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Consumers Aren't Worried About Inflation Yet

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:32 min | 3 months ago

Consumers Aren't Worried About Inflation Yet

"Has been tough. We know to have heard. Oh so very much about inflation. These past couple of months here there and everywhere. The economic news is about prices going up. What j. powell has to say about it. And whether it's gonna last or be to vote or lustrous fed chair transitory much though in all of this you and what you're thinking about and expecting since inflation expectations are a big part of whether inflation actually shows up. Here's marketplace's mitchell hartman to get us going. Go to the gas station. The price at the pump is more than fifty percent higher than last spring. Used cars up three percent major appliances up twelve percent of claudius som- who spent a decade as an economist at the fed says price spike. So far are mostly concentrated in things like vehicles and appliances and travel tied to the reopening of the economy and frankly over decades. We have seen a very moderate pace of inflation and the federal reserve is convinced that it is going to come back down. And that's what most consumers think too. According to a new survey data for morning console says economist. John lear consumers believe the prices of certain goods and pandemic hit sectors are likely to more rapidly than other goods so right now consumers expect trips and vacations and cars and home repairs to go way up in price but not items like furniture or groceries or rent.

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"claudius" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:59 min | 8 months ago

"claudius" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The violence. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Tanya, mostly also Sam Sanders on what that riot says about us and this country's ongoing battle over race. And how does a company survive being singled out as a villain by the president of the United States? We talk with the head of Dominion voting systems there now suing a Trump lawyer for more than a billion dollars. It's Tuesday, January 12th actress s array turns 36 news is next. Live from NPR News on Korver Coleman. The House will take up legislation today, calling on vice president Pence to invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports the legislation would create a panel to evaluate Trump's fitness for office. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in incoming majority leader Chuck Schumer have repeatedly called for pence to invoke the 25th amendment. But with Pence not responding to their requests. Democrats will take up a resolution calling for Trump's removal. House Democrats are expected to debate the legislation sponsored by Maryland. Jamie Raskin, and they believe they have the votes to pass it. However, they likely won't see the legislation taken up in the Senate anytime soon. The upper chamber isn't slated to convene until the day before President elect Joe Biden takes office. However, House Democrats say regardless, they'll take up a second impeachment of President Trump. The following day. Claudius Ellis NPR News Washington, The acting secretary of Homeland Security, has resigned. Chad Wolf did not cite the riot at the capital. He blamed quote meritless court rulings that questioned whether he was placed in the acting job properly. Head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Pete Gaynor will take over for him. More than 376,000. People have died in the U. S of poking 19. That's according to Johns Hopkins University, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has widened the list of eligible people who can get a covert vaccine in his state. It now includes teachers and anybody older than 75 from member station W. N. Y C. Fred Mogul reports. Driven widespread reports of computer glitches and long phone wait times to reserve a vaccination slot. Christmas Aurora High School teacher proven our from Great Neck, Long Island to a hospital Manhattan because she couldn't find anything closer. I think once you could get an appointment, it's wonderful, but to get disappointment, it was a nightmare. All molest mates. It will take about three months for everyone in the newly expanded group to be inoculated. Since the vaccines released hospitals and other institutions have administered only about half the dose is they've received because their employees are either refusing to be vaccinated or taking a wait and see approach. For NPR News. I'm Fred Mogul in New York. United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres says he is running for a second five year term. Linda Facil Oh tells us that the presidents of the U. N. Security Council and General Assembly are expected to meet today to discuss the election process. The U. N secretary general is elected by the 193 member General Assembly on the recommendation of the Security Council. Thus, any of the five permanent council members convene toe a candidate. However you an official suggests that current U N chief Antonio could cherish is not opposed by any of the five. It's not clear. Who else will be running for the post Linda Facil. Oh, reporting. This is NPR. Uganda holds national elections on Thursday ahead of the vote. Opposition candidates say they're being attacked and harassed by security forces. Presidential opposition candidate Bobby Wine says his house has been raided and his driver killed. He says the Ugandan government is trying to intimidate voters. The Treasury Department is repeating a mistake it made during the first round of stimulus payments as it sends out a second round. Some checks are once again incorrectly going to non citizens living overseas who are not eligible for the money. NPR's Sasha Pfeiffer has more The tax preparation firm. Sprint tax has more than 100, non American clients who notified the iris they mistakenly received a stimulus payment last spring. Yet recently received another check even after having returned the first one. Spring tax vice president ended, Kelleher said. One of his clients is a woman from India who sent her first check back to the Iris. Last summer. It took another two or three months before the check was actually deducted from her bank account. But yet two months later, she received the second stimulus. Jack Kelleher said many non citizens worry keeping the money will jeopardize their visa or immigration status. So are again scrambling to return their checks to the U. S. Government. Sasha favor NPR News. The University of Alabama has won the college football championship, defeating Ohio State last night. 52 to 24. Alabama coach Nick Saving has now won a record seventh national championship. Korova Coleman NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Cyber Reason, a cyber security company dedicated to helping companies and cyber attacks on computers, mobile devices, servers and the cloud. Details. It's cyber reason dot com and Americans for the Arts. Another great hour of morning edition just ahead, coming up the latest on the investigation into last Wednesday's Capitol attack in this half hour days before President elect Biden takes office. North Korea is threatening to build up its nuclear arsenal to deal with any threats by the United States. Also ahead. Noel King of NPR will speak with the CEO of Dominion voting Systems. Which found itself at the center.

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"claudius" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"claudius" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Body was no longer writhing in pain. He seemed to stop sweating. The PRAETORIAN guard was relieved. The doctor had saved their. Emperor. At this point, xenophon told the soldiers that they could leave the emperor to rest. No, one would bother him now little did the guards realize the emperor's apparent tranquillity was not the result of a miracle cure xenophon feather was actually dipped in atro- Bub Bella Donna. As deadly nightshade, he applied a heavy dose of the poison to Claudius his larynx and throat where it entered the bloodstream. Instantly, the emperor was now breathing shallowly within an hour he was dead. When. The Sun rose in the morning I'll gruppen went into see her husband there in his bed. She found him cold and unresponsive. She screamed for the servants to fetch the doctor. Once again, this time when xenophon arrived, he confirmed that the emperor was indeed dead. As the servants looked on xenophon admitted that perhaps the emperor hadn't regurgitated enough of the poison he had tried his best but there was nothing that they could have done. He tried to comfort agree Pena who was now a widow? Pena. Didn't tell the Senate of Claudius is death for a few days according to her astrologer. She had to wait for the correct stars to align. She wanted an auspicious moment to break the news to them. But more importantly to announce that her son Nero would ascend the throne. In the days that followed, they were elaborate funeral rites held for Claudius, his body was cremated and the ashes were interred in the mausoleum of Emperor. Augustus. Ironically seventeen-year-old Niro delivered the eulogy for his slain stepfather. Many Romans had the hide their laughter during the speech. They knew the boy had the most to gain from. Claudius as death and everyone suspected Niro's mother had poisoned hair. Unfortunately, there wasn't much that could be done. Now the empire needed a ruler. So the Senate conferred the title.

