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"genoese" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"genoese" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With PJ Theo investment management business of Prudential. These statements are not intended to be investment advice and should not be used as the basis for any investment decision. This is a Bloomberg money minutes as retailers whips on by the pandemic, tried to set their sights on how to survive this year. There is no doubt that the industry is forever changed. I think we've probably seen eight years of change in eight months. Steve say that Off senior adviser for MasterCard points in part to the 49% holiday season jump and online sales versus a year earlier. It says online still makes up only 20% of the total purchases. That means that 80% is still being done in a physical store, so we shouldn't be writing off stores, Shops on Main Street and inside malls may take longer to recover than in centers anchored by Wal Mart, Home Depot. Another big box stores. Stayed off says they have an opportunity to do well by doing good. It used to be more the Genoese customer man, which everybody concerned about brands and brand values. Social justice issues. What the brand stand for how the products are made those kinds of changes. I think they're going to stick with us, and you rode a Bloomberg Radio and Jay I t New Jersey Institute of Technology makes innovation happen. And Jay I T faculty meant toward Christoph Camacho when he was a student. Helping him co found a startup and patented device that uses drone technology for reforestation and to collect valuable data for land management. I found in territories back in 2016 taken what I learned from my research and giant sea and migraine. It's who started our technologies to really enhance land management operations, So we work very closely with land management companies. So we have a drone that performs precision before station and we to storm down. Much assessment haven't access to trolls. They can collect data so much faster and what is more important, we help them. Dr. Management decisions. Enjoy. T has been there every step of the way Go full.

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Denim and Jeans

Pants On Fire

09:19 min | 1 year ago

Denim and Jeans

"What are we talking about today? Deborah we are lying about jeans a type of pants or trousers made from denim fabric. These do you know much about jeans. I love jeans because they're durable enough to keep up with my active lifestyle here. What yes I need a trouser. That can keep up with all the up in downloading of my day. Okay sure I can see that. Can you download some information about today's contestant I did it? Our human child contestant is a ten year old who's favorite subject is math and who wants to be a teacher when she grows up. Olivia McQueen you walk into pants on fire. Tell us about being a teacher. Is there a certain teacher who inspired you to become a teacher? Well my aunt gets her so much off. So that's one of the things. Oh it's about the good hours and you get a lot of money and you get a lot of money for being the teacher. Oh Yeh we gotta talk about. Maybe they could make even more. That's what I think don't you think? Yeah Yeah is there a certain age of kid? You would wanNA teach maybe first grade so I don't have to a lot about award English right so you should teach and then all you don't have to know a lot about anything but I have to deal with that kids. Oh and they they. Stopping bad after preschool. Right a liberal. So I WANNA learn some more things about you. I think Lisa wants to learn more thing all my gosh I was just saying. Is there anything else about her? Lots of things so many things in fact we're going to play to truth and a lie. Olivia's GonNa tell us three facts about herself. Two of those facts will be true. One will be ally. We will figure out which one is the lie A- Libya. What are your three facts? I've been a competitive dancer for four years now. My grandfather is a famous Irish folks here in Ireland and I love marshmallows. Feels LIKE SETTING US? Up for trick. Doesn't like marshmallows. Exposes excuse trying to play Games with those? She thinks she can come in here and just pull. The wool over is our sensors. That's it. Marshmallows is ally Nice. Try Okay okay. You're trying to outsmart her gameplay Libya. Which one of those facts is ally? I Love Mushrooms Campbell today. Show you do not like marshmallows. I've a story though the story so I strap and I had a loud marshmallows to soothe my throat. And I had so much that I didn't like the money more. Oh so you overdid it on the marshmallow once upon a time you like them. Yes so not even in hot chocolate now. Would you like them on a train? I would like them nowhere. Our first expert is Lara. Night please introduce to Libya. Let me out my name is Lauren. White. And I'm actually in jeans designer. Which means I work on developing and designing sheets. Thank you very much Laura. Let's meet our second expert. Simon fastener Simon. Please introduce yourself to Libya Libya. I'm Simon Baz ner and I'm a denim influencers. We'll have to learn more about that. I'm not sure what that is or how you can influence your denim. But we're going to find out. Hey Lisa is that a bootleg