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"britain williams" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly

The Napoleonic Quarterly

07:58 min | 4 months ago

"britain williams" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly

"Now for those of you wondering what. An earth is the idea with this podcast. Please do have a listen to episodes zero but in a sentence right quickly. The napoleonic courtly is breaking down the epic conflicts of the seventeen ninety two to eighteen fifteen period into three months chunks beginning with the first quarter of seven thousand nine hundred eighty two so in this episode and the ninety five episodes which will hopefully follow. You can expect to hear an initial summary of developments in the three months in question. Then look at the three biggest stories and more detail and finally a brief discussion between two leading historians of the period to make sense of it. All in fact. They're here with me now. Charles s dale of the university of liverpool and alexander bridge say of louisiana state university. Hello charles hi hi good to be with you and hello alex. Greetings from louisiana. Well let's see what they think of my attempt to some state of play in the three months ending march thirty first seventeen ninety two. There are three main narrative strands to report on throughout season. The first of which is developments in the maelstrom. That is the politics of the french revolution at the beginning of seventeen. Ninety two france had been a constitutional monarchy for three months. The national assembly having prepared the new constitution being replaced by simply from the start of october seventeen ninety one the big development in the first three months of seventeen ninety two was king. Louis the sixteenth. Getting rid of his ministry's appointing republicans to form a new government. Jack pierre is in a position of great influence and those appointed to power being known as the breach attack after him including us foreign minister shelf wa do marie who is very keen on invading your strean netherlands than spawned belgium our second narrative strand is about the allies taking on the french revolution. As britain's william pitney younger is not really looking at the continent much at all at this stage. August is on eastern near and the great power struggle between austria prussia and russia which is going to remain a theme throughout all the twenty four years. This podcast covers and will threaten more at the beginning and end. The question at stake is about what to do with poland how to carve it up really talented set itself up as a hereditary constitutional monarchy just a few months beforehand in may seventeen ninety one not good news for many members of the polish nobility who are gathering in saint petersburg to form the Beat confederation and call on russia to intervene militarily. Prussia also decides to ally with austria in february seventeen. Ninety two your string emperor leopold the second actually dies but is replaced in march by his son who becomes emperor francis of the holy roman empire and king of australia at the habsburg and in a further change the swedish king gustav third is assassinated in a palace plot and our third narrative. Strand is about the progress of the war not that there's a war in europe at this stage but austria and prussia are moving troops towards the french frontier as everything seems to be heading in one direction namely towards armed conflict in europe. So that's your introductory summary to the state of play in this opening three months of seventeen ninety. Two and alex all told. I think things are looking a little ropey here as we heard at the start of this episode. It's clear that the storm clouds are gathering across europe. If i were living in europe in the early seventy nine hundred would be very concerned because you have this mess. In france you have this Rather explain interesting rather talented ruler in austria whom the great american historian. Paul schroeder famously described as one of the shrewdest insensible monarchs ever to wear crown. He just kills over and he's replaced by his son who is far lists experience. Then you have this estimation of swedish king gustav the third Who shot cold-bloodedly the bed. What masquerade and now you see. Great powers Converging on on this polish state of alabi very concerned. If i wear and so in europe in seventeen ninety two charles. Is it about right to boil this down. Initially to the revolution in france and all sorts of shenanigans near more generally because looking ahead to eighteen fifteen. This is basically the starting point which we're gonna come back to at the very end of this story all the way through. It's about the politics of how france is governed being resolved in eighteen fifteen so we went too much looking at but seeing as we're at the very beginning to recognize that this is really where the story begins. The origins of the fruition have been have been debated incessantly and continue to be debated. And i would suggest that we really rainy tope wants to get involved in all of that too much because we were never get to seventeen ninety two. That'll fifteen factored enough. What happens when you get historians big mistake thickness to historians in a room free opinions. Well chosen joking you signed. I always explain the french revolution to my students. As if you like a a two-fold process you got two different. Things happening at once in france and they kill you side on the one hand. You've got a growing sense amongst many elements of the propertied classes when low -bility or the say you're not so distinction which has been much of overdrawn but you got a sense amongst mcpeek re property people education that france is going down the drain that france as an international power is in decline. That france is helpless and france is humiliated. The dutch revolution in seventeen eighty seven analysis growing sense. That france is being humiliated. Also francis in is in hot to austria francis. Chief ally was an australian. Was doing nothing to help. France and it didn't help of course ozias vicious campaign of demonization marie-antoinette's who who is for here in the australian woman is turned around to be lucian three The austrian bitch out. Yes okay so a sense fronts. Is national prestigious rather bruised fury than the ball bounced doing nothing to protect france. Nothing to help people's interests and on the other hand you call a popular crisis which is all about peasants. Desperate for land of the urban population. Suffering terribly a high prices and those things come together to produce what we call the french revolution. And so you can see yes rightfully from the beginning. that is an international dimension. In france the earliest you is the nobody else is interested in. What's happening in france except to the extent that the friendship obviously taken themselves out of the equation for a couple of years. Yeah well alex. Can i ask you to sum up the french revolution from seventeen thousand nine to seventeen ninety two in three sentences..