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Virginia Tech renames dorms honoring men with white supremacist ties

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia Tech renames dorms honoring men with white supremacist ties

"Tech is renaming two buildings following student calls for the change. A A yearbook yearbook link link former former longtime longtime faculty faculty member member Claudius Claudius leader leader the the cake cake and and for for former former president president Paul Paul Barringer. Barringer. He He openly openly supported supported pro pro slavery slavery positions positions in in the the early early 19 19 hundreds. hundreds. Now, Now, the the executive executive committee of the VT. Board of Visitors has voted to remove the men's names from residence halls. School's current president, Tim San, says the names were inconsistent with rich heritage and increasingly diverse community at the school. The buildings will instead be named after William and Janey Hoga black couple who has the first African American students who are not allowed to live on school grounds, and also after James Leslie Whitehurst junior Was the first black student toe live on campus. Mike Murillo w. T. O P News, one of the

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Pelosi, Mnuchin talk but make no progress on ending stalemate

All Things Considered

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Pelosi, Mnuchin talk but make no progress on ending stalemate

"But concede that bipartisan talks for a new wave of pandemic relief aid has stalled. NPR's Claudia View Solace reports. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer say they turned down an offer from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to meet again. Pelosi and Schumer said they'll meet with White House officials when they budge on spending. Democrats offered to meet Republicans in the middle of both of their competing offers for a plan in the $2 trillion range. But the White House has refused. Here's Pelosi on MSNBC cominat chair say to me, Why can't you resolve your differences? Because we're miles apart, the top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell said. It's Democrats that need to budge. All of our stage need results. The Republicans will play until we actually get on outcome, but with little progress, it's possible the stalemate could continue through the month of August. Claudius SOLACE. NPR NEWS Washington Stocks closed higher today

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"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

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"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"When at the request of his friends he had taken off a mark of infamy which he had set upon one night's name he said let the blot however remain. He not only struck out of the list of judges but my quest deprived of the freedom of Rome and unless driest man of the highest provincial rank in Greece only because he was ignorant of the Latin language nor in this review. Did he suffer anyone to give an account of his conduct by an advocate but obliged each man to speak for himself in the best way he could? He disgraced many and some that little expected and far reason entirely new namely for going out of Italy without his license and one likewise for having in his province in the familiar companion of King observing that in former times eareas posthumous had been prosecuted for treason although he only went after Ptolemy to Alexandria for the purpose of securing payment of a debt having tried to brand with disgrace several others he to his own greeter shame found them generally innocent through the negligence of the persons employed to acquire into their characters those whom he charged with living in celibacy with want of children or estate proving themselves to be husband's parents and in affluent circumstances one of the Knights who was charged with stabbing himself laid his bosom bear to show that there was not the least mark violence upon his body the following incidents or remarkable in his censorship he ordered a car plated with silver and a very sumptuous work when champ which was exposed for sale in the social area to be purchased and broken in pieces before his eyes he published twenty proclamations in one day in one of which he advised the people. Since the vintage was very plentiful to have their casks well secured the Bung with pitch and in another. He told them that nothing would sooner. Cure the bite of a viper. Then the Saab of the tree he undertook only one expedition and that was of short duration the triumphal ornaments decreed him by the Senate. He considered as beneath the imperial dignity and was therefore resolved to have the honor of a real triumph for this purpose. He selected Britain which had never been attempted by anyone since Julius sees her and was then chafing with a rage because the Romans would not give up some deserters accordingly he set sail from Austria but was twice very near being wrecked by the boisterous wind concert upon the coast of Nigeria and near the islands called. Still Kadi's having marched by land from Marseille. To get Serena come he thence passed over to Britain and part of the island submitting to him within a few days after his arrival without battle or bloodshed. He returned to Rome in less than six months from the time of his departure and triumphed in the most solemn manner. To witness wedge. He not only gave leave to governors of provinces to come to Rome but even to some of the exiles among the spoils taken from the enemy he fixed upon the pennant of his house in the palladium a naval crown in token of his having passed and as it were conquered the ocean and had it suspended near the civic crown. Which was there before Miss Elina? His wife followed his chariot in a covered litter. Those who had attained the honor of triumphal ornaments in the same war road behind the rest followed on foot wearing the robe with the broad stripes. Crass his rookie was mounted upon a horse richly caparisoned in her robe embroidered with palm leaves. Because this was the second time of his obtaining.

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"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Another who was summoned before him because of his own but alleged affair did not properly come under the emperors cognizance but that of the ordinary charges. He ordered to plead the cause himself immediately before him and show and in case of his own how equitable judge he would prove in that of other persons. I'm woman refusing to acknowledge her own son and there being no clear proof on either side he obliged her to confess the truth by ordering her to marry the young man. He was much inclined to determine the causes in favor of the parties who appeared against those who did not without enquiring whether their absence was occasioned by their own fault or by rail necessity on proclamation of Man's being convicted of forgery and that he ought to have his hand cut off. He insisted that an executioner should be immediately sent a for with a Spanish sword and block a person being prosecuted for falsely assuming the freedom of Rome and a frivolous dispute arising between the advocates in the cause whether he ought to make appearance in the Roman or Grecian dress to show his impartiality. He commanded him to change his clothes several times. According to the character he assumed in the accusation or defense an anecdote is related of him and believed to be true that in a particular 'cause he delivered his sentence in writing thus quote. I am in favor of those who have spoken the truth and quote by this he so much forfeited the good opinion of the world that he was everywhere and openly despised a person making an excuse for the non appearance of a witness who had sent for from the provinces declared it was impossible for him to appear concealing the reason for some time at nast after several interrogatory were put to him on the subject he answered the man is dead to which Claudius replied. I think that is a sufficient. Excuse I have likewise heard. Some old men say that the advocates use to abuse his patience so grossly that they would not on the call him back as he was quitting the tribunal but would seize him by the lap of his coat and sometimes catch him by the heels to make him stay that such behaviour however strange is not incredible will appear from this anecdote. Some obscure Greek. Who was a la- tint had an altercation with him in which he called out you are an old fool. It is certain that are Rome night. Who was prosecuted by an impotent? Divisive his enemies on a false charge of abominable obscenity with women observing that Commons trumpets were summoned against him and allowed to give evidence uprated. Claudius in very harsh and severe terms with his folly and cruelty and through his delay and some books which he had in his hands in his face with such violence as to wound him severely in the cheek he likewise assume the censorship which had been discontinued since the time the powerless and punk s and jointly held it. But this also he administered of Harry unequally and with a strange heredity of humor and conduct in his review of the nights he passed over her without any markup disgrace profligate young man only because his father spoke of him in the highest terms for said He. His father is his proper sensor another who was infamous for the botching us and for adultery. He only admonished to indulge his youthful inclinations more sparingly or at least more cautiously.