copy of those sounds sounds originally sourced by me. It's actually time right. That's when we put our experts on the hot seat while they enter Olivia's questions Lisa. Who should we put on the hot seat? I Simon because I want to be an influence there and maybe if I picked him he'll tell me how to be an influence. Okay that's fair all right. Well I are you influenced. I'm an insulin. So you're influenced. Let's see how that works? Okay Olivia what question do you have for Simon to start? Simon? What's a gene influencer? Gene or Denim influence is an expert in all things denim or genes so When people are interested in What type of accessories would go with a certain type of Denham or a certain type of gene? That's where I come in and I let them know a what would go with that and be where they can get the best and most fashion forward version of that. I run a blog entitled GET THEM DENIM DOT Com. That's why keep everyone up to date with the latest denim fashion designer. So if the denim you want exists. I'll show you where to get them. Okay Laura. What is your favorite style of jeans? My favorite style of jeans is a High Rise Jack Gang. They're super soft and they're super stretchy and they're my favorite. I wear them every day. They're called high-rise. Because they go the way from your feet over your head and then the Zipper is where it opens for your face. You might be onto something. I think you're influencing LISA. I've questions for Simon. Where were the first pair of jeans? Made by WHO in the first pair of jeans were made in Italy in the town of Genoa and by and by WHO will they're made for genetic for for Genoese sailors so They were made by emend named named Lawrence Influenza. Okay Laura what made you want to become an expert on jeans while I got my first job in jeans in Los Angeles about twenty years ago and my favorite part about getting into the denim business is denim is a very specific fabric. If you don't wash it and you wear over and over and over for many years it starts taking on the characteristics of the person that's wearing that garment which is really really cool so my job is actually to recreate some of these really awesome old vintage garments. Make it new make it really modern out of new fabrics. It's so much fun in really creative sue. You're saying it's best not to wash your jeans and you are correct. Actually have a well. That depends so if you're if you're buying a really stretchy gene that means it's going to have some spandex something in it to make it really stretchy. That goes with cotton. You're going to want to be careful not to wash those james but every two or three times you wear it because that heat and a lot of water will actually give a little wear and tear on that gene so you can do some spot cleaning. Sometimes if you have a really rare pair of jeans you might want to do a couple of fun. Things like put them in the freezer. Put them on the snow hanging out to dry. You just want to be careful not to hit them with too much hot water into wash them too. Often were other than giving them a fun trip while them in the freezer well some people think it might be a wise tell but I have personally found that sometimes bacteria can grow on anything actually so when you WanNa wash something most of the time. You're not only just getting out the hot chocolate that spilled on your garment but you're actually just washing something to be cleaner when you put that in a really cold environment just like putting a rug outside in the snow in the wintertime it can actually kill bacteria that might be on that garment cool. Denver's that y your backyard is covered in rugs. I think you're at the wrong house. Lisa Oh wait Do you live in a rug store. I do not oh I was at the wrong. Okay go ahead okay. This is for both of you. What are most teams made of? Who wants to take? That sure. I'll take its motions are all denim is really is a is mostly made from cotton So I'd say cotton and then for the for the more stretchy jeans lasting or you know Three percents SPANDEX so most of the older jeans before we would say probably about Nineteen ninety-five nineteen ninety. Eight were one hundred percent cotton. Since then we've added more and more stretchy stuff that goes with the cotton which we call spandex or like war lasting that being said some jeans actually like the ones that way right now go up two hundred percent stretch so those numbers of the new fibres that you have to add to get the genes. Really Stretchy has gone up and stretch. Jeans are actually the most popular jeans right now in the market cool. Hey stretch jeans. If you're listening good for YOU CONGRATS. You did it. Or she may be stretching the Truth Laura. What are the most current trends and jeans so one of the number one trends in jeans right now? It's actually two polar opposite idea so one is getting back to a no stretch jeans or what. We call a rigid gene for women. In addition to that really stretchy high wasted jeans is also a big trend on the women's sign on the men's side. We have a couple of things coming back so we have a skinny slouch gene. Plus a little bit of puddle at the bottom. That's a cool word for a really long gene. That shows off your sneakers. In addition to that we also have the Dad Jean coming back which President Obama rocked all the

