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Fresh update on "gregory" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"One. I'm Michael closure from the 24 hour news room crews are trying to get control over a fast moving wildfire that's burned at least 10,000 acres near Lake Hughes. The flames tore through thousands of acres in just under two hours. Characteristics of the smoke and the way is shot straight up with suggest that there was probably no wind when it happened, right? Correct. There actually was a little breeze in the canyon. And when I say a breeze, I consider a breeze probably being about 6 to 10 miles per hour intermittently with maybe Gus to 12 Seneca Smiths of Italian chief with the Angeles National Forest and says the fire began in an abandoned recreation center on federal land, and she says the cause of the fire is suspicious. The other county sheriff's Department ordered mandatory evacuations for homes along Lake Hughes Road. Temporary shelters been set up in Highland Park High School in Palmdale at Lake Castaic. Steve Gregory can find news protesters say Orange County D a start, Todd Spitzer used a mass murder case for political gain. Paul Wilson's wife was one of eight people killed at the salon in 2011. He says the video shows Spitzer praising the two prosecutors who botched the case. He said they were unfairly blamed.
Mid-Air Collision - Alaska
"Was a mid air collision of two airplanes near these sold DOT NA airport. On the Peninsula of Alaska near Anchorage. On Friday of last week, killing seven people including a Kaanai lawmaker. A single engine to have lengthy HCC to beaver was involved in the crash which carried six people fifty-seven-year-old Gregory Bell of soul, DOT NA. Forty year old Guy David Rogers of us and South Carolina residents. Caleb. hosie had their Halsey, McKay? Halsey. And Kirsten right according to the LASCA state troopers the only person in the other plane a single engine. Piper PA. Was Sixty three year old state representative Gary Nop of by troopers federal aviation officials said. Six people were confirmed dead at the scene while one person died on the to the central Peninsula hospital in an ambulance. federal NTSB was recovering the two planes and the NTSB Alaska chief. Clint. Johnson said. Well. That's what he said Saturday, the agency help to be finished with recovery efforts by the end of Saturday and the goal is to bring the two planes to secure location in the West Selah area by the way this is from. A local news outlet A D. N. dot com whatever that stands for. So High Adventure Air Charter on Friday posted a message on its website confirming that one of its aircraft was involved in the crash. At, this time high adventure air is working to support families involved in his working with the National Transportation Safety. Board, who is investigating the in the accident? Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the families involved in this tragic accident. Bell the beavers pilot was part of the family owns and operates high adventure air charter based on long near Lake in sold out now. The business offers fishing hunting, bear viewing and glacier tour trips as well as custom charters. The charter plane which was equipped with floats took off from Long Mirror Lake and was headed to the west side of Cook Inlet. The. Piper PAC twelve was equipped with wheels and took off from the sold in the airport but investigators do not know yet where it was headed. Interrupted your first second other pipers that onto quit with wheels the ones that have floats apparently Okay. I kinda struck me. Kind of struck me as odd as well. Must Pipers I think that's a fair statement. Most pipers have wheels. But apparently, because the the BEAVER was float. Float equipped beaver. They felt like they had to. Put that make that point. Okay. That's I could have just said that took off from the Saldana airport not the like. Ben. Anyway. Witnesses. DESCRIBE THE MID air collision, which they say produced a tooth rattling sound and sent debris flying. Alaska State Trooper said they began getting reports of the crash two miles northeast of sultanas airport just before eight thirty in the morning on Friday, most of the wreckage landed about two hundred yards from the road, which was closed briefly to safety concerns and Deborah's are debris. National Weather. Service. Reports from the Sultana airport for Friday morning show clear visibility with broken clouds at ten thousand and four, thousand, five, hundred feet. So anyway, they're still investigating why the collision occurred. and. That's all they have. So it's amazing. How often you get close to alluring craft Pakeha you haven't spotted them and most of these occasions just give everyone a bit of a fright when you get very close about. The advent of eighty s be for everybody is going to help these situations but quite honestly The best thing to do is just keep head out of the cup used them Wanna eyeball but of course, has limitations We all know that. Sudan you know we were. Really through. Our evolution sensory systems are is already designed to pick up moving targets and If you're on a collision course with someone, they don't actually move relative to you because you're a collision course if they moved then you'd easily tell are either gonNA in front of you behind you above you will below you'll whatever. So something that's completely stationary in your windshield pups just adult initially is she knows very easy victory for peripheral vision to pick up. So does it starts to move one direction or another that you attention is attracted to it. You can say if you look directly at it with the the highest acuity portion of your eye, which those is, you know it's about the size of your fist held on link. It's not a very big piece of your eye. Which is why it's important to scan the sky. All the time particularly in the areas when you'll vulnerable. To Collisions talking about three o'clock tonight. but you know it is possible papal creep up from behind you take a look out there occasionally and do so insect chosen to do. So with discipline so that you can cover the entire sky and bear in mind that it's very easy if you're looking into an empty sky, feel is to focus backwards towards you. And longer be stretched out at infinity. So there's less chance of your actually seeing the thing you're looking for. If you find yourself staring at the windshield, you'd be looking out the window too long glance out something that's more about video forty feet from you usually the ground or cloud or something, and then restart
Torrance Police Arrest 2 People Suspected Of Vandalizing Car, Yelling ‘White Lives Matter’, Los Angeles
"A married couple for a hate crime where they yelled on Lee White lives matter and then did a Nazi salute. Police arrested Gregory and Rachel how for the July 22nd incident, which has been seen by countless people in a viral video that was taken by the victims. The victim couple was in a vehicle behind a truck at a stop light near Artie. Asian Prairie. Police say video shows a woman getting out of the passenger side of the truck in front of them and going up to the victims and yelling. Moments later, a man gets out of the truck ahead and doesn't Nazi hand salute in front of the victims before he gets a shovel and hits the victim's vehicle several times as they try to drive off. In the video. One of the victims appears to be black towards police arrested the couple Friday. Emily
Florida couple jailed for breaking COVID-19 quarantine
"Taking covert 19 quarantine orders seriously your CBS News correspondent Jim Krystle to residents of the Florida Keys, a 24 year old man and 26 year old woman. Have been jailed for refusing to quarantine after testing positive for Corona virus, Someone video the couple out in about and gave the evidence to police in Key West and in Florida's Broward County. The sheriff there says he'll continue to crack down on large gathering, Sheriff Gregory Tony's department has given out more than 200 citations. For such parties at 2
Very different, symbolic hajj in Saudi Arabia amid virus
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Trump defends disproved COVID-19 treatment
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AMC, Universal agree to shrink theatrical window to 17 days
"The after president an there's head alleged of been months the U. an trump's S. agreement assault of park reelection protests police between against in campaign the and Portland top the comedian the studio U. Oregon S. is Attorney denying will and not General a a allegations leading source be tells movie prosecuted are the denying theater Associated it allegations chain funneled Press on how by the trump one to house release hundred Democrats administration prosecutors seventy movies that in million New has the action started Orleans dollars at talks say Lafayette they will to to not square find it's an be advisor's a following on a sign way June to first of draw up changing companies on down a case times was the presence a test in to which of avoid because federal a run man for allegedly of the agents disclosing the deployment response knocked of to federal the campaign corona out agency comedian virus spending forces pandemic Andy against Dick protesters AMC the nonpartisan theatres during nationally the dispute group in Universal campaign at a the night head Studios club of legal the U. last S. center park August have a police senior reached filed Gregory administration a deal a complaint video Monahan to shorten recorded official with the the Federal is length denying outside who of spoke time Election that of his French on officers the that condition Commission Quarter a movie nightclub can of turned anonymity play describing shows on exclusively protesters Dick stressed it being as a laundering near knocked in to the the theaters White Associated out House effort cold to Press the by clear during new the window trump that the the confrontation the talks area campaign for with seventeen a the photo office accused authorities event of of days Oregon's illegally by considered president democratic hiding drastically filing trump governor millions a there case Kate down is one of brown from dollars hundred but ninety percent officials or in in the zero spending early now which say stages had from the been former the public standard okay star scrutiny relation the store for of the how says sitcom long between the a by trump movie routing newsradio administration stays exclusively our the money operation is to indicated firms has in not the theater linked it cooperated could and reduce the to president's former until the presence campaign visit so now to they of the the manager federal can church large go agents chains forward appearing Brad such at if Parscale the same as the the AMC state DA's hearing steps office major up would says item a its campaign refuse if to own mark enforcement he spokesman all does to of the Army screen decide National says president films Guard to there reach trump was told out has to no lawmakers continued that the office don't wrongdoing again he get was to along criticize surprised theatrical an local and office when that park authorities American run cooperation police for officers made before their handling media going on consultants certainly of the to the case protests video mobilized was over could on formed racial demand to be drive revived to injustice cut ott hundreds streaming out of that the services protesters middle began on Oscar man after wells from George for the Gabriel the new advertising square Floyd's deal will death cover use in films Minneapolis purchases of force like against the fast demonstrators meanwhile another and furious the the American firm clearing franchise civil operation has liberties been used Jurassic union to pay in was the Oregon an Park salaries unnecessary is filed and of a the motion despicable trump escalation alleging insiders me that series federal Attorney including over General agents the next the William in wife Portland three Barr of years trump's testifying are attacking son in I'm a journalists Eric different Oscar house wells and Gabriel and hearing other the girlfriend observers says the decision of with Donald right to clear protesters control junior munitions was campaign independent despite legal of a center federal trump's court photo says op it ordering leaves that's voters that them last in had the dark nothing week to to about do stop with entities that Barr said working the plan for to the trump move protesters campaign I'm Jennifer from Lafayette what king they square do was solidified and how much during an they're afternoon paid meeting with multiple Jackie agencies Quinn Washington Jennifer king Washington
No prosecution in alleged 2019 assault on comedian Andy Dick
