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"duquesne" Discussed on This Day in History Class

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"duquesne" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"The office was decked. Out with hidden microphones cameras and two way mirror the f. b. i. Also built bolt a shortwave. Radio transmitting station on long island from their fbi. Agents sent messages to germany and received messages from the nazis through that communication line. Germany was unaware that their messages were being monitored by us agents. Once by who visited cbo's manhattan office was frederick jubeir. Duquesne who ran a large german inspiring do came with a south african board and a us citizen what they long history of hating the british as a german spy. Duquesne gathered information about us and british shipping records and us military technology. Over the course of several meetings. He revealed to see bowl plans for a type of bomb being made in the us and he told us c- bold how fires could be started in industrial plants. For sixteen months. The fbi worked with feeble to collect a ton of information on nazi. Spies working in the us. Mexico and south america in june of nineteen forty one. The fbi rounded up a band of nazi spies nineteen members of the spiring pled guilty that december. The remaining fourteen members were found guilty at trial and on january second the next year all thirty three people in the spy ring were sentenced to prison. Duquesne got in prison on espionage charges and a two thousand dollar fine for violating the foreign agents registration act. The act passed in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty eight requires anyone who does political or advocacy work on behalf of foreign entities to disclose their relationship with the foreign entity and any relevant activities in finances. After the german spies were convicted. The us government relocated siebel to california and gave him a new identity.

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Duquesne University professor on paid leave after repeatedly using 'N-word' during online class: reports

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Duquesne University professor on paid leave after repeatedly using 'N-word' during online class: reports

"Been removed from his class after he was caught on video using the N word three times during one class professional Gary Shank and educational psychology professor at Dechaine University in Pittsburgh. Dropping the n word while talking about spending money extravagantly and also, this is bizarre talking about eating Brazil nuts, which he claims were called by another name that involved the n word. Chang said on the video. It was okay for him to use the word because he was using it in what he called a pedagogical sense. Not quite shank now on paid leave while the school investigates. Wins news time.

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Shots Fired At Port Authority Bus in Pittsburgh

Black and Gold Sunday with Rob Pratte

00:18 sec | 8 months ago

Shots Fired At Port Authority Bus in Pittsburgh

"Someone fired shots at a Port Authority bus this morning with the riders on it at the time the shots were fired at one of the route eight Perryville buses near the intersection of ninth street in fort Duquesne Boulevard one bullet hit the bus on the left side below a window another just above the rear wheel no one was injured police are investigating

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"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:44 min | 10 months ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"It was kind of impressed by this whole thing quote while attendance and the prison ward at Bellevue Hospital. We're acting in the belief that Captain Fritz Shelbert Duquesne the adventure and romance. Her was a hopeless paralytic patient. He saw it through the bars of his cell early yesterday morning and escaped by scaling two fences about seven feet high. The article goes on to mention him. I dropping from the window to the Ledge of an ice house and then to the ground farther below saying quote even this display of agility amazing for a paralytic did not give him his liberty and he was forced to climb a brick wall about six feet high and an iron fence with menacing spike. About eight feet high all this spectacular leaping and climbing to escape prison did not attract the attention of any of the guards or attendance of the prison ward and the absence of the quote. Paralytic patient was not noticed until the attendance made their usual rounds of the ward at four. Thirty A M to complete his ruse duquesne had arranged pillows and comforters. Roughly into the shape of a person curled into a ball in his bed and pulled his blanket over them. So the again i. It's so funny I feel like he set. So many of the troops we see in film and Television The grounds of the hospital were searched once it was realized that he was gone and they came up. Empty and police develop a theory that the escapee had arranged for an accomplice to meet him with a car and a change of clothes on nearby first avenue. Because they had been believed up to that point that Duquesne was paralysed. He had not been considered dangerous or a flight risk. So the few visitors that he had were not documented on any kind of list. Duquesne wrote a letter to one of his friends allegedly from Mexico. The letter stated that Fritz had the help of friends and his escape and that they provided him with a car and had been gotten him onto a plane with an expert pilot who took him to Mexico. The friend Duquesne wrote to brought this letter to the police and it was dismissed as a hoax. They're thinking was that he sent the letter hoping that his friend would take it to the authorities in the hopes that the Mexico story would take them off of his real trail but by the end of the summer all of the other trails had gone cold and police did start to believe that he had indeed left the US and that he was in all likelihood exactly where he said he was which was Mexico. You'll remember. He traveled in South America and knew a lot of people at Middle and South America. That they thought he could have Gone to her safe harbor. There are also plenty of people that believe that he was just kind of laying low and kicking around the US He definitely was in Boston for Awhile. At least until he moved back to New York of his whereabouts but this time he arrived in the city as a new man. Frank de Trafford. Craven Alice his wife had left him when his ruse had caved in and he had been arrested. So this start as craven was kind of a fresh reinvention of himself with no ties. Before this return to New York Fritz slash frank had spent some time as highly said in Boston getting into the movie industry by working with a financier named Joseph Kennedy who had purchased the film booking offices of America Kennedy hired Fritz for PR. Work that required decanes and move back to Manhattan a strangely conventional time and decanes life. He seemed to actually just be working a job and living a quiet life for a few years. He moved onto another job at Quigley publishing which had him working writing and editing advertising copy for Vaudeville acts although Fritz was living well but under the radar has passed caught up with him in nineteen thirty two when he was arrested again. This time. Fritz kept up his Frank de Trafford Craven Persona insisting over and over that the police had the wrong man. And just in case. You're curious that Joseph p Kennedy is in fact the father of John F. Kennedy Defending Duquesne once. He was arrested in one thousand thirty two although he continued to go by craven through this whole legal morass was well known civil liberties lawyer. Arthur Garfield Hays Hayes would later write of Duquesne. And maybe braced for this one because some of it's not the best attitude quote. We all admired the man. Even the district attorney and judge were sympathetic. It was before Hitler's time and no one hated the Germans after all. If there had been a murder it was homicide in a war of many years. Ago and homicide in. War is heroic haystack. The approach that first of all if the British government wanted to have to Kane extradited they would have to prove it was actually him and not this Frank Craven secondly he would have to have been on British soil when he committed the crime for this extradition to stand the British government did not really have any interest in pursuing events from the war. At this point the thinking was that it could dredge up matters between countries that had since been settled and that there was just no need for that so whether we were talking about frank to Trafford Craven or to Kane ridden was just done with the matter but New York still had some issues however it was determined that since Duquesne was being held as a British prisoner awaiting transfer from Bellevue at the time of his escape apparently at that point he had been transferred to Britain at least on paper since Britain had dropped the matter. There really was not any issue and so the whole thing was dismissed. This was very frustrating to some of the police and detectives that had worked on this case but the judge was kind of like if Fritz Duquesne had just gone back to his life working in entertainment advertising he probably could have had a nice last stretch of years but duquesne at this point was in his mid fifty S. He still had a burning hatred for Britain he had given interviews in the press. Were heated explicitly said so and in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Fritz was recruited by Royal Scot Golden. Who was the head of the Order of seventy six? That was the New York organization that was sympathetic to the Third Reich and believed that Jews were the enemy in America golden needed a spy and Duquesne meet at a job so they struck up a deal but when a reporter broke the story that Fritz Duquesne was likely working for this Pro Nazi group it was actually Duquesne's mistress who was Jewish and learned about all of this news through the paper like everyone else who reached out to that reporter to help him get more info. She actually fed him information for a couple years. But decanes association with this group became pretty unclear and fuzzy pretty rapidly. Within a few months Duquesne was working instead for the works progress administration and then he opened his own business air terminals company which was allegedly dealing in our stock. It may have been a friend or just a way for him to have meeting somewhere. But there's this messy confusing assortment of details during these years. That suggest whether he was working for the Nazi group or not. It was kind of an unfocused time in his life or he was just giving everyone the slip in every way possible but then in. December of nineteen thirty seven Fritz Duquesne once again became a spy for Germany this time working for the Nazis on US soil. He had been recruited by Colonel Nicholas. Fritz Ritter who was organizing A. Us spy ring is part of Hitler's Military Intelligence Group the ABC their Ritter put Fritz and the key position in this ring and Fritz. Seeing it as one more way to continue his lifetime. Bowel against Britain took the job. Ritter recruited almost three dozen other members to be part of this ring. One of whom was named Williams Siebel. You'll also see him listed as film seebold because he was a naturalized US citizen born in Germany and he had been recruited when he was back home visiting his mother in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine when he returned to the US in nineteen forty it was under his new identity Harry Sawyer. He had spycraft training under his belt at this point. He was instructed to make contact with Fritz. Duquesne CBO did not want to be a spy. Though he had been told by his Nazi recruiters that his family would be hurt and that they would reveal secrets about him to the US government. If he didn't cooperate he was fearful of losing his U. S. citizenship. And his life in New York. So seaboard had agreed to this. But while he was still in Germany he had made a Syrup. Tissues tripped the. Us Embassy.