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"genoese" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights

Labor: Know Your Rights

13:21 min | 1 year ago

"genoese" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights

"Eight President Michael Forte Day was elected president of District Council in two thousand the Manhattan District Attorney charged four day several Cosa Nostra co-defendants. It's with taking bribes. In exchange for ignoring violations of the collective bargaining agreement four they became the fourth consecutive consecutive district council president since nineteen eighty to be charged with Labor racketeering. Nevertheless he was elected in two thousand and two as executive secretary slash treasure with eighty percent of on June twenty eighth nineteen eighty. Eight Rudy Giuliani. US The US attorney for the Southern District of New York by one of the most remarkable lawsuits in American history. A civil rico suit against against the international teamsters the complaint named as defendants the Union leadership the IB T- Cosa Nostra Commission eighteen and twenty six Cosa Nostra members including Genoese crime family. Boss Tony Salerno Lucci boss. Anthony Corolla Chicago up at bus joy UBA and Milwaukee Crime family boss Frank Fella strawberry the other defendants were members the general executive board and eighteen president and former she be members. There's including President Jackie Presser and General Secretary Treasurer. Weldon Mathis the government alleged that even with a hundred ninety anyone criminal convictions and twenty civil enforcement actions the I.. Bt General President and are any member of the GBI had not conducted any investigations are displaying actions regarding labor racketeering. Giuliani asked the court to remove the GEE bee members to establish a trusteeship to oversee the union affairs and supervise a national election. Former General President Roy Williams nineteen eighty one through nineteen eighty three and former Cleveland. Elsie and bus agile. The NARDO were cooperating. Witnesses on March thirteenth nineteen eighty nine the IB and the Department of Justice agreed to they consent decree the Union agreed that there have been allegations sworn testimony and judicial findings up past problems with Cosa Nostra coaster corruption of various elements of the IB tea and agreed that the IBP should be free of incremental element and should be governed democratically for the sole benefit of its membership the consent decree barred the crime family defendants from any future involvement with the ITT change the constitution to require democratic elections for international officers members from associating with LC members embarrassed and with any expelled member. The Consent Decree gave the Independent Administrator Authority to discipline. Union gene members and officers and to impose trusteeships on I.. BT LOCALS TO VETO ANY IB T.. Decision that would would. Further Labor racketeers interest the General President and Gab maintain the day to day administrative authority and to negotiate collective bargaining agreement. The consent decree set out rules for future nationally elections including direct secret bellity and campaign donation. Rules William McCarthy with the support of the New England Patriarca crime family became general president following rolling. Jackie Presser death in July of Nineteen eighty-eight. He signed the consent decree that had an immediate change of heart several I bt local by a lawsuit stating they were not bound by the consent decree essay. Were neither dependence in the Civil Rico suit nor signitaries to the consent agreement. Judge Edelstein forwarded the strategy I by combining all consent decrees litigation in his escort and then by ruling that the consented by the I.. B. T. locals the I.. Bt fought back refusing to reimburse the A court appointed officers expenses every resisted the effort to inform the rank and file of actions against crept I bt officials officials at its nineteen ninety one convention. The refused to enact constitutional amendments per required meant by the consent decree. I oh core Berry and step brought display charges resulting in reprimand to expulsion from the a two thousand four states that since the signing of the consent decree in nineteen eighty nine. Six hundred seven charges had been brought against five hundred one eighty three members and officers of the teamsters involving members are officers of one hundred. Twenty eight locals led by local eight thirteen with fifty fifty eight members are officers charged. Eighty five local presidents have been charged two hundred one. teamsters were permanently exposed because of ir be investigations and recommendations the I.. Bt International Union place. Thirty five locals and one joint council under trusteeship. St Ship a three step process for the election of the IBP General President general secretary and GB members was created by collections. Officer Homeland. One the I.. B. T. locals would hold secret ballot elections for delegates to the I. B. T. Convention to the delegates would nominate candidates for National Office. Three all rank and file members would vote in a secret ballot elections supervised by independent monitors. The that the consent decree only gave Holland the power to monitor the election process for fraud judge Elstein eighteen ruled against the IB t the first direct elections of International IBP officers took place in Nineteen ninety-one pre you can't RV. dern Ham a member of the gbi Walter Shea a career teamster administrator who had essentially ran the union during much of the Fitzsimmons administration and Ron Carey A self-styled reformer who headed a large New York City. I bt local. Local Judge Lacy ruled ineligible a fourth candidate. James Hoffa a lawyer Antonio of Jimmy Hoffa because because he had never been a teamster carry one with forty eight point. Five percent nineteen ninety six election was hotly contested carries a point. where it was James Hub a who by signing on s an assistant to an IB local president and Chicago became eligible people to run in the nineteen ninety? Six Election Kerry won by narrow majority of fifty two percent but the election officer refused to certify the results because of campaign finance violations Carey's campaign had donated eighty five thousand dollars of IB funds to political action groups which donate the same amount to carry his campaign. The election was ordered to be rerun in November nineteen eighty-seven another election election officer barred carried from the rerun election and carry eventually expelled. HARPO won the rerun election in nineteen ninety. The eight and in two thousand and one hopper slate of candidates won a five-year Hoffa hired Edwin stare to run a reform orm effort called project. Rise R I S E it had three components one rank and file initiative to draft craft and ethical practices code and Enforcement Machinery a professional investigative initiative to assess the state date of corruption and racketeering throughout the Union and an initiative to write an internal history of labor racketeering. In the teamsters the HAFA administration Shen refused to implement the results until the I.. R. Enforcement Authority was faced out the second part of rise resulted in investigations agent of every local. That had ever been alleged to have been infiltrated are influenced by organized crime if found no indication of organized crime influence in the vast S. majority of these locals third part was a history directed at the US attorney for the Southern District of New York. Judge Jessica unfortunately rise fell apart in two thousand and four with steer in Costner. Resigning stating Hoppe's administration was blocking an investigation Gatien of Alpha influence in their Chicago area. I bt logos. And their joint council. In Nineteen Fifty Eight McLaughlin McClellan committee found that Elsie in Chicago boss. Tony ACCARDO controlled free Chicago. Area Hotel and restaurant workers locals joy. ooh Bath a Kordos. Lieutenant and later his successor was secretly the boss of one of these locals the edge in concluded that the Chicago outfit controlled H. E. R. E.. I you and that General President Ed Hanley who had been promoted from one of the Chicago. Oh area locals to the general presidency was the outfits Tool Nineteen eighty-four Senate permit subcommittee on Investigations. Report noted noted that Hanley had used mergers of locals international trusteeships locals and personal transfers to solidify the International Union a Union control over local union officers and treasures. It accused him appearing. A number of Elsie and members and associates as International Union organizers and in other union positions in Nineteen seventy-nine local fifty four is present in Atlantic city. Ralph Natoli an associate of Philadelphia's Bruno Elsie in crime family was sentenced to thirty years for a variety of fences present. Hanley acquainted the Frank Garris and its socio of nicodemo scarf. Oh Philadelphia Elsie. In Crime Pam Capito in charge of the families Families Atlantic city interest in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. The New Jersey Casino Control Commission and the Division of Gaming Enforcement Found alcyone through garris controlled local fifty four. It ordered local fifty four to remove cares and two others from Union Office the Commission the Mission Warren the Union that if it did not do so they would be prevented from collecting dues from casino. Employees Gas resigned but local fifty four continue to employ him as a consultant at subcommittee hearings. Thirty four witnesses including both H. E. R. E. Diane Officials Reputed Mobsters refused to answer question taking the Fifth Amendment right against compelling self incrimination. The committee's report found that the Atlantic City and Las Vegas locals dental implant served a slush fund for Elsie and figures federal. Prosecutors brought criminal Orissa E. R. I S. A. Charges against several officials and filed a civil lawsuit suit against local fifty four Steno plan the plans administrators and service providers the union and certain providers settled all these lawsuits in nineteen eighty eight agreeing to pay the benefit plan. Three point eight five million kliesch share this podcast with your family and friends. If you like our podcast please rate us on itunes. It helps others find us if you would like to contact us. We have various ways to do so in our show notes along with contact information for the National League of Justice Security Professionals. Thank you for listening..

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"genoese" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"genoese" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

