21 Burst results for "Batavia"

"batavia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:30 min | 3 months ago

"batavia" Discussed on WTOP

"This Tuesday morning second day of the week here at three 28. Graphic had weather ID 8s, good morning to rich on her in the double DLP traffic center. Hi good morning dean still working up on two 70 in both directions approaching 85 buckies town pike down to a single left lane in each direction there as of late. Delays have been briefed, so hopefully you're getting through okay. If you're traveling on I 70 westbound, they continue to work west of the Baltimore ballet headed toward the batavia river and the Howard county line, single file Reich at you by the milling and paving project. And Virginia, paving on Georgetown pike has its slow and boat directions between walker road and the entrance to Great Falls park at old dominion drive. Again, traffic alternated one direction at a time through that work zone and it does slow folks down there so just be aware if you're traveling on 66 westbound as you approach and pass nug street headed toward one 23 still getting by that work zone single file to the right and you're also getting by a single file right between the fairfax county Parkway in 29 and center vault as well, so just be aware if you're traveling eastbound on 66 working your route 50 fairfax there you're down to a single right lane and then between as you approach and pass, not least street again two right lanes get you bothered work where they block off the left side of the split beyond that better headed toward the bellway. Still working for now three 95 south approaching edsel road, stay right past the work sound, rich hunter WTO traffic. Another hot and humid day out there for your Tuesday, really the last one with both heat and humidity. We'll see a good chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms as well. Going for a high of 94° before the storms move in, some of those storms could be strong, too severe during the afternoon. On Wednesday, behind that system, we're still warm, but not as hot and not as human with high of 88, 88 on Thursday and on Friday, going for high temperature of 85°, you know, it's a lot better with low humidity there as well. I'm storm team four, chief meteorologist at camera. You're working off this early 3 a.m. hour Tuesday morning August 30th to 74 and rest in 77 Bethesda, 74 as well in woodbridge this morning. We have dropped a degree where it's 75 now and our nation's capital. You listen to WTO for the latest news, traffic, and weather in your car, but what about when you're not behind the wheel? Download the WTO news app to listen wherever you are, eating breakfast, out for a run, or at work. Plus, sign up for news alerts, create a personalized news feed and register for rewards, 24/7

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"batavia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"batavia" Discussed on WTOP

"Members are the mission, visit navy federal dot org insured by NC UA. It stands 28. Now to return her in the WTO traffic center. All right, setting up the work zone 66 eastbound between 50 and one 23 once that is completely in place you should be down to a single right lane getting by then beyond that as you head past one 23 toward nutley street for now the works on there blocks a single left lane watch out for a brief slow down there, same with westbound, 66 as you head west of one 23, you're now down to two right lanes getting through that work zone between 28 center Volt two 34 business, a suddenly road, we're down to a single right lane through the works and now apparently a crash occurred in that work zone, but now the question is, are you able to get through at all? They're saying three lanes are closed there, so be extra careful as you head west of 28 headed toward manassas very slow ride there with the works and an impossible crash there as well. Cleaning up a debris spill on 28 Nord found north of the overpass from Braddock will only rotate up toward westfield's boulevard, that was along the left side you stay right to get by apparently a large truck lost a load of pallets so there is wood across the roadway there are also multiple disabled vehicles there as well, so be careful. If you're traveling in Maryland, that way through Montgomery and prince George's county is looking okay so far they are working up on 7 westbound between the Baltimore beltway and the bridge over the batavia river single left lane gets you by just after marriottsville wrote to work some blocks of right lane of three. Protect your home from the invisible destroyer termites call home paramount pest control for free inspection, 8 8 8 8 8 8 home paramount dot com, rich hunter W two traffic. Not a storm team four, Mike Jennifer. There'll be a risk of thunderstorms before midnight as a cold front comes to the region and these storms that do develop may produce damaging winds and very heavy rainfall. After midnight behind the front skies will clear in lows will be in the 60 suburbs

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"batavia" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"batavia" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"My name is Amy. I'm from batavia, Illinois, and I'm a mother runner up three kids, 6 four and two. I just finished playing Bama bingo by running around my block at nap time. So I could get some sunshine. It's finally sunny here. I wanted your advice on surviving the terrible twos because my two year old is capital T trouble. How did you survive the toddler years and please tell me the teen years are not as bad as everyone says? Your thoughts and perspectives are appreciated. Thank you. So first of all, dim explain briefly what Bama bingo is because we have another person with that. Okay? Yeah, so that is from the stride into the holidays. Stride program that we do. We do for charity around the holidays. It's between right before Thanksgiving to the middle of December. And every Friday or Saturday, we kind of have a fun little challenge where it could be fancy pants or what else did we do? You had to run an errand, to do an errand on the run, or stuff like that. And so one of them was Bamber bingo. So we just came up with 25 squares of just random stuff. Like, you know, peed a little in my pants or, you know, saw a running bumper sticker and one of them was I called, I called into AMR answers. So that's why we have a couple of those. Nice, nice, nice. So good. And this one I specifically chose because Alex our producer said we should broaden our scope of questions to include the mother part of mother runner. So I have to say the toddler years, I want to answer the second part, which is please tell me the teen years are not of as bad as everyone says, I would like to say it's not the teen years you should be worried about. It's the middle school years..

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"batavia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"batavia" Discussed on WTOP

"You're with WTO three and dean lane But Friday morning May 20 has Claudia with us at one 28 in the morning on WTO fee Good morning to rich hunter in the WTO feed traffic center Good morning dean right now traveling in Maryland south found 95 south of route 32 to two right lanes past the works and two 70 south on 1385 Bucky's town pike you down to a single right lane to the work zone also doing the same on the Nord found side approaching exit 31 two 70 Nord found in Rockefeller between montrose road and falls road to right lanes past the work there working on the bay bridge this morning westbound span blocked for overnight maintenance eastbound carries two way traffic one lane for each direction on the travel as of late delays have been brief 70 westbound and Howard county issue had west of route 32 toward Maryland 97 single left lane passed to work eastbound working east of U.S. 29 in Colombia I should say in Howard county exit 87 headed toward the batavia river single left lane get you by the work there Two ten south on it should south to the belly toward Kirby hill road still down to a single left lane to the work some but as of late days there Virginia over in loudoun county series crash still closing Ryan road each way at north star boulevard Again watch her police direction they were redirecting folks each way there as a result 95 southbound down in Stafford county as you approach and pass the exit for route 6 30 Stafford X one 40 again it does appear that traffic may be stopped in the work zone I want you to get by you will get by a single thoughts left Once they stop traffic they can hold it for up to 30 minutes rich hundred WTF traffic Storm team four tracking the first heat wave of the summer Well it's not even summer but we're going to see the temperatures in the 90s Going 93.

