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Andrew: Philip's Death Has Left 'Huge Void' in Queen's Life
"Written. Prince Andrew Queen Elizabeth Middle Son has said that his mother feels a huge void in her life following the death of her husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh on Friday. He was speaking after a family service in the chapel Royal Lodge, Windsor and his younger brother, Prince Edward, said the family we're trying to come to terms with the Duke's death. However much one tries to prepare oneself Listen like this. It's it's still It's in a dreadful shock, and we're still trying to come to terms of that. But I have to say that extraordinary tributes and the memories that everybody has had been willing to share has been so fantastic on Just goes to show you You might have seen our father grandfather, father in law, but he meant so much to so many other people, and Jim Wright was Canada's high commissioner to the United Kingdom from 2006 to 2011. He met Prince Philip and the Queen on many occasions, and he's bean sharing his memories of the Duke of Edinburgh. He's a character hey, can be hey could be a bit cheeky. At times. He has a fun sense of humor and extremely hard worker for Her Majesty for the monarchy. For Britain for the Commonwealth. You stayed at Windsor Castle yourself. Didn't you? Tell us about that? We did. Everything was you know, one of those. Remarkable occasions that you remember forever. TOC Queen and Duke of Edinburgh hosted a wonderful dinner and we had breakfast with him next to the next day. On. It was so special.
Sons Says Philip's Death Has Left 'Huge Void' in Queen's Life
"The sons of prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh and the queen have said that the father's passing has been a tremendous change for the family and misty so for the queen as the nation continues to mourn the loss of one of its most senior Royals prince sentry told reporters that wins the of the great impacted you accept his heart and his mother described as is this having left a huge void in her life and she went on to express effects he felt Phillips death had on the United Kingdom think of the way I would put it is we've lost almost the grandfather of the nation Prince Edward the youngest of the queen and prince Philip's full children expressed his gratitude for all the kind messages they have received since her father's passing extraordinary tributes and the memories that everybody's hadn't been willing to shed has been signed fantastic Karen Thomas London
A Look Back at the Life of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
"At the age of 99 Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh husband, England's Queen Elizabeth, the second longest serving spouse of a reigning British monarch. Morning grease in 1921 into a royal family with Danish and German ties. He was also a great great grandson of Britain's Queen Victoria. He would go to school in England and went on to serve in the British Royal Navy during World War two. He married Elizabeth the daughter, then King George, the sixth in 1947 in 1952. Elizabeth became Queen and Philip became Queen Consort in that role on his own and accompanying his wife, Prince Philip traveled the world. He was a strict but loving father to Prince Charles, Princess Anne. Differences. Andrew and Edward. One of his last major appearances, was that the 2011 wedding of his grandson William, to Kate Middleton, at that event, as always, he was at the side of his wife. His loyal and ceaseless support for her for the royal institution and for Britain itself was his hallmark and legacy. In London. Greg Palkot, Fox News governor to Santa says it's time to set
Boston Man Convicted Of Killing Amy Lord Seeks New Trial
"News radio and attorney for the man convicted of kidnapping and murdering a Mi lord in 2013, once the state's highest court to grant him a new trial. Edward Alamein ease appellate attorney Andrew Crouch told the state Supreme Court that alimony deserves a new trial because his trial attorney ignored his pleas not to use the insanity defense. Roach said. That's why Alamein e acted so strange in court in 2015 because he was so mad at his attorney. He is rocking back and forth at counsel table for the majority of the trial because he says he's trying to calm himself down because he's so angry, elemental was convicted of kidnapping 24 year old Amy Lord Outsider South Boston apartment, forcing her to withdraw money. From a T. M's and then stabbing her to death, leaving her body and Stony Brook
Royal box of chocolates from 1900 discovered in war helmet
"Year old box of chocolates commissioned by Queen Victoria has been found inside a war helmet just in time for Easter. The chocolate was found in its original packaging in a Border war helmet case and Norfolk, Eastern England. The helmet belonged to Henry Edward passed in Bedingfield, who fought in the second Boer War in Africa, Cadbury Fry and Roundtree manufactured chocolates in 1900 to boost morale for soldiers. The manufacture of these chocolates is unknown, though, because the packaging has deteriorated so much overtime. The
Bitcoin Drops Below $51,000 and Analyst Says Further Downside on the Horizon
"I was reading the news on my phone today. They're like bitcoin slides. You know and i go to chuckle. That's not a slide down a fifty one. I like it okay when it goes down thirty or maybe it goes just to like it allies time let me know. Now you're kinda like so if you watch news and you watch. What's going on crypto. it's it's just ridiculous. You can tell that. The news is not be written as not being written by people who have been in the crypto market. Very long i mean they. You know hey. Rip van winkle the kind of woke up when bitcoin was like fifty seven and they thought that was the low you know and i o sixty oh no sliding backwards right so. Listen if you've been listening to this show any length of time you know. We've been talking about this a long time mike the very first time we had edward on to sixty four two hundred sixty four crazy right