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"britain williams" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:18 min | 8 months ago

"britain williams" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Corona virus pandemic is a public health crisis. And an economic crisis felt by millions across the country. But the pain hasn't been distributed equally. The youngest members of the workforce have borne the brunt of the fallout and could face permanent damage. It's the subject of a Bloomberg television Special Report airing this week. Generation interrupted, hosted by Lisa Abramowitz and Lisa joins us Now, with the third installment of a five part Bloomberg Radio series on the matter, Lisa Nathan. The recovery in the labor market has been slow. You see it in the jobs numbers and also in data on jobs postings. I spoke with Jed Kolko, chief economist for the job listing sight indeed. We see in terms of job postings that they're down almost 20% to where they were last year, especially in a lot of the sectors where young people, especially young graduates often look for their first jobs. College graduates tend to gravitate to positions and industries like tech or finance. And that's where Jed Kolko seeing some of the biggest downward trends. Girls sit down significantly in shop like marketing in accounting. These air sectors that college grads often look to for their first job, and those are sectors were hard really has slowed the sectors where hiring his fingers strong our goods related sectors construction, driving retail warehouse jobs because they support the state home economy. But they tend to hire fewer college grads, and they don't tend to be the sectors that young college grads look at first and for college grads. Those jobs also tend to pay less. There is a silver lining, though, for those outside of metro areas like New York, indeed, seeing an increase in big city companies that are considering remote workers to fill positions. At the same time, Koko says it could be harder for college grads to move up in the ranks without the benefit of office culture or face time. With their higher ups. They shift work has lots of advantages. Opening up our attorneys, people who might not live where certain kinds of jobs are. They can offer flexibility for people who have lots of responsibilities outside of work. But I do think it creates challenges for younger people who might not know their organizational culture or have the same kinds of networks as older workers have. And even if remote working phase in some of the biggest cities, it looks like offices won't be as full as they were before the pandemic data from indeed Shou San Francisco, New York, Boston and Washington, D. C near the top of the list for cities with the largest decline and jobless things from the same time last year. For more on the pandemics. Impact on young workers joined me on Friday at 7 P.m. eastern for a Bloomberg television Special report. Generation interrupted and tune in tomorrow at the same time for part four of our Bloomberg Radio Siri's in New York on Lisa Abramowitz Bloomberg Radio. Nikolay says some other stories we're following this morning a major takeover in the gambling industry. Caesar's entertainment has agreed to by Britain's William Hill for $3.7 billion. Shares of Micron Technology are down nearly 5% in early trading. The largest U. S chip maker says it has now halted shipments to China SWAT away its biggest customer. Micron also cut capital spending plans warned about weaker demand forecast possible oversupply. American and United Airlines are among seven carriers taking federal loans to help stay afloat. Those loans Air captain $7.5 billion. Each company's accepting loans are required to put.

