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"brantford" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Fans dreams. David, can we all agree? Did we not see with our own eyes? Can we not agree? It was U.S. international Brendan Anthony who scored the winner on his Premier League debut? Yes, in the NBA in college basketball and the WNBA. You credit the nearest offensive player rod when a player puts it into his own bucket. This was, I think, calling that an own goal is positively un American. That was a goal. That was an American goal. That was for Brendan aronson. It came off my shin somewhere in there. He said, peace somewhere in there. This kid and his confidence at camp three 30 tweeted us the first 2024 presidential election debate needs to open and close with the question did Brendan aaronson score in the opener, not content though, just with the two one win, Jesse marsh. What happened at the final whistle David with wolves coach Bruno large that the large bargee? Yeah, it was an interesting one. I mean, we don't know the full details or I certainly don't know the full details. You may have done some deep investigative undercover work to figure it out. It sort of looked to me and we've all seen this done that Jesse marsh in attempting to attempting to quotation marks. Prevent a fight managed to instigate a fight or prolong a fight at the same time. We've all been there. We've all done it. That sort of moment where you try to stop it. Now let's no, no, no, as you push somebody a little bit too hard and you get in the middle of it. It looked like it was a classic fight accelerant when he was acting like he was trying to sort of make it all go away. Jesse marsh said afterwards that it was nothing. It was just nothing. Told the media that he was very displeased with the way Jesse marsh talked to his players, Huang. In particular, but Jesse marsh don't care. He do not care like to believe that my lip reading was right that he lent him to Bruno's here and just whispered you lose. Now you have to call it soccer from here on in and Jessie marsh. By the way, give zero craps about what anybody thinks about him, but I did love watching him march up to the lead's faithful in the Jackie Charlton stand. Orchestrate in their post match joy with armed punches and slightly hilarious finger wiggles. It was like some kind of version of badger state clop, a tradition I would like to see repeat itself, please God over and over this season. A signature win to kick off, let's be clear. Play a challenge in that squad in the post Kelvin Phillips and rafina era that were spells in both halves when the defense was split wide open, chaotically wolves just couldn't take advantage of the situation, other teams will Southampton up next, then Chelsea, let's really start celebrating after that. But David, Lee United States of America against full America in October, I mean, is that not bigger than the Super Bowl. It's definitely the biggest MLS game of all time, right? Yeah, that's pretty big. I would counsel roger, I should say, Jesse marsh, I know he doesn't give a crap, but I would counsel him not to become a lightning rod for opposition managers and fans early in his Premier League career. When he hasn't won a lot yet, he might sort of want to sort of tap down that sort of energy. He's a brilliant manager. He's clearly getting everything out of his place. I don't think it's in his or the American states United's interest at this point. Can you if you can, Jesse tampered up? Well that's exactly what he was trying to do in that fight, rod, he was trying to tamp it up. I will say the fight did make me feel a certain sense of relief that Sean dyche is not the Premier League anymore. He might not live to tell the tale. Rod, you're going to talk more about this game with none other than Tyler Adams, you're taping with him later today for episode four of Tyler Adams wrote to the cut pad by Volkswagen. It drops next Tuesday right here on this very pod feed now to Newcastle two Nottingham Forest nil the tune get their first win of the Premier League season over new boys Nottingham Forest after a scoreless first half, Fabian Cher sent a Swiss thunderbolt into the forest net in the 58th minute and then just 20 minutes later Callum Wilson in a tribute to tune support of Phil Mickelson produced a piece of short game wizardry with a deft flick for the second. They're often running in the northeast slash Middle East Russia. Massive day for both of these clubs, Newcastle, effervescent on the opening day of the first full season under Saudi owners, their fans raising a banner, which proclaimed it's a new dawn. It's a new day. It's a new life for any UFC and we're feeling good. Oh, forest sleeping giant they more back in the big time first time in 23 years after a worse than their first championship season. We'd say emerge from the playoffs and the young manager, bringing sexy back, Steve Cooper. They were gay. They were nervy, their squad filled with new players still a work in progress, but they were organized enough to keep Newcastle at the back, tempting to exert unique competitive advantage with some truly bonkers corner routines where they have no one in the area until the last second and every single player just charges into the box like some kind of NFL onside kick drill. Look at it. It's on our Instagram. It didn't work. Q global laughter, but I'll say the very first time it does for ball may never be the same again. Ultimately, two moments of finishing class the second Callum Wilson finished so tasty, enough to see off forest, give them a lot to think about and the way Alan saint maximum and gema carved up the midfield these two are going to make Newcastle and Saudi Arabia look very, very good this season. Leicester two brantford two the foxes campaign got off to a flying start after Timothy castagna turned in a 33rd minute James Madison corner 12 minutes later, kin and drew spree hall caught hold of a Jamie Vardy layoff and sent a grass trimmer beyond the Brentford goalkeeper, but Leicester is as Leicester does second half lapse, allowed Ivan Toney to pull one back for the bees and it was Josh de Silva's curling effort just before stoppage time, which secured a draw for the bees. The post Casper Schmeichel era begins for broad, whose team played with a clenched fist and a glass duel. I actually believe if one of these two clubs could be pulled into the relegation battle this season, they depleted Leicester with Pereira coolly out for 6 months. He just battled back from one Achilles injury, then went
"brantford" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"For $20 off your first purchase. In terms of play, and now enjoy the great one, number 99, mister Wayne Gretzky. Guys, we did it. We got the white whale. We gonna be tied them down, we have them hostage here at the four seasons in our room, but on a serious note when you're so generous with your time, it's been a pleasure working with you at TNT. And obviously I also got to thank these guys because without the spit and checklist podcast, I probably don't even get the chance to get to meet you and now work with you. Folks, the great one. And normally we start outweighing by listing all the accomplishments, but I think that would waste about half of our time here. We get to we only got an hour. The way it's going will be one lesson about a year and a half. We could. So thank you so much for joining us. And the way we do it here on the spit and chick was podcasts is we usually start out all the way at the beginning and how this wonderful career of yours started out and came to be. Oh my gosh, well, first of all, it's a pleasure to be here. I'm not great in social media, I'm just sort of finding my way, but my kids have been watching you guys forever. So that's all I hear at home is the spitting chick clit. So from their point of view, this is a great honor for all of us to be part of it. So I'm excited. For me, you know, I was like, everybody else in Canada, you know? It's one of those things we all started to grow up with a hockey stick in her hand and a pair of skates and, you know, you start playing because you love it and that