LPL Update: Royal Never Give up Still in First
"To jump on over to the eastern side of league of legends. We're gonna talk. Lp update baby royal. Never give up still in. I at twelve and two. If you have not watched the l. p. yet you need to make it a priority to watch a royal. Never give up series. They are fantastic. I'm so looking forward to the playoffs here for the believer in their final week of regular season. I'm really excited to see which team actually comes out on top because in second place. It's a tie. Between edward gaming and team world elite at eleven and three one game behind world never give up and looking fantastic in their own fashion. Although i don't think as dominant as our g has jd gaming at eleven four and fourth-place rare adam and top e sports tied for fifth fund plus phoenix staying in the playoff positioning ten and five and seventh and soothing. Your world's finalists at eight and six. I believe the playoffs for spring. Splitter still eight teams for the l. p. l. so that really rounds it out invictus gaming. I believe needs a win for the game. That happens this week. Which i think is tomorrow or even tonight so it will already have happened by the time you listen to this. If they win they do secure playoff seeding so might be the top ten. I am too lazy to look
Forces to be reckoned with: Afghan peace talks
"Today. Russia will host a conference on afghanistan aimed at supporting the peace process. The talks will bring together the afghan government and representatives of the taliban as well as several international players including america. The meeting comes at a crucial time for afghanistan. Last february following negotiations with the taliban the trump administration agreed to withdraw all american troops by may first of this year on tuesday president. Joe biden told george stephanopoulos of abc news. That america may miss that deadline. I'm in the process of making that decision. Now as to when they'll leave the fact is that very solidly negotiated deal that The president the former president worked out. And so we're in consultation with our allies as well as the government and That decision's gonna be. It's process now likely to take longer. I think a lot longer but may i. It's tough could happen but it is tough because as it stands there are two and a half thousand american troops and a thousand more special operations forces in afghanistan. that's down from a peak of more than one hundred thousand as with its predecessors. Mr biden's administration will be keen to end america's longest war who premature departure could spell disaster. The peace conference being held today in moscow is an attempt to bring together the taliban insurgents and the afghan government to try and come up with some kind of arrangement for how afghanistan could be run in future and therefore stop the war between those two sides. Edward mcbride is our asia editor. This is just one of several peace conferences underway or planned. There's going to be another peace conference in turkey. In april and for months now there have been peace talks underway between the afghan government and the taliban in qatar. And they haven't been making much headway. Which is why. Russia and the. Us have tried these new initiatives and one big question looming over all this is whether or not to the biden administration will fulfil the promise to pull out troops by may first. What does it look like for for that commitment. That deadline was agreed in separate peace talks between america and the taliban concluded over a year ago under the administration of donald trump and it always looked quite optimistic and i think the difficulty for the biden administration is to decide whether or not to stick to that deadline on the one hand if they take all the troops out. The taliban may decide to hell with the peace talks. We'll just try and overrun the afghan government by conquest. And that would obviously look very embarrassing and would call into question all the work that the us has done over the past twenty years to try and institute a different kind of government within afghanistan on the other hand. If they say they're going to stay and ignore the deadline of may i. Then they face the prospect of renewed taliban offensive so then there's the prospect that america will find itself embroiled justice heavily as it has been for twenty years in the afghan civil war more american casualties and more expense and difficulty without any clear prospect of how the war might end but coming to a decision on those questions is exactly what these peace talks are about right absolutely so in theory. The peace talks provide a great way out for everyone. The hitch is that the peace talks that have been underway encounter for many months. Now have not yielded any kind of a breakthrough and unfortunately there's not much reason to expect the talks today in russia or indeed the talks in turkey next month to yield any more of a breakthrough and so why the impasse for what that. They're not getting the bottom line really. Is that both. The taliban and the afghan government think of themselves as the rightful rulers of afghanistan. And they're not really working to their own schedules. Right hold process has been determined by the fact that the trump administration originally but by administration now are both keen to end america's longest war neither within telenor within the afghan government has the sort of internal process of deciding how much they're willing to give up really preceded far enough to meet that deadline of the first of may the way out of the impasse that america has been pushing in recent days is sort of power sharing agreement whereby both the taliban and the afghan government come together to form a government of national unity. Where they both control some ministries. Perhaps they both have some kind of control over the security forces and whilst in that power sharing government they reach some kind of final agreement about a new constitution or a new sort of power structure. The problem is neither side has really agreed to to