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"britain williams" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"britain williams" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We check the markets every 15 minutes. Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg SNP futures down, 27 points down futures down 242 NASDAQ futures Down 105, the DAX and Germany's down 6/10 of a percent 10 year Treasury that'll change your 100.64% and the and the yield on the two years 20.12%. Nymex crude oil is down 1% or 40, cents at 38 89 of barrel Nathan Karen. We begin with last night's presidential debate that devolved into chaos almost from the start. The night was marked by insults and name calling with moderator Chris Wallace trying in vain to control the event. Everybody knows he's a liar, but you I just want to. I want to make sure you wanted last in your class first. I want to make a resident Can you let him finish? What? He don't know how to do that. You know, you pick it be surprised along guy the wrong night. Wrong time. Much of the night went like that, Though there were some moments of notes the pandemic took center stage at times, Joe Biden attacked the president for withholding information from the American people. He knew it was a deadly disease. What did he do? He's on tape is acknowledging you knew it, He said. He didn't tell us or give people a warning of it because he didn't want to panic. The American people You don't panic. He panicked. The president fired back by pointing to his record. I'll tell you, Joe, You could never have done the job that we did. You don't have it in your blood. You could have never done that yet. I know how to do the job. I know how to get the job. But you didn't do very well in swine to issues of race and unrest were also part of the debate. President Trump was asked by Chris Wallace to disavow white supremacist groups. Here was his response. I'm willing to do anything I want to see what sir, do it. Do you want to call him? What do you want to call him? Give me a name. Give me proud, son. Right problem. Stand back and stand by. But I'll tell you what. I'll tell you what Somebody's got to do something about Antifa and the left. The chaotic debate left commentators across cable television stunned searching for words to describe the night One network settled on profanity to characterize the contest. For many, the event was a low point in presidential debate history and a CBS News poll of viewers nearly 70% describe themselves as annoyed. We get analysis from Bloomberg political contributor and former McCain campaign manager Rick Davis. I'm not sure what the American public got out of it. But look, Trump came to brawl and that's what he did. Mine came to try and make appeal directly to the audience, and he tried to do that when he could. So I think both men probably executed their strategy, and neither one of them probably got much points out of this debate. President Trump focused on energizing his base. Though polls show he can't win re election without college educated suburban and female voters tonight, likely did little to change his support in those areas, according to Iona, College political science professor Jeannie's A. No Trump needed to shake up this race and I don't think you can say he appealed to seniors. He appealed to suburban women. He appealed to the college educated that he needs to pull out in this race. And by the same token, I don't think that the vice president made up much ground here. But since he was a head, I think we're probably looking at a sort of even playing field at this point where we came into this thing. More coverage and analysis coming up in 15 minutes From now, when we speak with our chief Washington correspondent Kevin so, really live in Cleveland. First, the economy is sure to be another key topic for voters. And this morning we get the first of three reports of the week on the labor market. ADP forecast to September gain of 649,000 private jobs and here with Morris Bloomberg Economics correspondent Michael McKee, The ADP report has a tortured history of often showing a very different level of employment than the government's numbers. Nevertheless, Wall Street continues to pay attention the past two months, reported 167,000 and 428,000 new jobs, the official payroll numbers each month a million higher. Economists are expecting another week ADP number, It would take a major surprise to move the market needle and it will likely only matter if payrolls coming week as well. Slow down this month is forecast so ADP may turn out to have more predictive value than usual. Michael Mikey Bloomberg Daybreak. All right, Michael. Thank you As we await that report on hiring. There's word on one of the biggest layoffs of the Cove it Karen Bloomberg's John Tucker joins us live with more John and Karen Walt Disney is slashing 28,000 jobs. The move affects its theme park, cruise line and retail businesses. The firings include executives and salaried employees. There's the chairman of the Parks Division says in a memo to workers quote. This is the only feasible option we have in light of the prolonged impact of covert 19 on our business. The comebacks jarred investors shares were down 2.7% of the premarket. John Tucker Bloomberg Daybreak man, John. We also have word of job cuts in Europe. Royal Dutch Shell says it will cut as many as 9000 positions over the next two years, shall also warns of lower sales in the third quarter is demand for oil slumps because of the pandemic. We also have a major takeover in the gambling industry. Caesar's entertainment has agreed to by Britain's William Hill for $3.7 billion plus a tie up that could have been the biggest utility deal in U. S history, Bloomberg News has learned. Nextera Energy recently made an unsuccessful bid to take over Duke Energy next era, is the world's largest utility owner by market value..

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"britain williams" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"britain williams" Discussed on Brains On!

"Just a scary moment rather than a true threat This list makes me jump with joy. It's time for the brains honor roll. This is the latest group of friends who've sent in questions. Drawings and mystery sounds to help fuel the show from Chicago. Liam Lillian in Lincoln from Cave Creek Arizona Matthew from Greenwich Connecticut Kagan from Charlotte North Carolina. Dan and Stevie from San Antonio Texas to needs from Cumming Georgia Brady for peabody Massachussetts Abigail from Akron Ohio Colin and Elliot from Saint Augustine Florida Roscoe Ward from Leander Texas Henry from Chicago. Alexander Zakin Abigail from Adelaide. Australia Lauren. For Marian Iowa Brianna from Yucca Petra from Portland Oregon Charlie from Brisbane Australia ally and Noah from Sydney Australia brand from San Luis Obispo California Elizabeth from Toronto Eaton and Scarlett from Cambridge Ontario Abe from Cambridge Massachusetts. Selena from Las Vegas Leland for Mayfield Kentucky. Hannah from northbound -Tario Graham Halifax Nova Scotia Adela and bliss from New Rochelle. New York Theodore and Sasha from Portsmouth Hampshire Shalom from Brooklyn New York Finn from Portland Oregon Celeste on the from Houston Inada from Jacksonville. Florida Holly From California William From Columbia Tennessee. George from Auckland New Zealand Owen from Davis California Ryan and Leeann from Savannah Georgia L. from Plano Texas Deakin from Brock Port New York. Jane Montclair New Jersey Izzo from Queensland Australia Erin from Cape Town South Africa Leeann Austin Texas Ethan and Ashleigh from Austin Texas from Arlington Massachusetts. Brian from Palm Bay Florida Brennan Jewels and Caroline from Cedar Rapids Iowa Britain William Fairfax station. Virginia Kediri from a story a New York Erie from Minnesota Liam Julian from Centennial Colorado banks from Helena Alabama Akio Kyw from wave under Lucius Spain Alexander from Pebbles Ohio Laura from Oakland California to cure from Dallas and adolescent from Arlington Washington. Uh brains on will be back soon with more answers to your questions soliciting..