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"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:50 min | 10 months ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Duquesne the report exclaimed was alive. He had been found in rough shape left for dead after the attack but he was receiving aid in was expected to recover. It seems that while Duquesne initially thought death would shake Britain's pursuit of him. He soon realized that he didn't have anywhere to go. The only a US passport so he revived himself and he headed back to New York in the hopes that the US government wouldn't extradite him if he was found out or probably more in the hope that no one would realize he had gotten back to Duquesne arrived in New York not long after this but for a man on the run he was not idle at all. Well in South America he had gotten involved in filmmaking projects with a school system there to try to make money but to make the films he needed to get back to the US anyway to buy film stock so when he got to New York he did that paying cash for the film twenty. Four thousand dollars worth he. Then put it in a box. Labeled statuary started at a warehouse in Brooklyn and took out a thirty-three thousand dollar insurance policy on it with the stuyvesant insurance company under the name. Frederick Fredericks he loved that me Mysteriously the warehouse had a fire box. Work Statuary was destroyed. It's unclear exactly what Fritz was telling Alice once they reunited about where he had been in what had been going on but he did convince her to pursue the insurance policy for the warehouse box as well as another policy that he had taken out on the alleged film in that mysterious iron case that he had shipped aboard the Tennyson and then after convincing her to file these claims. Fritz vanished during the time that he was unaccounted for the HMS. Hampshire was sunk by a German sub. Fritz Duquesne who had sworn vengeance on the military commander kitchener during the Second. Boer war claimed that he had orchestrated this sub attack and that he was responsible for the assassination of kitchener. Any also claimed that this was an attack ordered by an organization called the Bore Revolutionary Committee that entity did not exist duquesne next turned up in Washington. Dc in July of Nineteen sixteen and started to reach out to his old contacts including his once. Collaborator in the Hippo. Plan Robert Broussard. Who At this point was a senator for? Sard seemed oblivious to the fact that Fritz was on the run and at the adventurers tried to get him a government job but that was to no avail to New York became. He didn't let anybody know he was in town. Though he lived in an apartment that he shared with another man rather than going back home to Alice which was something he had done just before disappearing a few months earlier. Yeah he had gotten a separate place from her we did. It's unclear why if he was trying to protect her. Or if you just wanted out of the marriage and didn't want to mess with it. We don't know he didn't need money so he reinvented himself again. And this time as an Australian war hero named Claude Stoughton the West Australian Light Horse Union. This was all entirely fictitious. There was no such unit or person. He even invented a uniform for him. But in this guy's he became a salesman a salesman of patriotism of his fake backstory which was kind of a pastiche of his own experiences and some others made up a lot of embellishment and mostly he became a salesman of library. Bonds for the allies. Claude Stockton was well paid for speaking engagements and he was put up in Nice hotels but soon people started to notice that in social settings Claude when he spoke casually seemed to have alliances toward the Germans rather than the allies at the same time the investigation into the insurance claims that Alice Duquesne had filed had given the Insurance Company and the police enough information that they realized to Kane really was and that he was a wanted man not just for his insurance crimes before his crimes against Britain to Kane was arrested in late nineteen seventeen. He was returning to his apartment from Claude Stockton tour. His belongings had already been searched and had turned up. Just a wealth of evidence. Yeah there was so much damning paperwork including communications about Germany and doing what was best for Germany and also things around these These various insurance issues. It was a pretty Exciting find for the authorities but after his arrest Duquesne was then held and charged for two different reasons one. The charges the British government particularly the murder of those three men in the bombing attack on the steamer Tennyson murder. Itsy automatically carried a death sentence if you were found guilty in the. Us was launching a federal inquiry into the matter to make sure that this was the right person and everything lined up into the New York district. Attorney was examining the allegations that he had committed insurance. We will try to untangle Duquesne's legal situation after we take a quick break for word from sponsors thinking about adding popular music to your platform or APP to power new music features and filters concerned that it's too hard and expensive to license and integrate music meet Song Clip the first ever. Social Music. 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Commissioner after a hearing directs the defendant beheld on the charges and be extradited this office on receipt of official notice from the proper department will waive all objections to the proposed tradition in exchange for this the British government agreed to send to Kane back to the US to face charges in the event. He wasn't convicted in Britain or if his sentence was less than life imprisonment as these investigations went on. It was eventually determined by the. Us government that nothing they could find on Duquesne's illegal activities in the US would be anywhere near as serious as the charges that Great Britain had made so the decision was made that he would be moved out of US custody and given to British authorities to face trial for the explosion of the steamship Tennyson. After Duquesne learned that he was to be turned over to the British government. He developed a medical condition. He was suddenly paralyzed. This was a hundred percent. Fake but initially. He was moved from his prison cell to Bellevue Hospital for observation and treatment and he was committed enough to this whole rees that he convinced medical staff that he had indeed fallen into a state of paralysis anytime he needed to be moved from his bed. He depended on the orderlies and the nurses to have for him then on May Twenty six nineteen nineteen. Fritz Duquesne escaped from Bellevue Hospital. The bars of his window in the hospitals prison ward had been sawed through any saws used for that job had to have come from an outside source because Fritz had been searched thoroughly when he was transferred from his prison cell to his hospital bed even the coverage in the New York. Times sounds like the reporter he wrote..

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"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

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"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

05:38 min | 10 months ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Prisoners He was well educated and he could speak multiple languages and the two of them were really strongly drawn to one another as word reached cain about the Anglo Boer war coming to a close and peace terms being reached and May of Nineteen ninety-two shifted his plans a little bit. He's still wanted to escape but there was no home that he could go back to you and there was no fight that he could take up there on the part of his people so Fritz like all the other bore. Pow's was offered release if he signed an oath of allegiance to the British crown. A lot of the other prisoners readily did so but Fritz at a number of the other men were just not willing to even though refusing meant that they would stay in prison for instance making other plans so one night. During a rainstorm Duquesne made his move. He slipped out of his tent through a barbed wire fence and in what he described as the thrill of his life swam through water filled with sharks to the main island where he sought help. From one of those known bore sympathizers she actually knew that it was a little dicey to take anybody in at this point because of the heightened awareness and so she handed him off to another sympathizer and that person helped him make his way to the capital city of Hamilton. Duquesne knew that he could not just board ship. He was a wanted man. All of the DACHSHUND. The ships in port were being so he set up a life for himself Hamilton I. He disguised himself by shearing off all of his hair. Then he made the acquaintance of sex worker named Vera and became her manager. But this was of course not something. He intended to be his new life. It was a means to an end. Meeting men to arranged rendezvous with Vera. Meant that he heard all the latest information about what was happening at the docks from the sailors who made up a significant portion of that business moreover it gave him a chance to steal clothing for various customers one night and then pretends to be that drunken sailor when returning to his ship. Which was the Margaret? By the time. Duquesne was discovered as a stowaway. The Margaret was well on its way to Baltimore. Fritz had spent more than a day at that point in the brig because when he had boarded apparently stumbling drunk which was fake the first mate had thrown him in there to sober up not realizing it was not their regular crew member but an interloper d. once bourse by had found himself aboard a very nice yacht belonging to Isaac Edward Emerson. This was the inventor of the antacid Bromo Seltzer. Emerson questioned the stowaway and Got Duquesne's entire story at least as Fritz shows to tell it of the war his imprisonment is unwillingness to swear to Britain and his escape from prison. When Emerson asked Duquesne if he had ever been at sea Fritz said no but that he thought he would make a good steward in. Emerson agreed that he would and allegedly replied. I think everything will turn out fine for you. In America. So while the yacht's owner seemed to like Fritz the captain did not McCain was convinced he would be turned in if he arrived in Baltimore with the ship so he plotted an opportunity to jump and swim to shore after studying maps of course as the Margaret's slid past Great Fox island in Chesapeake Bay. He made his move and he arrived. After a swim in Maryland he next made his way to Pennsylvania and then to Paterson New Jersey where he had a contact and a place to stay incidentally ten years later when Duquesne applied for naturalization to become a citizen of the US. He said that he had arrived in. Baltimore on September twelfth. Nineteen to aboard the Margaret as a crew member an immigrant from Bermuda. So this is where we are going to take a pause in Fritz's story because I mean next time it's going to get really weird. Yeah Fritz I have a grudging sort of love for him. Because he's very fun for Listener Mail. I am going to read one from our listener. Ashley which is about our emergency medicine episodes and actually writes hi Tracey and Holly. My and I listen to your emergency medicine episodes together in Love Them. My partner is an er resident in a major city and I'm a historian and archaeologist. Your episodes have been getting me through my days working remotely and kept my spirits up. Thank you for all you do Ashley thanks to both you and your partner for having jobs that are important Keeping History Alive is always very dear to our hearts and of course anyone working in emergency medicine right now needs to have all of the accolades thrust upon them. She also rates some great topics. You may be interested in Shorts a few that are pretty cool and she said of you read all of this. Thank you for taking the time and thank you for making an awesome podcast We almost never read our suggestions in listener. Mail out loud because we might use them. But I wanted to make sure to thank Ashley especially because Her partner is an ER resident super important. That also means that actually is living in a heightened state of probably stress as well. So thank you both because We would be lost without U If you'd like to read to us you can do. So at the history podcast. Iheartradio DOT COM. 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"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

