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"grieg" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"In the opera, hansel and gretel by engel that humperdinck goes for a ride and not on a horse, of course, or a broomstick. The engage time to call it a night? All right, but only if we call it at night on Bond mountain. I could go all and on, but then it would be next month and I wouldn't have time to play the music that edvard grieg wrote to describe where the leader of the trolls lives in the hall of the mountain king. In the hall of the mountain king from the Perkins did by edvard garrigue. Please. Tune in again next time. When there will be a new piece of music to dissect on classics for kids..
"grieg" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"Hello there and welcome to classics for kids. Of course, I don't have to tell you that holiday is coming up and by we've been listening to spooky music about trolls all month. Today we have some more appropriate music for Halloween, some marches, some dancers, and some very bumpy ride. That Greek. He certainly knew I think or two about roles. That is griggs march of the trolls from his lyrics read. But on Halloween, it's not only roles who march marionettes to two, even dead ones. Some people may know that as the opening to a television show, but way before Alfred Hitchcock and his show were born French composer Charles Gould wrote these funeral march of a marionette. Is marching to the RiRi for you? Well, how about dancing? It may still sound like marching, but that is the ancient chant DS ire. Day of rat from the mass for the dead composer Franz Liszt uses that tune to let the dancing begin in the top and tans. Dance of the dead. If you prefer to dance to wear violin, French composer coming in saints has the devil tuna pan play. They don't smell. Tired from all that dancing? One to take a load of your feet and go for a ride instead. That can be a rain. Some ride. Those are the kids, mythical women on horseback from an opera by Richard Wagner. Speaking of operas, if you were thinking, we were going to celebrate Halloween without any beaches. Again..
"grieg" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"Right? Incidental music illustrates the action or creates a mood for what's going on in a movie or play. For thousands of years all the way back to the earliest theater in ancient Greece, people have been using music to spice up what's happening on stage. The first time someone composed incidental music for a particular play may have been in 1664 for the first performance of John dryden's play the Indian Queen. But that music is lost now. A bit later, Henry Purcell wrote that music for another production of the Indian Queen. I have a composer friend who writes incidental music for plays and jokingly refers to it as accidental music, but since he and other composers spend hours getting the music just right, it's anything but an accident how music is used in the theater. That's some of the incidental music Felix mendelssohn wrote to set the mood for the fairies and magic in William Shakespeare's comedy amid summer night's dream. One of the human characters in a midsummer night's dream, bottom the weaver spends a good part of the play wearing a donkey's head instead of his own. In another piece of mendelssohn's incidental music for the play, you can hear the donkey going, he ha. He ha. The braying donkey is just one way that mendelssohn lets you know that amid summer night's dream is funny. Good composers use their music to show whether a play is a comedy or a tragedy. Definitely not funny, right? Ludwig van Beethoven wrote very noble music for the play egmont about a noble man who stands up to the Spanish inquisition. It's hard to stand up to the Spanish inquisition without losing your head, or getting hanged, which is what happens to egmont. The tragedy egmont is by the German poet Goethe, who really knew how to put words together. Unfortunately, Goethe had nothing to do with the German play rosamunde, which was so terrible that both the author and the play have pretty much been forgotten, but not the wonderful incidental music that Franz schubert wrote for rosamunde. If people like Beethoven and mendelssohn were composing today, they'd probably be writing music for the movies. Lots of classical composers have written film music like Erin Copeland, who sets just the right tone for the movie version of Thornton wilder's play our town. Of course, movie music has only been around since the mid 20th century, so all the composers who lived before then, like edvard grieg wrote their incidental music for plays. You can tell just by the sound of it that something very creepy is going on in the hall of the mountain king. In the hall of the mountain king is just one part of the incidental music that edvard grieg composed for the play peer gynt. Next week I'll let grieg's incidental music tell you the story of the play. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim lantern at wgc, Cincinnati. I hope you can join me again for more classics for kids..
"grieg" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"What's cooking on this Thursday? It's me Vanessa from the past as it is a Tuesday when I'm recording. I am just sitting here at my desk, with my drink, you know, in my natural habitat. Today I have brought to you an Australian case. And a more widely known case at that. This one is a wild ride, so buckle up, keep all hands and feet inside the ride at all times and make sure you put your hats in your phones in the bin up front before getting on this ride, because I am not liable for any lobster damaged items. That is the ride we will be going on today. And I do want to say that I got a lot of this information from murder pedia. Which, if you know what that is, or if you don't know what that is, it's a website encyclopedia of murderers, and it's pretty crazy and very informational. So definitely recommend murder pedia if you're looking to do some midnight research on really scary people. I have also been reading the book, serial killers and psychopaths. True life cases that shocked the world by Charlotte grieg and John marlowe. Really good read. It has different categories and different types of killers and it's got all the big names you can think of like John Wayne Gacy, Ted Bundy's in here, just little snippets on each of these killers and it's a really good read and full of information, especially if you're looking for quantity. You're looking for a lot of information on a lot of different people. So definitely check that out. I got mine online. You can probably find it anywhere, just search the title. I'll post a picture of the book on this week's Instagram. So, without further ado, let's jump right into the case of Catherine knight. First starters, let's go into the background info on this old gal. Catherine, Mary knight is her full name. She was born October 24th, 1955, so totally on brand with it being October and.
