28 Burst results for "British Navy"
"british navy" Discussed on Gastropod
"There were nunneries in Italy and Spain that specialized in their own cookies. A lot of them you can still find in those nunneries today. Lizzie says it was probably in Catalunya in Spain that they started whipping eggs into cookie dough. People were really going to town these new foods were so exciting and adaptable. And gradually, they spread northwood through Europe and reached Britain, which is my original homeland and the modern biscuits too. And so biscuits enter England in a kind of medicinal manual. It's got a lovely title. It's called the secrets of Alexis of pimenton and it has recipes for creams against the stench of your toes and how to make gold. Find gold with salamanders and things like that. It's an incredible book, but it also has a recipe for more statue, which if you make it, turns out these hard brown biscuits. The biscuit was still in this strange gray zone between medicine and dessert, and it was of course mostly for the elite who could afford both sugar and spices. But no elite banquet was really complete without a biscuit or two served at the end. You might dip them in your creams and things like that or dip them in sweet wine. Remember, these are not the crumbly or soft squidgy biscuits we know and love today. These are twice baked jawbreakers. When I was doing the book, I tried out lots of 17th century biscuit recipes. Many of them were utterly disastrous. Especially the ones with coriander seeds in there were really revolting, but then Lizzie tried out a British recipe for a particular type of hard biscuit that would have been served at funerals along with wine. And they are delicious if you dip them in sherry, I have to say that has become a new habit of mine. Hashtag best life. But the biscuit itself still had miles to go. Literally. With the ship's biscuits, obviously that's key to exploration. We mentioned that biscuits were important for sailors, but they were truly essential during the age of exploration in the 1400s and onwards, those European explorers could not have survived their journeys without a storable, durable carb. So biscuits enable exploration and long ocean voyages. The British navy relied on biscuits. And you know, you have all these lovely descriptions of how disgusting they were. Even though biscuits were super durable, if they were stored in a really humid environment like on a ship, they'd start to soften, and then they'd get moldy, and little beetles called weevils that love flour would start multiplying fruitfully. This lovely description of banks before the captains table eat their biscuits. They put them in an oven, and so that encourages all the weavers to crawl out of the biscuits, but the poor old sailors had to eat them with the wave or still in they tasted kind of bitter and like really disgusting or they'd have maggots and they tasted like cold blancs..
"british navy" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast
"To say about that. So that'll be two issues series at boring. She's showing up in nine kearney. As part of it's part of a thing. Daniel craig the actor who plays gene who has played Fifteen years now of the same rank in the royal british navy as his onstream double seven counterpart commander really the royal navy gave him an official rank in the royal british navy. I was kind of cool. Yeah no really. I don't know how anyone saying. Have them right. I mean i'll give honorary but still that's awesome for him but every now there's really so we gotta do. We started. He started for fifteen years. He did a great job. I mean it's such it has the naomie harris's playing shrieked anti-growth that now no he did not visual lasko hairspray. Street girl go then on. Yeah symbols nelson's so riot we had last time we get carnage and shriek this time. Who's the who's the big big bad guy in which movie the first one inversely griot riot. Why was he more powerful than them. Because they kinda tiger rattlesnake venoms kennedy just loser but he's not bow right right more powerful than the combos college different moving right in the movie. He talks about your cat in the mark but the comics though. Not necessarily yeah. Ira is one of the offspring of carnage. So as a third tier down the strong. Yeah i mean. I don't know comparison wise. There are stacked in two next to each other mentally. I don't think so. Lucarno is more powerful than van. But he's on time he's a spawn benham but it is because of the host grant rate partial naming. I dunno. they wouldn't give that kind of stuff powers at. They're all kinds of same thing. But there are few the have other powers of mccrindle really seem to have.
Daniel Craig Is Appointed An Honorary Commander By The Royal Navy
"Daniel craig the actor who plays gene who has played Fifteen years now of the same rank in the royal british navy as his onstream double seven counterpart commander really the royal navy gave him an official rank in the royal british navy. I was kind of cool. Yeah no really. I don't know how anyone saying. Have them right. I mean i'll give honorary but still that's
"british navy" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!
"This is the thing where it's like passive aggressive with. The boss probably isn't going to work. I think casual casual getting everyone christmas. That's great. I won't tell i promise you know. So cool is like my last job. The boss got everyone up. Whatever the fuck you want chill. It's exciting. It's not scary. It's not a bummer. See this is the sort of healthy communication that i cannot. I don't even know where to begin with. This sort of information is either. I either too subtle or overshoot. It anti makes things uncomfortable. Yeah he's telling me how she will like that. So great hotel anyone then. The boss feels like they're in on a secret and there's like oh the person's just assumed i'm good. Yeah yeah and so now. I can fix my problem. That's right k. Tell the ambassador believe it's an k. What is a factor. You're you're credit british navy. Or i'm just gonna read some more details really quickly here. I oversee a chef a gardener and to cleaner so apparently this ambassador. There's a lot of money going on here. We got a generational wealth person and his household potentially queen elizabeth and we already talked about the boat right. This person is trying to get queen. Elizabeth to give the british navy a gift and say to the lines to the tablets. Queen elizabeth has chintzy. That's i feel like we've given these people some excellent answers. We really knocked that one. Out of the part. The advice here will will go from generation to generation like this person's wealth and we improved the world of huge way. That's right ear. welcome everyone. Come georgia i'm so thrilled about these gifts and the glitter that i'm gonna be living with him on your face right. I'm sorry i'm so glad we clarified the glitter on my face. Because to think that you're sitting you're looking at someone with just literally snot running down their face for an entire me like me zoom filter as far as like not remove bodily fluids for your face. Exactly thank you. That was so much fun. Oh i can't wait to use my shot class. I've got this beautiful insulting national parks graphic door disappointment to us.
"british navy" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!
