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"clare byrne" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"clare byrne" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Off the vine great therapy. Them Breath. Joe's going to answer your questions. Drink to your concessions and. You have to say about anything bachelor. Let's shake it up some more years Caitlin sitting down with someone who took her experience, being heartbroken and turned it into a pretty bad ass career. She's now heartbreak coach who regularly helps people get over the one who broke their heart whether that's through podcast how to stop wanting him back? Her Healing heartbreak program that provides one on one guidance and her articles featured in publications such as Corny Kardashians. Pooch so it. I like that she's here with me today to share her heartbreak story and to help you move on. Please welcome to the PODCAST. My Guest Clare Byrne thank you so much renewed. From you so much for having me I'm so excited. So you are from New York. Yes, and then you move to La. Yes, did you move to L. A. for work stuff? Yeah! I was the cliche example of actress Yogi, yeah and Really went through my rock bottom heartbreak while being in new. York I lived in La Yeah for a year prior to that? And so then I really hadn't given la the proper shot so came back to new. York really hit my rock bottom my rock bottom relationship and we gotta get Outta here. Yeah, went to L. A. Still Continue Acting Teaching Yoga, and then as deepened my own journey on healing, my heart I became inspired to do this. Wow, that's so cool, my favorite. Favorite thing in life is when people go through something hard, and then they're like you know what we're GonNa make a career out of this or when people just make a career out of things that they love in life and like helping others. Hey, let's start a podcast. Let's love me. I was like I'm GonNa make a career out of drinking wine. Sitting in my sweats, talking and maybe throw in some crunchies. It's just A. It's it's about your vision and what you want to make it happen so good for you. Thank you made it out of coming from rock bottom. So can we talk a little bit about that? And what happened? Yes, so how long ago was this? Is this the the rock bottom? Relationship was eight years ago thirty eight. Now be thirty, nine. Nice and. Really, though throughout my twenties right like he was the rock bottom, but I was doing things and getting involved with people were pretty shitty hands, and that was really like the. Up Call Okay. So again as I said I'm an actor was an actor I. Guess you're always an actor but i. just don't pursue. Right told..

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"clare byrne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"clare byrne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"History. It is not entirely clear, how Bobby Byrne was notified of what was happening different. Members of the volunteer team that went to rescue him gave different accounts, but the plan was that there would be a signal whistle blown after a number of the group had made their way to the areas near burns bid again, all pretending that they were checking in on other patients, and once that whistle blew the plan would jump into action stack and his men had planned and prepared. But even so when he blew the whistle the hospital, just really erupted, and see what pandemonium for one thing they were bystanders, who were actual visitors to the patients in the ward, and they all started running, when they heard this whistle for another thing, the guards on either side of burns bed were armed, and they had their weapons. Drawn stack later said that one of the constables named spleen turned and shot burn, as he lay in bed, and that stack fired Ed spelane in response stack also fatally shot and other. Constable Martin O'Brien as the policeman, drew his weapon, while the volunteers were carrying burn out of the hospital. A prison warden named John Mahoney who was also assigned to the hospital told that story differently, he said that, while the constables did have their guns drawn. Neither of them fired in his version the two policemen grappled with the crowd that rushed at them as burn got out of bed Mahoney was trampled, and he lost consciousness, so his account kind of drops off their he came to long enough to once again, make a lunge and try to capture burn he had not left the hospital yet, but he then received a blow to the head that left him dazed. And by the time he regained his senses from that burn was going burns supporters were able to get him out of the prison. But the funeral carriage was gone. Instead, they commandeered a small, carriage being driven by a local name, John Ryan, you took burn his rescuers to his home in county, Clare Byrne died from the gunshot, that night, the bullet that killed him may have actually been from one of his. Rescuers guns the story about that has shifted over the years. But at the time it was believed that he was shot and killed by police. So the public was outraged on April ninth three days after Byrne's death the protests in the city led to the declaration of martial law in Limerick. The city was barricaded with checkpoints that required a special permit from the military to pass through and to get a permit each person had to report to a military office at seventy eight O'Connell street and have their address job and personal appearance recorded the whole city was cordoned, excluding, the area, north of the river, Shannon, and that created a unique problem. Many of the city's laborers worked in the thumb and gate area north of the river and two major factories, which are walkers distillery in the Cleves dairy were also north this barricade that meant more than five thousand workers from both sides of the river. We're going to have to get military issued passes just to get to their job. Cbs and in some cases, they were going to have to pass through checkpoints like four times a day. The day after the declaration of martial law on April tenth Robert burn was leaked to rest and his funeral took place, as Saint John's cathedral, and he was buried in mount Saint Lawrence cemetery. The entire city shut down and thousands of people came out into the streets to pay their respects to burn the Limerick trades and labor council, led by president, John Cronin, and with delegates from the city's trade unions, met on Sunday. April thirteenth to discuss the problem. This meeting went on for twelve hours and the end result was a plan for a strike. The strike committee issued the following statement, quote the workers of Limerick assembled in council hereby, declare cessation of all work from five AM on Monday, April fourteenth nineteen nineteen as a protest against the decision of the British government in compelling them to procure permits, in order to earn their daily bread by order of the strike committee mechanics institute. An estimated fifteen thousand workers participated in this strike. You'll also see that number listed as fourteen thousand or somewhere in between. And at this point, the population of Limerick was around thirty eight thousand so that was a very significant number essentially the entire city went on strike, even the pubs closed down in initially, some work, for example, in dairy, and bacon factories, was allowed to continue but only for the first day of the strike. And that was so that the existing supplies there, didn't simply spoil, and go to waste, or I would presume stink up the entire town. The trade councils strike plan was detailed and carefully thought out committees were established to ensure that Limerick had some kind of infrastructure during the strike, and 'isolation within the barricades. There were people managing food distribution and other daily needs food depots were set up with fixed price groceries, profiteering during the strike was strictly outlawed and to ensure that. No one tried to Jack up prices to take advantage of this situation. Agreed upon prices for all goods were posted on flyers around the town so that the population was kept informed about what they should be paying for any given staple item of groceries and additionally the council, which convened every morning made allowances for people to work in bakeries and for stores to open for limited afternoon. Hours to sell assesses, all in the interest of keeping the city going without regular supplies coming in. They also made deals with local farmers to provide produce directly to the city in circumvent the usual distribution channels volunteers did smuggle in supplies from the countryside. And in some cases, they faked funeral processions with food and other supplies being carried in the coffins instead of bodies, but these weren't regular or dependable and the trades council was not involved in them. A police force was set up by the trades council, as well as a finances subcommittee and. It was decided in the second week of the strike that Limerick would print its own money. So under the leadership of trade council treasurer James Casey currency was printed in one five and ten shilling denominations, and Casey signed each note, the Trade Union Congress had sent their treasurer who said that the t you see back to Limerick currency. So basically, they were going to make good on payments on all of these notes in this way. Strikers could be issued currency and shopkeepers of businesses approved to open agreed to accept that currency businesses that were permitted to open did so with sign that stated that they were operating under the approval of the strike committee vehicles were not allowed to drive on the roads. Without a permit from the council. There was also a regular daily paper that was runs. Keep everyone informed about the strike and the labor council's doing which was called the workers bulletin and coming up, we're going to talk about how this strike a became international news. But before that we're going to take a little break and here from one of the sponsors. Keeps stuff you missed in history class going. This episode is brought to you by Godzilla, only one can be king long live the king Godzilla king of the monsters is the next chapter in Warner Brothers, and legendary pictures, cinematic. Monster vers in this epoch new story. 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