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"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Accordingly he passed an act of Perpetual Oblivion and pardon for everything said or done during that time and this he faithfully observed with the exception only of putting to death a few tribunes and centurions concerned in the conspiracy against guerrillas both as an example and because he understood that they had also planned his own death he now turned his thoughts towards paying respect to the memory of his relations his most solemn unusual oath was by a Gustis he prevailed upon the Senate decreed divine honours to his grandmother. Livia with a chariot in the Circassian procession drawn by elephants as had been appointed for Augusta's and public offerings to the shades of his parents besides which he instituted Circassian Games for his father to be celebrated every year upon his birthday and for his mother a chariot to be drawn through the circus the title of Augusta which had been refused by his grandmother to the memory of his brother to which upon all occasions. He showed a great regard. He gave a Greek comedy to be exhibited in the public diversions at Naples and awarded the crown for it according to the sentence of the judges in that solemnity nor did he admit to make honorable and grateful mention of Mark Antony to clearing by a proclamation that he the more earnestly insisted upon the observation of his father drew's his birthday because it was likewise that of his grandfather antony he completed the Marble Arch near puppies theater which had formerly been decreed by the Senate in honor of Tiberius but which had been neglected and though he cancelled all the acts of Guayas yet he forbade the day of his assassination notwithstanding it was that of his own accession to the Empire to be reckoned amongst the festivals but with regard to his own aggrandizement he was sparing and modest declining title of Emperor and refusing all excessive honors. He's celebrated the marriage of his daughter and the birthday of grandson with great privacy at home he recalled none of those who had been banished without a decree of the Senate and requested of them. Permission for the prefect of the military tribunes and Praetorian guards to attend him in the Senate House and also that they would be pleased to bestow upon his procured her judicial authority in the provinces. He asked of the consuls. Likewise the privilege of holding fairs upon his private estate. He frequently assisted the magistrates in the trial of causes as one of their assessors and when they gave public spectacles he would rise up with the rest of the spectators and salute them both by words and gestures when the tribunes of the people came to him while he was on the tribunal. He excused himself because on account of the crowd he could not hear them unless they stood in a short time by this conduct. He wrote himself so much into favour and affection of the public that when upon his going to Austria our report was spread in the city that he had been weighed in slain the people never ceased carson the soldiers for traders and the Senate as Paris sides until one or two persons and presently after several others were brought by the magistrates upon the Ro- Straw. Who was shared them that he was alive and not far from the city on his way home conspiracies however we're formed against him not only by individual separately but by a faction and at last. His government was disturbed with a civil war. A low fellow was found with a pond near about him near his chamber at midnight. Two men of the equestrian order were discovered a waiting for him in the streets armed with a Tuck and Huntsman's dagger one of them intending to attack missy came out of the theater and the other as he was sacrificing in the temple of Mars. Callous Acehnese and Statinias court Venus grandsons of the two orders polio and Masala formed a conspiracy against him in which they engaged many of his Friedman and slaves furious. Camillus Qorbani hones- his lieutenant in Dalmatia broke into rebellion but was reduced in the space of five days the legions which had seduced from their oath of Fidelity ringling pushing their purpose upon an alarm occasioned by L. Almonds far when orders were given them to march to meet their new emperor. The Eagles could not be decorated nor the standards pulled out of the ground whether it was by accident or a divine besides his former consul ship. He helped the office afterwards. Four Times the first to successively but the following after an interval of four years each the last for six months the others for two and the third upon his being chosen in the room of console who died which had never been done by any of the emperors before him whether he was consul or out of office he constantly attended the courts for the administration of Justice even upon such days as were solemnly observed as days of rejoicing in his family or by his friends and sometimes upon the public festivals of Ancient.

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"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"When he indulged himself with sleep after eating which was common practice with him. The company used to throw olive stones and dated him and the buffoons who attended would wake him as if it were only in dressed with a cane or a whip sometimes they would put slippers upon his hands as he lays snoring that he might upon awaking rob his face with them he was not only exposed to contempt but sometimes likewise to considerable danger. I in his console ship for having been to remiss in providing and erecting the statues of gases brothers. Niro and truces. He was very near being deprived of his office. And after words he was continually harassed with informations against him by one or other sometimes even by his own domestics when the conspiracy of Lapidus and guide tool Lucas was discovered being sent with some other deputies into Germany to congratulate the emperor upon the occasion. He was in danger of his life. Guy Is being greatly enraged and loudly complaining that his uncle was sent to him as if he was a boy who wanted.

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"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Quote. I have had some conversation with Tiberius. According to your desire my dear Livia as to what must be done with your grandson Tiberius at the Games of Mars. We both agreed in this that once. Aw We ought to determine what course to take with him for if he really sound and so to speak quite right in his intellects why should we hesitate to promote him by the same steps and degrees? We did his brother but if we find him below par and efficient both in body and mind. We must be aware of giving occasion for him and ourselves to be laughed at by the world which is ready enough to make such things the subject of Mirth and derision for we never shall be easy if we are always to be debating upon every occasion up this kind without settling in the first instance whether he'd be really capable of public offices or not with regard to what you consult me about. At the present moment I am not against his superintending feast of the priests in the Games of Mars. If he will suffer himself to be governed by his kinsman SALONA says son that he may do nothing to make the people stare and laugh at him but I do not approve of his. Witnessing the Circassian Games from the pull Venar he will be. They're exposed to view in the very front of the theater nor do I like that. He should go to the Alban Mount For if he capable of attending his brother to the mount why is he not made prefect City thus my dear Livia. You have my thoughts on the matter. In my opinion we ought to settle this affair once for all that we may not be always in suspense. Between Hope and fear you may think proper give your Kinsmen Antonia this part of my letter to read and quote in another letter. He writes as follows quote. I shall invite the Youth Tiberius every day during your absence to supper that he may not SUPP- alone with his friends so pcs and Theodorus. I wished the poor creature was more cautious and attentive in the choice of someone who's manners. Air and gate might be proper for his imitation. In things of consequence he sadly fails where his mind does not run a stray discovers a noble disposition and quote in a third letter. He says quote. Let me Die Livia if I am not astonished that the declamation up your grandson Tiberius should please me for how he who talks so ill should be able to declaim so clearly and properly. I cannot imagine and quote. There is no doubt but Augusta's after this came to a resolution upon the subject and accordingly left him invested with no other honor than that of the augural priesthood naming him amongst the heirs of the third degree who were but distantly allied to his family for six the part of his estate only with a legacy of no more than eight hundred thousand sister. She's upon his requesting some office in the state. Tiberius granted him the honorary appendages of the console ship and when he pressed for a legitimate appointment the emperor wrote word back that he sent him forty gold pieces for his expenses during the festivals of the Saturnalia and Sidga Larrea upon this laying. Aside all hope of advancement. He resigned himself entirely to an indolent life. Living in great privacy one while in his gardens or a Fila which he had near the city. Another while in compagno where he passed his time in the lowest society by which means besides his former character of a dull heavy fellow. He acquired that of a drunkard and game. Stir notwithstanding this sort of life much. Respect was shown him both in public and private. The equestrian order twice may choice of him to intercede on their behalf. Wants to obtain from the console's the favor of burying on their shoulders the corpse of Augusta's to Rome and a second time to congratulate him upon the death of Sa- John us when he entered the theater they used to rise and put off their cloaks the Senate likewise decreed that he should be added to the number of the Augusta College of priests who were chosen by lot and soon afterwards when his house was burnt down that it should be rebuilt at the public charge and that he should have the privilege of giving his vote. Amongst the men of consular rank this decree however was repealed. Tiberius insisting to have him excused on account of his imbecilities and promising to make good his loss at his own expense but at his death he named him in his well amongst his third airs for a third part of his estate leaving him besides a legacy of to millions of sister she's and expressly recommending him to the army's the Senate and people of Rome amongst other relations at last guys his brother's son upon his advancement to the empire endeavoring to gain the affections of the public by all the arts of popularity. Claudius also was admitted to public offices and help console ship jointly with his nephew for two months as he was entering the forum for the first time with the fash. She's an eagle which was flying that way alighted upon his right shoulder. A second console ship was also allotted him to commence at the expiration of the fourth year. He sometimes presided at the public spectacles as the representative of guys being always on those occasions.

