35 Burst results for "Ernest"
AP News Radio
Heaney pitches 7 solid innings to help streaking Rangers beat Orioles 5-3
"Andrew haney through 7 innings of forehead ball to Ernest fourth win as the rangers beat the Orioles 5 to three. It was his fourth consecutive quality start and his 6th in the last 7 outings. He says he has a lot of support when he pitches. Offense scoring runs, you know, I feel like every time I pitch, I think I'm pitching with the lead and that's just like a really good feeling to go in there and attack it. It's a team that really is like a team. Marcus Simeon went two for 5 with a two run single and extended his hitting streak to 16 games dean Kramer suffered the loss Austin Hayes homered for the Orioles. Craig heist Baltimore
The EU Has Now Become the Global Crypto Regulatory Leader
"For this last long read Sunday, we're going to actually shift our focus a little bit farther away than Austin, Texas. Yes, we are flying all the way over to Brussels and to the EU to discuss the landmark Mika legislation that was voted in by the European Parliament earlier this week. I'm going to read two pieces on Mika and the first is by coindesk Daniel Kuhn and is called why the EU has Mika and the U.S. has securities law confusion. The European Parliament went ahead and did it. Today, after years of deliberations and at least two official delays, the landmark markets in crypto assets or Mika regulation framework was voted in. European Union legislators also passed a separate crypto related rule known as the transfer of funds regulation that imposes stronger surveillance and identification requirements for crypto operators. The rules were described as a world first by the European Commission's married McGuinness, and also a quote end of the wild west era for crypto assets. According to green party lawmaker Ernest erson. The laws, which will be enforced at the state level, still need to be officially approved by the Supra governing body called the EU council. But are just about cleared to take effect next year. The council's approval is more of a formality at this point, considering it already approved the text of the law last year. For many, mikko represents a crucial step forward for the crypto industry. It's the first major attempt to provide a comprehensive set of rules for crypto companies, so they know in advance what they can and can not do, and where the responsibilities lie if they want to operate in the 27th nation strong trading block. The European Union hopes it sets the global standard, and in some sense, is worried about Mika's effectiveness in the EU if similar rules are not adopted everywhere. In short, Mika requires crypto firms, like wallet providers and exchanges, to be licensed by the EU,
The Bible in a Year
Day 333 of The Bible in a Year: Peter Is Rescued From Prison
"The acts of the apostles, chapter 12. James killed, and Peter imprisoned by Herod. About that time Herod the king laid violent hands upon some who belonged to the church, he killed James, the brother of John with the sword. And when he saw that it pleased the Jews, he proceeded to arrest Peter also. This was during the days of unleavened bread, and when he had seized him, he put him in prison and delivered him to four squads of soldiers to guard him, intending after the Passover to bring him out to the people. So, Peter was kept in prison, but Ernest prayer for him was being made to God by the church. An angel rescues Peter from prison. That very night, when Herod was about to bring him out, Peter was sleeping between two soldiers bound with two chains and sentries before the door were guarding the prison. And behold, an angel of the lord appeared, and a light shone in the cell, and he struck Peter on the side and woke him saying, get up quickly. And the chains fell off his hands, and the angel said to him, dress yourself and put on your sandals, and he did so. And he said to him, wrap your cloak around you and follow followed him, he did not know that what was done by the angel was real, but thought he was seeing a vision. When they had passed the first and the second guard, they came to the iron gate leading into the city. It opened to them of its own accord, and they went out and passed on through one street, and immediately the angel left him. And Peter came to himself and said, now I am sure that the lord has sent his angel and rescued me from the hand of Herod, and from all that the Jewish people were expecting. When he realized this, he went to the house of Mary, the mother of John, whose other name was Mark, where many were gathered together and were praying, and when he knocked at the door of the gateway, I made named rhoda came to answer. Recognizing Peter's voice in her joy, she did not open the gate, but ran in and told that Peter was standing at the gate. They said to her, you are mad. But she insisted that it was so. They said, it is his angel. But Peter continued knocking, and when they opened, they saw him and were amazed. But motioning to them with his hand to be silent, he described to them how the lord had brought him out of the prison, and he said, tell this to James, and to the brethren. Then he departed, and went to another place.
"ernest" Discussed on Cinemavino
"<Speech_Male> Was this scary for <Speech_Male> kids? As a <Speech_Male> kid, were you scared? A little <Speech_Male> bit. <Speech_Male> A little bit. <Speech_Male> Some of those troll outfits <Speech_Male> reminded me <Speech_Male> of killer clowns <Speech_Male> from <SpeakerChange> outer space. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> So <Speech_Male> I would say that <Speech_Male> like you <Speech_Male> guys said nostalgia <Speech_Male> purposes, 7, <Speech_Male> 8, somewhere in that <Speech_Male> range. <Speech_Male> As a movie, probably three. <Speech_Male> Yeah. <Speech_Male> Oh God. I <Speech_Male> had to evaluate it both <Speech_Male> as somebody who <Speech_Male> saw it back then and <Speech_Male> loved earnest and <Speech_Male> had been to see, I saw an artist <Speech_Male> goes to jail and this <Speech_Male> one in theaters. <Speech_Male> It's like three $1 million <Speech_Male> a budget <Speech_Male> per star. <Speech_Male> Out of ten. <Speech_Male> Yeah, <Speech_Male> great, exactly. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Although that <Speech_Male> would have fallen off very quickly. <Speech_Male> The venture plan <Speech_Male> millions of dollars <Speech_Male> for no more stars. <Speech_Male> Ernest is only <Speech_Male> going to get so far. <Speech_Male> Yeah. You ain't <Speech_Male> going to get blood out of a turnip. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> But yeah, in terms <Speech_Male> of make a lot of mess. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Learn that the hard way. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> So yeah, <Speech_Male> I enjoyed. <Speech_Male> It reminded me of <Speech_Male> going back and watching <Speech_Male> it back then. <Speech_Male> How much I loved earnest <Speech_Male> and all his goofy shit. <Speech_Male> It had that <Speech_Male> factor for it. <Speech_Male> But I also watched <Speech_Male> it from the perspective of someone <Speech_Male> like Sean, who had no <Speech_Male> investment. Oh yeah, <Speech_Male> just <SpeakerChange> poo poo. <Speech_Male> But train tour <Speech_Male> had a final <Speech_Male> form. Yes, <Speech_Male> he did. Do not <Speech_Male> make me a Superman. <Speech_Male> Like a <Speech_Male> power ranger <Speech_Male> or any <Speech_Male> anime character <Speech_Male> ever. Well, just freeze <Speech_Male> it. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> So <Speech_Male> is there a chance that <Speech_Male> Ernest <Speech_Male> is <Speech_Male> within the power ranger <Speech_Male> universe? And then <Speech_Male> could he be <Speech_Male> a power ranger? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> He is zordon. <Speech_Male> He <Speech_Male> eventually <Speech_Male> becomes zordon <Speech_Male> who <Speech_Male> gets all <Speech_Male> of the Power Rangers together. <Speech_Male> He is the floating <Speech_Male> head because <Speech_Male> he has gone <Speech_Male> to <Speech_Male> the moon, the next. <Speech_Male> He's gone <Speech_Male> to space, right? He's on his face. <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Male> think he went, I don't know if he <Speech_Male> went to the moon. I think he might <Speech_Male> have went beyond <SpeakerChange> the moon. <Speech_Male> One vern <Speech_Male> to rule them all. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> All I'm <Speech_Male> saying is he eventually <Speech_Male> gathers <Speech_Male> teenagers with <Speech_Male> attitude. <Speech_Male> Yes. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> He's all about some teenager. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> So this has been <Speech_Male> another episode <SpeakerChange> of cinema vena. <Speech_Male> Can I <Speech_Music_Male> also say <Speech_Male> part of this balanced <Speech_Male> breakfast? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Which doesn't include cereal. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> 'cause <Speech_Male> I got the milk. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Yeah, this is <Speech_Male> our Halloween double <Speech_Male> feature. This and from Russell <Speech_Male> dawn. So I hope you <Speech_Male> guys enjoyed them both. Two <Speech_Male> very similar movies. <Speech_Male> If <Speech_Male> you like one, you'll like the other. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> But yeah, <Speech_Male> next time we're gonna do a <Speech_Male> leftover series <Speech_Male> with fright night, the 2011 <Speech_Male> version. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Can I just say <Speech_Male> immediately <Speech_Male> when you mention those two <Speech_Male> films, all I <Speech_Male> can think of now <Speech_Male> is <Speech_Male> Jim varney <Speech_Male> sitting in Quentin Tarantino's <Speech_Male> chair when santonio <Speech_Male> panic <Speech_Male> ammonium comes out. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Yes. <Speech_Male> And getting her feet <Speech_Male> in his mouth. Her initial <SpeakerChange> length. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> It's a combination <Speech_Male> of <Speech_Male> that's a <Speech_Male> fucking joke. <Speech_Male> Salma Hayek, but <Speech_Male> Ernest is in <Speech_Male> the jury box with the <Speech_Male> pen. Yes. <Speech_Male> Yes. And <Speech_Male> Salma <Speech_Male> Hayek's toes. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Yeah. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> So we will see <Speech_Male> you guys next time. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Taylor Jones. Yeah, <Speech_Male> trespass. <Speech_Male> Mastodon. <Speech_Male> That's Sean Jordan. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> And my name's Tom wafford. <Speech_Male> Pterodactyl. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> we will see you <Speech_Male> guys <Speech_Male> next time. True all <Speech_Male> the source. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Bring your milk. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> Be sure to listen <Speech_Male> right and subscribe <Speech_Male> at Apple <Speech_Male> podcasts Spotify, <Speech_Male> cast box, <Speech_Male> or wherever you <Speech_Male> listen to your podcasts. <Speech_Male> Our website <Speech_Male> is cinema vino <Speech_Male> dot net, and <Speech_Male> reviews of these films <Speech_Male> can be found at Todd <Speech_Male> wofford
"ernest" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Do this? This is 2020 two, and I'm asking 1991 questions. But I had a doozy of a time. I remember this little monster troll trantor. I didn't remember his name, but now I'll never forget it. Thank you, Taylor. That's what Ernest did for you. Never forget Ernest. Ernest did it for me, but I didn't remember until Taylor, you brought her back in my life. I don't want to thank you for that. What's up, you come for Ernest, but you stay for trantor. Yeah, justice for trantor. Exactly. Justice. Again, I hashtag right there. I like to root for the bad guy. Game of Thrones. I was real pissed at the night king. I was like fucking night king for life. This one justice for trantor. Fuck them kids. Some of those kids need to be petrified. I don't want to talk about diddle sign, but. Yeah, that's been a whole different move. Dental Stein. It's not Ron kids. I want to say things, but we'll have to edit it out later. I just said it once. You got going. Little stones got wood again. Oh no.
"ernest" Discussed on Cinemavino
"He was Ernest and burn. Oh, probably. He just held the camera. It's like a selfie stick. Yeah. So I'll be honest for some reason, I thought Gaylord sartain was in some of these. He's not in this one. He was saves Christmas for sure. He had in jail. In jail. Okay, as one of the duo. I was going to say, are all these characters recurring characters in the earnest movies? It's always the same sheriff. It's always the same mayor. I think a lot of guys do on the shop. So they play different roles. I think they shot that guys because Gaylord sartain played the main talking. There are a couple. So he missed opportunity. I have the earnest universe. Yeah, he could have had a cinematic universe. Yeah. The first. The universe. Travis just lit up like Christmas. God, my eyes made the heart emoji. The Verna verse. I love that. Ernest versus great. Also excellent. Universe? So I'm curious to see what you guys think. I think that if we had earnest like fucking Thanos wouldn't have lasted two movies and I think Robert Downey Jr. would still be here. Know what I mean? Ernest saves the multiverse. Yes. That one's gonna be one of my questions. Is in the canon? Is he indestructible? Because he looks like it. Yeah, he did. Go to jail, he gained superpowers. He had struck by lightning and then somehow his electric. He can power things like by pointing at it. So we know that he's done because he's cursed. But we also know his family lineage has some sort of magic powers. And probably trolls blood. That would guess. And you also know that at the end of the conflict, guns solve everything, because they fill up guns. But water guns at least. With milk. So guns is where it's at. Like violence is the answer. But then also at the very end. So violent love or I think it was yogurt. You yogurt. That's probiotic. Keep your regular. Yep. So I'm curious to hear you guys ratings of it. Let's start with Tay. You saw it last year. And this was your pick. Because it's just one of the I just need to know what people mainly I just wanted to watch it again. But I also love hearing people see things that are just for goddamn ridiculous, which we'll get to later. We want to Travis picks. But this isn't for my care. A childhood fan for me. So I saw on VHS probably way too many times. And I don't know if we had bought it or if we were just rendered it all the time, but it was a regular, and when I look back on it, I think my dad thought earners was hilarious. Because I remember watching this way too much and not even during Halloween time. I was like, why are we watching Aaron is here stupid? It's like, it's funny. I like it. Thanksgiving. Yeah, I was like, why are we watching this? But it was more just like a childhood thing. It is an absolute hoot to watch. That's the only thing I can say about it. It's goofy. It is goofy as hell, and music. And it is. And I think I looked at it, but it first of all, and I'm telling you my how the numbers here. But I think it costs like 8, $9 million to make. That is goddamn dick. I'm sorry. What? Yes. It was all the extra troll costumes at the end.