"More of a grocery store salads with your various vegetables in a leafy greens. I should say and the people. You're going to be giving them to our rapper killer. Mike okay queen. Queen elizabeth can pop songstress robin so cash robin english queen elizabeth. And of course our american killer mike okay. Are there right answers or can. I just make no. You know i'll tell you how you did. This is a gift or a curse. The other game we play in theirs are definitely correct. Answers there and definitely willing to shame the guests when they get them wrong. This unless you really flop. This is more of a thinking exercise. Okay well i feel like the queen who wouldn't want to see the queen on water skis and or and or behind the wheel and just fucking like making her grandkids and kids get on there and just messing with them and like do and donuts in the water with like you know point whoever Harry on tube or so would be pretty at would probably feel pretty good. I wonder has she ever been on a high speed boat. Pop yeah she hated every minute of it. I wonder i feel like she's kind of probably down a little bit of everything but maybe for like what's the navy. The are equivalent of the navy. The navy british navy. I supreme that sounds right to me. I'm sure she had to do some like some photo op. That she supports the british navy on her hair. Got fucked up and everything was a mess and has she ever been on a water ski. That's a great question. i doubt it. I feel like she needs to retire and like skis. I love robin. So but god that bag of salad is a real surreal stumper. Because it's like a pretty shitty saying someone. So i don't wanna insult anyone right but i feel like robin cool killer mike personally or i do. Okay okay. i'm gonna give killer mike. The calculator and robin the of salad killer. Mike with a calculator. What's he calculating at this point. Did you say you know. I recommend the game pimping eighties. This thing that middle schoolers highschoolers would calculate into their calculator somehow was like a hack and then suddenly. You're playing a video game where you were like pimp pimp business. Do you remember leisure suit larry. It was that. Of course. I had an older brother so i know like a lot of old weird computer games. And he's like a computer programmer nerds so he leisure suit. Larry sounds very similar to that. I remember like the advertisements for leisure suit. Larry and it was just like always like kind of scantily clad women and this dorky little man the was for him to get laid. Yeah he would go. I guess would solve puzzles for him. To have sex game was and my thirteen year. Old jewish nerdy brothers like playing that in rural like laughing about it..
"british navy" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"The british navy in its own right was increasingly powerful penalties for working with pirates became a much bigger deterrent and the risk simply was becoming too much. This would lead to a general decline in the practice. This is not to say however that the conditions that created piracy simply vanished though less common the use of privateers to supplement. The navy continued to be common practice. That united states relied on the practice through the american civil war in europe. The use of privateers would continue until the eighteen fifty six treaty of paris. Eight treaty that the united states declined to sign non european nations still commonly used merchant ships in conflict so in that regard privateer does still exist though it is far less common than it was during the eighteenth century as has always been the case. There still exists a very fine line between privateer and piracy as we wrap up today's episode. I want to take a second to just making note on the sources that i'm using in writing this podcast. I make use of a variety of different sources. I use everything from extremely broad textbook style. Sources they cover huge amounts of time to secondary sources focused on very particular events in moments. I used primary texts as political writings. Journal articles and more every single episode is pulled together through multiple sources as i do my best to ensure that i'm providing you good an accurate accounts of events. If you ever find yourself wondering what. Sources i draw from. I do keep a running source list on my website. That will give you just that information. If a particular topic interests you go check out what. I used to write the episode and diving deeper this week. For example i relied heavily on pirates of the chesapeake bay. An absolutely fantastic book by historian jamie good all if you want to know more about piracy in the era. Pick up her book. You won't be disappointed. I will include a link to the website in today's show. Notes that way you can pop over to the website. Nc just what it is. I'm using to tell the story next time. We are going to dive. Headlong into queens war. The colonies are about to be swept up in a war between the english. The french and the spanish until then. I hope you all have a wonderful two weeks. I hope that you are staying healthy and staying safe. And i will see you back here next time as we examine the beginnings of queen and war..
British Navy Group: Hijackers Have Left Vessel off UAE Coast
"The British navy says hijackers who boarded a vessel off the coast of the United Arab Emirates in the Gulf of Amman who left the ship the notice comes off to the British military's United Kingdom maritime trade operations group warned of a potential hijack on the on the clear circumstances the night before the group that reported that the vessel was safe he did not provide further details about the event which is unfolded amid heightened tensions between Iran and the west of the two runs batted twenty fifteen nuclear deal with world powers over the past few years commercial shipping in the vital Persian Gulf waterways has increasingly been caught in the cross has I'm Charles the last month
Yo ho and a bottle of Rum
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit Crumb. Today we talk about the superstitions pirates although there were intelligent pirates educated pirates slight Gracia Molly who spoke Gaelic and Latin fluently. There was captain kid who owned huge amounts of property in New York and there was blackbeard former teacher. But there were superstitions like cats were thought to carry a gale in their tail. So black cat frolicking on the deck was assigned. Gail was imminent to drown was never mentioned at sea. Sailors thought it was funeral. Fight to see so most never learned to swim. Most pirates didn't know how to swim. Earrings will pirates were golden. They really did. Because they were fashionable but also in the belief that they gave them better iside protected them from Trimdon. Pirates often wore feathers in their hats. For superstitious reasons they were thought to protect sailors from shipwrecks especially the feathers of the wren slaughtered on New Year's Day which held its power. For a year this belief led to the virtual extinction of Rennes on the Isle of Man. Flowers were discouraged on board because they were associated with funeral. Wreaths of Dead Man Bellow Pirate. Now here's one about Friday. Friday was the unlucky. Stay to set sail as it was the day Christ was crucified. In the day Eve tempted Adam. Grand a garden of Eden. British navy attempted to eliminate superstition by commissioning the HMS Friday which had its Keel laid on Friday is crew selected on a Friday and the captain's name was Jim Friday. It set sail on a Friday and was never seen again. It was also bad luck to luxur word after you had shoved off to see a fast. Swimming Porpoise was good luck to kill one. Dad Luck repairing flags on the quarter deck was sure. Bring bad luck. You never stepped on the ship with your left foot always with the ride. Seagulls were believed to carry the souls of drown men so it was bad. Luck to shoot and sailors never whistle. They believed that the wind could be summoned by whistling softly. After first sticking a knife in the mask whistling on the deck while the when was already blown was stocked to