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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

04:37 min | 4 months ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Rest of the day figuring out how to combine their strengths. It was a good thing, too, because the Jaguar came back the very next day. Hey, you little liars! He roared jumping down from the woods. I'm back and this time. You won't trip me up. Holly and Travis were ready for him, so they didn't scream or try to run. They had come to the river to eat and they couldn't let themselves be bullied away. Sure you have it right this time. Holly asked Oh I'm sure, said Davi. My Mom taught me a song, so I wouldn't forget again. Turtles have a shell that you can't squish. They go underwater like a school of fish for hunting. You should know they swim pretty good, but walk pretty slow. If you WANNA eat them well, you gotta scoop them out of their shell and hedgehogs have a lot of spines. Got Big pokey backs all cupboard with four. Can you time when they hear your mind? He call. They'll ride up tied into a ball if you WANNA pounce with thunder. You gotTa Dunk them under. So see Davi. Said prowling forward. I know which is which and you can't wait. What are you doing? This is what the friends had been waiting for. As soon as the Jaguar came closer, they both slipped into their shells and rolled up like a hedgehog. What's going on? You both have shells, but you're all rolled up your shading again. He pounced on Holly and then Travis he batted around and pushed them into the water, but their shells kept them safe. Their roles kept them from being scooped, and Travis had even taught holly the secret to holding her breath, so even dunking them under didn't work. That's it. You are liars, and now you're cheaters. You going to eat us, so we're just keeping safe. Well. It's not fair. The Jaguar roared. You're not hedgehogs or turtles. The, truth is he was right with their rolling and shells and water and everything else. They weren't a hedgehog or a turtle anymore in joining together holly and Travis had become something new. They had become armadillos the first two in the world. You can't get us, said Holly, feeling not so hapless for the first time in a long time, so just leave us alone. Yeah said Travis. We got roles. We got shells and you can't eat us. What ever I give up, said Davi the Jaguar. He batted them around a few more times, but they just rolled safe in their shells. Finally frustrated beyond belief. He stormed away in a half. That night he told his mom about the new creature, and she told him to just leave it alone. There are plenty of other things to eat animals that could curl their shells and hold their breath. Just weren't worth the trouble. Once they realized they were safe. Holly and Travis talked about switching back. Do you want your shellback asked Holly I could always go back to spikes. No Way said Travis you. Keep it so we can both roll around together. Deal said Holly and they stayed armadillos happy and safe together. Over time they taught many of their friends and families, the trick of combining their powers to and today Armadillos live safely and happily all over the world. And Jaguars they look for easier meals. The End. Today story with our powers combined was an adaptation of one of Roger Kipling's just so stories written for you by Daniel Hynes, and performed for you buy me Amanda Weldon with a Song Bias, both if you would like to support stories podcast, you can.

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

06:14 min | 7 months ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"What froggy does in Gray structure? Oh Law I know the King God. These raw to not king will ask to the other. Frogs heard them complain and laughed at the Grumpy Group. But the spirit heard it as well. She had given them what they'd asked for the leader they needed but apparently it wasn't enough for them. Oh Hey her. Voice said coming from the water itself to talk to the old bullfrog and his friends. You a charge. Yes we do you get those lazy laugh. Absolutely you see that is wrong. Yes please yes okay. Who suddenly there was a dark shadow. Cast over the grumpy group of frogs. What's that one asked way up in the air? The shadow grew larger as whatever it was approached from the sky. It's our new king said the bullfrog. The spirit has brought us the king. We deserve. He didn't know how right he was a second later. The shadow landed before them and spread. Its wings it wasn't a king but a bird a massive crane with an elegant neck and along hungry beak one of the grumpy frogs hopped up to it and bowed low. Greetings my Liege. The crane squawked bent down and swallowed the frog whole oh ono cried the bullfrog. The crane turned and let out a cry. That sounded like a t rex roar to the poor little frogs. It launched forward and gobbled up another of the group before the rest scattered in every direction. Run they cried everyone run. The crane darted among them swallowing grumpy group of frogs. One by one until only the bullfrog was left. He managed to jump inside the floating log. The spirit had sent and wedged way in the back. Go Away he shouted. Don't eat me. The bird balked and bore its beacon further snapping bear inches from the bullfrogs Saggy Lips. Stop Stall Up. He cried and then the water next to him formed a face. Oh this one. The spirit asked even as the crane screened and pecked harder ripping free a piece of old wood and nearly biting the bullfrog into it. In this one no please. The bullfrog whimpered pressing his bulky body into the water trying to the screaming crane beak as it snapped at him over and over but strong. Dare Shoe schlaize. He saw the crane finally smashed in and grabbed the bullfrog in its beak. No he cried. No WE DON'T EAT. King we don't need okay. The crane vanished in a puff of smoke and all the frogs it had gobbled reigned from its belly and splashed back into the pond. The bullfrog included. They dragged themselves wide eyed and sputtering back to the log. The spirit had given them so How did the king go? The Wardi Frog asked smiling around a fly. She was munching. Wow Law wouldn't you know it but we've come around to your way of thinking. The bullfrog said this here log will make up perfect king of the frogs right except you know queen of the frogs said the Wardi one Queen King. Either way is fine. The bullfrog mumbled bull like are. You sure asked the tree frog. We can always call the spirit back again. No that's quite all right. I think we're better off. Just you know having fun. The forty one offered yes Let's let's just have some fun. The bullfrog agreed then. He paused looking down at his big webbed feet We've never we've never had fun before. Could you maybe show us how? Oh love cars. She agreed and the rest of the day was spent teaching the grumpy group. How to play tag and hide and seek and Lily Pad leap and all their other favorite games and by the end. The grumpy group wasn't so grumpy and none of them wished for a king ever ever again the end. Today's story King of the frogs was an adaptation of an ace ops fable written for you by Daniel Hynes and performed for you buy me Amanda Weldon if you would like to support stories podcast you can leave us a five star review on itunes debt ad free episodes and more at Patriot dot com slash stories. Check out all of our MERCH available at Stories. Podcast DOT com slash shop or simply. Tell your friends about us. Thanks for listening..

