too crazy and and our guys were attacked, but they're absolutely under threat. Then you have the neutrality acts, etcetera. And then you got your World War two. I think you've probably heard of that. Following World War two There was the Cold War in the Korean War, the second World War in which my late father in law thought he was both World War two vet and a Korean War vet..

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"barbary coast" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

Man Tools Podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

"Pirates. So it's not rape if everyone's going to die that should be a man choice and not be rentals rule speaking of the speaking of really bad on their thing. So our next story, let's see November 2nd 1928 the first radio broadcast in the United States was made from Pittsburgh. And I guess that guy's name is a Conrad here curious. Yeah, that's wild. It looks all I mean, I guess it was just cobbled together. It really was electronic stuff. Yep still is just it's under nicer housing now. Let's see, November 3rd 1493 Christopher Columbus arrives in the Caribbean islands specifically Dominica off during his second Expedition. Kind of came back to you the spot. He pretty close to where he landed the first time and then you know, and by the way, this picture was taken shortly before he cut all their hands off for not producing enough, right? This is when that photo was taken. Wow, here's like coconuts. I said to get gold how long yeah and finally November 4th 1798 Congress approved a measure to pay a yearly tribute to Tripoli on the Barbary Coast cuz it came to the conclusion that the only way to protect you as shipping. Of course later on Thomas. Jefferson says enough of that and sends in the Marines which is why they're him has the the line from the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli cuz he sent them over there and Ed. Kick their asses and sit and we're not paying any more. Yeah, and you're going to leave us alone. How about that? How about that? So sometimes that's what you got to do. Right only some pent-up submarines. That's also fun fact a few years ago. And now we've had several whenever a Muslim member of Congress or Home official get sworn in at the white house or at at the Capitol. They do it with Thomas. Jefferson's Qur'an. The reason he had a Quran Was he wanted to understand his enemy when this was going on right? He's like, why do they think they can just attack us and like that? We're not people down and yeah went in there and oh if you don't believe what we believe we don't think your people so it's in their folk life and that has been this week in his history. If you have a chance to read the Thomas Jefferson Bible, it's it's pretty good. That.

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"barbary coast" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That we already have the next shields high episode done and we're going to have been talked of Brewster Mark. We're going to create a Siri's of them. So I have a bunch to release in. Succession on a predetermined schedule at once. But that's for those of you were listening to the radio show right now on the radio, one of our wonderful affiliates across the country. It's another reason why we really need you to subscribe. To the podcast of the Buck Sexton show because this is not going to air on the terrestrial stations. Only gonna be a podcast extra already have one done the first siege of Malta. There's going to be to siege of Malta podcasts. I think there's going to be to Lepanto podcast, which will be different from the one I did years ago for a whole bunch of reasons on I'm also considering just is a little special gift. A producer mark doing, eh? A Dracula history podcast to release this year on Halloween. I'm thinking about so we might that what I might not have time to get to, But the other one's already happening. So just Please. Do you subscribe The Buck Sexton Show the I Heart app. You can also subscribe in the apple podcast door or on Spotify, which is very easy. I know they're a bunch of lives who are trying to get rid of Joe Rogan or censor room or whatever, but they also paid him $100 million. So there's that But Spotify is a very easy interface. Once you start using it, I was skeptical of it at first, and I've got to say I use it all the time now, so I'm not quite as great as the I heart radio after. No, no, the I already have his way better, obviously, But I'm just trying to give people options. Just people options on DH, So we'll do that. That's the plan, but we already have one in the can. So producer Mark and he's got it. Mark. You confirm receipts. Everybody knows how much is blown smoke. I will give you this one. He did actually record about guests. There you go. The history the first field type, not the first one. The most recent. She'll ties in the Can. I have another one done, and we're thinking we're going to start releasing them in November, taking into December. And then people have some fun stuff to listen to over the holiday period if they didn't get to it during the week, So we released them. You could listen them all in succession, and that's that's the plan. And all this Columbus Day talked to has got me. I mean, I want you guys to understand. Wait. Why was Collins trying to find the new world? We always here he wanted to find the route to the spice markets. And the riches of the far east of South Asia on China, but also they wanted to do an end run on the Muslims on the Ottoman Empire. They wanted to get around them because they knew that with a stranglehold on trade, the Ottomans were so wealthy, so influential and powerful, especially once they took out. The man look, so the ma'am looks in Egypt and then added the Barbary Barbary coast of their empire that they needed to find a way around this or else they would not be ableto economically. Keep up. And the Ottoman conquest would continue and just take in all of Europe. So Columbus and his voyage in 14 92 plays directly into that, and the period that I'm talking about with the siege of Malta and really part one is what leads up to the siege of Malta. In what would you be? Basically the first half of the 16th century? I know we're nerd. Not a little bit here, but you're gonna love it. The box action show subscribe to the podcast Shields High episodes coming. Tax season's behind us for this year. But for too many of us tax problems persist with this pandemic tax problems. We're just gonna get worse for individuals on small business.