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"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"In him the civil and military virtues were equally displayed. For besides his victories he gained from the enemy the SPA OPIE MA and frequently marked up the German chiefs in the midst of their army and encountered them in single combat at the utmost hazard of his life he likewise often declared that he would sometime or other if possible restore the ancient government in this account. I suppose some have ventured to affirm that a Gustis was jealous of him and recalled him and because he made no haste to comply with the order took him off by poison. This I mentioned I may not be guilty of any mission more than because I think it either true or probable since Augusta slapped him so much when living that he always in his wills made him Choi to air with his sons as he wants declared in the Senate and upon his deceased extolled him the speech to the people to that degree that he prayed the gods to make his Caesar's like him and to grant himself as honorable and exit out of this world as they had given him and not satisfied with inscribing upon his tomb an epitaph in verse composed by himself. He wrote likewise the history of his life. In pros he had by the younger Antonia several children but left behind him only three namely Germanacos villa and Claudius Claudius was born at Leon in the console ship of Julius Antonius and Fabulous Africanus upon the first of August. The Very Day upon which an altar was first dedicated there to Augustus he was named Tiberius. Claudius struse's but soon after words upon the adoption of his elder brother into the Julian family he assumed the CONAN UP TREMENDOUS. He was left an infant by his father and during almost the whole of his minority and for some time after he attained the age of men awed was afflicted with a variety of obstinate disorders. In some much that his mind and body being greatly impaired he was even after his arrival. At years of maturity never thought sufficiently qualified for any public or private employment he was therefore during a long time and even after the expiration of his minority under the direction of a pedagogue who he complains in a certain memoir was a barbarous wretch and formerly superintendent of the mule drivers who was selected for his governor on purpose to correct him severely on every trifling occasion on account of this crazy constitution of body and mind at the spectacle of gladiators which he gave the people jointly with his brother in honor of his father's memory. He presided muffled up in a Palim. A new fashion when he assumed the manly habit. He was carried in a litter at midnight to the capital without the usual ceremony. Claudius applied himself however from an early age with great agility to the study of the Liberal Sciences and frequently published specimens his skill in each of them but never with all his endeavours could attain to any public post in the government or afford any hope of arriving at distinction thereafter. His Mother Antonia frequently called him an abortion of man that had been only begun but never finished by nature and when she would upgrade anyone with dullness. She said he was a greater fool than her son. Claudius his grandmother Augusta always treated him with the utmost contempt. Very rarely spoke to him and when she did. Monash him upon any occasion it was in writing very briefly and severely or by messengers..

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"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"claudius" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Tiberius Claudius drew. Caesar Livia having married Gustis when she was pregnant was within three months afterwards. Delivered of drew says the father of Claudius Caesar who had it I the Prey Newman of decimals. But afterwards that of Nero and it was suspected that he was begotten in adultery by his father in law the following verse however was immediately in. Everyone's mouth nine months for common births the fate's decree but for the great reduced the term to three this truce during the time of his being custer and prater commanded in the region and German wars and was the first of all the Roman generals who navigated the northern ocean. He made likewise some prodigious trenches beyond the Rhine which to this day are called by his name he overthrew the enemy in several battles and drove them far back into the depths of the desert nor did he desist from pursuing them until an apparition in the form of a barbarian woman of more than human size appeared to him and in the Latin tongue forbade him to proceed any farther. Fred these achievements he had the honor of innovation and the triumphal ornaments after his prater ship. He immediately entered on the office of console and returning again to Germany died disease in the summer encampment which then S- obtain the name of the unlucky camp. His corpse was carried to Rome by the principal persons of the several municipalities and colonies upon the road being met and received by the recorders of each place and buried in the campus. Martius in honor of his memory. The army erected a monument round which the soldiers annually up on a certain day used to march in solemn procession and persons deputy from the several cities of Gaul performed religious rites the Senate Mike Wise among various other honors decreed for him a triumphal arch of marble with trophies in the APP Ian Way and gave the economic upturn mannequins to him and.

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"claudius" Discussed on The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"claudius" Discussed on The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