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

02:27 min | 7 months ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"The brightly shining. Mandarin Duck waddled up as well kinder than we were to you. Where sorry for how we treated you. Well that's okay said Fan. Thanks for saying so. She turned to go back inside but they waived her to stop. Wait trilled the LARK. I have something for you. He slapped up to fan and put his beak to hers. The gift of music passed from him to her and when fan opened her mouth she found herself trilling a beautiful song. The sparrowhawk came next and gifted fan a mighty beak and gleaming talons. Finally the Mandarin Duck and all the rest each pulled off their brightest and most beautiful feather and gave it to fan to keep soon her. Plumage was the prettiest of all. And when you looked at her she seemed to shine like the sun itself. You were always the best of US said the lark solemnly a now. We'd like you to be the leader of the birds. We are at your service said. The sparrowhawk fans smiled and took their gifts offer a moment returning to her small warbling ash colored self her valuable self. Thank you for all of this. She said but I'd settle for just being your friend. Of course. They agreed to that but insisted she keep the gifts to for whenever she may want to use them. And that's how fan became the first Phoenix able to change from ordinary ash to the leader of all the birds reborn over and over and forever welcomed anywhere. She went the end. Today's story Phoenix feathers. Was a story inspired by fables from Greece and China written for you by Daniel Hynes and performed for you buy me Amanda Walden with a song also by me if you would like to support stories podcast you can leave us. A five star review on I tunes get ad free episodes and more at Patriotair Dot com slash stories. Check out Oliver merch available at stories. Podcast DOT com slash shop or simply. Tell your friends about us. Thanks for listening..

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I mean that scene a commodity strategist Daniel Hynes is it too early to be talking about the potential closure of the straits of Hormuz which could potentially this rob global oil supply I mean that's one of the the possibilities at the moment I think the risks to that caring a relatively low the thing high yeah last year when we actually sore tax on on on tank is there for me it's it's more the risks around five rock itself and and obviously some of the the the other actors within the the industry in particular then is why not I think for a rock if the conflict as white in within that country then we've got a significant issue there it's the second biggest I pick up producer and and certainly the U. S. so spies has being involved in by its own supply yeah to react to disruptions within the Middle East Side around yeah that does rise the the possibility of some some disruptions in that in that country outside of that I think in Venice why does it probably involved and then the door I government there with the U. S. focus more on on the Middle East and we're likely to say ongoing issues as a result on the on the oil industry and invite is so I was really impact output there is well you're more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings markets headline and breaking news twenty four hours a day the Bloomberg business the Bloomberg business slash in Moscow it is seven seventeen on Wall Street and Bloomberg daybreak is on a customer terminals ring you all the news you need to start your day let's get a check of the latest headlines it had a George at the Bloomberg daybreak desk good morning Hannah good morning Karen around five fifty missiles at US bases in a rock risking further action from president trump Iran says the move concludes proportionate measures in retaliation for the killing of an Iranian general meantime president trump tweets all is well and so far so good well damage assessments continue he'll make a statement this morning a Boeing seven thirty seven crashed after takeoff in Tehran killing all one hundred seventy six passengers and crew around transport ministry suggested a fire was to blame and some sing B. turnings estimates for the fourth quarter results driven by smart phones she has gained one point eight percent and so full of in using the start was a checkout daybreak on your mobile phone on the green tick anywhere up Karen alright Hannah thank U. S. and P. futures now about six point two Dow futures down nineteen nasdaq futures of sixteen the dachshund Germany's up two tenths percent ten year treasury of one thirty second year of one point eight one percent may yield on the two year one point five three percent NYMEX crude oil is down to ten percent of thirteen cents at sixty two fifty eight a barrel and call my school of a third of a percent or five dollars ten cents at fifteen seventy nine sixty an ounce and that's a Bloomberg business flash Tom and John Kerin thanks so much to a.