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"barbary coast" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I can't believe it. I can't believe he's depressed out of his mind. Guard comes by and goes. Hey, rum pot out of here. Ecstatically goes or rob bod IES out loud he can get And we walked out of there, but we're actually tossed out of the Barbary Coast. We ended up at the Tropicana being tossed from the Barbary Coast that is brutal. That's rates. It's brutal end up anywhere because you've been tossed their strong. It's strong buddy who's Who's They got ripping up hundreds of a friend of mine? Who is again I know through the world of poker, and you know you can run into some, You know, the thing about gamblers is, you know the money comes fast, and the money goes fast. And so you don't You don't really value the money because it does come fast. I'm just saying in general You know she had that's where you have gamblers kind of rolling it out. So this is one of those guys and he goes to Vegas, and he was by his own admission a little unruly and so at the Wynn Hotel. And they what do they call it? When they throw you out? They call 80 sixing. You're such terms that right so And he's out in front. He goes. I don't need your trying Get a limousine. I guess he was drunk. I mean again by home admission and He said. I don't need your stinking casino. I got money on top of money. He's all the obnoxious things. And so I could say when they're drunk and a gambler and he starts literally tearing up $100 bills. I don't need your stinking money at this and you know, and Terence $100 bills in front of women, and to this day he can't go back to the wind. He's still completely de cuter that Izzy aged. So that is one of those stories. I do We have him yet or not. You're not yet. Do you stay at the you Stay and have you stayed at the Tropicana in the last 20 years. Oh, yeah, So that's the thing. So So one of my other degenerate friends who was a poker player invited me with him to go to the Tropicana. And he said, Oh, they've redone it and I've got a casino host. I usually don't stay there. I'm actually staying at Bellagio understood that there's nothing I stayed in a suite in one of these days. I just I just like the general vibe at the Wynn or something a little bit slightly higher end than the Tropicana and never know they've really done it. And it's true they painted the entire thing. White. And they did redo the casino, and they redid a couple of things. But it's still the Tropicana and still, you know, not spray painting turds. Thank you. Thank you, And so we go in there. And they they got me in a suite and again. I used small s on sweet on DH. There is a so the room is a little bit bigger. But the this is the first tip that you're maybe not dealing with the operation that they really redid all the way down to the studs. The heater air conditioning thing is one of those things that you walk over to I don't like a motel. You don't mean how you you flip it open and it goes and you just kind of turn it up. And it makes that sound like a like a jet engine starting And that is the sound that that made all weekend. Okay, that if every time it went on, so it goes on the middle of night it wakes you up. So then we went down to the actual casino. And as you say it, it's it's a Tropicana and there's paint on everything. There was a restaurant there. It wasn't bad. It's one of only three restaurants and one of them is a coffee shop, so it's really only one of two restaurants..