"The after president an head alleged of months the U. trump's S. assault of park reelection protests police against in campaign and Portland the comedian the U. Oregon S. is Attorney denying will not General a allegations source be tells prosecuted are the denying Associated it allegations funneled Press by the trump one house hundred Democrats administration prosecutors seventy that in million New has the action started Orleans dollars at talks say Lafayette they will to to not square find an be advisor's following on a way June to first draw up companies on down a case was the presence a test in to which of avoid federal a run man for allegedly the agents disclosing deployment knocked of federal campaign out agency comedian spending forces Andy against Dick protesters the nonpartisan during nationally the dispute group campaign at a the night head club of legal the U. last S. center park August a police senior filed Gregory administration a complaint video Monahan recorded official with the Federal is denying outside who spoke Election that of his French on officers the condition Commission Quarter nightclub of turned anonymity describing shows on protesters Dick stressed it being as a laundering near knocked to the the White Associated out House effort cold to Press by clear during the trump that the the confrontation the talks area campaign for with a the photo office accused authorities event of of Oregon's illegally by considered president democratic hiding filing trump governor millions a there case Kate is one of brown dollars hundred but percent officials or in in the zero spending early now say stages from the former public okay star scrutiny relation the store of the says sitcom between the by trump routing newsradio administration our the money operation is to indicated firms has not linked it cooperated could and reduce the to president's former the presence campaign visit so to they of the manager federal can church go agents forward appearing Brad at if Parscale the same the the state DA's hearing steps office major up says item a its campaign if to own mark enforcement he spokesman all does of the Army decide National says president Guard to there reach trump was told out has to no lawmakers continued the office wrongdoing again he was to criticize surprised an local and office when that park authorities American cooperation police for officers made their handling media consultants certainly of the the case protests mobilized was over could formed racial to be drive revived to injustice cut hundreds out of that the protesters middle began on Oscar man after wells from George for Gabriel the advertising square Floyd's death use in Minneapolis purchases of force against demonstrators meanwhile another the the American firm clearing civil operation has liberties been used union to pay in was the Oregon an salaries unnecessary is filed of a motion trump escalation alleging insiders that federal Attorney including General agents the William in wife Portland Barr of trump's testifying are attacking son in a journalists Eric different house and and hearing other the girlfriend observers says the decision of with Donald right to clear protesters control junior munitions was campaign independent despite legal of a center federal trump's court photo says op it ordering leaves that's voters that them last in had the dark nothing week to to about do stop with entities that Barr said working the plan for to the trump move protesters campaign I'm Jennifer from Lafayette what king they square do was solidified and how much during an they're afternoon paid meeting with multiple Jackie agencies Quinn Washington Jennifer king Washington
Watchdog group: Trump campaign improperly masking payments
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Source: US, Oregon in talks about pulling agents in Portland
"The after head of months the U. S. of park protests police in and Portland the U. Oregon S. Attorney General a source tells are the denying Associated allegations Press by the trump house Democrats administration that has the action started at talks Lafayette to square find on a way June to first draw down was the presence a test of federal run for the agents deployment of federal agency forces against protesters nationally the head of the U. S. park a police senior Gregory administration Monahan official is denying who spoke that his on officers the condition of turned anonymity on protesters stressed near to the the White Associated House to Press clear that the the talks area for with a the photo office event of Oregon's by president democratic trump governor there Kate is one brown hundred percent or in the zero early stages okay relation the store says between the trump administration our operation is indicated it could and reduce the president's the presence visit to of the federal church agents appearing at if the same the state hearing steps major up item its to own mark enforcement all of the Army National president Guard trump told has lawmakers continued he was to criticize surprised local when park authorities police for officers their handling certainly of the protests mobilized over racial to drive injustice hundreds of that protesters began after from George the square Floyd's death use in Minneapolis of force against demonstrators meanwhile the the American clearing civil operation liberties union in was Oregon an unnecessary is filed a motion escalation alleging that federal Attorney General agents William in Portland Barr testifying are attacking in a journalists different house and hearing other observers says the decision with right to clear protesters control munitions was independent despite of a federal trump's court photo op ordering that's that them last had nothing week to to do stop with that Barr said the plan to move protesters I'm Jennifer from Lafayette king square was solidified during an afternoon meeting with multiple agencies Jennifer king Washington
Contentious 5-hour House hearing with AG William Barr concludes
"Attorney General William Bar, spending several hours on the hot seat in front of the House Judiciary Committee. One of the top issues was the Trump Administration's handling of the protesting in Portland and other major cities where they sent federal officers to contain any violence. CBS News correspondent Skylar Henry's on Capitol Hill Attorney General William Barr delivered a full throated defense of federal officers response to protesters in Portland. Since when is it okay to tryto burned down a federal court? Is that okay? Hey, Democrats accused bar of using federal officers to help the president look tough on crime. President wants footage for his campaign ads and you appear to be serving it up to him as ordered. In most of these cities, the protests had begun to wind down before you marched in and confront the protesters. George Lord's death under the knee of a police officer sparked the protests. But the nation's top law enforcement officer His police are not the problem. This is Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, A DC National Guard officer Adam DeMarco was in Lafayette Square the evening of June 1st and says a park police warning did go out to protesters. But the announcements were barely audible, and I saw no indication that the demonstrators were cognizant of the warnings to disperse. He also tells a house panel he was deeply disturbed by the rapid sweep of the area that included pepper spray and some officers using their shields on a crowd that he viewed as peaceful. But acting Park police chief Gregory Monahan's As protesters had been violent that day and defends the quick action so offense could be put up. In the hours after President Trump walked across the park and held up a Bible outside of ST John's Church, there is 100% 0 correlation between our operation and the president's visit to the
Barr, Park Police distance Trump from clearing of protesters
"The head of the U. S. park police and the U. S. Attorney General are denying allegations by house Democrats that the action at Lafayette square on June first was a test run for the deployment of federal agency forces against protesters nationally the head of the U. S. park police Gregory Monahan is denying that his officers turned on protesters near the White House to clear the area for a photo event by president trump there is one hundred percent zero okay relation between our operation and the president's visit to the church appearing at the same hearing major item to mark all of the Army National Guard told lawmakers he was surprised when park police officers certainly mobilized to drive hundreds of protesters from the square use of force against demonstrators the clearing operation was an unnecessary escalation Attorney General William Barr testifying in a different house hearing says the decision to clear protesters was independent of trump's photo op that's that had nothing to do with that Barr said the plan to move protesters from Lafayette square was solidified during an afternoon meeting with multiple agencies Jennifer king Washington
AG William Barr spars with House Democrats over federal agents in Portland
"Attorney General William Barr delivered a full throated defense of federal officers response to protesters in Portland. Since when is it okay to try to burn down a federal court? Is that okay? Democrats accused bar of using federal officers to help the president look tough on crime President wants footage for his campaign is and you appear to be serving it up to him as ordered. In most of these cities, the protests had begun to wind down before you marched in and confront the protesters. George Boyd's death under the knee of a police officer sparked the protests. But the nation's top law enforcement officer These police are not the problem Bar also defending the decision to clear Lafayette Square of protesters on June 1st Lafayette Square, of course, right in front of the White House. It is a fact that the park police reported and I saw myself projectiles being thrown. From that crowd, so I did not consider them peace away. And in a different hearing today, the acting chief of the U. S. Park police, Gregory Monahan, told a different house panel. His out. Officers acted with what he calls tremendous restraint moving those journalists and those
Democrats press defiant attorney general on response to protests, intervention in high-profile cases
"D D C C happening happening right right now now into into the the use use of of federal federal agents agents at at protests. protests. Attorney Attorney General General Bill Bill Bar Bar this this hour hour continues continues to to testify testify before before House House lawmakers lawmakers He's He's defending defending the the aggressive aggressive federal law enforcement response to civil unrest across the country in places like Portland, Oregon. Our Steve Dorsey is following the Attorney General Bill Bar, who defended the Trump administration's response to protests in places like Portland, Oregon. It is by any An assault on the government of the United States. German New York Democrat Jerry Nadler said bars response to the riots is just one example of him, enabling President Trump's alleged misconduct your time in the department. You have aided and abetted the worst failings of the president. As for the clearing of Washington's Lafayette Square of protesters, acting U. S. Park police chief Gregory Monahan testified this way in these instances we have an obligation to protect the safety of peaceful demonstrators. Maintain law and order and keep our law enforcement officers safe on that Piper the Trump administration is
Brewers fall late to Pirates after squandering 4-run lead
"Pirates play the brewers last night it was. Four to one excuse me five. The one pirates going into the top of the ninth, it was five to five after the end of nine, and it was sixty five Milwaukee at the end of eleven, the bullpen, leading one get away a particularly Michael, felise and Kyle Creek eventually driving us, never asked us was charged with the loss he got the task of pitching in the extra innings where they put a guy on second base with nobody out to start things. Baseball's gimmick associated with its restart partway, a couple of home runs from Com Moran his second and third of the season and they. They got Gregory Allocco into the lineup. He came off the code list and served as the H.. The pirates sent Jason Martin and outfielder to the tune of training camp to make room for PA- Lago on the Roster Bucks'll try to get against the brewers tonight Josh Lindblom. Against Derek Colin, it'll be Holland's first appearance in a Pittsburgh uniform on the field, but not his first notable achievement. He took care of that on Sunday and Saint Louis when he got thrown out of the pirates, cardinals game while he was sitting in the stands, not playing, he got heaved for arguing balls and strikes. HOLID-. spent some time yesterday detailing how that went down. All Man not just He was Kinda low radically zone so just. Typical Yellen out at the fire You know. It was just one of those things I am. What I said I don't know if I can technically repeat. Let's just say there was an f-bomb in there, so it was like. Let's go but f-bomb in there somewhere. but he pointed into the Dugout and I know it's Shelton had been maybe some of the other guys I'm not exactly sure who, but I know feel. The guys were Chirpin Animas as well so I thought that he thought it came from there so I automatically stood up and yelled real loud. It's me and Sosie saw that I got the the permission to leave. So, he tossed me and then I said Okay and I walked out. but hey rallied the troops. That's what you know. That's what it's all about. We got the W out of it. The guy's got got going I mean we scored three runs at right after that, so you're welcome.
National Guard major will dispute decision to clear protesters near White House in Washington, DC
"On Army National Guard officers prepared to tell Congress the effort to clear protesters for a presidential photo op. A church last month in D. C was unnecessary. The acting chief of the U. S. Park Police. Gregory Monahan defends it. My testimony to you today is our operation on June 1st was solely based on an effort to de escalate the violence de escalating the violence. Does not mean standing, You know men swinging their batons and using pepper spray 40 minutes prior to a curfew.