"britain williams" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"britain williams" Discussed on KOMO

"Eight days you're listening to ABC news nobody's arts Anders good morning I your top stories on the commode twenty four seven news center several sites around the country being used to quarantine people exposed to coronavirus a Chris loft is with the Washington state patrol says there's a chance people could be sent to the Washington state patrols fire training academy in the north bend area that's a very remote facility no one's been sent there yet and Loftis says this to chance no one will travelers without symptoms of coronavirus who have been in who bay province in the past two weeks are being asked to self quarantine at home people who don't have a home to go to are the ones who would be sent to north bend the two men accused of the shooting last month in downtown Seattle the left one woman dead and seven others hurt have both been formally charged with murder marquis told Britain William Toliver were arrested Saturday leaving a casino on the Las Vegas Strip according to court documents both men have been charged with first degree murder six counts of first degree assault with a firearm it first repossession of a firearm their schedule have an arraignment hearing February nineteenth now you're como traffic in Seattle southbound I. five at I. ninety the right lane is closed for road work overnight until four thirty joint base Lewis McChord the northbound I. five exit to the main gate is closed until five AM and the northbound I. five exit four lane is also closed and it's Coleman the southbound I. five watch for road work near thirty eighth street south of the southbound I. five on and off ramps there are closed until five o'clock in the morning am J. Phillips call twenty four seven traffic now you're como eco roof for K. everybody it is just so soggy out their commuting has been difficult loads of standing water on the roadways in the rain continues to fly the visibility slope the rivers continue to rise and we keep getting these mudslides we had one in Redmond a few days ago one in maple valley yesterday as long as the rain keeps.

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"britain williams" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"britain williams" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"News radio I'm Tom Robert acting homeland security secretary Kevin mac lean is dealing with protests from immigration rights activists ought to also talk about some of the fundamental issues we face with the current legal framework and its ability to address large scale immigration for okay women abruptly ended his speech today at a DC conference due to repeated interruptions the protesters shouted when immigrants come under attack what do we do stand up fight back US forces are leaving northern Syria NBC correspondent cure Simmons says it's a betrayal walks eight could be is a bloodbath on a new phase in this very Dirty War it all really depends on whether Turkey treats this as a full scale invasion or something more limited president trump is defending his decision he tweets that he has great unmatched wisdom arguing that he was elected to get the US out of ridiculous endless wars he about to remain focused on the big picture knowing we can always go back and blast former US diplomat Kurt Volker is resigning as head of the McCain institute Walker says he doesn't want to become a distraction for the think tank he testified for more than nine hours before three house committees last week about what he knows about president from July phone call in which you crane president was asked to investigate from political rival Joe Biden and Biden's son hunter president trump is set to sign a pair of trade agreements with Japan we've been working on that for over a year they're opening up their agriculture we're opening up industrial commodities outside of the car business lot of breakthroughs for the U. S. on E. commerce White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the packs will benefit American farmers and digital trade joker was the big winner at the box office this weekend earning more than ninety three million dollars in the US and Canada Joaquin Phoenix stars in the movie which is stirred up some controversy you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio Nobel Prize awards are being announced this week kicking things off today the Nobel Prize for medicine was awarded to two researchers from the US and one from Britain William Kaelin junior is a professor at Harvard Medical School and Greg semaines a heads up the vascular research program at Johns Hopkins University the third recipient Sir Peter Radcliffe is a professor at Oxford they were awarded the prize jointly for identifying the molecular machinery that regulates the activity of genes in response to varying levels of oxygen there are three new laws in California thanks to the college cheating scandal governor Gavin Newsom recently signed the bills which he says will level the playing field for people trying to go to college one of the rules tightens the timeline when colleges can admit students that don't quite meet eligibility standards another requires schools to disclose if they give preferential treatment to certain applicants and the third prevents people found guilty in the scandal to get tax benefits on those phony charitable donations used as bribes chasing camp Donia NBC news radio scientists are worried that mosquito borne illness will be on the rise because of climate change more heat waves bear down bringing with them flooding warm waters and drought this means a changing environment that's conducive to increased populations of mosquitoes as well as bugs showing up in new places Erin Mordecai a professor of biology at Stanford University says we're poised for a lot of surprises they aren't good surprises either Mordecai and others are worried about eastern equine encephalitis chronic kidney disease dengue fever and west Nile virus among others only says he NBC news radio a hair salon on Long Island has to replace the glass on the front window after a deer jumped through it the business was opening clients were present at the time of the Saturday incident happened just prior to twelve thirty on Saturday I'd be you to full hair salon in lake Ronkonkoma woman sitting near the window suffered head and leg pain the deer was inside for a total of twenty six seconds and.