07:53 min | 10 months ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"About it for the rest of his life. Though yeah, anytime you look up any sort of article about him any time he appears, people will use that moniker. And I still wonder if he just decided like I'm a Black Panther the panther, the Velde in early spring of nineteen hundred Fritz Duquesne was actually injured in the war. He was shot in his right shoulder, and he continued fighting, though even as the brewers found themselves with fewer and fewer successes to be clear, this was a lot of incredibly bloody fighting. There were a lot of men lost for both the Boers and Britain and in some cases, the far militia of the bewers, though were able to take advantage of their knowledge of the terrain and make themselves almost undetectable to British troops. That offered them a chance to open fire without the enemy. Every anticipating it. This is kind of one of those conflicts where you see some shifting away from traditional military engagement in more guerrilla warfare, as the tide had turned, there were concerns that the finances of Transvaal's boor government could fall into the hands of the British and a plan was made to move the country's gold stores to Europe in secret. So, millions of pounds of gold, the exact value ranges from a million dollars to five million dollars was loaded with other valuables, state papers onto a series of wagons to be taken quietly to the coast, and then sent on from there and allegedly none other than Fritz Kane got involved in this whole story, so Fritz, according to the tale, intercepted the wagons with fake credentials that he was carrying that claim to be from Transvaal's President Paul Kruger Duquesne had several other men with him wight accomplices as well as several black servants, and they took those wagons that they had commandeered deeper into the wilds. It is possible that once the gold was stashed. A series of caves duquesne conspired with the head of a nearby tribe to have all of his men killed in exchange for the oxen that had been pulling the wagons, leading him to be the only one left alive. Who knew the Gold's whereabouts? We do not know if this story is true, I feel like we say that. After everything conveniently, all of the players in this story, other than Duquesne were killed or would be impossible to track down per his story, but he used this tale once again. A yarn that would bolster his reputation throughout his life in June of nineteen hundred, he was injured, he had a lance go through his foot, and to Kane went on the run, but was soon captured by the British. It was only the first of several captures he escaped when the town the British troops took him to imprisonment turned out to burn down, and in the confusion I punt, having discovered that their destination was burned down. Fritz made a run for it. And then after finding another group of fighters, a real military structure was gone at. At this point, he joined up with them. They were defeated in their next fight, though and he was taken prisoner again this time he started up a friendly conversation with one of the soldiers to get that senator relaxed, and then as they crossed a bridge Fritz, hit the soldier hard over the head, knocking him out, and then jumped into the river. He managed to hide in the Bush by the bank until the British troops gave up looking for him and moved on Duquesne plans to then travel on foot until he could get to a port. With the hope being that he could get on a boat and be taken to where he could rejoin the main thrust of the boomer forces, but after a few days of walking, he was captured by colonists from Portugal, he was turned over to British authorities from there. He was transported to the port city of Lorenzo. Marquez now known as Puto in Mozambique and he. He was put in an actual prison. It was actually like cell in a castle style prison that made his plans for escape a little bit limited, but of course that was always his plan literally every time he gotten hot water, his next thought was. How can I get out of here? He managed to slip through a ventilation shaft into another room at one. One point, but that was not a sell but then he was seen right away, and was immediately taken back into custody, and put back into his cell vermeer he was shipped to Lisbon where he was jailed, but found it much more comfortable than his previous captivity had been, he claimed to have befriended the jailer, and also had a romance with that man's daughter. Daughter, but whether or not it was comfortable to Kane still wanted out. He eventually managed to escape again. Although the details not clear this time, he made his way to Brussels after stops in kitties and Paris and he made contact with Transvaal's representative there. That was William Yohannes lades. It was there and through this discussion with Lades, decanes, life as a spy began. Yeah a we'll do a brief aside and say that there you could have some pedantic discussions over whether he was more of a saboteur or a spy at various points in his nefarious dealings career. He got labeled a spy. Generally, so even though this particular part to me seems more like a saboteur book. Go with it. late suggested that Fritz pose aboard defector and join the British military. This was something that happened. A number of times. Some of the boars got tired of the fighting. and. Fritz, background and his military expertise ensured that he would be sent right back to the Anglo Boar War there the plan was that he would desert and join up with the boars again, but this plan was really really risky. as we said defectors, not that uncommon, but they were known as Judas Burgers and they were viewed with utter contempt by their countrymen, and it was entirely possible that Fritz would be shot on sight by his fellow before he could reveal his ruse. Ruse when to Kane got back to South Africa in March of one thousand nine hundred one he was horrified. Most of the boar farms had been burned. There was a huge homeless population of bore women and children who had lost their husbands and fathers to the fighting. They were put into camps that were poorly managed, and resulted in really high mortality rates and sheer misery for those who managed to survive, but the real horror for Fritz Duquesne was learning. What happened to his family? he thought because they were so rural, and it would just be his mom and his sister, who was a little bit younger and his uncle, who is blind that people would just leave them alone, but their farm had been burned like so many others. The one surviving servant had told him that his uncle had been hanged, and then mutilated his mother, and sister had both been raped by British soldiers. His sister had been shot, and his mother was then taken to camp as a prisoner. Disguised in his British uniform, Fritz was able to find his mother at a nearby camp, and she was very very sick, dying, according to Fritz later account of syphilis, and she had a seven month old baby. To knew that he couldn't save his mother, so he made her a promise quote. As long as I live I will never draw one breath, but to pay back the English for what they have done I pledge my soul that for every drop of rotten poisoned blood in your body, I will kill one hundred Englishmen. So for Fritz. This completely changed his drive to fight the British. On behalf of his people into just a personal vendetta. He spoke for the rest of his life about how deeply he hated Englishman for what had happened to his family, and he held US special level of hatred for Field Marshal. Kitchener who headed up the British military effort during this time, and had directed this scorched earth, campaign and bird territory and Duquesne immediately set to work on his first active engines. His plan was turned.

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"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

