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How Eminem Helped Save Detroit
"The year is two thousand eleven. The event super bowl forty-five the pittsburgh steelers versus the green bay packers. Aaron rodgers was mvp. Christina aguilera sang the national anthem. The black eyed peas performed the halftime show in truly fergus. Fashion it was peak. Two thousand ten's in every way but the biggest moment of the event was an epic two minute commercial titled born of fire better known by its catchphrase imported from detroit as marshall eminem. Mathers drives a chrysler. Two hundred through darkly lit detroit streets and an instrumental version of his song. Lose yourself plays in the background. A gritty male voice growls. What does a town. That's been to hell and back know about the finer things in life will. I'll tell you more than most you see. It's the hottest fires that make the hardest steel and hard work and conviction and the know how that runs generations deep in every last one of us that we. That's our story now. It's probably not the one you've been reading in the papers. The one being written by folks who've never even pin here don't know what we're capable of marshall. Eminem mathers parks chrysler outside. Detroit's fox theater inside a black choir. Ads their voices to the music from the stage as marshall walks down the isle onstage. The rapper turns the cameron. Says this is the motor city and this is what we do. The what we do was clear. Detroit has always been the center of american car manufacturing. But how did the city get to the point of needing a super bowl ad to sell itself. What was the helen. Back referenced in the ad and what was the story written in the papers. It was false then. Was there a true version. Ready to be uncovered
"fergus." Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
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"fergus." Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"So that was the sound wilco by fergus. Hume let me tell you a little bit about fergus. So the first thing to say is he's proper name was ferguson and that was after his mother's maiden name. she was merry ferguson. So he got the first name ferguson. This wasn't uncommon in period to use the mother's maiden name as a christine name for one or more the children but he preferred fergus. And fergus was born in worcestershire. in england. though he's father was glaswegian doctor and we presume at this time an eighty. It's every asylum had its doctor and his father was the the doctor the steward of a county corporate lunatic asylum. I did my thesis and my master's in mental health on the development of the system from the polos. So the were the were they. Salim's were originally the houses as well and then they developed the idea that people who are mentally ill needed treatment rather than just kind of being locked up developed during this period anyway. He emigrated age. Three with these data mum to dunedin in the south island of new zealand. And he's dot setup the ashbourne hall. The name of the lunatic asylum in dunedin went to school. The tako School for boys. And then the university of tag otago's the the area around dunedin that and he tried to become a barrister and was admitted to the bar and then jumped ship when to melbourne in area and became a barrister clock in melbourne however had literally missions and he wrote place but nobody would look at them that failing and nobody had anything to do with him. In fact then somebody stole one of his plays and put it on to their name and that was his bid of publicity saying that you know look with plays. He studied whatever the market at the time. Probably had a kayla. Ticks report feud debuted if you have a self published books you know what that is if you don't you don't but it's a market report of what's what's selling the idea. Is you look at what kind of book cell. And you're right that kind of book so there was a mystery at the time so he thought he'd write a mystery and he wrote. This story called the mystery of the handsome camp. I'm set in melbourne in the poorer areas of melbourne based on this bestseller and it was nobody would push it so he published himself a paid for five thousand copies and sold out within three weeks on the on the crest of his success. He sold the rights to the book. And then it went on to be one of the most popular mystery novels in the lake victoria in late nineteenth century. But he didn't make any money and it was said that a study in scarlet by conan doyle was inspired by that book and so shallow. Combs was born ounce of old fergus. Hume's work and fergus hume. Then after he wrote more books became successful. Went to england. Ended up living in essex. Now we never married and he lived as a lodger with different people so we don't know even if he was gay and because of the game in couldn't actually come out and they were just live with friends but it doesn't look like that because he lived with the man and his wife for a long time in essex little place in essex and he was deeply religious although we hope not like mrs jars l. of this story and he went round in his later life lecturing to To help reform young men and talk different societies and then died left. Only a modest amount of money in these marked is an unmarked grave in sunday in essex. So an interesting character and we see we wonder we wonder what our lives will would look like say if somebody had just done the research me and would would say you know ball at such and such a place did this. Did this this an an little snap. Shell has our life anyway hume he. He died in nineteen thirty two so he wasn't So he was old was out six thousand eight hundred sixty five to nineteen thirty to come on everybody. Fifty five forty five seventy seven. Oh that's not bad. You know especially in those days so there was sounds interesting character anyway and going to this story the sound walk. Well the sun one hundred thirty novels and this is a collection of short stories. And just as you wrote mysteries you can tell. He's a mystery writer actually from the form of this book. I think this this story the collection it's from the dancer in red and is almost a classic ghost story in some ways with with the with the impress of a mystery story. So i'll tell you what i mean by that. So first of all the function of ghost stories is very often. Revenge wrongs will be punished. Bible in its in greek myth as well the the debt and then hamlet the the dad want revenge so that is its first theme that this man amber is dead and he comes back and first of all humans believe that maybe our our narrator may be at risk but it turns out these not in a sense that means the stakes so high. So it's kind of lessons attention a bit for for us as the audience that we telling him you know here. He is written hundred and thirty novels by. I would tell them that you make the stakes higher. But that's only revealed a bit later on and the twist as nice twist is that it turns out we we kind of come to the conclusion that probably misses jaws has killed the guy. Mr ombu lured him to his death in. Quicksand reminds me of old taza movies now. You've probably aren't old enough but you may be enough to remember the black and white tuazon. That used to come up. We used to watch you on the saturday morning. And they were always falling in quicksands live just on the coast and we have some pretty dodgy sons there and so this resonated actually what resonated with me. There's that story here. The tide goes a long way. We're in the west coast there on the east coast but the tide goes out and lots of sandbox and the channels of water run between the sandbox. And of course they can feel in behind you because of the way channels so you can be on a bank and you can turn around and you have to wait. And this has happened to me when i was younger You have to wait chest high through the water at one particular time. It was misty and i got disorientation and i didn't know which way was which and i was actually going out to sea running across the sound but heading towards a sea and then a right to myself and that was pretty scary so that actually was a little frisson for me. Authorities thought he's description of the ghost. The creature of the mist was really good. Actually the way he described it really appropriate. Here is a slow down. When i was doing them because i thought that was good so what i wanted to say. The twist was of course. Mrs. jostle is old old school old testament. Greg grandmother and the soon as punishment is not much love in it. It's about punishment insane and And so she and she says vengeance is mine saith the lord supposed to leave vengeance to the law but of course she takes it in their own hands and kill them on but she kind of can feel okay about that because it's still vengeance after all in sin is still punish so.