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"When she finished her song it was all just too much she had started the day the biggest biggest in the world and now she knew she was so much less than she had thought and the rest of the world was so much more something gave gave way in her chest and she burst into tears. Hey don't cry. Sally snapped her head up. Who had said that? Don't be afraid. Afraid another creature was wriggling out of the dirt and roots nearby. It was small nearly as small as Sally and looked almost the same. I'm a new vote. I'm your neighbor. Sally blinked at this strange new creature. My neighbor yeah I saw the bear. Roll your log and sneak chase. You and I thought you'd need some help if you got away bears snake. I don't know what you're talking about. Is this your first time out the nude asked it is sally replied. I just I feel so small I used I used to think I was so big and now I see I'm just so tiny I thought I was the most important but really I'm just so much less. She side and hung her head. We've all been there. The Newt said gently but being small doesn't mean you're worth I less. It just means you're small. It's just one thing about you. It's an important thing all Kinda said said the nude but not really I watched you your small and your quick and clever and friendly. You even managed to get away from a snake doc. Honestly who cares. How big you are I do I did? I don't know the Newt shook her head and smiled. You have more to learn than I thought she said. Come on. Let me help you get home. That sounds good. Sally said because it really really did the nude helped her home and from that day on they were fast friends. She lived under a log next door and and sally would visit her often. The Little Salamander always made sure to check for snakes. I but that was okay. She was just one small salamander and a great a big world after all even though it was scary sometimes and even though she wasn't the biggest she was happy to be a part of it and Sally Learns and even though she was small her part in the world could be any size. She wanted to make it any size at all the end. Today's story the biggest in the world was inspired by European folktales written for you by Daniel Hynes and perform perform for you. Buy Me Amanda Weldon with songs by US both if you would like to support stories podcast you can leave us. A five star review on I tunes make a monthly donation at Patriae dot com slash stories. Or simply. Tell your friends about us. Thanks for listening..

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"That's fun in a good another family. He breathed relaxing his poll on the bow. The deer made a gentle sound declan set down his bow and walked forward gently extending one hand. He noticed then that the pale hale white for was the exact same shade as i'm elise long flowing hair. How could he have ever been so blind. I'm i'm sorry he said i didn't know she leaned forward and laid her nose against his hand. He felt the warm caress wrestle her breath and shook his head. I understand now. He said petting her velvet forehead. Let your wild beauty thrive for me. You'll have no more trouble from me. She nuzzle his hand for a moment and then turned and bound away into the woods. Once once in the moonlight declan could have sworn she turned back to look but it may have just been a trick of the moon he returned home with no meat but bags of onions and herbs and his family was happy to have the food no matter where it came from and though declan never hunted for her again he still roamed the woods hoping against hope that one day slipping among the trees he'd see the brilliant wight dough just one more time the end today's story white doe ferry doe oh was an adaptation of a traditional french fairy tale written for you by daniel hynes and perform for you buy me amanda weldon with the song bias both if you would like to support stories podcast you can leave us a five star review on. I tunes make a monthly donation at patriotair dot com slash stories or simply. Tell your friends about us. Thanks for listening..

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Done. Kloss opened his mouth to reply, but the green fairy filled it with a log of goat cheese. And by the time he finished chewing that the red fairy had a wedge of some stinky, blue ready and by the time he had finished chewing that that she's walls around him. We're starting to shiver and sway stop. It's too much. It's going to fall he wanted to scream, but he found more cheese shoved in his mouth, the great cloud of fairies. We're all fetching cheese now, and they're stack seem to loom over his world. They wouldn't stop. They wouldn't let him stop his stomach felt like it may pop the walls of cheese started to topple. They blotted out the moonlight blocked. The ferry light rain down on class and swallowed him in darkness. He tried to move. But he was stuck tried to breathe and found his mouth full of cheese. It was too much. He was buried under cheese. And it just kept falling. He felt it getting heavier and heavier his mouth was full. His belly was full. It was all too much. And he was going to pop the last thing Kloss heard before passing out was the fairies laughing the sound of tinkling silver bells on the wind. The next morning as the sun was just starting to light up the world the boy woke up in his own front yard empty save for sparkling morning. Do what what happened? He said or tried to say he found his mouth was full of half chewed grass. Blah, Kloss spit it onto the ground and then pulled off a few blades that had stuck to his tongue. He looked all over but saw no sign of the ferries or the cheese. Had it been a dream Kloss thought for a moment that it might have been. But then he noticed his belly still felt heavy. And there were smears of yellow around his shirt, not a dream then. But something that's for sure. Clause shook his head one thing was definitely true. He had finally at long long last had his fill of cheese. He hurried back inside and washed up before his parents called him out and manage to get presentable in time for breakfast where he shocked his parents by just having some toast over time Kloss realized the fairies had done him favor. He found himself swollen and sick less often. And now he only eight as much as a normal growing boy, which as any parent will say is still quite a lot. But it wasn't as desperate or greedy as it had been before Kloss eight what was given to him and never ever stole extra cheese ever ever again. Well, maybe just a nibble the end. Today's story the boy who loved cheese too, much was a Dutch folk tale adopted for you by Daniel Hynes and perform for you buy me, Amanda Weldon with an original song bias both. If you would like to support stories podcast, you can leave a five star review on I tunes mega monthly donation. Patriot dot com slash stories or just tell your friends about us. Thanks for listening.

