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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:55 min | 8 months ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:55 min | 10 months ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. Good morning. The president is staying at Walter Reed Medical Center today. He spoke yesterday, saying he was better. His chief of staff. Mark Meadows, though, says the next few days will be critical. Many questions remain and conflicting information has led to conspiracy theories and mistrust on the right and the left. Meanwhile, across the world, people are still dying of covert 19. Sometimes in makeshift wards for old people who are confused, you know, opening your eyes and saying a ceiling of a parking garage but feeling like you're in a hospital, he's probably confusing. It's Sunday, October. 4th news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Giles Snyder. White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows says fears that President Trump will not be able to fulfill his duties after contracting the Corona virus are irrational. But NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's reports, and Meadows also says he himself Have been really concerned about the president's condition. Friday morning, Mark Meadows address questions about the president's health lines of succession. And what would happen if you got more sick during an interview Saturday night on Fox News, While that they make for good clicks on the Internet or make for great hyperbole on TV, there was never a consideration and never even a risk of a transition power. Meadow said he had just returned from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He repeated White House physician Sean Connelly's findings that Trump was quote not out of the woods and that the next 48 hours or so would be critical. Meadow says a four minute video the president posted earlier to Twitter was intended to address the nation and aimed at giving hope to people. Franco or Dona as NPR news. President Trump's illness has reshaped the presidential campaign, and it's called into question confirmation hearings for a Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett, Republican senators Mike Leigh and Thom Tillis are among those in the president's orbit who have now tested positive. Senator Ben Sasse tested negative. But he's self quarantining. All three sit on the Senate Judiciary Committee, whose chairman Lindsey Graham, says he's moving forward with the confirmation process NPR Susan Davis, it speaks to the level of dedication. Republicans have to push this nomination through before the election. In some ways, I think it also speaks to the lack of confidence they have about the party's ability to hold the White House in the Senate in this election. Democrats on the committee are protesting this. They sent a letter to Graham saying that this decision quote threatens the health and safety of all those who are called upon to do the work of this body. But right now, Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, has the math for the votes on his side. As long as this outbreak it stays contained. If there's more positives, it could affect these calculations to Texas. Now the state attorney general is being accused of taking bribes and abusing his office by several of his top deputies, Matt largely of member Station Kut and Austin reports. VIN leaders in Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's office reportedly wrote Thursday to the States Human Resource is director making allegations including bribery and improper influence. They didn't describe the details of the alleged crimes, the Austin American Statesman newspaper reports. Paxton claims the allegations were made to impede an investigation into crimes done by other state employees. Including some in his office. This isn't the first time Paxton has been accused of crimes. He was indicted for securities fraud in 2015. Shortly after he became attorney general. His defense team has repeatedly delayed the case, and it has still not gone to trial for NPR news. I'm Matt largely in Austin, and you're listening to NPR news. Be fighting is ongoing between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed enclave of Nagorno Karabakh. Fighting there broke out a week ago today and it's the worst since the end of a war 1994 threatens to drag it Russia and Turkey. Azerbaijan says its second largest city came under rocket attacks today, the government vowed to strike back. Voters in the South Pacific archipelago of New New Caledonia have decided against independence from France. NPR's Eleanor Beard, so he reports 53% of margin was tighter. In the previous referendum Two years ago in 18 2056% of voters chose to remain part of France. New Caledonia became French in 18 53 under Emperor Napoleon, the third, Napoleon Bonaparte's nephew and heir. The archipelago Some 2000 miles east of Australia, was used for decades as a prisoner colony. French citizenship was granted to all can AKs in 1957. Referendums are the final steps of a process that started 30 years ago after years of violence that pitched pro independence activists against those wishing to remain part of France. As part of France. New Caledonian Sze enjoy a higher level of prosperity with French government aid, investment and healthcare. Eleanor.

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New Caledonia voters choose to stay part of France

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

New Caledonia voters choose to stay part of France

"Pacific archipelago of New New Caledonia have decided against independence from France. NPR's Eleanor Beard, so he reports 53% of margin was tighter. In the previous referendum Two years ago in 18 2056% of voters chose to remain part of France. New Caledonia became French in 18 53 under Emperor Napoleon, the third, Napoleon Bonaparte's nephew and heir. The archipelago Some 2000 miles east of Australia, was used for decades as a prisoner colony. French citizenship was granted to all can AKs in 1957. Referendums are the final steps of a process that started 30 years ago after years of violence that pitched pro independence activists against those wishing to remain part of France. As