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"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Station 52° at 12 o'clock good morning I'm James Sears the news is sponsored by news nation A young boy is shot on the south side and Russia may be planning a cyberattack against the U.S. WGN traffic looking at our expressways and tollways right now not seeing any accidents out there to report dusan lakeshore drive though is closed Southbound from oakwood to 47th street for that pedestrian bridge construction near 43rd traffic is being detoured via cottage grove Chicago police are investigating a shooting that injured an 11 year old boy yesterday afternoon in the chatham neighborhood He's currently hospitalized in good condition more from WGN's Meghan dwyer Now according to Chicago police they say that this 11 year old boy sustained a gunshot wound to his right leg It happened in the 800 block of east 89th street that apparently was right in front of an apartment complex in a small front yard area It's unclear at this point if someone else shot him or potentially he accidentally shot himself Police are questioning at least one person of interest they did recover the gun at the scene Two people were killed and two others seriously hurt in a crash about 8 30 last night on the south side Police say a red SUV was speeding on Morgan drive east of Washington park field house when the driver's side swept a silver Chrysler sedan then veered off the road and struck a tree One person was ejected from the SUV three more had to be extricated The driver of the Chrysler was not injured And another deadly traffic accident in the western suburbs yesterday afternoon WGN's Dana rubic A multi vehicle crash on south Kirk road near pine street in batavia It happened around one 30 Altogether 6 vehicles were involved in this crash including two semis one hauling a fuel tank and four other passenger cars batavia police it appears the driver of the car that flipped over had tried to change lanes and hit the semi trailer causing them to cross the median into oncoming traffic A woman and young child in one of the other cars were taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries President Biden says Russia is preparing to use cyber warfare against U.S. companies He met.

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"batavia" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 10 months ago

"batavia" Discussed on KOMO

"And opened fire It's not clear if it's targeted or random We simply don't know at this time You can see a picture of the gunmen at komo news dot com Kelley Blair northwest news radio Two people hospitalized following a crash involving a school bus and a tree trimming truck near silverdale this afternoon Deputies say the north kits have district bus rear ended the truck Seriously injuring the bus driver a worker near the truck was also heard were told three children aboard that bust at the time of the crash though none of them were injured Republicans are vowing to block a bill that would give criminals sentenced to life in prison a chance at release More from Jeff bajila The state Senate passed SP 50 36 last week It was sponsored by Democrat manka dinger who says it would allow those who have reformed themselves The possibility of being let out of prison The vote was along party lines and now it's up to the house where Republican leader JT Wilcox says I think it's a pretty good bet that we'll have 41 Republicans against that But if Democrats all support the measure there's not much Wilcox in the Republicans can do If it does become law even killers like Gary Ridgway would be able to apply for early release Jeff Poe to let northwest news radio still ahead I'm Ryan Harris with lawmakers on a problem we've all faced when on the road but is an extra challenge for truckers when they need to go Let's find out what kinds of problems are on the road right now Marina rocinha with our traffic on the force from the douban law group traffic center We have another collision now north out 405 in Kirkland at 85th Now the one we had earlier cleared this is a whole new collision involving different vehicles two right lanes are blocked now and it's solid traffic from 70 of the we had just been recovering from that other collision so that backup is starting to grow again Southbound 405 a coal creek Parkway in factoria there's a collision partially block in the off ramp in summit or the west valley highway southbound at jovita boulevard There's a collision reported and who can operate closed right now both directions for boat traffic Your next northwest traffic at 6 14 Jumping into the weather situation now we head over the coma for weather center and the 1530 mortgage dot com forecast from como forest Shannon O'Donnell Why everybody.

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"batavia" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"batavia" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"For a free consultation called a three three 5 9 four zero zero 7 7 or lone star transfer dot com Parents are weighing in a school scramble to address the state's mass mandates after a judge dismissed them and governor pritzker vowed to appeal I'm upset I think it's the wrong call Superintendent of Timothy Christian schools in elmhurst Matt Davidson talked to ABC 7 and a supporting masked options We believe that we can achieve this We're seeing it done in so many places Tens of thousands of schools across the country have been masked optional all year long He believes he has the support of most of his school community with nearly 1300 students Police and batavia are investigating after two people were killed and others injured in a crash last night here's Nick Gail Police say it happened around 7 15 a crash in the 700 block of west Fabian Parkway They say a Ford Mustang traveling west crossed into the eastbound lanes that was hit by a passenger car traveling east Two men in that Mustang were pronounced dead at the scene and three people traveling in the other vehicle all were transported to an area hospital No citations have an issue as a crash is still under investigation Nick gael 8 90 WLS news A family is demanding answers after a pregnant woman dies in Chicago police custody They gathered outside of area four police headquarters Sunday where 31 year old London Marquez passed away last month The cause of death is still unknown rabbi Michael Ben Yusuf spoke to ABC 7 This is a second Second incident in Chicago with regards to our black and brown community.

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"batavia" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"batavia" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Just wasn't interested dealing i like to do with a piano is play it and that's that's the way it was made it very difficult. They always used to buy equipment for the students. Like tape recorders and things like that but with me we had to buy the equipment and then get reimbursed. They never bought my equipment. I always had to do it and then get submit. Receipts for other students. Didn't but i did so i You i'm not i. I don't know how they operate these days but as far as my days with them in new york. I ain't crazy about him. So i would imagine that am only making my own guests here that it probably you know who you get as in terms of avak rehab counselor might matter and also you know what You know obviously different states have different offerings as well as my guess i think i think that's part of it. I didn't care much for. Might my counselor's personality but that's how i had. So you know. I had to deal with it. Luckily my again. My guidance counselor in batavia was able to convince them that. I should be given the chance to go to college. That was another thing. They agreed to pay everything the first semester. And if i passed all my courses they would continue doing it. If i didn't then it was up to my parents to provide the rest of the tuition. Luckily and as the only time. I made the diesels was the first semester i made it and they continue to pick up the tab as it were so they were they. Were very difficult to deal with raid. Do we have any people who would like to participate. If anyone would like to participate we ask that you raise your hand it all. Why on p. c. option. Why on mac and star nine on the telephone and under the more tab to raise your hand..

