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"edward ned" Discussed on ARRL Audio News
"Ut See and continuing until April nineteenth at midnight. The theme for this year is celebrating amateur radios contribution to society. I argue President Tim. Ellum v six S H notes that the covert nineteen pandemic cast the event in a different light than in years past quote a few short years ago many of us could not imagine the levels of isolation that we are now dealing with and the sacrifices of many on the front lines of the pandemic as we have done in the past challenges to our society amateur radio will play a key part and keeping people connected and in assisting those who need support unquote due to the ongoing. Cova nineteen response and mitigation actions. The Twenty Twenty Armed Forces Day Cross band tests which was scheduled for Saturday. May ninth has been postponed because it's uncertain just Wednesday at home. Orders will be lifted across the. Us planners chose to postpone this year's event because the government stations that typically support the event may not be available armed forces day cross band test planners are considering scheduling an event in November in honor of veteran's Day depending on the cove in nineteen mitigation actions during the cross band test military stations and various locations transmit on selected military frequencies and announce the specific ham frequencies they are monitoring to work radio. Amateurs A. R. L. President Rick Rodrick K. Five you are has appointed Edward Ned stearns a seven am Scottsdale Arizona as a R L South Western division vice director succeeding Mark Weiss K. Six F G. Who resigned this will mark the third time stearns held the post? He served a South Western division vice director for two thousand five to two thousand six.
"edward ned" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"To be developed in eighteen eighty six when forty seven year old. Sarah Winchester arrived in. What is now Silicon Valley? She was blown away by the sprawling pastoral landscape there. She met a man named Edward Ned. Rambo he was an agent with the Winchester Repeating Arms Company San Francisco Branch. Sarah fell in love with the ranch style property that Rambo and Rambo told her that she was in luck. A neighbor was selling something similar. The visit changed. Sarah's legacy forever. The eight bedroom home was nestled in a valley surrounded by rolling hills. Even the winchester felt that the one story farmhouse was rather modest. She purchased it and the forty five acres. It sat on for what would be around three hundred fifty thousand dollars today. A drop in the bucket for the multi millionaire. Sarah had DECA didn't plans for the farmhouse. She hit the ground running and began turning the home into a stunning work of art. Sarah allegedly hired two different architects to help her with the design but neither shared her ambitious vision. They shot down many ever grand ideas so Sarah Winchester decided she would do it herself. She was by no means an architect. She had completed pet projects in the past and helped with the designs of their new haven home but this endeavor drastically exceeded her skill set. That didn't stop her. Sarah drew plans and hired carpenters to begin construction right away. Sarah designed the brand new second floor as a series of apartments to house the family she had left.
"edward ned" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS
"Hello and welcome to another episode of hannatised this the self help podcasts that just can't have hip itself and also some various business advice as i've seen this podcast is also become today unfortunately had to go but will not be joining ask but i have another extra special guest to make up for her absence. It's <hes> my kidding. This guy's not gonna cover. She's not gonna fill his shoes. It was what am i thinking anyway. Please join me in welcoming dead fuller of the trial. Hello thanks for having me. Thank you for being. This wasn't a horrible mistake. We'll find out so hello nancy sure that's your full name ever heard that one nettie nettie metric network i've heard edward ned word ooh that seems n- edward net the net eric. My real name's edward or my my formal name. Wait a minute ned stark. Yes except he's ed art in yeah but same sorta nickname yeah. Oh my god edward is such a beautiful name. I know yeah. I've always liked it very regal. When did you start going by net or when people people start calling it and it's it's it's a it was just edward on my birth certificate so always been like told the story. Hey your name is net but it's edward on your certificate. Actually edwards ever get knighted. You can be sir edward rather than sir ned and that's true. Did you better do you think that they wanted head to name. You ned limit call you ned and they can't just right ned on the birth certificate so yeah. I think my parents really liked the name ned but maybe wanted to. They wanted to formalize it a little bit. It's a very official looking piece of paper a birth certificate would do you think that naming child their name only only so you can exclusively call them by their nickname is a reasonable form of naming. I mean yeah. I think it's kind of cool. It's kind of cool well. It's like you have two names. That's pretty great. Anna doesn't really lend itself to nicknames yeah. That would be it just han- dan hand <hes> is never abbreviated. Anna no certainly not yeah. Maybe i should just start going by ned. <hes> my name's nebot says hannah versus worrying about this call me net but do you think ned that. If i started going by your same name you would start to feel a little bit competitive with fuel competitive bro. Okay my name like that. Ooh calm down sir wow this is. He's a very for those. You don't ned looks like he's like. I don't know six ten just all beef great mayor. It can be very strong. A dividend imposing figure which makes sense because today is all about being competitive and the role competition plays in our lives lives and this is the segue as we begin the subject of the podcast. Have you always been better. There really was this. A character trait was always established like growing up. Let's let's look back yes. When do you remember the first moment you wanted to be. The the best the best the first time you felt competitive. I definitely remember as a kid on the soccer field being the only one to ever receive a a yellow card. How old were you like seven or eight which you know connor and eight year old receiving a yellow card it is like it is it is is it just a real bad found a warning at eight year. I don't think i didn't know you know when i think of kids playing soccer. I think of it like goldfish soccer you know because everyone's just just swarming like a school of fish towards the vault. So do you remember what you did to receive. Yellowcard blacked out guy black hog of rage old rates tunnel vision allred <hes> no i think i probably just really wanted to get the ball and didn't know how to play. Neither rules just push somebody over and then received a yellow card which in soccer is just a banana. It's like the they just give you a banana cart. Motassium calm down one of like knifing..