"fergus." Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"Isn't that the sun deluca make no indefinite to explain this experience. Explanation of it is impossible. I can conceive no theory upon which to base. Even the most slender attempt it baffles me. It has always baffled me and it will continue to baffle me yet. The impressive thing loses nothing of its vividness with time. It's clear before me now. As it was within a few hours of its event. I believe i had a ghost knocking. I am certain. I saw a ghost moving indigestion fancy in awe and distorted brain. You will say no doubt. I wish i could think it was. But it wasn't the sequel to that glimpse of the dead was to terrible the caused to pertinent to the effect to permit for one moment of any attribution to disorder mental. Or eliminatory know what i saw was actual self existent. I will set down the facts for you as they occurred in utilize. Explain them away if you can then if you remain unconvinced go to gotham by the german ocean and hey what the folks that have to say. They are a stodgy. People incapable oughta leave the most insignificant. Hyperbole they will tell you this tale plainly as i tell it to you they believe as i believe. It was in the summer of ninety six. I was travelling in woolens for the great huddersfield firm of carbon crank furnished with a gig in the fast trotting mare. It was my duty to exploit the more scattered parts of the country where the railroad was still unknown and civilization as we use the. Tem tarita while gotham is the name given to a certain wide low lying plain shut in from the north sea by mile upon mile of sandhills. They heaped up like humpbacks along the coast. It was a a kind of causeway running straight through many miles of grain that i drove that hot july. I'd never been in these parts. And i rejoiced. It's such ample evidence of fertility. It argued prosperity for those around. Hence good business for myself on my employees. I made up my mind to remain there for at least a month. I left in less than half that time. As if the plane itself were not sufficiently damp and low lying. The village of them had been built in a kind of central depression immediately beside the river in other respects it difficult slightly from the ordinary english village save that there was no close by the tower of the ruble built church. There was a pot house. Licensed for the sale of liquor to be drunk on the premises. But i failed to get sleeping room. Either for myself or tilly. My weary man darkness was close upon us and i was walking out with days. Drive the same dental prospect of comfort. Even had i gained admittance to this miserable hovel but that was denied me the landlord the bulky monumental lump of indolence stood in the doorway and two factually blocked all entrance a dozen or so of liz collected to admire tilly and amuse themselves at my expense and realized that there were worse fates not have been cast upon an uninhabited island even in new england of ours the closer the nineteenth century while it was in this plight arguing with the landlord and endeavouring to arrive approximately the sense of his die a being human by contrast to those around made he's appearance from out the crowd and approach my gig. He turned out to be the village. Schoolmaster and those around called him. Most abram are you looking for lodging. He said in a smooth and by comparison strangely civilized voice i am i replied soothing titty who small blame to her in no wise appreciate it to remediate surroundings. I'm dick trussell cdt. Tue covering crank if you've heard of the minister forsaken whole ct repeated. Must abraham interactivity caulking. His i lost the which was as bright as any a commercial traveller. Said i in explanation all bagman if you like it better. Eat don't comprehend queen's english in these parts hardly when so abbreviated but if it really board and lodging you seek you can get that only from mrs johnson at the beach pham. There was a murmur from those at hand as he said the name and i thought a somewhat dubious expression upon the faces of one or two i didn't on the whole field drone towards mrs jazz and afam the looked the schoolmaster inquiring louis until league. Knowing this in vouchsafing may no reply he proceeded straightway to climb into my gig without so much as by your leave neither modesty nor and you hesitancy about muster abraham we will get on to mrs jarvis. Farm said i a touch from the whip until he was offered a good spanking trout in the direction. Must abraham it indicated in a few moments. We were out of the site of a hangers-on and driving through the street into another causeway. Similar to the first in the distance we could see the house lying under the li if the sound hills a dismal soda place it seemed the holy solitary yes Yonder is the beach farms at the schoolmaster. And mrs john sale. He stopped suddenly so turned to look at him. What earth is mutt with dismisses. Jostle nothing nothing. I was merely wondering not so much if she could as whether she would accommodate you. You see mrs jones or had some trouble with a last larger. He was a botanist. He called himself amber samuel amber. Some two years ago it was. He boarded the beach farm then. Suddenly he disappeared disappeared. Good lord what do you mean. Exactly what i say. He walked out of young. The house one night never returned. We will close to the house. Now a loomed up suddenly in the mist which lay thick and heavy over the sound hills. I felt horribly depressed. Apart from the intense gloominess of the surroundings the downton darkness and desolation all of which perhaps more than they do act upon my jaded nerves. I was conscious often indefinite sense of uneasiness this one eyed creature. My elbow made me decidedly uncomfortable. I haven't a robust nervous system at the best of times and he with a sinister innuendos was fast gaining a hold on me. There was a door to you see. He went home before. I could speak. Oh there was a daughter was repeated somewhat relieved it might be after all that he was nothing more than the miss scandalmonger i hoped. So yes sir. Mr ombu may love to at least so it's supposed at all events. She disappeared too at the same. Time is a mom. Lottie was a name continued. Must've to abraham to the heedless of my query and they're pretty pink and white creature she was with the loveliest golden hair. I used to call venus of the fan. She was at the phone when i arrived after a while. He left and she with him. He didn't return for twelve month and then only two.