"grieg" Discussed on ESPN FC
"One being the player. You kinda most think is capable ready. You wanna see in the lineup by being the last. They are nestled at alpha. Kappa says sarah Marino and your hon basket. Go ahead who. You've got one to five. You start with number one as you wish it's your show. I'll start with number five got meanness listen. Is there because he's just filling a void if something needs to happen he's a player. Who could play as a centre bag. He plays outside back on both sides experience. I think he's just filling avoiding case. Something happens but it doesn't happen number. Four i got echoed. Morano nick moran no. He's he's there as that legacy choice you. He's the guy who still part of this group because he's a leader because he's been so important in the past and they're trying to see if he can regain his fitness. He's coming off. An injury hasn't necessarily been playing with monterrey. Because montas implying from one at number three. I'm gonna put your baskets and the reason he's number three right now. He actually went down. He's gone down because in his absence. Somebody else has taken advantage. Okon bascus big transfer to to genoa. He's number three right now. He hasn't played but the guy who played in front of them was sets out and says to me had disappointing. Olympic caused a few penalty. Kicks he was not as good in the concentration. As i thought he'd be defensively. He lacked these world cup qualifiers. He's been massive. Probably the best centreback mexico has had. He lacks the experience. So and the guy who has all of this has got the intangibles the experience pride and have such a great work of qualifying fixture date last. Go around but is still the best in my eyes is necessarily alco. He's number one. Wow i could not disagree more. I'm looking at my list. I got at number five. You must not be watching. Vigo you're saying he starts. He's great none of the not for the national team and not in league. Play is playing well right now. I got him at number five. I got at number four. This is again hurt for what i want to see. And you're going to see what i'm going for here echoed tomorrow at three. I'm going young says out montas at three and say you're going young. No i am going young. i'm going out. Alco got a month. This listened to my top. Two number two samantha yukon. Vasquez number one. Kids i wanna see the case. I don't care. I wanna see him. I'm not convinced by anybody else. You're convinced by the centreback from mexico. No somebody in there who's not played. Nah slave whether if he's eighty good to play if he's good to be called in hurricanes so mexico scheduled at home against canada on the seventh home against us on the tenth and away against those salvador on the thirteenth right. Speaking of mexico hurt speaking of the us. Men's national team as well. You and i were both in columbus last night. We got to witness yet. Another installment of those saucedo this time columbus crew beating gruza sewell in the communist cup in all about delivery from luca seller grieg is. It's just industrial thousand. Here reminding many mexican birds that dose aceros a popular thing s cup featuring the mls champion columbus crew against the league amac east champion mcgrew sassou wednesday night and call the crew beating consumer to nothing. Mls now winning two three hercules in this series it was a good game. It was a great great atmosphere. What do you think the split of fans was in columbus. Though towards the end i would say it was more of a fifty fifty crowd towards the end at the beginning at the beginning of saw blue. Maybe maybe call for handball here. From our vantage point on the set it looked like it but after reviewing bar. No handball would inch closer. But it wasn't meant to be followers by right there off the post and then right here. Good chance coming through angola right to the keeper. Yeah it really was a frustrating evening for kusa. Of course it was on hulu who gave the own in the fourth minute the crew taking to nothing lead in the seventy four th minute jonathan mensah. Who was left wide open. Her on that backpost. Yeah but that's that's an air right there from cordona caught on as much better than that's a second air he's produced in two games against one. Is that.