City Of Los Angeles To Establish Community Safety Partnership Bureau With LAPD
"Created a new bureau to oversee community safety partnerships, and the bureau's new deputy chief, is a moderating a reading one of those officers that really truly models. And values the relationship building that is so important to building a strong community policing after a Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez chairs the council's public safety committee, and says additional CSP surround the city mean more officers dedicated to neighborhoods that need more attention from law enforcement authority with the CSP is to build that fundamental trust Eve. Gregory can find news. You may
76 demonstrators arrested after shutting down Market Street as part of Breonna Taylor protests
"Continues into the officer involved death of Rianna Taylor Her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, is bracing for another weekend of demonstrations and protests. Louisville police leaders say they have briefed federal agencies on the rally but have not asked for them to intervene. The city's city's metro metro police police major major Aubrey Aubrey Gregory, Gregory, says says he he has has now now heard heard from from several several groups groups who'd who'd tell tell him him they they do do not not plan plan any any violence. violence. This This point. point. I I have have no no expectations expectations based based off communications with him or any of the other groups have spoken that they're going to be any violence. They've all told me, that's not what they're coming. That's not their intention. Thousands of protesters were taken into custody after they marched through Louisville's knew Lou district yesterday afternoon. Police said Protesters were largely peaceful, but they did break the law when they set a barrels and other obstacles on market street to try and block off an area of the road for their ongoing demonstrations.
"gregory" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News
"Hundred kilometers a so they also have an they sort of radio faultlines in lose well so there there are faults occurring to and is by looking at those structures that you can get. As to how long ago the activity ceased and Thank you, Gregory, the the one of the work, basically one of the authors of this work somebody called an girl. Has said a work shows that some of the interior. Is still able to reach the surface. Even today Venus is clearly not so geologically dead or domes as previously old. Sorry about that? Having.
El Hilo: Walking to Venezuela
"We are back with translation from NPR Gregory Warner. You could say this story begins with a coat of house paint. There's a New Year's tradition in Venezuela to repaint one's house. Every December the holdover from win Venezuela was one of the richest countries in Latin. America families had money for these sort of luxuries. Caroliina order pays out, remembers the very first December that they did not have enough money for paint. The But I in her husband Orlando took it hard. Anthony Maheen NOPAL blessed, don't. Like US Orlando Pimentel was a civil servant at Venezuela wet, a lot of people working for him. He led an anti corruption investigation unit in the work. Itself could be frustrating. He'd collect all this evidence of corruption. No one would actually go to jail to instead. Orlando put his creative energy into cooking. His sons sort of Foodie. and He loves food, says he loved not only planning the meals, but serving them is a person that you would invite to your house for dinner and he ends up taking the Apron and taking the the knife from you. And you're like. Hey, how're Landau? Invited you. The economic crisis in Venezuela it started years before, but by two thousand sixteen, the signs were obvious. There were shortages of almost everything and massive inflation, which meant that Orlando salary stayed the same, but the money Bob less and less, you see your salary, becoming solid and water every month and every week you go to the supermarket and price gets up and up and up. Orlando and KARLEENA would ask themselves. Should he leave and seek opportunity abroad? The so many of their friends had done. So many professionals and teachers and other civil servants had gone to Peru or Colombia Ecuador to find whatever work they could and send money home. It was easy to see that the country was getting empty. Every night when you see out of the window and you see just a couple of lights in the building that in front of you because the rest of the apartments are closed. Caroliina was worried about him leaving. She read so many stories about xenophobia. Get yet his. Lesson Foyer Servant Selana. Backlash to the flood of Venezuelan job. Minnesota Norway Orlando she says was not worried about xenophobia. She says he always only saw the good in people, but that was also her worry. That will see see if went up on. Engine to others before paying attention to himself. What is it a comparable Bundy McGinnis moisture? Said we sal Tacoma goal set on. Orlando says the reason he stayed so long was because he just loved Venezuela, and he truly hope things would get better i. think he was kind of resisting. He was coping. He was trying to say okay. Let's try to do this. Let's try to find a second job. We call it. which is doing a lot of small jobs in order to survive? This has been chasing tigers or was it. Yeah, he's killing tigers. Why is it called Killing Tigers? Because it's so hard? I, don't know where the expression from because it's not easy to kill a tiger in my. Okay brief tangent here, but we kinda got obsessed with this expression, which at least one Arjun story traces all the way back to a blockbuster hit jazz tune from nineteen seventeen tiger, rag. It's a really hard song, but it was so popular that musicians were made to play several times a night, so you'd get phrases like they still haven't paid me for last month's tiger or killed the tiger again last night, and from there at least story goes came expression killing teicher doing something so hard that you have to do to pay
"gregory" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Poems. Dodi love what you read. How beautiful the beloved. Just a little bit longer so we can draw this out. None of these poems has titles so this is what it was bequeathed us right. That's a different one. Oh it is. You can get two for the price of one. I'll read them. Take Two yes. Let's see how beautiful the beloved is? What you say a little bit this is I know I remember Elizabeth Alexander saying to me. It's not that the words of a poem are true but they get at girding trues right and so ever since then. I know to to ask you what this is about is a nonsense question but I just. There's something going on in this these volumes of you. Well I mean it's all kinds of things it's it's it's blessing and wound and trauma and it's love and trauma and and the book and the body and the beloved that other love it into the world and it responds to our own being which was of course a longing that I had as an isolated child and the discovery of the other the what Martin buber calls the Dow. I feel like you somehow the the beloved is somewhere always for you your brother and on from their other beloved and then somehow the beloved person. It's no no no I think for me. I try to think about these these things when I try to think about this term that rely on so often in the poems. Yes my brother. My mother both both deeply lost and also the the wanting to bring them back because oblivion seems a cruel place to be and there are people the beloved can be. I think my thinking my understanding of it certainly always a person or people have multiple beloved seems to me creatures. My dog is obviously one of my beloved cat is an off again on again depending on how she's feeling and now I'm feeling and what she's doing places places I think and be beloved we can enter into a relationship. That's deep and reciprocal and sustaining where we give to the place. And the place gives us Martin Buber as a child put his hands on the on. A Horse just touched this in a stable and he knew that it was a vow. It wasn't an it it was how He was amazed that the Dow would be a word for the beloved when this horse was about and then he came back about three months later he put his hand on the Horse. It was an it and he was so shocked. You know and that tells us something about to you. Know that the Dow Fades in and out that we can't sustain this is now can't be a sustained anyway. I'm supposed to read some poems. This to this is called. How beautiful a beloved and again. It's about well. No I no idea what it's about. How beautiful the beloved. Whether garbed in mortal tatters or in her dress of everlasting nece moon broken on the water or moon still hole in the night sky and then the other one you mentioned what was bequeathed. Yes I'm sure you shall. We gather at the river and the whole sense of the other world. There's the other shore of the river and stuff and this is Mr perversely rehearsing that this is what was bequeathed us this earth. The beloved laughed and leaving left to US no other world but this one willows and the river and the factory with its black smoke stacks no other shore only this bank on which the living gather no meaning but what we find here no purpose but what we make that and the beloved 's clear instructions turn me into song. Sing me awake. You Gregory or was so scared..
"gregory" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Hello Hello Hello Everybody Steph in here at five forty seven. Am coming at you with a killer. Entra what sounded like I had a sutter more than I was trying to be cool. Dj Anyway. I wanted to talk a little bit about our special gas. Jonathan Gregory you guys are in for a real treat. He is also known as the creepy comic and boy. Oh boy does he live up to that name? I remember the first time that I got to see him. I was laughing uncontrollably. I was also terrified because he does such great crowd work. You do not want to look him in the eyes because if you do you might call you out. And it is so funny. It's also terrifying but the emotions. Go Him handwrite. So he doesn't have any lied. Show's coming up right now. But sure your suppor- foam on instagram. Go check out his website. Creepy COMEDY DOT Com. It's all in the show notes so go on over there and he does do some online show. Sometimes you might be able to catch him a before he catches you anyway. You're in for great show. We've also got some great guests coming up. I just wanted to make some other call outs. We ARE REVAMPING OUR PATRIOTS. So on over there we've got some bonus episodes. Were putting out some episodes early. We're going to have some really cool stuff out there patrons that are joined up south. Thank you so much for. Everybody in that supporting. We've also got t shirts. We've got some t shirts you can buy on a comedy advice. Podcast DOT COM. They're I rub you from episode thirty five. You heard that for all of you. All of you. Old Timers you staunch followers. So yeah you can support us on. Patriot you can support us by buying are merged but you also support as a number of other ways which a lot of you are listening. We love that you were listening following us on instagram. We've been doing some takeovers on on instagram. Where Comedians or guests. They ended up taking over the account before their episode launches. We just had Jonathan Gregory. We had Danielle and and nick before that. And then we're going to have another special gas. You'll see who if you follow us on Instagram. At a comedy advice podcast. So that's been really fun and then You guys being able to just subscribe Tele Friendly Review. We really appreciate that. So keep doing what. You're doing all right. Let's cut to the chase. Here's a fresh new episode. Advise podcast advice podcast and friends. Dad rated statements nominally taking podcast. Hello everybody and welcome to comedy advice. Podcast this is where we give self help to the helpless. My name is Stephan and this is i. Don't know forty six days in.
