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"crassus" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

01:35 min | Last month

"crassus" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

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"crassus" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"crassus" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"First, our top stories special counsel Robert Muller in his first public statement about his Russia, probe did not exonerate President Trump. It said explaining why his office never considered it dining him for obstruction of Justice CBS news quotes Muller is saying as set forth in the report after the investigation if we had confidence of the president did not clearly commit a crime. We would have said, so that work ads at bowler, also indicated he would decline to testify before congress, although he could still be subject to a congressional subpoena. Muller indicated any testimony. From the office would not go beyond the report, it contains our findings and analysis and the reasons for the decisions we made we chose the words carefully. The work speaks for itself. New Mexico environmentalists say contractors who helped build a nearly mile long wall on private property near the southern border over the weekend should be banned from future business opportunities in the state earlier this week, the mayor of Sunland park, follow the stop work order to halt a private group, from continuing the wall construction citing a lack of proper permits. In addition, the group's eighteen foot steel Bollard wall is taller than city. Ordinances allow, Kevin Bixby with a southwest environmental center believes the group's action showed disrespect for New Mexico and it's laws, I think more than anything. This is a Trump campaign stunt, his supporters want to demonstrate that he's actually making progress in building the wall, the group, which calls itself, we build the wall has. Promised to finish the project which begin building after a federal judge last week issued a preliminary injunction against construction on sections of the proposed wall. I'm Russ Brown. Crisco BAC legal adviser for we build the wall told the Kirke journal these sullen park project has the blessing of President Donald Trump. When a juvenile is accused of a crime, making him or her face the victim. Take responsibility and make amends works better than pus acution end jail time, Suzanne Baader has details on the findings of new report. Oakland area adopted a restorative Justice approach nine years ago, and in just the first two years, they diverted one hundred two youth from the criminal, Justice system, giving them a second chance to get back on track. Jenna Crassus with the group community works west which administers the program in Alameda County, she knows that kids who took part were almost forty four percent less likely to commit another crime within twelve months showed an eighteen point four percent recidivism rate in Alameda County, where the traditional juvenile legal system, showed a thirty two point one percent recidivism rate with the control group, the process works like this, if the DA and the victim agree, the youth accused of a crime goes through a restorative Justice program and takes responsibility for the crime here. She will often face the victim. And agree to make amends, perhaps by going through an anger management program paying the victim back in the case of theft. We're performing community service, if successful the charges are dropped..

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"crassus" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"crassus" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'm Mike Clifford special counsel, Robert Muller breaks. His silence on the Trump Russia probe. Also on our Thursday, rump down a look at how restorative Justice for juveniles can work better than jail time. Plus senior hunger. A stubborn problem across the nation. First our top story special counsel Robert Muller in his first public statement about his Russia, probe did not exonerate President Trump. It said explaining why his office never considered it dining him for obstruction of Justice CBS news quotes Muller is saying as set forth in the report after the investigation if we had confidence of the president did not clearly commit a crime. We would have said, so the network ads at Moeller also indicated he would decline to testify before congress, although he could still be subject to a congressional subpoena. Muller indicated any testimony. From the office would not go beyond the report, it contains our findings and analysis and the reasons for the decisions we made we chose the words carefully. The work speaks for itself. New Mexico environmentalists say contractors who helped build a nearly mile long wall on private property near the southern border over the weekend should be banned from future business opportunities in the state earlier this week, the mayor of Sunland park, follow the stop work order to halt a private group, from continuing the wall construction citing a lack of proper permits. In addition, the group's eighteen foot steel Bollard wall is taller than city. Ordinances allow, Kevin Bixby with a southwest environmental center believes the group's action showed disrespect for New Mexico and its laws on Italy. I think more than anything. This is a Trump campaign stunt, his supporters want to demonstrate that he's actually making progress in building the wall, the group, which calls itself, we build the wall has. Promised to finish the project, which began building after a federal judge last week issued a preliminary injunction against construction on sections of the proposed wall. I'm Roz Brown, crisco Bach legal adviser for we build the wall told the our Kirke journal that these sullen park project has the blessing of President Donald Trump. And when a juvenile is accused of a crime, making him or her face the victim. Take responsibility and make amends works better than posecutor. End jail time. Suzanne bother has details on the findings of a new report. We Oakland area adopted a restorative Justice approach nine years ago, and in just the first two years, they diverted one hundred two youth from the criminal, Justice system, giving them a second chance to get back on track. Jenna Crassus with the group community works west which administers the program in Alameda County, she notes that kids who took part were almost forty four percent less likely to commit another crime within twelve months showed an eighteen point four percent recidivism rate in Alameda County, where the traditional juvenile legal system, showed a thirty two point one percent recidivism rate with the control group, the process works like this, if the DA and the victim agree, the youth accused of a crime goes through a restorative Justice program and takes responsibility for the crime here. She will often face the victim. Apologize and agree to make amends, perhaps by going through an anger management program paying the victim back in the case of theft. We're performing community service, if successful the charges are dropped..