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Alone. Bear a pair a great big bear wandering through the wood. The old bear beating all he could. Great big they're wandering through. He liked share eight. Found some berries free as or just the thing. He did see the B O it gave him quite a sting. He through the trees into law get flu. And though it. He tried to crash. Came swarming out. All gave a hundred stings not bear jumped in the street. I'll just do scape. And he learned that day. Oh, his lesson. And he's spore better to let when barb golden urn a hundred four and Tom. Tumble on. He walked. Bear bear, a great big bear wandering through would Babb stole bear eating. Good. The and. Today's story honeybear was an adaptation of a traditional fable written for you by Daniel Hynes and perform for you buy me, Amanda Weldon with a song bias both. If you would like to support stories podcast, you can leave us a five star review on I tunes. Make monthly donation. Patriot dot com slash stories or simply tell your friends about us. Thanks for listening.

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"You know, said dogging most of us didn't have a family either. The cat looked up sniffling what really? Really? How did you get one? Don King looked out at the alley full of dogs all different, but altogether. Well, we all learned that you really get to families the one you're born with sure, but also the one you choose or in this case the one that uses you the cat looked up blinking. What do you mean? Don king. Art, sobbed pickles. Sweet cat. I told you all along she needed help. Par par skinny thing and dinner, Don King wagged, his tail. Oh about it. Do you want to go meet with us? Oh, what's your name? Anyway. I I never had one. That won't do can have friends and family without a name. Sorry. But that's a dog law. He looked around at the stolen food in the grill. How about cranberry? I love it. The cat said cranberry. It feels it feels good. It's. Said pickles it fits you like fleas cranberry. Walk with me. I need to apologize for beating you up earlier and that fight I don't know my own strength, sometimes high come from a long line of fighters. My great aunt Norman was so strong. Cranberry hop down next to pickles and the dogs all cheered. Sure. She was a cat but in dog kings alley you took care of each other, especially when someone was hungry, and especially when there was so much thanksgiving food to share. All right. Everyone dog king said, let's go wheat. The cheer was even louder this time and cranberry joined in with the rest, and so with one cat one friend extra barking and howling and rolling and wiggling the dogs headed back home towards their feast dog king as always leading the way. Dogging these the king of the dog. These the king of the dogs dogging king of the dog dog. He's a king of his mother dog. He's father was the king. Now, he's king of the dogs. His bite is worse than his bark dogging because he bites like a shark dog meeting. You know, he's ruling the streets dogging he won't roll over for treats his mother on his was a king. So now, he's dog king of the gods. Today's story a dog king. Thanksgiving was an original story written for you by Daniel Hynes and perform for you buy me, Amanda Weldon with a theme song bias both.

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Now's the time for lessons learned for L stays parade. You'll burn I'm not moving and I'm not moving. Arm. Not moving. I'm not moving. Gold. Spokes not a fine fight a- crashing flashing leap. And when they hit their on bridge. Tom. Tom. The constable concede a massive ball. They took the animals displeased. They craned their next to they all newbie on talent. Remember this AUSSIE, the headstrong votes in their massive fall had caused them all to clean don't be stubborn. Jot tank. This standoff is on cert- stoppard. Stay. Now's the time foreign lessons for else this bridge over this. Well, like the song said both goats gave a final mighty push driving their strong legs against the cold stone and springing forward their horns crashed and locked together, and they stumbled left and tumbled. Right. And then spun together off the narrow bridge. They sprang apart in the air and splashed into the icy water sending up glassy plumes of chilling spray. For a moment. All was still the animals gathered waiting and watching big and small all of them were holding their breath. One heartbeat. Two heartbeats three crash the two goats burst from the river one on each Bank. They glared at each other across the icy water and shook their coats dry above the other animals began to laugh, maybe next time. He'll just take turns someone called the goats glared and grumbled and got back in line to wait. Their turns to cross the other animals watched on nervously unsure of what the goats would do this time, though when they faced each other across the narrow bridge, they both paused and then took a step back. After you said the left goat. No. After you replied, the right? I insist. And there after much hemming and hiring. And after Ewing the goats finally crossed the narrow bridge. They were still the most stubborn creatures on the mountain, but maybe just maybe from that day forth. They were a little less stubborn than they used to be. And sometimes when it comes to stubborn old goats. That's just about as much as you can hope for the end. Today's story. The narrow bridge was an adaptation of classic fable written for you by Daniel Hynes and performed for you buy me, Amanda Weldon with a