"britain williams" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"britain williams" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The nato summit that wraps up tonight in brussels and as you pointed out in the washington post the british prime minister struggling quote to keep her government from imploding after the resignation earlier this week of the foreign secretary boris johnson can you explain to a use audience how significant the events have been over the last couple of days and what this means for the british prime minister and the conservative party yes this is been a very bad few days for theresa may theresa may game her cabinet for sort of extended cabinet a a a look at her brexit plan that you wanted to propose to to brussels last friday at chequers her countryside state and she thought on friday and announced on friday instead on friday and brief the press on friday that she had gotten support from her cabinet from her government for her plan the more people began to discuss the plan and think about and talk among themselves over the weekend the less some of the the more of of brexit' backers liked it they consider it a two soft of brexit i'm using a quote unquote common rulebook with europe collecting tariffs with europe and then and and aligning regulations and rules and all these other things with the european block some of the brexit tears want like it cleaned seis of split from europe they they're even happy with kind of crashing out of the european union with no deal so they think the theresa may's compromise compromises too soft and squishy and to and to too much of a fudge and not really what they say the voters voted for when they when they passed the referendum to leave the european union back in june two thousand sixteen so theresa may have had a very bad couple of days i she had david davies resign and he is her brexit secretary it has a long ago what's your name but that's what that's what hits his portfolio was and he was seen as a fairly loyal lieutenant for someone who had to be the lead negotiator a mess was going to get out of the european union he left he said on a point of honour he said he didn't think he could represent may's plan boat to the british public and two is the people across the table from him in brussels and so he resigned okay so that wasn't great that's pretty pretty bad it a lot of ways and then followed the hours later bye bye boris johnson leaving theresa may fustrated in as many people are with boris johnson and probably mob as staticy poor sleaze david davide we're talking with william booth he is joining us from london the bureau chief for the washington post and we covered here on c span theresa may's remarks the british prime minister jeremy corbyn head of the labor party when after her saying it took two years to come up with the brexit plan only two days for it to unravel but let me ask you about her standing among the conservatives in her party is her position in jeopardy our position has been in jeopardy since the two thousand seventeen election which she is seen as having bungled the conservative party the tories did not win a majority they had to form a partnership with the democratic unionist party in northern ireland to govern giving her kind of just a narrow number of votes in parliament so she's been weakened from that day that was like last summer and so she's not in a terrible position in part because the conservatives the tories have not really coalesced around a new standard bearer there's not an obvious replacement in the wings that doesn't mean that there isn't someone who would quickly rise up but so the thinking is that that may can hang on for a while among the in her conservative party that the hard line brexit tears still very vocal are not the majority and that she could she could keep keep on keeping on that could change and her phone ability is real i mean the the abella elements the village the more hug brexit tears in her own party of which there are many you know openly threatening her with a no confidence vote they probably have enough people to get that vote but probably not enough parliamentary and to win that boats so so yeah that's not an enviable position for a prime minister in britain it's only wednesday already an incredibly busy week in great britain william booth who's joining us from london his work available at washington post dot com thank you for being with us.