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"crassus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"crassus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"John. This is the John Batchelor show classical Greek classical rogue, the Greek and Latin scholars amongst us. What do they know here in the twenty first century that can help all of us we were deprived, or we skipped Latin and Greek in school, and those of us who took it may not have it published. However, there are three subjects that everyone can unite on fascinating to study twenty five hundred twenty three hundred two thousand years later Alexander Hannibal and Caesar each man, I hero at a conquer for his own time. A new book masters of command Alexander Hannibal Caesar and the genius of leadership coming from a classical scholar. In fact, a professor of history and classics at Cornell University, Barry Strauss, Barry. Congratulations and good evening. And these three names we could. Actually, make them into ice cream flavors. They're so popular in the twenty first century, but in their own time, they were rising men not all young men. Alexander was young Hannibal was not young. But he was not old in Caesar was a mature man, I begin with Alexander because this is the oldest this is fourth century BC. His father Philip was conquer very successful. And he put Alexander toward sixteen is my memory. Alexander was successful at sixteen at eighteen again at twenty how was Alexander regarded in the court, and in Macedonia out as Philip's, son. Was he seemed to be a rising star a chip off the old block or was he seen as a weak or deficient or vein in some fashion? Good eating professor. Good evening. It's great to be here. John thanks for having. That's terrific question. I think that those are new L vendor. Fast had offensive just talented that he was. Even the young man and just how formidable he didn't even that. Will it was easy to underestimate him? He was so young and relatively inexperienced. His father had cats such a giant shadow and really had taken NASA on from from the boonies to being the leading date in the Greek world revolution that Philip undertake in creating mass donating state the modern Macedonian state in creating the Macedonian armed forces. It was hard to believe at Alexander at the age of twenty could step into his father's shoes. Let alone at do them. And yet he did. So he was he was a great surprise to many people many of his subjects were bailed when he came on with Ronin both states to the north of mass and on the dominated in boosted the south, but most many degrees city states revoked particularly in Athens, and they never thought. Alexsandr dominated as he would was Alexander. Understood as a fighter a ruler of kid would they have disregarded him because of his age. Absolutely. You know, the age would have been a complete Colonel to the people at the time. They distrusted young men. I thought they were hunting bird and experienced in incapable of the judgment and skill that was needed to succeed. But they they really underestimated Alexander. He he was supremely talented, and, you know, take home bowl metaphor. He was the coach's son somebody who had been wound for success in field is entire life. But he also was smart enough to know what he didn't know. And he made sure that he had senior men around him. Who could fill in the blanks that he was incapable of filling and he'd deferred to that. When. Sorry. Particularly early in his career. It's one of the secrets of six success. Heels. Dairy is very intelligent, very good judgments. He knew when to say, no. But he kept them around important. They were it helped to no end Hannibal. This is the next century the third century BC hannibal's born to forty-seven around his thirtieth birthday. He makes the big move to March on Rome. But he also is the son of a very successful. Military commander hammock are Barca and Hamill car Barca made his sons reputation by introducing them to the army when they were in Spain. This was another chip off the block was he well, regarded thirty as old enough to take command into against Rome. He was very well regarded particularly in his army. I mean army had cleaned him is issue of power, and he had succeeded in fighting against the Spanish tribes began to make his name like that. Of course, the fact that while there was so famous and that he seemed to be looked father. He acted like his father that inspired confidence among amenities. Army one of the great questions about Hannibal what can before him on the home fund? We know that the family had a reputation for. Being champions of the common man, having the support of ordinary people in Carthage the carnage was dominated by an oligarchy by the Carthaginians Senate. And although our sources are highly imperfectly, it seems as if the Senate was two minds about Hannibal on the one hand they respected him, and what his family had achieved on the other hand be distrusted him and his family. They practically ran an independent team in Spain. And he was young. So they supported him. They desperately wanted a war of revenge against Rome. They're a bit like Germany after the first World War wants to fight a war of revenge against the stakes of defeated. Good for doing. So, but they were not willing to write him a blank check. As it turns out. Yesterday. The Senate played Hannibal like a tool as opposed to obeying him in Hannibal never made a move the way we'll see with Caesar to take over the Senate in Carthage. It didn't come to that now. But we must mention Caesar Caesar is a mature person. I think he's around fifty when he crosses the Rubicon. He has become one of the senior. And most successful commanders enrollment history by conquering Gaul, bloodily and brutally over many decades. He has a very loyal the the legions of very loyal to him, but his rival Pompey at this time outshines him does that mean that Caesar is seen as an upstart as an outsider when he makes the move on Rome. Outsider. But he is seeing he's his enemies always thought of him quite correctly as somebody who was on scrupulous, and who would stop it at nothing to succeed. And they worried about him if somebody would overturn the Roman constitution for his own, and they didn't much like Pompey either the men of the Senate and they recognize the palm team Caesar similar in many ways, but they rightly saw Pompey recognized limits. Poppy was not Pompey was not willing to do anything to get ahead. Pompey wanted in the end to be admired by the system. Here's an establishment figure. He wanted to have huge power. And to have the Senate recognize him as number one would've liked that to be engaged in methods. The Senate consider just unacceptable. He was much more of a dog. And then Pompey was much more of a populace than Pompey which made the Senate nervous. And I think the Senate rightly felt that Caesar just was much more than one term than Pompey. Whatever be awful lack the killer instant that Caesar had in spades. So yes, he was seen as a very dangerous figure not really not fighter because he was a member of the Roman aristocracy, maybe in a way seen as a traitor to his class. I've often wondered professor Crassus Crassus is killed in the east and a battle. But Crassus was the third part of the triumph a triangle of Pompey Caesar and Crassus, and I've often puzzled whether Crassus his death. This is a man who played most famously by Laurence Olivier in Spartacus movie Crassus is the one who finally conquers Spartacus any celebrated because he he he put down the slave revolt. Does Crassus his death triggered this dispute between Caesar and Pompey the absence of third part? I mean, that's an excellent question. If Crassus had lived, it would have made it more difficult. You might he might very well have played immediately role between Caesar and Pompey. And I mean by no means was it impossible to have a compromise. When Caesar cost through the story of the civil war. I think part of the problem with that the Senate chef didn't trust Caesar. What Caesar wanted was not that extreme but the Senate, but where is this going to lead or puppy? If Crassus had been around he might have been the guy to step in and come up with a compromise. I could easily imagine it happening in forty nine. So you're right crisis. Did make the stakes higher. Did raise the stakes and it did make it more difficult for pumping to reading. Let's cross the line with the three Alexandra Hannibal and Caesar masters of command is the book, Barry Strauss. Professor, Barry, Strauss, the author when we come back the three heroes go to war. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. This is Dr Howard founder and formulator of balance of nature where changing America one life at a time. Now, these are the best supplements I've ever had. I've caught out all the other stuff. I'm taking and stuff like that. I went to the the blood pressure almost immediately. So it's it's definitely you can see huge difference. From my chair. I lost my heel. I feel that that is gotten better since I've been taking balance of nature experience, the balance of nature difference for yourself by using discount, code John. The price of fruits and vegetables is going up called out to see how you can lock in your price fruits and vegetables for an entire year and get free.

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"crassus" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"I think he was saying she was too loud. Cool, but old you see him smothering hut. Lie that he smothers sister from mesh. The baby. It was like she wouldn't be quiet, and he's holding your mouth and who's that crying baby. It's her and then they killed her. But the right, but. And also the way they choose to tell that story is to show him covering him out with his bowling. Feet. So he's the murder. He's a. He was doing it. He was like a nice guy. Then the whole thing is told in the context of a story telling we will go trouble. We only killed system. That's motivation for him to want peace forever because he murdered. Visit star silver protections going. I mean. Oh my God. This movie a member of the SR PS here to take care of things. My gosh. Well, obviously, there's a lot of this movie. We obviously have opinions, but they're different opinion. Now time for second opinions. Was a piece. So good. Tell me. Maybe jay. Up in. That is John Lewis who was in the car with me, and that goes monkey and also who has five songs now in the LEGO movie five songs. Yes. So LEGO to go to sweet, so John John killing it. All right here is a great reviews a little bit long. But I think it's worth it. It is titled hot mess with a heart of gold five star review. I am professional. Ancient historian, and I can assure everyone that the accuracy is not part of the equation here. I just went into it for one quick, Dan. Did you write this? The plot is often incoherent and gets an one gets the impression that the background research. Consisted of watching gladiator. Of watching gladiator a couple of times, the moral is dropped repeatedly like an anvil tied to a quasi for trooping crane into the audience, and the revisionism and Chinese nationalism is pretty thickly spread. But oh, if you take it for what it is a big Hammy movie with its heart firmly located in the right place, then it is incredibly fun. I was not bored. I was touched. I was intere- tained. Yes. It's wildly inaccurate. No. You can't do that. With swords. Partha was the first century. It was not ruled by woman Carvey has nothing to do with the dynastic struggle between Crassus brothers over the consul ship. Wait what and crafts not impart to sign a peace treaty room. Did not as it happens a national anthem, but the movie gets points passable Latin grammar and said anthem I could go on and on. But again, that's not the point sincere wishes to tell a story about how east and west and places in between learn to treat each other with respect and the scenery chewing campus is a likeability factor that makes the inaccuracy kind of fun..