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"The dragonflies massive gossamer wings buzzed with speed and they're, they're hanging. From the talents of harpies feet was the bomb. It was the size of an engine glowing brick red and held tight with winding Ivy. It's almost beautiful. Jill thought too bad. It has to be stopped. All right, mom. Jill said, I gotta drop you in the water for a second. I can't risk bringing you into the fight what? No. Sorry. Mom bombs away. Jill said slowing down to release her mother into the waves. She hit gently splashing into the chill waters of the Atlantic. A second later, the emergency pod Jill had stuck to her back inflated washing into a bobbing life ring. All right, Jill thought to herself time to earn this suit with a roar. She drove herself at heartbe letting loose a blast of energy from her fists. At the same time. The bird woman spiraled curving elegantly around the fire. She cried yet. The three peeled away in different directions. Spreading out in the sky, the firefly armor tagged them and indicated their flight paths. But Jill found it impossible to track them all at once. Come on, she roared twisting to keep harping in her sights. She lined up a shot and then WAM the night slammed has Lance into her side, making her shot go wild. She tore his helmet free and then sent him spinning a second later pursuits, temperature alarms, blared wildly. As she burst into flame. The burning brick was above her pouring flames down in Jill, knocked her away. But then Harvey was their talents punching forward driving madly for jill's heart. She got her arm up just in time, and the talents burst through her armor like it was paper. Jill felt stabs of pain through her bicep, hot and tight. Harpies face pushed in close as they flew. I- tougher than before then before you. Okay. Beating me firefly Jill flared her jets trying to burst free, but the night hit her again a moment later, the fire returned burning alarms, blaring flightpaths everywhere, highlighted motion and attack vectors. There was harping again, men more fire the Lance. They were everywhere. Jill couldn't get free. Jill spec said urgently. Your mom quick breaking into a desperate dive to buy herself. Some space. Jill looked and gasped. Her mother was there bobbing safely in the waves. But there was a huge shape approaching a Titanic shadow in the water, a hulking, shark fin broke the surface followed by a swarm of whipping tentacles. It was the mutant shark from the island closing fast. It was going to swallow mom hole, where's that cavalry specs on its way you got this Jill, Jill turn. Earned and dove for her mom as the shark closed in closer closer, the shark was moving like a missile knifing through the water with unnatural speed. I'm coming mom. Jill said the Dragonfly night came buzzing in from the side. Jill back, flipped around him, knocking the night off balance. The red flame was there to the Jill blasted her away with jet of Kreil coolant never pausing, never losing speed. She gritted her teeth. Nothing could stop her. Nothing the great, shark mouth yawned wide ocean. Water flooding in a rush. Mom was screaming, screaming and staring into the endless lack depths of the beast's mouth. Jill reached out blasting her jets at full speed. Her mom was endanger her mom was in danger and nothing could stop her the suit hummed with energy rattled with power, the shark closed in jail, closed in mom, was there almost almost Hoppy. Rush down from above. They collided and spun out of control talons and alloy gauntlets screaming against one another in a desperate struggle. Jill lost sight of her mother as the world narrow to nothing, but harpies face sky and ocean blurring to meld in the background. Let go Jill spat. Snarled heartbe together. They plunged into the sea to be continued. Today's story, the next installment of the brilliant firefly revolt was an original story written for you by Daniel Hynes and perform for you. Buy me Amanda. Weldon. Stay tuned for the conclusion of the brilliant firefly revolt, which will be posted next week. If you would like to support stories podcast and receive a thank you in a future episode, please visit patriot dot com slash stories and make a pledge men's in an E mail to Amanda at stories podcast dot com, and let us know who to think. And if you haven't already, please be sure to subscribe and give us a five star rating on itunes. Thanks for listening.