07:30 min | 10 months ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Hello and welcome to the podcast I'm holly. Fry and I'm Tracy. Wilson is so back when this pandemic began. We selected ten episodes to go on our offbeat history play list, which was a playlist that we've dropped off. Things were a little more light in tone so that they might be a nice distraction and one of the things that I had selected to include was are to partner on the great American hip ranch plan, and so in re listening to those just for a quality check I realized that I mentioned during them that it would be really really fun to do an entire episode on Fritz Duquesne because his life was i. don't know a better word to describe it bananas. It's A. It's a journey of very. A lot of, Journey. I mean I. I envy both his bravado and his energy, but so here I am almost four years later finally, doing that thing and that to partner has spawned another two parter, because we are talking about a man who changed his life story to suit his needs. He worked under an estimated forty aliases, and he lived a life that was very full, but it also directly involves a lot of significant historical events. One of the things that Duquesne Excel that was escaping custody, and this first part is going to cover his early life up to an escape that services a major shifting point in his life, and then next time we will cover a whole bunch of his time as a saboteur spy and journalists among other things right up to the end of his life and I. Want to give you a heads up that this episode does contain brief mentions of sexual violence decanes, parents Abraham and minute lived in East London in Cape Province, south, Africa and Abraham was a hunter, just slowly built up a fortune by selling hides as well as tusks and horns. The Duquesne's were bewers, these were Dutch and huguenots, settlers and their descendants. He made their homes in southern Africa starting in the seventeenth century. I was born on December, twenty first of eighteen, seventy seven, and his full name was Frederick Lugano Jubeir to Kane. And at this point, the spelling of that last name was D. U. Q. U. E. N. N. E., his spelling of it changed later on in his life. Yeah, if you hear someone who is a French speaker, pronounce it particularly the way his parents spelled it. It will be more like Duquesne we're that. Is a little softer. And then as he lived his life, Duquesne in that sort of harder, a sound Americanized style became part of it, and he started spelling it differently. the blurred nature. Fritz's life story begins right there at the beginning at least in terms of how he presented himself. This will come up over and over that. He kind of crafted his persona. I don't even want to say carefully because he was sloppy details at times, but to suit his needs, and while he was born in the do can home with like to tell people was that he was born on the run as his parents traveled with other white, European descendent Afrikaners and were attacked by a group of black Africans. He claimed that he came into the world hearing gunfire. This was just one of the many stories that Fritz would eventually tell as he crafted this very complicated and completely unverifiable backstory. Despite the fact that he spent most of his time as a team, being educated in England, he claimed that in those same years he had been captured by Bantu speaking tribe, and had saved himself by making the daughter of the tribal leader fall in love with him. A lot of this is racially very problematic. Like the whole story of of of European colonialism in South Africa is like we're GONNA touch on its own, but there's a lot of pieces that are very racist and problematic. We will talk about Duquesne as an adventure, but we don't really delve into the the really problematic and difficult thing that the attitude of virtually all white European descendent men who categorize themselves as adventures had really really unfortunate and incorrect attitudes about the people that were native to the places they like to explore It's coming on the show many times. So I felt like Duquesne. Story is busy enough. We didn't need to you know, can adventure over that territory again but the do cans did certainly find themselves in the conflict between the blandly inhabitants of south, Africa Fritz is actually alleged to have killed a Zulu man who was attacking his mother when he was still just a boy, and then to have been involved in a much larger battle between the Dutch descendant Afrikaners and a group of Bantu men when he was just twelve. And, while these stories do seem to have at least been grounded in some actual events of conflict, we should note that this information comes from sources that are all written from the Bluer point of view in eighteen o six, the Cape Colony, which had been controlled by the Dutch until this point fell under British control during the Napoleonic wars, this led to a lot of friction. Friction between the brewers and Britain over a number of issues. The biggest one was Britain's anti-slavery stance. Many beurs decided to move to more rural areas. They eventually founded Transvaal and the Orange Free State Britain recognize those independent republics, although as violence between the brewers and the native Bantu, peoples escalated Britain moved in its troops into these republics under the pretext of keeping the peace. There's really a motivation in this whole mix that was outside of diplomacy politics, for Britain that was the discovery of gold and diamonds in the area, and the ports around the Cape, that were active trade routes also added value to Transvaal. That Britain was really eager to control. Yeah, it was initially like Oh. Sure you have your own country. That's fine. Wait. Your countries have stuff Stuff we have to help you helping. We're helping This is of course the very broad strokes version of all of this, but ultimately a struggle for control of the region escalated unsurprisingly into military conflict. The first of these which was called the first boomer war, or sometimes the first Anglo boomer, war or the Transvaal rebellion, and you'll even find. Other names started in December eighteen eighty and it resulted in British defeat. Fritz was just three years old. Win This played out, but the ongoing hostility toward Great Britain in the area was part of a culture that he grew up in and in an odd twist. Twist despite this anti Anglo sentiment Fritz was as we mentioned just a moment ago, sent to England for school as a teenager allegedly at the behest of an uncle on his mother's side. Who recognize that there is just no comparable education in southern. Africa the story goes that after attending private school and graduating Fritz moved on I to Oxford for a year, and then to the Belgian echoed militaire in Brussels. He learned about artillery and engineering as well as explosives. He also became proficient in fencing and swordsmanship, and according to the kind of legendary duquesne accounts. This resulted in the deaths of three different challengers in Dole's. The rose over the affections of young ladies these assertions, though are not really backed up with any kind of attendance.

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"duquesne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"duquesne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The city game Duquesne athletic director Dave Harper said Pinto defied you can't it doesn't want to play the game at PPG paints arena this season or next Harper said he offered to play this year at the Petersen events center for no guarantee for your any special considerations but was turned down right now he is considering pence offered to play at the Pete in twenty twenty one now payday fifty heather like issued a statement this afternoon saying that a game against Duquesne did not fit pants nonconference scheduling bottle this season former point guard Brandon knight is part of the recently announced hall of fame class at Pitt we go out with the Sixers are labeled in short was because I was always a part of some some really good teams you know got the chance to work with some really good people the thirty eight year old died as an assistant coach at Rutgers he was on the fan earlier today Robert Morris's landed a transfer from Bucknell's six seven junior forward Khalil spear he played in forty six games over two seasons for the bison he'll have to sit out this season and then have two years of eligibility the penguins announces winner Dominique Simone underwent surgery for a torn labrum in his shoulder back on April twenty ninth he'll be sidelined six to seven months Simone was injured in late February and missed five games before the NHL season was halted cabin newsradio ten twenty KDKA sports during trying times.

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Duke stunned again, this time by Wake Forest

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:09 sec | 1 year ago

Duke stunned again, this time by Wake Forest

"Another in state loss for Duke falling one thirteen one oh one at Wake Forest in double overtime Peto Syracuse it's seven Duquesne and St Bonaventure

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Toppin scores 28 as No. 5 Dayton cruises past Duquesne 80-70

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Toppin scores 28 as No. 5 Dayton cruises past Duquesne 80-70

"Fifth ranked Dayton has wanted sixteenth in a row the fires dominating in the second half in route to an eighty to seventy win over Duquesne sophomore forward obi Toppin led the way with a game high twenty eight points top and becoming the fiftieth player in school history to hit the one thousand point plateau all the credit goes to my teammates just because without them I wouldn't begin in India these points there says that the way they spread the floor and light we we we have a really go office that helps everybody score junior guard Jaylen Crutcher help that was seventeen all after intermission down at the half for just the second time the flyers outscored the dukes thirty to eleven in the first eleven minutes of the second half date now twenty five in two overall Fortino in A. ten play Ron Friedman Dayton

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Obi Toppin's 22 points help No. 7 Dayton hold off Duquesne

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Obi Toppin's 22 points help No. 7 Dayton hold off Duquesne

"Beach often had a pair of free throws with fifteen seconds ago as seven three two Dayton survived an upset bid from Duquesne seventy three sixty nine top and scored twenty two points and grabbed ten rebounds as he as teammates held off a ducane team that cut date and second half lead from nineteen to to the game is a game runs so everybody's going going to runs here and there and we just know we gotta keep our heads where senior group so we're very comfortable in situations like that will work but in adversity joining topic was Jaylen Crutcher who scored eighteen to go over the one thousand point mark in his career translators added twelve estate moved in nineteen into an eight no in the Atlantic ten became was led by Michael Hughes is nineteen points Marcus whether scored seventeen Duquesne is now fifteen and five five and three in conference Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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"duquesne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"duquesne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Duquesne heights is died police found sixteen year old Alexander Allman wounded inside a home in the three hundred block of single street around three thirty PM he was taken the UPMC mercy in critical condition and died early this morning detectives questioned another team who was there at the time the twenty one year old man died Saturday night after shooting in rank and this happened at the intersection of gas street in north shore alley police found Emory heard Ellis on the road with a gunshot wound to his upper torso. they heard Ellis was hit in what they describe as a gunbattle. Marcus Carter is facing multiple charges including aggravated assault in connection with the shooting. his middle school students are ready to head back to school today but some parents in the school isn't ready for them KDKA TV is Amy waters explains this call is been undergoing extensive renovations since the end of last school year in June and the district says it's near the end of phase one of the project but some parents are complaining that the middle school is not ready for students yet on Thursday families had the chance to tour the schools some parents say it was dusty lights are hanging by wires and not secured walls are completely painted in insulation is showing but the superintendent says the building is ready to open today and noted that a commercial cleaning crew was brought in over the weekend air monitoring is on going and for a limited re resolved do meet EPA standards renovations at Mars middle school continue through the first half of the school year a body was found near railroad tracks on the north side on Saturday night the bodies spotted near the tracks at Anderson in North canal streets around eight fifteen PM police say it was a man in his forties or fifties the cause of death is undetermined almost all British Airways flights are canceled today here's CBS is Vicky Barker I'm looking at a website that tracks flights in and out of the ace terminal at London's Heathrow airport every single departing flight has a big red cancel sign next to it be a pilot staging a forty eight hour strike over pay the airline says it's offered eleven and a half percent over three years the union says that doesn't begin to make up for the pay cuts pilots took when the airline fell on hard times they shared the pain then now they want to share the profits Vicki Barker CBS news London the storm that hit the Virgin Islands Bahamas in North Carolina last far eastern Canada with hurricane force winds for much of Sunday I'm Tom forty as once monster hurricane Dorian was finishing its destructive run in eastern Canada the damage and death thought it left behind early on in the Bahamas was just beginning to be really seen unfold there are clusters and communities they were devastated almost as though nuclear bombs were dropped on them that. celebrate the the the suffering is in the devastation is more green as administrator of the US agency for international development even with dozens confirmed dead the casualty count is expected to grow as many more are still missing Dorian was at its strongest when it lingered over article on grand Bahama islands for more than fifty hours Tom forty CBS news in sports the Steelers opened the season with the thirty three three loss at New England last night.