bring a gale women on. Boorda's ship were considered unlucky. Although a naked woman was thought to calm the see this is why many ships pirate and British ships and some Spanish had figureheads of bare breasted women on the bow follows a lot of movie. Trivia about pirates. The most famous song attributed to pirates was composed by young e allison in eighteen ninety one based on the song and Robert Louis Stevenson treasure island. The song is believed to be based on the legend. That fifteen mutineers were marooned on dead man's chest island in the British Virgin Islands by pirate. Blackbeard I will give you the first and the last of this song fifteen men on a dead man's Yoho bottle of rum drink and the devil had done for the rest. Yoho a bottle of rum. The mate was fixed by the boatswain's pipe the boatswain brain with a Marlins Pike. The cookies throat was marked like it had been gripped by fingers ten. There they lay all could dead. Men like break- day and Boozing Ken. Yoho Ho and a bottle of rum and this is what happened. What they did with those dead men. Continue fifteen minutes dead. Man's chest Yoho a bottle of rum drink and the devil had done for the rest. Yoho in a bottle of rum wrapped them all in a Maine's tight with a twist. Ten turn serve hosters bright now. The last stances of the dead man's chest fifteen men on a dead man's Yoho a bottle of rum drink in the devil had done for the rest. Yoho bottle of rum. We wrap them all in a mainstream tight twice ten terms of a hawsers bite and we heaved dome over and out of sight. Joe Heave Ho and affair. You will sudden plunged in a sudden swell ten thousand steep on the road to Hell. Yoho in a bottle of
"british navy" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
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"british navy" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"All these platforms provided a battleground upon which the preserver and his emulators could indulge in the furious hand to hand combat. S- which were their delight if they could do this. They were probably more than pleased that they had failed to ram their enemy. I doubt if every ship was built with a ram but on the other hand it is certain that some ships were specially built for use as rams and even strengthened by iron plating. So that we see that the armor clad is no new invention in the larger long ships. A fighting gangway ran along behind the shield row connecting the four and after platforms beneath the ladder which was somewhat elevated so that the steersman could look ahead was the sleeping place for the commander of the ship other sleeping accommodation was provided under the foremost platform. Well if it anger those at the crew who are not on March slept under awnings tents set up on framework which could be erected for the purpose in the center of the vessel. The men slept in leather bags which were equally useful either ashore or float to ensure these ancient were vessels were so well and scientifically built so well arranged equipped so well man that we cease to wonder at the long voyages. They were able to perform by taking advantage of the summer months. There is not the slightest doubt that the vikings discovered the continent of America long before Columbus. Did they went by way of Iceland? And so we're able to touch land more than once on their journeys but they got. They're all the same. They established a colony in Greenland about eighty nine. Eighty five from there. They made several expeditions to the southward and discovered a densely wooded country which is supposed to have been some portion of Nova Scotia the climate of Greenland must have been very different from what it is at present for the Viking colony lasted for four hundred years till in the fifteenth century. An enormous mass of ice was swept down by the Arctic current biology itself up along the coast and entirely cut off the settlement which at that time consisted of thirty villages with their churches and monasteries from the rest of the world saw that before long every trace.
"british navy" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"The saxons English do not seem to have taken so enthusiastically to see ask the Norwegians and Danes and except when special efforts to create fighting fleets are made by King Alfred and Edmund Ironside. We're never able to prevent the incursions of their Danish and norse kinsman who in process of time firmly established themselves in the country after the Danes came the Norman Conquest and during all this period there was little if any change in the types of the ships in which the northern nations fared the sees. What are these vessels like? As it happens we really know more about them than we do of any between their time and the days of Henry the eighth for not only have we very definite details of them and their gear in the long Sagas or historical and traditional poems. Which have come down to us. Sculptured pictures of them in stone engravings on rocks and upon arms and ornaments but more than one of the actual. Viking vessels has been dug out of the big burial mounds where they have been hidden.
"british navy" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"These were the men who defended the shores of our island against the growing number of pirates from northern Europe for the rowers of the Roman galleys or merely the machinery of propulsion and were probably much less considered than the steam. Engines of a modern battleship. These troops also Manta part of the wall built from the North Sea to the solway in the vein attempt to keep out the picks and Scots for traces of them are to be founded bonus at its western end. The North Sea pirates then generally referred to as Saxons became such menace that the east coast receive the name of the Saxon. Shore and account was specially appointed to take charge of its defense in a d four ten. The Romans attacked by the northern nations in their own country finally abandoned Britain. The British who had been practically a subject race for nearly four hundred years could make no head against the fierce picks and Scots go at once took advantage of the withdrawal of the Roman garrison hence armed into the north of England in desperation that British king forty gun offered to the assistance of two Jutish or Saxon pirates. Angriest and HORSA. Oh we're doing little rating on their own account on the southern coast. They drove off the northern invaders in accordance with the bargain that was struck but returning home for more of their Danish and Saxon fellow countrymen.
"british navy" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"One of them founded. The bed of the rother in eighteen. Twenty two was sixty feet. In length and five feet wide others have been found in Lincolnshire Scotland and suspects though. None of them was nearly as long as the Roth our boat. We must remember too that the Venetians had traded to Cornwall for Tin. Probably for centuries and the Britons must have been familiar with their comparatively advanced types of shipbuilding but many writers on naval matters are of the opinion that are British ancestors whose coracles are described by. Caesar had even at that time. Really Stout and formidable ships. The reason is this the for Nettie a race who inhabited western Britain name and the country at the mouth of the law river or a kindred race and when attacked by Caesar received assistance approach Britain now the strength of the Bonetti seems to have been in their ships which gave the Roman galleys considerable trebol and it seems more than likely that the British assistance they received came in the form of a squadron similar vessels according to Caesar the ships of the Nettie were built and fitted out in this manner. Their bottoms were somewhat flatter than ours. The better to adapt them to the shallows and to sustain without danger. The ebbing tide. They're proud were very high. And erect has likewise their sterns to bear the hugeness of the waves and the violence of the tempests. The hall of the vessel was entirely of Oak to stand the shocks and assaults of that stormy.