"gregory" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Either one of those. You will not be disappointed anyway. I WANNA get out of your guys his way. If dig this episode. Please hit up. Cory Gregory on social media links will be down in the the youtube shown or youtube description and I tunes show notes Yeah let's what you guys stink. And please please please enjoy the show. And then people like are when you have an accent. They kind of just believe everything you say dude. I'm telling you sound smarter and exactly sound real smart. Yeah all righty so cory Gregory how how the hell do you have time to come? Kick it with US your training at four in the morning you have like seventy five kids. Yeah got a bunch of different businesses. I mean dude. Like how do you how do you? How do you honestly schedule your time? Because you're powerlifting bodybuilding and you've got the business boom and you got a lot of things going on shirt so it's I always talk about people. Always ask him why you training so early on like. Oh it's out of necessity. I used to train is seven when I was a personal trainer in all the clients and stuff back in the day and as I got more businesses and they started rock in getting earlier and earlier and I realized if I still wanted to compete multiple times a year that I'd have truly uninterrupted time. I can't be fucking my cell phone when I'm training. I don't know even exactly right. They either coming home from the bar still trying to hear what they're saying anyway so it was like from four to six. I can get home. My kids get to school with the wife. I can be you know to work or doing whatever content by eight. We're don't content the whole time now but at the end of the day. It's like my crews there in the morning capture and everything rapid and it's on the APP by nine so it's like we got a system of the way that we create content. I'm really just capturing what I do anyway. And we got twenty. People have seven lifters now. Raw that are in that group into pro cards natural so out of the twenty guys I mean. This is a pretty elite level of guys that we built from the last two or three years at four am crews legit man. So you you've been you've been lifted and you've been Bodybuilding and powerlifting. Doing all this stuff and now it's just a matter of like sharing it out. Yeah and then Kinda of deciding like hey where this one go. She just want to go on instagram. It's exactly this was on youtube and thank you so much for helping us with that are more recent Website Endeavor that we underwent but How do you determine where something goes in? Like which thing to kind of like monetize and which thing to make for free so really. It's like for all the years at MP right I was just creating content. That was just out there from body dot com and all that and because I was just with the hopes that you would buy supplements on deck really tracking all the way to be honest but it kept growing. Keep doing it But then once I left there and sold my shares of m. p. and went back home. I was like well after support myself different now. You know what I'm saying so it's like this like the way that I die it the way that I trained. That stuff's going to be for pay now but the inspiration stuff is all free. I mean at the end of the day like that. You know. That's the oxygen anyway so people come to me because they want to be like all right. How're you doing when I did? I did Olympic lifting me Friday bodybuilding. Show Saturday into the power. To meet Sunday night. One weekend creeps was like all right. I'm not a lead on any of them level wise but at the end of the day like I did pretty good right squad. Five hundred one seventy eight you know. Forgive got second. In the bodybuilding show dig good. Olympic lifting was kind of like some chump chump. Were WOULD'VE WE AIN'T GONNA go there but I was probably the most nervous though. Just Atlanta snatching front of people. Because I never really done it before so people started to realize like all right. This guy's you know I'm forty one. Now I've been competing for twenty years Some there's something what is going on here and so there's certain things that are you know kind of I P and I charge ninety nine and ain't shit but at the end of the day it's like the community and the amount of Just content I'm. I'm like my own Netflix. As well look at it like why do you train like such a lunatic? Because you're I mean I'll see you like you'll you'll be. You had me do the ten minute lunges and then I see you out on the track lunging like a quarter mile like no one does that. Yeah or see sprinting. People hate sprinting. Like why are utilized? This is what happened. This is how some six or seven years ago I was doing the traditional bodybuilding cardio and for me. 'cause the bill already. I'm like basically building a fitness model. So I start again like real kind of like most models my muscle bellies one very full and I'm already kind of like a tall and slender anyway. So I mean I find Anita conditioning that is going to keep my my just me looking thicker so I went to the track a really because I had robot knee tendinitis at the time because jumping trying to dunk to that too and I was like man. What can I still do? That can get my luxury for. The show started. Stop by the tracking the way home from the gym lunged four hundred meters and I couldn't walk for like ten days and I was like what the but I knew it was my metabolic rate like it went like it was on fire all day. Way More than sprints even which was interesting. Sounds like all right. There's some to this appeal myself out of the car and go back again and then I got to the point where I was then at the point is just one eight hundred meters every day after lifting weights. I thought forty pound vest on sometimes I did a mile for days in a row fucking around one time like yeah man almost mother. Shit so I did. My best was three hundred and three days in a row. Eight hundred meters no matter what and I was about one hundred eighty eight hundred ninety pounds with ABC veins I was the best condition and strength and everything I was at and that was my missed the street because I did a charity. Powerlifting meet at my high school. That's a few hours away. Took all the equipment down there. How my family? By the time I got back I forgot to lunch like I didn't quit because I was like tired or something. I quit because I was hosting something I got busy and I got up the next day because I fell asleep earlier. It was like yesterday Salvador. I it's The material on listening to on the podcast new guys and listen to people that are you know making me smarter while I'm doing that. It's like a state of flow when I'm done man and so I heard content right after I've also senior crew do like No way on the bar but literally no more space on the bar. Because it's awful a band. Yeah that Shit looks so fucking scary but like where did I? So here's one thing I am going to start doing for free a lot mark because I think we're onto something now. Look I learned band training from Louis and Tony Ramos. All those guys helped me a west side but what I found out his one. No one has a model left. But we do but most people don't right. They can't mimic that at their own gym. Especially at fucking lifetime fitness right so I came up with a way that you can have a couple hundred pound dumbbells and you can double up a minivan in you know as long as you're a normal height that's going to give you eighty to one hundred pounds total. I lock out right so I started figure now and we use a squad every day for a couple years. We messed around with that. But we've come out to five days a week. It's a front squat four days and so back squad on Wednesdays right and we do Variations con get and I try to program to where it's like all right. There's a five count pause on the front squat so you're going to be limited to how much weight you can get on that right. But then we rotate to bands aside week. One three bands aside week two four bands of Cy Week three and so I got four hundred pounds of band tension on week three then there Adam Barr wait. My One. Sixty five just front squat. Four fifty five yesterday like yeah exactly and I got like twelve guys in front squat over four bills and what I'm seeing is a direct correlation like my one eighty one just pulled six fifty and he friscos four sixty and we've seen a direct correlation to their front squat to their dead lift in. It's nasty bro. How much attention you think you have on there. So the base tension lockout is about eighty to one hundred pounds per set of bands. So basically we're starting off the wave of two hundred pounds of bands three hundred pounds and four hundred pounds. There's no fuckers that come in and like just be like jump in the day you know you. See it at your. It's four bands on my Sherbro. Just stay with the bar and just get just grabbing. They're just not ready for the tension we don't like. I have one guy competing at the Arnold Tomorrow. We don't touch a bar with attention on the taper. Either I just go bar wait plus band tension to opener so the first time he unwraps that bar. It feels like a fucking toothpick because he's used to be in just stapled so what I've figured out is a essential daily conjugate method squad with band wave. That is made. Marg is freak shows and so I'm going to start teaching this out because I think they can do it. Any cross Jim They might go up to four bands but they might go one. Two three right in that wave has been. It's been wild man. You think maybe speech people up a little bit less And then like if someone if someone could squat let's say four hundred pounds. They could probably stand up with like six hundred pounds or sure and they could squat like six hundred pounds of band tension because maybe at the bottom. Maybe Ashley or something. Yeah so it's about. Yeah probably probably half of that or maybe three quarters so at the end of the day. It's like when we used to trim gear all the time. You're nervous system. Get so good that then you start getting other weights and they feel like so you see what? I'm saying as a little bit like train with equipment a in a way. Orion with a slingshot lighter at the bottom heavier at the top. It's exactly what it is. And so what happens is because their core in their their their front rackets so so good and they're so good at bracing that it just carries over so much the deadly in the back squats. Been Pretty wild watchman as cool experimenting this way because it's like you know Marcus mentioning the lunges that you do which yes absolutely wild. Thanks so like all this band. Tension like everyone uses people use bands. He had not seen that not like go then like I guess. What gets you worrying in terms of thinking about things like this yes. So it's I think I'd man when I moved here twenty years ago. I had no clue all this stuff is going on in Columbus. I moved here. Is My friends is coming in. Ohio state and I found a spot that I could go to school for one year and start personal training realize westside. Barbara was here. I didn't realize ro classic was here. So when I started getting around some like real lifters start to understand some stuff I was like. I've never been a person that just completely follow. I've always been a person that goes had. Let me get that. You know because I think. I'm one of the only people that learn legit bodybuilding from Arnold Schwarzenegger personally and then also had been at Westside a bunch of times so like in then learned off John Bros. Who brought the kind of squad everyday.
"gregory" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Tuning in you missed Gregory phone us that's right I said Gregory phone Esperanza bonus and Gregory is the architect of the free internet for class we talk so much about on this show here at online trading academy and you miss Gregory really drop in some some great greater insight some great information on really what to do and what to look for inside of a bearish market we threw down a challenge to see if Gregory kid could teach the topic of shorting the markets in ninety seconds and he actually did it in sixty on the dot with an amazing smart car analogy that was one of the best starts I think to a shorting conversation we've ever had so with these other we want to jump into as we're kind of wrapping that that that last little bit up and I I keep kicking over to Gregory because I love the show he he he is the I'm I'm a big old school cartoon fan so you can become he man right now because you are the master you're the master of the universe hears I I'm I'm just trying to tap into as much of of Gregory's mind as we as we can get into over this hour and one of the things that the that I asked him if he you know what we want talk about next just as we are wrapping up that last segment if you were listening you heard if you weren't the thing that he wanted to go into is mutual funds initially thing about Gregory that you know I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna to his horn a little bit for in here but one of the things that's interesting about him is before having online trading academy started do some work with with all of us and haven't I having a grand old time here Gregory actually worked in the mutual fund business work for a couple of two different right to different big companies yeah two different kind of major firms in that industry and so as far as like mutual fund knowledge and and how they work and how they function I don't know anybody who actually has more knowledge and or is willing to share it is the other part of it you know and you we've we've been kind of the drum a little bit on this but I'm really excited since you are one hundred percent authority on this on this topic can you give us that that dive into what people are dealing with what they don't even know who they're dealing with like what kind of the headlines or what's kind of the the the conversation for you get into it with a new student who maybe is even concerned with their with their each of our performance we think about it you know go way back let's go back several decades in back in your own might bury my dad's day was all about pensions right yep and then all the good all day yeah good all day but you don't have to walk up hill both ways the school has through three feet of snow yes and you know you think about it as I transitioned over to mutual fund the mutual fund industry it was just a boon for you know for the L. street an amount of money they would make and so people to get more more into mutual funds and I graduated way back I did myself of it I guess in nineteen ninety two yeah and my first job was actually working for mutual fund company I do you know what I mean so fun was like a pretty poor we still retirement accounts my house hold and so the idea was I went to this mutual fund company and Sir got a final but the business and I want to from there but that that was about a thirty billion dollar company then we went to a small start up I was only fourteen employee we grew that thing to ten billion dollars under management so I'd really knew the industry and I realize that quickly that the people are making the most money in mutual funds were often the managers themselves right and they get bring great bonuses and that's what's crazy people don't realize is that your portfolio manager to mutual fund company they potentially can get a a six figure seven figure bonus when they actually have a negative year a performance sure that doesn't sound right it doesn't sound right it isn't as long as they beat the index of their tracking numbers of the S. and P. five hundred Dow five percent there only down three percent guess what big winner chicken dinner exactly and it doesn't seem fair nine real to reel is is always other hidden fees open we would charge people one of them is called the twelve B. one fees if you ever heard that I have heard of that and this is the craziest thing so you know if you go in the open up your magazines for like computers are money magazine print magazines nice nice you know but good articles in good things like that but you realize although as you see in there for mutual fund companies you paid for those of you belong to that fund yeah that's well the one pizza pass repeated just as crazy eyes are realizing that mutual funds on average you look at all the deed and I don't have the data right in front of you but I know I've seen multiple research studies done that about either eighty five percent of mutual funds over any ten year period under perform the stock market jelly by about one or two percent yeah I know what the consistency is is the feeder charging you the consumer right now the.