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Vandy bekker's saying cooking with CRISCO. Vegetable. Jessica. One of the good old one this there from. Old Soap opera. CRISCO vegetable shortening introduced on this date in nineteen eleven aviator wiley post actor will rogers killed in a plane crash on this date in nineteen thirty five. The wizard of Oz for marrying in Hollywood. On this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, eight, South Korea became the Republic of Korea and of course that beget shortly. An internal war which the rest of the world got involved in. The Woodstock Music and art fair opened on this date in nineteen sixty nine at Max Gaspar's dairy farm in Bethel new. York. For My good. Oldest one. People. In the world. Three days. Max Yaser owner of the farm where Woodstock opened on this date in Nineteen sixty-nine, President Nixon completed the break from the gold standard on this date in one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, one by ending convertibility of the US dollar into gold. By foreign investors, we must protect the position of the American dollar as a pillar monetary stability around the world. And the past seven years. have been an average one international monetary crisis. Now, who gains from these crises not the working man nathi investor not the real producers of wealth gainers are the international money speculators. Because they thrive on crises, they helped create. Recent weeks speculators have been waging an all out war on the American dollar. Strength of a nations currency is based on the strength of that nation's economy. And the American economy is by far the strongest in the world. Accordingly I have directed secretary of the Treasury to take the action necessary to defend the dollar against the speculators. I have directed secretary commonly to suspend temporarily convertibility of the dollar into gold or other reserve assets except in amounts and conditions determined to be in the interest of monetary stability and in the best interest of the United States. What is this action which? Is Very. Technical. What does it mean for you? Let. Me Read later rest bugaboo. Of. What is called beat? Valuation. To buy foreign car or take a trip abroad. Market conditions may cause your dollars. Goodbye slightly less. If you are among the overwhelming majority of Americans who buy American made products in America. Your dollar will be worth just as much tomorrow as it is today. The effect of this action in other words will be the stabilize. A little longer than I wanted to play. But now you understand President Nixon this theory for having that loose back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, one unfortunately factories decided to move overseas and it caused all those other problems. The end of the gold standard on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, one astronomers announced the discovery of the first solar system outside our own to black planets orbiting a star in the big dipper. John Cameron swayze passed away on this date in nineteen ninety-five. Born on this date in history. Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte Actress Ethel Barrymore Composer bandleader Winter Halter Julia Child born on this date selling. The stomach out the chicken that has a head arm and it has the feast you can improve the flavor of your one off a live he'll into the bottle. When you Let. Me Know if it worse. The delightful Julia Child Born on this date back in one thousand, nine, hundred, twelve also the bowery boys hunts hall rose. Marie who made it all the way to twenty seventeen as did Mike Connors of Mannix pame pop singer. Bobby. Helms. Sunny. Yesterday my life who spilled with pain. Yeah. I gotTA sing unfortunately and game show host Jim Lang the dating game born on this date as well. When Jimmy Webb whom we lost his last year at the age of seventy three man behind by the time I get to Phoenix Road I'm a Wichita Lineman. Macarthur Park and Galveston. Jimmy Webb born on this date seventy four years ago. The eller. From. NBC Turns Seventy Six. Bobby Caldwell what you won't do for Love Sixty nine years of age Rondell Sheridan very funny man from that. So Raven Sixty two today if you've ever seen the chase on. The beast. Mark. Labatt the Chaser, a fifty four years of age today. From Woolen, Grace Debra Messing is fifty two. From blackish and the horrible horrible reboot of to tell the truth Anthony. Anderson is fifty Ben Affleck forty-eight Nastasha. Hendrick is forty-six from the walking dead. Emily Ken Lee is thirty five singer Joe Jonas a brand new Dan to thirty one years of age and from the Hunger Games Jennifer Lawrence Sturdy though some of the people celebrating the Fifteenth Day of August is their birthday if this happens to be your birthday. All right from sixty eight years ago August fifteenth. Fifty, two, this is your FBI and the diamond dance stick up I'm Wyatt Cox thanks for tuning into Classic Radio Theater. On this Saturday on your favorite station. This is good news.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"When something that'd be invented a little beach. That's what I want without John D. Lynn how would I get my Spray cheese on a cracker on no right love easy cheese all the things. We Use Aerosol for hairspray. Yeah easy cheese to two of my favorite things to eat on a crack. Damn sorry to in eighteen sixty nine. The American Museum of Natural History opened up in New York City. Ever been there museum and I Have Not Not New York City. Come on I've been one here in L. A. It's good one. It's a good one but the New York. One is really is a giggle. Yeah In eighteen seventy three invention alfred paragraph he came up with the very first manufacturing process. The verse commercially viable. One of mass produce margarine came up with margarine butter fake butter Eh. You remember back in. The day was like don't eat butter. It'll kill you. Eat more this margarine. They invented butter his synthetic stuff. We made out of some vegetable oil that for twenty years like no no that's clogging robot idiot butter so much better for you can listen. Anybody know different opinions Sucks Marjorie and by the way was created by the Emperor Napoleon the third of France because he wanted to find a butter substitute to give poor people who is tired of poor people eating all the good butter. Goodbye given this shitty. Can we make something crappy for them to eat? So I can have more butter the I can't believe it's not butter commercial hands and the people flirting down. Give me hot. I used to like I use the lake. That was hit me right the age where Mike. My mind would wander. Yeah Mom's walking into the kitchen and your fucking tub of telemark hip fucking this month. I can't believe it's not China. He came up with a new use for the TUB margarine on this day in eighteen. Seventy nine the echo farms dairy of New York. I began selling milk in glass bottles. First Time in the United States. You could get milk and a glass bottle as eighteen seventy you get an before a pale. I'm not kidding really bucking bill. A Pale anything that would hold liquid. They would just deliver inside. But on your doorstep Yes oh man said seems less than sanitary. Perhaps we should find a way to package the milk dairy and then delivered to people's homes and leaves fallen in my milk and got flies and cinder from the all the coal mines and stuff going on at ten lean flying. Kindling kindling in your milk. That should be a word by the way. I'm going to start the Garmin dictionary. Ten Ling absolutely should be offended. Sure there's a steph between tinder for fire and Kendall ten intensely all right in nineteen ten the very first. Us Auto speedway opened. Uh-huh here near Los Angeles Playa del Rey. The Motor drome it was called in the very first race was held there in nineteen ten on this day in nineteen sixty eight gangsters Henry Hill and Jimmy Burke committed the Air France robbery stealing four hundred and twenty thousand dollars. That robbery of course is referenced in Goodfellas. Okay then really Oda Henrietta Right. They changed it to the Lufthansa Heist which was bigger more money with same story base and real love them what they should watch that instead of the good place while you're good rebel. Isn't that a good player? Yes I'M JUST GONNA. Watch things with good in them for the remainder of Quarantine Day in nineteen seventy four Discovery Island open that Walt Disney world. Florida you've been there to Disneyworld without your first Disney. Yes mine too. I think all those those of us who grew up on these co it was easier to get to disneyworld yet was. I didn't get to this one till way later. I didn't get here until I think I moved out here. Really Yeah well even when my family took a vacation to the To the West Coast. You GotTa think we did this on this day. In one thousand nine hundred seventy nine the two hundred and fourth and final episode of a classic TV series aired. Boy The way Glenn Songs Legend all in the family made its final appearance on this day. In one thousand nine hundred seventy nine in one thousand nine hundred eighty three in front of a live audience. Eddie Pants Yeah David. Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty. Disappear for that it disappear remember that and then he brought it back and God Magic. It was magic. Lot of people are very impressed. Lot of stupid people were very impressed thinking he actually made a statute made it disappear there just wondering. Oh my God. What a great allusion. Let's listen to some members in the audience. See THEIR TAKE EDDIE PANTS. And it was nothing there. I just couldn't believe reaction. Never seen a statue disappear. I never seen a statue of liberty disappear like this one did of all of liberty since he's never sigma some. I've seen disappear but never like this one did dumb. I'd take a back layer people. Yes he did. Don't you how I know I'm GonNa tell me I'm GonNa tell you. Let me tell me. I'm not a magician. I can reveal this. Here's the thing. If you ever see this video yeah there's two giant towers that are holding the curtain between them. Yes Okay and then. The curtain goes down. You see the Statue of Liberty then. The curtain goes up and then David Copperfield does magic dancing in the oven. You have to do that. And then when the curtain comes down again it's gone right well because the audience was in a very narrow space in front of the curtain gray and the stage rotated so much so that one of the huge towers on either side that holds up. The curtain was blocking the view of the Statue of Liberty. People move they didn't know they were moving. Yes because there were two pyrotechnics and loud music and all kinds of things. Going all kinds of distractions la actually. The stage rotated the audience to block their view of the Statue of Liberty. Wow and then the curtain goes back up and he does all rotates back bloom statute how match magic. Yeah I've seen lots of statue of I never seen the statue of liberty disappear like Bhagwan said that lady. She's dead now yeah. I can make fun of her. She's dead on this day in nineteen eighty six. Clint Eastwood was elected mayor of Carmel. California and made my day see what he did Clint. You're a card. It an empty store next to a whole time. Let me tell you Beth. This empty chair nineteen ninety on this day. David Lynch created a television show that premiered on ABC that changed television forever.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Times of great struggle and persecution of the church. All of this happened only two hundred years ago but I. I think we're not really too familiar with the history and it can surprises to realize that for five years during his life. Well actually two popes in a row pope pious the six. I was taken by the French. When the troops of the French Revolution invaded Rome? He was taken prisoner of forcibly brought up in into France whereas the French intended he died alone and unaided. It was perhaps one of the most critical moments in the history of the church when the pope had died Rome was occupied by hostile forces. The cardinals were exiled and scattered in various nations and there seemed no way to even approach a conclave to elect another pope and walking Lee pious. The six was called pious. Last God found his. Providence collided the church through those circumstances but and then his successor pious seventh was likewise taken prisoner forcibly bind Polian troops and for five five years held prison brow beaded by the Emperor Napoleon to align the church with his policies and the pope at great cost to himself held out her Oakley against that. And so we'll ASEAN future conversations. The venerable and Terry was a key player in supporting the Holy Father During those times at the cost and risk his own life and eventually was discovered offered by the French police was arrested interrogated and exiled his bishop was ordered to suspend his faculties to hear confessions and the rest and for the next three years until Napoleon's fall was exiled. His whole ministry came to a complete halt so there were. There were these enormous dangers and risks six and penalties to be paid for his fidelity to the church. Father Gallagher. His life is an extraordinary one and I think the real gift gift for us and reflecting on his life and the conversation that we'll have coming up is the same type of benefit that maybe can we say Ignatius received when he began to read the lives of the saints that was a real instrumental part of his conversion and in the lives of so many others. But I think it was Teresa Benedicta of the Cross who you just sign reading the life of Teresa Viola. There's something about reflecting on those who've gone before us. That seems to flip on a light switch it. Does it opens up possibilities. He's for us it. It shows us what grace can do in our fragile and imperfect humanity. We take a step into that space of a cloud out of witnesses of which the letter to the Hebrews speaks and it's enormously strengthening forest. I think what especially does that for us as I begun since the biography geography has been published a to be asked to give talks here and there on the Federal Brunel Antares Life. What I find people love in him is that this was a man who pursued and in God's grace achieved a real degree of holiness in the midst of struggles not only physical physical and events around him in the Church as we've been saying but personal as well and very very how would you say very wanna say small things but that's not quite exactly the right word? Daily kinds of things might be better so for example in a time when it was very unpopular Bula and could be even dangerous to be publicly and openly Catholic in a culture. This was the enlightenment and the French Revolution when the modern world was was created created in when great hostility was there to the church the venerable and Terry resolved already as deacon that he was going to hallways an openly show himself a member member of the Catholic Church a disciple of Christ but it was not easy for him. Because if you did so in public there could be a price to pay. And so you find him grappling with this for example in his retreat eight notes when he sends his human respected himself. And sometimes it's just hard for him to accept a price that you might have to accept an order to be openly a member of the church. It was apparent apparent to him that the deep reason. Why so many baptized Catholics and Christians do not live? According to their faith was that although although they had X. have accepted it in childhood. They've never really seriously reflected on it. Never really seriously explored what it means to believe the things that we mean about this life and eternity in the church and the sacraments and scripture in Christ and the rest and so it was important to him that he would be making that effort throughout his is life deeply attempting to learn and study and appropriate the truth of our faith but that takes effort that takes labor and you see him at times in his notes also also speaking about the reluctance to to face. That kind of effort will return to begin again with Father Timothy Gallagher in just a moment and did you know that you can obtain a free APP which which contains all your favorite discerning hearts programs Father Timothy Gallagher. Dr Anthony Lewis Archbishop George. Lucas Father Meritas filthy and so many more including episodes from inside the pages can be obtain on the discerning hearts free APP. This also includes all the Novi knows and devotional nationals and prayers including the Holy Rosary and stations of the Cross. The tablet a same Michael and the seven sorrows of our lady all available on the discerning earnhardt's free half visit the I tunes and Google play APP stores to obtain your free discerning heart sap. Today the councils have mercy an expert from the writings of venerable. Brunel Len Terry Carey founder of the oblates of the Virgin. Mary if I should fall a thousand times a day the thousand times a day I will begin again with new awareness of my weakness. Promising God with a peaceful heart to amend my life. I will never think of God as if he he were of our condition and grows weary of our wavering weakness negligence rather I will think of what is truly characteristic of him and what what he prizes most highly that is is goodness and mercy. Knowing that he is a loving father who understands our weakness is patient with us and forgive.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of Jews plotting to take over the world and even though these protocols are very easily detectable as forgeries and were exposed almost from the minute that they appear they have persisted Vladimir Putin likes to quote them Henry Ford quoted them he printed all of them all three hundred interminable pages in the twenties in his newspaper the Dearborn independent and so I thought being a forger if it takes a thief to if you set a thief to catch a thief may be a different way of trying to go after these protocols would be to set Sherlock Holmes after them set a forger their travel for jurors you might say and that was the background idea for the adventure of the peculiar protocols in which homes is hired by the British government to try and determine the Arjun of these pages you know the the two we at least to consider this radio show has had a running conversation about those forgeries for decades interesting yeah it's come up a lot and it did not just because of the actual discussion of them and as forgeries but also because of the way in which the forgeries have been used as a kind of archetype for other other forgeries going after other groups yeah you just in fact the original version try to get your head around this one the protocols of the elders of Zion is actually plagiarized from something else entirely she it was a it was a different set of documents that was going after the emperor Napoleon the third and they just substituted the word Jews for wherever.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