"fergus." Discussed on Cor's Notes
"Sitting today with fergus hodgson. He's the director of the econ- erica's would it be institute or group. Sorry because he kind of economic financial consultancy. Excellent okay and you've been a columnist of senior in the epoch times and popping up all over the place you're pretty prolific speaking on economics Precious metals all sorts of things What i want to dry into today too though is How economic affecting alberta these days. Because we're in such a tumultuous time a unity is at risk across the entire country more from the stress from the west. We've ever seen i think. And there's a lot of economic implications from this instability or moving toward secession or just threat of it. Or if secession really does happen so there's a whole lot to unpack there but Perhaps if you could speak for on. The current economic is operatives in a lot of stress right. Now we've got a lot of resources a lot of ability and certainly a lot of will to to help our economic circumstance but we seem to be stunted these days. Yeah yeah sure. So is actually great date on this. The cd hyphen institute atop think and think tank out of toronto has done all sorts of data analysis of projections regarding the canadian economy and basically the view is that unemployment will not return to normal until about twenty twenty four and the same with economic growth that we're basically going to struggle to return to twenty nineteen levels this year. We won't basically going to be losing two years of growth and naturally as as you know you live in. Alberta alberta is perhaps the most hurt by this current scenario you have both the the energy industry and tourism with the rockies which are enormously impacted and mild view and. I suspect you that this is just an enormous mistake. I this is not exclusive to canada of course but we our own worst enemies in terms of hurting us house economically. Everyone's talking about these businesses hurt by covid hurt by lockdowns. Not by covid. You know. I most of us..
UK asks regulator to assess AZ-Oxford vaccine amid questions
"Astrazeneca is adding an extra trial of its covid nineteen vaccine to clear up confusion and questions over. What dosage yields the best results. Meanwhile the uk's medical regulator is set to conduct its own assessment of the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine. That brings its roll out one. Step closer the bbc's medical editor fergus. Walsh has more. The oxford astrazeneca vaccine has an overall efficacy of seventy percent. But this rose to ninety percent in a group who were mistakenly given an initial half dose of the job followed by a full one. There has been some concern. Expressed that this subgroup. Fewer than three thousand people was comparatively small and contain no one over the age of fifty five. The detailed results of the vaccine trump have been submitted for peer review in a medical journal and when published the team at oxford hopes. This will help answer. Many of the questions which have been raised astra zeneca says it already has all the data it needs to submit the vaccine for approval around the world and this should happen imminently however it is hoping to amend a separate manager trial of the vaccine in the us around a third of the thirty thousand. Volunteers have already been recruited. But among many of those remaining it wants to try the initial half does formulation as part of the study to further explore. Why giving a lower amount of vaccine could yield more protection.
Sanctioned Putin associate ‘laundered millions’ through Barclays
"Banks helped money laundries and Russians subject to international sanctions. The Secret files show that the bank HSBC allowed fraudsters to move millions of dollars despite being warned it was a scam and ally of the Russian President Vladimir Putin. Sanctioned by the U. S and U used Barclays in London to buy fine art Fergus Shell is from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is unprecedented and remarkable leak that tells us as never before what the banks know about suspicious money movements. It connects with virtually every country on the planet, and it connects with some of the worst financial scandals ever in history and some of the worst criminal and terrorist Activity on the planet. HSBC has said it's overhauled its ability to combat financial crimes and barflies. Excuse me, Barclays highlighted it's cooperation with the authorities. Two Republican senators have said the
"fergus." Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Absolutely. without dog Miley always will occur on on a five meter ledin wherever there's this the spice she can use the whole length whatever she wants to do, and then I'll just. Grab it up if there's made that she shouldn't have that that spice whatever is a taught footpath or something like that that we need to go through. and. It's a bit that. It's bit bouncing that sense of freedom with ties to the united ever put your dog in a situation it on inside, but you also want them to have that. That experience in feeling of freedom and Bain, in charge of their are. Dan Decisions and. United. Are. Tasks I. It's hard to get the balance on I don't envy anyone needs Tannen Hasta. For unfulfilling jobs especially for working braids will. Dogs that have had. Dogs that Quite highly strung nervous. It's It's a challenge I'm glad or day fast. Sorry. Agree with that. Is it any other sort of special moments that are sort of come tomorrow now with focused? Against this are probably I'm. Probably fake with my kids was. Because in staggered dotted when I was born on had. Any had jamie side it was on worry that. And the Tom he was up by the time he was at all dull that was honored him. And he traded every single one of those cases if our best thing that absolutely in the happen. And as the kids got older as. Eldest. Two daughters were teenagers, Thanks last dish. Back there will always his special human genetic he. There was plenty out of didn't lock became out of that they the kids were allies crashes to him. and. That's. I mean he had a relationship with him but. said he was difficult dogs I. Never expected that premium. And never respected. Expected how much he would. If he if he if there was an opportunity it. Just, smoke thousand opportunity he had. Bay with them and that grab him and you know especially the twins when our little red. It was to two. Together. It pull themselves up with him and Palese and. And he'd just thank it was the best I ever and that a pretty big thing for dog who was What might have added to paypal and. And it working. He was a working animal. United have their would system that that. He thinks the being traumatized by small children is is there wouldn't experience was pretty good. Pretty special to me. I can say that absolutely. Them. Some By the..