"gregory" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Of US probably don't give much thought to the calendar. We use on a daily basis it is called their Gregorian calendar. And is you guessed. guested named after Pope Gregory the thirteenth. Up until the Gregorian calendar's release in fifteen eighty to the western world had used the Julian calendar which had been created under the rule of Julius. Caesar unlike the inaccurate lunar calendars that preceded it. The Julian calendar was based based on the solar year or how long it takes the Earth to revolve around the Sun. The Julian calendar was three hundred sixty five days with an extra her day every fourth year. What we call a leap year? Thus the average length of year was three hundred and sixty five point two five days which was eleven in minutes too long that may not sound like much but over hundreds of years. Those eleven minutes. Add Up. By the time of Gregory the Thirteenth Thirteenth Papacy. The calendar was off by ten days. This was problematic when it came to celebrating Easter. The Council of Nice Sia. He and thirty two CE had established that Easter was to be celebrated one week after the first full moon of the vernal equinox by by the fifteen hundreds. They were technically celebrating Easter on the wrong day. Since the Equinox now happen ten days earlier than the Julian calender said it was supposed to considering the importance of Jesus's crucifixion and Resurrection in the Christian faith. It was paramount that they observe it on the correct day. The Council of Trent had approved an update to the calendar decades earlier but no one had taken up the task until Gregory came along after years. There's of consultation. With astronomers and Mathematicians Gregory's calendar was unveiled in fifteen eighty to the Gregorian calendar made need one tiny change from the Julian year. Numbers that are divisible by one. Hundred are not leap years but years that are divisible by four four hundred are leap years for example. The year two thousand was a leap year but twenty one hundred twenty two hundred and twenty three hundred are not. It sounds bizarre. But this little fix brought the average length of a year down to three hundred sixty five point two four to five days erasing those extra eleven minutes. After some minor tweaks Gregory signed a papal bull or decree establishing it as the official calendar within his fear of influence Catholic countries implemented the calendar immediately and and just like that ten whole days were wiped off the calendar. Everyone who went to sleep on October fourth fifteen eighty two woke up on October. For fifty s the papacy which had seen its power decline for decades. Now have the ability to alter time itself. Updating eating the calendar was very much in line with the Church's efforts at doctrinal reform however given the impact it would have on the World Gregory likely also. Oh saw it as a power move. But the adoption of the Gregorian calendar didn't go unchallenged especially by the Protestants. Many Protestants had come to believe that the pope was the literal anti Christ. The new calendar was dismissed as an attempt to throw off their calculations news of the end of days and leave them unprepared when judgment came. Protestants resistance meant that many Western European countries wouldn't adopt the calendar until the eighteenth century. Russia wouldn't adopted until nineteen seventeen and China wouldn't fully adopt the Gregorian in calendar until under Mao in nineteen forty nine despite it being the most famous wide reaching aspect of his legacy pope. Gregory himself didn't think much about his calendar. He was far more a proud of the reform. He brought to the church. However Gregory was not successful in everything he set out to do in fact he failed in a number of his foreign ventures? He spent considerable time and money. Trying to convince Irish Catholics and King Philip the second of Spain to invade England and overthrow the Protestant Queen Elizabeth the first when that failed he allegedly supported several plots to assassinate Elizabeth. These two were unsuccessful and the consequences led to the execution of Mary. Queen of Scots his intended successor for the English Crown Crown. It's obvious that Gregory was not above using violence to destroy protestantism. The bloody sack of Rome that had occurred during his youth youth likely remained with him to his dying day. Pope Gregory's rain would also deplete the papal coffers. The colleges submissions abroad military efforts and restoration projects in Rome. All cost incredible sums of money but restoring during the Church's revenues would be left to his successor on April tenth. Fifteen eighty-five Pope Gregory. The thirteenth suddenly died died at the age of eighty three from an unknown illness. He was buried in Saint Peter's basilica in Rome and was succeeded by Pope. Six deaths the fifth sixth. This is rain would be far more brutal than Gregory's he ruled with absolute tyranny bringing lawlessness in the papal states dates under control through thousands of executions from an irreligious worldly young legal scholar in Bologna to a key. Figure at the the Council of Trent to the leader of all Catholics Pope Gregory the thirteenth led an incredible and impactful life under his papacy. Pissy Gregory took Papal Rome from Dan of sin to an organized in driven body that its members could be proud of but the blood he shed in his mission. Listen to spread. Catholicism shows a much darker side to Gregory's rain like many great figures in history his life and legacy are complex plaques but he can be credited with bringing the Catholic Church out of the Renaissance in into the modern era..
"gregory" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Upon completion of this mission. Fifty six year old Yugo was made Bishop of yesterday in fifteen fifty eight. Despite having worked in the bureaucracy of the papal states for years he hadn't actually been ordained into the clergy at all until till now his reasons for staying out of the priesthood on clear but after years of being surrounded by people ministers who go was apparently apparently ready to let go of his worldliness and embrace life of faith. Faith may not have been his only motivation after being intimately involved in reforming performing and representing the interest of Rome. He now had ambitions for something more. Becoming a bishop was his first step. Towards his ultimate goal the papacy but if he wanted to reach the highest office in the church there had to still be a church to oversee as the Protestant hottest reformation continue to sweep through Europe. The Council of Trent finally reconvened in fifteen fifty nine Hugo was sent there as confidential deputy to the newly elected Pope pious the fourth the third and final round of the Council of Trent solidified reforms regarding putting bishops residing within their diocese created seminaries and confirmed Catholic doctrine. It concluded in fifteen sixty three EH and sent its decrees to pious the fourth for approval after almost two decades of intense debate cataclysmic world events and international her national power struggles. The Catholic Church finally found its way forward into the modern era but while they successfully reform their own ranks bringing the Protestants under control would be far more challenging off. After after Trent Sixty two year old Yugo continued to represent the church abroad going on a mission to Spain in fifteen sixty four. He was sent to investigate. Investigate the Archbishop Bartolomeo Karonga of Toledo. who had been accused of heresy during the Spanish inquisition while concluding his investigation? He was once again. Within the sphere of King Philip. What had been a relationship of respect transformed into a firm friendship one? That would be of incredible importance in goes rise to the church hierarchy wild in Spain to more monumental changes would happen and who goes life life in fifteen sixty five at age sixty three. He was promoted to cardinal the highest ranks in the church hierarchy under the pope in fewer than ten years. He had gone from cleric to cardinal a meteoric rise to say the least then in fifteen sixty st six pope pious the fourth was succeeded by pious the fifth under the new regime Google returned to Rome and was given the office of Secretary Secretary of Papal briefs. He was in charge of formal documents that came from the pope particularly those that went to foreign leaders. His diplomatic cla matic and legal experience made him well suited for this job. Pious the fifth was a strong reformer. He ensured that bishops remained in their diocese got rid of redundant positions in the church hierarchy and brought land that had been given away to nepotism back under the control of Rome However dealing with protestantism was another matter the holy Roman Empire had started to tolerate protestantism in order to maintain peace within the kingdom which caused tension with the pope in Rome? Religious turmoil persisted in England as well when the Catholic Queen Mary the first dyed her sister. Elizabeth took the throne. Elizabeth was a Protestant and tension with the Catholic Church resumed especially once. Catholics began facing persecution during her reign. Even after decades of self reform had seen the church was unable to stop the spread of protestantism. What were all those years of work and bloodshed four? If they couldn't contain the heresy Pope Pious the fifth spent the rest of his tenure continuing the battle but the question eighteen became obvious within the church if pious couldn't do it could his successor. Stop the chaos coming up. Cardinal Ugo Boncompagni becomes Pope Gregory the thirteenth. Now back to the story for almost two decades. The Catholic Church was in the midst of soul-searching while the Protestant reformation formations swept across Europe the Council of Trent sought to reform the church to contain the spread of protestantism to no avail for Ugo bone company who attended the event as a cleric. The council proved to be a jumping off point for his life within the church. He quickly became Amo favourite and was ordained I as a bishop then as cardinal in fifteen seventy two pope pious. Hi Is the fifth died and the College of cardinals convened to elect a new pope in conclave. conclaves were highly political affairs. Inevitably factions would emerge each vying for favored candidate. Some cardinals weren't above bribery. To try and win support in the Conclave of fifteen seventy two cardinal UGO Boncompagni wasn't even in the running at first to other cardinals had emerged as frontrunners through through the usual shadowy intrigue but shortly after the Conclave began on May twelfth and on Voi- from King Philip. The second of Spain arrived on this on Voi- made a startling proclamation. The king would only accept the election of his friend Cardinal Ugo this might have just been a grand gesture from good friend but they're also may have been an ulterior uperior motive at play. Philip had clashed with pious the fifth over control of the church in Spain having his friend as pope would help him keep the control he so desperately desired. Historically conclaves could last either several days or several weeks the Conclave above fifteen seventy two lasted less than twenty four hours on May thirteenth seventy year. Old Cardinal Ugo bone company was elected pope nope many historians believe that King Philip's announcement was a major factor in his election. Though Ugo was seventy he still had the vigor of a man half his age he adopted the name Gregory for his papacy. After the first Pope Gregory who was a reformer in the early days of the Church on Gregory's choice of name made his intentions clear and those intentions became even clearer. When just three months into his papacy he? He ordered a tatum Thanksgiving in response. To the Saint. Bartholomew's Day massacre in France spearheaded by John and Calvin protestantism had spread to France years earlier. But the Saint Bartholomew's Day massacre was a watershed moment in the bloody clashes. Che's between Catholics and Protestants in the country. Historians disagree as to whether or not Pope Gregory the thirteenth was involved in planning the massacre itself. Self however he clearly considered it a victory for the Catholics. One thing was clear he was taking the fight directly to the Protestants but in in order to do so he would need a higher caliber of priest on his side. Not The corrupt absent and theologically inept clergy of the past but an educated pastoral class with the drive to reform the church and challenge the spread of protestantism throughout his papacy. Gregory built colleges across Europe to train priests to reform the churches in their homelands. The largest project was the expansion of the Jesuit College in Rome which became known as the Gregorian University. In the pope's honor Germans Austrians Greeks Hungary and Armenians all got their own colleges even the English. Who faced the perilous task of trying to restore Catholicism awesome in England got a seminary bishops? Were now also required to live in their own diocese and per the Council of Trent. They had instructions directions on how often they were acquired. Preach Gregory must have felt a sense of pride and seeing his life's work come to fruition but building colleges and implementing council of Trent reforms. Were at all that he wished to accomplish. His Papacy occurred amidst midst the age of discovery and he had his eyes set outside of Europe. The colonization of the Americas and the discovery of new lands in Asia presented Rome with new opportunities to expand its sphere of influence though sending missionaries to foreign lands was far from a new endeavor. Endeavor Gregory made shore to continue the practice he supported Jesuit missions to Brazil. India China the Philippines in Japan. He he also set numerous diplomatic missions around Europe to convert new countries to Catholicism the still young Commonwealth of Poland. Lithuania proved proved to be one of the more successful missions. However a similar mission to Russia ended with a papal diplomat barely escaping with his life from Ivan the terrible terrible these reforms and missions though were not merely out of spiritual duty Gregory knew that having a trained priesthood staffing European in diocese and converting others would help in the church's fight against protestantism whether it was in Europe or these newly discovered lands Gregory also supported numerous building projects in Rome? In fifteen. Seventy five the seventy three year old declared a jubilee year that saw a staggering egging three hundred thousand pilgrims come to the holy city those pilgrims would go home impressed by the splendor of a renewed Rome and sense sense that the church was moving forward into a brighter future. But despite the incredible amount of reform that Gregory implemented it wouldn't be would history remembered him for rather history would remember him for changing the way we document time. The most.