"grieg" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Okay i don't care what anybody says. My you know you kill the game when you can step out covered head to toe and everyone's still recognizes you should. I don't even recognize some of my friends when they're wearing a mosque but kim kardashian climbs up the stairs looking like a video game character. You haven't unlocked and we're all like i know that shape patty where it's kim. Yeah it's kim and there are so many amazing outfits last night. Erica came looking like an astronaut at a funeral. Dan levy came as an angry throw pillow. Oh and one was one of my favorites. Kevin hawk he life-sized doll of frank. Ocean i mean that was genius. I didn't even think that way doesn't that's not the oh shit my bed and this is what i love about. Gaza right is that it brings america together. Black white republican democrat. No matter your sexual orientation people switch on their. Tv's and they all say they wearing and don't get me wrong. I love the mccollum. I'm not even trying to act like i hate. I love the medical because it's not about looking good. It's about looking different. You know it's the only party you can show up in a cardboard box with the word butthole written on it. People will be like. Oh my god yes. I need more of that in my life. Oh my god but if you show up in a beautiful taylor tuxedo. Everyone was like get that corny ship out of here. Bring back in the box and remember this entire event. This entire event is a fundraiser. That's what a lot of people talking trash like. What is this bullshit why these people doing. It's a fundraiser. That makes it possible to keep admission into the metropolitan museum of art free for residents. And i for one thing. That's really important because you can't be charging people money to look at art. I mean have you seen arts wit so like naked angel babies and pieces of twisted metal and people looking at that stuff going. Oh yes. I see i see. I'm not paying for that ship. Well let's move on to today's big political news out of california. America's left sideburn votes in the states are being asked whether they want to remove democratic governor gavin newsom from office after he made some poor decisions early on in the covert pandemic. Yeah because you see. Apparently he shouldn't have gone on that private doorknob. Licking tour of napa valley. Wasn't a good look. But all californians went to the polls today we probably won't have official results for some time and it turns out that the lusa might not accept the results when we do. It is now up to california voters. Whether gavin newsom remains governor whole show newsom with a comfortable lead but if the polls are wrong republican larry elder is boys to takeover elder. Turn some heads. Yesterday by pushing baseless claim centering around the recall election as elder was campaigning across l. a. in orange county urged his supporters to use an online form to report any suspected fraud at the same time the website hosting that form claimed it had already detected fraud and the results of the election quote resulting in gavin. Newsom being reinstated as governor. The only problem is the election isn't over yet. Donald trump really changed the game. He started calling elections rigged. Felt like this outrageous statement but already. It's just a standard thing. You can say these days languages just become part of political life is like how it used to be a huge deal to hear people say shit or asshole but now any asshole should say them all night long and this election feels like another tipping point because larry elder is calling grieg before and even finishes. I mean. i don't know about you. But i think that's a risky strategy. Man what like. What if he wins. It's going to put him in a little. Bit of a cul de sac found a new governor. I would like to say that this is some bullshit..
"grieg" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"I'm not a hippie but if for somebody to say this it means that they don't understand all the artificial obstacles put into place to keep the overwhelming majority of people dependent on physical labor on jobs for basic survival and that the system exists to help the wealthy become wealthier and he doesn't understand that if those obstacles were removed then it wouldn't be possible for him to become a billionaire in the first place at sure that he would be okay with that and finally that if a bought like this word to become real. It wouldn't mean that your mom and dad and their thirties forties and fifties wouldn't wouldn't have to go out and lay tar for living. It means that billionaires like himself would happily pay five million dollars each for one of these really really exclusive robots just that they could fire somebody from thirty thousand thirty three thousand dollars a year job for which they're not receiving medical benefits bats. Exactly what would happen. It's it's this. This enormous amount of clueless notice. That makes me think that it makes me fear that this person has any influence whatsoever on anything that happens in this world anywhere. That's what really gets up my nose that clueless that detachment from humanity. That makes me just take my opinion of elon. Musk down a couple pegs. I am sorry for getting off on a soaking up now. Andy with my anger. I hope you enjoyed the song off of any chance. We can interject musical theater anywhere. Exactly thank you very much of mid-october by the way okay. We liked you. Diatribe on tesla as well. So thank you very much. And we'll talk soon. Andy nocco joins us regularly. He's tech writer and blogger. You can find his work at dot co dot com and you can follow him at nocco. I'll spell it to its. I h n eighty k. Oh well coming. Up the joy of text poet tracy k smith and conductor marin alsop join us to talk about giving beethoven's ninth symphony a twenty first century spin. That conversation is next on eighty nine seven. Gbh boston public radio. He's jim brady and she's more grieg. And this is eighty nine seven w. h. w. hd. One boston each news dot org boston's local. Npr back to boston. Public radio job. Boeing's in for jim brady. Were waiting for our next guest..
"grieg" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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"grieg" Discussed on Creatively Christian
"Starting to put cultural god culture over salvation call evangelism culture over that as we have to quote unquote make up for the mistakes of the past Whereas that's another subject for another time guy says in him there is neither juno grieg neither bond or free male or female and so what he does even the playing field for everybody so while it is true that we do need to have that diversity and christian fiction you know. Have the chinese christians who know their story tell. Those stories have The various ethnic groups tell their story. There's nothing wrong with that. But we don't want to super see what god does for us over our culture because at the end of the day guy said i do not know you depart from me. You work iniquity. I never knew. And he's not going to say i don't know your culture he's gonna say. I never knew you you the individual. I don't know you that's what he's going to say. And so we don't want to let this cough to respect culture Negate our evangelism or our knowledge of salvation. Also you also say that. It's time to stop bullying of christian authors who write instead child genres such as like horror and fantasy science fiction. Paranormal can expound on that what do you what kind of bullying you received some mainstream christian readers and publishers. Really look down on people who write not. What's popular for mainstream christian fiction. I am a proponent and advocate a speculative fiction particularly christmas. Ride it because it's such a unique. John era where you can explore a so many interesting ideas okay. Like i'm going to use the alien guy. For example i noticed name is just hannah. He wrote this book a he wrote about aliens is so there's this tension between is this extraterrestrial activity or assist demonic activity and you know for christians two different schools thoughts about it another young man i had on my show. He writes fantasy. He wrote something in a very gray area of the scripture. Talking about demons they all demons side with satan or disown go off on their own. The some ever want to come back to the lord. We don't know okay so it's a gray area christian fiction and he wrote a story called the chronicles qadesh this chronicles and he explore that. Through this fantasy landscape of these demonic for these fallen beans fallen angels wanted to come back to god but their lives are shown through their actions on this world. The qadesh.