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"britain williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"britain williams" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The draft um in the diet that number nine to me would either be a pass rusher and now it probably the markets davenport uh from eu teeth san antonio either roadrunner shell that's that's already a bit of a red flag right there um and then the other guy would be tremain edvins from virginia tech who's a middle linebacker i i think he's got some versatility in the forty nine ers can find a spot for him but uh you know he might be a good guy to have on your team if you think that moving foster is going to miss a lot of games or uh maybe even more or who knows uh coming down the line but those are the two guys that me and my sense in my intuition and uh you know what would happen after free agency it cetera uh would seem to point to uh what are you what do you think joe williams's in the grand scheme of things as far as i don't know if you talk to bear the nine earthy basis given a richer your last year in britain looked pretty good as a backup i'm just wondering god were were hide fits in if he does fit in that they think britain williams can can shoulder the loathed leica young maybe maybe he feels like you know freeman in coleman out on off that's it abc comparison probably not but i'm just curious where he is i mean is easy if these in their plans or not so much eight in the mic um nate lunch or him to show them something but they know that nick aidreliant just no track record dare show he's he's part of the group on it would be a very pleasant surprise if he came out and degrade thing to mean um it was clear to them from uh almost that first rookie minicamp i think was right after the trap that breda was uh was the better back or at least the the hungrier back last hour and um you know that was uh that was not great i mean brita had a great season um and was motivated like like no one else but uh as motivated as he was williams didn't didn't make the same splash and uh uh i got gotta think that they were a bit disappointed i think that that's definitely a position that they're going to look at in the.

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"britain williams" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

LA Talk Radio Channel 1

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"britain williams" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

"Been court because of him britain william roberts using hit identity to create a precise honor to become a artists and i felt like where i lost respect for william rose lay the rapper is why would you fight him in court over something that everybody in the world by iran sure baath move you are we've talked about a baath guarantee we are going to eat a real boss move would it be like oh g ray false there would have been set with him out of court for that brian perry right been my only with him as the artists i love him but as a person i don't have respect for him so that's modern it at uh what's your position on that through army where rick route between a low on and on about it now respect for me period allround refer it far as i could earn inning a fake being inaugurated macro alone whatever personally arcane biko want right now night fane no hague take away from what he with that way more tenaga but it ain't you know let me and him never it being quickly me and you know oh gamper julio monopoly that he's okay but i can think of nothing that really clear where i could say all yeah i gotta go eat that no you know what i mean it's couple of phones that i won't permit become on the radio but other than that um again prayer the you know ride on after you on that okay here guard next topic we got to talk about this black exum is man black panther roasted almost one billion dollar ruling grossing film of all time now betting town business one up key where is therefore army that's what i'll talk at about it i even though for hero type or movie but would i you off but to try the odd exactly what i'd say i saw it seems odd one regular warnings 3d i'll say to three d one was better but oh my god i um um.

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"britain williams" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"britain williams" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"At the dance studio yesterday police say the bucket of water the boy crawled into had been left out by an employee officials say they would talk to the mom about possible negligence but overall it just peers to be a tragic accident police have arrested a man suspected of attacking an elderly man in hollywood the guy was taken into custody yesterday the elderly man was knocked down in october while walking on libreria he was hit in the face with a backpack a scholarship that's the first of its kind will help asylum seekers or refugees go to college in california southern begging her nine and i decided that i wanted to do something make a difference among cdc he came up with the scholarship idea on a family trip to turkey i saw nene theory refugees eagerly looking career english that they could conquer their higher education abroad which you go back to school at you see irvine she help raise nearly a hundred thousand dollars now committee will decide eligibility requirements and how that money will get distributed the refugee students scholarship programme will be the first one in the uc system for refugees and the first in the country spearheaded and funded by students monica rix kfi news prince william has personally delivered his sons handprinted christmas gift to wish list to santa william was on an official trip to helsinki finland yesterday when he met up with father christmas as they call santa in britain william son george shoe is four only asked for one thing he wants a police car oh trivia royal traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crash in anaheim on the ninety one but suddenly fuel was motorcycle where was a growth everything no off to the right shoulder things are really heavy coming away from just before imperial highway also it's going to be a slow drip on the 605.

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"britain williams" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"britain williams" Discussed on The Big 98

"Be will drive dagga let me does run i mean oh our haven from offensive player right that's right but there's a small team arkansas keith i know he had to play both defense and offense 'cause sometimes the guy do you got a new i i don't remember bobby plan much knee france that's what i said i only get would play when it's like the nickel package on defense it's because he looked like he was line offense what every sign of a joke has no idea good the mall probably you're on the game right as riot thursday for me eat anything else going out with you not that man is killing kentucky derby preakness today how many days a week or you honey now that works over well i'm one hunter this postseason which is mandated i'll stop 'til monday i'll be out overnight monday and unpopular break third star michael narawa muslims he's right now it is my little jordan spieth tastes terrible you only want to shoot cause and you get a put via the whole thing again yeah it's a mess but he'll do what you added that it will really would vote let's say you know all right well i'll talk to you soon and so mount pump has not ida that will more game and then for that make the playoffs and looking at it if they do i would be great uh go go debogram britain william are i was like you said uh areas are kentucky did you know of a to this from a high school whenever they did a census a school census is a true story my whole skull kindergarten through eighth grade was on you've been there yes it's on a hill all of it all to building never seen anything like it when i go say government small town like news loved how i heard for years items autonomy gay yeah i know it is not on it and then i went there and i was like okay yeah i guess i did notice montana's but yes so it's two buildings in and so on this hill and total population kindergarten through eighth grade for the mountain pine red devils was six hundred sixty six that's a printed call bogged dazzlingly how is it the other the census would why the let's like government was real deal well we do the honours i should have.