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"barbary coast" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Is announcing enhanced presence of federal agents in cities. He said this maybe even listening to the Larry oldies show. Quote the principal danger to the lies of our inner city communities is violent crime. The leading cause of death for young black males is homicide. Every one of those lives. Matter End of quote. And, according to the CDC. Homicide is a leading cause of death. In black males. Aged one. 2 44 Leading Cause of death. The next leading cause. Is unintentional injuries. The leading cause of death for young white males. I've told you for years These accidents. Or the car accidents. Swimming pool accidents. The leading cause of death, whether unintentional or not. For black males is homicide. And very, very few of them are killed. White cops. Charlie Daniels widow reveals a letter that trumps in her following A country icon to death. He had a monster hit. As you know, the devil went down to Georgia. Died earlier this month. He was 83 years old. You're talking yesterday about how difficult it's going to be to determine who gets what for reparations. And after you get your money, then somebody could sell you for what happened to them. Somebody else. There's a book put out by professor from Ohio State named Robert Davis. And the book is called Christian Slaves. Muslim master's white slavery in the Mediterranean. The Barbary coast in Italy, 1518 100 Will came out in 2004. He said. Much that has been written gives the impression that there were not many slaves. Who are white. He says. White slavery was far more common than was previously known. Over the course of four centuries, he writes. The Atlantic slave trade was substantial. About 12 to 10 million black Africans were brought to the Americas. But from 1500 to 16 50 Period of 150 years. When transatlantic slavery was still in its infancy. He writes more white Christian slaves. Were probably taken to Barbary. Northern coast of Africa, then black African slaves to the Americas. Here's what he said. Quote one of the things that both the public and many scholars have tended to take as a given. Is that slavery was always racial in nature. And that only blacks have enslaved, but that is not true. We cannot think of slavery is something that only white people did the black people. Enslavement was a very real possibility for anyone who traveled in the Mediterranean or who lived along the shores and places like Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, even as far north is England and Iceland. End of quote. He said, although hundreds of thousands of Christian slaves were taken for the Mediterranean countries. The effects of the Muslim slave trade was felt much further away. It appears, for example, that through most of the 17th century, the English lost at least 400 sailors a year to slavers. Even the Americans were not immune. For example, one American slave. Reported that 130 other American seamen had been enslaved by the Algerians in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic between 17 85 in 17 93. Historian writes that the vast scope of slavery in North Africa has been ignored or minimized. And party says it because it's in no one's agenda to discuss what happened. The enslavement of Europeans doesn't fit the general theme of European world conquest, colonialism. That is central to scholarship in the modern area, he said. Martin era, he says. Many of the countries that were victims of slavery, such as France and Spain would later conquer and con allies. The areas in North Africa, where their citizens were once held a slave's maybe, he says, Because of this history, Western scholars have thought of Europeans, primarily it's evil colonialists and not his victims. As they often were. He also said the reason that Mediterranean slavery's been ignored him in a rise has been there hasn't been good estimates on the total number of people enslave. You see people at the time, he said. Both Europeans and Barbara Coast owners did not keep detailed, trustworthy records of the number of slaves the head. In contrast, there were extensive records the document the number of Africans brought to the Americas of slaves. So he's come up with the numbers. The result is, he says, between 15 30 17 80 there were almost certainly one million and quite possibly his 1,000,000 if many of 1.25 million white European Christians Enslaved by the Muslims. Of the Barbary Coast. By the way, he says treatment of the slaves suggests that, for the most part, their lives were every bit as difficult as those of black slaves in America Quotas. Faras daily living conditions are concerned. The Mediterranean slaves, he writes, certainly didn't have it any better. End of quote. He said. While African slaves did grueling labor on sugar and cotton plantations in the Americas, European Christian slaves were often working just as hard and just as lethal E. In quarries. Heavy construction above all rowing. The Boat galleys themselves. And he says, quote we have lost the sense of how large enslavement could loom for those who lived around the Mediterranean and the threat they were under slaves were still slaves, whether they were black or white, whether they suffered in America or in North Africa. End of quote. Now, how does the reparations thing work now again For for that Blacks get money and then money given to other people and And, uh, told you about the African countries that have apologized for their role in slavery. Ghana has apologized. Four African chieftains who have captured slaves, selling them in mass to European flavor and Arab slavers and has said yesterday the Arab slave trade out of Africa started hundreds of years before the European slave trade. Did. And continued long after and there still is slavery going on in many parts of the world, including many countries in Africa. We talked about that yesterday. Will the, uh won't crowd pay attention to that? Hey, Chicago. Alderman says 17 shot in Chicago. How many more will be shot and killed before we recognize that this is a crisis? This is an urban civil war. This is this is a ghetto circular firing squad. People are dying. Men, Women and Children are being shot and they obsess about nothing they obsess about Theatre. Thanks for they obsess about demonstrators being herded off the street. When they look at what's happening. My goodness, they're streets of Chicago running. Rid. These are not just hyperbole. This is literal Truth 17 shot tonight. In the in the hour or two before this program went on the air, Sean, please. At a certain point, you have to recognize that even people who have been their vested ideological interests to ignore a fact cannot ignore the body count the bodies being piled up at what point does this become the news? But the mayor Chicago says the reason for this because Donald Trump has failed to enact Gun control legislation the same gun control legislation that was not enacted last year. Why then? Were they homicides lower last year than they are this year? Just curious. Bernie Sanders says Joe Biden will be the most progressive president since FDR is that good. The mother of the.