"grieg" Discussed on Naxos Classical Spotlight
"The mountain symphony orchestra heavy long recording history with naxos. They've recorded music by frenchman. Charles ives edvard. Grieg and starting in twenty eleven they embarked on the orchestral music of coming in san saw. Marxist throw the principal conductor of the malmo's symphony orchestra is considered a specialist in french orchestral music and in two thousand eight. He was honored by the french government with the title of value of the legion of honour. Here they are with a bit of the third movement of sansone symphony enough major that he composed in eighteen fifty six for competition in january eighteen. Fifty seven at one and performance was given in paris with the composer conducting strangely enough. This piece was never published.
"grieg" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"That has been projected as part of the propaganda of european cultural imperialism since the archaic states of that culture baynes interpretation of constantine therefore provides us with an ethnographic example of european nationalism the threat of non orthodox christianity. One of the concerns of this chapter is the relationship between religion and national consciousness. that is behavior nowhere. Is this relationship better. Exemplified than in european cultural history in no culture is a supportive relationship if formalized religion more successfully developed elaborated. One of the correlates of this view of the relationship between religion and nationalism is that in order to understand the dynamics of a particular religious statement one must first be aware of the ideological commitment of the people identify with it there unum arrojo and their relationship to others. This is of course a radical departure from the usual approach to the study of religion and in direct conflict with christian theologians those who would argue the quote unquote revolutionary political implications of christianity. See liberation theology literature also imply rather unconvincingly that the two thousand year imperialistic quest of western europe then euro america was successfully maintained in spite of religion that spoke for more humanistic goals that is simply implausible and does not make sense. It is not contradiction but consistency to has made for western european imperial success. Elaine pages in her interpretation of the significance of the developments of early christianity supports my view in that she pointed a social and political implications of apostolic christianism. As opposed to those of the nassir tradition that the orthodox church condemned and over which a triumph although we must not confuse political triumph with spiritual triumph. Perhaps it would be more fitting to begin with discussion of the african or comedic that is ancient egyptian origins of christian mythology and symbolism though pages does not refer to these at all but since we cannot take time here for such a discussion. The reader is referred to the works of gerald massey. Nineteen seventy-three john. G jackson nineteen five yosef. Ben joke amman. Nine hundred seventy three and others suffice it to say that the mythology and symbolism surrounding ucr also known as acer and Grieg's introduced the concept of a resurrected savior three thousand years. Before the advent of christianity a study of distribution also explains of december. Twenty fifth is used for the birthdate of jesus the symbolism of the stable as a place for his birth the three quote unquote wise men and so forth clearly however there had to be something quote unquote special something quote unquote different about the formulation of what is now accepted as biblical christianity or. It would not have been so well. Suited to the archaic european moreau as expressing the roman state.
"grieg" Discussed on WGN Radio
"From O'Hare to downtown at about a half an hour outbound side a little bit heavier at 32, all because of an earlier crash at Cumberland. I'm Vicky Conclusion. WGN Traffic century. It's Day nine of the search for 145 people missing in Florida's condo collapse. Work had to be stopped for 15 hours yesterday due to fear of more falling debris. Cruz notice cracks and movement in the other half of the building that's still standing there now only allowed in a limited area for safety reasons. There's also concern because Tropical Storm Elsa could hit next week. The National Weather Service team will meet with officials at the site today. President Biden says he's holding out hope for those unaccounted for in the condo collapse, Speaking in Miami yesterday, where he met with family members thought it's important to speak to every single person. Who wanted to speak to me. Biden is also announcing that as much federal help as needed for those rescuers in searchers will be available from the federal government. Most of the Champlain Towers South Condo board quit in 2019 over concerns about damage to the building. Washington Post reports. The board president and others were concerned there wasn't enough response to an engineer's report identifying major structural problems with the building. The board had warned other condo owners about the damage, but many owners didn't want to pay for those costly repairs. The Trump Organization's longtime chief financial officer, has pleaded not guilty to tax crimes. Alan Whistle dog was let out of the courtroom in handcuffs. After entering his plea, he's accused of failing to pay taxes on benefits he received from the organization, including cars, apartments and private school tuition for his grandson. The Trump Organization is also charged with conspiracy, grand larceny and tax fraud, churches. Former President. Trump has denied any wrongdoing. The indictment says the company kept two sets of books of private one that counted Weisberg's apartment and card