both are worried about being justice. Sort of adjunct to the real power within a power sharing agreement neither side is very comfortable sharing power with the other because they've been fighting for so long and what about that. Fighting now has the taliban been honoring its side of the agreements. The have been made while the peace negotiations are going on right so there. Lots of people who think that the taliban just isn't sincere about this whole process that it's got an advantage on the battlefield that the area under the government's control keeps shrinking. The taliban is just waiting for america to go before it pushes it should vantage and certainly even though the taliban agreed not to attack american troops it never agreed not to attack the government troops and it continued its campaign and even in a certain sense increased it insofar as there have been a series of tax representatives of civil society the kind of urban elite in kabul assassinations bombings. The taliban sometimes denies being a part of but the one suspects. It's behind the taliban. I think see this violence as their strongest card. The government has to negotiate. Because it's very much under the cosh from the town of forces on the ground but that bloodshed also makes it really difficult for america just to up sticks and go right now because it really does look like america's abandoning the afghan government to its fate. And so do you think that points to the biden administration. Being rather forced to delay any troop withdrawals. I think what america's looking for is some kind of middle way where the talks seem to be making enough progress or there's some kind of idea of where we're headed that they can agree with the taliban a bit of an extension and not actually have to stick to that deadline of the first of may but also not have to sort of down on backing the afghan government with a renewed troop presence. I think the instincts of the biden administration really similar to the instincts of the trump administration. They don't really think that it's going to be possible to build a strong modern nation state in afghanistan. They don't want to be embroiled in a war. That just drags on forever. So i think the by administration is looking for any way can to get the troops out of afghanistan and without the afghan government collapsing or some kind of horror unfolding in terms of an escalation of the civil war. The thing we don't know is whether the taliban is willing to sort of provide the biden administration that option and give substance to all these different peace talks or whether it thinks after twenty years it has finally beaten america and it does indeed intends to take over the country as soon as the american troops are gone. We still don't quite know the answer to that question. And that's what all of this hinges on
Britain's Prince Philip leaves hospital after treatment
"Britain's prince Philip has left hospital after a period of treatment Philip had been treated for an infection I am the undergoing a heart procedure the ninety nine year old husband of Queen Elizabeth has been hospitalized since being admitted to the King Edward seven hospital on February sixteen where he was treated for the infection he later underwent specialized cardiac cath before returning to the Edward concerns over his health compounds the royal family has been rocked by an interview with Meghan Duchess of Sussex on prince Harry Charles Taylor this month London
War of words between royal family, Harry and Meghan heats up
"Buckingham Palace says Philip has been moved to a private facility to continue his recovery after a heart procedure. For a pre existing condition at ST Bartholomew's Hospital on Wednesday. Officials say he's expected to stay at King Edward seven for a number of days. His illness comes as of the royal family braces for the broadcast on Sunday of an interview conducted by opera Winfrey with the Sussex is Harry and Meghan to sit down with America's queen of celebrity interviews. Is a chance for the couple to explain what led them to quit royal life, citing their anger over the British media Charles Villa Decima
Palace: Prince Philip had a successful heart procedure
"The ninety nine year old you could Adam brother husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth the second has had a successful heart procedure at the London hospital palace officials have announced the prince Philip underwent a successful procedure for pre existing heart condition at St Bartholomew's hospital he is expected to remain in hospital for what they cite as the number of days Philip has been hospitalized since being admitted to King Edward the seventh hospital in London on February the sixteenth when he was initially treated for an infection he was recently transferred to a specialized cardiac care hospital symbol phonies his illness is not believed to be related to the coronavirus Karen Thomas London
Zion man sentenced to 12 years in federal prison for conspiring to assist ISIS
"Zain Man has been sentenced on federal charges of conspiracy to aid foreign terrorists. Joseph Jones was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison on Wednesday after a six year long investigation into he and his partner Edward Shim, NT, the two said to have been helping the Islamic state terrorist group by selling cell phones to be used as detonators for bombs. They were actually buying the phones from an undercover FBI informant. The case mark the only time and Islamic state related charge has Gone to trial in Chicago instead of ending with a guilty plea, the feds one more time for cement E because they say he lied to the FBI. Chen
Hilaria and Alec Baldwin welcome new baby
"Baldwin and alec baldwin secretly welcomed their sixth child together just five months after she gave birth to their son edward. Oh larry larrea posted a photo of herself holding the newborn with her five other kids around her on instagram. Yesterday she captioned the family photo. Seven with a little red heart emoji. The seventh would be alex daughter with kim or ireland baldwin.