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"duquesne" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

Sports Gambling Podcast

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

"Don't Cain Duquesne eighty five to one and a bunch of other teams that are super shot. See what you did there? Fordham five hundred to one. Oh, there it is there. It is the Bronx. All right. I'm gonna keep it simple. Kick things off. Gimme VCE hill minus forty best team here. I I don't mean who really who really slows them down in this thing. I don't think I think this is one of the conferences that's gonna flip over everything. I I feel pretty good that you see will not win this thing. Wow. Okay. What a bunch of games in a row and part of what makes them really good as David great home court environment. This far away from that VCU number one in defensive efficiency number three and offense. Efficiency who you go with Colby? We'll look at me wrong. They also have the outright bid. So they don't need the same thing with exactly. So I actually, you know, I think my play would be the Dayton flyers. However, oh, I will say that Duquesne at eighty five to one is fucking valuable. I know Duquesne past two weeks of the season really kind of lost their shit. They were much higher ranked. But they have a good amount of talent that roster. You like do you like decanes your longshot Eytan as you're more lock? If you will. Yeah. I mean, Bonnie's Bonnie's are hot. I know. Some you guys might like that. If you follow the ten somebody guys might like the bodies. Same thing. Yeah. Go go Kramer. Well, yeah. I was gonna say VCU's in it's unclear that means they're going to really really bus. They're asked to to win this ornament. I definitely Dayton. I was dreading you saying Dayton here. Because I I do think they're the team that could poke their head up. They certainly need the game. They're they're they're solid. They definitely can score the basketball and they can play enough defense. It's it's really gonna come down to VC wants to play hard and play defense. Right. Like, that's how they win games. And that's all about effort. So I just think that there's not I mean, I think is better than everybody. But I don't think it's that much that maybe be dating by one point last time. They will they miss can they miss out if they lose they got an outright. But I'm saying is that the other teams are pretty good. And once you take them away from Richmond. I think they're beatable who else is getting in here if VCU wins no-one, see, that's what you have to worry about these these crooked. Conference. Cernan refs, I'm serious. If you heard Atlantic ten ref or you're you're the Atlantic ten you don't wanna get a second team in. And if it's a championship game between VCU and Dayton. Don't they go? I don't know. You might you might be right. Yeah. Or maybe they just go..

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Persons of interest sought in alleged Jussie Smollett attack

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Persons of interest sought in alleged Jussie Smollett attack

"An assault those pictured or seen in the vicinity of the alleged criminal incident during the alleged time in the occurrence the star said he was beaten after visiting a subway restaurant. But so far police have not been able to paint much of the picture. Meantime, it will go on with his scheduled performance of his this Saturday. In Los Angeles. Matt piper. CBS news in sports. Chris Tang tied. Paul copies franchise record for career goals by a defenseman in a penguins win over Tampa Bay and Duquesne rally to beat Rhode Island. Jim colony O tell you more at six seventeen six three now AAA traffic AccuWeather coming up

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"duquesne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Now for the Duquesne basketball team seventy seven to seventy three over first place Saint Louis at the Palumbo center. Marcus weather's had nineteen points thirteen in the second half. He also grabbed nine rebounds as weather's in the duke's dealt the billions their first conference loss. Of course. We knew that are, you know, everytime everytime. We come out. We come out with a chip on our owner, we come out to make a statement. So, you know, a lot of people are going to keep me in surprised by us. We're not gonna see it as a surprise because we envisioned everything that's happening right now. The dukes were underdogs at home. Eric Williams said sixteen points and twelve rebounds sincere carry a freshman, ten points and seven assists for the Duke. So now five and one in the eight ten a half game out of first place home against VCU Saturday at two tonight. Robert Morris is home against sacred heart's the big division to women's match up in Indiana was won by thirteenth ranked at California university of all kinds knocked off number one UP sixty one fifty six the forthright. UP men beat Cal eighty one to fifty six Chris Beatty. The new receivers coach at the university of Pittsburgh, the forty five year old Beatty whilst recently coached at Maryland has also coached at Virginia. Wisconsin Illinois Vanderbilt West Virginia among other stops at the Pro Bowl marquees pouncey says that something could still be worked out between Antonio Brown and the Steelers he claims that Brown was never a distraction, which is hard to believe based on what happened leading up to the regular season finale juju Smith Schuster was thirty minutes late for Pro Bowl practice, which is no big deal. But we've seen what no big deals can become from the wider wellness center. Sports desk. I'm Jim comedy NewsRadio. Ten twenty k sports. You know, the books. Right. I mean that's short for.

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"duquesne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Duquesne university law expert, Katie gay radio's Joe Decio reports the Pennsylvania supreme court previously struck down an assault weapons ban in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia and would do so again says Duquesne university. Professor, Bruce Leto, it's hard to imagine anything that would really be meaningful in terms of gun control that could be lawfully enacted by any Pennsylvania municipality. The state constitution gives the legislature the authority to regulate guns and even more liberal state. High court is unlikely to change that Joe to steal NewsRadio ten twenty Katie K. There were more evacuations overnight in northern California where deadly wildfires have claimed twice. Ninety nine lives within two hundred people are unaccounted for now in southern California and Calabasas the Wolsey fire has burned half dozen homes. CBS's Kris Martinez reports neighbors came together to console each other just hours after all was lost. It's hard to process. This is massive loss in such a short amount of time. Squeeze your loved ones tonight because in a moment's notice things can change fire officials say high winds and dry conditions are expected to make the battle even more difficult throughout the week. The fires are blamed for at least two deaths in southern California. President Trump reportedly wants to cut off relief funds meant to help Puerto Rico continue recovering from hurricane Maria. Here's CBS's. Steven Portnoy, according to a report by the online news site, axios. The president is so incensed about the idea that Puerto Rico's government is using hurricane recovery funds to pay its longstanding debts. He's threatening to cut off future. Funding last month. He tweeted the islands inept politicians were using ridiculously high amounts of relief funds for other obligations, New York governor Andrew Cuomo blast the idea of cutting off recovery money as unconscionable. He accuses the president of quote trafficking in conspiracy theory, the president of the US conference of Catholic bishops card. Daniel DiNardo says the group will continue to address the clergy sex abuse crisis despite a delay on votes at its Baltimore conference today requested by the Vatican on new steps to combat abuse. We have accepted with disappointment this this particular event took place this morning. We have not lessened in any of our resolve for for actions that can ask that the US bishops wait until after a Vatican convened global meeting on sex abuse in February new US guidelines on exercise recommend getting children active at a younger age to avoid health problems later in life. Here's the AP's. My campaign did use to be age six, but assistant secretary for health Admiral breath, wa says guidelines now advise kids only half that age to be involved in active play throughout the day. Those recommendations are that children in the three to five year old age group really require about three hours of active activities per day for adults the advice remains to get at least two and a half hours of exercise each week. Including aerobic exercise and lifting weights or other muscle, strengthening work. I'm Mike campaign on Wall Street right now Hefford Tillotson says the Dow is down four hundred fifty nine points at twenty five thousand five thirty the NASDAQ down one hundred seventy four the S and P down forty two in sports..

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"duquesne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"To Duquesne basketball and volleyball will undergo comprehensive renovations to become the UPN. See Cooper Fieldhouse the facility set to open in twenty twenty will include up-to-date technology lecture halls in new. Premium seating. According to university, president Ken Gormley, we had in mind really stepping up in terms of the athletic program to return to what it used to be. You came basketball and volleyball teams will be relocated for their twenty nineteen twenty twenty seasons with construction set to begin in March twenty nineteen Shelby Cassese NewsRadio. Ten twenty k secretary of state Mike Pompeo vowed today that a caravan of Central American migrants will not enter the United States here. CBS Rakoff secretary of state Mike Pompeo had a blunt statement for those migrants pushing toward the US border with Mexico. The caravan will not cross our southern border illegally under any circumstances. Pompeii oh said there's only one way that migrants will be able to come into this country to those who want to come here. Come here. Legally legal immigration is the surest way to obtain the better life, you're looking for here in the United States of America. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the supreme court says she has the beginning stages of dementia and probably Alzheimer's disease. O'connor made the announcement in a letter today, she says her diagnosis was made some time ago and that asks her condition has progressed she is no longer able to participate in public life. O'connor is eighty eight was nominated by president Ronald Reagan and took her seat on the court in nineteen Eighty-one on Wall Street today. Hefferin Tillotson says the Dow closed down one hundred twenty six points at twenty five thousand one ninety one the NASDAQ down thirty one the s&p was down fifteen in sports penguins. Play in Edmonton tonight and the World Series starts in Boston tonight. As the Red Sox host the dodgers. It's five thirty three time to call Ireland contracting at one eight hundred new roof for twelve months, no interest on Pella energy star window. Ios and doors, triple A, traffic and AccuWeather next. I am.