"ernest" Discussed on Cinemavino
"The last one that Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, I had seen it before and I was like, ah, I'm just maybe I wasn't in the mood. But when I watched this one again, and I watched it in fast forward mode. I was like, this is stupid. This is pretty good. This makes me laugh. And it took me 55 minutes to wait for my favorite line in the film, which is Taylor. How about a bump or sandwich? Booger lips. You did that better than I would. But it was just, it was the face. And he was just, he was so into it. He has such an amazing face. You can not understate his acting ability. They use it really poorly and it's dumb. But his ability to mutate his face for any sort of role is great. Supposedly he was a Shakespearean actor like in his prime. Yeah. It'd be difficult now to imagine because unfortunately he's going to get typecast. I mean, it's going to be like, why is Ernest playing Macbeth? You're telling me Timothée Chalamet could do this role next. Maybe. I'm down for this. Ron, the cable guy that figured out, hey, this makes me money. I'm going to keep doing this. I'm going to start talking with a weird accent. And I swim up and we've mentioned this before in many podcasts, but it was because now it always comes back to earnest. But the one thing about this movie, I like to say, can I forgot he played so many roles as he does in all of these? And I'm like Eddie Murphy. Yeah, he just really, which one was this one? The old lady, the war. Yeah, I was like, I was like, maybe he is actually pretty funny in this. And it's like, it was almost too comical. And I was like, this is ridiculous, but I couldn't stop watching. So I wasn't familiar with the Ernest cannon prior to this. Are those all real characters? Are they just up here out of nowhere? The old lady is a persona? A popular one. Yeah, she's like a necklace. I don't remember. I don't think you want to know the answer to that. It's a mystery that does it come up in the previous movies? And then he also has like an evil scientist that has just a floating head that has a hand Tapping on its forehead that just moves independently. It's kind of weird. But he had a TV show back in the day. Hey Bern, it's earnest. I can remember that very vaguely. But he was famous too for commercials, Marshall 'cause he would obviously in the film. He was like, all right, look at the basso Matic and it's got speakers or whatever, he's doing all that. I'm like, oh, I totally forgot that he did a lot of commercials for like butter and other bullshit. Burger King? I think he did burn. And I know he had a couple of different characters in those commercials. Because I think he also played Verne.
"ernest" Discussed on Cinemavino
"This was released on October 11th, 1991. I saw this in the theaters. I don't know about you guys, but I remember Todd, you talk about seeing a lot of things in theaters and it's weird. Did you live in a theater? Yeah. No, no, I mean a lot of movies as a kid. Some of the picks that you watch like this one. Interesting. Yeah. I wasn't an earnest fan, as a little kid. I was actually, but this is because I remember this in VHS, but I think a lot of his films didn't spend a whole lot of time. It was there for two weekends and then straight to VHS. The first few, maybe, but there's like 20 earnest movies. Goes to jail, goes to school. So the first very first earnest movie, I have never heard of because I have this is IMDb slash Wikipedia reveal. It's called doctor Otto and the gloom beam came out in 1985. And as a lead role. His character that has the weird hand that rests on his head, I believe so. Okay. I've never seen it. I did not know it existed. Yeah, freaked me the fuck out, as a kid. The first movie that I saw Ernest goes to camp. That's the first movie to come out. And so the first four 5 movies were in theaters. First 5 movies. You got earnest sales Christmas and then earth goes to jail. And then this one Ernest scared stupid and then Ernest rides again would be the final. In theater. But then after Martin, direct to video is, you had so many Ernest ghost Egypt. He joined the army, the Ernest Jones. Played basketball. He goes to space and he went to space. I was on a road trip one time when we were playing a game where we were trying to think of movies that had the most sequels, because we were like, oh, yeah, fast. It's like you got like ten Fast & Furious movies. And then we finally got to the earnest movies. And it was just like scrolling through the IOD just. I can not count all the movies that they have. Did Godzilla and James Bond do they count or it has to be the same actor? I think it has to be the same character. Yeah. Continuous, all right. Because I think it ended up being like Mary Kate and Ashley had a ton. They were the same way. They had a million straight to straight to VHS. Yeah, but all these are great. That's it. Obviously. Very true. So are all the earnest. This will be a difficult role to recast.
"ernest" Discussed on Cinemavino
"And welcome back. So far. I've faded out the intro this time, so live and learn. So here we are. We're professionals here. Was that you making that noise at the end? It was. The screen. So many takes to get that, right? I mean, I really alarm the neighbors outside. There's that. Show up on the next door. We've got Sean Jordan. Hi, Taylor rose. Hey, and Travis bud. My name is Todd, wofford. So we are going to do Aaron scared stupid for Halloween. Yes? That's going to be part of our double feature from dusk till dawn and then Ernest scared stupid. That's going to be quite the two first. This was supposed to be on our list last year, but what happened? So it fell through the cracks. We ended up not meet one time because I know Taylor still watched it. Yeah. I think someone may have gotten the vid. And we had to skip that week. And full disclosure, we originally planned to do hocus pocus two here. Correct. We all collectively agreed. No. I forgot about that. You still want to watch it twice, didn't you? Yeah, but both times I don't remember it. It was like, it was basically a three times the speed. What we'll be doing next year. Could you watch it? Didn't you Travis? I did. Because you're the one that told me about the after credits scene, and I watched that, and that made me really sad. I did not watch it. I have no idea either. Oh, really? Okay. Well, yeah. I'm jealous. So we decided to spare you guys hoax folks too. So instead, even better we're going to earn scared stupid, which at least you know what to prepare for. It has the word stupid and the title. And earnest. Yes. And scared. Yeah. Yes. Exactly. We're drinking bloodroot pin in a war. From Sonoma, California. Wow. I
AP News Radio
UK leader hopefuls jostle as Johnson digs in for final weeks
"London woke up with mixed feelings after British prime minister Boris Johnson announced his resignation as party leader but vowed to stay on as the prime minister until a replacement is found I heaved a great sigh of relief I really did I thought he should have left earlier Much earlier Resident Ernest William Lee wants to see the back of boys Johnson as soon as possible while Julie firestone a tourist from Toronto thinks it's a tough time to stage a change of leadership Well I think he's been very supportive of the Ukraine I think it's really hard at this time because there's so much going on Meanwhile a field of candidates to replace the departing prime minister has begun to take shape even as some lawmakers push to get the scandal tarnish Johnson out of office before his replacement is elected in the next couple of months Charles De Ledesma London
History Unplugged Podcast
The Four Biggest American Media Celebrities of the 1930s
"In the 1930s, the biggest American media celebrities were four foreign correspondents, Dorothy Thompson, John Gunther, HR knickerbocker, and Vincent Shea. They were household names in their day, and just as famous as their novel writing lost generation counterparts, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway. These reporters helped shape what Americans knew about the world between the two world wars by landing exclusive interviews with the most important political figures of their day, including Hitler, Mussolini and Franco, as well as Trotsky, Gandhi, nehru, Churchill and FDR. But they also went beyond state press releases and listened closely to the dissidents in Europe and heard alarming reports of violence against anyone who opposed these authoritarian regimes. The reporting made waves at home and abroad. HR knickerbocker was the only foreign reporter whose dispatches Mussolini bothered to read. Joseph gobel is called knickerbocker in international liar and counterfeiter. John Guthrie shot to fame, but the book inside Europe published in 1936, arguing that, quote, unresolved personal conflicts in the lives of various European politicians may contribute to the collapse of our civilization. In the face of increasing violence in Europe, these reporters had to decide whether they would remain on the sidelines or advocate for their readers to respond. They were the readers of the dictators wouldn't be satisfied with their territories they conquered, and the objected to the policies of appeasement and predicted the coming of the Second World War. Putting together the stories they covered, the Italian invasion of Ethiopia in 1935, the Spanish Civil War broke out the next year, the German annexation of Austria and the karma book Czechoslovakia, and made very accurate judgments about what would come next.