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"crassus" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"crassus" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:24 min | 2 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"At two six two seven eight six ninety two hundred I chose to bring Mike end to talk about this employee relationship because I've several employees or I should say employer relationship. I I work with a couple of corporations, and what I do is provide education where I am not selling any products or services, I'm really providing value and credibility to the benefits that they already have in place, which is huge. Because when you think about it if you have a HR employee standing in front of their employees oftentimes, they think. Yeah, that's what we have. But when somebody from the outside comes in and talks about the benefit and how they can use it an impact their financial wellbeing. It can have a great impact. So if you're working at a corporation, and you're thinking, you know, what I'd love to have somebody come in and just talk about our benefits and. Place talk about investment choices and retirement plan, and what does an asset allocation look like again, I'm using terms. You might not be familiar with. But I can go through that. Whether it be a lunch and learn or a half day or full day segment and with that sad. I wanted to bring in somebody who works with individuals that are going through an outplacement process as well as somebody who works with employers to help retain and attract and please. So before we move on. To attracting and retaining employees. I wanna give Mike an opportunity to look at the aspects and how they work with employers when going through an outplacement or a reduction staff reduction process, thanks, gene. It depends on the culture of the organization that we're working with how they want us to be able to work with their internal organization and their existing employees. And usually that starts with how well or is a is an organization going to partner with our company oftentimes what we find is that firms have no idea the depth of knowledge or the range of services that we have to offer. So notification support upfront even notify training support we offer for individuals organizations or groups those types of things to really help them understand. And and. Get what it is that they're about to go through. So that's that's up on the up front side. You know when we're looking at working with individuals. There are a number of key components that have to be part of any any search the first is really focusing on the market campaign management for an individual, you know, really helping them to design an execute an individual search action plan a plan that's focused on figuring out where they are where they want to go in a strategic plan that Crassus crosses skews me all job market channels in organizers their search in a way that they can actually look back at the end of the day of their eight hour workday and looking for a job, by the way, they need to take it as though it's a real job. And really look at the successes. They've had the next pieces focusing on both digital and social networking strategies. You know, the rise of technology today of Facebook and linked in tumbler and Instagram and on and on and on. People really need to understand what is their digital brand. And then figure out how the communication strategy, which is really the next piece how that communication strategy is articulated across all those different facets. So making sure that you don't have pictures on Facebook of posted of your tagged of you that that shouldn't be there making sure that your brand is focused and delivered in a way that is managed by you after all if you don't tell your own story someone else is going to and the internet loves telling stories that aren't exactly what we want them to be. So when you're looking at individuals that have recently been released or people that are re entering the workforce discovering. How it is that you want to be known for what you want to be known is really important also being able to focus on your compliments, and those results is great determining a determining factor. Easy for me to say right determining factor that will help someone to really articulate what their value is. As they move forward. Other job. Search necessities like resumes, cover letters portfolio, creation development, those types of things. That's really. Kind of the cost of entry for any outplacement firm to be able to do that. But to do that in a way that's results focused and accomplishments focused in a resume is very very important. You know, you're gonna have between twelve and fifteen seconds with any recruiter with your resume in front of them. That's all you get. So do you really want them to know how many different technology platforms? If you're not an IT person. You really want them to know, how many technology platforms are how wonderful you think you are. Because you've used all kinds of self value have words to talk about humble wonderful of person, you are three. Do you want to just get right to the facts? So we helped them create practical resumes that will articulate those types of things then from there. It's really all about interview preparation, how do you? And when I say interview preparation, it's not just how do you interview? For a job. It's how do you interview a company and their culture? Gonna the days where it used to be a seller's market. It's a buyer's market. In the buyers are the employees that are out there. But the biggest single source of employee's are already employed. So what are they looking for? How do they determine what a culture is of an organization, and how do they create their own list of necessities for what they want to go after how do they evaluate that in a way that doesn't feel to an organization as though they're giving them the Spanish inquisition, if you will right in how do you discern or take information from a client and really kind of put a picture together of what their culture is then from there, it's all about employment contract compensation negotiation strategies, but the final step that we walk people through is really new role assimilation coaching. So we will help those individuals when they've been out place put the search process together, they get their job. We help them negotiate the contract, and then from there the next thirty sixty ninety days, they need to make sure that there are simulated into that new culture. More times than not where people are going to fail in new jobs is anywhere within the first ninety days. So we help those people as much or as little as they need to go through the assimilation coaching process. So they can figure not just where the restrooms are. But how do you deal with corporate politics? How do you a dentist what those are in? How do you start building your brand within that organization that you've chosen to go through because at the end of the day? We all get to choose where we go, right? I choose to work at L A group when I was in corporate America working for a fortune one twenty five for for fifteen years. I made a very deliberate choice to leave because my own criteria in what I wanted to do in the impact I wanted to have on. On my community. We can talk a little bit later maybe about why I decided to do that. But that's really what I was looking to to accomplish everyone has to find that story for themselves. And once they figured out what that is figuring out how they can assimilate into that new culture is critical and a real big determinant for future success. And it's funny when you think about it your life morphs into different careers and different employers. And I know that first hand I two I worked for a firm that a global firm inherent at a family firm, and it was a very deliberate decision to do that. And that's because I one of my passions is working directly with individuals and families and couples, and so I can relate exactly to what you said. But I can also say when you talk about assimilating, the new employers culture that is key because when I worked at the corporate side. I would work with new employees who would comment. Well, that's now how I've done it in the past or that's not how this is usually done. And what would go through my mind is really you. You know, you chose this company. So it's funny. I assumed it was a very deliberate choice and change needs to happen. And so we did help those individuals reprocess how we think and how we we did. Thanks, so, but so much of that is about purpose and about reasons for making changes, I mean, we we all look for different reasons, and we all have our own criteria. My youngest child is fourteen years old my daughter, and when she was nine I like to blame the whole reason for me changing my job on her in her. Maybe inadvertent inquisitiveness about asking me. Why I do what I do. And you know, I was she she caught me monologue in once upon a time, you know, as a parent, I sometimes. Do that circuits? But she she asked me she s to be a very simple question. She probably doesn't even remember this. It was four years ago now five years ago now, but she after I was done doing that. She looked at me so dead set dad, so tell me about you know, how do you deal with change every single day? And I'm sitting here talking.