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"genoese" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"genoese" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Well. We'll get into the flinging of corpses to well. Let's get into the flinging because that's kind of how it started <hes> and I I WANNA appoint out. The black death gripped Europe. It did not only impact Europe. It's so funny. It's so euro centric way. Hey we approach the black death. It started in the Gobi desert sometime in the late thirteen twenty in Asia in China China lost thirty five million people in the fourteenth century from the black death. Whatever mention the always you're about the Europe the black death in Europe so it was localized and it was actually in in Asia and Central Asia <hes> for a decade or two <hes> but they blame it pretty squarely on the Genoese for bringing it to Europe right right? Yes had the jammies well in thirteen forty seven <hes> and Kafka which is Modern Day. Ukraine was a genoese trading post <hes> they were attacked by the Tartari Army <hes> tar start to die off by the plague and the Genoese or like sweet. God is punishing our enemies and they're dying wins. Let's have a big party and celebrate and then the Tar tars are like we're going to start. Flinging are dead corpses over the wall at you because the smell is so awful you'll die from the smell. They weren't stupid idea but but idea but it worked because they actually what they're doing what they were doing was germ warfare very early germ warfare they they had it wrong though they thought it was a smell actually it was this pestilence and so the Genoese you know said Oh we need to get rid of these nasty bodies but it was too late they are infected by that point point <hes> the Genoese fled to Sicily and then from there to pass one <hes>. Where was the first one the well well the first one went up through <hes> Austria and Germany right and then the second path went through <hes> Italy too France to the U._k.? Yes at a speed which doesn't sound fast but it really is if you're talking about black death about two and a half miles a day and not only is it fast like even by today's standards. This is before this when people were riding horses and carts says really let's lightning fastest Hewlett trained fast for that yeah yeah. Why is it called the black death actually? Do you know this I do so there's a there's a mistranslation at some point. What do you mean well back? In the day. People called it the big death the great mortality the big death that's bad that's what they call the as as it was happening right and then <hes> later on came to be known as the <hes> Ultra Batra Morse which is Latin for terrible death or black death <hes> at some point in time somebody decided that they like the black black death better <hes> sometime in the eighteenth century when they're using it to differentiate the <hes> plague of London in sixteen sixty sixty five <hes> but they mistranslated wasn't originally called the black death or the <hes> terrible death it was called the big death Gotcha and and then it just kind of went from there all right well at the time <hes> King Philip the six of France turned it over to the Paris College of physicians into were they were like the Mayo Clinic of the time and they said here we need to figure out what this is. What is it smartest doctors in the world and they says we know no? We figured it out. It's all here on the report. This is <hes> this happened when Saturn and Jupiter and Mars <hes> lined up in Aquarius in Jupiter's role wet and hot hot and it's soaked up the evil vapors from the earth and Mars is dry so it exploded those vapors and now it is a <hes> fog of death and they they very smugly pinpointed appointed the time that it happened one P._M.. On March twentieth thirteen forty five and they just stick their head but they did say it was a fog of death. My guess is that it was probably pretty foggy for some reason some weather system happened or they were onto something like it was being transmitted through the air somehow now sure which you know they might have been actually onto something there with an airborne right pathogen right possibly Mino- instead they went with the fog of death from the planets aligning and <hes> another term for fog death is a miasma to corrupted bit of air and this is what Europe went with right yeah like okay well. These are the smartest guys as far as medicine goes they have the longest crow's beak masks of anybody. Yeah <hes> and we're going to go with this fog. You've death thing so how do we combat it and what they figured out was well. Since you're breathing this fog you got to keep the fog at bay and one good way to do that is to fight fog doug with fire smoke sure so there were fires everywhere yeah they were recommended to burn <hes> aromatic woods so people would be would even carry this stuff around Rosemary very amber and musk the pope even stood between two fires when he addressed people kept him burning on street corners yeah <hes> and and then there were the the the fact that it was coming from the south and it was a fog of death they started putting glass in their southern in windows so that the southern wing couldn't penetrate t-that kind of smart there it is they were no hokey now. Some that seem kind of smart. What didn't seem very smart was <hes>? Don't bathe. Don't <hes> have physical intimacy although it's a good way to spread disease so maybe they're onto something there <hes> don't sleep during the daytime avoided sadly they had nothing to do with spreading it. Just don't be lazy. Yeah avoid sad thoughts about disease. <hes> something to that if you believe in the mind <hes> if you believe in positive psychology exactly so <hes> some of the little hokies those little substance to a bit of it <hes> I have a little cocktail tidbit for you. Though I know it is so often the word quarantine actually comes from the black death in Venice Italy. They were pretty smart and they see you know we should start isolating. Some of these ships people are coming in not let them come on land until we know that no one on board is is sick so let's do this for thirty days and then they went now. That's not long enough the suit for forty days forty days or kwan- quarantee Diani Corentin. That's where the word came from from well. It's not as much of a stretch of somebody. Besides chuck is pronouncing but yes it is where quarantine look at it. It looks like the Corinthian Yeah Yeah so that's pretty smart too. There are some smart people still sixty percent of the population of Venice died within. I think eighteen months yeah so the quarantine while practical and useful didn't protect everybody yeah and you know we don't know what the doctors were doing that much because all we have here is just recorded recorded documents of what was going on well there. They there wasn't even documentation. It was <hes> popular writers church writers yet wasn't like Science Journal. I mean not a lot of people people knew how to read and write during this time in the ones who did normally were affiliated with the church so they would have had a very religious view of what was going on right yeah <hes> they're probably bloodletting there. Yeah the <hes> the physicians that were working the crows mass guys <hes> were <hes> bloodletting. They were <hes> opening up these boo boos in which <hes> religion comes into play pretty heavily there because a lot of people said you know let's let's turn to God and pray for help. Well a lot of people thought that this this is punishment from God go yeah the Magellan and so only he could do anything about it or she depending on the Ayrshire and <hes> so yes the flagellants chuck take it with the Voice of Germany had the Brotherhood of the flagellants had flagellants had already been around flatulence the now very big a big difference <hes> they're already round but they rose up like you said in Germany in the in the mid thirteen forties and they thought it was punishment from God and they thought you know we're going to do something about it. So you've heard of self-flagellation. That's where it comes from. They would walk barefoot across Europe whipping themselves with their little. Whatever cat of nine tails scourges scourges gorgeous like <hes>. What have you had like sharp kind of barbed ends <hes> it didn't work though in a lot of people turned against God because because of that they also kill a lot of Jews the flagellant stood flagellants yeah highly anti Semitic. They killed Jews. They would kill clergy that opposed them except for the pope in the pope was like <hes> you're officially denounced thirteen forty nine and that was it for the flagellant although they popped up again in later <hes> plagues and pestilence as they did but they stopped for the black death like immediately denounced them while they killed Jews because there was a a pretty bad rumor going around that the Jew said <hes> were poisoning the water supply and because at the time Christians and Jews lived separately largely <hes> a lot of Jewish Jewish communities were effectively quarantine so they didn't get hit as hard so all the sudden chooser on enough prospering right word word but they're not dying like the Christians are so so the Christian started burning alive burning them alive apparently in Strasbourg the Germany Minnie was more Jews died in Germany than anywhere else <hes> at the hands of Christians who are upset about the plague <hes> and in Strasbourg Berg in <hes>. Let's see <hes> I think thirteen forty eight on one day two hundred Jews were burned alive at the stake just that that one city on that one day and apparently entire communities used to be walled up and set on fire with everybody or Jews would convert Christianity on the spot or they would set their own houses. House is on fire yeah which is kind of sensible like oh look my house fire better. I should probably take off right. Keep on Walkin see guys later well. A lot of Jews fled to the countryside and they too yes because they were able to yeah good for them. Is What I.. I don't think it was just us. I think anybody who had the means of going to the countryside aside which is crazy because I mean going to the countryside means like stepping out your back door. I thought and like the Fourteenth Century Yeah but apparently there were still the wealthy went out to the country once in a while and they would all right yeah as as as hey my friend how.