Monocle 24: Section D
"ernest" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Founded by the Portuguese American couple enes amerin and Reed baker in 2016, the duo first met to Milan before opting to move to Portugal to run the company. Monocles, Ivan cavallo met with the pair at their busier atelier in Porto. To find out how the duo mixed classic tailoring with modern influences. So Rita was curious. Just give me the background of the brand and how it started. And the name, because the name is quite particular. Yeah, yeah. So the name Ernest W baker is my grandfather. And I think we really liked that related to the personal approach. We always relate to that authenticity of being very personal and very transparent in our work. And I think it reflected this sort of honesty, this tradition that we kind of reference, but we kind of left the name at that and kind of moved on from encompassing both of our cultures, both of our heritages, both the English and earnest W baker for us now where we're at the place where we are now with the brand. It's sort of a reflection of both of our cultural identities, our heritages, and kind of a reference to the past, but also this nod towards the future and kind of where we want to take things. And your grandfather was an advertising in Detroit. Is that right? And he dressed up, I imagine. Yeah, yeah, definitely. You know, he ran his own company, small advertising business in Detroit, kind of this self made advertising man from the 50s, you know, a lot of our collections we go through old family albums. Also looking at the photography that we shoot in the aesthetic that we shoot kind of reflects in the nostalgia, that grainy, shooting in film, not only literally pieces, references, but also that kind of aesthetical mood from that time period as well as reference to. You know, we really look at his classic with the twist, you know, so it's like classic and contemporary, so a step in the past, but bringing it towards the future. So there's very classic tailoring, but it's a bit subverted, so you maybe have a classic double breasted pink pic lapel bullies or taking something but kind of spinning it in a way and making it more modern, making it more relevant. So he knows people today are talking a lot about Portugal, fashion companies are moving here or sourcing fabrics. Now for you guys, it's very important, the made in Portugal provenance. Yeah, it's really important because here we have, we can explore all kinds of pieces of different network, the quality of the fabrics are very good for these important to be next to the factories and to the people that do the pieces is very organic and also sustainable. We can be in 5 minutes in a place and control the product and explore different techniques with also the people that are making the pieces. So all these processes is very important being next to all these industry. In terms of fabrics that you like to use, that companies provide, just maybe walk me through some of these ones here that we have in the collection that presenting. Handmade piece it takes about a week to make is a tread pulled in a finger. So we work with the local artisans from Porto and they do everything from start to end by hand. If this collection here, the fall winter 2022, just walking through some of the pieces and what you guys are really excited about. This season, I think we really took the time to dive deep into the garments themselves. You know, we feel like we've refined the aesthetic of what earnest W baker is, aesthetically, and so we've kind of took the time now this season to go even deeper into the pieces themselves and develop these handmade pieces. These rose jacquards rose as a kind of an emblem that we use season after season, and we did these velvet rose cards. This is a very brand origins piece referential to the time that you and I met in Milan. This is tailoring that we developed to look like this fox mink, so it's kind of to be worn together. Again, another brain origins piece, you know, very referential to our time in Milan. This double breasted peak lapel pinstriped blazer. I think is sort of an iconic piece from us as well. And one of our other icons is, of course, the flare trousers that we continue to do season after season, so our pinstripe flare trousers is definitely an iconic piece for ours as well. Quilting is a piece that we love to do in all different types of garments. This is a leather bomber that is quilted. And of course, we have the boots referential to Americana, you know, the brand is this European Americana amalgamation. So it's definitely have the western boots in there. Now the color palette. Are you guys exploring maybe some newer colors? Yeah, definitely. This season, we definitely always have this kind of brown old man taken out of your grandfather's closet sort of feelings. But this season, we moved on and kind of popped in some pink, you know, keep it fresh. Color palette is something that we almost starts the collection as well as we feel these colors that we want to start with for the season and kind of branch everything out from there. Black and red are very representative of the brand as well. The strength, the power, the fragility of the rose, kind of referential to those things as well. This new sort of style that we're presenting here, this kind of menswear Chanel feeling was very well received as well, have a couple garments in this feeling as well. Again, the jacquard kind of goes off of this Chanel esque feeling for menswear. The pink, I think, was something very fresh as well. Compliments the red. But it did quite well surprisingly. We kind of wanted to put it in there just to be fresh, but I think also commercially it was picked up very well. And do you think people now want to get a little fancy and get a little color now because we've had a long pause of staying more in home and not in the office? Yeah. Yeah, definitely. I think colors are so fun to explore. And I think once you really, of course, in the beginning of our collections, it was really just brown and black. And as we've started to explore colors, it's so fun and so refreshing. And I think also for the wearer as well to be mixing these different colors and their wardrobe is something very refreshing. My thanks to Ivan cavallo for that report. And that's all for this week, if you're eager for more design stories, then listen to our full length program airing on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. London time. Today's episode was produced by Charlie film court and myself mainly Evans. Thank you for listening and goodbye..
AP News Radio
Federal judge tells lawyers to pay in US election fraud case
"A federal judge has ordered two lawyers who filed a class action lawsuit over the twenty twenty election defeat of Donald Trump to pay the attorney's fees for the defendants the lawsuit now dismissed allege the twenty twenty presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump and that elections officials in four states Facebook and dominion voting systems were responsible a federal magistrate ruled in August attorneys Gerry D. fielder and Ernest J. Walker should pay penalties to the defendants and is now ordering they pay another one hundred eighty thousand dollars in attorney's fees U.
AP News Radio
Big Ben, Steelers survive Halloween scare, beat Browns 15-10
"The Steelers pulled out a fifteen ten win at Cleveland despite playing the entire second half without kicker Chris Boswell because of a concussion suffered on a fake field goal Pat fryer move made a nifty catch in the corner of the end zone to put the Steelers ahead fifteen ten with eleven oh four left Ben Roethlisberger had one hundred ninety three of his two hundred sixty six passing yards in the second half and improved to twenty for three in one and start to get survival Browns don't ever ever take a win against these guys in the city stadium for granted ever because it's just it's always hard for some specialty Ernest Johnson scored on a ten yard run in the third quarter the only TD allowed by the five and three Steelers Baker Mayfield was twenty of thirty one for two hundred twenty five yards and no interceptions for the foreign for Browns I'm Dave Ferrie
AP News Radio
Keenum, 3rd-string back Johnson lead Browns past Broncos
"Third string running back D'Ernest Johnson rushed for one hundred forty six yards in guiding the Browns offense in the seventeen fourteen victory over the Broncos Johnson scored on a four yard run in the first half and picked up fifty two yards on seven carries as the Browns chewed up the final five seventeen it's always dream come true just to be here and just to be able to pay no estar N. just come out and help the team win case Keenum threw for a TD and was twenty one of thirty three for one hundred ninety nine yards in his first start in two years Denver quarterback teddy Bridgewater threw for a pair of TV's and gutted it out while playing with foot and quadriceps injuries the Broncos finished the game without linebacker von Miller because of a sprained ankle I'm Dave Ferrie
"ernest" Discussed on 99 problems
"Problems. Business based pickup. Practice to meet a shoot for me. 99 problems the Cheney was mini Sari or Shoal. It was a conscious. But to the cache was nice. Batching for being in program to beat an split study very day, solar zapla cartel, because C hot cover a practitioner both to the below. Accelerator was south central ventures, philanthropist and scrap of startup blues programmer. Nikki anger was a personality to the podcast to 99 problems. More than I actually got this question for the ethnic in industrial Ernest Zion director deja and Kira's villa in Punjab. It was a digital transformation. So as many ability. But to the other side of a scrub was drunk as the informatica in telecom because the carnage Austria schwitzer in Russia was the giant. In opportunity. I was super precise. In take on the national gap. A formula of spatial investigator input to the opposition and a paste keep reggio on our channel. So I'm just going to cook with the cello in the sky. This is far from the Chile pistachio angle. This navy could have some angle. It should not be seen. She can make a hoodie check cassette push that cards the beach. The two stimulus market has literally start to put out a simple virtue to Java or is literally aspect to the instrument. This is such a short mobile chipping mobile print last move. So what they talk, about the choice of implementing strategies, customer Dao character puzzle, the model, the unscripted function, nicotine is a rather new Nevada nicotine. In a custom view that is the nicotine function. That was actually two to the original startup acuity. Some people pass. Pretty savvy function. In the general cut side, but I can move the top. I'm talking much on my blog post. For example, opponent needs to put good stocks in the country. This is the mobile. You're snappy. And I say the concert is a full connection, cystic positive navigation, a lot, not go to Vietnam, but very pretty..