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"crassus" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"But kids liked it argue though that Daffy his bits are really good. He kills in this movie. He kills it and they just understand the Daffy bottom of the totem pole thing right the bit. When he comes out audience, promptly stops cheer. That's is rate right? Look, stuff like that is fun. But then you also have lake when he dress up like Rodman. Some of that shit is dumb and Lola is the worst. Lola is like one of the grossest Crassus, like we don't understand women. This is targeted marketing characters of all time. Her characterization. She comes in everyone acts like they. Wanna fucker. They give her a Luga is right. Then they say, doll. And then his doll makes her so angry. She dunks well, they also make they seem very proud of the fact that after all that like they didn't think she could play right, she can this real. We are woman is good at basketball and she's tough. I feel like she was doesn't come up again. She's there. There's the moment. We're bugs almost dies and she gets a motion because apparently they're in love. He saves her overwrite. He saves right. And then right, almost gets crushed in the process does get crushed, almost dies. That's when they play for you. I will the love theme from shrimp. Yeah. Monica? Yes, yes, it's should he? Should he character? Yeah, it's shitty character anyway. After that. They play the monsters. Yeah, the game. Like there's like anything else. The game, last ten minutes. There's no training montage. The closest they get is the scene where they have to clean up the court. Right? But like every sports spit-shine. Yeah. Yeah. They spit a bunch David. They're all like, oh, we are clean this up and then task spins around fresh, like all those jokes are very, like, here's Billy west on a bunch of coke riffing ship. You know what the voice actor for foghorn not very, not good. Not a good there was like, I love foghorn and like there was not a lot of good stuff. One could say I'd better in this very episode. John him does a Bill farmer. Oh, who's not a bad voice over influence that does Silvester. Yeah. And you semi-state. But first half the game takes five minutes. It's literally just a series of lack out gags of them getting seventy. Because he's a mustache, then the hair goes all the way around is is well, it's when he has the hat off to render him because he ideas that his face is mostly obscured in shadow under. There's like hair. It just keeps going. I rose with links. One's eyebrows, do not link James's giving this a real furrowed sorta. You could say he's almost linking his eyebrows and frustration ranking at them, but you don't link your eyebrows to your damn mustache yells looks kind of like gossamer famous Lewington's monster gossamer hair monster, Goss ocher, right? Yes. Yes, right. Okay. Gossamer is the big red thing. Yeah. Yeah, Craig, Eric, look up Google seventy Sam without hat. It looks bad. You don't wanna see, you won't like it. I mean, doesn't he take hat off in this movie? Does he? There's the weird Pulp Fiction reference where he in Elmer Fudd, suddenly become Vincent gills and shoot one of them. Monsters teeth out of his head. I guess he just has more hair. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Got it. That the Pulp Fiction thing is we're right, but that's like the hot movie from the the kids sucks from me. No, it's definitely something referencing commercial campaigns and re brand loyalty and all of that, but it was them trying to boost these characters..

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"crassus" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"And now when he's at his, watching him compete is like watching a rabid dog while I it. So he's, he's, he's he's evolved into. It's fun for me to see that as like how come. I hated him sacked up play. And now it's like, well, I didn't even know anyone could compete the. So how many does he have eight or nine allot something like close enough where you're like? Well, he's got more than Agassi for sure is more the macro and he's got more than Conner's. I just for your listeners know at home, you're asking me trivia questions you to have computer sitting, look it up and see where I don't know. All right. And then women, I think. Jovovich wins. Yeah, I'm gonna say joker. Yeah. I'm gonna, say joker and then and then. Women. I still don't think Serena jugglers has thirteen see what you said. Eight timbers has fourteen Jovic if he wins this ties Pete Sampras. I think that while about that. The could have fourteen French Opens for all we know. But all has like he probably has seventeen or eighteen or seventeen, and this is insane. It's insane. We're literally watching the best I think. So we're golden age of tennis. And by the way you got three guys that have over that double digit went. So it's not like you're watching seventeen vase and fetter has what like twenty one or twenty twenty one. Yeah, but all of them are. There is on John one person. So it isn't. You know you, you're watching the golden age of tennis right now. I agree. Twenty federal one finish twenty in seventeen thirteen deflects this greatest ever question. He's so they go, Joey. Just played at that. Don't worry. Don't worry. Meanwhile, he's just like getting closer getting like he could be like, but in a dollars for such that is, that is maybe the greatest accomplish when you think about, can I say my own them in the French? Obviously he's beat him in Wimbledon. He's beat Federer like he came up in the time of the greatest. Any still has like. Eighteen grand shows. Yeah, Grady is there's a moment of of Nidal back who's like underneath the stadium. I think Wimbledon and he's like getting exciting. He's pumped up. He's in a doorway and he jumps up and he can access any Crassus head. Like to me, that's something I would do. Like instantly made me love him so much putting socks way my door bent down head, hit the same head hit. Just like the Dow head hits the candle. I come up blood start streaming down my head. My kids like start screaming at me like what is going on. And I'm like, I'm just being dumb dumb. I'm sorry. And then you had to go out and play interested in the USO that's ground. And I know we have to break. That's what I love about an adult. You're about to go play five and a half hours of tennis, and you're jumping, you're jumping up and down the hallway hand savings. Save it in football. If I play the game with some special teams, yeah, guy tackling. He runs around the field doing. I'm like, dude, you got four more hours football. Thank you. Bring that music academy, bringing in this fast, talk and houses, and we'll be back with more Michael Kasich. 'cause there's stuff 'cause I wanna talk about Serena and the black catsuit. Yeah, we'll get into that about the French Open when the French become Wimbledon. We'll talk about that on the side. This squad brothers, Michael cost of you. Cheap seats stay with us. Now, my friends..

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"crassus" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"And like you should not hate these guys, whether we don't like troll them, don't try to be fucking epic with them. Chances are it's not that good, your recycling something on two thousand thirteen. A like a girl who's Abby half of her face will DM you. It's not gonna happen. You're not gonna have sex. Twitter knows gonna think you're epic, but you know, is epic. These guys, these guys are actually gifted posters. I swear to God my fucking time line for two years. It's just, you know, to screen shots of two articles side-by-side or like people yelling at headlines. Life comes at you fast. And then you have these two guys who remember why we all came the internet to express yourself there. Let's explore the facts, single digit, body fat. That's number one. That's the first reason you should respect them. They are incredibly yo. I mean, we'll get to that important in the second would feel number two, there shirtless all the time and his awesome frankly, I'm here for it. They're fucking shirtless all the time retreat. They will never let anything slide. That's, you know what the thing that ruined the internet part one Parwan money. I know we're hypocrites. Monetize everything took the soul out of everything. But number two is that people couldn't admit when they were mad, that's when the soul sorta leave it. But the Crassus, teens, you say anything negative about them, they will. They'll fucking Email you, they'll call you will send it to. They'll just come to your house. It'd be like, you've mischaracterized what my brother and I have done. And first of all, because the thing we're talking about this week, they wrote a book, they wrote a children's book. So did we. About a about Donald Trump and it's called how people Trump Ronald plumper. Yeah. I feel to your point about how if you say anything about the Email you immediately of bullshit Ed emailed Catherine this morning to complain about an article. Fucking rules like so they wrote, they wrote this fucking children's book with illustrations. They got from five or from like some fucking confused guy in East Asia who does empha- functioning Konami because Merrick, imperialism and climate change, and the only way he can feed his family is these two SUV, yearly ill brothers or like, can you draw the president is a ferret and also make them fat. They do this and in the book, Robert Muller is Robert. Moral. Moral is just Jack's not act as the brothers. He's a Jack just like muscle pyramid with a boat. I, it looks like a chip. He looks like an old Chippendales dancer or Vince McMahon when he would wrestle and he's shirtless, no-one else shirt. Just the collar? Yeah, that's the Chippendales look, which really weird. You wound up Piece piece of of my my heart heart. real quick Ed emailed, Catherine, and then followed her immediately on Twitter. So alpha MU soon to be sliding the DMZ. I'm sure alpha move all. On future throwaway? Honestly, I am worried. Shirt on every we should. We should explain. We should give a little background. I want to get into the children's book that they wrote and they're spectacular. Meltdown. Only background you need to know is that these are like, you know, the guys who replied to every Trump tweet with like tick tock. Yeah, that's molar looking at his clock to rescue, but like most of those sauk they're not a tours. The Cressey is our because they'll reply to Trump. It'd be like truth Trump tweet, that's like, looks like Nelly or didn't ever dinner party this Hatter day, how sad? Not really. And just, you know, a brain fucking spasm. That makes no sense where you don't know any of the proper nouns, and then the Crassus teens, these fucking yoked brothers CGI are like the only dinner party. You're gonna be going one in jail. Right tweet. The amazing thing to be is that it's become common to refer to a lot of these people in the resistance as griffis. The idea that they are manipulating the popular opposition to Trump toward their own ends. But the crash scenes are unique in that they have a literal history of being actual con-artists, never arrested or convicted, but they had hundreds of thousands of dollars. They had, yes, millions of dollars that they had had invested with them confiscated by the FBI FBI. Now here's what they did. Basically, they didn't run a pyramid scheme..