Random Facts That Will Blow Your Mind
"My Name's Moxy. And this is your brain on facts in the first version of Toy Story. Woody wasn't a toy cowboy. He was ventriloquist's dummy and he was a creepy sadist. Who at one point pushes buzz? Light year out a window. The standard-issue female CPR training dummy sometimes called recession. Got Her face from the death mask of a young woman who drown in the Seine in Paris. The death mask was made so that her family could hopefully identify her later but local artists began buying copies to act as inspiration. An expert sword fighter once stole a corpse that they plan to leave in the bed of their lover when they sprung her from a convent which they would burn down behind them. The swashbuckler is name. Julie WTI age nineteen fellow brainiacs. I'm Dan Pugh and I'm Shana. Harrison Rob Peter to pay. Paul means to take from one person in order to pay another. But did you know in the eighteen? Hundreds there was a slang term based on this phrase instead of Rob Peter to pay Paul One might say to maneuver the apostles if you like whimsical adventures check us out on bunny trails. A word hits three podcast every Wednesday wherever you listen the movie. Heaven's gate put United Artists Studios out of business. After the directors demands tripled the budget antique trains that required a different gauge of track to be laid. Two hundred and fifty extras taught to Ice Skate. With old timey skates and twelve hundred extras. Who had to be taught to ride horses? Use whips and drive wagons by day. Six of filming. They were already five days behind schedule. The best selling video game hero. Mario was originally called jump. Man The name. Mario came from the landlord of Nintendo's warehouse. The British navy still had daily rations of rum for sailors until July. Thirty First Nineteen Seventy speaking of the seventies the US Navy issued their sailors bell-bottoms until nineteen. Ninety nine my husband still has his complete with his last name. Stenciled on the back. Hey Everyone Christine Castle beauty here from footnoting history with fashion fast fact to celebrate the one hundredth episode of your brain on facts. When John Quincy Adams was inaugurated as President of the United States on March fourth? Eighteen twenty five. He set a fashion precedent. You see Adams was the first president to wear long trousers to his inauguration instead of the traditional knee breeches. Now you know. The man who created flaming hot cheetos was a custodian. Frito lay at the time. He took some unflavored cheetos home and added a Lotta Street corn seasoning. He's now an executive at PepsiCo. There are more plastic. Flamingos in the world. Than REAL FLAMINGOS. There are more tigers in captivity in the US than there are wild in the rest of the world and they're also more juggle OHS fans of the insane clown posse than there are polar bears. Now it'd be a good time to mention that I am not liable for your therapy bills. The precursors to rollercoasters. We're called Russian mountains. They were sled rides down an icy track. Sometimes two hundred feet or sixty two meters tall there were of course no safety features
"british navy" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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New video from Iran shows Guard warning away UK warship
"As a new fox poll shows that sixty percent of those surveyed feel a run is a national security threat to the US fox's Alison barber report new video released Monday by the Iranian revolutionary guard voices are heard warning the British naval warship in my all bring Lee a radio conversation between revolutionary guard forces and a British naval warship which was in the street of or moose escorting a British flag oil tanker the tanker and its crew are still in Iranian custody the revolutionary guard sees the British tanker on July nineteenth presumably in retaliation for the British navies role in the seizure of Iranian tanker off the coast of Gibraltar twenty four hours before the revolutionary guard released its video the U. S. an Israeli missile agencies released a video showing an Errol three weapons systems successfully intercepting ballistic targets outside the
Persian Gulf, CNN And UK discussed on Red Eye Radio
"The British heritage tanker was sailing out of the Persian Gulf and was crossing the strait of Hormuz area when it was approached by boats from the Iranian Islamic revolutionary guard corps Iranians order the tanker to change course and stop in nearby Iranian territorial waters according to the officials a US aircraft was over had a recorded video of the incident a British ministry of defense source told CNN that it appeared that the Iranian vessels were trying to divert their heritage from international to our rainy and waters before the British navy ship the HMS Montrose got between them and issued a verbal warning to withdraw U. S. officials said the five Iranian ships approached the United Kingdom vessels however British officials said that three Iranian vessels were involved in the incident the UK's Royal Navy forget the HMS Montrose had been escorting the tanker from the rear its trained its gun decks on the Iranians and gave them a verbal warning to back away which they did according to the U. K. source Montrose is equipped on deck with thirty millimeter guns specifically designed to drive off small boats U. K. officials had previously confirmed that the Montrose was in the region performing a maritime security role in the statement U. K.'s ministry of defense so the contrary to international law three Iranian vessels attempted to impede the passage of a commercial vessel the British heritage through the strait of or
U.K. Offers to Return Seized Iranian Oil Tanker
"News Ron is demanding the British navy release an oil tanker sees last week off Gibraltar using London playing a dangerous game these are your world headlines from ABC news the Iranian foreign minister translator the European Union sanctions are meant to stop Europe from buying serious oil down notes about another country selling oil to Syria that full this is a very childish and ridiculous excuse by the British tankers interception on July fourth is still already high tensions in the
"british navy" Discussed on KCRW