"Finn's mother shut it off off. Well that's creepy said fin saying your name Funk said foggy no I don't I don't think so said Finn that it was just a lot of noise. I can understand how you would think that because of the sounds sounds and the sounds but Sounds altogether is not your name. Said foggy. The door to the captain's bridge opened. Then what's happening said Abigail. We saw that weird light and we came running. Allies volley ran in after her spooky. Said Volley is that more. Meg Fireworks No said Abigail. Mega my room resting right now. Okay everyone please be quiet. Said Captain Caspian. We need to think this through Finn. I think foggy is right and I think you know he is right. I don't like it any more than you do. But I think they were saying your name fin turned to his friends and explain what had happened. What did you say pack asked Elias? We have said anything yet. Said Captain Caspian. We need to think this through before we say something that makes the situation worse mom said Fin if they were saying my name and we know Juliana is on the Shakespeare. Maybe I should talk to them. Maybe Juliana is trying to reach out. Captain Caspian shook her head. She clearly didn't like the idea of thin communicating with whatever was happening on the Shakespeare every once in a while said Captain Caspian. I like to pretend that I'm on the captain of the ship and that I get to decide what we do. Vince mild. He knew this meant his mom agreed with him but she wanted to make sure it was the best plan. It looks like they WanNa talk to us again. Said Captain Caspian. Nobody says anything. She pushed the button this time. A strange eerie sound did not play over the speakers. Hello Shakespeare Twani said Captain Caspian. Please proceed if you have a message for us. You wish us to proceed fin immediately. Recognize the sound of captain. Claudius voice last time he heard that voice Claudius was imprisoning them on on the Shakespeare. Dear Captain Caspian. Are you not the ones who sent us the beacon. Yes but what about that sound. That came over before psychiatric psychiatric Caspian. Oh never mind. Is Everything Okay Claudia's. Your space station is looking awfully green. That's captain Claudius. And yes we're fine one moment and I will there we are that was just a little Experiment Claudius said Captain Caspian Captain Apt. Claudius said Claudius Claudius said fins mom again fence mild better. We have a little business to get done with you. You have aboard your space station. A marlow explorer. It's difficult to explain through some time travel involved in your. I will spare you. Captain Caspian Sir. Claudius we understand. Giuliani has explained everything to us. And I assume you are here to. What rescue her from the Dirty Evil Shakespeare eight twenty? And and it's dastardly. Captain Claudius just Claudius please said Captain Caspian you will address me as captain say Claudia's and the marlow bridge erupted in laughter. Stop laughing and no we will not simply hand over Juliana to you all you must earn her back as right shouted fin. She's our friend. You can't imprison her. She's hardly imprisoned said. Claudius she is free to get up and move them on the station. She's actually moving about better than ever. Thanks to US Finn. I didn't know what that meant but Claudia sounded too pleased with himself fins. MOM held up ahead. What is it you want? Claudius it's Oh forget forget it. Claudius side wasn't too long ago. That you and your Marla crew cheated your way to victory and the intergalactic space Olympics. We we didn't cheat said Elias. We outsmarted your cheaters. Actually only a cheater accuses. Someone else of cheating said. Claudius that makes no sense said Abigail Gal regardless it is time the Shakespeare a twenty had a little payback. So we challenge you to another round of three battles. I mean sporting contests tests if you travel a few more years. There is a green planet forth from his son. You need to approach the green planet and then there's a semi large moon soon with quite a bit of ice on it and tall inactive volcano with three rings is the Green Planet's only moon with three rings. Really you can't miss it there. We show compete and the first annual Great Galactic Games. That name kind of sounds like a rip off of the Intergalactic Space Olympics said Valley. Why not yeah? What's galactic about it said allies? It's just happening on a moon. I agree Sir Foggy. He should call it. The A meeting. Moon Meeting. Okay that's enough. Do you accept. Vince stepped forward. Wait a minute he said so. You're saying that if we win win Juliana comes back to the marlow correct and what happens. If we lose Juliana stays with us. What else happens? Claudius said Captain Caspian one other Itty bitty prize for us if we win a Marlowe agrees to stop its explorations and return to Earth once and for all it was total silence on the marlow bridge. Let me speak. I said Captain Caspian. This is an enormous risk for the marlow. We have been out here for years looking for a planet where humans could one day live. That is no small mission but mom said Finn and now said Captain Happen Caspian we are supposed to put it all on the line by playing in some games games. We don't even know anything about. Yeah but mom said Finn and let me Finish Finn and furthermore. We don't know what this moon is really like. We don't know if it is a trap. We don't know of Claudius and the Shakespeare Twenty has stacked all all the cards against us so there was no chance we could ever win. It is a fool's errand fin deflated. He didn't even argue. He knew they had to save Juliana but everything his mother had just said was right. Everything about this felt like a setup and leading the marlow into it would be a disaster. His mother looked thin in the eyes and said so. I think we should do it. What said Fen troop three zero one already? Defeated the Shakespeare clowns when they were cheating and Juliana bonds is one of us and we don't leave one of us behind every astronaut aboard the space station signed up to risk everything for each other hurt. I can't believe it said Fin. We're really GONNA do this. Yes said his mother embassy sides if I said no you for or in your robots would just sneak off and fly down there anyway. It's not like you are really waiting for me to give the okay fin laughed. He lifted Abigail. She shrugged he. He knew she'd already come up with a plan to steal an explorer pod. Let's do it second Caspian. Claudius you're on great site. Claudius yes we will meet you there. Oh and one more thing. What is it SA- Kevin Caspian when we win? You will have to call me captain. Claudius it's never going to happen said fins mom turning off the communications okay. True three zero one suit up. We're headed to the. What did you call it? Foggy Mediocre Moon meeting here we go abigail piloted. The explorer down to the moon. Claudius was right was impossible to miss. It was bright green with three bright blue rings surrounding it and a mounted on. Its North Pole. Does anyone else think the green light we saw coming from the Shakespeare is a lot like the green of that planet said Valet follow up question. Does anyone else think that's a really really bad side. Yup Yup said Finn but what can we do about it now okay. I'm going to land right at the base of the mountain said Abigail. It looks like the Shakespeare part is right over there. Abigail flew the pod down near the mountain line moment. Abigail said foggy. What is that? Abigail pulled up on the controls of the pond. The small ship hovered in the air about two hundred feet above the surface. So the moon something was coming toward them had lifted off the ground. It was now soaring straight at them has got closer they could see it looked like a person but with a giant wings extended from its back is the snack. Good said volley wait said fin and the flying creature came in close to the pod just outside the ships large window and it said Vin and couldn't believe his is truly Hannah..

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In Rome, Local Retirees Are Working To Clean Up The City's Aqueducts

All Things Considered

04:15 min | 1 year ago

In Rome, Local Retirees Are Working To Clean Up The City's Aqueducts

"Another story now we are going to Rome where the aqueducts were a Marvel of human engineering during ancient times in modern Rome and they're often overlooked in fact for many years they were abandoned and turned into a makeshift dump that isn't to local retirees decided to roll up their sleeves and do something about it even if that meant bending a few rules Christopher live say explains these days Rome is a dirty modern city and in some places down right filthy Siegel's routine picket trash from overflowing dumpsters putting one park on the Far East side of the city there's a cigarette **** on the ground in there's a second reason this place is just so remarkable so right now where and aqueducts park in Rome Gabby can sell a college student visiting from Calgary Alberta marvels at the sprawling stone arches spanning five hundred ninety three acres of park land the academics once carried thirty four hundred gallons of water per second from the surrounding hills to the ancient capital the oldest here was built almost two thousand years ago by embers Caligula and Claudius yeah I think it's really really beautiful and I think that the fact that it's not like overtaken by the city is really America by now that hasn't been completely filled with trash seven of rooms eleven after that all converge here with battling for us in a waterfall flowing decide rose bushes and fig trees but the park was and always so Christine says new channel will be co a seventy two year old retired manager in a natural gas company who lives down the street quite the quiz their lives owner it had become a junk yard for trash and discarded stolen objects this whole area was a no trespassing zone you couldn't even walk in this area she Lucy put even the community need we need a ranger even even do the overgrowth of vegetation so but the only people around were drug dealers near do wells and prostitutes he tried to get officials to fix it up something the park service confirms but for about a year he kept getting the run around tired of waiting he said enough is enough and started cleaning up acre after acre with his own two hands ill go we shot up twenty to properly I started right over there by the ju ju plants you won't believe the kind of garbage with sound about fifteen motorcycles and scooters two cars and two cars good evening refrigerators park writers cash registers slot machine to remove it all he enlisted the help of two fellow retirees plus one of Europe's most marginalized ethnic minorities the Roma or we could be good for tour the bony apologies about I'm on good terms with them they collected and sold all the scrap metal they were very generous trash wasn't the only thing the on earth the park happens to sit on top of the via Latina an ancient Roman road that one stretch for tens of thousands of miles in the course of the cleanup the vehicle says his volunteers accidentally crossed the line between vigilante gardening in amateur archaeology a big no no in a country with strict laws against lay people handling found artifacts one day a city official noticed and he was not happy hello to a little bit me the sea the sea he tells me you're not just cleaning things up you're performing an archaeological excavation you can't do this we need to laurel boy fighting as well today the park service confirms that city and state officials mostly look the other way considering all the good work the volunteers have done for the community like the mothers I see playing with their children cyclists whizzing across miles of free clean pants in Nordic walkers like a death to Philly Johnny he says the vehicle in the volunteers are heroes yes yes they are the kings yeah so we are you know we depend upon what they do the volunteer started cleaning up just over ten years ago and they're still added every day of the week rain or shine on this date they're loading the wheelbarrow with litter and collecting and burning brush let's say that though they started with I point out to the Vigo that the bonfires of bill here's to be burning on private land that overlaps with the park that's why I don't know won't hurt them he says if we clean it up it's better for everyone for NPR news I'm Christopher live say