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"genoese" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

On The Line with Estée Lalonde

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

"I think when talk about vaginal microbiome ends at well when out of two hundred that's insane cheese insane. And it is a shame. But it's developing giving up on that. And as much as I can took it with the vaginal microbiome. I will. And and so there's also something called bacterial vaginal SIS, right? And I've discovered that the treatment for that. I was looking at all these ingredients because I was like are there. Probiotics in this data. I think there is lactic acid in. In these products. Is that right? So electric is a really good thing to put down there in the right concentration concentration and everything because it will feed them the right kind of bacteria, and it's also will loyals appears to pitch again. So most of general productivity of lactic acid inside. I always like everything to wash over Genoese that has s for example inside the Meriva check to see us. You don't really need to wash anything to be honest. But like issue are looking for something with something with lactic acid inside interesting. Okay. So anytime I've ever mentioned like, you know, any sort of soap for your Regina. Everybody's like you don't need any soap down there. But about exactly like you said, you know, we have products like Vagit still and stuff like that. But they just feel so stripping and filled with chemical. So we're not using those. But your soap, for instance, your bar, soap, that's just something that's not gonna be stripping down there. And it's just going to help reset the ph. Muniz? I'm too smart. And I haven't done the properties on that interest knows that I'm using it and from its workspace. Right. So that's why like I want to meet with Ganic adjacent to about that. But yes, it seems. It's just water using just without which I was always turned Larry stripping too. Because what does ph seven and? So how right that it's actually nuts really helping. So you should use acidic products in. Oh my gosh. There's so much to know about ph and probiotics and prebiotics and all of this stuff. And I think we should always ask the Browns on my mom would always ask for without the ph of products using because it's never really displayed. Really, clearly absolutely not such a difference. When you buy body wash from any brand, you'd have no idea what that is. And you need a pitch five. So, you know, I think you've consumers to ask you what industry will change because it's really reacting. Very tricky to inconceivable requests interesting. Okay. And what's products? I know you you've spoken that you want to do some feminine hygiene products. But what are the next plans for gallon? A what do you want to achieve from the brand? So I want to go everywhere while bacteria on your body. So that means that we just launched scalp care. Oh, I have to talk about that. I love it already. Oh, I love it. I have it in my shower. And I absolutely love it. I mean, of course, it doesn't foam. There's no foaming disturbing. But, but it's my best of products cleansing cream like people are buying it by two or three. Yes, seems to be really helping it's disturbing. But once you get used to it. It's not disturbing at all. It feels nice your hair feels clean and guys love it. Yes. Even if she doesn't guys loves from us is love it. You know, I've tested on every guy. I've had in my shower, and they all seem positive about it. So that's good. And what other products? Do you have? You've got the face vinegar. You've got all those ones. We've the mask is amazing his cool. So yeah, really vinegar serum zone teaching serum. I really love it. So concentrated bacteria inside which makes me really happy. So yes, kelp care. We just launch good litter. Ph balancings pray for your hair, which is working really well as a finishing, touch, and yeah, I'm working on the. Working on a lot of new bacteria zones, which you some some particular to try..

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"genoese" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"The Dan aim the Dan Le anyways Gabriel, democracy Genoese lawyer witnessed literal launch the dead just leave recorded the first account of the plague attack in Europe. He later wrote this I. This account thirteen forty eight the dying Tatas stunned stupefied by the mainstay of the disaster. Brought about by the disease realizing that they had no hope of escape lost interest in the siege. But they ordered corpses to be placed in catapults and loud into the city in the hope that the intolerable stench would kill everyone inside would seem like mountains of dead with thrown into the city and the Christians could not hide flee or escape from them. Although they dumped as many bodies as they could into the sea as soon as the rotting corpses tainted the air and poisoned the water supply. And the stench was so over well-meaning that holiday one in several thousand one is position to flee. The remains of the Totta army. Moreover, one infected man could carry the poison to others and infect people in places with the disease by look alone. No, one knew or could discover a means defense men that had been so crazy, right? You just trying to get these bodies in the sea and dump them to get away from these keep launching one after another loud. The Charlie fire the Charlie load the Dennis fire. Dennis just fucking body after body like stopped fucking towing. You're on us. Poor Genoese Bassim and fighting the Mongols off, you know for for years reinforcements com. They still control the shipping lanes and the Black Sea Morales, you know, high for a while. And then these mongo Sunday Business are flinging dead into the city dead with dark, purple or black lumps all of their bodies rotting fingers. Just a stench just as permeates everything just amend the shock, and gore and horror of it all and suddenly within a few days, maybe a week or a month or so tops after the first body splash against or streets, one of their own get sick, really sick the lumps. They've seen on the enemy corpses. Now appears on one of them soon. They see other plague signs coughing up blood skin turning black then often within a day of showing symptoms Genoese dying the corpses. Adding to the corpses. Still literally being flung on them. The horror of the black death has hit Europe in what inter Matic fashion, an early thirteen forty seven Genoese merchants begin to try and flee the death and despair cover getting their boats flicking, let's get outta here. This is a terrible place to be they sail back towards. And they bring the nightmare with them and greatly. Accelerated the spread of the disease in Europe on may of thirteen forty seven Italian shifts from kaffa Coppa arrived in Constantinople with the black death on board. The ethnic breaks loose there in early July in North Africa and the Middle East plague arrives around September first heavy made it to Cleopatra's, oh, hang out of Alexandria, via you know, merchant ship coming out of Constantinople spreads from Constantinople to various other European meta training commercial hubs in the fall of thirteen. Forty seven reaches Marseille a seaport in southeast France. By about the second week of September and November thirteen forty seven Genoese merchants. Fleeing kava have made it to their hometowns of Genoa and Venice with the plague on board by the time. They arrived almost no one is still alive on the ship ships ships of the dead and dying arriving in Italian ports, like something out of Topi and horror movie, the deeply religious Christians of the area must have been thinking. This was the end of times got his come back, and he's very angry on their on their way. Home shift some Gino also contaminate Florence's seaport city of pizza. And then all these great commercials cities imports quickly launched the disease via inland, traveling merchants to to most of the rest of Europe certain out of the way towns would be completely left alone. Right. Little rural villages had you know, very little contact with the outside world. Some of them would be spared entirely. Other towns would be viscera and just fucking wiped off the map and a few mere months to plague spread throughout all Italy. Have Spain France down the coast of del Mesa on the Adriatic Sea and north into Germany spray was alarming speed through Tuscany to Florence CNN and Rome when the pestilence reached Milan..