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"batavia" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"batavia" Discussed on CarCast

"And your video you did a full did a full walk around and he brought it out your test track and you had your your team out there as well. Your test driver started off with with the drag racing and as you can imagine it's impressive right. It's all wheel drive. it's i guess three motors. Are they all three motors or they were four motors ever in an models. No i mean. The plot is the first three modes of seagull. One of the front two. Okay gotcha What was the previous one. Single motor or dual motor. Now they being a couple of those ever asked with a single. I forget now but basically the choice today is either to motors wheel drive but decided to his old three on okay and it's putting down two thousand twenty three thousand twenty holes. Paul claiming thousand twenty horsepower. Do i. I don't know how recalculate torque on those things. But what is the sort of the translation of of torque. I believe the talk is around. A thousand and fifty. Okay a pound street and say it's a different kind of token lots an instantaneous. Talk as well we just kinda heightens the feeling of power or fitting performance. And how did you guys end up doing in the quarter mile the videos out there. You guys should definitely watch it. 'cause it's good to deep dive into this vehicle but go ahead and tell us how how you did out there. Yeah i mean again. This is where we get into. Tesla's approach to pr if you like You know most manufacturers porsche particularly will tend to understates the performance pipes. Teza tend to go in the opposite route. They had a real headline claim for this would do zero to sixteen point nine nine seconds and this is what was being bandied about on twitter. Is the fastest Travel time and edison debate about the brain market. The moment but i'll give you. The remark is not cheap. Overproduction call on city isn't isn't isn't been delivered yet so now. The plot Montel tesla claimed the hubbub point nine nine seconds zero to sixty and cool to rain at nine point. Nine point two nine point two three. I think he was at about one hundred fifty five nine point two three two hundred fifty five. The challenge with that is that tesla did two things won't be included rollout. Which is something that happens in drag racing but doesn't happen in the real world so we never include rollouts and secondly they used a prepaid survey so they basically used a prep dragster right so they gave you. They went to a drag strip and they basically said we. We brought the car here. And we all know anybody's looking at these numbers knows what what that means. It's a drag strip so we know there's a bit of a rollout we know that it's it's it's a stickier track. There's rubber down. There's the you know the the track is prep for it. So you know it's an aggressive number. I agree with you like why. Why advertise the the drags turnover. But i guess in some. I guess dodged it right with the with the Demon right they're like. Hey know in drag strip form with with the tires and skinny in the front that you can buy. That thing runs nine. I guess my point would be it. The demon was very set up as a specialist. Call drag strips that other the plot is basically being set of his everyday kalsa the driving around the city. But i take your point. So i can give you our figures if you like i would track. He's basically i felt as you would find it on a a a normal straight. We do measure. We calculate the Give you that. But we don't tend to quote that because it has no rollout on the high street so we hit zero to sixty in two point three quarter mile in nine point full at one hundred fifty point eight so basically we were just about three. Tenths down Plane but if you factor in the roll out because we can calculate shit rollout was with point two four of a second so we're basically a ten slow than tesla but where on a on a proper straight surface. so yes. we're slow then tiso. But he's still astonishing. Figure i i tend to. You're talking about a tenth at these speeds. That's that's impressive. Impressive for tesla's claim and impressive for recreated as well and you know impressive for for your driver to to to nail that number. And i just out of curiosity obviously. The video needs to be edited to to make it entertaining and time constraints. How many times did you run it. I mean was it. Was it within a tenth or two every time or or or not so. The video is actually did. I think you've seen the film of the actual testing jonathan. We had a gopro running all his pace. He's run and his reaction is extraordinary because he said that. The test drives quite narrow of course. Won't she got one with all at once. You get above a hundred everything. You've got to feel the vision barrows anyway and as we actually tastic way better than mine. I was noticing the film but his reaction is ten times better than mine. Just an also you can see the adrenaline. I mean he's he's a pretty bill guide. You can actually see the kind of the muscle death grip on we all going. Yeah we can come onto the yolk in a minute but But yeah i mean we were. We were just like again while mahathir tense behind tesla's quarter and one hundred fifty one. I'm what's interesting is most eve as a very fast off the line but they once she get above like sixty miles now. I mean they start to tail off in performance. This thing doesn't just keep pulling and pulling and pulling and we did do a series of a series of runs didn't suffer too much degradation when we took a drag racing which is another film that we wish we could talk about that. We did feel a bit of a performance drawl as the challenge. Went down is day went on. We did stop to notice that it was quite pulling as hard as its holiday house. But you know crazy crazy figures and the fact that it is accessible as basically like a thousand bob. Dole's call talking about the trx. Will you saying about coming off the highway Springs the other way he can. You know it's a handful and you know you put your foot down the trx cacophony of noise squirming around a little bit site with a super climate flournoy even something like at mci. You'd very very visceral experience by conscious. A lot of noise a lot of movement everything else just squats goes so i think people would get into trouble with this thing because we really have to recalibrate your brain to understand how she going and what it's doing because he's also i freight there's plenty of grit and you have to go through this whole process before you can actually do a rub. They call trump salvage kills. The batteries took seven minutes before he actually was ready to go that he Itself on the suspension into what. They call cheat them. There's a whole alava. Batavia ended up a drag strip way on a normal diet would be a disaster. Because she'd be there on the line for ten minutes with like everybody getting super pissed off behind you.

