25 Burst results for "Isabela"

"isabela" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on The Big Picture

"You know this emotional terror that livia had inflicted on tony I really think the one. Two punch of isabela and i dream of jeannie cusimano. That set the high water mark for how this series was going to close out seasons. It was so good at episodes eleven twelve and thirteen. It's like you know there are many shows that have followed this closely. Became very cleared it hardcore tv watchers. By the time of game of thrones that you have to tune into the penultimate episode of the series. Because that's where the real shit happens. I feel like a lot of that really starts at the sopranos. Let's talk about your number five. Also i'll just say like. I love all the episodes you picked. I think you. And i only have crossover on one of these episodes which is a good thing for this conversation. But i think any of your five could've been in my five candidly. Yeah i think a lot of yours you actually made a. We'll get to be made a very brave choice. That i would love to have put hire a my list and we'll talk about that but my number five is whoever did this. Which is the episode. Where ralphie meets sent. I love this episode. And i think when i watched it in real time. This was my favorite episode of the series. It was such a shock and of course the sopranos had done this earlier with a night in white satin armor. Where they knocked off richie in a way. That was very unexpected but even still years later it was came episode number nine in season. Four things had seemed to be relatively okay between tony and ralphie. You didn't really see this coming. And then by the way the biggest reaction i've gotten to my ranking is that i put the pie. Oh my the episode named very low. I was hoping you were gonna address this. I love the horse. I don't dislike taio. My the episode. I i wouldn't have written thirty thousand words about the series if i disliked even a single episode of the series truly. I've met pile. My the horse is a great horse. That was also at sopranos con by the way that story line. I think people feel a lot of emotional attachment to the episode. Pyo myself is mostly about estate planning. Yes okay. I just had to say that i. I think people think that the pile my episode is whoever did this. I think that's actually the confusion because this is the one where pile my is burned right and has to be euthanized. So right right. So this is the conclusion to the pyo..

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"isabela" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I was a little bummed out that they decided to go with. Okay that oh you and daniel each to block somebody on their own. Because i was like. Oh yes block to people. And i'm like i don't know if these two are going to be able to compromise about who ultimately goes home. I thought this was gonna be like maybe like a very interesting negotiation. Yeah i i was feeling the exact same way. This was super exciting to me how this played out because we haven't really seen something like this happen. There are exactly equal sides of this complex matter of this circle With four four and the rating results were exactly emblematic of that. Right they back and forth. You know the band and the other one doesn't have name between the two sides. It went eight seven six v back and forth until the top two or the top people from both sides and that's super interesting to then have them both go up there and now they have to negotiate which side is going to take a hit. Because whichever's i'd take the head is now gonna lose the next battle for sure and they're just gonna keep taking that hit and it's it's kind of like in survivor where it's like two sides going after each other and know. How do they negotiate. That is daniel going to back down. Is he not going to be able to stand up for his team Or is he going to be able to talk You know nick into doing something against his own interest because maybe he trust k. A little too much. I was super excited to see that. And then they're like no twist they're just going to both sides separately and then one person from each side is going to leave. I guess the benefit of that is that it will continue to prolong the two sides being equal but But i was excited to see you. Know the this negotiation cursing. Do you have any sort of reedom what daniel might do here. I mean who knows what daniels going to do. The only things that i can think of daniel doing being like well i've never been kissed. Isn't that interesting sometimes. Hours under covers and hides like in cabinets and under laundry baskets. I just like kay. So i can't fully decide what i want from this because we do have. We have the two semi circles of each alliance back to back you know. Do i want them to stay. E even and it continues like this order. I just wanted to be like one side. But i feel like the one side that It seems likely to win as the side. I don't wanna win. So it's just it's a tough. Go out here it stinks. Because it's like we're we're we're all catfish is plus nick. We're all boring catfish fishes and we're and nick is gullible enough to think that like really his friends. Nick is also catt fishing likable. he's also cashing vince. Also yeah yeah. And it's like the real and genuine people versus the cat fishes plus nick who's also partially catfish interesting because they are really like invested in like threatened by the people who are real. But i think in this case. It's very interesting to think about. Because it's like a lot of them had you know kind of insecurities and worries about going in as themselves and they're seeing people who are playing themselves and are threatened by that one. I don't even know if it so much that as when you go in as a catfish you are like inherently disadvantage in yourself. Because you can't be one hundred percent authentic and so it's harder to make the connections right and so when you go in and so the key the catfish you will have trouble building. The bonds of the other people are making were easily. Because they don't have to keep track of their lies they don't even think gets up. There insecure so much that like they're just worried about saying too much and then it makes all the relationships feel more shallow than when you've got a group of all the catfish is together. They're all kind of giving even levels of information and so it can seem more like oh. This is a genuine thing because they're all just lying and can't actually be honest. The fishes tend to be more strategic in their relationship building. And i think that's what we've seen here with. The band is that they are a little more strategy focused and the one person. That's not is nick. Who's like maybe. I can trust k. He's the one person that like actually cares whether or not k. As a catfish actually cares whether or not he can trust k. Because the others the others are just like not she's threat she needs to go Because they're thinking little more strategically and you really get that in that That influence or chat between isabela and ashley. Where the the way. They're talking about the other players like daniel we can. We can sort of like. He can be grateful that we didn't get rid of them. I mean like these people are valuable to us We can do this here. they are looking at the game like it's a social strategy game Whereas the people who come in to be themselves are they tend to look at the game. A little bit more You know focused on building actual relationships and displaying who they are you know coming at it from a strategic standpoint which It's interesting to see that clash here so evident in how these two lines is a form. Yeah i'd love to go back to the blocking of calvin because i feel like that that was like Maybe the most impactful blocking that. We've had in three seasons of the us circle. because jenny. I feel like that..