AP News Radio
Catholic bishops urge Missouri leaders to end executions
"Catholic bishops urge Missouri leaders to index occasions leaders of the four Roman Catholic diocese in Missouri are urging state leaders to in the use of the death penalty after a convicted killer of three was executed despite a request for clemency from the pope Ernest Johnson's execution was the first Missouri execution in sixteen months and the seventh and the U. S. this year Johnson's lawyer said in a clemency petition and in court filings that repeated I. Q. testing showed Johnson was intellectually disabled Catholic leaders made a similar request to in Missouri executions in twenty thirteen I Walter Ratliff
AP News Radio
Missouri man executed for killing 3 workers in '94 robbery
"A Missouri man has been put to death over the objections of racial justice activists lawmakers and even the pope Ernest Johnson died from lethal injection for killing three workers while robbing a convenience store in nineteen ninety four the state executed Johnson despite claims by his attorney that doing so would violate the eighth amendment which prohibits executing intellectually disabled people Johnson had a history of scoring extremely low on IQ tests racial justice activists to Missouri members of Congress democratic representatives Corey boy Chandan manual cleaver and a representative for pope Francis also urged Republican governor Mike parson to grant clemency to Johnson who is black what parts in an ounce to Monday he would not intervene I'm Mike help in
Press Rewind: A Prince Lyrics Podcast
Adore: Press Rewind Prince Lyrics Podcast - burst 01
"And this is this song is doing a lot, right? It's carrying a lot. It's doing a lot musically, you know, it's this hard core soul song in the vein of the stylistics. Which, you know, we know that he was a fan of. With these heavy gospel nodes with these organs and his vocal stacking for this distinct choir effect, which he would do, write regularly, that's not an unheard of thing for prints to do, stack this vocals. But he would characterize them, right? Each voice would kind of get a character or a color or an inflection, a personality, basically. And that really comes through in this song. You can hear those distinct voices and their distinct personalities. They kind of fly in and out of the lead, and that kind of thing. And it's not just like changes in register, right? It's like changes in color and inflection and that kind of thing. And so there are like 7 or 8 princes on this song alone. And it's like, you know, the screamer, the pleader, the preacher, the pimp, the Ernest prince, the female prince, they all kind of rotate out the first
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
AJ Discusses Some of His Top Movie Closing Lines
"That line got me thinking about some of the best lines that closed out movies. There's so many of them. But I just thought I'd have some fun and throw in some down. And I think we can all agree Humphrey Bogart saying, Lewis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. I think we can agree that's one of them for sure. One of my personal favorites is a very eerie, scary, sad one, Gloria Swanson, playing the ex silent film star Norma Desmond, and boy, it's such a great view of some old time Hollywood actresses and what they feel about their lives and careers and their beauty. One of the greatest films ever made, but she starts to walk close to the camera and she's talking to the great director Cecil B. DeMille who she apparently worked with when she was in her youth, but she wasn't working anymore. And she's walking toward the camera and she's saying, this is my life. It always will be. There's nothing else just us and the cameras and those wonderful people out there in the dark. All right, mister DeMille, I'm ready for my close up. And by the time she delivers that last line, she's in your face. You see that in a movie theater and that image doesn't leave for a long time. And then we take the 1995, the movie 7. Morgan Freeman, he's got some great lines and Morgan Freeman got some lines. And that movie was intense, and Morgan Freeman is basically summarizing the previous two hours of grief and grimness of David Fincher's movie when he says Ernest Hemingway once wrote the world is a fine place and worth fighting for. I agree with the second part. Oof. What magic with words? I mean, why even invoke the Ernest Hemingway part if all you really want to say is. You know, the world's worth of fighting for it. It's just a very strange way to go about something, but I find it fascinating. And of course, you can't count out it's cheesy, you know, but how can you count out Hannibal lecter? I do wish we could chat longer, but I'm having an old friend for dinner. Silence of the Lambs
'Blue's Clues' Host Steve Burns Has a Message for Millennial Fans
"Cry very often Once a day that's usually but yesterday. I was forced to cry. From steve from blue's clues which is not something. I what happened in the year. Twenty twenty one but it very much did. He is the twenty fifth anniversary of blue's clues so they brought the original steve back to just kind of like do this little video on the nick junior like twitter where he just like in a very like ernest and like loving way spoke directly to camera aka to all millennials and was just like. Hey how you doing bud and it just please please listen to it. It's so good i mean. We started out with clues and now it's what student loans and jobs in families in some of it has been kind of hard. You know. I know you know. And i wanted to tell you that i i really couldn't have done all of that without your help. Why do i have chills again. I'm going to cry. That was so wholesome it is. He's basically just like you're doing great bud. We're all in this together. I'm proud of you. You know what i was just like. I need to hear that. I needed to hear that. I know no no affirmations in my life have felt as good as that. One from steve right. How do i recorded and make that my ringtone. Yes oh i'm going to thank you
Against The Odds
Ernest Shackleton: Surviving Antarctica
"It's midnight on may fifth nineteen sixteen. Ernest shackleton squats at the helm of james cared trying to balance himself on the rocking boat. They've been at sea for eleven days. He knew the eight hundred mile. Crossing to south georgia. Island would be dangerous. But he's never seen anything as fierce as the drake passage. The winds have been coming at them at one hundred miles an hour. The waves are almost twenty feet tall each swell grabs the boat lifting at higher and higher for the boiling surf into the air. One moment they're surrounded by hills of water the next there on top of the world overlooking an endless seascape of dark grey rollers and white horses. And then they're hurtling back down. Below water crashes over the sides and sends a small crew into a frenzy to bail before the next one hits one way was so violent it ripped the boats anchor. Clear away shackleton marches wars lee struggling with the rudder trying to control the boat through the gusts and the snowfall is only. Compasses dead. Reckoning and the occasional glimpse of a star they both know if they boat off. Course they could miss south georgia entirely. And never be heard of again skipper. Altaic take the rudder. You get some sleep ex-boss maybe i'll lay down for an hour. Shackleton is left alone at the front of the boat. He watches the angry black clouds. Churn across the horizon and suddenly sees a silver light in the sky. Weather's clearing boys. And then he. Here's the familiar hiss. It's not a break in the clouds. It's the foaming crest of a wave. The biggest wave. He's seen in his life and it's heading straightforward.