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"batavia" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"batavia" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"Those happen at a specific place at the temple in jerusalem. There's a bunch of sacrifices etc but the rabbis and not even just the rabbis other jewish groups. That weren't rabbis. They made the executive decision. They made the call as a collective that. We're going to do coat or over going to shove what we're going to do those everywhere in the world even though you could read it as sort of their done because we're not in this one land anymore or we don't have this one temple anywhere but with meter. We read it away. That suggested up. This was only about one land. It was about how our it was about though. Land of israel not land wherever the land is in the world and so we stopped whether whether we ever doing it as a whole other question but at the very least even if we were doing at one point we stopped because jews were elsewhere in the world and the idea was that you can't really mark these rituals this relationship to land if you're not in one specific land and so i was curious like do you agree with me that this was a mess up like that we should have. We should have actually said you know this. One could be transported around the world to and relationship to land is not about relationship to one land but rather with the planet or would you say like well. Maybe it's more complicated than that. How would you approach that. Probably it's more complicated choice but basically it takes a huge social infrastructure for schmead. Workout is not a choice that an individual makes. It's not a choice. That a farmer makes his choice that whole society makes so it makes sense that it would be very hard demand. People try to observe that outside of the land where they don't actually control jokes are going quotes but you don't control or manage their relationship to the land where they're subject to other people's definition of what relationship to the land is going to be. It doesn't mean that we shouldn't learn from shumita and apply that to how we lived in the lands wherever whichever landward Our rules and rituals are both a vision of how all humanity can be living sustainably in relation to the earth but there are also a vision of specifically how this people could live in this specific ecosystem and some of our rules really only apply to that ecosystem. The rain season ends. And that's passover and that's the beginning of a the wheat throwing and the barley harvest. We go seven weeks later. Tissue vote and that's the end of the wheat harvest and the beginning of the fruit. They happen to match. This is not true in every ecosystem. That one thing ends in the next one begins. That's a beautiful amazing thing and our at holidays. Keep us key to that reality to the extent that we remember that it exists for many generations in many places in the jewish. The only memory of the holidays is what they meant. Historically where i should say mitha myth of historic like this is about the leaving of egypt is about the giving of the torah. Sue coat is about something sort of fuzzy like living in tents in the desert. Okay happens at a particular time for agricultural reasons. Not for any other reason. For agricultural reasons it keeps us keyed to a specific ecosystem. That ecosystem is a rain fed. Agriculture message batavia was a river fed agriculture. they're vastly different ecologically practically technologically. There's nothing you can do in a rain. Fed agriculture on hills to force fertility on the land. You're dependent on the rain in mesopotamia. You weren't dependent on the rain. You could use tigris-euphrates twitter whatever you wanted to. And so in a sense. Humans felt they were in control of their fertility of the land's fertility. Same thing in egypt and when you're in control you can go to Various extremes of injustice and without being afraid that the whole system's going to upend itself that wasn't existing There were no stable sources of anything. And that's what our ancestors wanted crepe they wanted a world in which they would do wrong in von which is Sort of the beginning of winter months. When came at the end of winter in spots there would be consequences already. You know like your your wheat would not would not have gotten an frame because they were immediate consequences now they had a mythical idea those consequences. You do something bad. In god's stops giving rain in this kind of almost a clockwork way in of course. It's much more subtle complicated. But that's what they were craving were craving a relationship of immediate feedback with the land and with god not every ecosystem even has the potential to do that. So that's a particular way of understanding how to sustainably in the land. Schmead is based on all of these things building up into sustainable structure. So that isn't going to work in every place in the world but the basic lessons that we don't own the land that we don't have a right to the land the land has a right to rest of the land is a person a subject in covenant with god that can apply everywhere even though ecologically the lessons of how you make that real might differ from one place to the other. I wanted to come back to the kind of myth. Oh historical framing that. You gave it the beginning because i was thinking about another element and also relating it to what we've heard recently about climate change which is that. At least i was listening to description on the new york times. Podcast the daily about this. Un climate change report recently and they basically asked the reporter. Like what can we do about it. And the answer was kind of like on the one hand. There's nothing we can do about it. Because it's it's happening and on the other hand we have to do something about it. And as i was listening to your framing of the myth of historical idea that after the destruction of the flood at some point. God that all right. I'm going to try one more time with this. Guy abraham and his little model community. And let's see if that works. And i would raise the question of like did it work. I mean it seems like maybe it didn't work but if we're going to try it again that actually makes sense to me so Following on what you're saying about yeah in different ecosystems. There's going to be different ways to dish mita. And maybe the exact laws as we read them in leviticus and elsewhere in the talmud or the jewish codes. Like those specific. Laws aren't the ones that we should be enacting in order to truly live out schmidt now at least not in a lot of places in the world but yet we we should do so. I guess i'm wondering like what's your vision. What's your imagination about how either the jews themselves ourselves should try again to be that model community and door. Are there things that we can be doing. Not specifically as jews to try to bring the idea of being a model into a more real world and we have to sweet dozen the tour. One is the one mentioned in exodus attendant. Natasha you should release not take what comes to milan for yourself. That's one version. That's what's elaborated in leviticus. Twenty five an impartial. The hookah tie the partial. The tour pushing that comes right. After is the one that tells us that the land will get is whether you let her or not and you will get wiped out if necessary in order for that to happen. So that's one she is. All those texts wants.

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"batavia" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"batavia" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Subs Roger Goodell was in Batavia yesterday for the Jim Kelly golf Tournament, said the bills do need a new stadium and he says it would be a public private partnership. Jaguars running back Travis Travis Etienne is out indefinitely. With an apparent mid foot sprain. Uh, Yankees beat the Braves Jays beat the White Sox. The Bisons are back home tonight. They have a seven clock game against Worcester. That is the opening Of a six game home stand. Those are your paddock. Chevrolet Headlines. Paddock Chevrolet with you for the extra mile. Next update at nine o'clock. Hi will stay out of any of the stuff that you would read in between the management and the player any time Unless I was asked if I was asked to be involved in it, I would. I'm not asked to be involved in this one. And that's good because I want my relationship with Jack to just the player coach. And if Jack's back and playing with the Buffalo Sabres, I'm as excited as anybody to happen, and probably more than that, But if that happens that happens to great day for For me, and I will do whatever I can. Get Jack playing his best like a focus on every time. You know, I just don't like drama. I hate drama. Um, and getting involved in that It's just nothing but a distraction. Hey, on day one a training camp. If whenever players we have there, That's what I'm working with. That's it. So in the interim, I'm not going to play the hypothetical this. That or the other. As I mentioned this morning, I threw some film on of guys that are coming in. Well, I'm watching guys are there's plenty of things to fill my day. That can be productive when I want to turn attack. So if I spend two hours a day working on high Right now. There's more than enough stuff to cover. It would be very productive. So I don't need to, uh Spend any time or energy into that others are handling it, and I'll just trust that process. Sabres.

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"batavia" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly

The Napoleonic Quarterly

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"batavia" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly

"And the russians are working on with respect to what's going to become the third partition of poland and is is going to be very concerning for Frederick wound the second in his court because it looks like even though the prussian army has played such an important role in in crushing to polish uprising. Alongside the russians. This deal is going to kind of be an entente between austria and russia Which could lead to kind of you know isolating Prussia in fares in central and eastern europe and kind of leaving them out of this final partition. So how does that then lead to the decision to drop out of the with fronts right so they are looking for an opportunity to bring this commitment. You know this war that they've committed to against france to an end so that they can you know kind of turn their direction east and get back in in in affairs going on in poland So the war. There's kind of within the prussian court between Some factions of the court who want to maintain a commitment to the war against france because of brushing prestige and kind of still being part of this crusade but they are losing out increasingly to the dominant faction at court. Which is going to influence. Frederick william which says look we're committing too much to this and we need to. We need to not be engaged in this war anymore because of Affairs that matter more to bus in eastern europe because precious priority throughout a always being to the east rather than to the west and so essentially. This is just a continuation of that. But it's it leads them to conclude that actually they've just go to stop fighting fronts now right and this is this has been a feature of kind of prussian policy really for the last year And it's generated a lot of tension already between them and their allies or partners within the first coalition so this is kind of a culmination of pressure removing itself from the war While trying to save as much as possible but also trying to pursue its own its own understanding of its own self interests. The negotiations that ended up with the basil treaty. They actually started back in the late fall of seventeen ninety four. They started rather haphazardly. Because neither side really knew exactly what kind of terms it was pushing for and so it takes a while for that to kind of gain clarity. And then once the information comes in about what. The austrians and the russians are working on in poland. That's when the prussians really committed to making peace and cutting their losses against france and coming up with a deal that they can live with. And what were the terms. Who was the i was going to say with us. It loses to party so clearly fraud to the witness. But i suppose the question is how bad was it for prussia. Well actually for prussia Both sides both. The french and the prussians could kind of seed themselves as winners in a sense. I mean it's not it's not definitive in in some ways Because some of the terms have to be put off until a subsequent peace deal because it impacts the holy roman empire but basically the deal that comes out. In april april fifth seventeen ninety five france agrees that it will not occupy any german territory and he prussian territory on the right bank of the rhine so east of the rhine but that it will while the war is going on and this is kind of in the indie main treaty of basel. It will hold onto territory on the left bank of the rhine including the little territories. That prussia has along the left bank of the rhine until the conclusion of a general peace with the empire but there was a secret clause within the treaty of basel. Which is really the most important which basically gets a prussia to commit to accepting francis permanent retention of all of the left bank territories on the rhine provided that that was kind of settled at a future peace conference and prussia would be adequately compensated on the right bank of the rhine within those german states and also that the german princes who were going to lose their territory in the rhineland would be compensated in some form as well at some peace conference that would come at the end of the war well it wouldn't be a napoleonic french revolutionary era treaty without a secret article attached to it. So that's that's that's quite right and let's ask but i was going to ask about saxony but let me ask you about all of the various other statelets and and many kingdoms in early roman empire. Because it's not just pressure of course and you've covered off a few there. But how are they feeling. Just says the treaty. Basil is really important for the holy roman empire Another part of the kind of agreement at basel which is finalized in may involve this line of north german neutrality which basically sets up a line of neutrality running along the right bank of the rhine and then along the north bank of the mine river and that's going to be guaranteed by the prussian army And so it's giving prussia more and more powerful position in north germany kind of representing itself as the protector of north germany within the holy roman empire obviously rather than the austrians so you start to have those north german states including like hess which see this as a as a as a kind of opportunity to start to pull themselves out of the war as well and then you've got other german states like the southern german states that are also seeing what's happening and they're not necessarily ready to get out yet in seventeen ninety five but their commitment to the war is really starting to decline and australia ability to bind them to the coalition is really starting to be shaken by. You know the fact that the pressures pulling out australia's kind of not doing well militarily and is becoming you know diplomatically isolated. Now's the on the continent as the coalition starting to kind of fracture so that's germany But also in this quarter. We've got the piece of holland and the treaty of the hague being signed another another country dropping out right and that that The peace of holland in the treaty of the hague. This is all kind of happening. Simultaneous with the negotiations at basel. And it's a consequence. Obviously if the french conquest of the netherlands at the end of the seventeen ninety four campaign and and in january seventeen ninety five when you have the emergence of this new batavia ian Batavia in republic so Remember the the. Netherlands fell both as a result of a french invasion but also an internal revolution led by these revolutionary clubs in the major cities of the netherlands. And so that group day become kind of the founding fathers of this new batavia in republic. Many of them had their origins back in the patriot. Movement of the of the seventeen eighty s against against the dutch stockholder. So the question here is what is this new state going to going to be like. And how is it going to kind of relate with the french republic And so you know. Is it going to be treated an independent. Purely independent nation and like an ally of the french republic or is it going to be treated by the french as basically conquered land and you know annexed and so the leaders of the batavia republic. They declared themselves independent and they seek out a french Which will ultimately kind of coal us around the treaty of the hague But the treaty of the hague actually quite harsh toward the dutch and is actually more of a A sign of kind of how the french policies becoming more imperialistic. Because i mean they are. They're forced into a alliance with france where they're forced to declare war against england. They are occupied by the french. There's a twenty five thousand men army That occupies the netherlands and the dutch have to pay for the occupation. They have to accept a lot of the french financial policies. The french currency. So it's quite a way to treat a new ally and this is really where you start to see the emergence of this client. Stay system That you know you're going to see all across other parts of europe under napoleon zipping about the consonant. Now but now down to spain and and the the franco-spanish peace treaty is in the works in this quarter at least yeah so the basically the war The campaigning in the pure knees has essentially stopped after the french successes late. In seventeen ninety four they do kind of resume an offensive against spain in the spring of seventeen ninety five to kind of give them some final urging to come along and make peace. But if you think about it you know. The the french and the spanish have been historical. Allies in the eighteenth century was really an unnatural alliance between spain and britain and initially spain had not wanted to be a part of the war but obviously whenever The french execute the borbon king of france that angers the borbon the board bonds in spain. But as the word kinda played out a lot of tensions developed between the spanish and their partners in the coalition and the spanish were were not happy at all about seeing how the british were making gains in the mediterranean and the caribbean so again like with russia and like with a lot of these other states to spanish are viewing the war now less in kind of fierce ideological terms and especially this is true after the terror and they're starting to think about it more in terms of power politics. What's in their best interest and so overrule to sum up. This really is the three months in which the first coalition is clear has has collapsed basically. There's a strong sense of france being much more secure now at the end of this quarter to them at the start i say so i would say it's it's in some ways ironic because militarily the french military forces the french armies are in pretty bad shape actually after their successes in seventeen ninety four but in achieving those victories and carrying delta's offensives they really Quite exhausted themselves so they're having to take a moment of reprieve and kind of to recover but through these diplomatic efforts that the thermidor rain regime leading to directory is able to make yeah. They're putting themselves in a much better position where they're able to make deals with these states and in coming to terms with france All of these states and it's really important with respect to like prussia or.

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"batavia" Discussed on Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos

Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"batavia" Discussed on Full Games - Charlando sobre videojuegos