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"genoese" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Now Lincoln the episode description time now for reels for the time so timely. Wrap on those boots soldier where marching down a time summertime line. Thirteen forty six siege of kaffa this word. Today's times begins even though the black death was likely not the first outbreak of the plague bacteria to hit Europe. We'll discuss other historical outbreaks briefly after today's time line the little city Kafka is known presently as Fedosseeva of fail fail. Does Lia a port and resort town of about seventy thousand people on the Crimea peninsula and the Black Sea. It's across the black seat of the north from present day Turkey sits in an area that has long been under dispute when it comes to who rules it even now the pencil is torn between Russia and Ukraine to Russia. Annexed it in two thousand fourteen with the with an annexation that has been disputed by many disputed by many to this day back in the mid fourteenth century the area was ruled by the Mongols kind of the Mongols the Mongol empire fractured in the mid thirteenth century. And this area was ruled by one of the Konitz the golden horde. This was ruled by the the the totters allies of the Mongols who originated in present day. Russia essentially was still culturally Mongol. Well, it's complicated. And it's not necessarily diving today. I don't want our our history buffs to wig out when I say Mongol in place of torture. But that's what's going to happen. If you dig into the deter Mongol is usually used. Yeah. I know I know, but the term still works, and I like the word Mongol more than like the word torture. I don't like saying it tighter. Are you taught her are you do you like do you like totters sounds? We're the Mongols sorry of your daughter. The mongo's in late thirteenth century had had allowed a group of Italian traders from the Republic of Genoa to establish a trading settlement of copper, and it became very successful. Everyone made a lot of money except the slaves were traded out of this port. They of course, made zero money and treated horribly always terrible to be safe, cough, virtually monopolized trade in the Black Sea region became a major seaport housing one of Europe's largest slave markets. The Mongols benefitted immensely from the Genoese businesses in the bustling city as earned them access to Italy's largest commercial center stimulated trade across his vast empire. An empire that put it in contact with that damn plague bacteria the plague may originated in the Gobi desert of the far east. East covers parts of northern and northwestern China some of southern Mongolia a land ruled by the Mongols local nomads had known for centuries to avoid the rats of this area. There's a chance of disease of all the being in this area had been killing the occasional nomad for hundreds of hundreds of years and Mongol trade routes may have brought the bacteria east from this desert to the shores of the Black Sea, many of the Mongols in this in the area had been practicing Muslims from the twelve hundred on and the Genoese merchants were Christians and occasionally religious differences led to conflicts one of these conflicts would lead to the black plague European outbreak shocking, right? Wait, wait a minute. That's that's so weird us aware that one people who believed that there should be called. This name would fight and kill other people who believe that there should be called that name. Crazy. I'd be curious to see how many people have died fighting in battles that were primarily religious conflicts over the entirety of the world's history. I bet over a billion, and that's not a shot of religion. We didn't have religion to fight over. I'm positive. We would find. Or would have found historically some other reason to kill each other mates ax. We can be such a short-sighted, greedy bloodthirsty bunch thirteen forty three. There was a fight between Genoese Christians and local Muslims in another Genoese post on the Black Sea present in present day as of Russia and a local Muslim ended up dead and some Genoese Christians were blamed, and they didn't feel like sticking around to see how trial would play out. So they fled the walled..

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"genoese" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"There's always something new to explore so much content. I recommend right now. Their course on the black death in the fourteenth century, the play killed seventy five million people over the course of ten years, devastating, villages and cities alike. Smashing social and economic economic hierarchies into smithereens. Leaving it survivors in a world completely transformed. Professor Dorsey Armstrong. HD? She puts on a hell of a presentation on this subject that I hope we suck sooner or later on this show. Didn't know that the play started in Asia before it reached Europe before the series. I enjoy lecture for the black desk ports of entry. I learned this just thirty thirty one minute lecture that the plague moved into Europe via modern day Italy, which was a collection of various city states when the plane hit not a unified country in twelve sixty six some Genoese merchants from the Italian peninsula had established trade with other merchants in Kafka on the Korean peninsula and the Black Sea and thirteen forty six the Mongols laid siege to the city of Kafka and tried to take it, but the plague stepped in and stopped their efforts instead of giving up to the Mongols engaged in some of the most insane biological warfare. If not the most insane I've ever read about these these Travis these catapults to launch plague infected corpses over the walls of the city inside to you know, to to infect the city inside behind the walls. And this was Europe's first contact with the plate. And then when the siege continued, some, Geno. Emergency on the high tail it out the city still under attack. They they make it back the Italian peninsula, but get very sick along the way not knowing their infected with the plague and they lived just long enough to make back to Genoa and begin the mass infection of all of Europe..