Prince Philip transferred to second hospital for heart condition tests
"Prince. Phillip was transferred on monday to a specialized london heart hospital to undergo testing and observation for pre existing heart condition as he continues to be treated for unspecified infection buckingham palace the ninety nine year old son of queen elizabeth. The second was moved from king. Edward the seventh hospital where he's been treated since february seventeenth to saint bartholomew's hospital which specializes in cardiac care. The palace says remains comfortable and is responding to treatment but is expected to remain in hospital until at least the end of the week. Philip was admitted to the private king. Edward the seventh hospital in london feeling ill. Phillips illness is not believed to be related to covid nineteen both he and the ninety four year. Old queen received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine in early january. Philip who retired from royal duties in two rarely appears in public. Now during england's current coronavirus lockdown. Philip also known as the duke of edinburgh has been staying at windsor castle west of london with the queen. Philip marriage the then princess elizabeth in nineteen forty seven and is the longest serving royal consort in british history. He and the queen have four children. Eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
Dallas Area Police Officer Kelly Kujawski Fired After Posting Racially Insensitive Social Media Post
"Been fired for a social media post that was deemed racially insensitive by internal affairs Officer Kelly Rojansky was terminated for violating departmental general orders regarding social media use. Chief notes agreed that our conduct brought unfavorable criticism on the department before Edward Police Department says they hold every officer to a very high standard and any comment post or any communication that's racially insensitive and unprofessional will not be Condoned in any manner. Well, his federal
Duke of Edinburgh doing 'a lot better', Prince Edward says
"I think it's important to to take a look at the latest update from buckingham palace philip. Who as we record. This is currently facing his second weekend in the hospital. This is obviously a very difficult time for him and all of the family but we have had some updates from those family members this week. Yeah we'll someone's in the hospital for going on two weeks like this you know. Of course we're worried especially when they're ninety nine so it was good to hear some of his family members we had Pricked edward who said he's doing a lot better what you know. I think you made the point. We're kind of used to the standard line of someone being in good spirits when they're reporting on their health so it actually have the phrase. He's doing a lot better. You know that that made me really hopeful. But again the fact that he's still in the hospital is just you know it's very concerning and i know that we're not the only ones on his family. It's definitely concerned right now. And so we're kind of all all hoping for the best absolutely well at nine thousand nine years old always a worrying time when someone at that age is in hospital. This week buckingham palace did actually give more detail about why. He was hospitalized in the first place with a statement saying alongside the fact that he remained at the king edward the seventh hospital receiving medical attention. They said it was for an infection but they did add that. He's comfortable responding well to treat and but isn't expected to leave hospital for several days.
Democrat Emanuel "Chris" Welch of Hillside, near Chicago, weighs in on Edward Guerra Kodatt's resignation
"To Illinois House Speaker Chris Welch says he doesn't know too many of the details behind this sudden resignation of newly appointed 22nd district, Illinois House representative Edward Guerra coded Welch told the Economic Club of Chicago that he found out just like everyone else did last night. I received a call from my chief of staff. Telling me that she had heard word that he intended to resign. And she didn't know anything more than that. Just wanted me to be aware. And this morning, you know, we were she word from the clerk of the house that he had indeed resigned. And honestly, that's all I know. But it was apparently asked to resign by former House Speaker Mike Madigan due to questionable
Michael Madigan’s Successor In Illinois House Resigns Just Three Days After Madigan Arranged His Appointment
"It took just a few days for former illinois house speaker. Michael madigan's handpicked successor as representative of the twenty second district to resign on sunday madigan and democratic party leaders elevated twenty six year old ward employee edward garrick kodak to fill madigan's house seat but today madigan and thirteenth ward alderman. Marty quinn issued a statement saying quote after learning of alleged questionable conduct by mr kodak. It was suggested that he resigned. State representative for the twenty second district. We are committed to a zero tolerance policy in the workplace with madigan support code at one over ten other people seeking the job. The former speaker intends to have another meeting tomorrow to select. His replacement
"edward who" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews
"Any day, but interesting how it's been going on for so long and even to this day the future king sort of amidst to seeing ghosts and defeating the paranormal because it's been. So entrenched in morial history. That's rise I, mean if you think Henry the eighth, you say Henry. Your automatic reaction is Oh my goodness it's beheading. People being torture literally being butchered and obviously he didn't do that here. But the Tower of London, and that's where a lot of people were tortured for information and a lot more ghosts actually are seen. Yes, because we've got two wives here, we've got Catherine Howard wife number five. We've got Jane Seymour Wife Number Three. Jane, was his favorite wife. She gave birth to edge word in Catherine of Aragon sold rooms actually the first wife sold rooms because her room's. Ready in. Time. Gave, birth to these lovely boy Edward Who's going to be the future? With the six Henry jubilant because he needed a son to continue the Tudor Dynasty that's why he married. So often to try and get this long for song, a woman never ruled successfully in England before he didn't want to leave it to his two remaining daughters he's older to. Marry the first future Elizabeth the first. But unfortunately twelve days after the birth contracted an illness and died and but she is seen. On, the silver stick says she lives on here lives on. Hey, just just as Catherine does. So how often do people take these go CDs spirit schedule. The holds have actually been taken since Victorian period. So we've got quite a wealth of information and because of the time paypal lift at the palace is grace and favor residence. Of course, if you live somewhere, then you're more attuned to what goes on here the noises and the bumps and the critiques of the building and anything which is out of the. Ordinary. The kind thing that wakes you from your deep sleep at night and you think what was that was out of Shriek Oh and you either pull the close tighter or you if you're very brave, you go and investigate I mean there's been some a residents with Jane they've actually woken up especially servants and they've seen an apparition of a beautiful woman. All dressed in the WI with golden hair staring at them from the end of the bed. And I can tell you that some of those suburbs they quit their jobs because it kept happening and I thought I'm just not paid to. To deal, with ghosts of Henry the. Wise. We we need to be out of here. I, find it really interesting that a lot of this spiritual. It experiences of people. Involving the female figures, some sort of feminine traits, his earlier about spending. Absolutely eight point absolutely right I mean in the palace. The Polish soon soon makes you understand it's not just what you see is what you hear smell field touch. So it can assault any one of your senses when you least expect it and in the newer part of the palace that what we call the brookside built by Christopher Wren in the sixteen ninety S, there is a series of private rooms which were really inhabited by Queen Caroline who was the wife of George the second. So we're talking about the seventeen twenty, seventeen thirties. There is a ball through and then addressing table a little sort of a nice little area screened off. And in that room. Constantly we have people saying they can smell roses or lavender or oranges..