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"britain williams" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"britain williams" Discussed on KOMO

"The cross the country on this labor day there are socalled fight for fifteen rallies fight for 15 demonstrations are scattered across the country this labour i said rallies are being held in chicago memphis kansas city los angeles and other cities the group targeting industries like fastfood restaurants at hospitals calling for an increase in the minimum wage should fifteen dollars an hour it's a movement that has the support of senator bernie sanders donald says it has raised pay for workers and started offering paid time off at companyowned restaurants ryan burrow abc news chicago in britain william and kate earned announcing that they are expecting their third child the new royal will be fit the mind the throne pushing uncle hair down one spot areas apparently not upset by that he was asked about this morning someone shouted what did you think it he said great news fantastic were already talking names i'm afraid tadic howard the bookmaker has arthur alice victoria henry as the favorites all the 10toone abc's nick watt they're jab these emperors oldest granddaughters giving up her royal titled to mary a commoner princess majko announced she's marrying a college classmate who won over her arch 25 year olds as the relationship started five years ago when she sat behind him at a campus meeting she wasn't in line for the throne only men in her family can become emperor this is abc news is komo news time 104 tiras ahead over the aaa traffic desk and check in with kira jordan and we are working on a couple of locking problems right now we have a crash in marysville southbound i 5 at steve route five t nine is going to be locking your lane i believe no it's going to be blocking yet it added locking your left lane and this is causing slowing from to lay let northbound i five is also a sloca from rinke dr p eighty eight live crashed in seattle northbound i 5 at i90 this partially blocking the right lane causing much of the.

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"britain williams" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"britain williams" Discussed on KOMO

"The white house goingson focus on the white house president trump responding we'll see when asked at the us would have shag north korea after its latest nuclear test it spurred a white house meeting of the president's national security team afterward defense secretary james mattis emerged to save any threat to the united states george territories including one or allies will be met with a massive military response for responsible affective and overwhelming houston city councilwoman amanda edwards says the very people helping with harvey clean up right now we'll be impacted by the president's impending decision on the deferred action for childhood arrivals program called daca now is the time to raise that destabilise an area that i like this would undermine all the other efforts that are taking place right at the president is scheduled to announce his decision tuesday richard cantu abc news a number of corruption investigations are dogging not only israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu but also his wife while israel's first couple continues to deny all wrongdoing new reports claim charges may soon be filed against sara netanyahu abc giordano mental report from jerusalem israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is facing two corruption investigations against him but his wife sarah may be the first one to be indicted israel's channel two news reporting that based on sources in the justice ministry an indictment against sarah be coming in the next two weeks there is accused of fraud and breachoftrust for allegedly spending taxpayer money on a variety of falsely reported personal expenses totalling hundreds of thousands of dollars short on a miller abc news jerusalem and baby makes five britain's william and kate expecting their third child more.

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"britain williams" Discussed on talkSPORT

talkSPORT

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"britain williams" Discussed on talkSPORT

"Good morning this approach side of the guys how are we thing i go did get thanks buddy some that maybe some bad so not so iverson's you know i took you advice anyone nights outs overtime the hotel the ready to she's it to do good so you remember thomas team autonomy and but he you know i'm and he made it changes but clowney in terms of from below one team bringing jobs in the uk which is going to greatness is good news not the former once in that's also come on the fat oh yeah that's not me you know number one of runs on this idea they said the pacific he's on the brown separately quincy so we should made that very clear but creating two hundred job in britain william production of its carbon fiber assesses almost or two northern england have done to begin given the fact to sheffield earlier this year the new also race with university local counsell tries was on fifty eight percent the tossed impose be him agent you take big exporter these guys ninety two percent of their output days overseas and just of him buying one well the price range one hundred twenty thousand pounds of the cheaper and before proper respect one up to two million pounds right i mean there's one among top opportunity wallace is fine unknown the tying warm massive come the good numbers a believing time wanna made up for the film she didn't warmup brothers also this team in an age be a tv tema clinching present trump is going pretty aggressive and told him out of see and then but i see every time he mentions and live you're numb because up safe but having desired effect bet good numbers from them mostly to to box office it's such as they how he puts a spin off and traffic be somewhere it's fun comes out what's that month so was in the process of being acquired by a team to eight eighty five million dollar the deal but important eleven hops unpromising quote be remy budget likes it is on track despite being oppose quite donald trump them up this week bit week as always political on sunday ahead of the big european elections three months when i remember from the final round of crunches presidents relations.