The Dirty Bits

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

"For him. Really good savings good for Stalin. Is Bill do campaigns. All the deaths of ten pounds L. Yeah Station. A lot of military campaigns have resulted in mass devastation. For a lot of people throughout the world is hues are pretty good too roussel figure whether or not it's like a horrible dictator. Oh yeah there's this one. Great Quote From The Wall Street Journal by Max Hastings and he says that Napoleon is controversial controversial because he thought of as either an enlightened despot who laid the foundations of modern Europe. Or instead a megalomaniac who rob greater misery than any man. Before the coming of Hitler pretty bad so you have these two and you know and he still studied today in military school in a strategy which I think is hilarious because his strategy was Surround myself with other people that have seen opportunity and have used it for their advancement. That was all he did. He was surrounded himself by good people. It's Business WanNa one so so I told you all about to tell you. This sexting is not a new thing back in the day you just had to use pen and paper to draw your little eggplant and peach emojis and pray to God that the mail carrier your didn't intercept anything because I'm sure was way more reliable back. Oh Oh it was. You'll find out how unreliable and actually was. Naturally you being away from your sick other is tough so the newlyweds wrote these incredibly Raunchy letters to each other like there is nothing on foreign. That could have prepared. Take these letters to hear a little excerpt sure. They just want to paint the picture though. I am more flushed reading these than I am watching the most absurd porn that you could imagine all right let me start out. December seventeen ninety five Napoleon. How can I rest anymore when I yield the feeling that master's my in most itself when I cough from your lips and from your heart a scorching flame? Yes one night has taught me how far you're portrait falls short of yourself. You start at midday in three hours. I shall see you again till then a thousand kisses meal dose. Am Y but give me none back for fourth. Set My blood on fire. That's not that Raj. I'm going to get there okay. Seventeen ninety six Napoleon a kiss on your heart and one much lower down much lower how happy I would be if I could assist you. You're addressing the little firm white abreast the adorable face the hair tied up in a scarf. Allah Creel and then someone like the race. Your stuff would say I'm GonNa be home in a few days. Don't take a shower shower. Because he was obsessed with like you don't have it. Sounds like you liked it. A little bit liked it a lot. He was obsessed like ripe. Yeah there's there's there's this one commercial from like decades ago and I think it was European I watched A. I've had exposure to a lot of television. So I'm not sure where this aired food because I have a hard time imagining would have aired in Puritan United States labor. But there isn't a Polian and he's in his tent on campaign and and he takes a piece of cheese and puts it over his nose and goes Josephine. I remember like I didn't get it at the time. Of course I but Through my research here again for this episode I stumbled across that commercial. Remember this Oh with again boost. The commercials was selling cheese. That's a weird commercial. I I thought it was a trip and a half. I was reading sticks at your by but I don't think it would have by that. She I I let girls and cheese after watching Ching that I'd wanted neither of them. He had a pet name for her downstairs. Mix Up the Baron Day Koeppen. Nobody knows why the hell he called her genitalia. That no clue and she did something something in bed called zigzags which is another mystery. As far as what the Hell Batman all these little code stuff that they had just like how people do now they have a little pet names so they have little acumen with at one time. It's super cute. But there's trouble in paradise. Napoleon's ladders also revealed that his wife didn't answer him quite as quickly as he would've liked so they'd have these gnarly arguments via snail mail until Napoleon. Here's Josephine had started hooking up with young men of the sexy variety we and so. He writes the super angry letter to her about her affair which the British intercept and then widely published embarrassed most British thing ever. It is Wilson same thing. People love publishing naughty letters in Britain. So it's hilarious military tactic. This was before Harriet. Ah this predated her. So Napoleon has this letter published with all of these intimate details about his personal life. What's going on with him and his wife and his marriage uh not stoked but he goes fine and he proceeded to have no less than twenty one affairs while he's on this campaign? Yeah Retaliation Plus Zero Frisk. I kind of assumed US already. You seem already that he's not going to be faithful to anybody. Comes with the territory. I'm not saying it's right. I'm saying the expectation you don't expect us is to be faithful. Maybe maybe maybe not like. Well that's what I wonder is. I'm not even Hitler but is there any royal person who has ever have been faithful. Is there any leader. That's ever been faithful. Is that just think Hitler was either. Yeah because we assume that just comes with the territory. Celebrity ruler ruler. Pick a lot of these guys to have one track minds. There's just so much shit like I can't imagine. Being any of these dictators sounds exhausted. You know there's pushes somebody constantly that need your attention it's like renting a business you're on you're on the clock time but it's a nation state which they run like businesses. Yeah that's the that's the mentality again. I'm not saying that's right but the mentality of these people is. It's their business so used to doing this. Mostly just to get back in her though. Yeah Yeah I think this is kind of retaliation fares before this. I think it was kind of like. She awoken that passion in him. He got obsessive over her. She was like chill l. out right and then he did it out of retaliation just because of the way that he approached sex before her that change after. Do you think it was mechanical. It was do you think I think with her was not mechanical. Would I think with the retaliation had a motivation. So that sex was going to be more. I don't even think intimates the right word but I'm not a forceful is not the word I'm looking for either. But I think he would have very aggressive sex because it's angry to speculating. That's total speculation. Relation he could have been from what I gathered. He was actually really good like as far as taking care of his mistresses go. He made sure when he was done dating somebody they yeah they were set up. Kids were taken care of. He legitimized a lot of his bastards to it really was he actually. That was something he was really passionate about with slake the father's role the man's role the husband's role in the home kind of a thing as misogynistic and backwards as he was for you know now with the knowledge that we have he was he he really did. Make sure that everybody was taken care of the time who's right he was he was. That was a stand up thing at the time to do to make sure your