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"isabela" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

Filipina on the Rise

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

"They know what you're striving for what your goal is all of a sudden just getting these connections. Oh let me do do this person. oh you should. You're being pulled in threads. You're getting a dm you're getting put in a group chat. Oh this person. I want you to talk to them. I i don't know it's this power that i think my my network philippine. At least that. I've seen they have of just like oh. You're doing this to do to let me do this person in this city to do it's crazy. It's like maybe start craving for community or natural desire to feed food to each other. But i guess the food and this is your resources for your your goals. So i'm gonna use my podcast guests as an example every single podcast i've brought on. They have just been agreed connector. They're like oh. I want you talk to this person boom boom. Oh you're working on this piece. Let me connect you this person. Boom boom and i get messages every day of like people dropping each other's context to each other and just bcc's and cc's and threads and like if you have a pipe power sister tribe in your life. You're just being fed. These like really powerful connections all the time and and being introduced to this filipino. Over here at like everyone just wants to pull each other together because i think that We wanna see each other rise and we want to make sure filipina. Women are rising together. someone said. I have a few businesses several others. I help run for the nonprofit. I work with we fight systemic racism while bridging the racial wealth gap i would lettuces. More people in lebanon is exactly yes again the piece of justice and social impacted so true here for the food always. Yes exactly. yeah. We're feeding each other. And honestly i get calls from my sister's randomly sahra from essentials. She'll just call me sometimes. It'd be like hey. I was thinking about that thing. You told me last week about the the platform that you wanted to start. I think you should talk to this person. Actually i'm i'm texting them right now and. I think that you should talk about this. Because this resource should be this resource and i was. I'm making this graphic about this. And i think you should do this and we should club on this with this person. Like how beautiful is that that someone is thinking about you. They're thinking about what you told them. And they're making these connections while you're sleeping about who to connect you to and i think that's so beautiful this you know the work that you do sometimes like sometimes it can feel like lonely you know. Sometimes it can feel like your family doesn't understand. Sometimes i feel like you're the only one doing this on your own or that you know it's that you're the only one thinking about your your work and then you bring in a powerful tribe and they're they're supporting you there the get it. They see your vision. I'm so freaking grateful. And i feel like i'm only where i am right now because of my of my tribe of like you know of of your family. The family that you built around you get it. So those are those are really important. And that's why. I built the the filipino soul sisterhood. And honestly this sisterhood. Now has a team behind it of those. Like minded lifeline. Women who believe in it. I i want you to tune in tomorrow for when we launch this filipinas soul sister hutton. And this this sisterhood is is going to connect you in a network of life aligned panel power sisters who get your vision who are on the inwards journey of connecting with the roots of their philippine identity. Who are pursuing their passions and and wanting to uplift other filipino. They wanna connect with with you. And so if this is a sister that you wanna be in if you think that you need more live aligned. Kanaya power sisters in your life joined the philippine soul sisterhood. The launch is tomorrow. But i will be sharing a code. Who'd with you all and you can sign up with a code. And you're going to get twenty five percents off your first month and it's going to be called prelaunch twenty-five so the link for this sisterhood will be in my bio so i want everyone to copy down prelaunch twenty-five because if you sign up before tomorrow when we launched you get twenty five percent off your first month and in our soul sister heard. We are diving into an identity journey every month. We are looking for ways to tap into power every month. And gonna be holding master. Classes and workshops guide meditations. Together we're going to be having discussions support circles where you can be in Circles with other like-minded pin is and how vulnerable conversations and share these. You know the challenges that we've had growing up your growth journey. You can share what you're working on and we're going to be growing together and we're going to basically establish your tribe for you can find the philippines in your local city to meet up with to have coffee with to collaborate with. Yes if you're in europe you can do. I guess what we we're global and we actually have a girl on the team who's from belgium. Her name's isabela. And she's kind of establishing the local tonight. Dr in in europe and so i could see this beautiful world of of us interconnecting digitally and everyone knows who their filipina pianist. Sisters are your power sisters are in the same industry and work and passion in line with what you're doing and they are supporting you but then you also know who your tribe is in your city that you can you know. Grab a coffee and do work sessions with and have your content shoots where you're doing production work with this is like it's gonna like rise us together. It's going to be so great. You live in belgium awesome. That's great can connect to them so no it's not only for business owners or content creators. It's literally for anyone..