was no different than any other kid that was in Canada who loved the game. And I started playing a young age, I got a pair of skates from my uncle that were hand me downs and didn't look back and the greatest game in the world and I was lucky enough to have a great passion for it. At what age were you on the pond in the backyard? Was that the first time you ever skate out? Two and a half, but it wasn't in my backyard. It was actually, there was a river that went through my grand folks house in just outside of brantford air Ontario, and it went through their backyard, the nith river, and it would freeze, and that's where I first started skating, but we only went there on weekends because my dad worked at bell telephone 8 to 5. So it was Saturday, Sundays I would skate all day. And then my dad started taking him to these local parks that had outside rings. And then as my dad says out of necessity, he built a rink in the backyard so he could stay inside the house and watch me through the kitchen window so he wouldn't freeze at the time. So both the age of four, four and a half, 5, my dad started building a rink in the backyard. I always get a kick because my mom used to say the early December and my dad would say, Phyllis, you got to go over to wilco. You got to go get me a sprinkler head, and my mom would say, you're going to go get your own sprinkler head. They're going to think I'm a complete idiot. Asking for a sprinkler head in the middle of the winter. So they used to wait for my dad and December they'd always hold one back for him because he knew he was coming in around early December so at night he would just turn the sprinkler on and go back and forth and that's how he built the ice rink. And I got one quote here. It's not God given its Wally given. I'm sure, without your old man, none of this came off. No. It was so special. Loved hockey, loved kids. He had two minor hockey tournaments in my hometown, boys and girls. And there would be three days long, I guess, and he would go there, and he would sit in the arena from 8 o'clock in the morning till 8 o'clock at night. I went home a few years ago when he was sick, and I went to see him, and it was just after Christmas. And I said, look, I'll go to the rink today. I'll go handle your chores. And he just, he was so sick, he couldn't leave the house. And so I went over the arena and oh my goodness, they said to my brothers, they said, dad did this ten hours a day. I said, I'm here an hour. I've had enough. It was so funny because as I walked into the arena, this coach, like a 7 year old team, he goes, hey, mister Gretzky, you talked to my team before the game. I said, no, I'm the wrong guy. He goes, no, no, no, just go in there and say whatever you want. And I said, trust me, I'm the wrong guy for you to speak to your 7 year olds. I'll get a picture. Say a few words, whatever you want, and I said, okay, so I went in there and I said, welcome to brantford and it's a great city. You're going to love this tournament. And I said, and remember, you're 7. It doesn't matter if you win or lose it's how many goals you get. It's like a coach looked at me and I said, I told you. I'm the wrong guy. It's 7 years old. Just go have fun who cares if you win or lose and I remember we always we had good teams in Bradford. We had guys that Greg Stefan who played in the NHL, Jimmy Burton was up and down, land hack born, for a little town of 60,000 people and we'd always play oshawa in the finals of tournaments and voluntarios. And we could never beat them. They were a better team. They were bigger, they had more kids to draw from. I think Australia was like 250,000 people. I remember one day it was like 11 years old was driving home after a game and we lost game 5 and in the finals and I said to my dad, I said, I just don't understand it. We can't beat that team. He goes, that's the best coach hockey team I've ever seen for 11. They play their positions well. And he said, I'll never forget. He said, but there won't be one kid on that team that ever makes junior a hockey, let alone the NHL, because they have no imagination and no creativity. And years later, 5 of us were playing major a and I remember looking at my dad going, how would he know that when we were all 11 years old? But he had a feel for the game and he just said, you got to be creative. You got to go out there and be your own person, especially ten, 11, 12. So they were playing systems instead of just going out there and having fun. And the thing I read about your dad is just how important he was in terms of you learning the skill of thinking the game. Like the old story of he threw it in the corner and he'd show you where to go where it was going to end up being. Is that kind of how you remember it? Yeah, and he'd say it's like a pool table, you know, when you hit the white ball and you know the angles and you got to play angles and be creative and get ahead of where the puck's going to be, not where it's been..
"brantford" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"Don't exactly look the same, but when Kelly saw this picture, she said, well, that's more like what I saw, but she just couldn't drive that way. I know, during the days of the ancient Native Americans, that they also experienced some sort of being that they called, I believe it was the ant people. Yeah. And the ant people are supposedly grace or EBs. That's the least what I'm told because Kelly happened to be she had never been to the Grand Canyon before, but in one of her experiences she is flying over the Grand Canyon. The years later, her husband went to the Grand Canyon to visit. And they stopped in a hopi Indian store there. And she was looking in at all the trinkets. And apparently they have two different kind of trinkets. I think I hadn't been there so I don't need to explain the strong, but they have the tickets for sale at one price. And the really old old stuff they'll still sell you, but it's a far export extensive price. And when she's looking in that cabinet, she sees a trinket with a gray alien head on it. And she was completely floored by it and asked the story what's this doing here? And he said, oh, that's part of our history. The ant people. So today I'm the ant people are the graves and then their history, the ant people saved them from two, I think it was two different cataclysms that happened in many, many thousands of years ago where they spent time on the ground while the great flood happened and there was an ice age that happened. So it's in their history. Yeah. They certainly believe it. And the area I live in grant food here is we live close to the 6 nations Indian reservation and there is a great belief out here about the sky people and I'm told that they can actually call them and every summer they do call them back and spaceships land. So yeah, I'm looking forward to next summer trying to gloat there and be a part of that to see if I can join them, but it almost every day when I talk to people in the branford area, they all have a story to tell that brantford area seems to be a complete hot bit of UFOs and here for years and years and they're still coming. I would be kicked out probably because I'd be singing. They're coming to take me away. Well, you know, you think you would, but when it happens, you just either you're so awestruck or you're you can't you can't do anything. Jackie, she accounts that every time something happened to her, she had so many questions, wanted to ask so many questions and yell and scream at them and then but she never did. And then when the experience is over, she's kicking herself for not asking it because she wants to ask, but something prevents her from expressing herself when she's in their presence. So again, they control the scenario. They control everything about you. And that is definitely scary. I had another individual on the show and he talked about how some of these ships they are transparent on the inside, and they can show you a projection if you will. Of space, maybe even of their own home galaxy. Yeah. Kelly mcclane, when she was on which was she thought it was a house. She went into she had the first experience with the man heads..