mistresses were paid. They were taking care of kids. Were taken care of when they were done dating. He made sure they got married to somebody. Reputable who could take care of them. Good people so in that regard standup guy so he is having all these affairs that resulted in several children. Like I said But the most interesting out of these he's tens of affairs was by far his relationship with Paulina for a now. Pauline husband actually brought her along on this campaign. The which you weren't allowed to do so. She was disguised in uniform and she was undetected amongst all these guys for fifty four days which is impressive. That is now Napoleon's in Egypt so they roll up and go to Alexandria where he's hanging out and the police finds out that there's an officer's wife in tow. So he reacts by going like. Hey Pauline stay here in Egypt with me while your husband goes back to France on this mission. I'm sending him on date so how Goes on this mission. He gets back. Haven Pauline get divorced like immediately and Pauline earned the nickname cleopatra from the scandal. The episodes and now a word from our sponsors back to the show so Josephine. Napoleon eventually meet up but their marriage marriage was short-lived. Unfortunately as Emperor Napoleon had to be concerned about producing an heir to the Throne Josephine for whatever reason introducing her. She couldn't get pregnant she was infertile. She had a botched abortion when she was younger. She was under a lot of stress with this. Who knows but she? She couldn't and get pregnant in Napoleon's careers best interest the couple decided to divorce so he could remarry and provide a shoe. Sounds like Napoleon tied to move they were org however both really broken up about it and they cried during the doors. Proceedings and Josephine was very dutiful about the whole thing. Like she's recorded. You're saying with the permission of my dear an August husband. I declare that no longer preserving any hope of having children to satisfy the political need for an Air Erin France I proudly offer him the greatest proof of love and devotion ever given to a husband on this earth and pulling himself was devoted to her for the rest of her life and he allowed her to keep her very much beloved living quarters that Chateau and she continued to have have a nice life for the most part when he found out she died some years later when he was in exile and he was remarried and all that he locked himself in his bedroom for two days and wouldn't come out and when he died years and years and years later supposedly the very last thing he said was her name. He said just being I I think he really loved her Rosebud. Joseph e need drops the snow an appalling ended up remarrying marie-antoinette's great niece the nineteen year old Austrian. Marie Louise and she wasn't too pleased with the arrangement. Considering during her great aunt had her head lopped off in France and Napoleon had been leading big ass military campaigns against her country for years and years. So Marie Louise said and I quote just just to see the man would be the worst form of torture so not stoked on Napoleon. But she doesn't really have a choice so she now she gets her that all she was. Yeah difference it does matter like sorry. Well sorry not sorry there. It wasn't all that bad though. Fortunately for her. That's a rarity as far as arranged Rome heritage's go most of the time. They're not very pleasant but after their wedding. Napoleon seemed to grow on her a little bit. She wrote a letter to her father saying you know he loves me very much. I respond to his love sincerely really. There's something very fetching very eager about him. That is impossible to resist weird athletics on your dad throwing that out there now maybe. I don't think it's that graphic graphic loves me very much. I respond to his love sincerely so I really do like I. There is something very fetching and very eager about him that it's impossible to resist Seattle bike gutter because the chef probably most people. Oh I think times like right with that really totally mean letters were very passionate really took their time. It's not like yeah all this was gonna be something that you had to send out. They were going to get it in six weeks. It's like you're actually absolutely put a lot of ha ha. I would imagine it would be something more. Because of the way it wasn't a quick text message it would be something like that is amused me. Far greater than any parlance that has ever been uttered to this time flowery flowery language through unfortunately for Napoleon and likely fortunate for the rest of Europe. Things started falling apart around this time that he did remarry which was like eighteen. O Seven eighteen tennis Portugal Spain called Britain. 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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The O'Reilly update message of the day the fire that devastated the fedral Notre Dame in Paris last month was heartbreaking, not only to the Catholic community. But to anyone with impre-, she -ation for the marvels of western civilization and the treasures passed down to us by our predecessors for eight hundred and fifty years the cathedral is stood as a monument, the man's ingenuity is desire to create and to the Christian faith itself to illustrate just how starkly significant Notre Dame is let me give you a few facts construction on the cathedral began in the year eleven sixty and to close to two hundred years to complete its rightly considered one of the finest examples of gothic architecture and the world don't you Don is home to some of Catholicism's most sacred relics hooting nail from the true cross and a crown of thorns that sat atop Christ's head during the crucifixion. It was the site of France's first legislature the coronations of Henry the six and emperor Napoleon, it hosted the celebrate Tori, mass tended by Charles de Gaulle during the liberation of Paris. Notre Dame survived two world wars and countless acts of disaggregation standing proudly for generations as a symbol of Paris. It is those fries that nearly thirteen million people travel each year from around the world to visit. Notre Dom for many of us the images of its collapsing. Spires will never be forgot if nothing else the destruction of something is historically significant is Notre dawn. Should give us all some perspective about our own place in history. Even while the fires raised the pessimists had already rendered a verdict declaring that cathedral, it'd be lost forever. They said whatever would be built in his place. No matter how faithful to the original would not be Notre Dom. Well, nothing could be further from the truth. We must acknowledge what was destroyed is lost forever. The structures every place. It will not be the same. As those consumed by the flames, thankfully, much of the cathedral splendor remains intact would even if every stone had been reduced powder in every beam reduced the ask the question of whether or not Notre Dame itself has gone could never have been one for us to decide rather. It's a question that must be answered in the fullness of tot all we can do as a cathedrals. Current caretakers is make sure the restoration. It undergoes is worthy of its legacy. From our vantage point in modern day. It's easy to see ourselves. As mere observers of history. Even those of us have you history of sacred can come to see it as static the truth is we're not spectators to history, we are part of the story. Likewise, the fire that consumes so much of Notre Dame will be a part of the cathedral story, not the end of it sections of the cathedral loss of the fire will be rebuilt. It will again become a home to worshippers a destination for millions around the world. But whether or not what replaces the old structures is worthy of Notre Dom is a question that future generations will answer. It is those who come after us that will decide if we were up to the task if we take nothing else away from the fire of Notre dot it should serve as a reminder that today is not a final destination, but part of a much larger story, and that is.