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Seat. Jill smiles widely behind her hand. Specs had been working hard on his training and he was getting better a few months ago. He never would have made that catch specs, lay the Proteas on the terminal, and then started in when it flared back to life. So you said shark skin gave you some software? Yeah, he did. Jill said, she reached into her flight suit and pulled out the flash drive. Specs slotted into the machine and began to scan it what he was satisfied. It wasn't some kind of worm or virus. He started the install. You think this will work. Jill asked will know in a second spec, said launching the tracker, a new section of the window darkened and a large rectangle showing a live satellite view of the earth, missed it into view. It was beautiful. The entire world laid out flat overlaid with real time swirling clouds and crisscrossing flight patterns to Jill. It felt mystical and abstract. Advanced tech always had that sheen of magic to it. Can you find my mom signal, I think so shark skin gave us the serial numbers. I just have to punch them in specs typed for a moment. Jill couldn't help, but notice he was holding his breath. He pounded the enter key. The map hung still for a long moment and then to pinprick dots of light appeared. Yes, it works. Specs cheered fingers clattering over the keyboard. The screen split in half show. Showing zoomed view of both dots. One was in dig a city right over where jail herself was standing. The other was floating over the Atlantic Ocean. Literally, as far as Jill could tell from what the satellites were showing gills mom was hovering in mid air a few dozen feet over the choppy waters. Well, that can't be right. What's going on my don't know, said specs something about that patch of ocean. I can't get a better picture. What do you mean? It's like the satellites don't really look there. They pretend to, but it's just showing the surrounding ocean. Does this happen anywhere else? No, I think someone's hiding something I think so too. Maybe firefly should pay them a visit. Read my mind specs. Some of the window was occupied by the computer, but most was still clear jill's attention was drawn to a cluster of flashing reds and blues congregating a few streets away as she watched an arching line of police in riot gear advanced on a figure in red and black. It was another brick and it looked like it was one she hadn't seen yet. What did that make the count now? Six eight. She couldn't keep track. We can't help right now. Jill spec said, following her gaze, we need to fix the suit. I, we need to get back to work jail, looked over at the map, staring hard at that blinking dot somewhere out there in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Her mother was waiting a prisoner of the scarlet king. Was she okay? How is she being kept? Would firefly be able to save her? The only way to find out was to fly in blind and alone, or was it? She started off across the lighthouse her mind racing, Jill, Jill. What are you doing? Just what you said, specs, she replied pieces of the firefly armor clanging down on one of the metal benches. I'm getting back to work. To be continued. Today's story, the next installment of the brilliant firefly revolt was an original story written for you by Daniel Hynes and perform for you..

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"She's not Asuka said the slender brick. Curiously Justice illegal. He turned towards the brute finish. The job, and let's get out of you. Silly girl. Jill thought grandpa, Jack had said that to maybe they were both, right. She was lying on the ground struggling even to breathe Jill. It was specs in her ear. You need to get up, please Jill. You need to get up. How long had he been talking? Jill shook her head, the big brick loomed over her now, a black bag. In one hand, Jill, I know you've got a lot on your mind, but I need you to move Jill. You gotta move the giants swiped at her, but she flinched away. He grunted and hit her again this time on the guy. Luckily she had some armor plating there and it didn't hurt nearly as bad as the first blow still, it's sent her spinning across the floor, crushing into shark skin and knocking them both over, come on kid with spurred shark skin. Is they untangled calling gramps already. He's the only one who. Stop these goons. Grandpa's dead. Jill, whispered back as she said it. She realized it was the first time she had admitted it out loud. She had cried to herself and told specs the story, but this felt different felt real something gave way inside her, tearing free, like a scab, all the hurt and pain. All the sadness that had been filling her body like trash in a barrel. It was suddenly too much. If you have gramps is dead that, so we whispered shark skin. The big brick grabbed her by the collar and threw her across the room. Again, this time, Jill barely felt it. It was all too much come on. Jill said, specs, think of your mom. Mom, if there was no firefly who would save her Jill couldn't think of anyone else. She suddenly realized that if she didn't find some fight in herself soon, her mom might not get rescued at all. I know I'm too angry grandpa. She thought, I'm sorry. And I'm sorry for what happened, but I needed to save those people. And now I need to save mom and myself. It may not be what you want me to do, but it is what you would have done. I love you. Grandpa. She said aloud, and somehow she was sure he heard it finish are already said the slender brick board tears welled in her eyes. And she felt that matchstick flare of anger. Scarlet king had taken her mom had sent goons to kidnap her or worse, didn't. He know that Jill was strong like her mother didn't. He know Jill was brilliant like her father didn't. He know Jill was wild, like her old grandpa, Jack, she pushed herself up from the dusty floor staggering to her feet and wiping a spot of blood from the corner of her mouth wild and dangerous that. Two. All right. Then she said, looking from one brick to the other and raising her hands, who's I? The giant brick roared spit flying from his craggy lips. Come on Jill roared back, ripping away her sweater and revealing pieces of the firefly armor wired along her black flight suit. The thruster was broken, but parts were still functional. Jill had assembled them on a lattice of metal bands, and she looked like half a skeleton in gleaming platinum firefly. She bellowed and around her like the inexorable gears of a ticking clock, like a flower blooming in fast motion the skeleton flare to life. To be continued. Today story chapters two and three of the brilliant firefly revolt was an original story written for you by Daniel Hynes and perform for you. Buy me Amanda. Weldon stay tuned for more firefly next week. If you would like to support stories podcast and receive a thank you and a future episode, please visit patriot dot com slash stories and make a pledge, then send an Email to Amanda at stories podcast dot com and let us know who to thank and if you haven't already, please be sure to subscribe and give us a five star rating on itunes. Thanks for listening.