"edward ned" Discussed on The Topic of Choice Podcast
"I think there's a lot of I think it's going to be more subtle in the books than it was clearly than it wasn't a TV show. But she's had some moments of descent into madness. First of all, you know, the Miri mas- dul is. Is the name of a she was in the TV show? I believe, well, where she where after called Rogo dies. She tells her, you're going to be barren you're never gonna have any more kids. Okay. And then there's also Pyatt pre who's this high priests who basically gives us some fortunes and is putting some, some source react, there that in the way she responds to you. Kinda see you kind of see, hints of what she may end up becoming and she clearly has the monster in there. It's just a matter if she can contain it. I think that, that's a lot of what the ours are trying to deal with their own inner demons, the entire time. And you know Ray goal is Reagan is, you know, that, that's part of his thing is he's, he's found Chee in his in his in his in being a target. He's the poet, king essentially to be. And then he dies now this is the one that gets dies by cow drug targeting. Yeah. He's Brigham second. He. Yeah. He, he gets killed by king, Robert, and that's that Robert's rebellion against his family. And Reagan was probably going to be one of the best kings of all time, and as we know now major spoiler alert. He's the father of John snow. And so that's, that's kind of where you get the he was the true king, he was supposed to be the true king, and his son is every bit. The true King, John is the pit ame- of who you'd want a ruler a person who doesn't wanna be a ruler. So catch me up quickly. Who Jamie Lancaster is the king slayer. What king did he kill who mad king? Heiress is the king. So that would be radars. Father other. Yes. So he was the king at the time when, when Robert's rebellion started so Roberts million started, because you get a piece of this in the show, is that brand Brandon stark, and his father went from winner fell who Brandon start being the older brother of Edward Ned went south because they had some grievances with the crown. And so they went south to go talk to the to mad ks about their grievances and instead of listening to the very reasonable grievances. He instead burn them alive in their armor, by hoisting them up, in, in one of those birdcage is kind of thing and literally burning them alive in it, and so they roasted well, actually, the father choked himself to death trying to get to his son who was roasting alive in the armor. It's one of the most tragic things you have read. But basically that starts Robert's rebellion. Because MAG heiress tells. John heiress. Aaron he tells John Aaron who is tutoring. Ed stark and Robert Baratheon time says give me those children. Give me them because they are children of, of rebel rebellion. Right. And so I want to kill them and John Aaron says, no chance zero chance that's going to happen. You're not going to exterminate to our most powerful families so that starts the John Aaron king, Robert breath, Ian and Edward start start Robert's rebellion. And it's an enormous war that lasts, you know, somewhere around seven to ten years, and, and that's where you see all these events from like the, like the battle to try. And when regards killed to you got to see, you know, the, the battle up at the tower joy, where John is born. You You know. know that all part of it, it's all part of Robert's rebellion. Okay so good history lesson there. Yeah. Yeah. So, so let me ask you this. Season. Eight favorite character throughout season. I'm sorry. See, but season one through season, eight who'd you say one of your favorite character builds are I, I don't know there's a lot that I like so it's really difficult to narrow it down. I think that in terms of accuracy, we talked about the hound earlier and grammar and show. I think the hound is one of those spot on characters ever ROY McCann the actor for that he kills it. He must have read the books. It's too accurate to not have read the book, Sander is so close torn giant Spain is another one that is really close to the character in the books that is exactly how is so I like both of those characters lot, I thought bear dairy and was kind of a wish he'd had better, you know, death and outgoing I love Eric dairy, and he's one of my favorite characters. He's the one that saves aria in the win about a winner fell, he gets stabbed much time and get up down. You know, there's a lot of characters in there that I like that, probably aren't mostly my favorite characters are not main characters. Yeah. Supporting characters. Yes. Yeah. I would say that my Tyrian. Oh man. Yeah. Not and killed it. I think he got a couple of Emmys. He deserves them. Yeah. George said when he wrote the books, he was thinking Peter in that role and then Peter damage later played the role, which is just amazing dream come true for him. And then he played it just to a point to a degree that you just. Yeah. User of the you deserve every EMMY they ever made. It's just so good. It's so perfect to the character. And you feel for me empathize it for him and Georgia Martin has always said, I wrote, I wrote teary Lancaster as me he is George Martin personified into character in the way he wants to see him so. Okay. And so, you know, there's a little bit of sarcasm, but a wit a lot of drinking cetera et cetera. I think that's kind of how George sees himself. He's that's kind of like the early late. Twenties early thirties version of