"Listening to Casey R. W. it's seven thirty five it's morning edition from NPR news I know well king in el Paso Texas and I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC the British navy says it stopped a Ronnie and paramilitary vessels from blocking a British commercial ship in the strait of four moves so how does this fit into the already tense situation between Iran and other world powers especially the U. S. and the remaining signatories of the Iran nuclear deal for more we are joined by Washington post reporter Erin Cunningham who's on the line from two by Aaron thanks for being here what else do we know about the details of this particular incident involving the British navy well we know that it happened yesterday when the British heritage the commercial vessel was traveling from the Persian Gulf through the strait of harmless now it appears that it was confronted the ship was confronted by Iranian military vessels right at the entrance of the street but it was being escorted by the British navy and they were able to give a verbal warning to the Iranian boats and eventually they turned away and it was able to travel through the strait safely we we've seen a run do this before if they are indeed responsible for this it for this event what are the motivations what is Iran's play with these approaches to these commercial ships so I think that Ron is responding from responding to pressure from the US and other world powers distinction and it's what it's doing is it's escalating on two fronts so it's responding to sanctions from the United States and pressure to stay in the nuclear deal and so what's happening is it's coming out and it's it's these attacks according to U. S. and and you can officials because it once European nations to respond and to give a better terms for the nuclear deal at once the economic benefits that it was promised under the agreement so I mean how does that affect Britain's calculus so the US is out of the deal Britain is still one of the remaining signatories to the deal this is clearly a Ron trying to to pressure Great Britain doesn't change anything for the Brits when it comes to how they think about the nuclear deal and what is clearly a threat from Iran sure I think that it could I think that what we've seen what we've heard from the British government in recent weeks is that they're committed to staying in the nuclear deal but that also they don't want to see the threat from Iran and that they would be ready to respond or be more forceful in other arenas that would put pressure on Iran and stop it from sort of you know carrying out these attacks or or these incidents of harassment so you could see button push for sanctions or other harsher measures measures outside the nuclear agreement that would put pressure on on based on a previous incidents like this house the trump administration likely to respond in coming days well I think they'll do what they've done in the past and that is take the opportunity opportunity to emphasize the point they've been making about Iran's malign behaviour and the activities of the I. R. G. C. and I think that they'll push for more sanctions and know what European nations to be tougher on Iran as well Washington post reporter Erin Cunningham speaking to us from Dubai thinks your time Medicaid provides health care to low income people and California is now set to become the first state to offer it to undocumented immigrants up to the age of twenty six it's part of a bigger plan to eventually get everyone in the state covered California is making the move at a time when the trump administration and some other states are trying to restrict who gets government health benefits semi kale has the story from Sacramento for most of Beatrice buster does life the doctor's office has been a last resort when you get sick of home remedies are all you know your life so it's just basically like us suck it up type of thing she's nineteen years old and moved to California with her family from Mexico when she was a toddler she and her parents aren't citizens so they're excluded from medic hal that's California's version of Medicaid but starting in January California will allow Beatrice and other undocumented people to get medic cow from the age of nineteen until they turn twenty six Beatrice is hoping this new policy will give her access to mental health counseling even though she's applying for citizenship she still pretty stressed out about her legal status the world isn't always so welcoming it it can be really really overwhelming it exhausts you mentally and it's gone was like I have no time to feel feel anything because that there's always something else I got hacked you in California undocumented kids eighteen and under are already eligible for comprehensive medical undocumented adults are only covered if it's for emergency or pregnancy care supporters of the expansion to cover young adults say getting more people coverage will improve public health and cut down on hospital costs but opponents don't wanna spend state dollars on people they consider illegal residents Republican senator Jeff stone spoke against the expansion at a recent hearing we are going to be a magnet that is going to further attract people to the state of California this running from willing to write a blank check to anyone that wants to come here president Donald Trump calls out California on this you look at what they're doing in California how they're treating people they don't treat their people as well as they treat illegal immigrants California governor Gavin Newsom responded by saying the state embraces all of its residents and he says offering coverage to everyone is the eventual goal we believe in universal healthcare universal healthcare is a right we're delivering regardless of immigration status everyone at the age of twenty six and we're gonna get the rest of that done mark my words there were proposals this year to offer insurance to even more people in this state like undocumented seniors but those efforts failed because of the potential cost almost say eat is with the California immigrant policy center she says providing health care is crucial given federal anti immigrant hostility young people feel that too this proposal to expand medic how to undocumented young adults is really a message that institutions are accessible to you regardless of status you belong here and you deserve to thrive when the medical guidelines change in January Beatrice Bastardo plans to sign up she's lived in California almost her whole life it's her home she's going to college near Los Angeles and wants to be an environmental scientist Beatrice says getting insurance will make her feel a little more like a Californian I do belong to regardless of what others say but if it doesn't become permanent until I see that on a piece of paper California expects to enroll one hundred thirty eight thousand undocumented young people next year at a cost of ninety eight million dollars for NPR news I'm semi Kayla in Sacramento that story is part of a reporting partnership between N. P. R. capital public radio and Kaiser health news this is NPR news I'm sherry Glaser with this KCRW news update supporters of religious freedom are speaking out on behalf of those who can't demonstrations were held in fifteen cities across the U. S. yesterday including LA and San Francisco the protests were organized by a group called save the persecuted Christians a grassroots movement to support victims of anti Christian violence the rally in LA to place downtown in front of a law firm that represents five countries the protesters claim allow religious persecution among the speakers.