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"crassus" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Now sean Sturdy John John Batchelor show classical, Greece classical, Rome The Greek and Latin scholars amongst what do they know here in the twenty first. Century that can help all of us we were deprived or, we skipped Latin and Greek in school and those of us who. Took, it may not have it polished however there are three subjects that everyone can unite on fascinating to study twenty five hundred, twenty, three, hundred two, thousand years, later Alexander, Hannibal and Caesar each man, a hero conquer, for his own, time, a new, book masters of command Alexander Hannibal Caesar and the genius. Of leadership, coming from a classical scholar in fact a professor, of history, and, classics at Cornell University Barry Strauss Barry congratulations, and good evening and these three names we could. Actually make them into ice cream flavors they're, so popular in the twenty, first century but in their own time they. Were rising men. Not all young men Alexander, was young Hannibal was not young but he was not old in Caesar was a mature, man, I, begin with, Alexander because, this is, the oldest this is fourth, century BC his, father Philip was, a, conquer very, successful and he put Alexander toward sixteen is my memory. Alexander was, successful at sixteen at eighteen again at twenty how, was Alexander, regarded, in the court and in Macedonia as Philip's, son was he seemed to be a rising star. A chip off the old block or was, he seen as a weak, or deficient or vein in some fashion good. Evening a professor Good evening. And it's great to be here thanks for having me that's terrific question I think that those are new hell exander past Joe talented he was even, young man and just how formidable he didn't know him that well it was, easy to. Underestimate him He was so young and relatively inexperienced and father cats such a. Giant, shadow really had taken mastodon from From the booties to being the leading state in. The Greek world revolution that fill up at undertaken creating the modern Macedonian state, and creating Macedonian armed forces. It was hard to. Believe that Alexander at the age of twenty father's. Shoes let alone at do them and yet he did The great surprise to many people many subjects would build when he came on the throne in both the states to the north of mastodon dominated and boosted. The south but most of many of the Greek city states rebel particularly feed, an avenue and bathing never. Thought that our exander Dominate the MSCI would was Alexander understood as a fighter a ruler a kid would they have disregarded him. Because of his age absolutely you know the age would have been a complete turn off to the capable of time Young, men I thought they were hot bird and inexperienced and incapable the judgement and What was needed to. Succeed and they they really, underestimated Alexander supremely talented and to. Take a homeboy metaphor he was the coach's son somebody who had been In feel Entire life but he also was smart enough to know what he. Didn't know and he made sure that he had senior men around him Who could fill in the blanks so he was. Incapable of filling in and he deferred to them when necessary Particularly early in his career it's one of the secrets of six hundred success He also had a very very good he, was very intelligent very good judgement. So he knew when to say no. Them but he kept them around important they were And No end, Hannibal this is the next. Century the third century BC hannibal's born to forty-seven around his thirtieth. Birthday he makes the big move to March on. Rome but he also is the son of a very successful military. Commander hammock are Barca and Hamill car Barca made his sons reputation by introducing them to the army when they were in. Spain this was another chip off the block was he well regarded at thirty as old enough to take command into a against Rome Was very well. Regarded particularly in the army I mean there's army cleaned position of power and he had succeeded in fighting against the Spanish tribes To, make his name like that of course the fact that Father was so. Famous and that he seemed to be looked like his father. He acted like his father that inspired confidence among demented army one of the great questions about. Hannibal is what people thought of him on the home front we know that the. Family had, a reputation for Being champions with the common man. And having the support of ordinary people in Carthage Dominated by an oligarchy by the Carthaginians. Senate and although our, sources are highly imperfect it seems as two minds. About Hannibal on the, one hand they respected. Him and what his family had achieved on, the other hand they, distrusted images family they. Practically ran an independent kingdom in Spain and, he was young so they supported him they desperately wanted a war revenge against well they're like Germany after the. First World War that wants to fight a war of revenge against b speaks defeated it Ticket for doing so but they were not willing to write him a blank check as it turns. Out The Senate played Hannibal like a tool as opposed to obeying him. And Hannibal never made a move, the way we'll see with, Caesar to take over the. Senate in Carthage it didn't come to that now but. We must mention Caesar Caesar is a mature person I think he's around fifty when he crosses the Rubicon he has become. One of the senior and most successful commanders enrollment history by conquering Gaul, bloodily and brutally over many decades he has a, very loyal the the legions are very loyal to him but his rival Pompey at this time outshines him does that mean that Caesar, is seen as an upstart as an outsider when he makes the move on Rome Outsider but he, is seen his enemies always thought of him quite correctly as somebody who is unscrupulous and who would stop it Nothing to succeed and they worried about getting somebody would overturn the Roman constitution for his own and They didn't much like, Pompey either the men of the Senate. And they recognize it Pompey and Caesar similar in many ways but they rightly saw Pompey recognized limits puppy was not Pompey was not. Willing to do anything. To get ahead Pompey wanted in. The end to be admired by the system here's an. Establishment figure he, wanted to have huge power recognize this number one season would have liked that too But. He engaged in methods Senate consider. Just unacceptable he was much more of a demo Don Pompey was much more. Populous than Pompey which made the Senate nervous And I think the Senate, rightly felt that, Caesar was much more of a longterm than Pompey. Whatever be, awful lack the killer instinct that Caesar had in spades so yes he was seen as a very dangerous figure not really an outsider because he was a member of. The Roman aristocracy Nadine away, seen as a traitor to his class I've. Often wondered professor Crassus Crassus is killed in the, eastern a battle but Crassus was the. Third part of the try a triangle of. Pompey Caesar and Crassus and I've often puzzled whether Crassus is death this is. A man who played most famously by Laurence Olivier in Spartacus movie, Crassus, is the one who finally conquers. Spartacus any, celebrated because he he he put down the slave? Revolt does Crassus his death triggered? This dispute, between Caesar and Pompey. The absence of the, third part I mean that's an excellent. Question if Crassus had lived it would, have made it more difficult You, might have he might. Very well have played, a mediating role between Caesar and Pompey And I mean by. No means was it impossible to have compromise when teaser cost accounting started the. Civil War I. Think part of the problem with that the Senate chef didn't trust Caesar What's. Your wanted was not that extreme but the Senate thought where is this going to lead Pompey Crassus had been. Around he might have been to step in and come up with a compromise I could easily. Imagine it happening in forty nine so you're, right crisis is. Death did make the stakes higher did. Raise the. Stakes and it did make it more difficult for, Pompey and Caesar seeking to agree. Let's cross the. Line with the three Alexandra Hannibal. And Caesar masters of command is the, book bury Strauss professor, Barry Strauss is the author when? We? Come back the three. Heroes go to war I'm John Batchelor this is the John Batchelor show.