Boring Books for Bedtime
"ernest" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"Tonight. Let's return to the book of the ocean by ernest ingersoll author of knockin round the rockies. The oyster industries of the united states friends worth knowing wild neighbors the crest of the continent etcetera published in eighteen. Ninety eight by the century company new york. Let's pick up where we left off in the middle of chapter two waves tides and.
Against The Odds
Endurance: Surviving Antarctica
"January night. Nineteen o nine. Ernest shackleton groans as he trudges through the hard packed snow now. A bitter headwind cuts through his jacket freezing his breath among his hands. The temperature is minus nineteen degrees pulled by any standards but with the wind chill. It's closer to minus fifty shackleton's feet and ears are covered with blisters and the black char frostbite. He's weakened by hunger and head splitting altitude sickness. He and his crew have trekked over seven hundred miles south across the vast expanse of antarctic snow their goal is to reach beyond engine the known world and be the first humans to ever reach the south pole. An expedition the public had been calling the nimrod after the name of his ship. Their journey has taken almost two and half months still before them an endless white plateau of snow and ice. The poll is out there somewhere. Shackleton has been on this continent once before six years ago. It was his first antarctic expedition under the leadership of captain robert. Scott scott was brooding and temperamental. he ruled by bullying. An absolute authority. Shackleton was the opposite. he was optimistic. Open and warm as conditions grew more difficult on that eight month journey tension was deck when frost by and low rash slowed them to a crawl. Scott yelled keep going you bloody fools but they turn back from the poll. Nearly five hundred miles out by the time shackleton got back to the ship. He was coughing up blood now. He has another shot this time. His leading a four man through and he isn't going to make scott's mistakes. The last month has been slow going. He looks at his men's haggard faces for weeks now. They've had little to eat
Making Gay History
Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis
"My first time at circus. April thirtieth nineteen eighty three madison square garden. I'm twenty four years old. And i am not a date berry is not my date yet. We haven't fallen in love yet. But we are at the circus together. We're the very first big aids fundraiser. In new york a few early supporters of the gay men's health crisis got together and bought out a performance of the barnum and bailey circus. The greatest show on earth wasn't prepared to officially host an event for his cause. But gmc got around that by reselling the seventeen thousand six hundred seats to raise money and tackle the growing crisis ernest. See of gay men when the ringmaster introduces broadway star patti. Lupone lose it. After meeting speech from patty leonard bernstein walks across the floor of the arena to conduct the orchestra of the star spangled banner mezzo-soprano shirley varez voice feels. The garden joined by thousands of voices in the audience. Patriotism clowns and aids seems improbable now but felt so right in the moment.
Ken Burns on America, Selling His First Film and More
"This Independence day, we turned to a man who tells the story of America in her glory and struggle for unity. Ken Burns. Documentaries range from the Civil War to baseball, country music, and this year's Ernest Hemingway. As we first told you last fall, Burns calls himself an emotional archaeologist. He excavates lost love letters, forgotten photos and overlooked heroes. Research so deep viewers can feel like strangers discovering America For the first time, his films ask what it means to be American. So we asked What does it mean to be Ken Burns? Have had the privilege of spending my entire life making films about the U. S. Capital U Capital s, But I've also had the privilege of making films about us. The two letter lower case plural pronoun that has a kind of intimacy and warmth to it in the country Music film Merle Haggard says. Country music is about those things we believe in but can't see like dreams and songs and souls. It's telling us that there is in front of us are kind of Rational world in which one in one always equals two, but that the thing that compels us forward as human beings is that we look for one and one Equalling three. We find that in our faith, we find that in our art we find that in our love of each other, and I think one of the things I discovered working on country music is that When I understood this dynamic between the US and us lowercase uppercase that I realized there's only us know them. The choice was easy because us the Americans struggle to forge union from diversity has been Ken Burns obsession since he was 11 years old at the end of this lane in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The MF'N Podcast
"ernest" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast
"Others legged the special feature episodes featuring ernest man in the weekend. Vote here on piping. That's the mfn pa dot dot com and also check us out online tree all our social media's including we can vote on linked tree that's ktar dot e force. Last the mother fucking pie so mesa day tell you take out ernest manningham. Saying you're taking out. We kinfolk may say go here in download the that up on iowa's in google play and also on the web you can also check him out. We can dot com so macy's check him out. They got band. No doubt man. On behalf of mr ernest manning. I'm guy abandoned and also on behalf of mr motherfucking. His.
The MF'N Podcast
"ernest" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast
"I definitely loved big job. We talked about that. Yeah but Moving on As as easy to dj was moving along easy dj tito jones. You know the fucking crew May take out. It makes much sunday going on an instagram page at mfn. Underscore ej unemployed. The debate eight five at ocean observer. Thirty one guys out. You know what i'm saying but but also make sure that that y'all specifically go to all of our major platforms. Y'all download this episode right. Cheer crewmen will talk with mr ernest manning. The man the myth legend of we can foc- we're talking about this lustrous apt as groundbreaking app just for what they can apt as trobe lays out now ernest having a key cities up means a lot Communication between everybody. I know i know subtitles working all day long. You had 'em days where you ready to cut everybody l. off you'll drink in kutch phone all man. How prien ban. How is man. You hear one within. May when i tell you it's known style Is knows stop in not so much. A lot of the the Us retrievable i get a lot of business coming. Emmy people wanting to you know work. Would we give what which is great. I mean but it's overwhelming to the point where you know because i'm having just a couple of people but for the most part you know i got i got to ease up towards the right. Ask the got a lock on you. Know what i mean so no nothing go down. So in other words everything Actually my own worst enemy right now and With that being said on august communist you've got people receiving but they started to me. I gotta figure that out. You know what. I mean right. Now it is. It is is is is a lack on internal black like i said i got business people communist me left or right some reputable in some of not so rebel. You know what. I mean so some people coming at me trying to you. Get something new is coming out everybody but you know They gotta gotta understand too like i got. I got a lot of people trying to best right now in Sam are talker considerable others. You know they're not really doing a research since you wanna buy a weekend or how much for two hundred bucks okay yeah. I don't think i can do that right. I j.