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"isabela" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"You're a small a year end of the spectrum so shopping food shopping. Like i have one eating contest. And i women that look at me like a cheeseburger and i'm like i wanna pizza eating hand. The name torrid by the way is is horrible. Doesn't that sound like it's always thought that too. It's a bad name. It's like bad names dress barn. Show you guys like what people what's up. Alicia high reason i totally. I totally agree with mega. I'd like it is so hard just fine outfits that that your body type and who you are and on a budget like places like horrid. They're overpriced and like who was shopped for that. Look kinda close. You know what. I mean like you want. Wanna be ed. You wanna have new style like. It's hard keeping up with fashion as a plus size woman. Well like i totally agree with what she's saying like having that fast fashion like kind of a plus size like goes far before it's not you know. Obviously we don't want like little. He's making clothes or anything like that. But like it's hard here in the pro war being a plus. I draw eating what you looking. Good while you're doing it you can't. I wear a cropped up in cheeseburger. Please goal in life. It it's mojo in the morning show So is went down meghan. Thank you for saying. That's because i'm literally wearing a shamsher this morning. I ordered because i'm a teacher out of budget. And i look you and the other thing i find it was like toward and lane bryan have nothing that is like sexy and you know when we go out. I wanna look sexy too. I wanted to have a slow but so plus ice girl show a little cleavage or like something tight and that it's ridiculous. Your body is a right sorry laughing. Do you buy sexy clothing. Where do you buy that you. And i think i think the best plus is okay. Stop and i'm not saying like gene just online because it's not a store right right so that's the thing that sucks too. I know that everybody likes to shop online. But sometimes you want to try it on because you have no idea what size is going to work. You know but all right What's happening and cam high cam. Everyone let megan know that. I also do appreciate her for talking about this subject. I've been a plus size girl all my life. I did work at a store called kato. Fashions it's cat. oh fashioned. They don't advertise. You would have Actually it started down south. And the one that i worked at was on In chesterfield on twenty three mile and it has a plus size and it has the small size. But it's very affordable kato fashion finley fremont whilst in you say that it's actually nice close up see yeah it's A my closet is is full of kato fashion. Because i did work there for six months. i did work in the business industry so i had to have like some nice dressy clothes but again i want. Megan pantsuit. megan. I've wanting to wear like a suit suit like aren't with no shirt on under the hottest and the entire world a good. He'll i would die. I thank you for the tip. Joyce good morning I completely agree at complete discrimination. My husband had a heart attack and open heart surgery and walked weight. But prior to this she was in a four x and was paying Triple the amount things shirt. I bought macy's for like eighty dollars because now he's in to x yay for him But it was one hundred fifty at the excel thirty excel And i feel bad because the same exact shirt just two sizes is it it that much more clothing as it cost that much more double the price and i just had a conversation with a woman i just just two days ago and i said it's discrimination. How is that for someone else right. Yeah it's it's what they call the fat tax it's because they can get away with it because they they know that there's slim pickings for options for your clothing. I mean mega talked about that. When brought shopping to the full-size bras costs so much more. And they don't have the selection at the store and there's so much so many text messages come in and you saying. Thank you for this validation. Because so many people are going to tarred and spending eighty dollars just to get a wet t shirt. Meghan a business opportunity here. I'm serious because you have really good fashion sense. You know there's a market for this. There's a huge hole there. Go into business with me. I'm telling you. I think it's a good idea. My wife has talked about doing it for short people too so what could be the name name right right. Got to come up with something kind of funny than you genuinely. Just think the most frustrating part is like. I'm a very average size in the united states. I can't find close. I think that's the most frustrating part. It would be one thing if there were just a few of us but we're the majority. Yeah you have people by the way that will walk up to you. Like i've had this before people will walk up in the go. Hey i really like that shirt where you end up getting. The whisper t. Because they're telling you to be out by the time isabela loaning wanting. I love yourself you. You're so beautiful. I love your girl. I listen to you every money and the way to work and thank you for mention the sheen I had Going to be sixty one. This you november. My daughter's twenty two and she goes to this Close and i just love it. I i couldn't you just hear isabella's voice all the time. I i want isabella to to go shopping with me isabella. Will you go shopping with us. We'll go shopping and make you can be my friend. He oh my god you new of one of my best friends. You sell holiest goods when he you. You need a friend. Just please come over without. I'm always looking for friends. Don't go follow meghan at meghan mic. Okay you can follow her in. Its she spells it goofy m. e. g. h. a. n. I'm really surprised you did that when we go shopping. Oh you follow me to mojo. In the morning i love way i just honestly seriously all i want to have a cocktail right now and just hang out with you. Wanna go to wrong about that. That's not gonna work. Where are you from isabella. It sounds like maybe a south african accent. What does it say the where. Where are you from where we're trying to figure out your accent okay. I'm from poland. Oh wow all right. We're eating put together yet but not too many. 'cause i'm trying to fit into the closed that don't cost me double the price but all right hang hang on the phone for a second Isabela and we'll give you all of our our social handle so you can follow us right. Okay thank you going. I can get her phone number. I just wanted to randomly call throughout the day high isabella. I want isabella to be my. Gps voice.

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"isabela" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"That proved necessary. Patrick mci denied mud. But he's council would tell the court that mci was willing to offer guilty pleas to three counts of manslaughter. on the grounds of diminished responsibility. The police were lighted to the killings of isabela griffis adele price and father antony crane. They were accepted by the crown.