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"duquesne" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on KQED Radio

"She calls her lab at Duquesne university in Pittsburgh, the home of pain nanomedicine. This is the machinery make the nanoparticles on is called the microphone is her Holdaway micro fluid eiser to look at her today. You wouldn't think this slender bubbly woman is someone who has to deal with pain? Her lab is filled with a handful of dedicated young students, Nick Schmitz Lulu, Michelle her ninety Eric Lambert, the idea with pain nanomedicine is to put a pain medicine into a nanoparticle injected into a patient where it will be picked up by the patient's immune cells, and reduce those cells capacity to cause inflammation Jagna says her approach doesn't try to disable the immune cells. You still want them to fight infection. You still want him to do with? They're supposed to do. But we almost try to stop them from going into override and then causing chronic pain Jagna has begun testing her pain nanomedicine on animals to see if it can relieve their pain and she's begun. Preliminary work with. The military on a project to see if her approach could be adapted to treating pain from severe injuries young itches passionate about her work. Her drive to find something to help others with pain comes from her own experience as a patient. I want an answer attitude was really strong. I want to figure out this. And she thinks researchers would gain a lot from talking to the people. They're trying to help my take messages as the patient. I asked the kid was ten ask the grandpa with rheumatoid arthritis. What that feels like this is what I really want to see flourish. Maybe this is already happening somewhere. If it is. I want to know if you're inspiring your research this way down I wanna talk to you. That's really what I want while she waits to see whether her pain nanomedicine works. She manages her own pain, mostly without drugs. She does a kind of meditation. She tries.

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Taliban, Kabul and US discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Taliban, Kabul and US discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

"Violence in Afghanistan is escalating after a massive Taliban assault on. A town near Kabul here's CBS's Cami McCormick at the Pentagon security forces backed. By US troops. Claim they gained control now over. Large parts of Ghazni the Taliban have launched an attack in another, province to the north a Taliban assault on Ghazni just seventy five miles from Kabul. Began late last week one hundred. Afghan troops were killed now an attack on an Afghan base in the north has killed. Nearly twenty Afghan soldiers the insurgents also sees. Tanks humvees and ammunition the US strategy has been forced to, Taliban to negotiating table but the group is instead asserting. Itself on the

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Duquesne Bar, Khalid Masud and British Parliament discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Duquesne Bar, Khalid Masud and British Parliament discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

"Car has smashed into barriers outside. The British parliament building in London and a number of people, are injured CBS is Debra patta is there And the other occupants in the. Car at this state police are not calling it a, terrorist incident does, bear all the hallmarks of a car ramming incidents as well but accidents also happened be counterterrorism command is, leading the investigation about a year ago Khalid Masud plowed a car into crowds on, Westminster bridge killing four

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Trump changes tune about 2016 Trump Tower meeting, mentions "witch hunt"

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Trump changes tune about 2016 Trump Tower meeting, mentions "witch hunt"

"Field. Street bridge is closed this morning along with west Carson street, where the train cars are removed. A process expected to take about seventy two hours. A bus shuttle will be serving the south hills junction and the upper stations of both Amman and the Duquesne inclines. Well, one person is in a hospital after a shooting late last night in the hill district has happened just after eleven thirty in the twenty five hundred block of Chauncey drive. We have no word on the victim's condition or a suspect and a man shot in Stowe township. In late July, died over the weekend twenty eight year old. Robert Barnett of mckeesport died at Allegheny general police say he was shot in the chest during a dispute by thirty six year old Amina woods on July twenty. Seventh woods whose freon Bod was initially charged with attempted homicide and other crimes. Bishop. David Subic sent a letter to Catholics in the diocese of Pittsburgh, read at every mass in every parish over the weekend. That letter prepared for parishioners for the release of a grand jury report about sex abuse in the church. Subic tells. Katie k ATV the names of all Pittsburgh clergy accused of, sexually abusing minors will be revealed. By the diocese once the grand jury report is. Released everybody felt it was important in the letter to get people ready for the report because it's going to be. Tough, and at the same time to realize that the decisions that the dice is a Pittsburgh mice today are far different than what have been made of the course of the. Last ten twenty years Subic says ninety percent of the allegations in the diocese of Pittsburgh happened before. Nineteen ninety President, Trump is offering a different account of a. Campaign meeting with Russians here's CBS's Tom Foty tweeting away from his New Jersey golfers or President Trump's changed his account of two thousand sixteen Trump Tower meeting are. Involved Russians linked to the Kremlin members of his campaign staff and family first. Version. Involved talk of Russian adoptions now Mr. Trump says it was to, get information on an opponent he claims it was totally. Legal Donal time went nowhere on he did not know about it and the president is again denouncing special Counsel Robert Muller's, investigation of Russian meddling in. The two thousand sixteen election and any possible collusion with the Trump. Campaign here's CBS's mega Oliver criticizing Muller, and his team at a rally in Ohio on Saturday the president took to Twitter Sunday calling Muller's investigation quote the. Most one sided witch-hunt in the history of our country in sports the pirates lost two one to Saint Louis Sunday afternoon chase Elliott won his first NASCAR.

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Chaotic Pittsburgh freight train derailment blocks light rail tracks

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

02:52 min | 2 years ago

Chaotic Pittsburgh freight train derailment blocks light rail tracks

"For south hills commuters authority CEO Catherine Kellerman tells Katie clearly we will not be able to Of this particular section trains coming inbound to the city. If we have everything up in running we'll be diverting. At the south hills junction location inbound light rail trains are using the tracks to Allentown today the across the river. And serve all downtown light rail stations delays expected and the Smithfield street bridge will be closed this morning along with west Carson street while the train cars are removed that's. A process expected to take about seventy two hours a bus shuttle will be serving south hills junction and the upper stations of the Mon and Duquesne inclines. As well one person. Is in a hospital after a shooting late last night, in the hill district has happened just after eleven, thirty in the twenty five hundred block of Chauncey, drive we have no word on the victim's. Condition or a suspect the Catholic diocese, Pittsburgh prepared parisioners over the, weekend for the release of a grand jury report a letter from Bishop. David Subic was read at every mass in every parish saying the, names of. Clergy members in the diocese accused. Of sexually abusing minors will be Revealed when the report is released in a few days Subic tells Katie k ATV he hopes the report. Will not cause further pain to the, victims we want people who are victims to be, able to really help them to heal and if there's somebody who was abused and they have reported it we need to hear it Subic also says the church responds differently to abuse allegations by removing a priest or deacon from ministry sharing the news. With parishioners and alerting law enforcement five people on board. A small plane were killed when the aircraft crashed in southern California Sunday more from Ken Xs Cooper Rummell the twin. Engine Cessna declared an emergency on its way into Orange County and did receive permission to land at John Wayne airport before it crashed into a crowded parking lot not one. Person on board survived after the plane hit the ground and destroyed an empty car there was no fire and nobody on the ground was injured that plane. Was coming from San. Francisco President Trump is offering a different account of a, meeting with Russians here's CBS's Tom Foty tweeting away, from his New Jersey golfers or present Trump's changed his account of not twenty sixteen Trump Tower. Meeting not involved Russians linked to the Kremlin members of his campaign staff and family. First version involved talk of Russian adoptions now Mr. Trump says it, was to get information on. An opponent he claims it was totally legal Donal time went nowhere and he did not know about, it and the president is again denouncing, special counsel, Robert Mueller's investigation of. Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election and any possible collusion with the Trump campaign CBS's Meg Oliver has that you're criticizing Muller and his team at a rally in Ohio on Saturday the president took to Twitter Sunday calling Muller's investigation quote the most one sided witch hunt. In the history of our country in sports the pirates lost two one to Saint Louis Sunday..

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Small plane crashes in Southern California parking lot, killing 5

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

02:52 min | 2 years ago

Small plane crashes in Southern California parking lot, killing 5

"For south hills commuters authority CEO Catherine Kellerman tells Katie clearly we will not be able to Of this particular section trains coming inbound to the city. If we have everything up in running we'll be diverting. At the south hills junction location inbound light rail trains are using the tracks to Allentown today the across the river. And serve all downtown light rail stations delays expected and the Smithfield street bridge will be closed this morning along with west Carson street while the train cars are removed that's. A process expected to take about seventy two hours a bus shuttle will be serving south hills junction and the upper stations of the Mon and Duquesne inclines. As well one person. Is in a hospital after a shooting late last night, in the hill district has happened just after eleven, thirty in the twenty five hundred block of Chauncey, drive we have no word on the victim's. Condition or a suspect the Catholic diocese, Pittsburgh prepared parisioners over the, weekend for the release of a grand jury report a letter from Bishop. David Subic was read at every mass in every parish saying the, names of. Clergy members in the diocese accused. Of sexually abusing minors will be Revealed when the report is released in a few days Subic tells Katie k ATV he hopes the report. Will not cause further pain to the, victims we want people who are victims to be, able to really help them to heal and if there's somebody who was abused and they have reported it we need to hear it Subic also says the church responds differently to abuse allegations by removing a priest or deacon from ministry sharing the news. With parishioners and alerting law enforcement five people on board. A small plane were killed when the aircraft crashed in southern California Sunday more from Ken Xs Cooper Rummell the twin. Engine Cessna declared an emergency on its way into Orange County and did receive permission to land at John Wayne airport before it crashed into a crowded parking lot not one. Person on board survived after the plane hit the ground and destroyed an empty car there was no fire and nobody on the ground was injured that plane. Was coming from San. Francisco President Trump is offering a different account of a, meeting with Russians here's CBS's Tom Foty tweeting away, from his New Jersey golfers or present Trump's changed his account of not twenty sixteen Trump Tower. Meeting not involved Russians linked to the Kremlin members of his campaign staff and family. First version involved talk of Russian adoptions now Mr. Trump says it, was to get information on. An opponent he claims it was totally legal Donal time went nowhere and he did not know about, it and the president is again denouncing, special counsel, Robert Mueller's investigation of. Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election and any possible collusion with the Trump campaign CBS's Meg Oliver has that you're criticizing Muller and his team at a rally in Ohio on Saturday the president took to Twitter Sunday calling Muller's investigation quote the most one sided witch hunt. In the history of our country in sports the pirates lost two one to Saint Louis Sunday..