as part of his compensation, another that did not allowing him to pay taxes on less income. Mayor Lightfoot celebrating Chicago's minimum wage increase to $15 an hour. The increase went into effect yesterday for most workers in the city four years earlier than the rest of Illinois. As a result, more than 400,000 Chicagoans working in the city received a raise. Yesterday. The mayor says she'll stay focused on the wage issue. Yes, we've got to think about what it really is a living wage in the city of Chicago and will continue to work with our partners. Workers at businesses with 21 or more employees are guaranteed a minimum wage of $15 an hour. Two DuPage County men have been charged with neglect in the nursing home death of a 96 year old woman in Westmont more on that from WGN's Ron Brown DuPage County authorities say the 96 year old woman was left overnight in a bus at the Cordy, a senior living nursing home last February, when the temperatures drop down to 22 degrees. Police say 63 year old Berkman. Grieg was the bus driver who brought the wheelchair bound woman back from a trip to the hospital, but didn't make sure that she got off the bus before parking it for the night. They say the manager, 43 year old Nav Deep doll, failed the locator. When told that she was unaccounted for. Ron Brown. W G N knew the Boy Scouts of America will write checks to tens of thousands of victims who claimed they were sexually abused. Multiple reports say the organization Will pay $850 million in what's being called the largest settlement for a child sex abuse case ever in the US, The suit represented more than 48 to make that 84,000 people. It was. Just last year, The Boy Scouts filed for bankruptcy due to rising legal defense costs in sex abuse cases. And now we've WGN SPORTS Here's Day Venice sponsored by Schomburg Boomers baseball. It's been six years since the Bulls took Bobby Portis on the first round of the draft. Last night. He had his biggest moment in the NBA, starting in place of Injured Star Yana Santa to come POH in Game five of the Eastern Conference finals. Parties had the Milwaukee fans chanting his name as he scored 20 to help the box go wire to wire to beat Atlanta 1 23 1 12 and take a 32 series lead a career playoff high for reporters, who is one went away from the NBA Finals. No Cubs or White Sox position. Players will start the All Star game a week from Tuesday starters were announced. Three Toronto Blue Jay starting the American leg, Reds and Braves each place two starters on the annual squad. The Cubs start a series tonight in Cincinnati, hoping to snap a six game losing streak. 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"grieg" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Is so important. I just love going to the the remote fjords the west coast of norway and finding the little tiny cabin where edvard grieg. The great norwegian composer would work. And you can see the simple piano he composed on and you can look out the window and see the solitude in the pristine network and the vastness of it all that inspired him and you can imagine that solitude was his muse absolutely. I think a lot of the places that i've is it with light that they had just enough architecture to make some difference so you weren't completely outside and thorough. Has that line where his walden pond hot. He was caged amongst birds so the birds were free and there. He was with at his desk just in the nature. So i suppose venturing to these places you would prepare yourself to know. What was the purpose of this hutton. And what is the humanity of it. What was the struggle. What was the heroics of this hut and then when you go there. It becomes a little more rewarding a little more meaningful. Yes absolutely and some of them had amazing. Double triple quadruple lives. So there were sale house that i visited in iceland. And these are buildings that are incredibly rudimentary stop and they were built by the early knauss to make crossing the very barren interior of iceland possible. So they were joined the dots kind of stations along the way and they started out being almost little igloos. If you can imagine an igloo that was made of turf and rox And then over the years. They've been rebuilt so many times that now they like what you might recognize as a sort of prairie farmstead In a way but they still retain the foundations and the story and the myth and the ghosts of all of these different inclinations and all of the travelers pass through them. I found really fascinating. And you can hike to one of those. What was it like lobster house of joy in the middle of iceland. It was amazing. Because i think i describe in the book is driving over this featureless because we were renovating it. We actually drove out. But you can imagine the norse walking over this featureless terrain immense seeing this little hook as it would have been in their day appearing and the house of joy. You know you can imagine the joy that you know you're sleeping. You have a roof tonight. You know you're going to be warm because if you miss that if you get lost if you can't find it then you're out on a permafrost did completely baron sort of tundra so the need to get in and get warm with immense and very kind of you know essentially elemental and when i approached. Havana's which was the sal house. I visited i describe it as little. A little house sat up and hugging. Its knees and when you're out in this kind of an environment and you got your note pet there as a writer. All sorts of beautiful thoughts i would think just flutter by you wanna grab them and write them down absolutely. Although often i end up thinking about this. In retrospect how try and take a few pictures but often when you're in these bases it's so important just to live in the moment and even writing something down you don't wanna take your eyes