"edward who" Discussed on The Starters
"That's what I call a very solid play. What's also, very solid as we had another way a wedgie in consecutive warriors clippers waves and it consecutive, great, call by Marv Albert and Chris Webber? With the worst. Starters. Into those shows on I know they're so we're going crazy because they have a witch count every year. How about this? You get to in two games in the playoff. Yeah. Thank you so much Chris Lawrence Fisher, right? Yeah. They gotta stay on this call. We've got to go to seven games. Get some more wedgies to try and get us a fifty region. I'm gonna do it. Good tomorrow. It's friday. We got the podcast. We get it up as soon as possible. Get your questions in right now. Hashtag the starters Email us the starters at NBA dot com. We got time for some fans. This is Edward who was at the game last night. I I had had the the good fortune option to to attend. a ten. Tree. Thoroughbred, I didn't do that. All right. The grill. Daddy, don't shave don't. Maybe. Cheese. Next.
"edward who" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"When the revolution ends in seventeen eighty three and george washington comes back to mount vernon he resigned his commission comes to mount vernon and he's visited by all sorts of foreign dignitaries because there really isn't a capital the united states at the time and he's the most famous person in the nation and so it was regular visitation from ambassadors of all these different countries to the young american see they wanted to come see the great george washington and where he lived and he was in that period that the marquis de lafayette visited again the united states as well as the spanish ambassador an in a number of other dignitaries how many other presidents have hosted a foreign head of state here in mount vernon presidents have been visiting mount vernon since the very beginning since john adams who was second after george washington and of course and bringing foreign dignitaries to mount vernon has been a big part of of what they've done particularly in the in the twentieth century the first one that i know of i think is the visit of president buchanan with the prince of england at the time edward who would go on to become edward the seventh of england but but he prince edward came out in the full congress of the united states came out in that moment and although he wasn't a head of state it was incredibly important moment because here you have the visiting prince of the country that america broke free from visiting the tomb of the of the general that led the army in the first independence movement against the british empire and so that was that was important in the twentieth century it was common for visitors of dignitaries foreign visitors to come to mount vernon to plant trees or or lay wreaths at the tomb so you know there there's a visit after world war one where we had a numerous of the generals from world war one marshal foch was here the french marshal as well as other important visitors the most famous visit by a head of state and the state dinner which happened here was during the kennedy administration jackie kennedy had been writing out at mount vernon with then had vernon the the superintendent amount vernon as he was called and she really came up with a great idea of trying to host the state dinner here on the east lawn at george washington's house and.
"edward who" Discussed on V103
"But this is interesting john john him on this cardi b in their chadwick bozeman right into challah gal gadot wonder woman sterling k brown from this us jj watt from houston texans yeah senator j yeah puerto rico's mayor carmen ulan is on their very vocal money sona her in sydney owner on your one year the way to kick off year number two and as we mentioned speaking of sean hannity according to the chicago tribune sean hannity and president trump talk very very often that he basically has an office in the white house they're very close very very first of all these nuclear no collusion whatever you ask and what are you having said what will you ought to be with first of all there's no collusion sure uhhuh yeah not on this limited lists that we have right here ten oakland edward who do we call yeah i can't be on nails donald trump yelling economy all types of coming up at thirty four after the hour it is prom season guys and there is a picture of a young girl who went to the prom and a cast was people were going folks were really mad about this when hang on.
"edward who" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
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"edward who" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"And now we're talking about going electric so that's what we were talking about by iran so i knew it come out all right well here we are sitting in the craftsman garage there is used to do it who taught you all this that you know we're we're donald aren't with you with myself it was anywhere and family uncles now you just i mean i had an uncle edward who is a famous race car driver outer bakersfield everyone said i kinda took after it did but i just started doing it it was out of kind of necessity if i wanted to drive some cool i had to make a cool yeah if you've broke down i had to fix it so looking to lease crash from people in the eyes oh man craftsman was like my first tool by first toolbox god that is up and he still has that all craftsman to realize remember it laws so well as a kid but that's what's wonderful about this brand new almost guarantee that if you were born and raised in america even not if you just live here there is a crash mental dory and all of us some always what's really cool about grassman is i still have some tools that my grandmother had she was very mechanically inclined i guess so maybe i got a little bit from her and it's still has all her initials so you use of in the kitchens what you're saying yeah at your barbecue that a lot of people are doing that i'm only joke about a lotta people you go to hair cutting places craftsman toolboxes yeah seriously as you go to some of these barbecues to grassman too like i mean it's everywhere but it's interesting that we all have cut our teeth using grassman tools and the craftsman.