Georgia Martin, I heard that there is a petition going around to have them re-shoot season eight if ever there was a time to do it. This might be it. I when I hear that I'm just thinking millions of dollars hundred million dollars on this last days and maybe three hundred for the last three they won't do it, okay chance. No chan-. No, there's no chance of that. But if there was going to be a show to reshoot it is clearly, this one, and I wish they would wait until George, you think about the money if George finished all the books, and then they went back and I wouldn't even care if they got a new cast, just reshoot from season five on. Right. Or I mean, well, I guess five six seven eight but, but to that, even if they did that, that would just discredit the producers, I think of, of saying you guys, you know, you blew it. It's almost like asking George Lucas. Hey, can we have Jj Abrams go back and do one two and three? Good. He he absolutely should to certain degree. I don't care how. Credited? They get gave up on the show to go direct stalwarts as far as I can tell. Well, that kind of worries me. I mean I don't know if. I like let me say this. I like Dan Weiss a lot. He wrote the original manuscript for halo, which was supposed to be made into the movie, and then got cancelled. And everybody says that, that manuscript was really good. You know the way I'm a fan of Spartan one one seven and it would have been an incredible journey. I think with him on it. David binney off, as I've told you I think, before, is the guy that brought us x men, origins wolverine. Yeah. He's the guy who brought us that version of deadpool. The man has no, like no credibility with me whatsoever. I read his only written book, which is called like city of thieves or something like that. It's terrible. It's just terrible. So you got to wonder how does a guy like that get the rains, I don't know something this epic in this, this lard, I don't know. I think they just went in pitched it. I think they said, we can write this. We're, we're Hollywood writers, and we can pitch, also Amanda Peet is, is they've been off wife, okay? She's easily more popular than him and more famous than sure. So me she may have had some influence on that. I'm surprised. They didn't put her in the show. Yeah. Now that you didn't even know that sickly had her as on standby. She's one of the best actresses I know of and she didn't get a role. So get it. So if I if I compare this again, I'm going back to an epic book series Tolkien, okay? Made into film, Peter Jackson, right? This is this is an individual infinitely respect to the similar to you. George R Martin's history in these books who who live? Literally new them inside. Now going back to the Soma really and understanding history of the, of the deep dive, and this is a guy who, who would say, I can take this and you can trust me with it. Yeah. Right. So I love it down appropriately. He got rid of I mean I was discouraged. I've said brought this up so many times now. But he got rid of Tom ado. I love Tom Bomba dill. He's a very, very minor character. But I think it important one in terms of the progression of the hobbits, and in terms of them accepting the role in what they're supposed to do. And, you know, cuts had to be made sat big vices had two more aid, and he made in my opinion all the appropriate ones. Yeah. He'd no, no. He he translated those books to film beautifully, and anyone an Oscar for best picture, return to the king. Yeah. Deserved it, it was amazing. So, so here's my question, which which kind of circles this common around. Were the two producers of game of thrones as vested in the books and the history as Jackson was to token or you to George Martin are these two individuals said, look, you can trust us with these, we not to do it or did they mess up because they thought they could continue on with the writing after they ran out of books. I. Have reluctant to say this a little bit. But I, I don't think so. I think that they I think they all Goldman when they when they had it they realized they had a gold mine. I don't I don't know that they've been off even read the books. I really don't. I assume he has just because he has to has probably, but I don't know how much attention he really paid. I think he kinda just skim read. I believe in wise, probably read the entire thing and probably got into some theories, and they got into some hashing out some fan theories. I mean they had to give George George Martin infant infamously said that he gave them the job when he he had him explain who is John's parents at a dinner table meeting with them, and they explained it. They got it. But then again, they could have gotten on any message board forum, right? Only internet and discovered that in twenty minutes that that's too easy of the question is, it's just too easy. Like tell me who your favorite minor character is and explain why. And give me a house that nobody knows about. And what's important, and that's the question that would have been. Right. I would ask the appropriate to say are you, are you trustworthy to take these books as the sewer Kranich men and translate it? That's right. That's just work tough questions like that. As far as I can tell. And so, I just think they realized that they had a gold mine, and then, you know, and that was it. They just said, oh, my gosh. People don't realize what this is and we've got a jump on it right now. What if we get George on the phone, and we say, hey, will make this and we option HBO..