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"barbary coast" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The principal danger to the lives of our inner city communities is violent crime. The leading cause of death for young black males is homicide. Every one of those lives. Matter into quote. And, according to the CDC. Homicide is the leading cause of death. In black males. Aged one. 2 44 Leading Cause of death. The next leading cause. Is unintentional injuries. The leading cause of death for young white males, as I've told you for years If accidents Or the car accidents. Swimming pool accidents. The leading cause of death, whether unintentional or not. For black males is homicide. And very, very few of them are killed. White cops. Charlie Daniels widow reveals a letter that trumps in her following A country icon to death. He had a monster hit. As you know, the devil went down to Georgia, died earlier this month. He was 83 years old. You're talking yesterday about how difficult it's going to be to determine who gets what for reparations. And after you get your money, then somebody could sue you for what happened to them. Somebody else. There's a book put out by professor from Ohio State named Robert Davis. And the book is called Christian Slaves. Muslim master's white slavery in the Mediterranean. The Barbary coast in Italy, 1518 100 Will came out in 2004. He said. Much that has been written gives the impression that there were not many slaves. You are white. He says. White slavery was far more common than was previously known. Over the course of four centuries, he writes. The Atlantic slave trade was substantial. About 12 to 10 million black Africans were brought to the Americas. But from 1500 to 16 50 Period of 150 years. When transatlantic slavery was still in its infancy. He writes more white Christian slaves. Were probably taken to Barbary. Northern coast of Africa, then black African slaves to the Americas. Here's what he said Quote. One of the things that both the public and many scholars have tended to take as a given is that slavery was always racial in nature. And that only blacks have been slaves. But that is not true. We cannot think of slavery is something that only white people did the black people. Enslavement was a very real possibility for anyone who traveled in the Mediterranean or who lived along the shores and places like Italy, France, Spain, Portugal. Even as far north as England and Iceland. End of quote He said, although hundreds of thousands of Christian slaves were taken for the Mediterranean countries. The effects of the Muslim slave trade was felt much further away. It appears, for example, that through most of the 17th century, the English lost at least 400 sailors a year to slavers. Even the Americans were not immune. For example, one American slave. Reported that 130 other American seamen had been enslaved by the Algerians in the Mediterranean. And the Atlantic between 17 85 in 17 93. Historian writes that the vast scope with slavery in North Africa has been ignored or minimized. And party says it because it's in no one's agenda to discuss what's happened. The enslavement of Europeans doesn't fit the general theme of European world conquest, colonialism. That is central to scholarship in the Martin area, he said. In modern era, he says, Many of the countries that were victims of slavery, such as France and Spain would later conquer and con allies. The areas in North Africa, where their citizens were once held a slave's maybe, he says, Because of this history, Western scholars have thought of Europeans, primarily it's evil colonialists and not his victims. As he often were. He also said the reason that Mediterranean slavery's been ignored him in a rise has been there hasn't been good estimates on the total number of people enslave. You see people at the time, he said. Both Europeans and Barbara Coast owners did not keep detailed, trustworthy records of the number of slaves the head. In contrast, there were extensive records the document the number of Africans brought to the Americas of slaves. So he's come up with the numbers. The result. If he says between 15 30 17 80 there were almost certainly one million and quite possibly his 1,000,000 if many of 1.25 million white European Christians Enslaved by the Muslims. Of the Barbary Coast. By the way, he says treatment of the slaves suggests that, for the most part, their lives were every bit as difficult as those of black slaves in America Quotas. Faras daily living conditions are concerned. The Mediterranean slaves, he writes, certainly didn't have it any better. End of quote. He said. While African slaves did grueling labor on sugar and cotton plantations in the Americas, European Christian slaves were often working just as hard and just as lethal E. Inquiry's Heavy construction above all rowing. The Boat galleys themselves. And he says, quote we have lost the sense of how large enslavement could loom for those who lived around the Mediterranean and the threat they were under slaves were still slaves, whether they were black or white, whether they suffered in America or in North Africa. End of quote. Now, how does the reparations thing work now again For for that Blacks get money and then money given to other people and And, uh, told you about the African country that have apologized for their role in slavery. Donna has apologized. Four African chieftains who have captured slaves, selling them in mass to European slaver and Arab slavers and has said yesterday the Arab slave trade out of Africa started hundreds of years before the Europeans late traded. And continued long after and there still is slavery going on in many parts of the world, including many countries in Africa. We talked about that yesterday. Will the, uh won't crowd pay attention to that? Hey, Chicago. Alderman says 17 shot in Chicago. How many more will be shot and killed before we recognize that this is a crisis? This is an urban civil war. This is this is a ghetto circular firing squad. People are dying. Men, women and Children are being shot. And they obsess about nothing. They obsess about theater expert they obsess about demonstrators being herded off the street. When they look at what's happening. My goodness, the streets of Chicago running rid these are not just hyperbole. This is literal Truth 17 shot tonight in the in the hour or two before the program went on the air, Sean, please. At a certain point, you have to recognize that even people who have in their vested ideological interests You ignore a fact cannot ignore the body count the bodies being piled up at what point does this become the news? But the mayor Chicago says the reason for this because Donald Trump has failed to enact Gun control legislation the same gun control legislation that was not enacted last year. Why then? Were they homicides lower last year than they are this year? Just curious. Bernie Sanders says. Joe Biden will be the most progressive president since FDR is that good on the mother of the teen is filing a lawsuit against the city of.