"brantford" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"This is awesome. So he's like, everything's happening, right? And he likes and he goes, hey, to me, sensitive mccarty gets one more fight he's out of the game. He go ahead, right? I go no, no, it's not accurate. I said he only got a double minor. The first time. And he did so, Marty, dude. Right. He was a double diner. So that was the biggest thing he should have been out of the game. By the end of that, because they gave him a double minor for jumping claw the mule, and he should have got to the instigator. All of it and throwing out, but he stayed in. And like you said, it was kind of like the turnaround. Completely. I'll be honest about that situation. That's crazy of things I've done in my career. I knew we were doing the wrong thing. I knew that was a need to fight that team because we weren't built to beat them up. I played on tough teams in Washington, especially with ruby Allen may. I mean, there were 7 or 8 guys ahead of me to fight on the avalanche. I'm looking. There's like four of us that are in the same category here. It was an entirely different team. And it was a big mistake. And I had a conversation with Mark Crawford about it after. I said, we did the wrong thing. We should have let clothe get beat up. You take a few punches. Okay. And let's move on. But the fact that our guys were so competitive, they were just and they're invested in a probably more than I was because I wasn't there the year before. Yeah, yeah. I had a different perspective on what about I feel like the most interesting man in the world, Peter forsberg. So many people wonder about him, but he's not in the public eye, but when he was on, I mean, one of the greatest players ever and you witnessed that right in the I played on the same line as Peter because Claude was out. So I was my linemate when I arrived there. I never, I mean, I had so many tap ins. It was crazy. And he was such a great guy. And he loved when I would get other players going on the opposition. He knew that I'd have his back. I had to fight that Todd Simpson once again Calgary because he had Peter. And I jumped in there and I got killed, right? But that's what you want to do. I always tell the tough guy on the other team. You want to fight me hit our best player. I'll be right. I'm going to fight. I'm not going to fight you because you're asking me to watch it. But you do something, I'm going to fight you, and I'm going to lose, but it's okay. And that's the way Peter always liked that part of it. We were great friends. He came to brantford with me once we landed in Toronto. He goes, where you live around here? I go, yeah, just down the road. He goes, let's go. And we went and stayed the night, my hometown, and he went out to the bar, local bars, what he's pub and grub. And there's Peter forsberg and these guys and couldn't believe that they would see him in that environment, right? So friendly. Just the best. He was just a great guy. I room with Joe sack and complete with Joel. We were on the second line there was Adam deadmarsh myself and of course Joe in the middle. And then we had forsberg at center on the top line with Valerie Kaminsky called lemu. And we had Mike Ricci, Scott young and Rene Courbet. I mean, this team is incredible that the one three three of the book that surprised me was like how you said that Patrick wow was far and above the best leader that you'd ever played with. And probably the most intense guy you've ever seen. He was. Joel was a great captain because he allowed other people to lead as well. And Patrick was one of the best leaders with Dale hunter another one that just commanded everyone's attention. You had a good game. It wasn't that you scored two goals or it was if you did all the little things right and he recognized it. You could have a game where you didn't have a goal and he'd come up and he'd go you had a great game tonight. And you did. It wasn't both so you're so he would be dialed into the whole play all game. All game. His mind was what separated from my coach. And I think he's like he would be such a great coach, especially now that he's had experience in the NHL. He was phenomenal that way of the most respect for the way that he handled a locker room. Penalty killed he was in charge of. He'd bring the guys in and draw stuff up. I'd never seen that from a goaltender. And I know they've pasted a few sees on goalies before in the past, but he was a true captain. And Joel was a great captain because he allowed other people to lead and he didn't have to be the only voice. And that's a great part of leadership as well. Is that because guys who they are or how they say what they're saying? Is it a little bit of accommodation? It's about how they say it. It's just the fact you know when you've done something a small thing really well that helped the team win. Right. And maybe it's a block shot. Maybe it's a little simple play along the wall, getting the puck out of the defensive zone. Or maybe it's staying disciplined at a time where you may have retaliated. He saw all of that. And I hadn't seen that before. I got you from a goal. From a goalie, right? And I've always felt like I was smart enough player to know what was needed at a certain time. And he just had he took that to a whole other level. Actually, do you know one part of that ESPN game? Well, the Detroit Colorado game, the replay of that night. Remember ESPN used to replay the game later that night. They actually edited out that whole the whole fight sequence because I was in college at the time and we all watched the live of course we didn't know what was gonna happen. This is pre Internet pre whatever. And we all put the replay on 3 o'clock in the morning because we just don't college and they edited the game like and they took that whole fight sequence out of the game they replayed it later the night, which is kind of a fun fact. At three in the morning fun fact. Yeah, I like it. Hello, it can be 23 in the afternoon. But he forgot who won. Watch it again. There you go. Boys, I don't know if you want to move to the reason we're here in Philadelphia if you had any more Colorado questions. But again, it's a shitty it's a shitty one, but you guys had a three one series lead to Edmonton the next season. Well, you guys are still a cup contender. We blow that lead and you're out in the first round. I mean, I have a lot of those memories, actually. Thanks for bringing that up. I was on three teams. Three different organizations that were up three one in a series and lost. Shit. It happened to me. It actually happened. The reason I think it happened because my first year in Washington, when I started in the minors, I got called up for the playoffs. And I knew I wasn't going to get in the lineup and we're just skating every day. Barry trots to skate this. And the capitals were up three one over the penguins. This is a 92. And I'm like, man, I don't know if I'm enjoying this a whole lot. Like I'm not really part of the team. I wouldn't mind like this thing ending sometimes, so I can go home and enjoy my summer. So I'm basically doing a little low 5 every time the penguin score, you know?.
"brantford" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Now I'm going wild the head spinning, right? And I'm like, is that close enough for you? And he comes over to me and he goes, you know, you're in April. Yeah. I said, but, you know, you're showing his guy, you know, like it's just I said some really bad things. I wish I could take you in personal. I just went nuts about it and showing he was a fitness not coach and he'd always do his push ups. He was in way better condition than I was. And they do sit up, so I told Keith, I said, why don't you go and help show me? I think he just finished his sit ups. You can help lift him up off the ground, you know? So that's really terrible things to say. So we're going back and forth and now I lose it and I go, why don't you get off the F and ice all skate the guys? And he left. And he went off the ice. And now I'm looking around. I'm going all right, now what? I know I'm in a lot of trouble. I don't think he was going to leave. Yeah, he left. So I started skating the guys. So all of us are doing the suicide notes, the blue line back, red line by blue line back, and I've never hustled and worked so hard in my life. So it ends, and I know I'm in trouble, right? So come off the ice and Todd button was the assistant coach at that time with shorty and Todd's waiting for me. He goes, hey, show me he wants to see a type like really? That's a surprising to me. So I have my shirt off, got my hockey pants on still on my equipment. My gut's hanging out over my pants. And I walk into his office and he's like, did you say that I'm such and such? Like some of the things I said you would never say to a boss and I know and you should never. So I said, yeah, that's correct. And so then he started going over how you get to the point where you're a healthy scratch and he's explained it to me. Here's what we rated you the last game two out of 5 key fed two out of 5. Todd hedge a two out of 5. I could hold on here. All three of you guys came up with the exact same number. I can't believe that these two guys have the same number as you have. You know what I'm saying? So I'm not done yet. I should have just shut up, right? So he's like, get the hell out of my office and I left his office. It turned into a long few days. I can tell you that. But how many games ended up getting scratched? Just the one. Okay. Just the one. And to be honest with you, the story gets a little bit longer, but we lost the next game in Boston. And now we're in New Jersey and we're staying at the embassy suites. So you can see everybody. Everybody's room, you know, you can see where everyone's at. We've been now we're losing. So he's like, nobody leave their room until you meet with us in the conference room. And then you can go do whatever you want to do in the day we're not practicing. We had a whole day off. So I'm like, okay, so I sat in my room. From 8 a.m. to 11 o'clock at night. So every player went in and this is hanging over my head because I'd had this outburst, right? So I get a call from Joe Juno. He says, hey, Sony asked me who I wanted to play with and I told him I want to play with jonesy. So two hours later, I got Michael pav calls me. Joni asked me who I wanted to play with. I told him I want to play with jonesy. Another two hours Dale hunter calls me, hey, Sean he asked me, I told him I want to play with jonesy. Because I had told him I want to be traded and I just said this crazy outburst. So at 11 o'clock at night, I get the call to come down to this conference room and show me an intimidating man. He's right across from any looks at me and he goes, you still want to be traded. And I said, you know, I did. But since all the guys called me and said they want to play with me right decided I'm gonna stay. So you've now tripled down. This is it. I just can't stop myself, right? So he looks at me. He looks really at the 5th head, fist, you know? He wasn't a handshake. He gave you a little fist thing. The hairy knockout. He was a German. He was way ahead of his time. He was a German germaphobe. That's why I did it. Yeah, yeah. So he gave me that and I give him this one. Yeah, you're bowing. Yeah. So I walked out of the room, I gave Keith Elena wink on the way out of the room. Back in the lineup. True story. Is that the craziest thing? And I was making at that time 300 grand a year. I thought I was rich. Like I thought I had a great money, but I thought this is like I'm set for life. This is what I was thinking. I was so brain dead. Now we know why shiny went after co host so hot. He was a fitness, not about the donuts. They can actually happen on the donut. So did it get awkward? Jonesy, the play had to play Jones at the agent. The agent handled it a lot better than the player. That's for sure. The agent chuck, he chucked the briefcase and that was it. But you mentioned in that story, branford Ontario. So I guess the most second most famous hockey player ever from Bradford. There's about 9 more ahead of me. Man, I've been looking at that list. I told Gretzky. I told I said, hey, we're the highest scoring duo in the history of the NHL from the same town. And then I looked it up, there's like 9 guys from branford ahead of me. So I need to claim that. Chris gratins from there. Oh no way. Doug Jarvis is from there. The Iron Man, it's incredible the number of records are held from guys from brantford, right? Small town, right? There's 77,000 people. I would say that I was probably the least likeliest to find my way to the NHL I played junior C hockey. I read your I read at least the beginning of your book. It takes me a while. You're the forward business. He fell asleep. I got the Cole's notes, but yeah, like you were never super hyper focused on it where you would take your summers completely off. You enjoyed just being around the guys, especially during your junior C days. You guys are playing 30 games this season. Yeah. So you'd be done by the end of March and you would take from them to training camp completely off what was the title of that chapter, beers and chicken wings? I haven't read it. I don't recommend anyone reads it. Well, it was a great 5 reading level, so I figured it was right up my alley. It is. It is, yeah, so I was yeah, I played hockey because I love playing hockey. And I didn't do anything else. I never thought of the show. Never, I was playing junior C hockey. I was 17 years old and 18 years old. I went back. You know, I tried out for junior junior B on a team that rob Blake played for in my hometown called the branford classics. And I thought I'd make the team. You know, I was a good hockey player through midget. I was good. I wasn't great. I was smaller, 'cause I hadn't grown yet. I was a late bloomer. But I just thought I'd make the team and they cut me. And I was like, oh, now what do you do? And then I got a letter in the mail junior C hockey in Paris Ontario. It's like 15 minutes outside of branford. I'm like, well, I guess I'll try out there and see what happens. So I tried out for the team, barely made the team, and then all of a sudden started the.