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"britain williams" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"britain williams" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"You take a month or two and persist and that and then at every person and that group at a person somewhere down the line and just keep growing our numbers yeah the the power of compound and interest isn't worry you know and you measure progression is extraordinary if if you get actually it even got three people and he follows three people got three people is one of those three people got three people you know with then you know six or eight iteration is you have pretty much everybody in the country it it doesn't take enormous number people to me i i really have my ten oh that's great you know and i'm going to meeting with with you know mike outpolled so to speak and um i'm hoping that the other members of the party will also participate that's marvelous that's marleau is going on you tell you thanks like for the call thanks for sure an inspirational story wins i appreciate it rich in green when indiana a rich what's on your mind a ton thank you i wanted to bring attention to a couple resource that and then i rescued question about the okay for that and you're starting body professor turgid amazing grace is a song that we all know more or less and there was a move he back in two thousand and six but you know minute it's here it about be i wish into slavery in great britain william wilbur force and william yet there was nineteen thirty eight was not it is a thirty eight okay that's my recollection i could be wrong but it's been a long time but it was only it was a nearly eighteen hundred so was it was after the american revolution and before the emergence of work this this the is a wonderful period piece that but i think you know that they can be and understanding that are never had on the background that song.

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"britain williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"britain williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And that group at a person somewhere down the line and just keep growing our numbers yeah the the power of come on and interest isn't worry you know jim entered progression is extraordinary if if you get actually if you even got three people any follows three people got three people intro those three people got three people you know with then you know six or eight iteration you have pretty much everybody in the country it it doesn't take enormous number people to me i thought i early have my ten oh that's great you know and i'm going to meeting with with you know mike tough old so to speak and i'm i'm hoping that the other members of the party will also participates as marvelous as well as good on you tell you thanks like for the call thanks for sure an inspirational story wins i appreciate it rich in greenwood indiana a rich what's on your mind based on thank you i wanted to bring attention to a couple resource that and then i rescued question about the kapler thirty reciting fire yeah professor turgeon amazing grace is a song that we all know more or less and there was a move the back in two thousand and six good you know my it's here it about the elbow listeners slavery in great britain william over force and williams pipp that was nineteen thirty a was not it is thirty eight okay that's my recollection i could be wrong but has been a long time it was in the net was nearly eighteen hundred so was it was after the american revolution and before the emergence of work this this the is a wonderful period piece that i think you know the big ap and understanding that i never had on the background that song as being it's all about the list and it was written by any slaves shift captain newton who's of her trade in the film by alec burks any pudo great characters and i'm i just urge everybody to check it out because amazing great seager wrestling me i would line but you know i see is talking about the and humanity of slavery as it it's not about personal.

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"britain williams" Discussed on KMJNow Radio

KMJNow Radio

02:44 min | 5 years ago

"britain williams" Discussed on KMJNow Radio

"Up a pick of all are you kidding me now not getting it all cole it will be finisher store going toe to toe for twenty minutes there's anywhere the minister defensive the first one to show the bold arrived with low energy los pineda less a bullet hitting the olympics at bigras street event so there's hit security forces but obviously increase or level of readiness security in areas near but it did what across the fans from the world's philip its second riches sport the two percent but can afford to compete and a quest room versus the one persona could afford to compete in yard gain right next to one of the worst ones in real with a big chance in between so that we get all shorthand what they showed us the opening serve and i reach across to your brother man one minister has reiterated that target with the police weber confirmed hysteria was never the target villa picked games whenever the target most non second or following paragraph ever in the arena brilliance britain's williams bought it remained in the lead up after the duracell hours phase of the evening competition chris o games or soon to police blames followed by here's the precise results nothing to see here move along all right from the hobby lobby opening chart normally charlie from our sister station this country how long have you been there gabbert is since twelve and there's no parking i por just here a lane down the street you know and it's not like the wyllie wallach of crap stores there are giants flowers bigger than my head there could play good that is your head bigger than my head and they have you know those big head those dyar hormones yes they still those i think i was gonna one of those got a whole bengal on sunday got one of my goals it but i'm going to never seen a but is still work i got a lot but got a glass one also too video latest this is i seems forty eight kind of fade mermaid i am among them remains i really really like the but i don't know open them it's honestly i've done ironic part of it is very is in the lobby and how the lottery if they don't have one tv i thought you were calling because you have been at how the lauded for hours and were desperately calling.

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