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Pennsylvania investigating sex abuse by priests in six Catholic dioceses

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Pennsylvania investigating sex abuse by priests in six Catholic dioceses

"Are live at the McDonald's in her way near the turnpike celebrating the big MAC's, fiftieth anniversary, with, McDonald's, and, the, delegate, family more on that coming up, right now. Time for I named the newsmaker and we have a pair of tickets to see the pirates. In Braves on Tuesday the twenty-first. At seven zero five and the question is who's starting pitcher for the pirates tomorrow night against Saint. Louis four one two nine. Two two, ten, twenty name the newsmaker Prom night shaven lo HANA law firm studios has the voice. Offense for news from a radio now sixty six, at Pittsburgh International, hits five thirty I'm Paul Rasmussen the remains of dozens of presume casualties of the Korean war back on US soil following an emotional ceremony in Hawaii fifty five boxes great with American flags were carried off a c. seventeen, and into a hangar, at joint. Base Pearl Harbor Hickam vice president Pence presided over the return of the remains handed, over by, North, Korea last, week, today is just the beginning Our work will not be complete until all our. Fallen heroes, are accounted for and home the military will take. The remains to a laboratory at the base for identification a Pennsylvania state lawmaker who. Says he was sexually abused by a Catholic priest when he was a boy is, praising the release of the names of seventy-one priests and. Others accused of child abuse in the diocese of Harrisburg Mark Rossi calls the. Releases, step toward transparency Harrisburg Bishop Ronald gainer issued. In apology Wednesday I want to take this opportunity to express my sadness that youth under the church's. Supervision were abused gainer says prior bishops, didn't adequately, respond to all the allegations police are looking for a gunman who shot a young man Wednesday. Afternoon in Duquesne this happened around five PM. In the one thousand block of beat at St. suspect. Got out of a dark colored sedan On Clark screeches before he shot the man in. The lower, body he's, described as black with dreadlocks and was wearing a dark colored. Hoodie and, jeans the shooting victim is in stable condition at a hospital anyone.

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Buster Olney -- Why Cleveland Indians have an edge over AL contenders

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

02:27 min | 2 years ago

Buster Olney -- Why Cleveland Indians have an edge over AL contenders

"Go Yeah, I know all while you were gone Yeah so if. They lose today I'm going to get blamed. I got it or lose the. Next game I'm going to get. Blamed? Thirty. Watch your back last night though right Okay so you're. Off the hook that oh thank. Goodness I understand the pirates have never shut out the Cleveland Indians in Cleveland. In, eighty five tries going back to. The, eighteen hundreds Wow We forget that they were in the same league back in the eighteen hundreds the Cleveland. Spiders Oh wow that them Think, I don't know nap. LaJoie, shut. Him out Napoleon lingerie yeah he was or polio joy, as I said with, a, kid as, a, kid but I don't know hey you know. Rain whatever doesn't really matter the pirates rated out wait, it out three rain delays beat the Indian. Seven nothing the game finally called after six innings, so they've now won ten straight as John mentioned Josh Harrison who'd been out with a sore hamstring return, to the lineup and in his first. At bat he launched a three run, Homer Indians ace Corey kluber, in the second inning as the bet went on it was just a matter. Of getting back into the fill of the game I knew, once I was able to, take a, swinger to I was able to kinda you know knock off the cobwebs and the two strike pitch was pissed that I didn't miss thank God missed. Enough, of them so so good to, get one yeah he's not had his best season. But Manny jumped on that over four hundred feet. The bucks added another run. To take a four nothing, lead in the second and after a rain delay they tacked on three, more runs, in, the fourth to on Gregory politicos triple Harrison Jody, Mercer, and startling Martinez All. Had, two hits and Trevor Williams allowed, four hits and two walks and hits short shutout. Pirates will go with Joe muss grove tonight in. Cleveland against Indians rookie Shane. Bieber at seven ten on, the fan cardinals righthander Daniel punts delay on didn't allow a hit over, seven innings, and, his major league debut But the reds still rallied for two runs in the ninth and beat the cardinals. Two to one that helped the the the top pirates basketball non conference schedule is out the, ACC big ten challenge November. Twenty seventh at Iowa the city game against Duquesne November thirtieth the Panthers are at West Virginia Saturday December eighth Troy, Merritt when the rain delayed barbasol championship twenty three under par for him Steve Kroft tied for tenth he was. Eighteen under from the wider wellness center sports desk..

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Regional airlines hurt by worsening pilot shortage

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

02:51 min | 2 years ago

Regional airlines hurt by worsening pilot shortage

"Blogs stumble upon where can post docs when you need to know what's going on it happened in the fifteen hundred block of east carson's through the weekend caused major headaches promoter at he's pleased with the results of the democratic party committee endorsing significant changes include jarvis do you know who is we're still voice of fits berg newsradio ten twenty katie it is six twenty eight at katie the number of people who are traveling by air those numbers just keep going up and as cbs transportation correspondent kris van cleave reports it comes at a time when the airlines are having a harder and harder time getting pilots yuma arizona largely agricultural region of about two hundred thousand has seen airline departures drop more than fifty percent today the only flights out go to phoenix that phoenix route is operated by a regional carrier just like forty two percent of the nation's air service those smaller airlines are being hurt by pilot retirements and expansion at bigger carriers recent studies predictor shortage of more than fourteen thousand pilots by twenty twenty six so if you're interested in flying now might be the time to consider a career in the cockpit which by the way is an awful lot of fun to do i have a pilot's license believe it or not i had to decide whether i could afford flying or marriage i chose marriage about to say the jury is still out on the decision but to many people know my wife prom night shaven lo hana law firms studios has the voice of pittsburgh from a radio now seventy five in overcast at pittsburgh international at six thirty i'm paul rasmussen black flooding down trees and power lines of very familiar story in the pittsburgh area this summer more severe weather last night to hit fox chapel o'hara and asked milwaukee again all three communities soaked earlier this week katie k atv's lisa washington is there we did the same thing that we did two days ago we drove around this area just to look at some of the damage and what we saw was the same scenario there was lots of debris in asphalt in the road as for dell road is closed in the same location so those people who are coming off route twenty eight hoping to get to fox chapel via della fill road we'll have to make a detour report road is open washington boulevard closed in both directions from allegheny river boulevard to run boulevard sharps berg also hit hard by the storms again this time and in pittsburgh the rep weather was felt mainly in the east end and on the north side many power outages at six am duquesne light reports over ten thousand with the biggest numbers in millville squirrel hill stanton heights in o'hara and first energy has about six hundred eighty customers without service.

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Family separation policy debate continues in Washington, nationwide

Bloomberg Daybreak

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Family separation policy debate continues in Washington, nationwide

"The debate heats up over the trump administration's families separation policy the latest from bloomberg's michael barr good morning good morning bob democrats continued to reject president trump's policy of separating immigrant children from parents who are legally cross the mexican border several democrats paid a surprise visit to aggression and customs enforcement centers including one in mcallen texas and added detention facility in elizabeth new jersey do york congressman jerrold nadler said the white house policy is unamerican must not be must not be who we are as a nation meanwhile president trump's former chief strategist steve bannon said he supports the white house zero tolerance policy banning on abc's this week also said the president's critics are just trying to vilify him stop the games the city okay this is all games this game the demonize him bannon says the president does not have to justify the borders separations first lady melania trump in a rare foray into policy matters said yesterday though that a spokesman said that the us must be a country that governs with heart in japan three people are dead and scores are injured after a strong earthquake hit osaka this morning german chancellor angela merkel is facing a serious crisis to her leadership as her sister party the christian social union is threatening to undermine her immigration policy in europe bloomberg's birgit jennen has more from berlin wants to send back asylumseekers to the country where they came from before they enter the country this would put an extra burden on countries like italy where asylumseekers usually arrive mcelwain meet today with italian president trump zappa conti to forge a compromise in berlin birgit jennen bloomberg daybreak columbia elected marketfriendly lawyer yvonne do carrying elections yesterday bloomberg's matthew bristow has more from bogota duquesne he wants to cut taxes on corporations guitar makers stuggle pitcher who wants it wealthy colombians to pay more tax when he takes office in august took it will face a migration crisis from venezuela and fiscal deficit is putting the country's credit rating risk place has the strongest performing emerging market currency this year as investors prostrated get victory in matthew bristow bloomberg daybreak global news twenty four hours a day on aaron i'd take back on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob michael thank you very much that brings us to six thirty five on wall street time for your bloomberg nbc sports update.