"brantford" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is romantica. This month we're highlighting indigenous women from around the globe. Today, we're talking about a woman who broke barriers and encouraged those around her to do the same. She was the first indigenous woman in Canada to become a registered nurse, and the first indigenous woman to gain the right to vote in a Canadian election. Let's talk about Charlotte Edith Anderson montour. Charlotte Edith Anderson montour, who mostly went by Edith, was born in 1890 on the 6 nations reserve in OS weekend, near brantford Ontario. She was of Mohawk descent. Edith excelled in school and was a high school graduate, a rare accomplishment for Canadian women, both indigenous and non indigenous at that time. She wanted to go to nursing school, the Canadian federal law prohibited indigenous students from enrolling. Still, Edith didn't let that stop her. Instead, she applied to New York's New Rochelle nursing school and was accepted. In 1914, Edith graduated at the top of her class and became the first Canadian indigenous registered nurse. Edith worked as a nurse in New York until 1917 when the U.S. entered into World War I. She then joined the U.S. Army nursing corps, along with 14 other Canadian nurses. Her community expected her to die overseas. Before she left, she received ceremonial Mohawk clothing to wear and burial. Nevertheless, a 27 years old, Edith traveled to France and began treating wounded soldiers. The working conditions were harrowing. Edith worked 14 hour shifts in brutal wartime conditions, sometimes witnessing whole towns being demolished. Even in the midst of this violence, Edith made deep human connections. She befriended a 20 year old soul named Earl king. She called him her pet patient. He had been shot in the neck, but they all expected him to make a full recovery. Unexpectedly, Earl hemorrhaged and died one morning. Edith wrote in her diary, my heart was broken. Cried most of the day and could not sleep. She reached out to Earl's parents and formed a friendship with them, later going to visit them in Iowa. When Edith returned from the war, she was granted the right to vote. In Canada, the military voters act of 1917 gave all Canadians who served in the war the right to vote. Including Edith. Indigenous women generally in Canada didn't gain the right to vote until 1960. Edith eventually moved back to the reservation where she grew up, and worked as a nurse there until 1955. She had 5 children. Helen Moses, her daughter. Continued her mother's legacy, becoming a founding member of the Canadian indigenous nurses association. In 1996, Edith died just a few days before her 106th birthday..
"brantford" Discussed on Soccer Gambling Podcast
"Instances wants liverpool to break through then crystal pilots will leave gaps only attack that liverpool to exploit unto extended score which is going to be to the benefit of those guys that likes to take handicaps in these type of games but i think the key thing is is that wayne liverpool break them down in the crystal policy level at the break of three of their loss full fixtures show that they do play that star where they are difficult to break down They've only played better teams in him. So far with the exception of brantford and the white and i thought this season a lot of people were picking bernard to win that game similarly. You could argue to pass have been an underdog in every game but when you going away to west time and you're playing for tottenham and going away to chelsea you are definite and definitive on the dog who gonna sit man behind the bowl you're gonna it's gonna be to not be scored against and you're going to be looking for cows and set-pieces now as the season moves on stylistically. Patrick vieira is gonna try. Move away from the start foot with roy. Hodgson likes to play. And you're going to see a little bit and you saw that had lost week as soon as sautin went down to ten men crystal palace. Wait for the jugular and it worked for the jugular successfully. I'm not sure that they would be in tottenham a free no with twenty minutes to go with roy hodgson in charge in that guy but now there's laws we can they dates so it's a different kind of polish. They will evolve by think. Essentially the same tactics will come into play this game but liverpool break through that win this guy. Menu underway whitebait. Anything at all hopefully up next we have managed to city hall to southampton mindset. You oughta one seven favorites fifteen to draw at his eighteenth one on southampton so hilarious. Things happened this week. Where pep guardiola Criticized the manchester city fans for not coming to the of game. I believe they only.