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What Dead Historical Women Can Teach Us About Dating and Sex

This Is Why You're Single

08:15 min | 2 years ago

What Dead Historical Women Can Teach Us About Dating and Sex

"For a long time i rode a sex dating column for the the new york post and i really appreciate that time in my life but since then i started writing about history and politics and every so often often someone comes to me and says would you ever consider writing a dating advice book and i always say the only way i would ever do that is if all of the advice is came from dead historical women and most of it was bad do you say as a joke yes always and then i said it to this one very nice editor on the phone who said well i'd love for you to do that can you can you get it in by june and i said yes and it was the easiest book sale i've ever made shots jets incredible i was gonna say did you sort of like say on to channel these women and because it's all of the advice sound so much in their voice it's just it's so good i'm i've always wished that somehow that would happen to me robert graves deflected criticism of his i claudius novels by telling a reporter that the entire manuscript had been dictated to him by emperor claudius himself in a dream so we don't want to start with that's a real humble brag it's a real humble brag of london emperor came to me and just story so no critiques please no none of none of these women came to munich dream cream i do read a lot of different books about them and took the cool historical tidbits that i found those books that i thought could be transcribed into good good advice for women right now what i really loved how in the insure you talk about how there's always some idiot on twitter that's like oh i wish women were women the way they used to be back in the day and like this book just kind of disproves that whole line of thought that is based on many real only no i'm i i have a twitter account i am yeah i'm familiar with dot com yeah and this totally disproves that way of thinking because women's since the beginning of time have kind and not been that ideal idea woman i think the more things change the more they stay the same and a lot of women in this book are doing things thanks i think we'd be considered very audacious by modern standards i'm kind of fascinated by grace kelly's end of a first date move where she would go into my i room of this and come up with no clothes and that's the way a lot of nudity so nudity in the book i'm also that's something that i really don't associate with grace as kelly in any of her alfred hitchcock movies now i love that and so you use that tibet to have her advice be make your feelings no yes she's real clear a lot of not scared to tell someone how they feel and then a yeah and then you write about how she'd be like go make some coffee and then go into the bathroom and come out naked i was like oh that is insane that that is actually what she did and i love that it's memorable also really feel like a man in the nineteen fifties and sixties when she was doing this probably just think they were making can coffee so let's talk about some more of the advice in the book patra that is the advice for making the first move what can we learn from her on making the first move cleopatra made i moves of really big and she really began her relationships with this very showy entrance entrance a lot of the mist and the stories about cleopatra hinge upon the idea that she was this ravishing beauty and she was us an attractive lady and they're all different ways of being beautiful but by any standards she wasn't especially good looking she was just really audacious basis and she really went for it and when she first met julius caesar she header self smuggled to him inside a federal that was dropped off at his feet feet and then lays blade before whose feet talking about how they could afford to an alliance which is not a thing that you might be able to recreate oh yeah like not necessarily you didn't like UPS to your lover a little desperate if we'd be really audacious lake uh-huh and then when she met mark anthony she had herself taken to him on a golden barge where she designed it to look like she was a goddess and she appeared to him if she was a golden goddess so cleopatra really thought about how she was going to plan her first move oof and i think it an age where a lot of us are very timid and wanna seem cool and have a call me maybe attitude approaching people cleopatra went for it like she went one hundred percent i honestly can kind of relate this particularly i'm on the part on the barge where she's the gold god it kinda can because so nicknamed gone on a first date and then i invited him to my holiday party and my holiday party i was like the star of the show like i i was going around with platters appetizers and like jello shots because this was like whatever like two thousand nine not the shots wherever cool but as i'm going around with platters never like laura oh my god like laura laura and i'm like the star of the show and i kinda take her advice to mean you know just be like the starve make yourself an unmistakable store yes staple star like have the attention be around you and it was like all my friends and it was like my house you know like i was the star of my holiday party and walked around like own my own the place grid right and i want to form an alliance that woman yeah i think that's actually a great way to translate that into modern day advice i feel like throwing party and inviting boys who have a crush on was also so big move i was single gal it usually worked really well unless the person didn't come in which case it felt like you were throwing that party for nine uh all these people are in my house i've got so many shots yeah i've been to your parties and you do throw a very good thank you i'm so you also have a section on slut shaming can you choose to feature josephine baker and that little micro in every possible way hero of the civil rights movement hero of the lost generation yet josephine baker is just the best and if you don't know her by name you definitely know her by image she's the one that has the banana skirt so oh you're right i'm writing in her voice say i'm writing as someone who danced topless and a banana skirt so why her for the slut shaming section i feel like josephine josephine baker is someone who had to go up against a lot of repressive rules of the time and i mean to head to leave america because she couldn't really prosper in america's a black woman and she was someone who i wouldn't say that she had no regard for those rules but she he was able to think about societal rules that served her and once it didn't and follow her own contents and her own desires and mm-hmm she strongly felt and i think many modern day women should strongly feel that her sexuality and her physical desires were nothing to be ashamed of she had a very large sexual appetite she loved having sex with people she had multiple marriages adopted a ton of children those desires did not impede her life in any way indeed the fact that she was comfortable in her body and comfortable with her sexuality is how she she became a great star and it was also because she chose to change her circumstances right by going to harris yeah we actually just did an episode on on if you should move if you you should mirror for data and just for a change of scenery if you're like in a funk also tried to come back to america and change everybody else's circumstances stances andrea four really hard for that i mean you can't obviously say that any one person was responsible for civil rights victories but she had a really huge detained in that