"fergus." Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"I need now and then it wasn't. He wasn't obsessed boy at an angle at that. Our caller wish now that are had those are. I guess in Jaas as China a DOE Garner we should. I am to. Improve themselves and improve relationships all the time. Ever, to yet what you know until you know better. That's right. Bit trying to improve relationships for that. I really am doing asset of such a disservice I. Remember who originally said that I think a few people. So to say that in a firm believer in that. Lately and I think it's yeah. Well. T. You See can new information and say we can integrate it to. Improve Law of. His people. especially, our relationship with animals. Absolutely. Did leave with regret that I didn't. Know, he was trying in court compulsive Whi- which. Returns. Though I the time, but it certainly didn't distinguish it didn't extinguishes spirit. I'm. Ask Asa, question that. Everybody and that's A COP for you complete the sentence accompli, my dog ate. And this going to be your spouse may be different because also going to ask with his dot being a fireman, a working dog, but it's going to be different I. think a lot of other dogs normal highs. Count. Believe my dog used to loosen pal. Loosen pellets. Okay Eight. Besides that are fade them. Probably. Different. fade lots of rule. It's opportunistic role. And? Back then are probably fed. Fed back then. Working freighter. Fed whatever some. Until recently. It's been someday tell us star bombed or as a fade. There was some difficulty with getting to distant. Good quality food. Palate Boys, royal cannons whereas at. I bet the anyway to maintain. Good. Good Quality. For me anyway. So did you travel much with this? He traveled. Travel. Today of Bain to. Tonight. I. Before I got here given from child today, which is. Seven six or seven, hundred kilometers from here. In next weekend, kids in all got Brisbane will talk type end low, and then the next week macgyver. North Townsville, which is another. Twenty hours next weekend and. Fifty now sixteen years the weekend after so we travel watts. And I'm. Ed Bill tend to come with us a lot did. Hundreds of thousands of kilometers then he's lost Tom. Marsters sitting in the front and say, I. Had A spot on the back on on the door of Assad. Rate..
"fergus." Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Of A, Houdini. And not do anything like not. He never did anything Rome rumor. is now on Iran evidence wrong when he was at. Inevitably. Kill chickens or Ties the cat didn't is gonNA things. Just to prove a point gets the point he was and I guess that's what might such challenging dog to on. Now. He was on his dog could just never take lightly because he sean. I think that he used to sit there and try at me. Used to be like, he'd understand and in China was. It was Font twenty. Sorry so much but. He. I'm you could give him the parameters charmed foreign his Hebron. The parameters of high it'd be like. Women, has John Count, ties the cat. But does that apply here? And does that apply here does that apply to all? Tests the boundaries all the time. And you could tell that he was on, he was a main Badie and he dishonest that pitch in do often deployed anywhere else. Easy to recognize could never be offended by a dog that was more intelligent than a system. On sedgwick at him. System is. All. Different variations. Yes. You can't do it. He he he he he he. He bought on pay you can't bought people but not mad tea party but. If, a hitter, you could possibly by someone. Will. Make people hit. So I can bought them. That's on copy. Roll I'm. You know let any a Kennel but unite. If you know. If he had a work the thought of it to the next six month through the tin row. So how was he health was? Team. Maybe. Seven when are sexting because Probably, was the damn full of him he used to He would try and breed any bitch that existed. Syrup. was ways to detect it to. Not have any unwanted leaders from.
"fergus." Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Look Robin checked in for injuries and. Then went back went back over the way they were. Trying to four, they stop the dog. Jesus. Malign on the jokes trying to get away from him. Again, we're not interested in Barton evil. ACED was an and It was forty ever got it and he was. It was flat the site and he was on. He was fairly. It was any skin skin, but it was court bad. After, they agreed to Kim on Tyke and the vet said coming. In want him cop. and. We took him in I teach them how to get my nephew six the time to look after. All the why he just wasn't as Li, I will be handed anyone else. Hard out someone telling me not to guy will. Look. After my dog, what are you day but? He was gone. He held out really well. A six year old on a farmer's. A lot more grown up than the security in the city. I guess that they do have debate I say. Here it's Yeah I think. My. My twins now and I have. been out of joy for years I. Guess she kinda get caught capable when you when you're little any grout why that? Was Focus when he was a pop around herding cattle. On an stop them as babies r look give them a little bit of time to mature before. To as a poppy kind of. Came along unlike Rhode Island road on the back of a boy can. Run in the back of the car and. Get on without the dogs. Had to be Kuan Kids and. Yeah ooh that little the other little things he needed to nine before his Keita's pop. Album things that he needed to lend before he got into that. into the place where he was going to be working. And at the time, didn't have a luxury of dotting. dogs on shape..