"brantford" Discussed on WDRC
"The autumn me call over in Mother Home Minister scare Always sleeping. Oh, my the moon and he won't time. So she harbored more most mama January everywhere do not July. You know, that's more. Armed and on for me and my God shine for me, my God or as more There's a place right down the street. Molly Louis, the 14th Street furniture, man, That's it. I hope it isn't too expensive now. As long as the guy does good work. I don't care what it costs. As long as it's cheap. You know me equality. Oh, boy, There's Wally went to Ohio. Hello, Mr Wimple. Hello, folks. You're looking for a place to vote, Mr. Magee, You're just a week late, because don't worry, women we wanted all Yes, indeed. See. How do you like the election This time, Mr Wimple? Oh, I thought it was simply teaching Mrs McGee. He went down early. And sweetie face gave me. Oh, Mr Rampal, sweetie face. That's my big old. Oh, that one. Yes. Hey, sweetie. Face gave me a sample ballot to show me how she wanted me to vote because they wouldn't let it come in the voting booth with me. Oh, I should say not that's one place even your wife can't go with you. I know. And I loved every minute of it. I might be there yet. If they hadn't flushed me out when they closed the polls at seven o'clock. Well, how did you vote? Went like your wife told you two. Wouldn't she like to know He's not going to intimidate me? No. See, good for you night when I'm in a voting booth with the door locked at Mr McGee. Did you ever hear about the bank Bridge? The secretary of the Basildon Bridge branch of the black Neighborhood watches can't say that I have went by He got one writing vote for president. Oh Oh, I really made my better count this time. So long, folks so long. How come on, Let's get into furniture shop before somebody else stops us. Well, look at the beautiful furniture in here. Yeah, This guy is as good as they say he is. I should have let you talk me in to have a new call him in the first place and save my scotch tape in the second place. Well, far be it for me to say I told you so, sweetheart, But I told you so, sweetheart. Yeah. This must be Mr Louis Coming here. Hello, Mr Magee. Mrs. McGee. Glad to see you. How do you do? I'm sure. But hey, How do you know our name? Dr. Gamble told me you were upholstering your own Davenport this afternoon high usually allowed 3 to 4. Hours after that before the customer breaks down and comes in. You're 3.5 minutes late. Well, we stopped by to talk to Mr Wimple. Sir. We're sorry, but let's get down to brass tacks. Now. We'd like to look over some of your work before we make a deal. Of course. Naturally here, samples of my work all around you, sir. There's a Davenport. I've just finished for Mrs McDonald. She's the president of the third National Banks. Wife. That's the kind of a job I want, but no lumps. Not only trouble I had with some of the springs wouldn't stay down. I use enough Scotch tape to hold the super cheap. Well, it's just a matter of know how, Mr McGee when you've been at it as long as I have. It's quite simple. Sit down there and try that. Davenport. Go on, bounce around ahead, McGee. Go on. Okay. Ah, This is perfect. Oh, these springs are wonderful. This is the way I want ours to be, bud. Wow. Well, don't worry. Don't worry. I'll fix that. Hand me that roll of Scotch tape over there. Mrs McGee. Little more. Scott. This is ridiculous. The there's a man outside with some more election jokes. Time to come back. Later. How much later? About four years. Alright. Goodnight. Top. The Lakers of Johnson's lack from Johnson self polishing Loco, Racine, Wisconsin and Brantford, Canada. Bring you home again, Mama each week at this time, and Fred Waring on Monday and Wednesday morning. Be with us again next Tuesday night, won't you? Goodnight..
"brantford" Discussed on The Phinsider
"Safety out of oregon. You know high draft. Pick a gun. The dolphins brought in here got rid of bobby mccain. How is he going to handle. You knew that game situation because what we've heard all these long you know throughout training camp. I mean we heard what three interceptions and four practices think he picked off any for pick six also. I won't justin feels reportedly. So i mean how devan holland gonna go out there. How's he going to get those. The rest of that secondary in place. And you know do some of those things that have veteran linked bobby mccain did and then you also have here brandon jones. I mean again. A young safety started four games last year against the patriots chargers denver and the patriots again played thirty eight percent of teams snaps. And you also have your jason mccourty is currently has started and i think you know a lot of that is because he is a veteran presence. He has got it understands. His defense can get those you know the corners and the rest of that defense align a little bit better than obviously a rookie but again if giovane holland do half the things that we continue to hear that. He's doing a camp. I mean that just seems like a homerun cy a homerun draft pick and you know when so many people wanted to running back. It was like so against the grain for the dolphins to go that route again. We're already hearing. That's paying dividends. All bite in practice yet just. I wanted to bear. Branded joins me by him. In different players the vet that jones started or played thirty eight percents snaps last season. Just kinda gave me the idea of. What can we expect from. How how'd you know have written down here. How long japan. How would be held out. We don't know how much is going to be eased in the system. We don't know of brantford. Simply just trust a veteran jason mccranie back there on the secondary so if he keeps making these blaze we know he's going to be out there quite a bit Is it only a matter of time. Before he takes over that starting gig or he becomes. Maybe that third safety does or do you think it's a situation where these according brandon jones are going to have have this role until holland you know. It's those thirty percents. Nassar's starts random game because of injury where he can really grabble of position. Where where do you see him. Really starting to make it impacts this here. Yeah that's the million dollar question. Probably one that. Only brian floors and josh boyer knows. I mean. if there's any you know defense that evolves around versatility no getting these different guys in situations. I mean that's prime floors defense. So i can't sit here and truly say i do think he's going to be that. Starting you know quote unquote free safety sooner or later but a mile down here and i brought it up before you know in two thousand nine hundred and played five hundred ninety one snaps at nickel corner in the slot. So you know. How much of that does brian. Flora's you know. Try to implement this year so a lot of different things. Yeah a lot of different things you can do there and i even joke you know. He's the anti mix. Patrick you know some of the knox against winker. I guess the whole reason. He's no longer here is because you know he didn't want to drop down the box. Go against a run and take on some of those blocks. I mean that's what you see. Which von hahn on tape so I do think this is going to be a guy that again no disrespect to bobby mccain. But i think which von holland bruce on tape. You know the range from silent silent. I think this is going to be that. Ball hawking free safety. And i'm pretty damn excited jake. I have no idea how this secondary is gonna shape out especially with those safeties. 'cause i mean we got mccourty got row. We got jones. You know and now we've got holland. I mean you name them. Even byron jones complacent safety right. It got got a great point there. Josh moving on it is the free season. The preseason to panic. That's what we're here for to get a little excited fantasy a sprinkle on some panicking and a little layer of doubt in how good your team's gonna be many really. Have the preseason. Bundle up for you. So josh i gotta ask win. Can we start panicking about the offensive line because you have leave. I can guilt with injuries. the dj fluker thing. I mean we've talked. We've talked about that to her balloon. The face That probably have been the miami dolphins two biggest injuries so far this season and everyone's kind of been under the impression that the dolphins are struggling a little bit. Brexit's the baker's but the bears have one of the better front sub into the league not necessarily trying to doubt that but when you look at their numbers last year they sacked opposing quarterbacks thirty times thirty five times Last year right in the middle of the pack leaks meanwhile khalil. Mack is one of the greatest edge rushers in the league outside linebacker. I mean the dolphins offensive line. Tomorrow night should be able to manage absolves right. There should be like the first team should be taken up field because offensive line gave up two false starts. And there's a fumbled snap as it. Right what is our standard for the offensive line when they play the bears. Yeah i mean. I really wish i could sit here and talk us off a ledge and say that everything's gonna be okay but i don't know that i can't jake. I mean you ask. When time to panic. I mean it is time to start feeling a little bit uneasy because again we mentioned is a lot of young players but nfl. You know it's one loss in the trenches and and this offensive line can't go out there and open up some of those holes can't protect to. It's going to be a long season. But i'm glad you brought up blankenburg because i think i alluded to it on the last podcast. No he was demoted. Is actually an injury. So now you have him yet believe. Jessie davis banged up. You know i heard some people say panky was taken reps or right tackle. I mean. I don't know what the dolphins had planned. In mind. You know when they obviously. Dj fluker obviously. They had to like jesse davis. If the worst case scenario. So i i do understand their plan but at the same time you know to think that you're gonna be able to go out there. And that is your best bet to protect. In your franchise quarterback that does make me feel a little bit uneasy and then you mentioned the center position. I mean that is up in arms. We brought him matt scurr. You know michael dealers taken over that role again. I don't know if that's good or bad. So i wanna see how they handle the defensive line for sure but I'm not going to say that you know i mean. I think you're trying to say that it shouldn't be as bad as you know it could be. But if we've learned anything in the past you know it's definitely going all inspire and it's gonna look you know doom and gloom and it's going to be all we're talking about is horrid offensive line day long for weeks. Can we named this episode. It shouldn't be as bad as it could be because that is sixty really is. It's our story of her life. That is incredible. Kind of the point. You know. I just don't wanna be setting year later tonight. I don't wanna be sitting here waiting till next week's game saying that. Well the offensive line. Excuse x. y. and z. I think that if the dolphins are showing concerns here week. One of the preseason. It doesn't mean they won't fix it. It doesn't mean they didn't have a plan in place Plan doesn't work in those. Are the doubt start tab and just these two are linked here so switching over. Can we see any big plays from the running back group and this one. I found myself into a little whole job so you may get a little mad with me. The listeners might get a little bit of me year. Specifically we we know of miles. Gas in canada brings to the table each week. And you know having been fantasy. Add just see those stats. We know the numbers you're gonna get every week. It's somewhere around. Like eight carries for forty three yards and the fiber such as for for sixty seven yard touchdown. And that's great that's exactly what the delta z. For miles gas. They need that consistency. Need those yards. They can take. He can really get the outside. I don't think that even if the dolphins whatever their plan is at offensive line works out..