"edward who" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Scottsdale paul your ego i really am yob real grit for just baseball murphy overall like i'm ready for scott salem ready for giant paul only check some of these new guys out was who of a culture looks like out there all you sima catching he's busy he's taken bumgarner as grunting putting on the burma setyadi more that can be that twenty eight times this year all right the connections are made on the yuma guests line to get everyone excited for the first broadcast of the year tomorrow giants brewers 1150 in the morning we're going to talk to the giants executive vice president of baseball operations will basically just the grand prix bob bryan sapiens been a longtime brian since we had yana murphy mac show welcome back how you doing bri warren woman has scottsdale this morning a little bit chilly bush was cleared another club schedule will decline won't noone nowhere a little chill were coming down to see you guys do you think boeing what do you think of the orange caps this year by blue bulls who took their grit won't yes i hear you have you told him outlook your all your i'm not the first one to toll the motorola edward who who controls as mlb the controls all those are you guys have any say it it it through your mark it's a word i think the so you a uniform approach the merchandising so is whether the i think the kids i can see kids vitamin wearing them and that's the deal man you turn the turn the cashregisters over our struggle baseball it is february twenty second when we last saw you guys in the game 162 you knew you had a mountain to work to do how would you assess your work from the time pablo sand of all hit the walk off armor to beat the padres in 162 silt today how would you assess you guys his offseason worlwide i hope.
"edward who" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"The bachelor ambassador at parties got to have a hashtag for that too yeah tag isn't it like when you get to creative with your hashtags nobody's going to remember what the hashtag it'll they get really long up you just need to call it last same wedding it sounds crazy but the woman who started the services making a ton of money off of this hundreds of clients have hired her in the past month just simply type in a hashtag and you know delay would be aspect we are the browns where rights where laughing bush's laughing to the bay i know she says quote wedding hashtags are deceptively difficult to come up with not really don't seem like they are that hard never been married before so i guess i can't really speak to it but i think if i were to get married prodi pre simple to hata she says it's not just what the hashtag sounds like when it spoken out loud it's how they look written without any gaffes or unintended innuendo lots of research goes there you used to be a wedding planner and hated all the work that went into that is decided to find it easier way money in had some of her most proud hashtag oh she has most profitable what's up what's our top list for one couple with the last name ferriss she drew comparisons who affairs will with the hashtag really in love okay that is john edward who first thing we all thought it i mean bear in another couple is one of her favorite hashtags that she's ever created a higher names are maggie and charlie and they got the hashtag shahor magwe welden i am armageddon ashore magwagwa are catchy in everyone's going to be able to spell that really easily area the artists bill but i like in the past week her company has gotten tons of media attention she claims that her business has quadrupled and she's easily making high six figures this year alone her simply coming up with hashtags for people's wedding weir's hi wait too much energy into our careers six figures yes makeup really bad hashtags.
"edward who" Discussed on No Huddle
"Brock osweiler when he came in lean everything is no so i i don't think you just blame paxton lynch we knew he was a he's got a shellshocked or or even you know he's a dear and head lice because he had figured it out yet and in his unfortunate because he finally had an opportunity considering how tough the other two quarterbacks play but yet he gives the window of opportunity to get right back into the hands of trevor soumillion in putting up fourteen point you have to assume you'll be the starter come next week so it's tough right now in denver nothing's really working i wouldn't blame paxton lynch for sure i would not but at the same time the this is a situation that needs to get corrected i think this offseason a you're going to have players out there like a case kinam who i think may be available maybe but you never know they may end up signing vicky playing away he's playing they may lock him down before the season can even come to an end and then they may have even the guy kirk cousins odd washington i'm just saying you you're going to try to fight but i'm just saying you're gonna have to find some one in trust me curse care cousin is better than all three of those guys combine outbreak in that kuwait by ireland alhut but dole edward who led online whichever lana you wanted to be going to help you take an early vacation on this show we're gonna talk for a few more minutes but jacksonville just got the football barecelona went three it out so if the jags arenfield goal range you understand what works and enough to cut you off because i never rude you know that of a very polite cat has infiltrators taken neither in the victory formation they're going to defeat denver twenty one fourteen final thought on kansas city what has happened to the chiefs a month ago you and i and the rest of the sports media were handing the mvp award alex smith they lose the buffalo kansas city has lost five of six when do you think andy reid considers benching alec smith and going to the rookie patrick mahomes.
"edward who" Discussed on WDRC
"Six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye he is eric harley i'm gary mcnamara welcome and good morning to you we go let's go to joe in jacksonville florida joe welcome you're on red eye radio welcome to the show hi hi thank you my questionnaire your pain in here we're all dick cover now about qadeer tabin hack and coogan cape pierce and what i was shooting kps none of icc it it depends on what are they going to do about it now potty go to wachira there were other your take no no you're you're right i mean i suspect joe that at four and in the case of the clintons i mean it's it's about political will uh does as just the dad does the does anyone at the justice department have the political will or in the administration at all i mean going further up to the president is there the political will to go after her these individuals who are involved because here's the thing once you get into that mess it very quickly leads back to the clintons i mean the the whole plausible deniability or building or the practice of building those buffers as they did with the law firm perkins coup that's just not going to fly if if you're a released visible prosecutor any reasonable prosecutor would look at atms and see the direct line of where the money is coming from and is paying for this and and how that's working for them and and of course where the laws of broke and because i mean we can just talk about in of the camp campaignfinance laws and and add what they half a report edward who that money goes to uh the case of chryst for steel he is a key is a uh is not a us citizen uh he was a foreign aged at that point i mean not pattern mi six asia but i mean he was uh a four national so at that point eight you you very quickly get to essentially putting a former first lady behind bars and and there's eight there is the question i think it is a good question it thank you joe no what is above the.