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now, Jeff a knife is a very personal thing to us gentlemen. I without question and. We pick our style based I guess on what we enjoy most. So obviously, you've got designs out the Bing bang out there. Due to the designs of knives kind of evolved from a couple of different styles. And are they built well, obviously knives are built for for a certain purpose? That's very distinctive designs and styles of knives. Particularly in European is in the case of French knives. The most popular is called the log you'll style that a lot of people recognize with a B on the back of the knife or on the spring shape of a B. That's a very traditional French knife from the late seventeen hundreds early eighteen hundreds that be is particularly part of history because that was part of the emperor Napoleon seal key allowed the people from that area to put that on their products because of their bravery in battle you'll see on glass where you'll see it on leather for she'll see it on knives. Whether it's hunting knives or table knives. That's a very traditional style. So how did you get interested in this? I mean, obviously, a knife making is a very significant trade and not many people are are are involved. Per se. But how did you get interested in it? And I know that you do spend some time in Europe every year. That's right. I I've been in the industrial blade industrial cutting tool business for about forty years and during the course of my travels to various suppliers of industrial cutting tools. I met a number of people in those areas that are Cutler's because industrial knives evolved from cutlery tradition and over the year, I've enjoyed beer and wine with these folks and they've been courage me to try to sell their products in in America. So we started master guild about ten years ago, and it's been very successful. Introducing some previously unknown styles of knives. But yet they're very traditional very old style to the new world. So in this country, we have some some more or less famous knife designers, right and everybody who send a nice kind of knows a few names of people who do that. Do you have a similar thing in Europe? In europe. There are in France. For example, there is a Gill of nights makers in the tier area and the deal members undergo examinations and testing and all that type of thing to produce knives of certain quality required to work within certain parameters using only quality materials only, European or African materials comes to woods and those people compete each year at a world cutlery fair called Kelly that's held in may cheer for the best design in the most advanced art of the nice maker. So. What what in your mind? What is the biggest difference between an American made knife and a European made knife? There's gotta be American made knives tend to be basically functional now there are some American artisan knife makers, but the Europeans generally produced blades or not only extremely functional, but there are works of art and very beautiful. I think that's the main difference. So okay. Is there a difference in the steals? Okay. That's probably a dumb question. There's just different dozens of different grades, right? There are hundreds of different deal. The most people nowadays denies that. We carry are. What's called stainless steel blades? They're not really stainless slide. Your table silverware would be, but they have enough chrome in them to where they won't really corrode from normal years. Those are not necessarily the.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The triumphal pictures in the feed of Napoleon crossing the Alps which is an, extra Ordinary piece of art and it was there to show that Napoleon was the emperor Napoleon well he hasn't become the emperor yet but he was. Napoleon when you think, of the misery that Napoleon, brought to, Europe he should not be commemorated but you do look at that painting you say it is. A very great piece of art and I think perhaps the further away we are the more possibility we have to do that which doesn't mean we can't make moral decisions it doesn't mean that we shouldn't have. Views on that our views on what it. Depicts but I think it is possible, to say that yes this is a very beautiful piece of art, we don't like the ways in. Which was created I mean, we have the same issue with Wagner you know if you look at, record Wagner 's views. They are so often retrograde we. So often, find the polling and his anti semitism is something we find appalling but he wrote wonderful music and it's. Always going to be tricky and we're always going, to be finding this tension between who did it what is, being depicted and the thing itself and it. Will never be entirely resolved but I think that's part of the complexity of being human and, dealing with the arts My name, is Elaine Marlin I'm not connected to. Any organization, whatsoever in your books you often, talk about, alliances and the in the. Prelude to wars macro and representing France and eight other countries including Estonia have made, an alliance to come to the aid of the other nations should, they be attacked Putin in Russia is saying Turkey aired a guns back here's my alliance do you see these as, dangerous or do you see these as. Balancing acts I think they can be both and I've not trying to dodge your question I think alliances made for a number of reasons I mean NATO was, an alliance to provide collective security to its members in case of. A threat from the Soviet Union and its allies in the Warsaw Pact and I suppose the Soviet Union it was so. Packed so it in the same way alliances can be. Defensive they can simply be away of trying to ensure that smaller powers sometimes can come together and defend themselves, the league of nations was based on the notion of collective security the idea that. Nations together could enforce peace on a single couple of nations wanted to wage. Aggressive war but. Alliances can also be formed for the purposes of of aggression and so I? Think it depends very much on. What the purpose of the alliance is for The danger I think is when you get great powers with smaller high states or states that they are patrons, of and quite often those states, I think can behave recklessly and can draw the great, powers into war which. Is what happened I think in the outbreak of the first World War when Serbia behave recklessly and other. POWs withdrawn in to that conflict lower Baucus just a citizen although..