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"claudius" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"claudius" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"Acts occur under duress, when there is much to lose and little to gain in the short term during prohibition, the government took away out gall across the country, under the belief that they were carrying the nation of abhorrent behavior, working class folks turned to bootlegging and hoarding to get by and their combined. Efforts, eventually led to the repeal of the Duke oneal law. However, sixteen hundred years earlier, it was a Roman priest who broke the law of the land and his rebellion against the empire did more than change the law. It changed the world. Around two hundred sixty nine AD at the height of the rule of emperor Claudius. The second Rome was on a bloody path of war, and destruction. Claudius needed. His armies to be bigger and stronger. There was only one problem. No one wanted to join up Roman men at the time had no interest in travelling across Europe to fight on behalf of a cruel and despotic leader legend has it. The Claudius was so strong that he could knock out a horse's tooth with a single punch. He had no patience for formalities and positioned himself as the opposite of the aristocratic emperors that came before him. He was a soldier through and through and he expected his men to follow suit because he was a soldier with deep affinity for the military. He had no time for silly things like marriage or family life. In fact, Claudius believed it was the concept of family that was keeping men from joining his ranks, they were soft and weak. He said by getting married and raising children. They were not living up to their full. Potential as soldiers of Rome. However, rather than incentivize new recruits with promises of fame and glory, you know, positive reinforcement Claudius took the opposite approach. He simply banned marriage. It was a harsh move for sure. In one that did not go unnoticed by the church. A local priest did not agree with this declaration. He believe people should be able to pursue their love despite what the emperor thought governments had no right to deny what God had already blessed. Although he knew it was illegal the priest found a way to rebel against Claudius. He began performing clandestine marriage ceremonies for Roman couples looking to build better lives for themselves. Unfortunately, just as had happened with speakeasies during the prohibition the authorities found out about the secret ceremonies taking place, right? Under the emperors knows they arrested the priest and paraded him in front of the prefect of Rome for a trial, neither his testimony on true love or his duties as a man of the cloth made any difference to the Roman courts, he had defied emperor Claudius and made a mockery of his position, the priests fate had been sealed long before his trial. He was sentenced to death, which was to be carried out over a series of beatings, and stonings before his eventual, decapitation audience was going to make an example out of this traitor for anyone else looking to challenge him. So defiantly the priest was held in prison for a short time before. His death and during his stay something unexpected happen..

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"claudius" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"claudius" Discussed on WDRC

"More. And then hamlet a little jealous of may at ease being downstate center and feeling that he should get in on the act pops up with this. What is he who's grief such an emphasis this hamlet today? Title solar. I will fight with him up on this team until my eyelids will no longer all my son. What theme I loved? Oh failure forty thousand brothers could not with all that quantity of love makeup. My some what would. He's badly as we would fight would. I would tell myself don't come here to wine to face me with leaping in her grave. Be quick with her. And so when I run as well as. Oh, and he does too. Well, ladies and gentlemen, we are now rapidly approaching the end of our play, and it's well worth bearing in mind that it is not until the end of the play approaches that our friend cloudy has causes us slight twinge of uneasiness. Oh, yes. You're quite right. Joel seen in the poison swords. Now, let me ask you another question. At what point would your patients have run out put yourself in that place? And in that time, I Claudius ahead of a state threatened with invasion by the power hungry. Young fourteen brussel, Norway and Claudius says trying desperately to put that state at auto. And he might well have had a good chance. Had it not been for his stepson. Hamlets? He has done everything in his power to keep hamlet on an even keel. He has in fact, then kindness itself while hamlet with great precision is knocking off one by one is an entire court and finally has the beat drawn on Lancia's. Now, we feel that ladies cannot be blamed for hating the man who was directly responsible for the death of his sister..

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St. Valentine was a sneaky dude who performed secret marriages

Investor's Edge

01:26 min | 2 years ago

St. Valentine was a sneaky dude who performed secret marriages

"Cupid is about to make his annual appearance and USA radio network Timberg has some history about Valentine's Day. Joining me in the USA radio networks is Jackie Thomas Jackie's and authorised a poet test. And she also hosts her own podcast, you can find out more about her by checking out a romantic perspective dot com. All well. Jackie as many folks, get ready to celebrate Valentine's Day. I thought I bring you on. It'd be a great idea. If we talked about some things that couples must do to sell. Elaborate Valentine's Day, and why Valentine's Day is even important at all for us to be celebrating a lot of people don't understand that. This is not just a holiday to sell cards car. Join nice part of it. But this is actually truly a celebration that dates back to over a thousand years ago to honor Saint Valentine, and it said that he performed secret marriages two couples who were in love because at the time it was against the law for couples to get married under the Roman emperor. Claudius the second because he wanted the men to dedicate themselves completely to war. So Saint Valentine made it possible for them to culminate their romance, and you have a marriage in a real relationship true relationship. So today we celebrate him and romantic relationships that he helps defend

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"claudius" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"claudius" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Six. We're back at the races. And. Okay. Good job case case went to XP for it. And it's also what I found it on Facebook. And here's here's Billy badge it and. And gosh, I'm gonna I'm gonna the the the girl that does the Spanish language broadcasting. What do you write Claudius cloudy Sparrow makes Clary Claudius? But here. Charro? The they're doing their preliminaries for now. So let's get Jeremy plunk in here. And we'll we'll get Jeremy. And when the time comes to let you know what's going on on the on the pill draw will do that. But the meantime, Jeremy joins us countdown to the crown week three is in the books and the. I guess technically week three thirty issue. Jeremy, right? Yeah. That's right. Three down in about twenty one to go. It's usually about twenty three twenty four weeks before we get through everything not that we're counting down to that point yet because it's still the build up. And it's an exciting time because we saw really nice performance by war of will last week. And really kind of the first performance of of the new year that make you think okay now, we've got somebody. You know that was that was a big time. Then looking forward to seeing how far he can go just like all these three year olds. So give us give us a little bit of flesh. It out your thoughts. There were so many questions that need to be answered whether it was horses stretching out orces that were coming off what tracks including war of will there that was a little bit of you know, the question of the people who were uncertain about what to expect from him. You know, if you wanted to take the wait and see and see what he could do a fast matrix is still quite a bit of moisture in the racetrack at fairgrounds even later in the day by race wealth and into into the evening hours. There underlies the fairground, you know, so has he had kind of dry powdery racetrack to deal with not necessarily. But he answered a lot of those questions of what he what he did. I think that is encouraging is he won the comp in the same manner that every horses won the Kentucky Derby in the last five six years that length length and a half off the pace pounce. Take command hold them at bay through the lane. You know that I over kinda trip length Lincoln and a half off the lead has just been dynamite. Going back to California chrome and others over the last several years, and it's kind of been cut and paste trip and the Kentucky Derby if he can run like that stylistically that puts him in a great position. You know, you're not a need the lead horse, and you're not trying to come from way behind which can be dicey in a Kentucky Derby field. So. Stylistically? I mean, just when you're scouting these contenders. And say can they be derby winners? You know, you've got a lot of things are they talented enough or they fast enough or they durable. Will they handle the distance? But also running style comes into play at some point to and he's at least got the right one. He's got a win over the track at Churchill now. I always say I caution people Churchill in the fall the way they're prepared the track and Churchill in the spring or not the same way. The track is main pain and prep. The they put a lot more water on the race track in the spring and tighten it up in the fall temperatures dropping at night. It's a little more powdery blues typically, and this was caught a wet track at Churchill so just because he ran well at Churchill Downs necessarily gonna love the footing from the fall to spring. Let's think at the misnomer people run into, but the fact that he's been stabled at Churchill for an extended time in his career. It's gonna be a home game for him when he gets back to Churchill Downs. Mark Kathy of the shed road there. There's a lot of good positive for world will. And again the way he wanted to stray site Listrik -ly, I think is the most important to him because I. Down the road of that'll come in handy. Also, navigating a big field of twelve that never hurts. You're gonna see derby contenders..