The MF'N Podcast
"ernest" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast
"That was a real big reason. Rose that i wanted was also wounded. Something to where i can do it. I can't tell me no best best best the bottom line. So yeah you know you you say that. She was in the military too. So for how long twenty years. I retired early. Twenty twenty eleven salute to you man. Thank you for your service. myself. I'm transitioning myself out of the military out of the air force raise notice was basically. I'm sure you've been eight times but Yeah man i understand. I understand the feeling. I was in that same boat. I felt like i needed to branch for my brain was was not being used the right way. I felt like i felt i was in utilizing my purpose right. No say i feel like i was kinda trapping some in some ways if you think about it but yeah i can see the peace. The peace the peace of mind starting your own. It's like almost like a baby. You know saying gotta nurture it. You know what. I'm saying you nursing it from the infancy stage and now starting to grow up to what it is right now. So yeah I understand you completely. We we started this. Podcast is platform. it was the same way we want to branch off and be able to be on bosses of own brand so i understand that. Yes smarter broke. You know what i'm saying. You smart enough to do this. Aiding y'all created in yard got y'all got your lane man this like y'all yacht good at it. You know what i mean. It makes a big difference. Man that's my say like like. You said transitional bro and realizing you'll true purpose van out. That's what i love about it more than his things that i was never happy Our making all his money but just was not happy at all. It was like why am i not happy. Not as money these paycheck. But it ain't about money now you're as as you get older realized money on car on. That's why we're still come to reach man if you wanna get on advertisements. Ain't trying to try to get pockets. Just showed be that you support me. Ask what times over money will come. You don't worry about the money you just worry about doing what you love. The money will is why i'm concentrating. He'll be wild man. Because i like you. it's been my whole life. I've put in temperature get one hundred dollars. So i don't i never worry about it gotta It's been it's been great rush so i can't even move. They saw what was going to challenge. Is being able to launch your own app. you know.
The MF'N Podcast
"ernest" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast
"Making you know beating man aka missed the headquarters. What's up big was happening. Undeclared your bra. We got another special feature interview. We going back to back to back to back and we got a major right here. This ain't no just listen to all our guests that we didn't have trust me. We didn't have that he we didn't. We didn't have imprest black bomani ex. We have beaumont x. Ray we did had product beats orissa. Weedon had rust beer grooming. We had chew five customized designs. So yeah off the bachar l. brooks. But now we got a whole pouts. You earn his have any app. We got an app. That link black people together via the social media mother fucking highway. That's right that's right out. Shot give it up for my man and from the weekend folk at what it duping homemade risk you've got the handed hit board of man. We can't be here. Which already telling you win allowed to be outside you herbie mann. The list relies game. You know saying hey. They don't know about that man. We can't vote is back in the building as you all know. We had him back Episode twenty four for the month business episode. So if you had to bring you back we wanted to have you back on his juneteenth celebration Episode so people want to want to give you a chance to give you a full link episode. get your business out. There is pivotal especially on a day like this. You know especially on the daylight this. We got to be able to support businesses. Like this is no saying. I've been on there that app itself available. Ios and google play macy. I'll go check it out. Bre is growing right now. The black facebook has called. You know what. I'm saying. I'm gonna say it's better than that. You know what i'm saying. Man man we can't folk is growing. So may i'll go check it out. Ernest manning yes his man. We talking to earn his men right here on a month by my brother. How's it been. How's everything going has been what a couple of months nonstopping role and strong It's been what about eight nine months now. Six seven eight months brown started back in november. so you know we just get started man. I feel like we just taken off. You know the app is doing great man. Get a lot of course we need a lot more support out get out numbers of but we definitely will good man people coming out of people coming out man and just you know showing man is all positively. There's one thing. I gotta get a braschi guy out man every company i just. This man is like family reunion. You know what i'm saying. L. man everybody engaging Showing love man just put not good as cards arm manifestation. Good conscious information bro. So that's what it is managed. You're good you know that's that's it. We're just waiting on to that one day whereas blow up. You know what i'm saying at everybody. Everybody's song so we have a good time dental also absolutely man So if you saying to the people that just that doesn't know what we can't focus group good way to describe what ki- what is we can foc- exactly i great. I tell you what it is at the black facebook number one. You don't see..
"ernest" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note ernest renan was born in eighteen. Twenty three at tregear in brittany. He was educated for the priesthood but never took orders. Turning at first to teaching he continued his studies in religion and philology and traveling in syria on a government commission. He returned to paris and became professor of hebrew in the college of france from which he was suspended for a time on account of protests against his heretical teachings he died in eighteen. Ninety to renounce activity divides itself into two parts. The first culminated in his two great works on the origins of christianity and on the history of israel as to the scientific value of these books there is difference of opinion as was to be expected in a treatment of such subject to the exclusion of the miraculous but the delicacy and vividness of his portraits of the great personalities of hebrew history and the acuteness of his analysis of national psychology are not to be denied the other part of his work is more miscellaneous but most of it is in some sense. Philosophical autobiographical believing profoundly and scientific method renowned was unable to find in science a basis for either ethics metaphysics and ended in a skepticism. Often ironical get not tinged with mysticism. He was an amazing writer says m. fagin and disconcerted criticism by the impossibility of explaining his methods of procedure he was luminous supple naturally pliant yielding beneath his apparently effeminate grace and extraordinary strength of character would suddenly make itself felt he had more than any nineteenth century writer the quality of charm he exercised a caressing influence which enveloped and finally conquered. The reader in kind of writing was renounced command of style more notable than in the description of scenery in his pictures of his native brittany in the essays on the poetry of the celtic races as well as in his analysis of national qualities. Two of his most characteristic powers are admirably displayed..
Everything Everywhere Daily
The USS William D. Porter Was the Unluckiest Ship in WWII
"The troubles of the uss william d porter began immediately as they were leaving port in norfolk virginia. The first problem was when they left port they raised their anchor improperly and they damaged one of the ships it was dock next to they tore off one of the railings a lifeboat mount from one of the ships. No one was hurt but it was a very inauspicious. Start to their journey. The next day things didn't go much better. They accidentally dropped a depth charge into the water which exploded the reason. Why so many ships in the fleet was to defend themselves against german u boats as no one knew the depth chart was being released. Everyone in the fleet assume that it was a torpedo attack which caused everyone to take evasive maneuvers. The porter had to sheepishly. Notify the rest of the fleet that they had accidentally caused the explosion and that they weren't under attack after the accidental depth-charge. The willie was hit by a rogue wave which washed one of the crew members overboard and he was never seen again. The next day it got even worse. President roosevelt wanted to see anti-aircraft drill to see how the ships would defend themselves against an they also went through a torpedo drill to simulate how they would launch a torpedo. Normally when you drill like this you remove the primer from the torpedo which is what makes it a shoot out of the torpedo tube. however the torpedo man aboard the porter forgot to take the primer out of one of the tubes when they simulated launching a torpedo they actually launched a torpedo and the torpedo is heading towards the uss iowa which had on board the president of the united states. i should add. It wasn't just the president of the united states aboard the iowa. Roosevelt had brought with him. The secretary of state cordell hull chief-of-staff admiral william delay chief of staff of the army. George marshall chief of naval operations ernest king commanding general of the. Us army's henry. Hap arnold secretary of commerce harry hopkins and a bunch of other high ranking officials. If the iowa were to be sunk it would've taken out almost all of the american senior military leadership during the war.