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"batavia" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"batavia" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"And how people's work lives are actually tied up in each other's work. Lives like when you think about being at home all day your door bells ringing constantly and it's not just delivery. Its workers coming to your door in their job is to keep your job afloat and your day afloat and so i think this is an opportunity to highlight that sorta inter connected labor and interconnected work. That makes everything go around. It's also been an opportunity to think about the possibilities of a shorter workday or a shorter workweek because it is interesting. How many people speak about this new expanse of time or having more time. We're feeling bored in any way and i think it is an opportunity to cut out some of those things that were filling up the days in unnecessary ways and wouldn't that be nice to return to her. Come out of this. With a sense of shortened shorten workweek and proper pay for all of these workers that make the world go round and that this is an opportunity to reflect on that as you pointed out. Many people are continuing to go out to work in sometimes very stressful situations. They're likely feeling like their lives are busier than ever. What would you like those with more time to do with that. Extra time were to think about how to direct their attention more. I think one of the things that happened with it. It is the only people you saw and the only people you that were in your midst were basically delivery drivers neighbors also in this expensive timing world contracted to the smaller space. But i do think it highlighted for everybody to like maybe a diminishing networks of support in how we live our lives. You were restricted from being able to care for others in ways. That felt right. Everything was click. Send money by this by that. But that was also the technologies available ones facilitated this mode and i also thought that was fairly interesting. That was on hand what we had around us seem to be so perfectly orchestrated what we already had all these apps. We already had all these things around us. Sort of like covert happen. And everything could be organized from your cell phone. And i found that actually to be knocking the most comforting thought or not the most comforting realization Because there's that level but there's also as you say the level at which another that's our world have become very small right that you're where i direct. My attention is my very small world of like the two squirrels in the backyard. And my neighbors who actually see in person and the the postal worker who brings me my mail and brings me Those kinds of things. So it another level i feel like my attention has become very small because my world is much smaller. Yeah i totally agree. So the time is expensive but then our attention seems to be focused on the smaller world as you're saying and then you also notice the rhythms of your neighborhood in a different way. And you start recognizing before cova de would have a rhythm to your debut for the same people might pass you all the time and you would probably never notice. I know when certain taking their walk. And there's a you know people's schedules and maybe people are still keeping a schedule. But it's a new one with these are all to me really super interesting ways of thinking about altered rhythms and altered potential for connection and what we see what we noticed what falls out like in the first couple of weeks. All you noticed were frontline workers on our streets and it's interesting because it's not like they weren't they were there all along it's just like everything else fell away and suddenly they were the only ones out. These are moments where our attention can shift where he can notice this sort of otherwise invisible labor. And so that's why. I was thinking of these opportunities to rethink how we work in wavered. Live together sir. Thanks so much for your insights on this. Your look sarah. Sharma is associate professor of media theory at the ic cit faculty information at the university of toronto and she's director of the maclean center for culture and technology. You've been listening to spark the show is made by michelle breezy alsi sarokin osama wego. Hannah's king kosher and me nor young. And by thomas hills hema batavia and sarah sharma and from spark archives ruhanga tila klaudia rhoda james williams and linda stone. Both far on your favorite podcast app and you can is on.

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"batavia" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"batavia" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"Radio today we're talking about attention and the art of capturing with video offerings that last fifteen to sixty seconds tick talk asks very little of us and yet those short videos can hold our attention for hours to talk as a social platform that lets the user combined video sound photography text and effects as a form of self expression. It's so popular that back when canadians were in the first wave of the pandemic the app set a record for most apt downloads in a single quarter it surpassed two billion downloads worldwide. And he batavia is responsible for at least one of them and he moved avia in. I am an artist writer in culture producer base in toronto two phases of discovering to top. The first one was a friend sent an article. That was talking to talk with blowing up. And i downloaded it and i was very overwhelmed right. Open the app. And i saw like a young person dancing in a very confused and i deleted it immediately. And then the second time that i discovered it was during the first lockdown back in march when hundreds and thousands and millions of people were going on off as a way to. I don't know maybe. As way to distract themselves to entertain themselves express themselves during this global event and so i was drawn to it as well and and i have looked back since with dick your most engaging with strangers because you have A four page is what people call it and that for you page is based on an algorithm. So you know your your algorithm will change over time based on what you're liking and what you're spending time on but then what captures you is that you're getting all this content that you really really like you see one video and relax on one more and he scroll and then you see another and anything kind of goes back to sort of this broader on station a lot of these ads really playing on your dopamine. We can't live without Human media and they're they're looking for that stimulation for for dopamine so because of the short snippets. I think it really sort of manipulates in. That's when you know time there's no sense of time. I have gone through so many phases until dog. There was the racial uprising. That happened and i just saw the most beautiful content around that people really advocating in speaking their truth in showing footage from protests all around the world over his flower cake. Flour always have food in the background of like all of this. I just love. Obviously people make differentes. And then i stumbled upon spiritual talk often is like talking about the latest like full moon or new mood or the astrology and cosmology. I stumbled upon all tick talk. Black farmer ticked jaw india Because i'm south-asian i'm on philosophy. Take talk right. Now which is really great learning glides i think perception of time has changed is and it's hard to know what is changed into there's a disconnection with time right where every day will save and there's not certain things to differentiate. So how do you tell a monday for friday when the exact same thing has happened wearing the same outfit. You're on sitting in the same chair. You're in the same things. And i think that's impacted our perception of time. And then the second part is because we are living in the unknown that we can't necessarily make plans in the same way. And so there's not a time marker for the future because everything is like well everything can change and people are not thinking as long term in the same way i find at least for myself. It's very present and which is actually quite beautiful in some ways is we've come very become very present but i think it's an interesting question like why maybe sort of some of these platforms have risen during this time and how we use them and maybe span you know an hour or two hours of them on it every day. I don't watch that much. Tv winston of the world is in sort of a different cycle but tiptop to me is kind of been that tv. Substitute is kind of a way to decompress. Batavia is an artist and writer based in toronto. You're listening to episode four of the spark guide to civilization all about attention it first aired in december twenty twenty. I love the way he may talked about..

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"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"batavia" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Page 3129817200, Mike and Batavia. You have a question for the Roy Spencer. Yeah, thanks for taking my call. I have, uh, very downspout and attached between the PVC pipe in the downspout. It's a green leaf occurred and it's open. It's not enclosed. And every time I get a hard ring, it splashes all over the foundation. And it goes kind of, you know, down into the ground, which is kind of defeating the purpose. So I was wondering if they have like an enclosed this card that wouldn't do that. Okay, So, uh, new style, by the way, so so it doesn't get blocked up that it comes down. Could you install that? My house? Yeah. I'm a big fan of having a leaf guard there. The idea is that it should be vented and open. So all the water that comes out of the downspout does go directly splash. It goes through the leaf guard, just a screen. But all the water should still go into the underground pipe. It shouldn't be splashing out. So no, it is. It is. Yeah, that's hitting the phone. I'm curious. Do you know where the Underground pipe terminates out to the grass like 10 ft out. Okay, So do we know that that's open? It's not clogged, and I could you run a garden hose in there, and it does come back out the other end. Right, right, and I could see the water. It's not even that. You know when that range you can kind of see the movement in there that the water is going our way out there. But you're saying the bulk of the water is not going in the papers splashing out. The welcome mat is going in. It's just when it gets heavy, heavy rain. It's closed. It squares and off of the the guard. And it kind of hits found to the foundation, then Yeah, Parker is going in. Okay, Well, um It shouldn't have, you know, you know, I guess maybe some of it could splash out. It shouldn't be enough to to cause an issue. But, uh um you know, I think I can think as long as the pipe is clear. There's not shouldn't be really a problem, but, uh I've seen some online like, forget their colleague, Flex card cover or something. They still have the screen to prevent leaves and debris from getting down. But it's in clothes that would prevent that splashing. I don't know if you guys have something like that or not. No, we don't. But I could see where you You could have that where there's just, uh and opening. Can you take a picture of that might consent. It'd be Roy. Maybe last time. Roy was sure I sent the video is and a text message. And I never heard back so I could stop there on his way home, right? Yeah. Well, I had Lindholm roofing our show partner. Do my entire house with their real gutter guards that stops it right at the gutter. And then you're not worried about down spots. It's expensive, but My life improved greatly. Yeah, I'll tell you what, Mike, I'm going to give you my cell phone number. Send me the video and I'll show Roy I sent right videos all the time. Okay. Okay. Sounds good. Alright, Here's my cell phone 773. 4564566526 shoot me the video 7737734566526 shoot me the video and I'll get it over the right. Thank you. All right, buddy. Hang time for your meds. Still thinking you should stop by that guy's house during a rainstorm and then claim the other thing else to do with how much splashing story? Yeah. Video would be great. Thank you. So then you know the equipment to bring out when he's going out to his house to. Yeah, but what I'm saying, Of course it's splashing when you get a lot of rain. Yeah, Editing. Everything is getting wet. Right? A lot of rain. Did you tell him that, um, good. That's like my sprinkler guy. I just don't know how much rain he's making it sound. It could be a problem that we've heard. It's not function that's like my swindler guy canceling to readjust my Schmeichel heads because it was raining. I'm like Hello. What I mean, you did never set a sprinkler up at your house like an actual hose with a sprinkler on it. 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"batavia" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"batavia" Discussed on The Science Show