"brantford" Discussed on Scrolls & Leaves
"Sally went to the mohawk institute residential school in brantford canada. And here's one incident that she remembers. We were at the marshall one week. It's were full the bugs and we had all our hair cut off. We were made baldi's we were really bold and That was a very good feeling to have so like sally sad. Her hair was shaved off and that was just the beginning of years of abuse that the school throw us in this dark room and tell us the rats were going to get us. But i didn't know. Then why i was being thrown in there and i used to wonder what did i do and i would cry. We cried and cried for hours in there. Not knowing who were in there and take us out. And when. I did get to learn a little bit of english. I knew then they were throwing us in there because we wouldn't speak english. Oh my god. It's awful yeah. It is still awful. It's just one example. Of what what. She endured there her interviews from a two thousand nine documentary called unseen tears. And that's by filmmaker ron douglas. So sally and hundreds of thousands of indigenous children in america and canada or sent to boarding schools just like mush hole and they were beginning to speak their language where traditional clothing practice their religion and a lot of times agency their families for years so it was a legacy of hardship and abuse. That was literally meant to wipe out their
"brantford" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"I think our snow would probably be suited to spend the money where where they have enlarged Boras as left back Congas as a as a midfielder but again where where is now is i think these clubs have to take on booze and try and be smarter and and i think we'll get onto the the luxury villa in even brantford akande have great confidence in individuals. Look at what he recruited and to brentford of bruin than donald. D with also. I think there's still. There's three essential question marks there in seventy seventy seven pounds worth of purchase. And i think the name that they've been linked to his well like i wa. They've been linked to have for eighteen months now and it's like just go and get him. He's perfect for you. Just get that player. He's he's exactly what you need and with seemingly slow alongside party really nicely edged so definitely add and now the apparently odaguard is their number ten choice again after flirting with james madison. A little bit. They really think that was really weird. You know less. They're going to charge you for james. Madison was the point. After jack greenish has gone one hundred million lesser. Probably gonna want like seventy million for james. Madison is just going going. Get a while you'll get him for. Probably less than half of that. And then i think of right back is really essential and when you ask the question at the year is about denzel dumfries where he would end up and yeah okay. Maybe as process is going to be inflated but one and test the wars with pse and to see if if they can be tempted into releasing him because he would be a big upgrade and better. I think that's a good shop. Yeah lot ballerina feel. He got the arsenal drift. Seems to happen to a sways of players that just sail around there without really contributing into anything mortar but the is a good player throws a really good player in that. Just never never really shaw. What's going on with him. Never seems to be seen. Maybe it's just a case of injuries and coming out and be not rhythm. I think we spent on an awesome. Thanks very much. What was wishy grades where you give it like lighten. No more than a c can see minus last date last birthing depresses harsh. Consider memoirs potential nba stats. Say yeah okay. See minus. I'm onto must try harder. Must get mostly how my god..
"brantford" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior
"Yourself. By clicking on the link in the description to download the free ground news that that impact of spike rippled out in which spike made clear that we could take our reality. Make it in the books and movies and tv shows. It was a there with a route that we had that hadn't been there. Before and also the spikes parallels hip hop growth despite spike himself. Interesting enough loves hip hop but he loves so much other stuff came from a jazz family. He wasn't like i'm just into hip-hop. I'm into black culture in all those different ways but the hip hop thing also was a sense of i can tell my own story. So the black independent film movement starts with spike can robert townsend and it goes in john singleton and so forth and the us brothers. That's one track. And then you have hip hop which is emerging in the late eighties is kinda quotas. Golden age into the beginnings of sort of west coast. Rap have these things and they're doing they're telling narratives for black point of view and to creating stars and what it did was it turned brooklyn into a brand the brooklyn. We know now in many ways begins with spike because a narrative around brooklyn Before that the dodgers had left in the fifties by the seventies it was like you couldn't get a taxi to brooklyn actually spike even in a funny little short film for Senate live about trying to get a taxi that the brooklyn it was a joke but it was also like you couldn't get anyone to take you over damn bridge back home if you went out late at night so brooklyn to become a no zone and it become that thing unless you went to broken heights. And that was truman capote you know. It wasn't a place to go to. And she's going to have it and spikes brooklyn centric nece. Because you know. His third film is do the right thing. And then throughout crook l'an and Mo better blues brooklyn. There's a character and almost all his early films probably except for maybe a school days so he helped make brooklyn cool and four green then becomes this place where charter schools. But in. but it was just basically. They weren't many restaurants. There was a key food. You avoid it like the plague if he didn't wanna die because of meat was terrible but they were house parties and barbecues and some of my best memories of the era our house parties. You know you can go to a party. In his larry fishburne or laurence fishburne as he would have you now and it'd be lisa jones a fantastic voice and and also. There was a very strong lesbian community with a couple of bars. There so it was a lot going on is with the music was going on the big jazz scene avant-garde jazz And then later on you know brantford and and went and move over win. Doesn't like brooklyn because it's it doesn't stay. Open that late at that time in all it was was takeout chinese so he left with branford stay there. So bradford becomes an actor to spike brand for does film scoring. You know If you look at the score for moment of blues. That's very much this idea of cool. Hip-hop cool jazz all happening at the same time it was. It was happening all the time in fort green and clinton hill. And you could really walk out your door and run into common. Eric about do saw williams toray chris rock there was also the sense that there was so much going on that for all of the parties in all the socializing. People were getting stuff. Done is incredible amount of creativity became. And so there's nothing like the proximity to other people doing good stuff. I look back now. I remember in nineteen ninety two time it was going to do a big cover story on the new black renaissance. They call it. And i remember at the time thinking. Well it's cool but it wasn't enough work being done. I don't think enough work could come out. But now i can go now. We can go back twenty thirty years. Now let's say look look at all these movies. Look at all these actors. Look at all these records. Look at all these books and really quantify that as a incredible time. When i did the documentary brooklyn boheme we at the crux. I knew it was turning. And i wanted to get it while i could because i feel like now. It's really ancient history for green means something different than it did. Then what spike creative there. There's other thing where people every time. They're always predicting people leaving new york. No then all new york came to brooklyn. And so if you were someone who didn't want to live in manhattan but you still were wanna stash new york sunny. Look over at these brownstone. Wow and you know the point of of new york. It's all about real estate. The fact is that people always go to south. Ransoms fucked up. You guys never sorta lowy side look at any video of basquiat walking around that that bombed out areas. Not the bronx is manhattan. So all the different clubs. The mudd club. And all that that was that supported that art slash music slash performance scene was all predicated on cheap real estate for artists and cheap cheap. Rents for clubs did heating. That's gonna come back now. Now that pandemic has emptied out some parts of new york. Well the person york demon emptied out. Midtown manhattan is going to be interesting. The theaters opened up in and that will definitely bring back the tourists. I think people are gonna wanna come back and it has already.