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"genoese" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg world headquarters in a tweet Tesla's CEO Elon Musk says changing the way he works is not an option Mosk was responding to Uber technologies board, member area Huffington an open. Letter from Huffington to musk accused him of quote demonstrating a wildly outdated anti-scientific and horribly inefficient way of using human energy it. Follows an interview with the New York Times last week in. Which musk said he'd just been through the most difficult and painful year of his career in the race to meet tesla. Production targets tesla shares. Plunged eight point nine percent on Friday musk sparked controversy by tweeting August seventh that he had funding secure to take tesla private. The company later received a subpoena from the SEC over the tweet Italy's Benetton family is best known for its clothing line but, now the Benetton's are the focus, of public outrage over the deadly collapsed Tuesday of. Genoese Morandi bridge That disaster threatens part of the families other much more profitable business. Running Italian airports turnpike's and roadside diners leading members of Italy's new government have begun. The process of, revoking the lucrative toll license held by Lancia SPA. As the family controlled company that, operated the bridge and wants its chief dismissed the CEO of, Maersk the world's biggest, shipping company weighs in on tariffs and their effect on the US economy. Soren scou- says the US could take a hit to annual trade growth of three to four percent and the impact on the rest of.

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"genoese" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The island of corsica he's born to carlo his his father and maria latisha his mother corsica whoever is important to understand the man who becomes the leader of the french i begin however by welcoming andrew roberts congratulating him for his overwhelming work and then asking a bibliographical question andrew thirty three thousand letters much of it new much of it fresh information to torn out of the hands of the propaganda for the last two hundred years you read many of these letters you've managed to solve his handwriting what is it like to handle a letter written by napoleon in the heat of battle or trying to win josephine's attention a very good evening to you good evening john thank you very much indeed for letting me come on the show yes you're right it's it is a task their own enormous amounts many of them have been published before schools and and these are now published in the film festival napoleon's twelve volume series they're going to be many more volumes actually by the end of it but these thrill is actually touching letters that that napoleon wrote and i think she's many of them are in new york the the morgan library including some of the more erotic ones that he wrote to jason in the throes of passion when he say he was on campaign initially and it is really so exciting to to see them as i think you'll say mentioned they all very difficult deciphering the fact that he had the handwriting is a of drunken spider and so as a result you have to really sort of pulse out the sentences sometimes the education we're going to do young napoleon here is education is important because he's between several worlds corsica was part of gen the genoese empire for two hundred years prior to the french taking it over its italian it's french it's corsican and bonaparte napoleone represents those two traditions so let's begin this is a beautiful book it's magnificent and we're just focusing on the edge occasion the young napoleon his father carlo is he gentry is that important to napoleon story yes it's very important and he's in this sort of a number of between gentry which is a good word for it and the sort of lower aristocracy but they haven't got any money that grand because the family has been on on corsica at two hundred fifty years and they have the title of nobility but the poorest trash mice and so they're very proud of being able to eat their own olive oil and baked breads and all the fat so they had enough land to these that they didn't actually have any any catch the father makes a political decision napoleon is born in seventeen sixty nine and at this point there's turmoil on the island because the french are coming the french are coming and carlo bonaparte must choose between the patriots of corsica led by name eventually led by name man named powell but at this point there's also a sponsor they all worship and the french who land with thirty thousand troops on an island of one hundred and forty thousand people in seventeen seventy two and he dines with controversial does does napoleon regard his father as a quisling is that a doubt that hangs over him it is yes because apparently and of course young man at the suit of opposite becomes a great corsican nationalist follows paulie he feels emotionally that the french monsters to live as he said drowns my island in blood he was very hyperbolic young man and the thing is though that he also apostrophe him understands the ones penalty had left the island and the the patriots has been defeated the really there was no other possibility is all the others to have made his peace with the with the incoming french.

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"genoese" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on Historical Figures

"The departed from the coast of china to travel by sea but it was a harrowing journey they ran into storms and battled illness when the trip began the passengers and crew numbered several hundred by the time they reach their destination the port of horror moose in persia only eighteen people had survived fortunately one of them was the princess and three others were the polos the princess was delivered to her persian fiance and the couple were married meanwhile the polos continued on their way when there was another setback in turkey where genoese officials confiscated three quarters of the families wealth still the paulos kept going until finally over two years after leaving china they arrived back in venice it was twelve ninety five and after 24 years away from the canals the polls were home but it was not quite the home they remembered understandably after being away for so long there was going to be an adjustment period marco had left as a 17yearold he was now almost forty one he had to get used to the language his old friends and acquaintances the way of life that was so different from what he was accustomed to he felt more comfortable in the court of kubilay con than walking through his hometown there was also the matter of a war as is so often the case the republic of venice was at war with their rival city genoa rival cities yes like athens and sparta an ancient greece sore boston versus new york when the red sox play the yankees exactly a venice engine no had been battling for dominance of the mediterranean sea starting in the middle of the 13th century this was the second of what would be four wars between the two republics over one hundred and twentyfive years and twelve 94 a fleet from venice was destroyed by a force gathered from gin noah's eastern colonies and in 12 95 war was officially declared as a proud venetian end man of honour marco polo joined the fight he commanded a ship and led his sailors into battle but this war would favor the other side an marco polo was not the warrior that his friends the cons where marco was captured and thrown in a genoa prison.

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"genoese" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"It's really hard to say because everything was going right for me when you see out i'm gonna tell you messed a field goal in an extra point you know what's going right for the other team going right for you so um the only thing i kept thinking watching these guys get after you know there with uh scott told veen was what europe happy that allan donald actually played today because they couldn't block michael blockers because he couldn't walk uh uh townsville johore wilkie now imagine what what what aaron donald the best interior tackle with do against got off and so everything was going away only on those plays not genoese there's a lot going on on his offense a lot to think about and sometimes the guy's got caught watching the pain dry and they fall started uh so that's companies would get cleaned up before the most on often um a morphine the point he said it hit the wire uh that that care hawaii or the middle of the field venues edited that um we didn't see it down on the field but just those things do you need to clean up to to get ready for next week no doubt join camps the contract before he actually takes a snap well the the funny thing now this is what i ask guy white marshal ion murray fyona drew and i'll have you guys that have been in those situations before when i hear that aaron donald gonna play when he is ready um i take him at his work um i hope that he plays against washington i hope you can talk him into that but that contact with croatian isn't worked out east you're here now they've got him back in the building but this is not over so i hope he's ready to play.