"fergus." Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"He was. He thought. Russia behind him and put his noise on the back of his leg. is on the back of on the back of his leg. Just to scare him just because it was funny. Instead. I just like snaking. You get himself in positioning. You never been him thought it was I'm using scare people. Only that or did. Talk people as well. You have to be really careful in because. He wasn't that boy I. It put himself in position brought would be. That's bobble. And he discovered that the best day that was to cookies leg on people that so many highlighted. Really. Had A friend of mine's husband was getting instant stop at the back of the. Had said. Look. Ferguson Hidden. He was just sitting there. You could save the stained coming out of spite.
"fergus." Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Rei Breadth Vegas say. I mother Licey was a little Lewis dumpy category bitch appear bitch. and. I kinda crossing. Badeah. Boy Super Good Fortune well. It was a terrible story would have ended up with him but he was. Always dropping down a straight and store a door a magnificent red stompie doke. An awesome idea bad him and her husband had died and unexpected lands. She had this dog that was just white too much for town and. He wouldn't stand the out and. He. Was a horrible handful for US I. took him. Harmon who was a great dog May. And to let everyone know home for you is a little bit different than most other people. Yes I only in central Queensland cy he decided to. Come home and be intrinsically facility was able to work Catalan. Have the law famous designed to which is you know more? He was on fulfilled in in Tan he just wasn't a loss for him. Roughly how old? When you him? How old was Bundy said, that was on. Offer. Sorry Yep say he was on Maybe. Five or six when I got in. So He. He was probably Dog that wasn't. Going to be much longer for this world, when are just are just at the dog and pulled up to say. What an what an amazing looking dog as Doug Day. was. Significant and she On Hannity. Not, usually, as you do. Use the day. Yes. She's she's Just, a lovely lady was United Left with adult that and had made Tannen. Team is the wrong dope for that situation but. That's how it goes on and bread. Working drinks together and girl litter of little boy POPs. In Vegas was one of them. And it fergus sort of stand out in the in the Lido. Horrible joke wrought from the guy. He was I mean. It was growly and he was. He was on friendly more dogs are any dogs are braid socialized really like he go for Oldest Dante Nass I there I'm. Pat Poppy socializes, for very, long time. And my oldest daughter was really young men. Choose any I. didn't months older think..
"fergus." Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"By through relaxed dog. Thank you for listening. I am your host Robert Oba and I hope that you and your dog Well. Our guest in episode twenty one this week is Katrina Marian all away from a remote farm somewhere in Queens outback Queensland. Angie is going to be sharing a bit about her dog. Fergus. But. I onto some doggy news. And a gentleman by the name of Rudy Armstrong who is an eighty six year old navy veteran was living in on he's houseboat. With his. A BOO BOO in. North Carolina in the US and unfortunately rudy didn't know it but he was sitting on the deck one Diane suffered a stroke. I. Couldn't really help himself. BOOBOO jumped into action ran down the dock. And got someone I think it was the dock masta. Got A retention. Tim To follow him back and. Needless to say the duck master call for the paramedics and Rudy is now recovering. Well, thanks to boo. The next autumn of doggy news is. Interesting spin on a bit of marketing. A company by the name of Bush has created a dog brew, which is apparently sold in a be like and. it doesn't have any alcohol or hopes in which we know is not the best for dogs but it is full of vegetables, herbs, spices, water, and pork broth, and You can only get one law, and then apparently they sold out of the first run so you can crack a cold one. You will best friend. Last little bit of news is just a bit of a a warning. In Place called Royle in wiles. Overexcited Young Dog. On the beach chased off the some seagulls, the seagulls flew out to sea and the unidentified doggy. Kept swimming after them. The life boat crew. Were alerted and they caught up with the pop about half a mile from the shore rescued doggie and Doggie ONA. going. Well, but I think he's going to be let off a choice in the seagulls too much anymore. On would now with the welcome the relax. And it is more play. Welcome to the relaxed dog, and it is my pleasure to introduce Katrina and we're going to be talking about her dog fergus. So as usual I ask everyone to take us back to just before you got fergus and tell us how you guys got connected..
"fergus." Discussed on Building Business Resilience
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"fergus." Discussed on Building Business Resilience
"Did you create? A recently on. Some kind of Introduced to you know where you're from. There was no half measures. You know you have to pitch in and. Stand up. Yours is giving getting fumbled. Was the was the only sport Brady were? Right Group along the border and That was during the early eighties and. Was a wonderful. Grado bringing you mean and getting football is yes the the lifeblood of of the country really and. That was very fortunate. To get the opportunity to play. Sport locally never makes it. The first rugby game I was off was in. The non-sovereign road just before. I. Met got send that before starting to work with Wales and. Rob McBride and gats were their second game. Actually working for the showing the union and the all blacks. Though. that was Soccer, no soccer grow so. Yeah, it was just it just getting football and you know did to swimming annoys younger. But. Yeah, that was dumbs introduction to to team sports and. Having. experienced. Different sports are on the word when you when you reflect on new. People probably sometimes. Forget the value of sports society in the value, the lessons of the teachers, young people for knife dot to me, speaking of Joey Brian this morning. WHO FOR You know we're talking about. The the role of sport is to teach young people lessons for life, because there's only three small percentage ever GonNa think professionals. The Rule of sport is is for society and Culture for your local community serie. That's why those local sports should be protected at all costs. With brought you all than to you. University Limerick, an oral down here degree master's PhD, but it wasn't in what you're doing now. I went onto become a my father's wouldn't teacher. Would Reconstruction Studies teacher? That's why grove around. That's what John Doing, but I I figured. Sorry. How did you get this Gig them? Well I. Just WanNa. Do is see above whatever money I had, and then when the holidays came up. To School in. Providence, visit people. You coaches on the words trying to earn from. A member one year. Saving learned from the All blacks could account learn from spend coaches coaches, and it was just more a really passionate interest that I had and You know the ads it like you mean just. Like took a career break was offered a job with bowdoin wanders took a career break. From teaching NFL lead on. This Virginia Premier League probably never happen the for year to the Glatt Teaching and almost twenty years twenty years later, but it's just..