"brantford" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"Teeny were very organized undertaken by a specific union or 'cause it was very discernible who is in the march and who was outside of it says venetia govender a south african rights activist but one was just a public outcry. This story was reported by ryan. Lenora brown in johannesburg for the monitor after the discovery of unmarked children's graves at several residential schools in canada indigenous groups are demanding all such schools be searched not just for justice for healing the discovery of unmarked graves at government funded residential schools in canada. This year has not surprised. The country's indigenous population survivors have long spoken of the but the physical evidence has accelerated the push to locate remaining graves across the country and as more are found indigenous. Groups will face difficult questions about how to best. He'll in a long path forward since the first discovery of the remains of an estimated. Two hundred children in kamloops british columbia in late may the federal government released already allocated twenty seven million dollars to aid indigenous nations to search the grounds of more than one hundred and thirty schools. But this latest chapter of discovery must go far beyond remembrance says chief mark hill of the six nations grand river. Someone has to be accountable. He says how can you heal if we don't have all the truth so many of the issues that we've seen today that indigenous communities in canada and elsewhere face can often be traced back to these systems that broke families says kisha supernet of the institute of prairie and indigenous archaeology. If there's any chance of having a healthy future we have to do this. Work and hold people accountable and figure out a way forward. This story was reported by sarah miller. Yana in brantford ontario for the monitor. Wastewater in the us tells the story of haves and have nots but rural alabama may found a model way to narrow that gap. This is the second in our series on water and justice until nineteen seventy. Two united states had no national standard for wastewater treatment then came clean water act which allocated more than sixty billion dollars to upgrade the nation's infrastructure but in nineteen ninety federal grants were replaced by low interest loans leaving rural and
"brantford" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Well i'm hearing is the twenty first of july. They may open it up but at the moment. Yeah we're all still stuck in a quagmire. You know that just improved a trudeau. They're they're canadian service. We need to get you up there to enjoy your vacation. That is important to all of us. I see you when you get what you need when you don't get what you want. You begin on ravel like you. Are this morning. So we'll just take a couple of abimael. It's that'll be that. All peter and butler new jersey. What's going on peter. Hey guys feeling all right man. We got well. My girlfriend actually lives in brantford ontario. Which is about an hour outside toronto. And i'm a. I'm a way up there right now from jersey. Okay how are you getting. are you driving you flying. What are you doing i'm driving. Yeah if you fly Believe it's still in effect. You have to stay at a government administered hotel and you have to pay something along the lines of two thousand dollars. justice three days. I'm going to a canadian hotel. That has golf. Course so pop and i'm coming so anyway let me question. So are y- are you an essential worker. Your non essential work on you. Expect the drive right through the border So i've been seeing my girlfriend for about two years now and i actually got a border exemption When and i started when the border i shut down. because if you're in a exclusive relationship you're considered extended family. I had to go through the canadian government. We had to get papers notarized. I had to get approval. All that stuff. Yeah any prove. A negative test showed at the border. I got my vaccination part. It's all crazy. You can't find somebody down here so you don't have to go through all that you would think that'd be smarter than that. But that's the way the cookie crumbles curious to go because he's got this special exemption now with the parents get that special exemption to go see their granddaughters bombing me out the dam and senior. I know it's terrible glenn in ramsey new jersey glenn. What's happening the morning. First of all evan you. A ten is a fabulous partners.
"brantford" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Productive way And had a marriage with some other town on the roster. That's that's what be booked on house shows. I didn't go like If lex luger program with ludvik borgo on television. That's what you're going to see at the house shows in some form so I didn't go all 'cause not your booking matches in house shows and expect them to sell tickets. Why the hell would that happened. Right so no. I never list like that. Maybe i should. I didn't. I didn't know that i recall. Also wanna mention the reason this. This war has heated up as again nitrous coming up head to head with monday night raw and for years and years the wbf has been so far ahead of wcw. They've lapped them twice. I mean they're not real competition but now when it feels like well damn. Tnt's a big station and they're going live every week and their head to head. It feels like okay. Maybe we do have some real competition here. Even though he hadn't been the top guy is a valuable talent. Meltzer continue the claims that after luger in wb reached their verbal deal on august thirty first lugar called mcmahon up the next day but never told him about any negotiations or informed him of anything luger continued to work. The canadian house shows through the sunday night before he showed up on the nitro in minneapolis. Lugar never called mcmahon after august thirty first and as of this past week in he still had called so he question for you on that. Yeah so meltzer. Fairly talkative events. Or lex or bruce or somebody somebody right i mean how would he know that right. He did a deep dive. Impact is shit and there. it was Yeah i I was not involved. That was the best deal and again. I wasn't in a position that affected yay or nay And i think that was. And that's why. I think it's been eventually sought people to reorganize that Talent relations department so when he went change quit against the opportunity to fix what he perceived that needs to be updated and re re re evaluate our roster and are we getting value there were paying et cetera et cetera. So that's where. I came in along with bruce. Obviously that was kind of our goal to to to make the we gotta quit re purposing. People get stopped repackaging people. That's not new people. Want do as i said they in times and we weren't giving them new. We're just gonna repackage again. That code paint h my new whole also new boots create a new finish whatever but it was still the same person and and at some point in time. Just got tag out. So let's just run through the time. Line august twenty seventh the summer slam ninety five where he's involved in the main event he's gonna do tv tapings and can't ohio on the twenty eighth and he's going to do tv tapings in erie. Pennsylvania on august twenty ninth as both for superstars on the thirtieth The companies touring through niagara falls. He's in the main event by the way tagging with shawn michaels to take on men on a mission and the next day the thirty first there in nova scotia and again luger's in the main event on the thirty first. They did double shot. There's a show in ontario another show in ontario on the first again. It's a double shot with a new brunswick the same day on the first and once again lugar is in the main event. There's a show on the second in brantford ontario on the third there in saint john's new brunswick and by the way that's going to be lex luger's very last match and once again it's the main event. The main event is the intercontinental champion. Shawn michaels taming with lex luger to take on the tag champs. Oh and and yoko and it's luger's last match because he's gonna leave new brunswick and he's gonna go to minneapolis and make debut on monday nitro so sunday night. He's with you in the main event monday night. He's on the other channel. It's pretty impressive. Little cu for eric. Bischoff and company is an yeah. Yeah it was And obviously we were unaware that lex is looking at bolting. Yeah or he. The booking would have been different. He wouldn't even book that we he certainly wouldn't have gone on last. Oh so Yeah it was pretty is a pretty good Get for eric's and the plan worked very well. It seems to me like because again when luger walked out on nitro there in minneapolis. It was a big deal. It makes fries those well. You know if that have been now it would've it would have been trending that night big time. you know. this is a big deal. More trending so anyhow. Yeah it was a well. Kept secret is a good gift for eric. A well well laid out plan that they worked to perfection. When when lex leaves i mean. Obviously he's working on the main events but did you see it as a loss. I know that that sounds really ugly. And i don't mean for it. To but bruce sort of explained on something wrestle that when he and pat see the monitor and see lex show up supposedly passes. He's their problem now or something. I could see that chat me up though did you. Did you feel like god. Damn what could have been. He slipped through our fingers. We lost him or was it. Okay now we tried everything. Conrad there was for more was her to do the lex airplane. The bus there next airplane You know i. We tried all these things and the company itself shot themselves in the foot at that summer sandwich chicago when luger at a chance to be a made man and become the champion and see what it would have done to business to tv ratings to live event ticket sales cetera etc. But we blew it.