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"isabela" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"No yes. I think basically. Just as long as what's communicated is next time could you leave them. Yes yes a couple of things. I do wonder like. Is there something like picking. The fruit off of the tree is part of pruning it to your point and then also maybe. The previous owner didn't want the tomatoes there because i think that they can attract rodents or animals or there have brought up this idea but i do think there could have been a reason more. Ask yeah i just go out there and say let's let i need to be the mommy the house i go out there and just say we need to get on the same page about these tomatoes. Yeah why about the fucking house. Daniel is under the impression that the italian american way to say sauce couch so saturday. You just watch sopranos. How did they say literally did not hear anyone in that series. I'm not talking like jersey. Italian's talking about actual italian. Oh from italy. That's worse is italian i i. I'm sorry. I'm adjusting to this new information. Utah like isabella. rossellini laughter to show you video. You think that isabela rossellini is like i would like a red so che. I'm gonna say isabella rosellini. She's italian. I what did i say they say. All italians hashtag not all italian okay. I'm just trying to think of an italian. As opposed to like a sopranos italian person. Find you we have helen. Call a factory right now. A tomato sauce factory and ask. That'd be amazing. I worry they would not be open right now. I'd be willing to do it but Yes ouch chair is. I would say such a big strategies who makes sauce and he goes no sweat. Two no south asia. The who is this person. But let me just ask that i do know in actual italian from its texture them oak. We call them a about calling her. Who is this person. Yeah tony good friends of mine that live near here my friends. Are you getting a little Italian a plump tomato on the side. No this is a. This is a mary girl that my friend is married to a speaker. Salami that's not give that that's not answer the question were you. Send them voice note and ask..

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"isabela" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"Was presumed isabella. Griffis had been slain as part of theft checkbook. Handsome cash appeared to be missing a house. Keys were also taken seemingly. The killer had locked up when he left. The house by the police and neighbors were unsure. Y isabella was targeted by her killer. A wealth was considerably less than most of the households on her straight talk more well-to-do neighbors unsympathetically said isabella quote dressed like a tramp. It was still the weapon. Used in the stabbing was a large blade. Possibly kitchen nine the murderer repair to have taken a with them. The nearby river was such for the knife but no matches were discovered. A pathologist identified a single stab wound to isabella's lung undiscovered. The terror attack tried to strangle the elderly victim. A small bone in isabella's neck had been broken bruising to her throat showed it had been squeezed tightly roms within positioned across her chest after she died. The formal identification of isabela griffis was made by distant relative who sadly only knew the victims age. Not dight of birth in. How whale isabella left. Fifty one thousand pounds to a school charity in hartford shit and thirteen thousand pounds. Two cats protection. Christine ford confirmed. At the inquest held in july. That she was the last of isabella's friends. To see the pensioner rely. Chief thomas ridley was working on the cass. It was an ounce that the police were closing in on. The suspect inspect to ridley. Attended the inquest and was asked by the.

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"isabela" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"More. Welcome back to the quickest email segment of help. I suck at dating history. Well probably not but we'll see what we can do. We got a couple of emails for today. We've got no mark no eastern. But we've got something even better we gotta riley and a honda waiting in the wings to these emails for us. If they're up for if not share nine know how to read. I think but no briley is going to an harder to sweet all right. Let's get to the first man. What are we guy. It's our lucky day. Maybe we have the wonderful isabella writing in to us and isabela says one of my best friends is hooking up with the guy that i'm in love with earlier this week. She showed me their text. Messages asked me for advice about something. I gave her advice enacted like it didn't bother me but it was eating me up inside and i feel like going to explode. Please help what do i do. Do i tell her how. I feel or just stay quiet. This is straight out of a ron comrade here. The best friend is secretly in love with their best friend's boyfriend There's a lot of fishing the move on. Yeah i also would just move on. If it's meant to be it'll be don't force anything. Don't ruin your friendship over it. just be supportive. And let it thrones. Let it runs. Course they're going to break up. And then i guess maybe shoot your. I know it's kind of seems. Like more of a girl. Advice thing i feel like riley and han are probably better suited to give some advice on this one. Let's kinda heartbreaking. I mean to hold that inside. See why she's gonna explode and that's hard to let go and i wanna know. Did she like him. I because that kind of like friends kind of terrible shinko. I don't disagree that i don't disagree with that. But also whether she likes him. I you're not. The fact of the matter is the friend is with her at this point. So it's like.