"fergus." Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The script that he was reading from on social media as soon as we possibly can I can't think of a time not in Fergus in not in the Rodney king riots of the early nineteen nineties at no point in this country's history not in the race riots of the nineteen sixties have we ever seen a war like this but I can't shake one thought ladies and gentlemen because as one liberal bumper sticker slogan arises in this case de funding the police dismantle the police another liberal bumper sticker slogan is systematically contradict it whatever happened to the anti second amendment slogan only the cops need guns think anyone really believes that anymore any true believer committed leftist and yes we do have sound bites from Minneapolis common council president Lisa Bender who is saying look it's a privilege you are privileged if your house gets broken into she she obviously said that this morning on CNN we got Minnesota's Attorney General Keith Ellison we've got Minnesota congresswoman he'll auto mark all saying yes we want to de fund to the police Ellison did a great job dancing around the question on M. S. N. B. C. yesterday but this is become mainstream thought I was talking to my friend and colleague before the show J. Weber and we were discussing how this is the most radical left wing proposal that either of us have ever heard of in all of our years of covering the news and we have seen some crazy radical stuff in J. said this was the sort of thing that you would hear the dumb kids safe from the back of the lecture hall when police issues or race issues were discussed dark how about if we just get rid of the police and everyone would laugh because it wasn't a serious proposal will suddenly it is and quite possibly the most amazing thing to have happened over the weekend with the fact that Minnesota or excuse me Minneapolis is left wing mayor Jacob fry the Justin Trudeau clone showed up at a black lives matter rally but because he didn't want to de fund his police department because he didn't want to abolish the Minneapolis police department he was booed off of stage he was heckled into leaving the rally and he did he walked out in shame he looked like a child who had just been scolded by the teacher hang dog expression on his face walking slowly through a crowd of protesters yelling shame shame shame shame what's shameful is the fact that we're talking in this country about how we cannot possibly judge an entire class or group of people based on their belonging to a particular demographic group I II someone who is a black person someone who is a Hispanic person someone who is a white person yet the exact same people preaching tolerance preaching most people are good and I do truly believe that remember folks I am the king of recidivism statistics there is not a crime problem in this country save for about five to eight percent of the population who are committing almost all of the crimes now I'm also the king of proving every single thing that I have to say on this program conservative thought not just talk isn't just a slogan like de funded the police because nobody can actually tell me how this would work the only way you can possibly do you fund the police or dismantle the police department is with negotiations from the police union what do you think the likelihood is that the Minneapolis police union is going to allow every single one of its members to be out of a job zero less than zero we can talk about police union reform we can talk about the end or the the the the change to the doctrine of qualified immunity where an individual police officers law enforcement officers or any government employee enjoys a certain amount of protection immunity from lawsuits or any sort of legal consequences through the civil justice system if they're acting under the color of law if they're acting in their official capacity I am totally supportive of the idea of reforming police union contracts across the country and I'm totally supportive of the idea of re visiting just what the doctor in a qualified immunity means and showed me these are the reasonable steps that reasonable people would suggest on reasonable stupid people suggest abolishing the police department without a single clue as to what would replace them rapid response social workers what does happen if your house is being broken into what does happen if you've just been shocked do we train social workers and how to solve crimes or is the point the crimes don't get solved because ladies and gentlemen sadly this is the culmination of years if not decades of a systematic war on the rule of law and the justice system waged by an increasingly radical an increasingly mainstream left wing of the Democratic Party it started with the war on judges a war on sentencing a war on prisons a war on the idea that if you do the crime you should do the time it continued with the war on prosecutors prosecutors should not recommend any prison time they should not accept any or propose any plea deals that include a single day in jail for violent behavior first socially deviant behaviour what's that what that is resulted in is tragically ironically a systematically worse environment for black neighborhoods which are disproportionately victimized by criminals remember the same five to eight percent who commit every single one of the crimes they commit them over and over and over this element is been emboldened by the idea that no matter what they do they're not going to go to prison no matter what they do they're going to stay out on the streets will get a slap on the wrist and then maybe a slightly harder slap on the wrist and a warning that if they come into the third strike they're not output might get a slightly harder slap on the wrist all of this behavior has all but been legitimized by a justice system in the court room and in the DA's offices that are working together with the same socially deviant people to ensure that there are consequences for socially deviant behavior and the victims in all of this and the tragic absolutely maddening irony of all this is that the victims all of this ridiculous mentality are disproportionately the same black people who we have been saying over and over.