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The war that's right the richmond fell the confederate government got onto trains and tried to get asses virginia as quickly as possible and then for the next few weeks there was a kind of government confederate government in exile but can try to continue as it went further and further south trying to escape federals and then finally they realized that the number was up and they went their separate ways benjamin managed to get to florida got on the boat sunk found somehow was rescued by a passing but got the cabin and then managed to get in disguise onto another ship and get taken to england and then he started a whole new career as a british lawyer he'd actually trained his way back when but you have to retrain a british justification and actually became one of the most important british noise of the mid nineteenth century and his tracy's on on contract law was the standard treaties for you know over half a century so it's kind of ironic the managed to reinvent himself and now to close the loop the tragedy rose o'neill greenhouse who remains twitter were confederate birth and who remains a secret agent her death september of eighteen sixty four how did she die amend rose have been sent to england as a confederate ambassador the president confederate president jefferson davis believes that she was just irresistible and all that needs to be half nor that needed to happen was to meet the prime minister palmerston an emperor napoleon and they were all on the knees to whatever she off when that didn't happen she became disillusioned and she decided to go back to the south she'd written memoirs she's made a two thousand.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Take up residence in holland 'cause he's not invited back to france bought eventually the king i mean the emperor napoleon after the br americo does allow him to come back by lafayette doesn't ask permission so napoleon is immediately jealous yes while he doesn't want to rival general who has once had so much power over the people right and he is a general in laugh likes to call himself general an a you will recall the bottom part of this time had made himself emperor yet this is right after the coup when he's presenting himself as for citizens so la fayette is living in paris but that's not going to be successful so adrienne in notice how he depends upon strong women in mary antoinette was a very strong woman and adrienne is an extremely strong woman and she comes up with a remedy having rescued him having his grandmother his wife his wife's mother then the queen now his his wife again she takes into lagrange where's the it's outside of paris about thirty forty miles an its and the ancestoral home of her mother and that is left after the revolution they didn't pull for it why does she have in a state again i didn't quite follow the lodge she reclaimed it because after her mother and her mother's whole family were all executed but after the end of the terror there is restitution given slip people could reclaim the states that have been taken from them so adrian went to work very diligently to take back a lot of the property that had been her family's now bluff it had been trying to travel to america and between leaving jail in ninety seven and taking of residents lagrange ninety nine with this is the time of the we don't have time to defer to divert to explain all this what is called the x y z affair i hope you pass the test and fifth grade it's also called the quasiwar in lafayette very well knows the george washington almost put on a uniform again and went to war with french so things have been rocky between the federalists or the republicans and the french for several years but back now we're back in ninety nine 1800 lafayette's of la grange and.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"To the prime minister william pitt four adrienne the as they believe she's being persecuted for the sense of her father you know now we're involving austria the habsburgs were involving parliament we have the president of the united states all appealing for lafayette he's famous izzy well respected is he light i can't tell whether they're trying to rescue an innocent whether they regard him as a child well i think that they love him they love it all right it's it's strange given what he's tried to do he tried to re he he's worth by his hip knighted the revolt they're aware of this well they are but they also think that his heart was in the best place in that what he was actually trying to do was to bring about peaceful reform and that events simply spiralled out of control route lafayette is actually permitted to leave finally in seventy ninety seven thanks to the intercession of a man whose story will continue for a few years name napoleon bonaparte he leaves jail after five years of timber of 1997 he then it lives in exile in holland right and they take up residence in holland because he's not invited back to france bought eventually the king i mean the emperor napoleon after the br americo does allow him to come back by love it doesn't ask permission so napoleon is immediately jealous yes while he doesn't want to rival general who has once had so much power over the people right and he is a general in lafayette likes to call himself general an you will recall that bonaparte at this time had made himself emperor yet this is right after the coup when he's perth presenting himself as first citizen so la fayette is living in paris but that's not going to be successful so adrienne in notice how he depends upon strong women a merry antoinette was a very strong woman and adrienne is an extremely strong woman and she comes up with a remedy having rescued him having his grandmother his wife his wife's mother then the queen now his his wife again she takes him to lagrange where's the it's outside of paris about thirty forty miles an its and the ancestoral home of her mother and that is left after the revolution they didn't pilfered why does she avenue state again i didn't quite follow the lodge she reclaimed it because i after her mother and her mother's whole family were all executed but after.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson

Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson

"The side to make ends meet at times him on hold days without eating finally once he had a working prototype he was able to successfully petitioned congress to build the first longdistance telegraph line linking washington dc and baltimore forty miles away what path god wrought was a famous first mass some out on the line the electric telegraph truly connected the world in a way that was unprecedented what followed was a network of cables laid across the oceans were messages could be sent almost anywhere in a matter of mere minutes instantaneous global communication had finally arrived and that changed everything while the telegraph was taking over the world another technology was quietly being born although it takeover century for to find its way into offices the the very same year morse convinced congress to build america's first longdistance telegraph wind and inventor across the pond took out a patent for a communications device most of us don't associated with the 1800s the first pair for the fax machine was an eighteen forty three by a scotsman alexander bayne operating and launder jonathan cooper smith is a professor of history at texas a and m and he's the author of faxed the rise and followed the fax machine pain viewed his fax machine as a chemical telegraph able to convey images instead of characters bamed fax machine consisted essentially of two pendulums whose movements were synchronize at a distance via an electromagnet crude images and signatures could be sent almost as easily as sending a telegraph message by the 1860s a commercial fax network was actually put in place the first commercial services in france in in the mid 1860s and the emperor napoleon says i really want these fax machines are like the idea of transmitting him images unfortunately for alexander bayne samuel morse didn't appreciate the competition he would tie bayne up and patten lawsuits for decades and the scottish inventor eventually died penniless versions of the fax machine would continue to be used throughout the early 20th century to transmit maps among military forces or pictures to new services but they wanted doctored widely until much later but after a century of false starts the fax machine began to show promise as a mass communication tool in the 1960s at the dawn as a personal computer age when companies like xerox with its longdistance xerox raphy technology figured out how to send faxes over existing telephone lines the.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on I Have To Ask

I Have To Ask

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on I Have To Ask

"Term began as an insult mata complement and not as a neutral to her mother an ideology is a drag race is allen was that when it came about in the term actually began to circulate in the early nineteen th century and and uh the the emperor napoleon was the purse new popularise the term he didn't coin anybody met disdainfully uh and what ideology was was a way of grouping together ideas into idea sets uh so you have a bunch of ideas about free trade therefore is going to fall you have in a bunch of ideas about how parliament should be organized therefore and so on and in napoleon's view while he wanted to pick and choose said he didn't know why he had to be told by liberals is the ideology the ideologists he disliked than were why he he had to take he couldn't take some from colonna and nothing from column be so in donald trump's case when i say doesn't have an ideology his ideas don't necessarily go together right so he's he's very skeptical a of trade but he doesn't care enough about it to understand how it works of just the other day he tweeted out that a meta that with the wall cost twenty billion dollars you can take the twenty billion dollars out of and he then made up a big number for mexico's trade surplus which i think he said was like seventy two billion dollars in it's nothing like that but it doesn't matter for these purposes and your and if it my god he thinks you can a trade surplus is like a fiscal account and she would take twenty billion dollars of cash for the government out of of this a he doesn't care enough about his trade views patrick buchanan would never have made that mistake because i'm his economic views astrid user were very primitive but he at least understood how the basic accounting worked donald trump doesn't doesn't do that i agree with you in that sense that he's uninformed he doesn't understand these things beyond a very surface level i i guess what i had been under the impression of a couple of years ago was that essentially the last person in the room to tell him something can convince.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Current approval number for her and her party are these eur three weeks ago with alltime low of twenty nine point two percent according to the times of london quote angola murgles toll numbers fell to an alltime low yesterday after the breakdown of talks on forming a coalition government twenty nine point two percent or about the the french president emmanuel macron young dashing handsome when he got elected avery high approval ratings in people in america gushed over how hansa me was and keira mad at charismatic you was youngest leader since the emperor napoleon bonaparte took power at the age of thirty five he's distal mccall thirty nine years old now the majority fringe people 54 percent do not trust him the fix the country's social and economic problems in in as britain's prime minister theresa may lee telegraph reports said fortyfour percent backed her at the start of june of this year quote but after she lost to conservatives parliamentary majority in a snap election that she called they figure dropped to third rob to 34 percent is now at just twenty six percent with that 20 points below where trump is right now in in our friends to the north canada's justin trudeau carded a bloomberg business week his numbers a down dramatically from when he collected quote two years into trudeau's first term a polling aggregate or run by the canadian broadcasting corporation shows his support at thirty seven point nine percent down eight points from a year ago so when your bashing donald trump because he's quote not gotten anything major don in terms of legislation bashing donald trump because his health care plan now is unpopular the tax cut plan unpopular how 'bout chest a little bit of perspective and as paul ryan pointed out today when defending the tax bill only about eighteen percent of americans believed the nineteen eighty one ronald reagan tax bill lim prove their lives only eighteen percent did and of course reagan swept to reelection and 84 with a forty nine verses one st victory why because most people felt that their economic prospects had improved even though eighteen percent only eighteen percent thought that would be the case at the beginning though it don't let that worry you just keep on pressing forward triple eight nine seven one s h g triple eight nice in one 74 three louie gohmert shredded rod rosenstein over the.

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"emperor napoleon" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"emperor napoleon" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Reviewing the parade of military parade look on his way back and we'll be spending the weekend at new jersey resort work what we understand what was going to get little golf in all the way back no doubt no question about it the probably they don't power that he ever go but the go go virginia we engrave better what bob coming back compares you have to fly over new jersey to get back to dc so i think it's it's probably a route a concern that what he gets back to dc the repeal and replacement of obamacare will be a front and center where do we stand with set of action on that today where we don't know where we stand exactly what action because we know it lead to undergird in there or delude cook we will not go to move forward with the weather's waking even born going to need and they don't have a right now so we have that putin colin and land uh on opposite ends of the spectrum about the routed why but we don't know if you're gonna wide all rubbish senator getting sweetener group where the wrote in a move forward if they can regrettable brokaw at weigh in on monday with in our game bob costantini in washington affects quicker thank you let's go back to france it was a quick quick twoday visit in and out in and out for trump fluid just yesterday quick meeting at the us embassy with military people that a tour of the police to act lesson believes which was an old military hospital now it's a military museum spectacular lace must see if you ever get the parents you must see napoleon's tomb the marble sarcophagus the rotunda spectacular the fronts of living off the police plants belated out good when he dan the polian he knew what he was doing patil everything what south but the police good fact you still see his and the giant in is on many many yet official buildings in paris and that goes back to the emperor napoleon so trump took it opponents doom that a look at his a marble sarcophagus that he had dinner with the french president macron and his wife the eight at the jules verne restaurant at the eiffel tower vergara pricey but what a.

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