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"isabela" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Boston public radio jet bowen is in for jim brady. So response to the corona virus lockdown as a way to create more outdoor space. Cambridge added saturday hours to river. Bend park w number of days of the sections memorial drive was closed to traffic and open to everything else. Cyclists runners baby strollers speed walkers dog walkers and more it became a pop-up state park and all it took refu- construction cones gates and road signs in technical terms. This is called temporal zoning in layman's terms it means turning a street into something else within a designated timeframe in a recent piece the new york times. Sarah hendron writes in great depth about this and other free and inventive ways. Public spaces have been redefined as an artist and design research a researcher and a professor at olin college of engineering. She's also the author of what can a body do how we meet the built world. Sarah hundred it's great to hear. Thanks for joining us. thank you. it's great to be here. So let's start with with memorial drive. What is so great about having memorial drive a closed to traffic and open. And as i said everything else on these specific specified times and by the way isabella halston. I never heard of her recipes urban park which is just a just a park that opens on the weekends is just nothing more than memorial drive but close to traffic and therefore open to bikes meaning like little kids on training wheels. Earning bikes in just yesterday. I saw a little toddler with a walker and also older adults walking with canes or with assistance and of course skateboards and hover boards and all kinds of things that turns a street a thoroughfare. That is the river road you know that is usually dedicated to the most efficient passage of traffic it turns it into a place for recreation and so this has actually been around for decades. Let's people don't realize but if you go to what's called longfellow park one of the greens near harvard square. You'll see a memorial. Bench dedicate isabela halstead. Who was an ordinary cambridge citizen. Who lives near memorial drive.

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"isabela" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on Here & Now

"The sons and daughters of china. The original lyrics go. We'll defeat the wild wolves of american imperialism. Professor leo again. So after nineteen forty nine. The chinese people would not say make will the united states they would to say always say may eat the american impurities And it stayed that way for the next. Three decades in communist is capitalism and imperialism went hand in hand and america was enemy number. One things eased after the two countries normalized relations in the late nineteen seventies but shifted again after the party crushed. Pro-democracy protests in nineteen eighty nine fearing china was at risk of disintegrating. The party began to rethink. What an reinhardt. A history professor at williams college calls its ideological glue. Then they're kind of looking for something to fill in the gap where the communist party is no longer espousing communism and what they come up with is a sense of nationalism. Nationalism underpinned again by the idea that china's weakness comes from others holding it down and it remains a strong message today. It's taught in schools and reinforced in propaganda films. In state run news programs. Never mind that. China has the world's number two economy soon to be number one or one of the most advanced militaries on earth and space station and even a rover on mars right now. None of that changes. The party's calculus says leo. The professor as judge said famous slogan nineteen four. Any dictator needed enemies. The nida enemies they say okay. We have enemies abroad. So you need it the party to defend you. We can protect you. We can defend you. The rhetoric has become more shrill as us policy towards. China has taken on a harder edge in recent years. Today as the party seeks to defend. China it's drawing lessons from the past. It's now the world's largest trading nation and is investing in infrastructure around the world under its belt and road initiative one way of making sure. You are not humiliated on the world stage. it's to project. Power unto trades with countries all over the world and the infrastructure is a to influence isabela. Jackson is a professor at trinity college. Dublin she says china build influence and project power abroad. Though it's anti-imperialist rhetoric may start to ring hollow china actively promotes itself as power butts at the same time to act in a fairly colonial manor judging by the applause for she the idea of standing up to the west and western powers some of the very ones that subjugated china a century ago still popular and nobody expects that to change anytime soon john which npr news and you heard him on here and now which is a production of npr and wvu are boston. I'm robin young. I'm celeste heavily. It's here now.