"british navy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"What else do we know about the details of this particular incident involving the British navy well we know that it happened yesterday when the British heritage the commercial vessel was traveling from the Persian Gulf through the strait of harmless now it appears that it was confronted the ship was confronted by Iranian military vessels right at the entrance of the streets but it was being escorted by the British navy and they were able to give a verbal warning to the Iranian boats and eventually they turned away and it was able to travel through the street safely we we see in a run do this before if they are indeed responsible for this it for this event what are the motivations what is Iran's play with these approaches to these commercial ships so I think that Ron is responding from responding to pressure from the US and other world powers distinction and it's what it's doing is it's escalating on two fronts so it's responding to sanctions from the United States and pressure to stay in the nuclear deal and so what's happening is it's coming out and it's it's these attacks according to US and and U. K. officials because it once European nations to respond and to give a better terms for the nuclear deal at once the economic benefits that it was promised under the agreement so I mean how does that affect Britain's calculus so the US is out of the deal Britain is still one of the remaining signatories to the deal this is clearly a Ron trying to to pressure Great Britain doesn't change anything for the Brits when it comes to how they think about the nuclear deal and what is clearly a threat from Iran sure I think that it could I think that what we've seen what we've heard from the British government in recent weeks is that they're committed to staying in the nuclear deal but that also they don't want to see the threat from Iran and that they would be ready to respond or be more forceful in other arenas that would put pressure on the run and stop it from sort of you know carrying out these attacks or or these incidents of harassment so you could see Britain push for sanctions or other harsher measures measures outside the nuclear agreement that would put pressure on on based on a previous incidents like this how's the trump administration likely to respond in coming days well I think they'll do what they've done in the past and that is take the opportunity opportunity to emphasize the point they've been making about Iran's malign behaviour and the activities of the I. R. G. C. and I think that they'll push for more sanctions and the white European nations to be tougher on Iran as well Washington post reporter Erin Cunningham speaking to us from Dubai thinks your time Medicaid provides health care to low income people and California is now set to become the first state to offer it to undocumented immigrants up to the age of twenty six it's part of a bigger plan to eventually get everyone in the state covered California is making the move at a time when the trump administration and some other states are trying to restrict who gets government health benefits semi kale has the story from Sacramento for most of Beatrice buster does life the doctor's office has been a last resort when you get sick of home remedies are all you know your life so it's just basically like us suck it up type of thing she's nineteen years old and moved to California with her family from Mexico when she was a toddler she and her parents aren't citizens so they're excluded from medic hal that's California's version of Medicaid but starting in January California will allow Beatrice and other undocumented people to get medic cow from the age of nineteen until they turn twenty six Beatrice is hoping this new policy will give her access to mental health counseling even though she's applying for citizenship she still pretty stressed out about her legal status the world isn't always so welcoming it can be really really overwhelming it exhausts you mentally and it's almost like I have no time to feel feel anything because that there's always something else like I have to do in California undocumented kids eighteen and under are already eligible for comprehensive medical undocumented adults are only covered if it's for emergency or pregnancy care supporters of the expansion to cover young adults say getting more people coverage will improve public health and cut down on hospital costs but opponents don't wanna spend state dollars on people they consider illegal residents Republican senator Jeff stone spoke against the expansion at a recent hearing we are going to be a magnet that is going to further attract people to the state of California this running to willing to write a blank check to anyone that wants to come here president Donald Trump calls out California on this you look at what they're doing in California how they're treating people they don't treat their people as well as they treat illegal immigrants California governor Gavin Newsom responded by saying the state embraces all of its residents and he says offering coverage to everyone is the eventual goal we believe in universal healthcare.
Royal Navy fends off Iranian seizure of British oil tanker in Persian Gulf
"The British navy said it prevented three Iranian para military vessels from impeding the passage of a British commercial ship in the strait of four moves early Thursday this a day after Iran's president warned of repercussions for the seizure of its own supertanker Iran's revolutionary guard denied the allegations saying if it received orders to seize any ships it would have done so
"british navy" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Here's how it came about in eighteen sixty five in american ship called errands who e r i n as was intercepted by the british navy on the weed ireland the ship was loaded with soldiers and ammunition down for this plan finian revolts the mission failed andy finian branch in america held an emergency convention in philadelphia a guy named william randall roberts who is a radical firebrand was elected president of the finian's and he said let's invade the british north american colonies of canada and they thought this was maybe not a good idea they thought it was something they could pull off they thought it was possible implausible 'cause even that i mean the canadians probably have the same reputation they have now is being pretty chill agreeable folks i it's interesting because the finian's already had some support politically in the u s in the government didn't really mess with their meetings are gatherings and stuff and canada's borders were virtually unsecured dealing guards they had were citizen volunteers so all these veterans who have military experience an are armed because they were able to get this i did notice after the civil war and they were able to purchase their rifles and ammo at a super deep discount like hey congratulations on surviving this usually cost you know twenty dollars but will give it to you for to just because of like as a as a reward almost with their service congratulations relations you are alive here's a deep discounts for you let's say on better than nothing like i know the next thing you want is another another guy in more stuff to do that's right and more and more people they kill and protect yourself from from being killed by but you know if there's anyone i wanna do that with it would be the canadians but that could be entirely incorrect that reputation could be absolutely m f fabrication and canadians could actually be bloodthirsty killers but we don't really have that a confirmation hearing the story oh well we do know is that v idea for the invasion or the seeds were planted as far back as eighteen sixty five when v finian's in the u s a split up into two factions one was headed by william roberts other by guy named john oh mahoney who is eight member of one of the founding members of liberalism right envy roberts wing is actually the one that suggested doing this invasion of canada and here are some of these supporting details that they put forth as a justification for this plan they pointed to the fact if there were hundreds of thousands of these battle hardened veterans a that could support this invasion and if they did it in time did in the right way it could bring about eight real revolution in ireland if they controlled canada would also force the british government to be engaged