off was around you. Directly in front of the sale house was the second largest glossier in iceland and just to look at it was just so it had such charisma. This thing you know it exuded. This cold cold charisma. It was really hypnotic. You would look into these deep. Deep blue's all the blues you can imagine of this you know elemental incredibly old incredibly important blasio and then to actually take your eyes off it and write something down would almost feel like a dereliction of duty you know well to sort of soak it all up. Take it all in. This is the quintessence of travel. What you're talking about this is travel. With rick steves. If you ever wanted to really get away and i mean really away the neil enjoy the stories of travel writer. Dan richards his book is outpost attorney to the wild ends of the earth and in this book. He takes us on adventures to ten remote cabins and refugees and some of the most hostile terrain on the planet. Dan is a royal literary fund fellow at bristol university in england. We have links to dense work with this week. Show rick steves dot com slash radio. So then you talk about these little hudson. These sheds and whatever we call them and they do have interesting names in scotland. What is it a booth or a offy. yes tell us about arriving at a the in scotland. Well i think the word coffee comes from There are several of derivation. But if you can imagine a booth it's a single room dwelling and again your arriving after heart. They slog it scotland. So you know it rains and then it really rains. And if the sun is shining it's probably still raining you and you'll be hiking over. Maybe some moorland. Or maybe you've come off the kango and mountains and just immersed in this amazing plateau of fans and gorse and heather and moorland menu. See on the horizon again. A little buffy this little former crofters hut perhaps a little house little dwelling and you get in and one of the most amazing things about scottish bodies and bodies exist all over the uk. There are some in wales. There are some in the lake district you get into this very simple dwelling and there were the marks of the people who have been here before you and it really put me in mind. There's a wonderful poem by philip. Larkin and the poem is called. Home is so sad and the lines go it stays as it was left. Formed to the comfort of a last to go as if to win them back. I've got a cabin. I rarely visit up in the mountains of seattle. And it's like that. I never know who is there last. And sometimes it's been months but you still feel the spirit of the people who were there last and how they left it and what they must have done in the fund they must have had and then you get you get to take that story and carry it forward. That's it and the carrying forward. I think is such an amazing thing. A lot of the places. I visited in the book the bodies and the sale house generous architecture and as much as they allow on would movement they allow further adventures. Into as you said earlier apparently completely inhospitable terrain but within them hidden at these jewel like dwellings at an allow you to spend a night in relative comfort The scottish have a word rough stuffing they call it. So you know you don't find author you don't find a sale house you end up sleeping in a relatively dry ditch with your pack a pillow in qatar as deve deve or you know and that's rough stuffing and the alternative to that is amazing bossy. Don't give me any day over rough. Absolutely yeah so you can have a fire in. That's right. It is kinda cool to think. They're not the end of the road. They are a depot on the way to somewhere in most cases absolutely. Yeah they're kind of silo. I think you know 'cause some people leave. You might get candles. You mike matches. You might get some food. That's been left this kind of in a ten you might. You might even get biscuits. I mean.
"grieg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Think this show started. Thanks again. The same person for joining. I still think I still want to see, uh You know, high karate comeback in English leather. I think, James, there's gonna be a perfect guy to kind of run the new person right up there. I could see that Joe Biden should bring back things like you know, it was, you know, he'll want to small for being all those were being an advertising lancers and Metis One rule. Never candleholders. All right? Yeah, That's right. Who's farm? Strawberry one, Annie Green Springs on the bottles. And Jane. Those Those were all Joe Biden era. You might see all this stuff. Come back. You might see all the, uh, all that stuff coming from a full of carcinogens against Trey Water. Our good friend who is the CEO of the league old royalties there publicly traded company here in the States Stock, civil e l y g f up in Canada seal why, But we have him on a czar sold gold expert because he is the goal next 33 years of investment banking experience. Venture capital experience. He's an investment guy. Hey, was a Maryland skitter pity body, Paine Webber. And now he is the CEO of a gold royalty company. Way lean on him, because gold is such an important part of that investors asset allocation. Gold performs really well in times of economic turmoil is what we're seeing now provides very well in high inflation and the dollar weakness trade. First of all welcome We saw gold take the biggest one day drop in several years, but then rebounded immediately. It's a commodity, but it acted like a stockholder this week to talk about that a bit, but Well, you know what they didn't say about that drop was that I think we're up almost $100 a week before little profit taking hands. I tell you Gold is notorious for the head fakes, breakouts and breakdowns, And that's exactly what happened late last week is the stock broke out of that range We've been looking at around 1919 