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"isabela" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Com. Let's talk about pizza girl about so your sauce right. You're amazing three sauces right. You have yeah. I had marinara vodka an rv out right now. Okay amazing and i love the vodka. The vodka is my favorite. So you're selling right in galveston's is that correct. I and we just started belco supermarket. Say yes here. We go were on the shelves. We will be on the shelves. All the bristol farms in august and i just got sixty five whole foods in the california area. So we'll be there in september. Congratulations so how was all of this. During the pandemic was it was it like a struggle just to keep everything going or it was. It was the biggest struggle Of my life career wise. It was like i had no funding had no backing Obviously lost everything in the divorce. Ended up What do you mean as everything you know you have to kind of. it's either. He's what i realized in a divorce. If i can give any advice to anybody getting a divorce out there It's definitely like the mediation route trying to be friends as best as you can. Because you moyer's don't care about your bank account lawyers don't want you to have a resolution these lawyers just want you to keep fighting because their bill keeps going up and there was a moment when bobby knight looked at each other and like me were he was like we were taken out loans to do this fight. We didn't even yet. It was so bad to like fight over. What like a pizza restaurant and the girl that had just started unity. I mean so. It became like we knew right off. The bat custody wasn't an issue. He's an amazing father. I'm a great mother. We both know that fifty fifty off the bat but when it came to little things it was like the lawyers get in your head right and they just try to go. He's this and this and that it's such a game of a mass to california right like there's certain like you had no idea but oh my god it's so bad they don't help you at all like the legal system is garbage out. Years jumped him. it's so bad so they just let you go on and on and on and rack up these bills and i was going into debt. He was going into debt and it was really scary and finally we just like i just picked up the phone and i was like what is it gonna take. Let's stop leading And i even the restaurant with you know so you own de amores. my gosh. that's my never pizza now. And i've moved on and it's actually really. It's it's gonna be kind of Discuss on the hills. You know you'll see some of that. How i had the separate from my family business and yeah kind of saying goodbye. Move on for different reasons. My dad and like nothing to work with him and his wife was really stressful as well. So there was and bobby still work together in a way. Yeah whoa okay. You know what looks at the end of the day. He's isabella's father and he'll always be a part of the family. And i'm happy that they have a nice like you know Nest egg. I want her have a bond and business is going to continue to support them on his avella when she gets older. Exactly in isabela. And i knew that i had in me to start over. I knew that i was actually kind of excited to like have a korean slate and start completely over. So i have that drive in me. And i don't know be hard to work with family to dance studios with my mother and i'm telling you that really killed us. It's really really hard. It's obsolete it's nearly impossible. But i do know a lot of really. Big businesses grew out of the frustration of working with family members. And being like you. I'm moving on. And that's what i just did. And now i do feel like a lot of people who were not believing in me in the day. And let's i do know that because of my party girl past. It was an uphill battle in getting people to believe that i was capable of being the ceo of of a big business in making it work. So i had a lot to prove. And i had to change my life and shake off that reputation. I still have my god. Oh my god. It's so hard actually chosen. You'd like every morning you'd wake up to. Yeah oh yeah. Every single day god so bad and you know. There's definitely going to have to explain to isabela like some photos that you'll see one day you know i'm just kidding. I'm sure you do. Actually i'm sure you have been like like printed out in like a weird old bar right in my like weird album like caroline stocker. That's so great. So where did you get like these recipes. I heard it was like your grandma's old recipes. I right don't my grandmother. She was such a good cook and she called the sauce gravy and cheese on everything. So that's kind of my mentality. i'm telling people it's not just pasta sauce right eating all these different dishes in a. 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"isabela" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"The day was june first eighteen. Forty three isabella bam. Free changed her name. Sojourner truth. truth wasn't abolitionist and activists who dedicated her life to championing human rights. Isabella bomb free was born around seventeen. Ninety seven and ulster county new york. Her father james was nicknamed palm free and her mother named elizabeth was known as a mouth that she was the second youngest of thirteen children born to her parents but her siblings were sold or given away before she was born in her younger years is a bella lived on an estate. That dutch colonists owned in the first language he spoke with low dutch but when her owner died she was put up for auction and separated from her parents. Her next owner was english speaking but she was mistreated for her inability to understand english after that a dutch tavern keeper purchased her in eighteen. Ten john. domi- purchased her for three hundred dollars. Dumont enslaved her for two decades. She performed hard labor including tasks like planting plowing cultivating and harvesting crops milking animals sewing cooking and cleaning the house months wife elizabeth despised her and john raped her that rape resulted in her child named diana when she was enslaved. At the dumont's she fell in love with an enslaved man named robert from a nearby farm but robert's owner beat him to death for meeting isabella years later. She met another enslaved man named thomas and had three children with him named peter. Elizabeth and sophia us at the end of the eighteenth century and the beginning of the nineteenth century loss in new york provided for the patient of enslaved black people though there were stipulations and many continue to be enslaved. Dumont agreed to emancipate isabela before she was set to be free by law but he reneged on his promise and she fled with her daughter. Sophia c. found refuge with the van walking in in new paltz new york who paid her twenty dollars for her work until the date of her emancipation. July fourth eighteen twenty seven but dumont legally sold isabella son. Peter south to alabama. She was dedicated to finding peter and after taking her son's case to illegal hearing at court. Peter was returned from alabama and freed while she was staying with the van watkins. She became a devout christian in eighteen. Twenty nine she and peter moved to new york city. She became a housekeeper and when she was accused of being an accomplice to murder in poisoning a couple she was acquitted of charges in turned around and filed a slander suit against a couple that claims she tried to poison them. She won the food but isabela would meet more. Misfortune her son. Peter had taken a job on a whaling ship in eighteen thirty nine. The ship he was supposed to be on returned to new york in eighteen. Forty two he was not on it and she never heard from him again. The next year. Isabella decided to change her life. Traffic lady as a methodist. She said she was called to speak. God's truth across the countryside. On june first eighteen forty three. She took the name sojourner truth in her autobiography. She said the following my name with isabella. But when i left the house of bondage. I left everything behind. I wasn't going to keep nothing of egypt on me. And so i went to the lord and asked him to give me a new names. And the lord gave me sojourner. Because i was to travel up and down the land showing the people there thins and being a sign unto them afterwards i told the lord i wanted another name because everybody else had two names and the lord gave me truth because i was to declare the truth to the people after she moved the massachusetts. Enjoy the northampton association of education and industry utopian community that was a stop on the underground railroad. She met abolitionists. Like frederick douglass and william lloyd garrison as tension over slavery rose in the country. Truth began a public lecture tour and traveled to states talking about her experiences as an inflamed woman. She bought a house in northampton which she paid off in a few years by selling photos of herself throughout the rest of her life. She continued to travel advocate for the rights of women and black people. She spoke out for abolition women's suffrage desegregation and landed grants per formerly enslaved people and she recruited black men for the union army during the civil war in her later years. She became skeptical of interracial cooperation and supported racial separation and of black western homeland. She died in eighteen. Eighty three in battle creek michigan. I'm used f coat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you d yesterday. If there's something that. I missed an episode. 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"isabela" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"On simpson's nelson point and laugh at them. I see it all the time. I give people that i work with one girl. And she's a not a double massacre but she's always masked up and kiki can't understand anything coming out her mouth. I'm always like i'm always like what. What what what what. What can you repeat that. Even what i understood are completely are just giving us such a hard time now. I'm not a fan of taking unscreened calls but we do have a caller and i need to know whether or not the phones work. And if they don't. I'd rather be able to address that in the next break. So let's do that caller. You're on free talk. Live now to go ahead Still nothing hearts this some time to figure out so hard. You're our whole claim to fame. Free talk live spin broken. I mean there's literally no reason they wouldn't be able to broadcast not more. They wouldn't be able to get on the air with us finals. For whatever reason they can't sucks so that's something for me to figure out. You know my choice though was to to deal with the annoying noise more to try to fix. I attempted to fix it. And then i played everything back exactly how it was and now it's not working at all so your guess is good mine on why that would be the case but recent gallons also say that fully vaccinated people should continue to wear masks maintain fiscal distance and practice other prevention measures when visiting with unvaccinated people from multiple households. So what good is the vaccine if you still have exactly if you still have to worry about getting it out you has for months been saying that being outdoors is safer than being indoors. He said under discussion with the medical journal. Java an aug outdoor is always better than indoor if you want to do any kind of a function yet will not when you live in new hampshire and twenty degrees but she also encourage people last year. Still wear masks outdoors. He told the healthcare forum advisory board that on the rare occasion people come to his house. They are outdoors and socially distance while wearing masks. Unless we are eating. I wonder if ouchi is one of these ones who pulls his mask down between bites well. It was at that baseball game. That one time when his mask off. I think he was on jenner something and he got lambasted for that s. He should have been the one you know. Basically responsible for mandating this crap across the united states along with all the governors are constantly. Whitmore just came back from vacation in florida or something after. She told everyone not to go anywhere. If it's during spring break governor whitman. Her the tyrant from michigan bill. Yup yup she went to florida. Wow that talk about hyp hypocrisy. And it's not just her. It's a lot of these governors. Who are you know talking outside of their head and they're going doing exactly what they said not to do. Do as i say. Not as i do. It's it's i mean that that and the voucher constantly changing his tune every week. I mean you know. I mean the only i can think is that people are. They're they're just they can't hear either either. It's the news that they watched aren't reporting on it. Which is probable schorr or there. Are there retarded. No seriously like they are mentally. I mean we're talking about the liberals being mentally mentally disabled missile having these disorders. Ill yeah i think there might be some kind of a screw loose. They just cannot. And it's in. It's kind of a milligram thing where they where as long as it's coming from someone with a badge someone who's wearing a lab coat if it's an authority figure. They just believe everything they said. It's and and now you are the conspiracy theorists. I'm gonna be really easy to set up an office by a white lab coat. Put some fake diplomas and graduate honors and stuff like that in the background and just talk and convince people that you're an expert and and no one whatever you would have. Some people believe those persons not an expert but by and large people would be sharing your content saying oh look this person knows what. They're talking about an expert except have been plenty of doctors who have been removed from youtube from facebook from twitter for saying exactly the opposite. Getting people killed getting old grandma killed because of their with their misinformation which is horrible so no there so i guess it has to be a certain type of lab coat. You have to have them something they want to hear. We were talking about how everyone wants to be a victim. Everyone wants to be afraid as well as covid. Nineteen is clearly showing us a portion of the population. I portion of the population. They want to fill a press. They want to feel like they're under attack. They want to feel threatened. I don't know why they want these things except for some sort of. I mean why what caused this victim. Complex to develop in the first place is it because they they saw other people actually being victimized and they saw the sympathy the rightful sympathy being heaped on those people that are like. I want me some of that. I think it's what i said in the in the first hour. It's all about trying to distance yourself oneself from being the oppressor this week that has been shoved down our throats that This this white guilt the the the white savior who's come in. Who is enslaved other people in other countries and whatnot if the president. That's that's that's all. I heard in school and so if you're constantly told that you're bad then of course you're gonna wanna be something different. I mean there are countless youtube videos about this very phenomenon of people just walking through california stopping the random white liberals and asking them what they think about voter. Id laws and stuff like that and they say oh this racist and the interview will ask what why. Why do you say it's racist and these these people with this white savior. This guilt complex will stand there and say stuff like well. The black people don't know how to find the dmv. It's absolutely insulting our when you're talking about When you're talking about illegal aliens you get the you. Get the the comment that where where is gimme a nice mexican girl name. Helga helga helga about isabela is about isabella's not going to have a job. Washing my toilets. If she doesn't get to come in and get her papers. Or i've never heard that one. But i wouldn't be surprised to hear it because the rich the rich californians. That's how they think they need. They need someone their grass and cleaning and scrubbing toilets. They think that the these illegal immigrants are are prime candidates because they're cysts. They are not only you mentally. Ill liberals but you're also racist because that's all you think about that's all that's on your damn mind. That's all you ever talk about. And think about is is the difference between skin color so i mean the difference between skin color skin color. That's classic wind chill. That's exactly and you would hope that more people would lean on martin. Luther king's dream that people people stop being judged for the color of their skin. Stop bringing it up. Let's just live live. What do you think. I'm going to try to fix these phones again during the break. Wish me luck. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero. Let us know your thoughts on this overt. Racism happening in the united states. It's free talk live. I'm grateful to have heard from some of our satellite listeners. Recently i appreciate knowing people are out there who like what we do and are willing to support it financially l. r. n. dot. Fm's free to air satellite feeds blanket. Most of two continents. 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"isabela" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"isabela" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"isabela" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"isabela" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"And i think when you have the right mindset of i can do this. I'm going to get through this no matter. What and they have separate these areas of my life. That's what kind of makes us able to get through it and you know what what yelling said to knowing that okay right now am working really really hard and putting everything that i have into this so that i can give my kids a better life. You know my family a better life than the teacher. 'cause i know for me. Probably the same cotton in your family to and isabela that in the beginning. Yeah i. I was sacrificing time with my kids and the time that i was with him. I was really tired but what happened. Is that now. My business able to hire people and only work a few hours a day. And i am with my kids. You know more than i ever expected to be able to be with them in my life. I mean home school. Kobe times as one extreme to the other thank you. That's that's an extreme. The dustin incredible response to the question. So let me throw it. Open someone else and that does already. We've already got some incredible stuff so business versus kids if that is indeed an opposition thoughts official question. One thing that i would say and not say that i mastered this personally. But it's what i worked toward and that is with all the hats that we wear women and mothers and business owners. Try to win. Whatever it is that you're doing if it's when you're working or when you're with your children or you're doing something around the house that you have to get done when you're working out..