"fergus." Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"You can do you can get fit games believe it or not you know people think that was you know we can only get fit In straight line running at temple running or whatever remember that you tackle running statistic for track feed you know it is it and so we can develop you know we can train athletes in lieu intensity using intensity gins as well then we can they are realm so we don't have to dive into that too much but we can meet them in the middle on the technical side so if we want to continue to use football if you have a defense ends of back who struggles to cover in man coverage in the the defensive coordinator says you know tactically I do WanNa run more man coverage plays but we just our Corner that's a cover our best receivers man coverage just doing these little isolated matchup game oriented activities so now you're meetings were coaching the middle from a technical standpoint giving them the skills that they would want in designing the tactics the game plan that was Fergus Connolly Dan.
How Electric Cars Will Decrease Carbon Release and Change the Way We Travel
"Reporters who are driving that entire route in electric cars to explain we're joined by the leader of the pack that's reporter David Farris of Ian news an online news site that covers energy and environmental issues David Ferris how you doing doing well good So I WANNA get in just second to wear exactly on this road we've reached you but start with the why would is your team hoping to accomplish with this it's a two month long road trips that right it is two months okay well when interesting interview with electric cars I think they've been Kinda Geeky science project and now we know that automakers are devoting billions of dollars to building these cars and we thought it was the right time to inform ourselves not just what it's like to be in the car not just what it's like to fuel to charge the car but actually how it's GonNa Affect the whole economy manufacturing cities jobs so your team began this whole journey in Texas about Anthony go yellow tag teaming as you go I know exactly I people started through southern states then you turn north you went through Detroit which I'm sure it was fascinating and then you took over Sunday. Where exactly have we found you you're talking to me in Dickinson North Dakota this is a single hardest leg of the trip because North Dakota has less charging less fueling infrastructure than any place in the country and so I've been learning some lessons about how to manage an electric car when there's almost no place to fuel that sounds intriguing any close calls where you were stranded on yes I left Minneapolis on Sunday and I know I'm not GonNa make destination of Fargo when have to stop in this little town fergus falls and I know I have enough battery to get there so I'm going down the road enjoy myself really windy day and going along and I'm noticing that the cushion the difference between lean how many miles the cartels me I can go and the number of miles actually need to go it's narrowing Mike I'm maybe we should use it off sixty five nights falling it's raining and I have no other options because there's just simply unless I begged with someone to plug into their dryer outlet there's nowhere to church and so I finally ended up limping off the interstate into this town of Fergus falls and ease into the brewery which it turns out as one of the only places to chart a brewery wow okay able to charge there and since the charging is slow rats ad to spend three hours at a brewery senator night so now you have the challenge of sobering up before you can get back in myself to only two years I was like you've been under control of what y'all are calculating is how much cleaner electric cars are than gas cars raid because electric vehicles say there's zero emissions but of course the electricity powering them has to be generated and that results in carbon missions what what have you found in terms of how much better for the planet these might be well we've been rigorously calculating the carbon emissions of the charging were doing and that has to do with breath the power mix in that individual state that state uses a lot of coal the emissions are going to be higher if it's a state that uses a lot of hydropower or wind or solar going to be lower in either case it's still significantly Lower Michigan than guests but it does vary a lot I gather that one of the things you've noted as you've been doing strive across North Dakota is signs four electric vehicles that say powered by coal explain this yes the Lignite Energy Council which is the Advocacy Group for North Dakota Cole has embraced electric vehicles as a way to create a market for itself in the future the writing is on
Conjoined Twins, Linked at Skull, Are Separated in London Hospital
"Have successfully separated twin girls who were born conjoined at the head two year old girl sofa and Marla over the past year the B. B. C.'s medical correspondent Fergus Walsh was given exclusive access to follow the twin story laid out on a single operating table on the surgical drapes of twins suffer and tomorrow the only parts of their bodies exposed is where they joined at the top of the skull which is one long cheap the girls have never been able to look at each other's faces separating them carries major risks but the team at great Ormond street hospital are convinced is the right thing to do professor David done away is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon we felt that wasn't a very very high chance that we could do
"fergus." Discussed on Baseball Things
"Still fun. So that's Donald Fergus use. See Santa Barbara gauchos. We're going to move on a little bit in this particular podcast. But just reminder, we're gonna continue to do the college. Baseball thing on this podcast this spring. It's too much fun. These coaches in these players are too willing to to talk about their programs to talk about college baseball to talk about baseball in general, and I'm going to try to take advantage. I try to expose the listener a little bit more to college baseball. And coach Fergus is somebody that I met when he was at the university of Washington, and it was always very helpful always very informational. And I think the maybe the coolest thing about coach Fergus for me when when he was at the university of washed in the last five years. It was I would get an honest answer out of him. But I would also know that while he was being honest that maybe there was more there that he really couldn't go about talking about like, it was pretty obvious. Like, it was it was clear that he was in no way trying to pull the wool over my eyes at any point as. Affirms e possibly could be, but it was fairly obvious. When there might be more there in that. Maybe I should dig a little bit into it. But. Love watching that program over their team -versity Washington coach bergh's is moved onto UC Santa Barbara college baseball well underway. And again, I mentioned this on Twitter over the past couple of weeks. If you're a baseball fan college baseball is for you period end of story, and I know some of you experienced this. But and not only is it for you. But it's a vehicle to you like ESPN, plus five dollars a month. And you get everything that use PIN insider slash ESPN plus offers for five dollars a month. That's those games are on several times a week..