"gregory" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and I'm Carter. Roy Welcome to historical figures figures apart cast original every other Wednesday. We discuss different persons lasting historical impact unique personality and impression on the world around them. And you can find episodes of historical figures and all other par- cast originals for free on spotify. Or wherever. You listen to podcasts. To stream historical figures. Here's for free on spotify. Just open the APP tap browse anti historical figures in the search bar. Our audio biographies cover big lives but we like to focus on little known facts today. We're discussing the life of Pope Gregory the thirteenth an important figure in the early modern Catholic Church and creator of the Gregorian calendar. which we all still use today at par cast? We are grateful for you our listeners. There's you allow us to do it. We love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast in twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's as episode the best way to help us to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help. We also now have merchandise head to par cast dot dot com slash merch for more information now back to the life of Gregory the thirteenth long before he took the name Gregory Thirteen upon becoming pope. He was called Old Yugo Bone Company. He was born in the early hours of January. Seventh Fifteen O two in Bologna. Italy not much is known about goes early life. We do know that he was the fifth son of Christopher Obon company a merchant and in Angela Murray Scali who goes family was wealthy and part of the Bolognesi aristocracy. Naturally his upbringing would have been been quite privileged back then. Italy looked quite different from the way we know it today. It wasn't a united country but rather a collection of kingdoms in republics with the papal states in the middle of them the papal states worth theocratic monarchy led by the pope in Rome. Government ornament was administered by the church. The church was the state. Although while the religious beliefs of the church influence the government. The church considered it's political mission to be separate from its religious one. There was Canon law which set religious standards and practices and civil law. Aw which governed the day to day administration of the state after Rome Bologna was the second most important city in the papal states. And one of its it's most prosperous at the time. The University of Bologna was famous for its law school which attracted students from all over Europe including young Ugo. He was a brilliant student with a natural talent for the law. Both civil and Canon while he was so The the year after his graduation in fifteen thirty the twenty nine year old Yugo was made a professor at the university for the next eight years. Here's he would spend his days teaching there. Clearly the law was something he was passionate about but the man who would become pope was born into turbulent times not just for the Catholic Church but all of Europe the untenable instability instability that Ugo witnessed would inspire him to be a lifelong agent reform. The pope's that rule Rome during the renaissance of the Fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Were anything but saints to put it mildly. You can say that again. The Papal court was a decadent den of sin thin with many cardinals taking multiple mistresses. Some like Pope Alexander. The sixth from the notorious Borgia family openly had affairs. Even after being elected pope nepotism was also rampant. Pope's would appoint family members as cardinals. Some of whom were barely nearly teenagers. Others would give papal lands to relatives which in turn would be used to make their families wealthier. They would also use their position addition to marry off family members and develop ties with other powerful European families. This was also a time of fundraising for the church. Almost always always through nefarious means. Rome of the early Fifteenth Century was rundown and hardly looked the part of the center of Western European Christianity Christianity. Big changes were needed if they were to create an awe inspiring place of pilgrimage for the faithful but big changes would require big money and it wasn't just building projects that needed funding. The Papal court lived lavishly. Throwing parties in accumulating accumulating finery when pope six discs the fourth was crowned in fourteen seventy one his coronation Tiara cost over a hundred thousand ducats. One third of the annual paypal allowance traditionally most of the Church's revenue came from performing its spiritual duties throughout Europe as well as levying taxes in the papal states however by the time of the renaissance. These avenues weren't enough to fund the grand plans plans. These popes had for their church the papacy turned to a whole host of unscrupulous. Means to make money one of these included selling offices offices in the room and Korea the bureaucracy through which the church ran its affairs. The number of members and the Korea exploded the ranks of cardinal swelled and eventually positions were made up just so they could be sold pope innocent. The eighth had fifty two men on staff just to take care of the lead seals on official documents over time the salaries from these purchased positions would exceed the amount amount that was paid for them making them lucrative for the cardinals this practice extended to bishops who had by several diocese than simply simply sit back and collect the revenue some bishops never even set foot in the diocese that made them rich. This was problematic for anyone. Looking for spiritual guidance or salvation. They were essentially on their own until the church invented. What was perhaps? Its most egregious. Way of raising money. The sale of indulgences indulgences were spiritual blessings sold at a price and they had become tools for raising money and flat out corruption sometimes. The proceeds were used to fund reconstruction in Rome. Sometimes bishop's would split the money with the papacy and line their own pockets as well. Salvation now came at a price and the highest bidder received it to the devout. This was unacceptable. Many began to see Rome as a hive of worldly decadence and utter corruption and slowly. The Church Church started losing. Its power as the dominant political force in Europe. In France King Francis Francis the first began a campaign of conquest in northern Italy a region that had been claimed by various European rulers over the years the French army. He made it all the way to Florence not far from Google doorstep in Bologna in order to prevent the French armies from continuing down the Italian peninsula an insult into the papal states. Pope Leo the Tenth signed the Concordat of Bologna in fifteen fifteen with King Francis the Concordat Court stipulated that France would be allowed to appoint church leaders in its territory. This essentially created a French national church. One that the pope nope had very little control over Yugo bone companmy would have been thirteen years old. When the treaty was being negotiated in his home town it was customary for monarchs and high ranking clergy to make big entrances when arriving in a city so ugo would have likely been aware sure of what was happening which ultimately was a bad thing for the church not only had this whole affair diminish the pope sphere of influence in Europe but had shown the public that the papal states couldn't defend themselves against foreign invaders and this was just the beginning of the Church's troubles in the sixteenth century schism was brewing in Western Europe? One that would shake the church to its very core split. Entire nations ends and caused thousands upon thousands of deaths in the centuries to calm that seismic event was the Protestant reformation the the reformation was a religious and political rift that swept across Europe challenging the Papacy Authority the desire to reform the corrupt church had been simmering for decades on October. Thirty First Fifteen. Seventeen it boiled over German Fryer Air and theology Professor Martin Luther posted his infamous ninety five theses on the door of All Saints Church in Britain. Berg Luther her like many in Germany resented the opulence the corruption and the lack of spirituality in Rome he proposed the radical idea idea that people were saved from damnation through faith alone and not through the church's indulgences his spiritual teachings called for a more or personal relationship with God rather than relying on priests for that connection. He translated the Bible into German to empower the common people people to explore the scripture which he believed to be the ultimate religious authority. The Catholic Church only permitted the Bible in Latin making. Lay Okay. People who didn't speak the ancient language reliant on priests to explain what was in it. This was another way. The church exerted. Its control thanks. Thanks to the relatively recent advent of the printing press luther is ideas spread through Europe within a few months but UGO the future. Pope Gregory lived in papal Italy. It's unlikely he would have been exposed to the Protestant way of thinking in fifteen seventeen. Despite losing losing power abroad room still had strong control over. Its own territory.
"gregory" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Rome late August fifteen seventy two. The Bells of the city rang out in celebration has heralds ran through the streets streets declaring the news thousands of Huguenot Protestants had been assassinated by Catholics. In France. It would come to be known. As the Saint Bartholomew's Day massacre and for the newly elected Pope Gregory the thirteenth. It was cause for celebration for the past decade. Tensions between the Catholics and the French huguenot had run high. After the Bible was published and distributed in French instead of Latin it became accessible to the masses. Many didn't need to rely on the word the Vatican anymore the reformation was in full swing and that did not sit well with the new pope. The blood had barely early dried in the streets of Paris. When he ordered the celebration the festivities even included Tae Daham Thanksgiving services are-are type of worship reserved only for special occasions? Gregory was sending a clear message to the Protestants of Europe. The counter reformation was here and a new era of the Catholic Church was just beginning.