"edward who" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"They rolled out the huge american bailey big aaron back be in no impairing hailed her they roll out the red carpet and do all of this staff there when i see what may darren it that is all a v eight the poor and that's the part honored spotlight now i know you've been there many in our town going in poor communities and and making they are the only people that plane are there right the democratic party that hillary clinton in holding down yeah when edward who a foreign country an important draft one guy right all but they what they stood when they stormed by but they still video an her dad painted quantities god's way the kiss save the queen this year stood for that suzy they went make they made sure they now for the starspangled banner but they stood at attention for britain's national anthem and again as i said earlier they might want to check their history books about the role that britain plate with all of it including slavery so please stop with the fake outrage like you said and that's that's the part that that really frustrates me show showed show deeply we ought to have wished good to have an honest dialogue about all of these issues we should talk about policing we had a talk about body cams we had a talk about the role that uh that that communities play in the police play we had a talk about racism there is racism in america we know that nobody pretends there's not but at the end of the day there is the right way in a wrong way to have this dialogue and if you have the conversation the wrong way by disrespecting people who serve this country if you if you have it the wrong way by insulting veterans and and people who love this country and and admire our symbol of patriotism and guess what you have a right to push back they're not the only ones that have any rights around here and guess what donald trump has the right to call them out has every right in the.
"edward who" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"American public and this is what we're seeing now play out in sports which is why it is so critical yeah and i mean you really have to ask control salman could you know at the time and place for everything i agree fireman pick a kind equal why now why effectively on steroid right now the issue and i think it's pretty interesting because of a trump is trying to bring back the barker natural it's going to be in our country and our country and if we now we have an imposing and that one i've always wanted to stop the fao and and the expression of it of course considered bitterly white but even donna edward who is a former congresswoman who tweeted yesterday the people should pay a certain neil crampton day uh she got good retreat by thing that can of course we have uh you know white supremacy the white out in the auto show early in two that is what they think that if it really is the deconstruction of the nation state it's the deal legitimacy de attempting to delegitimise the president of the united states and because you can fool some of the people some of the time i am a lot of people are fooled right now you know but but the big question becomes and we're going to see this in the next day to days few days whether the fans will react adjustable clinton thank you for being here one fan who was reacting is michael in cape may uh who totally disagrees it seems with donald trump michael in cape may welcome mm.
"edward who" Discussed on WCTC
"Little you know few nights ago tucker carlson ad on brad owens who is a private contractor employed by the embassy in benghazi to provide security and it was such a great interview is on the west coast ominous call him in about an hour than after that we have uh my good friend inner stephen moore who is a presidential advisor without portfolio steven more often on cnn part of heritage and he's got the trump tax plan is going to lay out tonight for you that's coming up later or to but until then your calls a becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven looking to my right i'm watching the atlanta falcons beat up on the green bay packers and scores now of what thirty for did they just scored thirty four seventeen that means the packers next sunday are gonna play my bango is at lambeau is not going to be good but atlanta looks like the real deal so let's continue with more to go back to your calls go to klepp an ngo in sydney unheralded many others let's go to cliff in now rhode island cliff in rhode island welcome to the bill cunningham show cliff go ahead it bill rifter bill i don't want to go down that road where are you talking about hillary corrupted about donald back at four point that what edward who was summarize okay it's not true or better yet pr international banker and crew go rate ended a weapon if concrete you're did not rule ripped or or or what we were roy cure her handed it back here and the left hand rip backer crime occurred about the bank kirsten we elect a disruptor then we elect somebody who himself is a billionaire that largely financed his own campaign so in about twenty cents on the dollar would hillary spent looked at bank resolved to decide what were the promises made by trump and what promises is he keeping whoa property reporter come noted donald trump whatever we impaired bankers it career song the.