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"crassus" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on KGO 810

"The third of a trilogy and it's, sad to see Cicero go though is with us two thousand years. Later this is the. Decline and fall of Cicero man of public strength at. The same time he was committed to an idea in his mind Republic whereas the senators the ruling elite and the people would go back and forth between who pays them well. And who's more dangerous and who has the dominant story at this moment whereas the story begins the triumvirate, have formed and they are. Extra-legal to say. That they act like dictators but it's a free. Man triumvirate we do we know about Julius, Caesar will meet him again he's the outsized general who operates in Gaul but the other, two are. Also important because ahead of us is a? Civil war puppy the great what. Do we need to know about him Robert and his relationship to Cicero Pump it right was Kind of a big the biggest figure in the Roman Republic by far fall bigger. This time of season he was a great. War hero. Dominant A big man in every sense. He looked like an all in wrestler Cicero was his His man really sincerely supported him disaster I facility Was when Pompey formed this alliance. With Caesar They married Caesar's daughter sees a bizarrely, even though he was older, than sees season became his father in law and the two of them made an alliance and Cicero wouldn't join it as so Pompey who all has been his great supporter turned. Against Cicero and sister. Was obliged to flee this happens a lot when the what you thought was your. Ally becomes your enemy because of another relationship and the third member. Of the triumvirate is Crassus in the picture I always get of Crassus always always always is a, grasping an extremely extremely ambitious man is that is that what Cicero made of him Oh yes he was says sister I've never really cared for him at all they were enemies from time to time they would have to make peace but sister I've never cared for him no Crassus Crassus is it's interesting crisis is one of those. Figures that you get in political systems the very very. Rich businessman who tries to. Buy his way into power I'm not going to mention any names, in your own political system, absolutely unnecessary to mention anything it's a common phenomenon and that is crisis he was the richest man in Rome or at least he was until a pumpkin seeds outstripped him and. That was to be. Quite important because the Roman Republic was really rut being run by these three men. Pulpy control the east of the season in trouble west and Crassus. Was right rich for the other two became very richer than he was and so crashes sponsored have, a share of the glory and really The beginning. Of the end of the triumvirate was. Crassus being determined to go off, and try and conquer what is really. Modern day, Iraq and Iran the. Story opens with Cicero all in doubt and he's in exile in. It's incredibly, hot and he's he's marginalized he figures he's lost his chance. But his cook his correspondence with Caesar will revive his chances Caesar. At this point is has. Not conquered the Celts yet he's not conquered. All of Gaul the commander of the, Gauls is still thank you has not died yet so Caesar. Is upcoming at the beginning of this story Caesar from Cicero's point of view is both admired and feared is my reading of the way you present Cicero was that insists rose letters did he have a mixed opinion of Caesar always both both celebrating. And then aware of, the fact that the man was a killer Yeah absolutely The complexity of relationships is is. Is, fascinating Cicero definitely admired season away and seizes Cetinje rather liked Cicero sees it was a much. Harder individual and he was a military genius. Whereas Cicero was always first and foremost civilian and as the rule of law undermined by the triumvirate finished off by to say it. Gave way to whoever controlled the biggest army so the relationship, between seasons Cicero changed and in the end the book is called, dictates because because that that is what happens the triumvirate. Became unstable and finally season triumphed and Cicero in the second part, of the book had to make. His arrangements make an accommodation would sees it it's all. About power relationships between the path and Kato Oh Kato is the conscience of. The Republic from Cicero's point of view what is always convincing, about Kato and as I understand it George Washington that lot celebrated, Kato in the eighteenth century so it connects to the creation of the American Republic Cato was uncompromising that exhausted Cicero frustrated, him annoyed him did he find. Competition with Cato when Cato spoke very relationship I mean Kato Was. Terrific in many, ways he was unyielding you was the very opposite of of of the slippery and slide, Cicero for, instance when sees triumphed and goal and wiped out hundreds of thousands of Germans and Celts and the Roman Republic Senate proposed his fifteen days of. Celebration Kato rose in the Senate and, said on the contrary sees it should be handed over the Walker to the, Germans and she'll be tried by them because he's disaster on the Republic by fighting people with, him we had no quarrel entirely. Illegally I, mean it was breathtaking Breathtakingly dangerous, thing to do One. Cannot help but admire, cater but in the end his rigid unbending view of politics drove the Republican side over a cliff He wouldn't accommodate Caesar, in any way and the lack of subtlety helped precipitate, the civil war which ultimately this destroyed the Roman Republic and. A Mark Antony his name will come up in the course. Of the drama and of course he is the driving force that eventually on on horses Cicero and leads. To his death but as the story opens as Cicero faces the triumvirate Marc Antony is just one of number of strong young men, whom Caesar blesses but there's nothing. Special about him, he's descended however from a man whom Cicero had murdered to. Stop a conspiracy the Catalan conspiracy does that give Mark Antony and an, edge over Cicero that revenge Yes I think so I mean it's often overlooked, the fact that I mean what's really forcing sister and, it's noble to flee was the he was in charge of. The Senate when they put to death five conspirators one of. Whom as you say was mall constantly stepfather Mark Antony was any about eighteen at the time but of. Course he never forgot it and now this volume the sins of Cisco from from the previous volume come back to haunt him because, as you said Mark Antony it. Was a very, considerable soldier who became effectively seizes second-in-command becomes a powerful figure. And he and Cicero are constantly sniping at one another they didn't like, one another Cicero regarded as a great threat in the noble Cicero says he's. Julius Caesar about the brains And I think that probably pretty well sums up to Cicero thought have. Been Cicero has a family and. We'll meet. His family and the one member of his family he. Loves more than any other his daughter when we come back Robert Harris is the, author dictator the third. Of the trilogy imperium. Conspirator and this. The decline in. Fall of Cicero two thousand years later he's not going anywhere he's..