"And so we go back. Even further in history with another famous researcher who's been honored internationally for his work on wrecks shipwrecks europeans. Who came here by mistake or accident and sometimes lived through. The horror is dr jeremy green in fremantle. Congratulations on your international award. What's its name. It's the order of the irish missile. Given by the dutch while it was presented to me by ambassador netherlands she came over here and it was the presentation from the king of the netherlands. Obviously the king couldn't come here. A message was sent yes. It was an enormous honor. I'm gonna say the invitation went out to everybody that we are having a book launch and the dutch ambassador come to fremantle a make the presentation and that was going to be a special announcement and we will thought it was going to be founding or legislation and so the book launch went ahead and the ambassador started finished launch. And she said and now you've heard about presentation well it's not bad legislation on. It's not about funding. And she looked at me and she says all you that point just about fell off my chair. Well of course. It was their ships bumping into australia. All the time on their way to the spice islands beck in the seventeenth century. Yes absolutely and the embassy's being very kind to us in sense of supporting a lot of the projects that we did. The batavia is partially restored. Well as an awful lot of it actually here. isn't it. yes it's here in the building. We started excavating it in the seventy one. And it took about three four years of excavation work and then conservation and then rebuilding it in the gallery here in this wonderful shipwrecks museum g. Lots of visitors yes. I mean. we've done very well actually tickly because the when the new museum was being built here about the nine museum closed down and of course the shipwrecks and maritime museum to museums and fremantle were both capterra from that period so we got a lot of visitation up until of course when covid could do tell the story of some of the horrors associated with the batavia the crew the captain zone. Yes really surprising that they've never made a hollywood movie out of it because it's got all the necessary ingredients for it. The ship is wrecked. The sophist get ashore. The captain the command pelser decides with all of the senior offices. Some women and actually are probably infant. Only a few months old. So it would have been born on the voyage. Set out to search for water ostensibly as i couldn't find water on the broncos they sell to the main nine could find and while they were on their way to behavior the notorious jeronimus cornelius to massacre the survivors and quite extraordinary story. And so by the time pell back they killed about a hundred and sixteen hundred and twenty people men women children and it was just fortunate that the final sort of set piece to this was the mutineers. We call mutinies. They're not really is but anyway. These people under the leadership of cornelius were taking a group of soldiers had been isolated from the main party because they were soldiers. They knew what they were doing. And they attacked them and cornelius was captured by the mutineers. And just as things happening passau in the q ship sails into the bike and at that moment the mutineers get into one boat and the leader of the soldiers gets into another boat and they severing rice. Get to the rescue. I and fortunately the commander of soldiers got their first worn pelle. Sort of the thing. Mutinous were captured. Some of them are executed. They will sell back to batavia and there of them for their doom. 'cause many of them executed in batavia. Full the part that they took in the mutiny absolutely extraordinary story. There was a little bit of investigation of a possible link with the crew in landon. Possibly the joined aboriginal. People is still going on those happing settled. Well it's three different dot shipwrecks. That might have had some sort of connection with the aboriginal people. The batavia's relatively unlikely because there was no need to mutineers. They considered too young to minor and they were abandoned on the mainland by pelser on his voyage. Back to batavia but of course there was the old rack in sixteen fifty six. Where a large number of people got to shore and lots of evidence that surviving material on the mainland so they were one group of people and the other of course is this out outta where everybody despoiled. They just disappeared. You know as never heard of again. It's a very tricky story. Because of course he also had people from indonesia coming down with intented labor. And i guess one day. Somebody's going to try. And sort out the dna story but haven't got a few weeks ago inside show. We passed the plans for the sixteen. Sixteen sircar dog the island. Bree militating an awful lot of the natural history. And i think that celebrates one of the oldest collisions overdubbed chip took hotoke collision. Not quite right. 'cause he he actually just arrived and shot by now up a pew to play on cape inscription then sailed off. So he didn't he didn't wreck. Nope i encounter well of course staff can before that but they first recorded evidence of a european on the australian coast is actually dakar talk daft. Can we live from journals that they d go contact on golf cart terrier but a secondary sources not original journal. We sat about sixty nine or something. That's right yes and i think. Some of the recording of that is in the national maritime museum in sydney. Yes yes that's right. Yup what are they play. If you want to visit well close. They have the replica. Of the daphne. Now yes that sabena. Big an area of contention for a lot of west. Australians that you know the ship was built here and this was a group of people to volunteers work on mckinnon and off. It goes to sydney and nothing to do typical. Isn't it. yes well see the other thing about it is i suppose there's always this perennial thing with you know. The captain cook discovered australia. Which is something that you know how long we've been trying to educate the people in these states that the europeans first year pits to discover australia were dutch. Not counting is even the landing buccaneer in sixteen ninety nine. I think yes william damp here as he was the famous william dampier who had all sorts of interesting adventures. How many other wrecks are out there. That you've yet to go search for is or is it impossible now not really. it's an interesting situation. When we started hearing nine hundred seventy one we really get caught. Also reports every year off shipwrecks and gradually numbers being dropping down and finding now the wrexham more in deep water with being found by more complex methods and technologies. But what's interesting about. It is that we know that in westralia from the records research has been done by this department there are about one thousand five hundred shipwrecks that have occurred from newspaper records request circle records some sort we found about two hundred ninety three hundred so it's still quite a lot there but they're going to be very hard to find. So congratulations again on the question. Do you still go out into the field or you comfortable in your wonderful building very comfortable in my wonderful building. I'm not doing so much filbert these days when you're getting close to being eighty it's a certain limitation as to what you can do. We can call you captain nabet. Thank you and congratulations again. Thank you dr. Jeremy green at the shipwreck museum in fremantle now have been wondering how they managed to put that batavia story together for insect work on a massive scale..