20 Randa 1950. They're a lot of traders jumped on board, and then Monday was A covert breakthrough and election mania and gold's down $100. Yeah, and but you know that, Of course, you know, today again climbing back. How does it affect the company like yours, Trey. I mean, you guys have semen resilient. Regardless, it's interesting. I look at you guys and gold fluctuating and you guys are still strong. How does that How is that work? Because because you seem to react positively to win gold increases, but you don't react negatively when one damn drops. How panic there. How does that work? Well, we go drops my shareholders. Don't blame me. They blame Goldman Sachs, central banks or some other, you know, it's Zweig manipulation, but seriously silly. I mean, we're still looking at here in $1850 gold, where I believe that's up in the last year over $400 an ounce, so the environment for gold producers and thus for gold royalty companies Is is still very, very positive. Then you know, we think that gold I think we talked about it. Really? Just last week that we thought we could maybe go down to the 200 day moving average in 1800. On it looked like maybe we're out of the woods last week, but I think 1800 is that 200 day moving average is still in the cards again. Yeah, it's what's interesting is is if you look at you know what you can't deny. Trey is the amount of stimulus that we've had the amount of money putting that we had. And all those underlying Metrics that effect old are still there, regardless of who wins this election, And regardless of what's going on politically on Grieg, artists of the day to day and week to week swings we've seen in gold. We still have a potential inflation problem here, right? Well, that's exactly right. You're still seeing a lot commodities on the rise, You know, copper, you know, actually actually set a new high earlier this week here for the last couple of years, so it's still a very good environment. Although we did see interest rates spike up. On the tenure in the 30 Year on Monday. That was part of what hurt the gold, the gold trade and we saw the bank stocks make a big recovery, and all this, of course, was based on the fact that it looks like there's a going to be a vaccine here and that we're out of the woods on on the cove it but yet Here We are with 100,000 new cases a day, A million cases in the last 12 days. Hospitalizations up starting to climb again s O. You know, we're not out of the woods on the Kobe thing. And you know, we're not out of the woods on the election thing is, Yeah, We're so uncertainty is very much up in the air and then certainly still raised me Ask you a trade because you are president, CEO of a publicly traded company and the Healy gold royalties. You gotta really Gold inc dot com. That's l Why. Gold inc dot com What does this do to you and your operations, seeing an increase in cases and such like that going forward, or do you stay the course and how you've been for the last 78 months. We pretty much stay the course. You know, we do a lot of our stuff. We, you know, we we announced a new deal in Nevada this week. A new royalty purchase. Where really? Yeah, We know the landscape in Nevada so well, there's so much opportunity and so much gold being found there with us, and then we have a secondary focus in Canada were again our experts know the landscape and the potential deal so well that we were pretty easy for us to operate virtually and continuing to continue to make acquisitions. Meanwhile, the minds especially Nevada never did shut down. They were always considered it a essential business and Canada saw a bit of a slow down. We may see that again. But for the time being it has this'll. New Spike is not affected. Mining. All right with God try can't wait to see you next week. I can't wait.
"grieg" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"At stuckey airdrop at the st aerodrome with four other military officers and for men from ill moreland specific branch calling themselves. Scientific intelligence mission formally set up under moorlands. Guidance moreland was the adviser to general mcarthur and headed the new scientific and technical advisory section of the pacific armed forces general headquarters grieg's new quote about three regions that generated hot a high frequency of foo fighters sightings over south tokyo armed with an excellent interpreter. He was able to draw information from a huge list of important japanese scientists at his disposal in tokyo griggs conducted interrogations and gain the confidence of one japanese officer attached to the head to headquarters during questioning. Griggs related the balls of fire information to the japanese officer who found who in turn found the sightings just as interesting as the united states army air force had found him. The circumstances in japan were repeating just as those in germany the enemy seemed surprised about the unusual sightings as the us was. They started showing up in japan. Too right yeah watchers. Showing us pictures of that stage of two twain. That's the world's first stealth fighter look at that that that plane was was captured or recover during operation paper clip by the british and they stored away in a warehouse and it sat there until the sixties. They had no idea what it was. Oh wow and they gave it to the united states they go. We don't know what this thing is or what you know. What the what is purposes. So they gave it to the united states and that got the ball rolling on stealth technology. Look at that thing it was it. S thing had a rubberized carbon. Coding to zorba radar. The jet engines mounted inside on the topside. Says you couldn't see the exhaust flying wing slander so that it couldn't be spotted by other fighters at on edge thing was fifty scissors. Doing that's awesome looking. Oh we gotta take a break. Good timing yep.