"edward ned" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Eventually. Harry mandate never seen all sitting in the sun. Clutch in a non lethal hairy also not proven, no. Now. Now this this, this is sensually does the entire story. It really does. And it takes good four and a half minutes to do it. So we'll go ahead and give it a nice little fade out right now. The song is actually a big part of how this legend kind of came to be what it is today, right Ben, right? That's how I got popularized or at least the evolution of a song. Not quite sure if it's this song actually find any attribution for what this song is, and there's a set of lyrics that's a little different. That is a reference to a song that was first performed in eighteen fifty five by a performer from the area by the name of Mr. e core van or Edward, Ned corden who is a Victorian performer, who toured around the area known as the Tyneside heard of this been? Yeah, he was a, he was a Tyneside concert hall player route songs and stuff. Tyneside is the banks of the river Tyne, northeast England. So it's region includes a couple of places. A couple of different places have great names Newcastle upon. Tyne Gateshead time mouth Walson south shields and jarrow probably mispronounced a couple of those. But if you're listening to your from that part of the world shout out to you, shout out you. You're going to tell him to shut up no more. I want more Tyneside you know what's interesting about Ned. We can call them Ned because we're fans of his, was that he was known for writing like a satirical song a little bit of a lighthearted roast for every town that he visited. So he would go visit a town and he would write a song about them while he was there and he would perform it in the town. So when Ned goes to Hartlepool, he writes a song about airtime the monkey hanging and this song becomes popular in the region. People love it. Eventually from what I understand, Hartley poorly themselves begin to be fans of the salty. Well, here's the thing in this BBC article. They talk about how he was making reference. Two previous on that existed called the babboons which is written in eighteen twenty five or which was I heard around eighteen twenty five and it was a different story entirely about about boom that visited the region with some Cossack soldiers. Yes. So I don't quite see the connection there, but they both happened in Tyneside. Yeah, too. But how did he know about the he's made up the Napoleonic is, is that what's being employed here? Ben that he just made this thing wholesale would it seems there imply is that this was a remix or a reworked version of the song and that he took elements from the babboons and used them in his song about the Hartlepool monkey hangers. But at that point was this already a legend that's my question is, is the legend coming from the song like where where's the? Where's the seed of truth here? Because there are people that still we're gonna talk about the second is still hang onto the fact that the idea that this could well have happened is such a bizarre story, but that logic always alludes me when you say it's so. It must be true. Well, also those folks as we'll find have a skin in the game, right? The main people who believe it are themselves heartlessly ins it. It feels like Corvin heard the story the the French monkey story, right? And then mixed with it aspects of the story about the babboons also from Tyneside and then added a dash of his own stuff out here we go and then set the whole thing in Hartlepool. Okay, that makes sense. And here, we also have some other something from the BBC article that says, the original song had some phrases in it that he reused like Harry French spy and the Polian uncle, and I wish I could find the lyrics to the babboons, but there's another set of lyrics called the monkey song. It's not the same as only played. There's a lot of these song foot around, but it goes in former times when Warren strife the French invasion threatened life and always armed to the knife. The fishermen hung the monkey, o the fishermen with courage. Hi, seized on the monkey for a French spy, hang him says one. He's today. They did and they hung the monkey o. But it's like it's got that same sing song evoke a equality that the song we played has in the original this when we played because they think he's a spy. So we'll hang him in the square. And this one's just a little bit different. If the fishermen were courage, high seized on the monkey for French by hanging him says, one, he's to die. They did and they hung the monkey o. So I don't know, man, like is it song? Let's like making this legend thing or is it oral history is a history first, and then the song which is borrowing from other side. Got it. Okay. So it's still and because it's a song, it's still oral history is true. Good point been. 