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"claudius" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"claudius" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Anywhere, even find us, you will. In the tickets, you guys, it's going to be so much fun Ben. We were talking in the car because Claudius said that you're not coming, but I assume you guys becoming, unfortunately I won't be there. That's actually the extra premium package. Do they know my then? MO, Benjamin dash Soffer I'm hosting a separate event that you can come directly shied Tanner, it's dinner. No, no. I think that it's it's more of a an all girls camp like like on your cans. Yeah, I'm doing all girls camp. It's a getaway weekend. Like just just for the girls? No, like I just want you guys so like have your fun. Do your thing without a man. They're just well, there will reckon the time man there and his name is THEO. THEO is going to be at my brunch. That's why you should come with the like. So you can be on THEO patrol deal would have the greatest time at camp toast. I'll come if it is what the people want. The people really want me to come out come. Okay. Let's get to know. We have a private Cantos Facebook group for all the people will be in attendance, and that's where we will pull them. We'll find out if you should. Everybody know like what camp toast is and what they're getting themselves into. Well, so that's what's funny is I feel like either you went to can't and you know exactly what camp is there, like what the hell? This is a cold. We're all going up to the woods together to be murdered, and they just want you to know that campus is not that it's going to be so fun. It's out of our old campgrounds, beautiful seychas, palatial greenery, and it's going to be a camp. We're gonna have color where we're going to have like campfires bonfires talent shows the toast live from the rec hall. So you'll be getting the toast serve to you directly every morning, there will.

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"claudius" Discussed on #Viral with Natalie Alzate

#Viral with Natalie Alzate

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"claudius" Discussed on #Viral with Natalie Alzate

"And then the last one last piece of advice for someone if I were to die. Oh my God. Okay. Okay. Okay. Here's here. It is. Here is. Okay. Okay. We're gonna wrap it up. Okay. This is so cheesy, but like just being appreciate like being appreciative of every moment and being present. I think that's huge. I think likely. I think being optimistic as far as like always just seeing like the good side of situations is so important, and I think you know a lot of people can combat that and be like, well, I'm not a naturally optimistic person, and it's like, well, no one, really. I just you don't just come out of the womb and you're like, everything is so great. Okay, phone. Like what I think I think your mental like patterns and habits are very similar to like your physical like habits, you know. And so I think when when you want to like install something into like your lifestyle, you've got to be consistent with it right as far as like doing something habitually, like whether it's like making your every morning, whatever. I think your brain works the same way because like I think our brains are so much more powerful and like crazy Alflex only thing. Yeah. And so that's like something when I first out to LA, that's when I really started focusing on like being positive and optimistic because I didn't even like ever like think of that because when you're little. Yeah, talking about that stuff. And then all of a sudden you're like watching documentaries and. Reading books and you're like, wait, I can change my perspective on things. And so I think my last piece of advice is like trading yourself to just always look at like the brighter side of every situation because it helps you to be more appreciative helps. It'd be more present at helps you to feel more fulfilled because even like even like the shittiest things like it can always at least be a lesson of some sort. You know what I mean? Like everything's either a blessing or less than you gotta look at it like that. You can't control like what comes at you, but you can control how you react to it and how you, you know what you can gain from that. And so I think that is those unlimited. I've heard. I love so where can our listeners find you? Okay. I'm just Claudius Lewis ski on everything. I'm going to spell that out. Valid out. Girl s. u. l. e. w. s. This k. guy. i.. Yeah, Claudius Lutsky on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, all the things you want, my blog, it's their bulges, Claudius Lutsky type it in. And you just see both of the Chinese side closest bog. So yeah, but. Thank you so much for being God. guess. Tag viral so much. Awesome. So down to earth, I think we learned a lot from just for mindset to business to where we're going with this. I can't wait to see what you haven't sizzler sec-. Oh my gosh. Cheers. Cheers. Cheers. Cheers. With their mugs of water. Enjoyed this podcast, be sure to hit love and subscribe new episodes drop every Friday for bonus content follows on Instagram at hashtag, borrow podcast and leave your questions at me on YouTube into an Twitter at Natalie's outlet and don't forget state vowed role. Bye.

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"claudius" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"claudius" Discussed on In Our Time

"Have to do anything we are all on our way to becoming corpses we don't need to commit revenge to just be patient let be well let's look first goal to sir let is in is gone gentlemen muchall skulls in future letting the jonathan to what extent can you said supply about statecraft yeah i think this is a very important dimension of it and in many ways some of the the famous interpretations the play the focused so much shawn hamlet the individual the internal life of hamlet have neglected the fact that this is a play about a court with a lot of intrigue we haven't really talked about claudius claudius the brotherhood old 100 and deep learning so hillwood order claudius first time we see him he's conducting a whole lot of of court business of statecraft there are ambassadors coming from norway trying to sort out a peace treaty this council local polonius and his son liabilities and layer is requesting permission to go off to paris and we we see claudius conducting the core business with with greater efficiency and we almost they've got maybe claudia's is a better king that old hamlet who seem to spend his afternoons asleep in the orchard polonius becomes a particularly interesting figure because a one gets although he sometimes represented on stage as a bit of an old bumbling fool and there's no doubt shakespeare marks his very elaborate verbal rhetoric but despite that polonius is clearly a very cunning politician he's managed to negotiate the change from the regime of old hamlet to the regime of claudius and he becomes a crucial player in a world of surveillance and over here ring of caught intrigue which is rather burden to me but i've never seen bologna's played well in terms of the way red blerta's is always orders a bit of a fool what you played him which really what if that speech about as a playstore ago what if he was be which it will you but and playing around with the idea is that have been shown arisen boring about it he will get a rare that that would work is this is is the spy on behalf of the king is quite clever id tried to maneuvers way to work out what these edge of this role.

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