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"crassus" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Trilogy and it's sad to see Cicero go though is with us two thousand years later this. Is the decline and fall of Cicero man of public strength at the same time he was committed to, an idea in his mind. Republic whereas the. Senators the ruling elite and the people would go back, and forth between who pays them well and, who's more dangerous and who has the dominant story at this moment whereas the story, begins the. Triumvirate have formed and they are extra-legal to? Say that they act like dictators, but it's a free man triumvirate we. Need do we know about Julius Caesar. Will meet him again he's the outsized general who operates. In Gaul but the other two are also important because. A head of the civil war puppy the great what do we need to know about him Robert and his relationship to Cicero Pump was Kind of the big the biggest figure in the Roman Republic by far far bigger, this season he wasn't great war hero Dominant A big man in every. Sense he looked like an Olympic wrestler Cicero was his His man. Really supported him Disaster I assist rose when Pompey, formed this alliance with, Caesar, the company married Caesar's Dalton sees a bizarrely. Even though he was older Let's he's season became his, father and the two. Of them Megan alliance and sister wouldn't join it Pompey. Who'd all has been great supporter turned against Cicero I was obliged to flee this happens a lot when the what you thought was your ally, becomes your enemy because of, another relationship and the third member of the triumvirate Crassus in the picture, I always get of Crassus always always? Always is a, grasping an extremely extremely ambitious man is that. Is that what Cicero made of him Oh yes Was. Says sister I've never really from. A tool they were enemies from time. To time they would have to make peace. That sister I've never cared. For him, no Crassus Crassus is. It's interesting crisis is one of those figures that you get in. Political, systems very very rich businessman who tries to buy his way. Into our I'm not going to mention any names in your own. Political system Apps unnecessary to mention any. Names it's a common phenomenon. And that, is crisis he was. The richest man in Rome or at least he was until concrete. And, sees outstripped him and that was to be quite important because. The Roman Republic was really rut being run by these free men Pulpy control the east of the season trail the west. And Crassus, was very rich for the other two became, very richer than he, was so crisis wanted to, have a, share of. The Gloria and is the beginning, of the end, of the triumvirate was Crassus being determined to go, off and try and conquer what is really modern day Iraq and Iran the story opens with. Cicero all in doubt and he's in exile and it's an incredibly hot. And he's he's marginalized he figures he's lost his chance. But his cook his correspondence with Caesar will revive his chances Caesar at this point is. Has not conquered the the Celts yet he's. Not conquered all of Gaul the commander, of the Gauls is still expect you has not died yet. So Caesar is upcoming at the beginning of this story Caesar from Cicero's point of view is both admired and Feared is my reading of the. Way you present Cicero was that insists rose letters did he have a. Mixed opinion of Caesar always both both celebrating and then. Aware of the fact that the man was a killer Yeah absolutely The complexity relationships. Is, fascinating Definitely admired season away and. Seizes Cetinje rather liked sisters It was. A much harder individual and he was a military genius Whereas Cicero was always first and foremost, a civilian and as the rule of law undermined by the triumvirate unfinished. Off by Julius season gave way to whoever controlled the, biggest army so relationship between seasons have changed and, in the end the. Book is called the. Taste because of course that is what happens the triumvirate became unstable And finally Triumphed, and Cicero In the second part of the book had to, make his arrangements make an. Accommodation with Caesar it's all about power and relationships between the. Path and Cato Cato is the conscience of the Republic from Cicero's, point of view what is always convincing about Cato as, I understand, it George Washington and that lot celebrated Kato in. The eighteenth century so it connects to the creation of. The American Republic Cato was uncompromising that exhausted Cicero frustrated. Him annoyed him did he find competition with Cato when Cato spoke Very ambivalent relationship I mean Kato Was. Terrific in many, ways it was. Unyielding it was the very opposite of of of the Korean slide sister Coordi- when sees the triumphed and go all in. Wiped out hundreds of thousands of Germans, and counts and, the Roman Republic Senate proposed his fifteen days of celebration Kato rose in the Senate and said on the contrary season should be handed over the Walker to. The Germans and should be tried. By them, because he's brought disaster on. The Republic by, fighting people with. Him we had no quarrel entirely illegally I mean it was breathtaking Breathtakingly dangerous, thing to do One. Cannot help but admire, case but in the end his rigid unbending view of politics drove the Republican side over a cliff He wouldn't accommodate Caesar, in any way and the lack of subtlety helped precipitate, the civil war which destroyed the Roman Republic and. A Mark Antony his name will come up in the course. Of the drama and of course he is the driving force that eventually on horses Cicero and leads. To his death but as the story opens as Cicero faces the triumvirate Marc Antony is just one of a number of strong young men, whom Caesar blesses but there's nothing. Special about him, he's descended however from a man whom Cicero had murdered to. Stop a conspiracy the Cadillac conspiracy does that give Mark Antony and an, edge over Cicero that revenge Yes I think so I mean often overlooks the fact that I mean what's, really forcing sister and there's no. To flee was, that he was in charge of the Senate when they put. To death five conservatives one of whom as you say was mall constantly, stepfather Mark Mark Antony, was, anybody eighteen at the time but of course he never forgot it And now this volumes the sins of From from the previous. Thought him come back, to haunt him Because as you say Mark. Antony it was a very considerable soldier, who became effectively seizes second in command becomes a powerful. Figure and he and Cicero are constantly sniping at one another they didn't like one another Cisco regarded as a great threat in the novel Cicero says he's. Julius Caesar about the brains I think that probably pretty well sums up to sister and sort. Of Cicero has a family and. We'll meet. His family and the one member of his family he. Loves more than any other his daughter when we come back Robert Harris is the, author dictator the third. Of the trilogy imperium. Conspirator and this. The decline and. Fall of Cicero two thousand years later he's not going anywhere he's with us I'm..

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"crassus" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"And then what happens next is hard for historians to explain Spartacus, I guess could have tried possibly where he was out to escape via another port. I don't know. Maybe those, maybe those pirates kind of, you know, poison the well for him trying to use a c, could it tried to escape to another part of Italy? His force wasn't, I guess, completely trapped at any still had roughly thirty thousand troops able to. Fight, but for reasons lost to history. He decides to attack Crassus. Maybe he was just, you know, that aggressive maybe like, no, it was pride or something. The final battle took place in April seventy one BC somewhere in the upper scenarious valley Solarz valley sparks. A strategy appears to have been twofold. Usually use his cavalry to attack crosses archers and missile throwers wall Spartacus within leads infantry in an attempt to kill Crassus directly hoping that his army would fall apart after his death will crass built trenches to block spark, assist cavalry prompting a wild melee when spark has been jumped in and tried to stop their construction and then eventually spark his lined up his men for battle and then crashes lined up his men and then check this shit out. Now the two armies lined up for battle oppose each other, getting ready to have a big epic fight, and then Plutarch road the just before this battle Spartak his gets off his horse and then kills his horse and tells his men. If he won the battle, he would have many fine horses that belong to the enemy. But if he lost, he would have no need of a horse. That is some serious man shit. I have never done anything. One percent is mainly as that in my tire life. Sometimes I've thought about getting out of my truck in a moment in road rage and punches somebody out in traffic, but I've never done it. Yeah, I'm sure out of some kind of fear of yellow people a lot, but but it's never really went farther than that other than some childhood pushing light punching kind of stuff. Spartak is killed his fucking horse in front of his men. They told him they're gonna take the enemy's horses or they're not gonna need horses because they're going to be dead. That is some serious. You know, tonight we dine in hell. That's an that shit Spartak his his cavalry, apparently unable to reach Crassus missile Trowers and archers undeterred spark the head of his troops and on foot lead. The charge against Crassus Spartacus is said to have hacked down to centurions in his final attempt, but it was in vain. There's varying accounts about his death, but the all end with him being surrounded and then killed, and then with his death is army falls apart and crashes, and other Roman forces hunt down the remaining rebels. Now the body, the body of skews me of Spartacus was apparently never identified. In his story, and his final struggle might have left only the badly, disfigured body of a soldier dressed in ordinary armor. So just wouldn't be able to be distinguished from other men. So you know, it's, I think somebody won't have this fantasy that like he escaped that's I don't think so it's very highly, highly, highly unlikely. He's probably just buried in a mass grave with the rest of his troops. And you know, even if archaeologists find it, they're not gonna be able to distinguish this famous commander from any of the other troops because he wasn't wearing anything different than them. While most of his army of slaves were killed in this battle, the remaining army, six thousand were captured, and then six thousand were crucified along the way from Rome to Capela a reminder to other slaves to never do this again, six thousand crucifixions. That's a lot of work for somebody. You know, somebody flipped their shit when they hurt when they had that order to pull that off. He wants. He wants to crucify how many six thousand has he lost his mind. We don't have that many crosses. We can't build that many. We don't have the nails. We all the time. He's. He said what he says, have it done by Monday or I will be crucified. Okay. All right. All right. All right. We'll figure something out somebody's. There's got to be a good would or nail guy around here somewhere up Narayan while Spartak his uprising was crushed. His memory does live on more so than the Romans who fought against him or otherwise opposed him..