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"barbary coast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You know, so yeah, When you hear the same person has done it, you know, seven years in a row, you know these air fraudulent, you know, spots radio spots that are playing there to try and generate business, because, as we say, back in Jersey, we're both hail from. There's a sucker born every minute. There's no question about that. I wanted to get into because one thing that I love about, you know, you and and my pal Chuck Cattle who's also a professional gambler at ethics, man. I mean, you guys are top of the line as faras ethics and and I love that. I mean, you're somebody that you know you shake somebody's hand when you're able to or were you look somebody in the eye? You know, it's old school. You're an old school guy. You have that trust that foundation. Somebody crosses you once. That's all it takes. But if not, their word is probably That is you be or you were able to build a report you know, in certain relationships and gain that trust. How did you decide from Jersey that Vegas was the place for you? Well, you know, I started betting professionally and 4 11 25 plus years ago, I knew Las Vegas was the sports betting capital of the world. Of course, back then, when I was in Atlantic City It was no sports betting. And when I was in New Jersey, there wasn't so the place is. The bet was with your local guy. And with the offshore sports books on the offshore sports books that was Giant giant revenue stream. If you were a professional, and you knew how to take advantage of the bonus system back then, so I guess I started back then and my mentor. Already was betting it was middling and scalping games back in the mid nineties, and, uh What That means is you're betting both way out both ways on the games. And if you're scalping, it's more like a day trader buying and selling, trying to make some money in between. So I definitely started like that. However, I do not middle of scalp no more. It's just it's so hard to do now. Yet there are couple groups that do it. They have, You know that that great screen scraping software and you have to. Ah, you really have to be into it to make a penny or two on small trades. And I thank God I'm out at that time in my life where I have to do that. I could just bet advantages. And you just have to keep my position. You know, That's one thing I noticed, too. When I first started, we were literally scalping, laying a dollar 14 on the Yankees come back of dollars. 16 and, you know, locking up Ah, 100 bucks feet away. Well, it's a good way to make a bankroll. But the better thing to do was just the bet the bad line. And what I mean is the bad line means One line that beats the closing number. But let's go to a football game, said barely three on a game And that game kickoff. Now is four. Well, if you have the minus three It's an advantage. But if you're taking the plus for which I was doing back then you know, trying to Middle games. Taking the plus four. I'm laying a dollar 10 at the negative evey bet, but minus three on the same game is a positive evey bet. So, um, it just worked out as long as you have the bankroll to bet the positive side. In the end, you have a house edge 567%. In the end that house edge They're going to equal something giant in the end, but going back to your original question. When I first started coming to Vegas was was also the mid nineties. You know, watch the early nineties by. I was actually coming out here betting some games in the night and I was playing with a sports book in Australia called can bet And I remember can bet on Fridays used to give you a great deal there. So