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Hello, welcome to stories podcast created by Daniel Hynes today's episode is an adaptation of the classic story. The little Dutch boy written for you by me, your host Amanda Weldon today, we'd like to say a special, thank you to lose faith and Eliza Jane and the rest of the Turco family Kayla and his best friend Alfie and their families. Connor Elena and Thomas, and the via Francke family Leith and NIA, and their family, Liam and his parents, Louis, and Jenny THEO, and Beatrice and their family Cameron and Ryan, and their family Sadie Lucas and Evelyn, and their family, and Avery and Kelsey and their family. Thank you so much, Kelsey, Avery Evelyn, Lucas Sadie Ryan Cameron via trysts. THEO. Jenny Lewis, Liam NIA, Leith Thomas Elena, Connor Alfie Kayla, Eliza, Jane and Lucia faith. You are part of what makes it possible for us to. Continue to produce fun new stories for our listeners, and thank you to today's sponsor, kind snacks. Another part of what makes it possible for us to continue to produce fun stories for our listeners when it comes to packing your kid's lunchbox in the morning, the struggle is real. You might not have time to cut fruit and star shapes, but you can still be a hero. Introducing kind kids bars, kind kids. Bars have twenty five percent less sugar than the leading kids granola bar and come and flavors. Kids love like chewy, chocolate chip and shui, Honey, oat, plus all kinds knacks are kosher, gluten free and made without genetically engineered ingredients. Now, that's a lunchbox win kind is offering our listeners a special offer. So you can try kind kids bars go to kind snacks dot com. Slash stories and enter code stories at checkout to receive twenty percents off your order of kind kids bars. That's kind snacks dot com. Slash stories with codes. Stories at checkout full offer terms are available at the link. In the description of this week's episode that thinks enjoyed the episode..

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"They float up the base of lizards tree and began to eat and eat and eat, hey, lizard called cut that out. What are you doing? The termites eight and eight. And soon the tree began to grown and crackle the termites eating away the worst of its trunk until it bursts under its own weight with sharp correc-. The tree fell into the river taking lizard and the lucky drum with it. Python struck out without lightning speed that all snakes have quick as. Blinking. He had wrapped his tail around his drum and pulled it back to shore help. I can't swim python looked into the river, and there was lizard. Splashing miserably in the current. If no one helped lizard would soon be washed downstream and pulled under the swiftly flowing water, python, hesitated a second. He hadn't known lizard, couldn't swim. He was still mad about her trying to steal his drum, but he couldn't just let her be washed away. Hold on python struck out again, this time wrapping himself around lizard and trying to pull her to shore. Unfortunately, lizard was heavier than the drum and python had trouble for a moment. It seems that they would both be pulled under the swiftly flowing river hole. Pythons drag and wrapped the other end of his body around a thick trunk and then pulled with all his might lizard. Let out a little squeak as she was squeezed in python coils, but eventually she was dragged onto shore. She laid there with python for a moment. Both of them panting and breathless. Thanks for saving me lizard said when she got her breath back. I'm sorry. I lied and tried to steal your drum. It's so k. python said laughing a little sorry about your eyes. You see when python had pulled lizard to shore, the squeezing was so tight. It had made lizards is bull out. That's why today still many lizards have big bull. Jing is they're all related to the lizard who tried to steal the lucky drum. It's also why today still snakes are very distrustful. They watch anyone who. Coaches very, very carefully and they never lend out there things, especially not their drums and especially not to lizards the end. Today's story, the lucky drum was an adaptation of a Ugandan folk tale written for you by Daniel Hynes and perform for you by Kelsey Leigh. If you would like to support stories podcast and receive a thank you and a future episode, please visit patriarch dot com slash stories and make a pledge then sent an Email to Amanda at stories podcast dot com, and let us know who to thank thanks for listening..