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"isabela" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"isabela" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"A nice hotel soon after late thirties forties. For what i read some research i did. It was a pretty fancy hotel. People went there Celebrate wedding anniversaries right. So you know wasn't a dive by sir vigil. There was two places from what i read that. You could have pleaded. There was the basement bar under the easy. Yup and there was the main floor the cameo lounge. Yup you have a chance to play them. Both did not did not It's interesting you say that because that's that was very much you know a time before we get there if you think about from a historical perspective. Yeah not going back to the early nineteen hundreds but if you think about our friend dave mcpherson and his book about the horseshoe. Yep he references kenny man. Who eventually went on to become the booker. with with star for the horseshoe. I think in eighty five ish and ended up buying it with x ray and dan ackroyd not told team so back sort of early eighties kenny. started the isabela and he turned it into what became where i played. I think he was like. I think he was early. Eighties like eighty two. Maybe something like that and it became the new wave slash music place really that. Yeah yeah i would live music In yeah by the time. I played which would have been sort of the eighty five ish second kelly on our walk today about this trying to figure out if if i would have ever crossed over from when we laid there versus when kennedy was booking but i think kenny would have been the horseshoe on the horseshoe. We had the discussion about kenny. An x ray and jeff singer international boundaries and boxy and the guys wasted on the front lawn schwa- anyway that's a whole other story But yeah no it was it was. It was a really interesting venue because there was upstairs. Downstairs downstairs new bands and upstairs. Were you know the regulars like jack. Kaiser had a weekly gig there at. I remember playing a number of times in the basement while jack was playing upstairs. A yeah it was it was. It was a neat bar. It was like when i think about all the bars. I played over the years. It's like it was a it was a neat place. it had a vibe. That was just cool down. Yes learning can you. Can you describe what under the izzy. So as you enter the hotel isabella. Do you go around the side and take the stairs down. Like don't think. I don't think that side. I think you went through the main doors on the side if i remember correctly and then went downstairs and then sort of left into the izzy That that door Facing isabella non auburn. I don't remember that i. I remember that. I could be wrong. But i remember that being just where we loaded our gear as the stage was just to the right there. Suji.