I was. I was staying on the four corners here if I was being Caesar's or Barbary Coast. Back then they had so many different lines to get. Um, you know, you had You had Ah, Bali's had Bourbon Street, You had Barbary Coast. You had Caesar's even vote to go back to the notable mojito, blah. Geo came everybody at the block yard in 98 or whatever it was In the Bellagio. Yeah, You had a lot of different sports books to choose from different line. Then you could walk down the Harris and you have you know, there was a couple different. You could literally get six or seven different lives here in Nevada. And if you were playing a ll these different places, And this is this is really the beginning of real cellphones. Anyway. Please have those big, gaudy things that look like CBS Milwaukee talking, but That was the era of the pay phone. So the pay phones in the in the early nineties big nineties were on every corner and every sportsbook outside the books and stuff it was. You know, there was banks just like the movie casino. If you watch casino, you see those hand written truck boards of Wind going up and down, And there wasn't a digital age wasn't there yet? So it was really was a great time was a fantastic time. Actually back then, um, compared to you know, the Internet and the Internet came along. When I first started better with them on the Internet came out. I kind of ruined it for everybody that you know the DOD best screen, which is Ah, live on screen and stuff. It just kind of ruined it for everyone, because we'll kind of work for you guys. That was sharp because we had a lot of good information from indicators in the market from from checking a different sites that was a sharp sight. No, there was a time where you could make a living, just having a pinnacle sports account ofthe sure calling him up for the run down compared to the Sports book in Vegas. So you literally be able to make money. Just spending the bad line. So if you called Pinnacle and you had nine, you know, T minus nine laugh And here you're a Vegas then it's minus 10 minus 20 Well, even guarantee just betting the plus 10 even money. Long term it's a winning proposition. Pinnacle had the biggest sports bettor in the world betting at the time, so obviously they were shaping the line, which was a real sharp line compared to the Vegas line. Now I'm not saying that it wasn't only one or two guys and a lot of people knew this. So you're you're up against Of the different guys around town that, um You could even go back to the early you know, the the eighties or whatever. There was guys like Sam Braun, legendary middle and scalper and the great stories of Scotty Shetler. But he wrote Years ago, when he worked for gaming today. They're unbelievable articles. You could just Google his name. He was. He was a line manager. He ran the Stardust for Lefty Rosen bowling. So ah, there was some great great story that he wrote about the old days in Vegas. I wish I was, even though I'm kind of born older, I really have because I'm kind of a throwback and I still have the same the same way that was talking about. I've done so many this week. I don't know why I've done at least 10 shows all over the country. I was talking about someone of the shows. This was very interesting, um, years ago. I mean, you know, this can to the way to get into a rush. Crime was pulled a $20 bill and you fold it up. Four times and put in the palm of your hand. Shake the maitre D's hand. You know the rose colored glasses, maitre d to get into a restaurant or to get into a show of faith. You want to get to a show someone big comes in town, and, you know, we want one of the boots back in the eighties, the seventies and eighties..