"brantford" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"The app as usual intro towards me which is quite aggressive. What's going on. How does canada still extremely faulk man like people are just just the most ignorant people i've seen in my life. And did you hear about the residential school. Rosie of residential school is no. It's where they in the states had them but can't had a lot of them and it's the put essentially it's like were. The christians would keep native kids and force them to learn english and stray away from their true language in their true religion and and everything that they were brought up on so residential. School is when the the white man or the spaniards or whatever racist it is and that they would literally force them. Beat them if they didn't if they spoke their own language they would they would teach them based on our education so they pretty much brainwash them almost like alter type of stuff where they would like. Beat them in submission and and if they said something it's like they make a drinker on your own shit stuff like that what. It goes pretty episode about residential schools. Because it is extremely sad. And i've talked about since the beginning of this podcast. Because brantford where i used to live too big residential school. But they've discovered underneath one of these schools which i think they use later for just normal schooling and it was in bc they found two hundred and fifteen bodies and this is recently against these. Yes like like baby bones farc. So there's an outcry outrage on social media all over canada. I'm going to say i find it extremely funny. That people stuff comes out now. And then now people are reacting through social media and people that i personally know that would make jokes about indigenous people and now they're posting about it or like and they're they're like oh they get everything free and all the things a lot of people canadians. Do say about the divide between indigenous people and native americans and like just white people in canada black through anyone right because we have a big indigenous culture around where i live in a lot of places in canada and i saw people posting about this stuff when they didn't care until everyone else on social media cared and i always find that funny that people don't really care or want to do the research or look into this or stand up for things that are wrong until it's all over social media. I've been saying for years the way. They treated indigenous people when they came over here. And then the residential school isn't they brainwash them and put them through pretty much like a concentration camp issue of style of brainwashing. I just find it funny that now people are starting to wake up and walk and just remember this right if the government did that at one point in history why would you trust the government in general for anything well. It's always been like that..
"brantford" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
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Grief and Horror as Bodies of 215 Native Children Discovered
"Canadians are in shock after the recent grim discovery of the remains of two hundred and fifteen children on the site of a former residential school in british columbia. The remains were found using ground penetrating radar as dan carpet chuck reports. The discovery has led to memorials across the country. Memorials began springing up across the country to honor the two hundred and fifty native children who died at the kamloops residential school. Hundreds of pairs of shoes were lined up on the steps of the vancouver art gallery by local artists. Tamara bell as a tribute to those whose remains were recently found a child. I love never coming home and not getting an answer. I every single mother. you don't have to be native. you don't have to be anything you just have to be a human being to understand that. There's a huge legacy in canada. There's so painful but this one was so hard because it's children children's shoes were also placed on the front steps of canada's oldest residential school in brantford ontario. Here's organizers charlene. Hemlock part of this too is our call to accountability and justice for our missing and murdered children. Prime minister justin trudeau ordered flags at government buildings across the country to be lowered to half-mast officials in toronto said municipal buildings. There would have their flags lowered for two hundred and fifteen hours an hour for each of the children who died roseanne kazimierz the chief of the to come to first nation in british columbia. She talks about arriving on the scene where the remains were found. I was taken back. I was shocked and so when it was shared with me that these children are children. You know from our community children from our brother and sister consultants and other communities. It was devastating. It was it was actually quite mind. Boggling and You know. I it some of us to tears and we. I was surprised. I was heartbroken.
Tom Claus (Mohawk) New Years Special
"A mohawk indian from the six-nation reservation near brantford -tario canada. I belong to the turtle clan. When i was just the babe of one year old. My mother was getting ready for an indian celebration that we have every new year's morning. And that's when our indian people go from house to house and you can hear them coming lada. Young people would beast standing on the running board of the car and They would be coming along the road from one house to another and they would be yelling out new yaw and that meant new year in our indian language and so When they were coming you had to be prepared. You had to have a treat for them and so my mother made cookies and she would make pie and cake and they could have their choice of what they wanted. And so while she was cooking that new year's day she heard the radio that was on a little shelf in the kitchen where she was working and that radio carried a wonderful gospel program every sunday for seventeen hours on. That station would be christian programs but on this day they were making special announcements about this special broadcast and they were saying tonight from eleven to twelve there was going to be a watch night service and there going to be music by acquire an that there is going to be special groups. There was going to be Trumpeter from the marine ban and a lot of wonderful things and then there would be a message by dr churchill. Who pastored the church where this broadcast was coming from and so my mother asked. My dad will be alright to keep the family up for this new year's watch night service and my dad said yes and so my mother my dad my oldest sister and then my sister between dorothy and i was all sitting there in the living room and we heard the music and it was thrilling and there was exciting and then after the music dr churchill got up and he brought a message in that message. That was just a few minutes. He told about how he could be set free from sin. He told how we could be forgiven. From our sins and toll how our life could be made clean from all our sins and it was such a piercing convicting message. That when he gave the invitation at the end he said wherever you are. If you're at home you can get up from your chair. Kneel down or you can get out of bed and kneel beside your bed or if you're driving your car and you're listening to the radio you can drive alongside and park and there you can pray wherever you are. You can pray and you can ask the lord jesus to forgive you of your sins and to come into your heart by trusting. He's finished work on the cross and so that night in our little indian home my two sisters got up from where they were sitting and they knelt down beside their chair and they cried like babies. They were crying because
Two-year Treasury yields stage biggest five-day drop since 2008
"But it's really in the bull markets that it's been in a so incredible treasury yields now fooling at the fastest pace since the global financial crisis. Yeah. Although on their way back up a little bit of a balanced in treasury yield right now, two point one zero percent and the tens are paying out, more than the twos, by decent amount right now as the two year price really rallied. So at least you don't see twos, tens, inversion this morning that could be on the cards. Of course, we heard from a number investors, including. Including Stanley Druckenmiller, who says that he thinks the feds can cut to zero by a year and a half from now. Dave financial markets, of course, now discounting at least two quarter-point fed interest rate cuts by the end of the let me just give you a couple of numbers and Asia-Pacific down a tenth of one percent, Shanghai say we can nine tenths of one percents that job drops really across Asia, but not as significant perhaps, as that big FANG, stoke decline. The all BA decision. The first rate cut since two thousand sixteen it was widely expected actually Ozzy Hsieh's. Not really that much the Donna fluctuating just a little bit of sports, sixty nine for the dollar down a tenth of one percent. But crude is the other big stories and say holding onto losses will all down almost twenty percent from the peak in late April, and we've got another half a percent drop for brantford this morning and down three tenths of one percent to fifty three dollars. Sports zero six this morning. So those are the markets for you every fifth. Fifteen minutes by