"grieg" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Wanted for the high water one tomorrow, but really, I guess it improves a lot. The chances for scattered thunderstorms Wednesday through I think next Monday, maybe nineties, nineties man nineties. That's what it's going to nineties. So watch out. Do the do the rain dance and offend everyone just do it. I put that story about the motorcyclist in his twenties dying Again in a motorcycle accident. It was a covert death. It's on my Facebook page. It's on my Twitter on my parlor like me on all of them. Follow me on all of them at Garrett Lewis on Twitter and parlour, facebook dot com slash Garrett Louis Radio. Like me and follow me there and then you could see a faux yourself. I like this one thing about Do CES consistent, consistent week. Obviously weaken wrong. It's that's true. It's true. Let's look at these teachers real quick before I tell you about the Kentucky couple. Okay, cause I have stories upon stories upon stories. That I saw over the weekend about these teachers that are out there claiming that. Ah, that is now a race thing with this Chinese virus. Ah, Arizona mirror teachers come appearance, beg, Do sea to delay opening schools and provide full funding. If you missed some of this, and I had more to say about it. They focus on a teacher named Maybe Lee Moon. Io said Not I'm not out. Spoken. No, no, no, I'm usually very quiet. I'm an introvert, except she's out there with a freaking bullhorn at the Capitol, yelling a doozy. Quote this pandemic is killing people. In motorcycle accidents, Mind you. She's screaming. I mean, I'm such an introvert. I grabbed a bullhorn. I'm yelling a doozy. Survivors on left with pain and medical conditions. Again. I ask you what's more important for kids to have higher academic scores but suffer for their rest of their life or die because they went into a building. That's from 1/4 grade teacher. Worth. Maybe Lee Moon yos doing the union work. This is all Union related is all red fur and 116 and 1/2 $1,000,000,000 what they want. They're literally holding our kids hostage and shame on these principals and superintendents for not calling them out for this. Jerk stores. Get out of the public school system. Take your money and run defunded the best way you can control your kid's education. Get him out of there. If there's fewer kids enrolled, then there's fewer need for teachers, but by You want this? You want to play with fire? Here we go. Ponyo said. What's important for kids to play in a playground to sit in a desk be face to face with a teacher and friends or for your daughter celebrate, or Kinston, Yetta for her to be alive. There you go. Too stupid to understand that they are wrong about the science. These air teachers, by the way, there's a picture of her, and she's in a mask outside is mainly moon EOS and, of course, the mask below her nose. Below her nose. Stupid, stupid. I'll stick this story on my Facebook page and Twitter and parlors. All so you could see the picture of this. Maybe Lee mu nose with ease with the mask below her nose. They're gigantic nostrils. I'm just describing it The way I see it. She was at the state Capitol part of a group Yes, delivering a letter doozies office and, of course, do as he bends over backwards for the teachers and says, Screw you Republicans. What he says. Yeah. So this woman by the way, she says that almost half the families in the school district below poverty S so then she doesn't care about these kids These kids need to go to. They need a place to go. And I hate because they get indoctrinated by idiots like her. But these teachers turning their back on these kids that are gonna have to stay at home. Parents could be abusive Parents could be drink could be stressed out of their mind not having their job Paris on anybody anything anywhere to put the kids because they have to work. And these stupid teachers there above everybody else and again, deuce. He has no guts to call out the teachers for what they are because he's in on this. She says two of her former students, both 19 dying from covert last month. I haven't seen anything. If you see anything young people died like that. Wouldn't we see a big story about that? Order underlying conditions. By the way, I think she's lying. She says. We're all were fighting to give safe schools, all students, especially minority Children, because they are the most impacted, really. Here we go. It's a race thing. Minority students are the most impacted. Feel bad about that means your total Democrat union talking points. Another teacher, Lucero, baby hyphen. Grieg White is sweetest, whatever. Ah parent and middle school teacher in Phoenix Said when she sent her kids to school when she opens the doors of a classroom. It's signalling to them. They're in a safe displace a safe space governor do she would make me a liar? She said. They're not safe. Yeah, they weren't safe because you're a nut teacher. The letter's signed by parents and teachers talked about public school funding in the context of systemic racism. Here we go. It's an issue of the front instead of the country, right and during the covert 19 pandemic Black Latino, a native American communities of higher rates of hospitalization or death from Cova 19 according to the CDC. That's why this is now a race thing. The majority of students in Arizona. Public schools are non white. Quote. If we open schools before they're ready, would hit black, indigenous Latino and Misty's. Oh, kids, the hardest baby, greedy, said. Yep. You teachers suck, where 49th and education and no, it's not. I always say it's not all your fault. Those parents could not do their job. But I mean, you simply suck me. What are.
"grieg" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"U. N. secretary Nikki Haley has a new book coming out in it she claims then White House chief of staff John Kelly and former secretary of state rex tellers and asked her to join with them against the president to quote keep people from dying Kelly responded yes he slowed down the president's decision making process to allow staffers to present pros and cons and if that is banding against the president guilty as charged a murder trial resuming this week in Colorado after some damaging testimony last week the jury heard from a prosecution witness in the case against Patrick freezes long time pal everything is on trial for the murder of his fiance Kelsey Borat Joe Moore testified that phrase he told him if there's nobody if there's no crime and arrest body is never been found it more also says phrase he told him that he didn't understand why barrettes disappearance was drawing so much attention from the media he's charged with killing barrette last year on thanksgiving day he has pleaded not guilty his trial continues Tuesday markets white fox news mourning the loss of a young Broadway star laurel Greg's suffered what her grandmother described as a massive asthma attack she made her Broadway debut in the musical once at the age of six was in cat on a hot tin roof along side Scarlett Johannson starred in the film cafe society with Steve Carell and Kristen Stewart and she voiced several characters in the Nickelodeon animated kids series bubble guppies a remembrance service being held for her today laurel Grieg's was thirteen I had a veterans day tomorrow a film about some World War two heroes topping the weekend box office.
13-year-old Broadway star Laurel Griggs dies of asthma attack
"Mourning the loss of a young Broadway star laurel Greg's suffered what her grandmother described as a massive asthma attack she made her Broadway debut in the musical once at the age of six was in cat on a hot tin roof along side Scarlett Johannson starred in the film cafe society with Steve Carell and Kristen Stewart and she voiced several characters in the Nickelodeon animated kids series bubble guppies a remembrance service being held for her today laurel Grieg's was