"fergus." Discussed on AP News
"Music app today. It's been relatively quiet when it comes to Virginia's growing political crisis. AP's Rita Foley takes a look at what? Now in the states. Three ring scandal Virginia's top three elected officials all Democrats are still wrestling with controversies to admit wearing black face years ago. The third Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is accused of sexual assault, which he denies Virginia. Democrats are demanding again, a governor Ralph Northam resign. But at least for the time being they're giving the benefit of the doubt, the Lieutenant governor and the attorney general, Mark herring. The state legislatures black caucus says all three controversies are serious, but responses to each have to be based on individual facts and circumstances, I'm Rita Foley. Australia's leading cybersecurity agencies investigating a breach of the country's federal parliamentary computing network amid speculation of hacking by a foreign nation. Lawmakers and staff and camera have been made to change their passwords. A joint statement from house of representatives speaker Tony Smith and Senate president Scott Ryan says there's no evidence that data had been accessed in the breach. But investigations are continuing several security expert Fergus Hanson from the strategic policy institute says it's likely a nation state was behind the incident. Although Australian officials have not blamed any country. A Texas woman used her granddaughter scooter to defend herself against a pair of machete-wielding men in clown masks who were trying to rob her and her husband, Texas city. Police say Aretha cardinal and her husband Joseph Nelson. We're in the driveway of their home when the masked men approached and held one of the massive nights to her throat. They say Nelson rested the machete from one man while cardinal grab the child's scooter from the driveway and used it to strike. The other man Nelson tells Houston television station, KTAR k the men tried to run away. But the couple of chase them smashing their vehicle window with the scooter Virginia's political mess. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news minute Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam tells top staffers he will not resign amid the furor over a racist photo on his medical school yearbook page Richmond resident Darnall Carruthers says northern should stay. I don't believe in my heart that he is racist. Meanwhile, a second. The woman accuses Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax a sexual assault when they were both students at Duke University. Fairfax in a statement calls the accusation demonstrably false, I have never forced myself on anyone ever the city of Milwaukee holds a vigil for thirty five year old police officer, Matthew Ritter. He was shot and killed.
Australian Parliament Reports Cyberattack on Its Computer Network
"Australia's leading cybersecurity agencies investigating a breach of the country's federal parliamentary computing network amid speculation of hacking by a foreign nation. Lawmakers and staff and camera have been made to change their passwords. A joint statement from Hudson Representative speaker, Tony Smith and Senate president Scott Ryan says there's no evidence that data had been accessed in the breach. But investigations are continuing several security expert Fergus Hanson from the Australian strategic policy institute. Likely a nation state was behind the incident. Although Australian officials have not blamed any
Report: Trump Adviser Stephen Miller Pushed for Border Separation Policy
"By the ad council seventeen people have been killed after a brawl and ensuing stampede in caracas venezuela police say during the fight someone set off tear gas sparking a stampede among those attending a graduation event seven people are in custody including two teams police believe set off the tear gas canister and indonesian woman was killed by a twenty three foot long python fifty four year old victim went missing while outside checking her vegetable garden family and local villagers launched a search and found a snake with a bloated belly near the woman's belongings the villagers killed the snake and cut it open that's when they discovered the woman's body still intact wearing all her clothes authorities say she was swallowed head first one villager saying it looked like a horror movie chain fergus fox news.
Victims of London Bridge terror attack are remembered in memorial service
"As patrol aircraft rear admiral trae wheeler commander patrol in recon group triton fly extremely high altitudes which streaming long periods of time the first vehicle arrived in november of last year the second this past april in washington rachel sutherland fox news there was a memorial service marking a year since the terrorist attack on london bridge more than seven hundred people gathered inside a century's old cathedral on the bank of the river thames to pay tribute to the victims adele morris a counselor with london city government says memories of the day or still fresh there longer latitude to sirens and helicopters they still make his jump flinch eight people died when three islamic extremist ran down pedestrians on london bridge and stabbed people at nearby restaurants and businesses the attackers shot dead by police prime minister theresa may attended the memorial saying britain's resolve to stand firm against terrorism is stronger than ever chain fergus fox.
Menendez brothers, convicted of killing parents in 1989, reunited in prison
"The president tweeting this morning despite the aluminum tariffs aluminum prices are down four percent people are surprised i'm not lots of money coming into us copper sorry us coffers in jobs jobs jobs he's talking about new fees on imported steel and aluminum the president's also considering now even more tariffs on chinese products than the ones already proposed in dc fox's rachel sutherland chris president trump threatening to impose one hundred billion dollars more in tariffs on chinese products sam response to beijing's announcements have tariffs on goods from america's heartland the american farm bureau federation says trade disputes farmers in a precarious position white house trade advisor peter navarro says the president has the backs of farmers implement a plan immediately to prevent any harm done to our american farmers republican senator ben sasse of nebraska says the president is threatening to light america's agriculture on fire chris rachel thanks air force one president trump tells reporters he had not known about hush money paid to the porn star stormy daniels his first public comment about her the menendez brothers spending life in prison for murdering their parents in beverly hills in nineteen eighty nine are back together behind bars fifty year old lyle was moved from northern california facility in february two the same san diego prison has forty seven year old eric but they were only moved to the same housing unit this week the brothers were just eighteen and twenty one when they shot and killed jose and kitty menendez and officials were against the brothers being housed together when they were first convicted but that became possible because lyles security classification was lowered boxes jane fergus palestinian protesters are burning tires of the gaza israel border to block the view of israeli snipers with the smoke on the other side of the fence sixteen palestinians were killed with hundreds wounded during protests last week fox news.