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"barbary coast" Discussed on Bookworm Banquet - a podcast featuring book reviews and author interviews

Bookworm Banquet - a podcast featuring book reviews and author interviews

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on Bookworm Banquet - a podcast featuring book reviews and author interviews

"So today's bookworm. Fact is inspired by this unprecedented age. We are enduring right now with this international pandemic and we are all isolated. Most of us are living in shelter. Place orders right now by our states and cut me thinking about a book. I recently read called gentlemen in moscow and the concept of the story is about a gentleman living in moscow who ends up under house arrest for about thirty years and he is stuck in a hotel so it got me thinking about being locked in a place. And what do we do. In times of 'isolation and what kind of literature is actually produced during times of isolation so i started doing some research thinking about this book and this man who actually ended up living a very exciting very incredible life being locked inside of this hotel and i came across a list of very famous works of literature that were written by people that were imprisoned now. I know we're not actually in prison though. Some of us who may be homeschooling. Our children feel like prison. But we're not but this time of isolation does not mean that our creativity must die because some of the greatest works of literature actually written from prison isolation and so. I have a list here just to kind of inspire you those who may be writers or perhaps you would like to read a book Feel some affinity with somebody who was also locked away so feel free to look up some of these they might give you some hope for eventually getting out of the situation that we are in right now. So first of all straight from the bible. The apostle paul wrote the books of fusions philippians colossians anti lebron from prison in caesarea. He was in prison for two years and from there. He actually wrote several books of the new testament coming onto a little more modern era. We actually i wouldn't say modern relativity. Take a guess. What is pook progress. I will get to pilgrim stadium but do not stole my thunder. But before pilgrim's progress was actually britten in sixteen seventy two back in the fourteen fifties. Sir thomas mallory wrote the legend of king arthur. While he was in prison really had been yes. He was a convicted thug. Kidnapper supposedly and while he was on trial for apparently masterminding a string of over one hundred robberies. We wrote the legend of king. Arthur um it was called lamar there. Arthur assuming said that right and that is the foundation for all the australian legends to follow after. He wrote this. He actually got out of prison in fourteen sixty one he was not. I guess executed for his crimes so he was released. But you're arthur. Legends were actually written in prison and then of course most people do know that. Pilgrim's progress progress written by john brennan. Who was a puritan center. ended up in prison in sixteen sixty and sixteen seventy two and he during his time of isolation wrote. Pilgrim's progress which is a great story. If you have not read it you really should. It's such a beautiful allegory. On living a christian life next though which is actually ranked one of the greatest novels ever written. I don't know i'm not gonna say best. Jd but one of the grower in best are synonymous. I suppose so. But don quixote was actually written while surveys was in prison. He was working for. The spanish armada include five years as a slave on the barbary coast and it was during One of these times of imprisonment that he actually ended up writing. Don quixote in sixteen five and actually got him out of having to be a slave because it got him so much.

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"barbary coast" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I finish this. You're gonna know my phone number. Okay. My heart. So why don't you just put me into your contacts? All right. If you see any of these properties just give me a call. That's all anyway district eight it's considered northeast San Francisco, again, Marianne, San Marietta's breaking down the ten district of San Francisco historically to and also hysterically, but you know, right now, it's a circle so Russian north waterfront north beach. Oh my gosh. I I started off in the north Beijing. Okay. Telegraph hill. Hey, we've got a wonderful property for the six Belay on telegraph hill coming for the pricing. It's got a single a single family home through Benham's shouldn't have bats in the back in three rental units in the front perfect for investment property. Give me a call for one five eight ten and one hundred eight financial district Barbary coast. I guess. Hey. Barbary coast Mehta's made its debut as the madams would made he made lots of money during that time and go figure it's they're still making financing the same. They're the same neighborhood. Okay. It just different. Okay. It's Wall Street this time. That's all I'm gonna say. So I think I already mentioned version hill knob hill on my gosh downtown. Tenderloin? Okay. And that was one other district that you know, very terrible in the name of it. But you know, that's where people used to go by flash. Okay. Then isn't Civic Center. Okay. So what's my relationship to this? Again. My father was the was the right hand man for the late a wonderful, Dolly Fritz and not hill heiress, and we used to go up there all the time. And I used to play at the park. There is a little girl downtown was everything was happening downtown, and nobody had malls in those days. They only had downtown's. Okay. But I'm going to have to hurry because I have to jump onto the entry level entry level into district. Eight northeast is two million four hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Okay. Two million four hundred and fifty thousand dollars. It's been on the market since September twenty seven September October November. So it's been on the market for a while. So do they do I hear the word negotiability? I do I do here. And I'm really good at negotiability. So give me a call for one five eight ten one eighty days. So that's district nine and got a jump on and district. Excuse me district eight I gotta jump on district nine because I gotta make sure to cover all the districts in my time zone in my timeframe, so district ni- can is central east San Francisco, and this is where you get all the dot com or is okay yearbook. Boy, south beach mission. Bay central waterfront dog patch. Bow UPA, okay. Protrero hill south of market or Soma intermission and Bernal heights. Oh my gosh. I have relationships with all these neighborhoods, but I can't go into it right now because I have to get you the entry level into district nine. Wow. Six hundred.