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Child battling muscular dystrophy hugs Trump

Rich Zeoli

02:29 min | 2 years ago

Child battling muscular dystrophy hugs Trump

"The fda process certainly is no guarantee as we found out this week they pulled another drug off the market no guarantee of safety anyway but right to try man your body to your life well it's your body certainly when it comes to being able to try to take a drug that may save your life a child battling muscular dystrophy hugged president trump today at this very important signing ceremony in the white house eight year old jordan mclean of indiana a bashful attempted to hug the president who missed his first few tries after a third attempt embraced mclennan has and i'm going to say this wrong do duquesne duquesne muscular dystrophy a degenerative genetic disease symptoms first appear three to five years of age and children afflicted with the md are likely to be wheelchair bound by the age of twelve life expectancy was until recently very short many did not survive beyond their teen years according to dmc website but advances and care of extended life expectancy into the early thirties and longer in recent years supporters say the legislation that president trump signed today could help mclean get access to experimental drugs and treatments not yet approved by the food and drug administration there are no options but now you have hope you really have hope mr trump said during the signing now you have hope the youngster is no stranger to politics when the right to try legislation came to the house in march of twenty eighteen republican representatives brought mcclen and other terminally ill patients to the house chamber he sat next to representative greg walden of oregon while the house discussed the potentially lifesaving bill mcclennan also appeared two years ago with then governor mike pence now vice president as he signed the nearly identical right to try legislation specific to their home state the bill passed unanimously in the state legislature of indiana well many patients and families in positions similar to that of mclennan's support the chance to try not yet fda approved drugs and treatments some patient groups in medical advocates are concerned that the new law could actually make it more difficult for new drugs to receive fda approval.

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Brazil president hopes measures will end crippling strike

Midday on WNYC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Brazil president hopes measures will end crippling strike

"I i'll top stories raniall nunez with the bbc news the brazilian president has reduced the price of diesel by the equivalent of just under fourteen cents per liter a concession aimed at resolving at truckers strike that has been crippling the country for almost a week catalina has more the truck drivers main complaint has been the price of diesel which has risen sharply in the past two years last week they invoked on a campaign of strikes and roadblocks which broke brazil to a standstill long queues formed at petrol stations apple were running out of fuel and supermarket shelves were empty a deal was reached with some of the unions on thursday but many truckers rejected it and roadblocks continued to operate in at least eight states the two main candidates in colombia's presidential election have gone through to the second round no candidate could claim an outright victory by securing more than fifty percent of the vote vote for the second round will be held in june katie watson reports right wing yvonne duquesne is a man who represents traditional politics he's publicly criticized the peacedale agreed with the former faulk rebels as being too lenient striking a chord with many more conservative voters but in the second round he'll go head to head with the man on the other end of the political spectrum who's davos petro is a former member of the nineteen rebel group who's made inequality and corruption priorities in this campaign for mexican authorities say they've arrested the wife of numancia sagarra the head of one of the country's most powerful drug cartels rosa linda gonzalez was arrested on charges of laundering funds for the homeless go new generation cartel one of the most violent in mexico the hillis school has been challenging other gangs across mexico for the control of drug trafficking routes to the us the gang war has led to some of.

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March Madness: Michigan beats Houston when freshman sinks 3-pointer at the buzzer

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

March Madness: Michigan beats Houston when freshman sinks 3-pointer at the buzzer

"Friday morning at six forty i'm dave uram the madness continues on the team know that i never lose confidence and arms he's got to always be ready for the opportunity for the moment eighteen year old michigan freshman jordan pool the hero with the deep beating three two defeat houston sixty four sixty three in the second round of the ncaa tournament that dot the only time jumper yesterday loyola chicago's clinton custer knocking on down three point six seconds left to upset three seed at tennessee sixty three sixty two he got the role the only thing i can think about after the game was is that that's all the hard work that i've put like that you put into a situation like this eaton hall not in this situation as the pirates lost a one seeded kansas eighty three to seventy nine texas tech be florida's sixty nine sixty six gonzaga over ohio state ninety two eighty four villanova duquesne kentucky moving on with routes syracuse takes michigan state her trip.

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"duquesne" Discussed on Bang the Book

Bang the Book

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on Bang the Book

"Tournament your priced against duquesne on wednesday probably going to be inflated a little bit is that a situation you wanna back i would say no i'd be worried to tobacco situation like that you know lombardo ventures the team that has a star in jaylen adam uh but in your the rest of the team around and hasn't necessarily always carry year and uh you know being so reliant on one player can be pretty difficult sounds like another team it's an action tonight who may wind up playing itself out of the bubbles oklahoma and we talked about them last week with brad powers and about so that's another thing too is these networks want to drum up interest in march madness i mean march madness does kind of sell itself we talk about it seem like oklahoma intriguing on mean everyone knows the name trey young if you follow college basketball at all you know trey young and what we talk about with brad powers last week is he was saying but treong is a great player and me scoring twenty nine points per game but what he does to oklahoma any eyes of the betting market you know people think oklahoma's a much better team and they are i mean this is already attend lost team below 500 in big ten play our big 12 play their seed right now per lunardi but they're kind of going in the wrong direction here but people think trey young oklahoma's awesome they've got the best player in the country supporting cast is not very good so if you've got those teams that are you know one player dominant here you may hear about them over and over again on espn and cbs sports and fox sports one and all that but all that does is obscure the fact that it's a very flawed dean behind that player and this is a time of year to when you could play up on some.

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"duquesne" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To its one night on six nights off i tell you what i always say if i were the lucky ones kenny we got two arms two legs were healthy if you can work work in i don't mind driving it guy right now listen restituta is actually locked us in now so he is probably driving over here to the golden nuggets let's let's go and hit the college hardwood and i will started off with the exercise some really big games tomorrow to wcc the biggest of the year and of course in big games in the pac 12 as well with you scn arizona ucla in tempe to take on arizona state amongst others all right here's what we have starting tomorrow more fordham and duquesne that saw lisi's alma mater ford and taking on duquesne i liked astute stena dave you've got to see them do newel because you saw san friendly nevada and do came was in that little tournament did you get to see duquesne i did thanks for reminding that they had a tough point guard who was kinda grady they lost to southern illinois probably the game you saw correct at the end certain yup you know your typical east coast team that i mean they tried to mark it up a little bit and get india but it's funny i meet people from from pennsylvania and a couple of people have 'candide to do and they're opened this program gets to where it needs to be there you go nudes in pittsburgh and of course uh you know they put us some good solid players uh duquesne at home minuseight i'd only look that way fordham's horrendous on the road so uh don't really want to touch fordham now duquesne is tendon seven against the spread how 'bout to five fourteen five and fourteen break their lets me not a onegoal on those ram speaking of temple uh in the american athletic fourteen intend in dumfries team not not the best but do taking on.

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"duquesne" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"duquesne" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"From duquesne university also in pittsburgh united become friends during my senior year in physics when i arranged an exchange programme between two canes psychology department than the psychology department at emu cmu they were rat runners in that duqesne they were studying phenomenology or the structure of experienced now roles had been a grad student at harvard under timothy leary so he had done tons of lsd and he's had lived with the community at millbrook him i figure well if anybody knows what happens to me it's going gonna be roll rolf you'll you'll know so i go up i walk into his office and he took one look at me and he goes sit out you know i was altered and then with the other arm he swept everything off his desk onto the floor and he folded his hands put his elbows on the desk and said okay what happened to you and so for the next roughly three and a half hour ars is i'm telling him but details of what had happened no while i was talking gives neighbor lady came in and she listened respectfully from the distance than she left and she came back with you okinawa's autobiography and she came up put it you know by my right hand well now before this had happened i would've looked at the book of what nonsense i would have thrown it away well having twenty had these experiences i read it some of with like a roadmap of my experiences so that i begin with a friend who was a grad student two two km university i began doing the okinawa lessons was eventually initiated into crear yoga by one of yoga non district disciples and so i had that practice sort of going on in the background so i was opening screw that into an understanding of the language in the concepts available in advance meditative traditions realizing that all.

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