"gregory" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"He is going to be dependent on. But again, that's why you've got Tom strong. And for all we know the Cowboys will add somebody agency I saw somebody said Trey flowers right now on the periscope. I would not hold my breath when it came to a move of that size, especially when it comes to the Cowboys potentially making bigger moves at other positions. We don't know if that will have that we speculate that it might. But that's the first thing that we have to sort of set the table top Charleston is going to be very very very important for the Cowboys in two thousand nineteen and again, if you're joining us late this is one of our live shows for the week. Randy Gregory's been suspended indefinitely by the NFL ahead of the two thousand nineteen season. The latest in Randy Gregory's troubling NFL career, the second thing, perhaps the more important thing when it comes to Randy Gregory suspension, and what this means in terms of the football for the Dallas Cowboys if you thought the DeMarcus Lawrence was going to get paid. If you already thought that or maybe you were on the fence, maybe you thought, I don't know. I can't see you know, democracy is getting paid. Twenty million dollars twenty women now that ain't gonna happen on. No, thanks fam-. I don't want anything to do with that. Guess what you were wrong because of this as the development car on periscope says pronounce that right? Demarcus Lawrence just became an even larger priority. That is totally true. Marcus Lawrence is the war daddy. He's the big pass rusher right now. He's the only pass rusher. Really for the Dallas Cowboys. And I mean that would no discredit Tyrone Crawford DeMarcus Lawrence is the man. And now, he's the only man which makes him all the more important DeMarcus lawns is going to get paid. It was reported today. Also on Tuesday before all this. Randy Gregory stuff came out that the Dallas Cowboys have already made their first offer to DeMarcus Lawrence. It is something of no surly. They made an offer that has to happen. That's how discussions happened. Somebody makes an offer somebody counters it. And then you try to find a middle ground on botany Boyz Facebook life, you'd Rudy says negative Tyrone craftily, we'll be moved back to defense. In. I certainly think that that's in the cards. That Tyrone is definitely going to be a big part of the Cowboys do here how they survive this. And I say survive, but it's really not it's bad. Don't get me wrong. This is bad. But it's not the worst thing ever happened. I don't think anybody's thinking that that's necessarily the case on periscope..
"gregory" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Gerald, Gregory goodnight sweetheart goodnight. What a song that was not there. I recording. That was their first hit. And now. Bloomberg com. Number. Can I.
"gregory" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Metaph a hymn book. Yeah, it was Mike, some our green or something it was, you know, let's stay together. You know. It was his drag. You thought it was no, not marine Downey pick left hand. It was definitely white hurt. Okay. No one made it to the car. So then he goes Gregory at the songs over gives a eulogy for kin and he's like, you know, people like kin made this community, what it was. He was the salt of the earth and a great one great person. The one percent are really to blame for the identity politics that divide us up. And then at he gave that Lewis speech, which was a lot more magnanimous than just made the seem. Jesus was watching the whole time because you know, to a more we're gathered. So he had to be there how he had to be there. So Jesus said, speech, beautiful and gray was all humble and shit and acting like he learned his lesson that the losing election like you don't know how to appreciate things to you. Lose them, Jesus, and she's like, that's what I be trying tell. These is that that's the whole point of the book. And he was like, I've learned my lesson Jesus. I know that I'm there narcotic of. Gregory comes over to the grieving parents later, and they're by themselves crying and shit, and he's Gregory's like, you know, oh, they like we appreciated your words about our son, and he's like, well, you know, watches, I understand going through Donald and Tammy goes to big. 'cause he's drunk. And I think Earl, had she offer Earl something to drink to thing, and he, no, Greg, Gregory actually came with alcohol. He follow in his hand. Right. And you know, they both was like we dry and she was like, were not drinking. Right? And it was interesting because like it's like maybe they were recovering alcoholics or something. Yes, I guarantee you Greg renew debt to right like it didn't even seem like it didn't even seem like it was like they would just turn it down on a whim. Like, Nah, I don't wanna drink tonight. It's like, we don't drink because we colleagues and. And this is against our whole vibe right now, right? As she said, man, fuck that. Turn up. Turn to hold out. You're not trying to drink. Well, that is really too bad. Okay. Girls mope ameet I got. Kids to tone up. Tired and guys go drop. She had to go lay down in their bed. Yes, she did Earls like I just wish I knew what to do. I just wish I could do something that she's like, you can leave me alone. Let me sleep and he was like, if that's what you need, I get on outta here. She was like, no, don't don't leave. I just miss my son, and then it panned over as he put her to sleep, put the seat over and then it pans over to the doorway and guess what? Bottle? Alcohol got damn devil himself. Gregory Jackson Greg's last name. This Gregory something. We've got Gregory. About ain't gotta last name. Right? I would to go look it up, but this it is a tarantula of. Yeah, you don't have a last name. Gregory Gregory have. Never heard them. Call them last night. He's been Gregory right. Gregory ass is just sitting with a bottle of. Alcohol. Let's go. From a man who didn't drink, Earl did not drink. He was like my wife drank, but I'm putting a bed. I'm not drinking. So then we come back and. Gregory Earl drums he just points shot at the satellite one moat is warm. Oh, shut one, motoring Eve's. Wilted you're doing. Let's talk about the politicking. Right? He's talking shit about Meg the whole time. He's like, you know, she runs a white slavery ring out of the pizza. Come down. You know, the votes was read, right? What about her emails you ever think about that grade?.
"gregory" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"In Gregory. Much better. Now, the instigators. Morning hockey's back Monday. No, it's Tuesday. It's tuesday. We do get that extra day. Now. It's weird. I'll definitely say that. It's definitely weird instigators Andrew Peters. Craig? I want to tell you how much there is to talk about right now. But. Good to be back. I'm these three days off man and now with hockey happening. I wanted. I wanted to come in yesterday. You looks so tanned. Oh, stop listen. I don't know what you do on your time. No, no, no. Only guy in buffalo wise the Bahamas coming back because you come back every weekend. It was based you've got this beautiful tan. I don't know if you put bronze or on or something, but bronze or whatever you're doing. I don't it's I noticed. But that's the thing. I noticed about you, the first thing I said when you walked in today was simply I noticed that you're taking advantage of the nice weather in the time off because that's not quite my words. You look like you've been you've been outside. I did send out a tweet today. Basically telling you everything that we're going to talk about and a lot of those things are pretty self explanatory. We got the game tonight the four one Columbus win last night some signings around the league what's going on with Sam Reinhart? Okay. Just kind of overall ribs sat through this weather. He sat out or been around players that have sat out. So we'll talk about. I've sat. Is the vow is his is the overplaying his hand is he is this normal is this how the negotiations go? We'll talk about that. And obviously Craig wants to get to the volunteer. Davis stuff. We'll we'll save that for a little bit. Because I know he's pretty heated as as I know everybody else out there. They're they're pretty heated. I think it's a confusing situation. So we'll talk about what did I what did I say when I came in here this morning gonna go right at it today. You know, we don't have to go at it. What was the first question? I asked when I walked in to the room because all of the guys that we work with all the brains behind the scenes sit in a room together. And we all discuss hockey, and we discuss sports in general and the first question I asked once I walked in the room is there anything more is there. Anything more on volunteer. There has to be more. I think there has to be more. I mean, if there isn't something more than it is it is the most ridiculous. Thing that I've seen in sports in a very long time. It's ridiculous. I'd say that it's it's pretty interesting. I didn't you call it. Interesting. You can call it. Whatever you want. I'm just saying personally, I think it's disgusting. I think it's absolutely disgusting. Things a little harsh not harsh what he wrote is real. What if what he you know, why? Great. Sat back. I've sat back, and I've stayed quiet on Twitter. I read the comments, and you know, what? And I'm never going to praise the guy for what he did. I'll never praise him. But you know, what if that was his moment if that was his muscles moment. That's his momma how that's his moment. He couldn't last thirty minutes longer. And then taking this moment after the game. That's absolutely discussed list. That's what I think. I you left your entire family. Okay. And those guys in that locker room, they are like family. Okay. You left them all out to dry. This is a Reno really the team actually was better in the second half without him. So that's not the point. Whether it was better when they came out in the second half, they seem to be more in sync on on the offense. And the defense I'm talking an individual that's going to battle with with his teammates clearly lost desire lost the desire K. Yes. I do. Explain to me where it's written in the code or whatever that that. He has that he's obligated to stay in this game. I was demonstrating every die hard football fan. This morning yelling at the TV. And you know, like my point is is that. So what I mean? So what let's let's just look I understand. I heard the teammates comments. I understand the teammates comments. I put myself back in my shoes. And I'm sitting there, and I'm thinking what if I was either a healthy scratch or sitting in the locker room at at intermission. And a guy walked out. He's like I've had it. I'm done. Maybe it's not about the team's performance. Maybe it's not about how the teams playing. Maybe it's not about the first two games. Maybe it's just about how he feels. Maybe he just doesn't feel right. Mentally physically mentally into the game. He's clearly not mentally into the sport anymore. So he packed it in. And he is why I chose not to write anything on Twitter. I chose not to I came here after a couple of days. And. A little bit yesterday me and you text back and forth. But you're the only one that I'd tax with. I definitely did not agree with your thoughts and sediments. But here's I respect is earned business. It's just a game of business. He just a game business. It's so much more than that. If you want to be a great football team and what we're up to. But we're separating. I'm separating the incident from the team and the player. I'm speaking about. I asked when I first came in this morning. Anything more. So I can make that that feeling of like I understand where this young man's coming from. Okay. I understand that. He's put a lot of time and effort, he's thirty years old. He's he's at a really really nice NFL career. Okay. I can understand I read his his comments, and I understand the comments. I don't understand getting undressed halfway through a game. Because something went off in your head. A light bulb went off in your head that you're done. Someone says, you know, nothing about football this hockey show, this this is a character issue debate. This isn't about for comment that we're not thanks for listening. I'll tell you that he screwed up or whatever that we don't know. Team. Togetherness, staying fulfilling your obligation your commitment your contract, all that stuff. This isn't this isn't football or hockey. This is sports. I think this is the biggest story in sports if this young man would have retired after the game. Not one thing would be said. Not one. I would I would look at that man and say, listen, this is your time. It is the right time. I cannot understand getting undressed leaving your team in in that type of situation. All those guys that you have built relationships and love for over the years. Some guys you can't weird. How weird whether you strongly believe it or not if you're that player. How weird is that drive out of that stadium? Have you ever left the stadium while a game is still going on or coming its way? Way way beyond that this guy. Von davis. There's life after football gender stand. There's life after football this guy right now is known as a quitter he quit on the closest people to him his coaching staff the organization the players that he has incredible relationships