in two different wars separated by ocean which logistically is incredibly expensive and eventually they realize that that rebellion they were hoping for the revolution they were hoping for an ireland was not actually going to take place regain the momentum they wanted to gain they kept with the idea invasion but the goal change instead they said let's make sure we engineer a border incident between u s in britain that will force them into eight another war and you know it's it's it's no secret at this point the u s and britain are still very sore at one another a the british empire heavily favored z confederacy during the civil war which is ale a fact that many people aren't aware of a during the war in fact be british government owned most granted diplomatic recognition to the confederacy and this kind of a tense uncool vibe between u s in the brits was probably not gonna leads to another fullscale war but it did mean that the usa government was certainly not gonna go out of its way to assist british forces in canada is a matter of fact we have we we have solid proof the president andrew johnson was aware of the finian's plan for this irish invasion of canada but he really do anything to stop it you is kind of like gene wilder playing willy wonka in a v original ling good adaptation tation charlie and chocolate factory where he says no stop please yeah it's true so let's go a little deeper into what v u s his role in this whole thing was yeah why were they okay with all of this to like you said before i mean andrew johnson was clearly more less okay with letting the finian brother kind of poke britain in i but he actually had some more strategic kind of long term things to gain here a u was really deep in this idea of manifest destiny of expanding their territorial holdings to the west end v government actually participated in this plan rebellion johnson met with some of the leaders of the finian's ends a and helped get them discounts on weapons and they they sold to them and he gave them his backing witty understanding that f b irish did take over canada they would sort of be in league with united states states that would be better than having a territory bordering are country was controlled by the british while we were tasked with at the time were not you know fast friends there's a lot of like simmering resentments held over from obviously the revolutionary war right an end even during the civil war at the time johnson is pressing the british government to pay reparations for different damages incurred during the civil war for what she feels they're responsible and we've still okay back to our two competing finian factions this is the finian faction fact check i got through that all right so the unser thank you sir thank you a suit these two different factions launched two different operations in april of eighteen sixty six over mahoney wing tries to season island near new brunswick but the uss navy oddly enough dispersed system they gathered in maine but they were disbanded under these guys watchful u s troops no one in the federal government was super stoked about raining in these finian's because they thought that they might lose be irish vote which is a huge voting block right so as a result the scenes were able to organize eight much larger campaign leader these other wing the roberts wing launched its attack on canada under the command of a civil war veteran on june the first eighteen sixty six general and you'll let a force of over one thousand men into canadian territory near fort eerie in ontario an initially they had some some pretty good success they won two battles including deep battle of ridgway and they only had about ten people die on their side same number of people dead around the same number dead on the canadian side but what was the what was the battle of ridgway and wife swimming dinner notes here we have it listed as these so called battle of ridgway it's just too small to be a battle or what was it so this conflict has had several names there is that the battle of lime ridge or limestone ridge and of course the battle of ridgway 'em and this began this conflict on the morning of june the second nineteen sixty six is near a village called ridgway and also eight town in canada called fort eerie which is now ontario and there were eight hundred canadian soldiers and they faced off against around the same number a little less actually finian's eight hundred seven fifty eight hundred finian's who had crossed v niagara river from buffalo new york and it's interesting because historically this is a significant thing for canada because it's the first battle of the industrial age that was fought entirely by canadians in lead exclusively by canadian troops could they were typically part of a british offensive right it's a good point this also the last battle fought in ontario against foreign invasion force in in nineteen twenty one it became a national historic site this episode of ridiculous history is brought to you by the vitamin shoppe it's often said every journey needs a compass and that's what the vitamin shoppe is it's.
U.S. officials: Iran likely behind new tanker attacks
"Oil, tankers have been evacuated in the Gulf of Oman, NPR's Jane a raft tells us there are reports the tankers were attacked off a Ron. The US navy said it was assisting two oil, tankers targeted and reported attacks. In the Gulf of Oman. The British navy said there had been an incident. Enter edged extreme caution for traffic in those waters firms that track oil tankers through satellite imagery reported that a tanker that had picked up. Crude oil from the United Arab Emirates was on fire in international waters about twenty five miles off the Iranian coast. One firm said Iranian rescue vehicles were seen near the disabled ship. The US has accused Iran of attacking oil tankers, and may off the coast of the United Arab Emirates Iran denies those charges the U A E in Saudi Arabia, or at the center of a US-backed effort to isolate Iran.
"british navy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Radio. He is calling. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety of Red Eye, so latest, we have two oil tankers damaged in a suspected attack in the Gulf of mon-. Breaking news overnight, that we have been bringing to you, the latest developments on it Brent crude prices, of course, skyrocketing in that part of the world tankers were damaged in a suspected attack according to multiple reports, US, navy's Fifth Fleet told Reuters was assisting tankers in the Gulf of after receiving to distress calls. We know that everybody has been evacuated just one injury there, it was reported that one of the tankers is a drift in and on fire. The other one apparently is not the United Kingdom. Maritime trade operations arm of the British navy had put out an alert earlier and urge extreme caution amid US are Iran tensions. We are told that one report from Reuters. Is that one ship was attacked by torpedo and the other one had a hole above the waterline in it, which might mean a rocket or a missile? Or whatever the incident comes as Iranian media claimed earlier without offering any evidence at two tankers have been targeted in the area. Now about twenty percent of the global oil consumption passes through that area from Middle Eastern producers benchmark crude.
"british navy" Discussed on Escape Official
"Cadet cool. In nineteen sixteen with the first World War underway. Harry joined the British Royal Marines and was commissioned as a second Lieutenant before being deployed as part of a marine detachment aboard. The. Battleship. HMS britannia. Two days before the first World War, ended, the HMS, Britannia was tool paid out and sunk. During the chaos Harry bright, the smoke and flames to return below deck and rescued two injured men. For this act of bravery, he was subsequently awarded the album metal after the end of the war. Harry was promoted to Lieutenant and commanded several marine detachments aboard British navy. Ships. In nineteen twenty four he joined the fleet a as a naval officer before, joining the Twenty-three RAF squadron way. He was eventually promoted to squadron leader in nineteen thirty six. After the outbreak of World War, Two Harry was promised to stop job at RAF Bama headquarters, given his age and experience. However, he requested active duty with an operational squadron and in nineteen thirty nine at the age of forty one he was placed in command, fifty.