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"edward ned" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Guesses as to how we see it accent spencer is neds grandson or great grandson great grandson right grandsons back so there are two generations between ned who who dies in the early seventeenth eighteenth century and spencer whose born in the middle of the eighteenth century those two generations were they seen as mixed as black or white because at this time there are laws and that would be critical to them are you the records of the gr the records of edward's children don't say one way or another what has re their race was but the the various records of the grandchildren definitely say mulatto on them i haven't seen any that said white i mean again every record doesn't mention race which is kind of interesting i think because as you know in the seven later eighteenth century they would mention it of course if you were mixed race it'd be mentioned in every single document so this feels like a period in which they hadn't yet decided one way or the other discriminated to put up iron walls they hadn't done it yeah if it was it was a little court case about who who money well what was the purpose of mentioning he was black or white i wanna i wanna emphasize that to gel because originally when we talked about that page three hundred sixteen edward ned called ned brings to court and he is heard in court as a black man to win his freedom because his master has died and he's lived out his indentured servitude in the nineteenth century the civil war that i'm familiar with no black man was given standing in court it's unusual that he could even take a court case do we know when that disappeared the ability to take a white man to court you know i actually don't know when that disappear but i eat i know it disappeared before the eighteen you know the eighteen thirties when i was looking at cases in virginia that you know so it must have been in the the eighteenth century sometime what's so striking gel and i learned this from you so i wanna make sure i've read it right is that what we understand to be discrimination and racism and the slave accuracy of the south that's a creation of the nineteenth century and maybe the late eighteenth century didn't it wasn't as organized more than say the founding fathers say.
"edward ned" Discussed on WTMA
"Are you the records of the grand the records of edward's children don't say one way or another what their race was but the various records of the grandchildren definitely say mulatto on them i haven't seen any that said white i mean you know again every record doesn't mention race which is kind of interesting i think because as you know in the seven later eighteenth century they would mention it of course if you were mixed race it'd be mentioned in every single document so this feels like a period in which they hadn't yet decided one way or the other to discriminator to to put up iron walls they hadn't done it yeah if it was a it was a little court case about who owed who money well what was the purpose of mentioning was black or white i want to i want to emphasize that to gel because originally when we talked about that page three hundred sixteen edward ned called ned brings to court and is heard in court as a black man to win his freedom because his master's died and he's lived out his indentured servitude in the nineteenth century the civil war that i'm familiar with no black man was given standing in court it's unusual that he could even take a court case do we know when that disappeared the ability to take a white man to court you know i actually don't know when that disappeared but i eat i know it disappeared before the eighteen the eighteen thirties when i was looking at cases in virginia that you know so it must have been in the the eighteenth century sometime what's so striking gel and i learned this from you so i wanna make sure i've read it right is that what we understand to be discrimination and racism and the slave accuracy of the south that's a creation of the nineteenth century and maybe the late eighteenth century it didn't it wasn't as organized more than say the founding fathers say.
"edward ned" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"American cities trying to go their only on policy and running into opposition from their own states and now from donald trump's washington as well on issues from guns to wages to bathrooms and plastic bags sanctuary city is the whole couldn't come bull here you can join us this hour is it obvious to you est law should trump local regulation do you want your city to stand for a particular way of life what other residents in your state aren't ready to roll without david graham is with us from the atlantic michelle wild anderson is here from stanford professor of law there joining us right now from columbus ohio was edward ned hill professor public administration city in regional planning and ohio state university that he'll thanks very much for being with us ton thank you for us neither big beyond it can feel like i mean david traded up very well but it can feel like we're in a real sort of what a higher pressure period of tension between cities and those surroundings states what's driving it and how his out in line are out of line with history is it will victor always has been role urban tension tried history but but this particular set of competence different the first thing is what we're seeing is hillary surgical return strip thing has taken city some powers away from cities sam from them from the immediate suburbs the second is that if this being pitchers role versus urban but they're not i'm not vote from the rule area particularly dick and up with results like we saw from the trip from the last election and at small the midsize cities about part a big.