"edward who" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The longterm aftermath are identity orleans in new orleans still has not recovered from katrina not not entirely dna tests bate the same thing is it's gonna forever change houston and these around that that area well rubbing forever a long time but but i'm clark oughta go about when per hour of your ears we know all injured at low level ukraine's not bad but coming mall don't have the recorder i'll couple of america well why would we take a look at a little like like court rammed us quickly your corker edward who called completely towards goma from related well close doc written are are are good are you a little hard to get that going so this is something that you could as we've outdated affordable discovered the but federal the private sector aid hurt the conundrum all equipment so welcome in so low you're up like normal by christmas we're going to put it into the net a taliban still have a lot mark davis is also the author of upside down how the left turn right into wrongs truth and allies good into bad mark you and i were talking about our opposition to antigang laws the governor of texas just reiterated anybody that gouged will be prosecuted well that i spoke with me attorney general can act up about this jeff does it with it because he he tweeted out that they are going to have gouging police down there taken to make sure that they are not raise in pike is more than ten percent over what ordinarily what i could get new and i are bed rock conservative i wanted to get libertarian kirk after matt is what we might what some might call gouging others would call controlling the marketplace in controlling supply and demand that everybody that granted and get all looked at about the notion of a piece of plywood coughing port of but are you feel better if all the plywood gone by maverick lock in the morning who can reply to me was great and i don't know governor abbot would be to thing but i go the both and i know them both well but his answer to me.
"edward who" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"With slate right after this live from npr news in washington i'm barbara climb a massive manhunt is underway in northeastern spain as police searched for the suspect who mode people down in barcelona thursday killing thirteen meanwhile npr so rise sarhadi nelson reports a catholic mass honoring the victims was held in barcelona's most famous church today thousands packed the iconic sagrada familia church for the mass held in spanish and cut alon among those officiating was on cillari bishops abassiya tuhtaboi give it must veleppan's for her mother in and then we must she'd wealth young the path i recover he called for peace and coexistence in prayed for the victims quick rick cavalry in for the muslim community which he says has been hurt by the attacks to outside the city police searched for twenty two year old yunus i will yacoub who is suspected of driving the van that killed thirteen people on a popular barcelona prominent the fate of the terror cell spiritual ringleader is also unclear police are trying to determine whether he di an explosion in the house where cell members were building bombs seraya sirhatti nelson npr news barcelona boston police say thirty three people were arrested yesterday for disruptive behaviour including throwing rocks at police they estimate 30 to 40 thousand demonstrators were there the vast majority of them denouncing white supremacy in the wake of last weekend's raciallycharged demonstrations in charlottesville several cities are in the process of removing confederate monuments the former chair of the us civil rights commission mardi castro says the statue celebrate division looking historically at when we were wreck there were a record acquaint time we in our country we're trying to move away from wait recliner move away from uh the herminator hermann jim crow and were edward who celebrated officials in winstonsalem north carolina cleaned up the.
"edward who" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"We really recommend watching the course the history of ancient egypt one of my favorite things about this is that it is just so indepth there are forty eight individual lectures in this one for folks who are really into egypt an egyptian history there is so much to go through one of my favorite says there is a whole chapter just on had ships at all to herself one hole segment and then of course so many other things that that we love sack about in the world of ancient egypt we know you'll love the great courses plus as much as we do sign up today him as one of our listeners you can watch this or any of the great courses plus for free for one month but you need to go to our special url so start your free month now sign up at the great courses plus dot com slash stuff that's the great courses plus dot com slash does mm as executor ix of the estate cassandra had catherine and the elliott's which were renamed north anger abby and persuasion published together as one book after jane's death this volume contained a by graphical note that named jane austen as their author and this was the first time that her actual name had appeared on any of her books in eighteen sixty nine james edward who was one of jane's nephews wrote a memoir of jane austen this presents her as sort of a spinster who wrote to amuse herself and her family so it's really the genesis of that ongoing characterization which is not so much accurate now she definitely sh she started having a goal of becoming a published writer and making enough money to have some measure of independence based on her writing it was not sort of a i'm going to sit here in the corner in pleasantly writen yale use all of you and i'm sure he wrote a through a winds of tenderness slick he didn't mean to make her seem.
"edward who" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"News this is all things considered i'm kelly mcevers and i'm audie cornish at one point a few years ago the leftleaning feel good website up worthy was the fastest growing website of all time and then facebook change the algorithm that controlled it's news feed way fewer people clicked on up where the post anne pierce him mm sanders looks at what happened after a worthy went downhill and what that says about the power of facebook you know the upper the headline there's one the things this foil this doing a cute the reason is doing them is heartbreaking by two thousand thirteen up were the and those kind of headlines it was all reaching about ninety million people per month but this content especially the headlines people called it click bait lowquality stuff just meant to grab eyeballs for the ad revenue has up where the ever make look bate sure i mean i i think nobody that's ally pariser he is the co founder and chief executive of up worthy even he admits some of the headlines were off what i asked him to give me an example of up worthy click bait yummy google permanent okay uh he found one from september two thousand thirty on here the headline is worse than in germany's aimed at when my mind menu there so reminding headline headliner well that's the headline at the have played against lower the headline for four hundred inherit the earth blue my mind in made me a little sick this was an article about the american healthcare system i think of a threeway okay edward who you know the ceo of up worthy gave that headline a two out of ten around the end of two thousand thirteen traffic to upward these started to plummet ultimately upwardly traffic declined by about twothirds mostly because of facebook engineers facebook told the new york times recently that content like up were these was just not valuable to facebook users gengold beck agrees they really optimized this technique of manipulating people through headlines to coming to see content.