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Hello, welcome to stories podcast. I'm your host. Amanda. Weld in today's story is called the blue corn maiden adapted for you by Daniel Hynes the blue corn maiden is a Hopi story about the changing seasons. The Hopi are a native American people from the southwest United States, their true native name roughly translates to the peaceful people. If you listen closely, you may see a resemblance between this story and a Greek myth we've done in the past today. We'd like to say a special. Thank you to Veronica Sara and Clare and their families, Jude, Toby, Oliver, and the rest of the Miller family. Allah and Morgan and their family Romi, and I only and their family, Kate Ryan, and van and their family Quila and her family and Caitlyn and Ryan and their family from Bangkok, Thailand. Thank you so much, Ryan Caitlyn, Keila van Ryan, Kate. I own. Tony, Romi, Morgan Ella, Oliver Toby, Jude, Claire, Sarah, and Veronica. You are part of what makes it possible for us to continue to produce fun new stories for our listeners. Today's episode of stories podcast is brought to you by story worth. Everyone has a family member who always tells the best stories in my family. It's my grandma. I love hearing her tell stories about my grandpa and how they met funny things. My mom and my uncle used to do when they were little and stories about how she went back to school and started her career when she was in her sixties. She's the coolest and I love hearing stories about how she got to be the strong and independent woman she is today. That's why story worth is the perfect mother's day gift for her story worth makes it easy and fun for your loved ones to share their stories. Here's how it works. You purchase a subscription for someone you love, and each week story worth sends them an email with a question about their life. Next, they reply to this email with their story or they can record it over the phone by calling the story worth. Number all stories are private and only shared with family that you choose after a year. Their stories will be bound into a beautiful keepsake book that you can share with relatives far and near. It's a great way to stay in touch and preserve beautiful memories for future generations. For twenty dollars off. Visit story worth dot com. Slash stories when you subscribe. Again, that story worth dot com. Slash stories for twenty dollars off a perfect gift for mother's day. Thanks in showing the episode. The blue corn maiden. Over many mountains and down winding streams lived the Hopi people with them lived a spirit named the blue corn maiden. She appeared as a beautiful young woman dressed all in blue blue paint on her cheeks and blue strands woven into her flowing dark hair being a spirit. She had a bit of magic about her and she used it to bring comfort and joy to the Hopi people all year round. The blue corn maiden would work her wonders with a touch. She could fill an empty bin with delicious blue corn even in the dead of winter when nothing would grow and thanks to her Power. The Hopi people were never hungry. One day the blue corn maiden decided she would go out and gather some firewood. It wasn't something she usually did, but she had already made plenty of corn for the day and she was feeling a little restless. She slipped on her deer skin moccasins and left her Pueblo, which was a coach. Z homemade from Dobie mud and stone outside. She patted off into the forest. The sun was shining golden bright, but there was a chill in the air it road in on the breeze, making the blue corn maiden, give a slight shiver and rub her arms cold already. She said to herself and it's barely even fall. What does winter think he's doing? It's Ma tau came a voice, the blue corn maiden spun around, but there was no one. The words seemed to come from the wind itself who said that I am. Sorry, said the breeze. And then the wind roared bursting into a flurry of snowflakes and booming with a thunderclap a moment later, the breeze was gone and they are stood. The winter gets sina the spirit that brings winter to the World Winter. What are you doing here? It's barely fall. Go spread your snow in the mountains. Winter had seen as smiled his breath came out frosty in the air and his teeth shone like ice behind his blue and white mask. Oh, I'm not here to spread snow. He said then why are you here? Asked the blue corn. Hidden. Shivering as winters breath passed over her. I'm here for you decided that you the most beautiful and beloved of the spirits should be my love, come with me to the home of winter and live with me like a Queen. The blue corn maiden took a step back. My place is

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"daniel hynes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"daniel hynes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Got you know it's pretty the world's biggest mindset basically out of action and that's the moment chief and hartley leaky us go a lot and you at least economic gotta coming out of on the the after couple away extends yeah couple still struggling to to push about excelled in goals with you know anytime you're on the flight to the toughest guys down but ye potential but the you know it can stick to the look i think the the cody market but the you know underline pressure's off think of building what we're going to take out the goal but what got the call what do you got to say a couple prices reflect got a bit more i'm the knicks to put that yeah but a lot of this comes down to where the dollar goes dollar index it just holding above that one hundred level what what's your outlook in the currency yeah you're right i mean this any appeared for it when as i can struck out a little bit we saw that and she was well but you know it okay all match he hit me for that and that you it goes yeah action to to start to to let go up to get some i don't see you expect that they houston you are still a hotly breaker it it stanley not for the leafs to the commodity sector not yeah no significant enough eight when it really good royal and the other the fundamentals what can come true nice buckets yeah daniels thanks very much daniel hynes era senior strenuous commodity instead banking good i asked that's silly doctor copter story because couple was up six games in a row but it as daniel mention struggling get over six thousand fifty nine thirty five times in.

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