with in that dressing room. How do they see this this guy that they can understand that? Yes. The guys done, but you can't do it in the middle of a hockey game or a football game or any sport for that matter. He could have played thirty more minutes. And after that game said guys, I just can't do it anymore. My body, mentally physically. I can't do it. I've put everything I could into the game. Now, I've got to step away. How this guy I think there's something mental going on with the guy. And that's why I wanted to wait to give my opinion on it. Because I was waiting to see if there's something like he had a neck injury. That is just like. I I just can't understand the decision that he made in the middle of a game. I think thirty minutes later if the decision would have been fine go into that game or the night before or the week before. Because it didn't he sit the week before. I mean, he went into that whole week probably just saying I'm just gonna I'm day to day now, mentally in the sport. I just wanna see how it goes. He definitely picked the wrong time. But what you're seeing in my opinion is a guy that just truly fell in love with the game that he was being that. Maybe he maybe it wasn't the game that he thought it was anymore. Maybe he just you know, what I don't understand it either. Because I wasn't in the room. And I don't even think anybody that's in the room control understand it because it's just not the way we're wired, but the end of the day for me when you know, you know, I'll tell you this. I'll tell you this, and I said it to the guys in the back Jimmy times. And I don't know what this makes me generally times. I sat in that penalty box. I forgetting my. Punched in. And I was sitting there dazed and confused. I'm like, why am I doing this? I just want to skate after this five minute major. I just wanna go to locker room hang my gear up and leave. That's all I wanted to do. I couldn't believe the life that I was living fighting in the NHL. Like, it's like you're sitting here thinking yourself like what am I I'm more? Shamed of myself than anything that. I am anything else. You know? I didn't quit tell you. The one reason why didn't quit the same answer gave the guys in the back. It's my mom and dad invested almost their whole life into our hockey. Does the only reason why I didn't quit till I wrote the thing out until I absolutely could just throw in the towel. But this guy might have just minded just mentally imploded with the game of football. How do you blame a guy for that? I don't blame him. Blame them choice of doing it in the middle of of a football game. He could've played to Morehouse Andrew. Yeah. More haves, and he could've walked to the podium and said, I'm done. I just can't do it anymore. And you're going to have no one's gonna sit there and rag on him. The guy's thirty years old. He's he's got a long career in the National Football League. He's put a lot of time and effort into get to where he so many bumps in the road. I can't even imagine. But this guy had a very very good career. Well, and now all of a sudden, it's almost like he he's he's known as a quitter now instead of a guy that's played a, and I guess why? He's okay with that. If he's okay with that will then good luck in your retirement vantera. That's all I have to say because guess what tomorrow's a new day move on. He was here yesterday, you know, gone and forgotten in my opinion, if you're in the locker room, you're you're you basically you wash your. Move on. He doesn't wanna be. Episode. I get it. But if he can live with it. Yes. I know he's going to have to live with it. But I feel I feel bad for this, man. This young man that he did what he did. Because that's gonna follow him for a long time..
"gregory" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS
"I think that optimism has to be balanced by saying, what is it gonna take to make a more positive vision of that many more people as witnesses. In our ideal vision, mission catches anyone anywhere is able to be witness to what is wrong in this -ociety is you have to really think at these multiple levels, which is, what does anyone need to know in order to film if they happen to witness a hate crime or an incident of violence or injustice is a skills level. I think we're only just touching the edge of what it means to be an effective witness, both someone who documents something they see, but also shares it as they encountered online. And then I think the the other levels of these questions of the tools enable, right? So we need to keep thinking about tools that enable people to be protected, safe and anonymous when they need to share something and trusted when they need to share something publicly. And so really those elements of safety and trust and how. We reinforce those with. There are many more people out there and there are bad. Actors are important, and then of course, so much of this also depends on on governments, not coming up with reflexive responses to this or reactive responses to some of the big problems out there like extremism and fake news, but really thinking consciously about how they protect this greater public sphere and the company's doing the same. They have a responsibility, governments going gonna, push them to a place if we're not careful, that'll be a place that's not helpful for a greater diversity of voice than my hope is that companies will recognize that role that seeing and hearing how they tools play out, they will adapt them. And if that doesn't work, then also understand and respond to growing public pressure that wants to defend this base. Thanks and that was Sam. Gregory bringing to the end of this special edition of.
"gregory" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"And conditions. I've got Gregory on the line. Gregory are you with me? My friend. I wouldn't think Gregory. Are you a Christian. I want to be honest with you. I don't know. I nor- you Christian. Have you been in the past Christian? ES devoted Christian? All right. So how did you get to a point now where you're on the bubble and looking around wondering whether you are a Christian? Honestly, there's a very, I should say misrepresented versus stretchered assists, then she'll truth and the truth shellfish Afri and I started seeking out for that truth. I had my degree in commercial technology, but I wanted my masters on the elegy and inside that field apologetic. Fortunately is I was starting. I started browsing the net for articles books from people who have been doing this for a long time. And I have noticed that every single article debate even podcast, you name it that has an apology, an assign 'test or any atheists or somebody that works education. The only thing that I can remember that the apologists are coming with our like bible bursaries and far to say, misrepresented science regarding scientists, the bible otherwise, and I wanna go that way. If I believe in God that made everything and everything, I really wanted something that I could grasp something I dunno holds water. I haven't been able to finding anything that's kinda started too big a hole in me star to miss. We're man start to fall right. Exactly. Exactly. And the point is that now what have conflict between what I've been doing for years, I accepted Jesus eighteen and I'm forty shootout so you can tell. So I feel pretty much like men the hunky. This point. What I was in for years, what I was waiting for you anything teaching for years. I am faith with a giant that I can't go around or we'll let me ask you if you questions and you decide how much you want to respond. Tell me about your upbringing and conversion experience. Mom and dad were believers. My Gat was my Merle sorta was, but you know, seems I come from a home in which you know we do with that. He says, so pretty much we all went to church. The child? Yeah. How did you end up seeing the salvation? Freyre paint that picture. For me, it was a church and went and spur heavily struggle that time. And I, I surely afterwards they broke up and I was going to this church and it was feeling accepted in this church. One day decided to accepts Jesus. You know, the usual stuff. What was the catalyst that. Caused you to accept Jesus at that moment? Were you were you unhappy? Was it a charismatic preacher that convinced you in the moments? It was something else out of the at. Can't recall. It's been a while. Okay. Well, I mean, that's fair. But understanding why we do things often helps us to understand the effect that they have on us. You know thing, eager set yourself, understanding why we do things within those walls, the church wolf. I mean, I don't think anyone understands your active leader and fading even if it makes no sense at all. If I may you sound rattled. I mean, I get that right. Your whole world is sort of shifting and perceptions are changing. Do you have a fear of hell? Why does this bother you so much these questions? Doubts. I've been raced believing this for many years. And if your question is you fear of hell. Honestly, I do. I mean, I can't lie. You do the, it's like something psychological insight. It's like something that's like wired and the back of your head and you just can't seek rub off. Unfortunately, what if we were to look at it in terms of not hardware but software? What if we were to look at the fear of hell being something that you were told when you were younger and that you believed when you were younger? It was a program sort of installed on the hard drive of your brain. Okay..
"gregory" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Way of the broken skull ranch this is the steve austin show a hell yeah yeah now here's steve austin about a welcome to steve and show i am coming to even the silver state i hear to be star two point oh in the bada it is a bright beautiful day it is rely four happy fourth of july and everybody out there i hope you had a good one i know the fourth of july came right and the damn middle of the week this time around on a wednesday boy that is not the greatest day to have a fourth of july party nonetheless my niece and her boyfriend are coming down here to the crib we're having hotdogs chili frito pie seven layer bean dip chips and a bunch of other bs and i am going to be rustling up some broken skull ranch margaritas and that's the bottom line just got back riding a buggy up baron the mountains had a damn good ride how asheville a bit of scouting around not looking for hunting spots just scouting around with the the local area had a good time came back to the career and we're going to keep this open pretty short because got linked to converse whether mary interesting guest has name is gregory ironed who's a professional wrestler he has cerebral palsy and that does not get in his way he moves forward with so much enthusiasm and determination in his life he's also a motivational speaker i had a blast talking to this young man it was a pleasure to meet him he's doing a lot of good work inside the squared circle traveling around all over the world sometimes teaming with his longtime mentor hero friend zach gallon and i'll tell you what they make a damn good tack dame i think you'll enjoy my conversation with gregory iron and i'm gonna keep this short so i can get it to my producer so he can celebrate his fourth of july i hope you enjoy this show i'm heading back to los angeles early next week while we hit the ground running and breaks more guests here.
"gregory" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Not only their personality and temperament but perhaps also their predilection for certain types of rules in our environment whether it's a working role or more of a pet or therapy roll return to the previous we'd discuss exactly dogs thinking a homeless can you tell us about what dokes thinking you know doing the day when they're not necessarily spending time with the onus that's much more difficult question because all the experiments that we do involve them generally interacting with humans and we're now getting to the point where we can identify those what you've hoped to find at the end of this well i think part of it is just basic knowledge it's understanding the aleutian of the nervous system and brains in general so as humans it will tell us something about what is it that makes humans different from other species so it's not the case that our brains are identical obviously because we have different cognitive skills but what's interesting around in neuro sciences that there's very little data on other species other than humans and rats and mice and so the goal is to fill in the evolutionary tree to understand how we got where we are at least in humans and then what is it about other animals that make them particularly well suited for the environments that they live in which of course are disappearing rapidly in many cases they have core emotions very similar to ours they certainly experienced things like pleasure and they have expectations and they have wants and needs some of which are very much like our so it makes you appreciate how similar we are and that they are sentient beings and then the impulse questions gregory do like people do they like through besse i think it's very clear from our experiments on food versus praise that the majority of dogs that live with us in our homes have at least equal likes for both and some have more for the humans obviously no animal is going to starve just for the love of their human.