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"barbary coast" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You're gonna know my phone number. Okay. My heart. So why don't you just put me into your contacts? All right. If you see any of these properties just give me a call. That's all anyway district. Eight is considered northeast San Francisco, again, Marianne Marianne is breaking down the ten district of San Francisco and historically to and also hysterically, but you know, right now, it's a circle so Russian north waterfront north beach. Oh my gosh. I I started off in the north Beijing. Okay. Telegraph hill. Hey, we've got a wonderful property for to six fully on telegraph hill. Comey for the parsing it's got a single a single family home two bedrooms have bats in the back in three rental units in the front perfect for. Investment property. Give me a call for one five eight ten and one hundred eight financial district Barbary coast. I guess, hey. Barbary coast maters made its debut as the madams would made made lots of money during that time and go figure it's they're still making financing the same. They're the same neighborhood. Okay. Is it just different? Okay. It's Wall Street this time. That's all I'm gonna say. So I think I already mentioned version hill knob hill my gosh downtown. Tenderloin? Okay. And that was one other district. You know, very terrible in the name of it. But you know, that's where people used to go by flash. Okay. Then essence Civic Center. Okay. So what's my relationship to this? Again. My father was the was the right hand man for the late a wonderful, Dolly Fritz, knob hill heiress, and we used to go up there all the time. And I used to play at the the park there is a little girl downtown was everything was happening downtown, and nobody had malls in those days. The only had downtown's. Okay. But I'm going to have to hurry because I have to jump onto the entry level entry level into district eight northeast. It's two million four hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Okay. Two million four hundred and fifty thousand dollars. It's been on the market since September twenty seven September October November. So it's been on the market for a while. So do I hear the word negotiability. I do I do here. And I'm really good at negotiability. So give me a call for one five eight ten one eighty days. So that's district nine and got a jump on and district. Excuse me district eight I gotta jump on district nine because I gotta make sure to cover all the districts in my time zone in my timeframe, so district ni- can is central east San Francisco, and this is where you get all the dot com or is okay. Yearbook Buena, south beach mission. Bay central waterfront dog patch bow bow. Wow, UPA. Okay. But pharaoh hill south of market are aka Soma, intermission and Bernal heights. Oh my gosh. I have relationships with all these neighborhoods, but I can't go into it right now because I have to get you the entry level into district nine. Wow. Six hundred ninety nine thousand you better be down my door. Give me a call for one five eight ten today to get entry level into district nine right now, there's a property six hundred ninety nine thousand and it's been in the market since October ten so you just have to. Give me a call. That's all you want to own a San Francisco. Are you have to do is call Sanford Marianne? There's no other way for you to neither way for you to be able to. Well, there is but no other way that doesn't make a special day for you, which is to contact Marianne Marianne dot com that is district hand southeast. So let me cover this really quick. Because there's a lot of neighborhoods in the district. Ten you've got automation mission terrace, Excelsior, Portola, Bayview, silver, terrorist, hunters point, candlestick point Bayview heights. Little hollywood. Oh my gosh. Okay. This attention valley Quaker Amazon. Okay. I have relationships in all those areas, but I don't want to cover it right now. Because I gotta get you entry level. Okay. Entry level and.

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"barbary coast" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"barbary coast" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Which may be that of Marx angles towel atrocity. You name it. They don't know what they're doing. And they don't know where it leads. They don't know history. And they are condemned to repeat it, but I'm not going along with them. Which is why I detest them. I'm not gonna let insane people lead me to my own death. And I want to leave it at that. For the moment. I don't have to sit here and get angry. And it's just what I do for twenty some odd years. It's on how I get things for this program. Very odd. I as you know, I'm a collector of less Pulitzer. I'm interested in art. So I subscribe to various art sites this came to me from an art site, and they're selling paintings that depict this white slave trade. And I didn't know anything about a truthfully. I didn't I thought I was sort of educated in this area. But it shows you how blank on is in so many areas, and all you gotta do is listen to Sean Penn or any other Hollywood illiterates who went to the high schools are performing ought to realize how illiterate illiteracy really can be most of us never heard the white slave trade war over a million white Europeans would take into slavery. Yes. We were quite shocked we discovered this as well. The Barbary coast. It was known lay along the shores of North Africa, predominantly included, the ports of Sally robot, ALgeria, Tunis and Tripoli. The name was derived from the Berbers who inhabited the region and Barbary corsairs pirates roamed the Mediterranean Sea in Atlantic Ocean with impunity to the point where at their peak in the seventeenth century, many Mediterranean coastal villages in Spain, France, Italy were totally abandoned you hear this sounds like what's coming today from the invasion from the invasion all refugees Belise leads in. So we can rape your daughter, and rob yo you rob your seconding in those days they rate, and then they took what they're getting today for free because people like Angela Merkel Hillary Clinton, I'll be right back. Join the Savage Nation..

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