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The Batavia

Casefile True Crime

04:37 min | 3 years ago

The Batavia

"As the Dutch republic its wealth and power flourished through the importing of goods from overseas with huge ships sent to Asia and Africa to bring back textiles tease grains and spices popular proverb among the Dutch during this period. Was Jason. Cross these good but trade is bet on the Dutch east India company known in its homeland as the VOC was a charted company established to coordinate trade in India and other countries throughout Southeast Asia. Monopolizing all trade to the aced at boasted tens of thousands of employees and it's I- Improv at army ships operating under its Lawson's were enormous vessels called aced. India man built to carry large amounts of cargo as well as passengers and equipped with cannons and guns in case pirates launched an attack due to this ause white. They ships moved slowly at an average speed of five knots. Paraly- and typically took eight months to complete a voyage in sixteen twenty eight the VOC commissioned the construction of an expensive new flagship to travel to the company's major tried settlement of Batavia located in. What is today the city of Jakarta in Java Indonesia? Nine after its destination the Batavia was a grand vessel. That was built in just six months at the exorbitant. Cost of one hundred thousand guilders more than four point five million Australian dollars in today's currency the approximately fifty five made it till and fifty-six made a long ship was made of Oak and featured four decks three mosques and thirty guns and had the capacity to carry six hundred tons of supplies. That's up works. Were painted Pale. Green with gold and red detailing and its figurehead. A wooden carving positioned at the bow was a lion leaping upwards in late October sixteen. Twenty eight that Batavia set sail from Amsterdam with a fleet of seven other ships carrying three hundred and forty one people he ranged from bay. Oc officials sailors and soldiers to relatively well off passengers. Traveling with their families. A number of young passengers were cabin-boys ranging from children to adolescence. Who were employed on the ship to white on others? The Batavia was also packed with valuable cargo including stern to build factories with silverware jewels and auctioning coins. That would amount to almost forty one million Australian dollars in today's currency life on the ship was harsh perilous and unpleasant sleeping. Orders were krant and barrels of drinking. Water were contaminated with worms dowding outbreaks of infectious into nutritional deficiency diseases were common resulting in the deaths of ten passengers. Twenty seven year. Old Passenger. Lucretia yawns was traveling from her home city of Amsterdam to be reunited with her husband. Hey was employee of the visa and had left the work in the company's Batavia settlements several years Zolia shortly after he's departure the couple's three young children who contracted a disease and dodd. It was unusual for merchants waft to follow her husband. Diva's but Lucretia was heartbroken and divinely. She was born into wealth and occupied highest social status resulting in her traveling on the Batavia with a maid and having her own. Private Cabin Lucretia. Who was regarded as exceptionally beautiful consistently rebuffed unwanted attention from a number of men the long voyage on the evening of May. Fourteen Lucretia was preparing to retire for the night as she made her way back to her sleeping quarters. She was confronted by eight men wearing masks. Though she couldn't see their faces they spoke to one another and she heard their voices demoss to silence drag to Lucretia to a quiet corner on the ship's deck with Rached under her skirt to grope her and smeared her face legs and genitals with TA and Dynamo. Dong the assault was IVA in a matter

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Hong Kong protests: Christmas Eve rallies lead to clashes

BBC World Service

03:29 min | 3 years ago

Hong Kong protests: Christmas Eve rallies lead to clashes

"Pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong and clashed with police some trying umbrellas and other objects at offices who beat protesters with batons and fired tear gas in the states is a focused on stopping senses to attract the attention of Christmas tourist they're angry at what they see as China's meddling in the freedoms promise to the former British colony when it returned to Chinese rule in nineteen ninety seven China denies interfering in says it's committed to the one country two systems formula put in place at that time and is blamed foreign forces for fermenting the unrest I spoke to Ken if they want a Hong Kong lawmaker who supports the pro democracy activists there are various programs especially I think that you need to have some news gathering in the shopping malls today but last night during Christmas it was not a very common question because we sold tear gases which school are over a hundred people arrested on well but but generally the city is calm but schools they are their risk of misuse and disturbances in various cities but generally shop people still come out to enjoy themselves today do you see that those protests could get bigger over the next few days now well I I think the organizes and a social media from the messages the house read it so far do you gather reduce our own becomes far too a few shopping malls and I think both sides have H. such as some no formal restraint and of course we've seen some tear gas fired but that was not at this scale what intensive two year old the protesters we we witnessed in October follow them and I hope relatively we Shakespeare a couple of the combat all of the but from what we're seeing it shows that the strength of feeling from those protests as that was there in September still them in place I mean the underlying issues have not changed yes because there is no political solution and also after the meeting between carry them out you've executive and press three this seems to be a consensus that Kerry would be staying on until the end of the child and without any change and and they happen next and without any political concession including the setting up of inquiry commission I do not think the protestors will stop do you think Caroline that down the protest would end no I I don't think it is a critical issue not because Carrie lam I believe she was towed to clean up the mass and just stay on and that is no no a political maneuvering that you arrange had to step down and be replaced by substitute but what she can do and the government should do or what and even the central government should do is to listen to all the demands of the protesters including the setting about Frank water commission which is a consensus of mom's not just the protesters backgrounds the majority of the citizens of Kong jaguar into did use of force and the Batavia also raised during the six months of protests there we go the latest that coming in from Hong Kong

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Millions face freezing temperatures amid arctic blast

Brett Winterble

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Millions face freezing temperatures amid arctic blast

"Snow is falling and temperatures are dropping as an arctic invasion plungers across much of the country by Thursday about two hundred twenty two million Americans will face temperatures below freezing CBS news David back now report this arctic blast also cause crashes on the roads in Illinois and Missouri and will blanket at least twenty five states with snow and freezing temperatures by the time it moves all feels too early for snow I've been here six years I've never experienced winter coming sorely snowfall totals could reach up to a foot or more through the upper Midwest the conditions cause cancellations of holiday events that mark veterans day while ceremonies like this one in Augusta Michigan soldiered on despite the weather tonight we're in Batavia New York it's twenty six degrees of the place is covered in snow but the big story tonight is not just the records that are being broken around the country it's when it's happening we're only in the second week of

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Clermont County fast-food employee diagnosed with hepatitis A

Mike McConnell

00:21 sec | 4 years ago

Clermont County fast-food employee diagnosed with hepatitis A

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