"british navy" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Think about yourself caring that much extra weight or something more proportional to the human body around with you just in sheer, you know, essentially, parasite, wait. So this could be like over a hundred cars worth of barnacles. Yeah. That is crazy to think about I mean, look at it this way, a really large vessel may have an acre or more of space for barnacles. If you just imagine it just folded out flat yield of barnacles the unsuccessful sequel field of dreams. Yes. And she in imagine this sort of accumulation can impact the effectiveness of of a vessel. It increases the frictional resistance requiring from. One fifth to one third more fuel to operate and reducing speed by one fourth to one third of its optimal like debar knuckled speed and then on top of this, especially by modern estimates. It can reduce the fuel economy of a vessel by up to forty percent. And this increases co two emissions, right? So they're all these additional effects. It spill off from just having to drag all these extra organisms around with you. Now that you've been describing all this the barnacle base torture method idea starts to make a lot more sense. Oh, you're talking about keel hauling. Yeah. I don't know much about it what? But I know it involves barnacles. So, you know, we I feel like maybe we'd have to hand it off probably to like ridiculous history for them to proper history of -culing because it's one of these things that is that that everyone pretty pretty much agreed with barbaric. But here's the basic idea, you take a pirate or sailor whoever's on board that you're displeased with. When is this something pirates would do? There are accounts of pirates doing it. And there are count there. Also accounts. Of of it happening on naval vessels. But it, you know. It was long seen as just a bar. Barrick thing that that was frowned upon and many different naval traditions or other places considered it a viable punishment. But the ideas that you would you would rope. Somebody up throw them over the front of the vessel. And then they would be dragged banged under the whole. And then come up on the other side, come up in the back of the vessel. And of course, the whole is covered in the yield barnacle. So although the shell scraping into your body lacerating you on top of you, just, you know, slamming into the whole the ship that alone could be enough to kill you. And then of course, the the drowning risk the the cold waters in many cases. So as a pr- pretty grotesque thing to do to somebody. But it certainly becomes more grotesque when you consider acres of barnacles that is awful. Now, we mentioned earlier ancient sailors, dealing with the problem of barnacles and coming up with solutions one particularly effective solution. Was copper. Oh, copper. I mean coppers metal. We had access to for a long time. Even before we had bronze. We had copper. Yeah. So you saw the the ancient Greeks and the Romans, for instance, using copper nails on the whole of their vessels later in the eighteenth century, the British navy sheaf, it's wooden holes and copper. In part to deal with the barnacles, but also to dealership worms, which will we'll touch on later. They probably wondering why copper? Why does copper you know, because just is not that it's a metal alone because we have steel hulls. It's still become covered with barnacles. Well, the reason is because in the water a toxic film forms on copper that repels barnacle larvae. And this is even been cited as a potential factor in the the superiority of the British navy at the time, they had the the copper-plated holes. And so the the ships would just that much more efficient than all the competing vessels. Because they they they had a just far fewer literal hangers on on the hulls. Now, do you know if they were coated in copper specifically for this reason intentionally or was that just a happy accident? Now, it was it was to deal with barnacles and ship-worm. Okay. Yeah. But of course, the age of the wooden warship came to an end in favor of steel, and in this you end up losing your copper advantage. Now, you can use copper lace. Paints, but these particles Leach out and in doing so the end up hurting vulnerable organisms that aren't attaching to your whole like salmon and always tres, meanwhile, depleting the pain of its protective power. So you end up having to deal with the barnacles again..
Largest ship ever built for British Navy visits New York
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Zimbabwe officials wait to release vote results
"Syria. Through Turkey For evidence to lead, the suspect and he Activities all of that and more coming up after. The knees Hello I'm Julie. Cantor with the BBC news Malaysia civil aviation chief has resigned following, the release of an official report. On the missing Malaysian Airlines m h three seventy passenger plane the aircraft disappeared almost without a trace for years ago with two hundred and, thirty nine people on, board Celia Hatton, reports. In a statement Malaysia civil aviation authority chairman as Herodotus Abdul Rahman said the long awaited report into m h three seventy s disappearance had highlighted. Failures by air traffic control to comply with standard operating procedures there was no record that air traffic controllers. Had alerted the authorities or had continuously monitored the plane's disappearance. The report which was released on Monday, said there was evidence the plane had been. Manipulated off course but it, was still unclear who was responsible the election authorities in Zimbabwe say they're confident there was, no rigging serious cheating in Monday's presidential and parliamentary polls First results are expected, shortly ruling Zanu, PF candidate president. Emmerson Mnangagwa and the MDC opposition leader Nelson Chamisa have both said, they're confident of victory from Harare. His name Saco it is an offence in this country to announce results before they are actually announced by the electoral commission so there is, a lot of anticipation, in the next, few. Hours there could be results that will be announced but those results possibly Harlem mentally results and we are told that vote counting has almost been. Completed across the country but what is happening at this stage is that the electoral commission is very fine. Those results before even making an official announcement it's emerged that. The man who carried out a suicide, bombing at an Ariana GRANDE concert Manchester arena. Last year was rescued from, the civil war in Libya by British navy ship three years earlier Solomon Abadie kill Twenty two people including seven children. Caroline Davis reports Salman Abidi is thought to have been on holiday in Libya in August two thousand fourteen when the security situation in the country deteriorated he and his younger brother. Has seem were among more than one hundred British citizens taken on the ship they sailed from Tripoli to. Malta on HMS enterprise before they were flown home Abadie was being. Monitored by security services when he travelled to, Libya but his case was closed a. Month before he was rescued an Arab Israeli poet has been sentenced to five. Months in jail for inciting violence and supporting a terrorist organization in social media posts. The case of Doreen tattoo who was arrested. Three years ago and convicted in may has been taken up by free speech advocates in, Israel during her lengthy trial Doreen detour setup Howie must misunderstood and did not call, violence well news from, the BBC this This is WNYC in New York I'm Richard Hake governor Cuomo was ordering. A state regulators to deny insurance, rate hikes attributed to the president's attempts to weaken the Affordable Care Act governor Cuomo says insurers have asked for an average of a twenty four percent rate increase in response to the repeal of the individual mandate Cuomo says he would direct the state's department. Of financial services to reject any increases motivated by White House continued efforts to. Undermine the healthcare law insurance premiums must be based on actual cost. And not political manipulation insurers asking for the increase say that. With fewer healthy people in the pool their costs will go up the attorneys general of New York New jersey are joining with other states six others to file suit against the Trump administration over its decision to allow a company to publish downloadable blue prints for three d. printed guns WNYC's Yasmeen Khan reports the, lawsuit comes just ahead of an August first release date for the manufacturing. Plans The files will be made available online from Texas based group called defense distributed after years of litigation and a June settlement with the Trump administration New York and New Jersey state officials are protesting the, so-called ghost guns because they can't be traced and could allow people who want them to evade background checks officials, say the availability of, these weapons also circumvents existing state gun control laws, children under the age of to make, up more than a. Quarter of kids in foster care in, New Jersey advocates for children of New Jersey executive director Cecilia Zelkin says the data around abuse victims is stark but not surprising you can explain. It because there's certainly. More vulnerable but to me it raises questions about what are the policies in place To. Look at young children's needs differently it's the group's first report focusing, on data for. Children up to the age of three looking at. Health indicators for, the state's youngest residents mostly cloudy today this is WNYC Hello and welcome. To news after the BBC World Service we are coming to.