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"crassus" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Snip tune. It gets tricky. Uris see thief. Spartakist ordered his troops to assemble boats of their own. You try to cross himself. They succeeded in building a number of boats, but they, they weren't good enough to make across the strait. So he he's, he's, he's kind of abandoned that plan is trips are stuck on the Italian mainland two damn miles, and it didn't have the seafaring knowledgeable at off. So this leaves products with no choice, but to go back up north again this time, you know, by the time he'd reached the straits and been trying to get across and had the whole pirate debacle in a new leader named Marcus lascivious Crassus as taken command of the Roman forces against him. Now, Crassus was a little more formidable than previous guys who'd come after him. He was wealthy individual very wealthy able to raise a large army and pay them at least in part out of his own pocket, and he was a ruthless motherfucker in his business dealings. Plutarch said crashes had a scheme where he bought up the burning properties and the buildings in a neighborhood of those alight as the owners would surrender them for small, some of money out of fear and uncertainty set that he thought that he might have also set. Fires to get kind of that stuff that's messed up, you know. So said a neighbor it on fire, then come to us terrible. We'll up. I'll buy properties. I know it's not worth much, but I'll take it his in his military life. He's even more rootless among us forces with the remnants of legions belong into Gillies and lentil that had been previously defeated by Spartacus. And as a consequence, quote, Crassus selected every tenth man from the consular legions by lot and had him executed, an opinion wrote debt. He also revived a practice called decimation where units that ran away from the enemy would draw. Lots have a random number of soldiers killed by being clubbed or stoned to death at Stetson some hardcore shit. So you know, needless to say, discipline tightens up a lot under Crassus. Now they're going to fight hard against Marcus or they're going to be clubbed to death. Still knowing that many of Rome's bestsellers were outside Italy, fighting. Other wars crashes proceeds carefully when moving against Spartacus, rather than trying to openly battle hymn in southern Italy, he builds a system of fortification centered on. Me ridge in an effort to trap Spartacus and starve his troops which you know that other guy tried earlier, we'll Spartak his responds situation by offering a peace treaty that Crassus rejects Spartacus has cost too much may by this point to to get any kind of truce. And then perhaps his own soldiers beginning to a waiver Spartak as stiffens resolve by crucifying Roman soldier, and then put him put him up on the cross for all to see served as a visual demonstration to his own men of what would happen to them. If they did not win, wrote happy and in and he would be right here about what would happen to them. If they didn't win is we'll find out here. Soon. Spartak is eventually managed to break through Crassus. His trap by by filling in one of the trenches crashes had Doug to entrap him with human bodies. You know, the bodies of men who died in battle and then riding over the top of these bodies of cavalry. Mansa God, dang man had his horses run over a bridge, made out of dudes. A dude bridge having flashbacks to Cortez Aztec suck, man member Cortez had to do something similar to escape from them. You know with with the as against run from the Aztecs now, dude, bridges, man, what a, what? A terrible way to travel. We'll wall. Spartak has escaped Crassus trap temporarily. This hurts him overall injured riders say that he loses thousands of soldiers in the breakout attempt. Furthermore, split emerges in the rebel camp and some of his army take off again. So you know, it's division and his army again, and then also would hurt him as crass get some Roman reinforcements in the spring seventy one BC the men who split away from his camp or crushed by the Romans, and then those extra Roman forces land in Brindisi him. This port crushing the hope that the rebels had for getting out of Italy by using that port..

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"crassus" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Point only have one powerplays saint louis three break go now on the far corner blue zone twenty nine seconds on the clock brickell stamp standing still in the circle to write a jake allen now he'll move the puck ever so slowly to a blue line passing on the left wing at center ice drives it down the dasher and ends up aside the hawk net ruby stops for keith moves it up the right side to camp he'll fire it down ice hustling play by stroz parade go to the datsun abruzzo no icing hit a stroz right corner with four senator campway ricochet past alan the red light never came on they're going to review this one one point four remains on the clock let's see what we what an effort by bennie heinous droese though is about ten seconds on the clock from the hawks exited their own zone little chip down the boards by schmaltz any hint a completely outskated break breakout then just work the puck around david camp follows it up and crashes the front of the net goal hawker up three to two this is a killer for the saint louis blues one point four on the clock david camp is going to pick up the goal in this one excellent job by the hawks finish off the cloth it's his fourth goal of the season yeah it ends up in the back of the net for that goal and every blackhawks goal scored tonight nissan will make a generous one hundred dollars donation to little friends in naperville gerald cares and now there could be a goaltender challenge david camp crassus towards the front of the net mike yo is taking a good long look at this before he decides the referee's got to get him to make a decision one way or the other you can't wait all that long yeah they're going to do a gold no they're going to drop the puck so mike decides that this is not worthy of a coach's challenge and maybe because they've had five goalie interference challenges and all have been unsuccessful keep actually keep a status for that boy a nice job by bennie tastic effort for him to the gate that icing first and foremost and then get the puck to the.

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"crassus" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"crassus" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Come from empire as being among the men any kohl's is which uh begin to shatter the very ethical a mole foundations of rome it's so leading to the outbreak of the conflict among those who should be closest to each other fellow citizens but those who become most murderous the antagonistic to one another again those fellow citizens fighting coal authority and control and supremacy within the republican road with so long after in the next century in fact it's possible to see where the roman civil war begins the professor makes it very clear that we can dated it eighty eight b c with sala leading the army against rome and cayenne car and at this point contests singh who is in charge with the senate which is rest publika sala begins it but it's his alliance with pompey and crisis that create what we would say today was an oligarchy not anything that would naturally lend itself to civil war and yet professor if i read this correctly this is is a literary construction that's going on i got very suspicious david i really did because much of this history we know from the poet send the philosophers in the historians who who have their agendas and who a root for people so can we take this is good history cela and crassus and pump be before cesar arise or is it just convenient now is a dramatic history cricket tony very dramatic history and its dramatic vote precisely the reason that you suggest cooked uh dramatists and poets especially the early modern period that scheme seventy eighteenth centuries all possessed by this particular uh capture roman history it uh uh the richness of the uh the individual conflict look a cloudy individuals in conflict in that period uh and the way in which the romans themselves to over uh the implication of the political the ethical with philisophical implications these conflicts provide rich paul to of full poet dramatist sever off to most shakespeare's play for the old history placed us about oldest history plays went though about england dole especially those without work uh the about rome are about civil war and that still i think affect very strongly our own imagination uh what civil war look like coming from use roman commendations uh any good history while it was good history for.

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