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"genoese" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Cardinals looked to close the gap in the nl central holly the red birds continue their push to october taking on andrew mccutcheon in the pirates from williams fort home of the little league world series got turned around her cardinals pirates coverage starts at six eastern on espn radio down there a car on the pole please four demerode patino was heat the tipping point on them tearing so good number was that the tipping point was that right in the middle of the both of the started to get together for the first time so are you saying he was really good i was a bit underrated my expectations were so high for them over it with this and radio on espn mm ladies and gentlemen welcome back to the right my name is fullbody jones thanks for listening audience the and radio indeed he is speaking at august let us on the shelf in zilt performance line thanks to howard bryant vsb andrew joining us last segment tune into an analyst central rive real sunday night baseball's power brazil's the causes laugh williams port coverage of sunday night baseball begin the six pm eastern on espn radio espn radio dot com and espn act aimed at seven pm on espn genoese port luik exactly that's.

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"genoese" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To mall i gotta move before laura has their party wgn weather today love you laura mostly cloudy scattered showers are possible i throughout the day high of 84 tonight's low sixty end friday a cool off a spotty shower possible only a high of sixty nine on friday day saturday sunny skies with highs in the low to mid 70s at both days right now partly sunny at o'hare 75 same at midway and along chicago's lakefront seventy six degrees next knew that it will be a ten o'clock get chicago news first at the top of every hour i'm andrea derlis on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn live from the all showcase studio this is the steve cochran show chicago's very own seven twenty wgn of course of out of office easily celebrating our thirty of birthday and what is your third issue the third on twitter today gives you have any misuse can you might wanna mention to are also the well she doesn't share of birthday with him but today's tom brady's 40th birth i know she's a big tom brady fit either he goes more than fan soldier i forget us it's dark thing she issued a sucker and he's lucky to average dot com china's friends with lower caldwell yes she is shoko the party i like ford ariana go to look at oracles and could relatives that ever sheikh represent all of us no what's up buddy it's doug very time in our friend nick is outside the studio michigan avenue and if i could figure out how to turn this insane had anmesty nick are you nobody house doug derby oh that skirted are the ducks in the water yoder's extolled stalled ago a one o'clock all right i seer and nikko you ban i'm doing great did you compete in this special olympics this year areas gene oh god done so golfer again hey how everybody go service and andrea's here usually a coming to hear you try to make years or your genoese lee your way there so.

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"genoese" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"Everyone likes best identity he could put on anything from eggs to bagels it's a multi purpose food have you ever applied pesto to can only know i haven't been i'm sure it's delicious but uh it's a little known fact that actually passed a levers can't bring it on the plane because it's technically a liquid but that's all about to change yeah that was particular problem at genoa airports tourist forgetting that pesto is done he points out liquid and tons the stuff ends up in the security bins what a tragedy donny now genoa's airport has lifted the ban on liquids on board provided we're talking pesto monaco's run correspondent david pleasant told him a nelson all about it it was a pretty big problem if you considered the airport officials said that they were having to get rid of something like five hundred jaws a year which is an inconsiderable amounts of waste wouldn't say anti i'm not five hundred people that are appropriate bit upset at having to dispose of perfectly goods edible no doubt delicious pusta are i'm it's a small problem but it's got a lot of attention especially broach so i think it's a bit of a boon for the city of genoa nothing if done rather well indeed eight eating you suddenly realise where pesto comes from the reminded i should say reminded and that provenance of the pesto is actually really vital to this story genoa airport have insisted that the pesto has to be made in genoa which is quite a big deal a lot of the italian but nonetheless lome genoese pest does not made in general so the big brands like sucked law or other factually may brands a not permitted on this lifting off the liquids ban so as long as you pesto is made in the city and that includes homemade the apple officials have have included people knew it might maybe the mom or dad have made a nice pesto for them to take back to wherever they live took this applies to is very helpful for genoese themselves who perhaps want to take a but taste of home away with them so that's how strict sabanis that'd be nuts left my job gaping simply because i have never considered the taking a mixture of basil olive oil garlic can pam is an and pi nuts i think it is.

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"genoese" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"And it is really exciting to defeat them and i think you'll see mentioned they all have some very difficult decipher a fact that he had the handwriting of a of a drunken bida and so as a result you have to really uh sort of pulse out of the education we're going to do young napoleon here in his education is important because he's between several worlds corsica was part of gen the genoese empire for two hundred years prior to the french taking it over its italian its french it's corsican and bonaparte napoleon represents those two traditions so let's begin this is a beautiful book it's magnificent and we're just focusing on the education the young napoleon in his father carlo is he gentry is that important to napoleon story yet very important 'em he should have number up between gin tree is a good word for it and the could have laura aristocracy but they haven't got any money that grand because the family has been on uh on corsica two hundred fifty years and they have the tycoon of bill liffe but come but the poorest church mice and so although they don't they're they're very proud of being able to eat their own uh olive oil and the baked bread and old of bad for they had enough land that these that they can actually have any uh any cash the father makes a political decision napoleon is born seventeen sixty.

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"genoese" Discussed on The Critical Path

The Critical Path

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"genoese" Discussed on The Critical Path

"Uh you'll unglued burundian about fourteen now he up fourteen fifty idaho which is cook these great time by the way fourteen a lot hammer team hundreds in a lot of those a lot going on and dr renaissance kicking often and um and like a like a lot of things it was it was invented a germany but at the time the early adopters were were the talibans are because the italian city states were just uh the the silicon valley of the time are the uh uh the the place in from there came a much art that we remember today um you know of the renaissance art but also all the great is like columbus and and on cabot extremism italian giovanni kuboto uh vespucci who gave his name to america are those early talent and from end to end so so italy was where a lot of commerce was mistaking place banking in the counting was being revolutionized in uh florence and uh venice respectively are and these were kind of many times of war with each other the genoese hated the venetian fought each other almost to the death um the the you know all the city citystate's that were were uh were fighting amongst each other but at the same time doing a great deal of business and uh and so they adopted the the printing press off for commercial reasons are they were building mostly using them to print uh uh sales material uh if you can imagine that because the uh would survives well we think of is the gutenberg bible.

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