The MF'N Podcast
"ernest" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast
"Five. Aj the mother fucking dj sir. What to do walk man. I can't call it. What are big doll. Hey now passing it alone to my dog from cruising down the street keep real slow with any yellen mama railroad give it up for the chateau aims own tito tunnel which name is tito santana together me the third year a now passing it alone to my dog also from the four representing the west bank now residing in somewhere and parts unknown on the west bank only three people know in i think two of them have trump legs give it up for the bras car bomb mcleod man you know mr headquarters what it up big bombardier as true shame so on room. Let's go listen. Listen listen be proud. Shit be proud anyway. You ain't talking echoes. I did nothing. Yup not gentlemen did nothing. I can no more shit use or this thing to to the next level. The isa's nine. This is about iraq. not with. I did not this. We're not using this being out at all. This is going to be a part of the episode. Meaning doing that. Okay not doing that. No surrey. bah grow about me doing that. The by the way you know you already know what it is the mall fucking pot. Make sure you take us out on our websites spelled league tree k. t. r. dot e force last the mother fucking pot and also make. You took us out on poppy. That's probably the motherfucking pyre dot poppy dot com and make sure you rate rate this motherfucker t with a team. Great this podcast. This podcast dot com has the motherfucking pie. At to be cleared keeping it clear mishaps in the past ladies and gentlemen. Listen listen cancer. Kalsa is real thing so we want to be so we. Enunciate now coming from the west. Bank is hard to do that. You know what. I'm saying so front of south that is raped or a t. That's awesome mr. We represent us to spots. Wants another by who say man if you bid as coming in and y'all need some prada listen you don't wanna be dried like headquarters face. You want to be nice and smooth so what you wanna do. Is you want to hit up my home. Awesomely at ross bay grooming dot com for your product man. We have everything he has oils. Here's bear bombs. His bid washes. He also has let bombs for those all crusty as dry bag. Was blunt. smoke lips. You know what i'm saying. We gotta make sure everybody's stuff titan nowadays so make sure you've got to be if iraq ahead hand you face of any time we could goatee. Mustache could be a soul patch. Hey could be a full on. Some flavor saver got flavor sable hail. Make sure you save leave in. You may save that facial hair by using rugby grooming official sponsor of the podcast episode twenty four and also headquarters. We're gonna talk about who are next right so also. We are also sponsored by coach at crew coming soon the summertime. You know what. I'm saying going to make sure they have a nice collection of watches watch accessories so stay tuned to more details by technology and social media accounts at coach crew. So make sure you're check out on this coming bitchy episode. Twenty four of the foregin podcast. Right we Easy to dj in the house. We got tito jones in house so we got headquarters in the house digging. I have been in the house fellas. Y'all ready for tonight. How was your day to day man. Let's let let's get it going. Easy was popping man how you feeling today. Bank no complaints. I ain't got no complaints. God is good all the time all the time. God is good man. i ain't trying to jolt. He said don't you. All i said was just a normal freeze cheers. People saying this board. What the hell going to or more gathering. He is in the midst unanimous. True so latest for you some idea to come on. And he caught the spirit for the higgins. Education came you notice. There helped education. Really come out in the kitchen and day was very productive. Could see that was. I enjoyed talking about. What about you guys acor despite a dog biscuit and then i'll get throwing up every god. Damn dave is also like kobe mass day. They're just a just spent money. This is a regular day. Well let's just say this. How about this so you broke even today now. Deliver better than broke even. But ain't about that just a regular day just like you know. He's just had a day which is nothing too high to low just a normal simple fucking day. It was a great day. How can even you know the cap it off is the cap offers kickable my dogs tonight episodes twenty four here on a mother fucking podcast. You got some shit talk about tonight we do. Hey man so if everybody knows what was being said lately in the media about a very famous new orleanians a very famous very famous. Business tycoon. Masterpiece hey masterpiece in your eyes. Would you consider him a mobile when it comes to the industry of hip hop entertainment but also a business.
"ernest" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"It is equally improbable that the elevator forces should have uplifted throughout the above vast areas innumerable great rocky banks within twenty to thirty fathoms or one hundred twenty two one hundred eighty feet of the surface of the sea and not one single point above that level for wherein the whole surface of the globe. Can we find a single chain of mountains. Even a few hundred miles in length with their many summits rising within a few feet of a given level and not one pinnacle above it. If then the foundations whence the atoll building coral springs were not formed of sediment and if they were not lifted up to the required level they must of necessity have subsided into it and this at once solves the difficulty. Encircling barrier reefs are of all sizes from three miles to no less than forty four miles in diameter and that which fronts one side and encircles. Both ends of new caledonia is four hundred miles long. Each reef includes one two or several rocky islands of various heights and in one instance even as many as twelve separate islands the reef runs at a greater or less distance from the included land in the society archipelago generally from one to three or four miles. But at haga you. The reef is twenty miles on the southern side and fourteen miles on the opposite or northern side from the included islands. The depth within the lagoon channel also varies much from ten. To thirty fathoms may be taken as an average but at venacuro there are spaces. No less than fifty six fathoms or three hundred sixty three feet deep internally. The reef either slopes gently into the lagoon channel or ends in a perpendicular walls. Sometimes between two and three hundred feet underwater in height externally the reef rises like an atoll with extreme abruptness out of the profound depths of the ocean what can be more singular than these structures. We see an island which may be compared to a castle situated on the summit of a lofty submarine mountain protected by the great wall of coral rock always steep externally in sometimes internally with a broad level summit here in their breached by a narrow gateway through which the largest ships can enter the wide and deep encircling moat as far as the actual reef of coral is concerned. There is not the smallest difference in general size outlined grouping and even in quite trifling details of structure between a barrier in an atoll the geographer bow has well remarked that an encircled island is an atoll with highland rising out of its lagoon removed. The land from within and a perfect atoll is left. But what has caused these reefs to spring up at such great distances from the shores of the included islands. It cannot be that the corals will not grow close to the land for the shores within the lagoon channel when not surrounded by alluvial soil are often fringed by living reefs and we shall presently see that there is a whole class which i have called fringing reefs from their close attachment to the shores both continents in of islands again on what have the reef building corals which cannot live at great depths base there encircling structures this is a great apparent difficulty analogous to that in the case of atolls which has generally been overlooked it will be perceived more clearly by inspecting the above sections which are real ones taken in north and south lines through the islands with their barrier reefs..
"ernest" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note ernest renan was born in eighteen. Twenty three at tregear in brittany. He was educated for the priesthood but never took orders. Turning at first to teaching he continued his studies in religion and philology and after traveling in syria on a government commission. He returned to paris and became professor of hebrew in the college de france from which he was suspended for a time on account of protests against his heretical teachings he died in eighteen. Ninety two ren's activity divides itself into two parts. The first culminated in his two great works on the origins of christianity and on the history of israel as to the scientific value of these books there is difference of opinion as was to be expected in a treatment of such subjects to the exclusion of the miraculous but the and vividness of his portraits of the great personalities of hebrew history and the acuteness of his analysis of national psychology are not to be denied. The other part of his work is more miscellaneous some sense philosophical or autobiographical profoundly in scientific method renonwed unable to find in science a basis for either ethics or metaphysics and ended in a skepticism. Often ironical yet not tinged with mysticism he was an amazing writer says m. fagin and disconcerted criticism by the impossibility of explaining his methods of procedure. He was luminous supple naturally pliant and yielding beneath his apparently effeminate grace and extraordinary strength of character would suddenly make itself felt he had more than any nineteenth century writer. The quality of charm. He exercised a caressing influence. Which enveloped and finally conquered. The reader in. No kind of writing was renounce command of style more notable than in the description of.