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"isabela" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"isabela" Discussed on No Agenda

"Not my president cameras not my president. Caleb and hallstrom We do have a few people. Thanks starting with. Caleb and hallstrom blend thirty three thirty three in west. Salem wisconsin Row boat rob roy. Toboso ex Is wanna one dot one. And then we got a note from brian s new york city one hundred dollars and this is what i felt like i was at eric highlight because i wanted to read it longtime list first time donor. Thank you for all the exceptional coverage and analysis over the past year was helped me keep saying well on endless lockdown into dystopia tottori auditory authoritarian for authoritarian regime. That is new york city. I would challenge all of the other listeners. Out there to start contributing like real producers to twenty twenty one. It is a great feeling to support this show and the value for value model. Thanks for helping my middle. Avoid a great reset. And i i want to reiterate my thanks to the many producers who have improved their skills so enormously during the lockdown and with much scolding for myself that your clips are great. They're short they're perfect at tight. If you can't do that you give me time codes. It's appreciated patrick. Lum's dalen is a lauren's style. I think he's a dutch guy. In italy it could be and murray and miran moreno Illegal it's nice. No no no it is. It is in italy ninety. Nine zero five ashland. Isabela davis eighty five dollars. Visa a douching. You've been juiced. Has a bunch of douchebag. Call us one for her sister. Michaela her boyfriend mike. Hit her in the mouth. And then there's riley and springfield. Tennessee was a it was a whole load. David dickman eighty twenty one. Joseph k eight oh eight. Thomas wilkinson in ottawa ontario. Eighty older This is This donation klay my knighthood as sir crips named ben. May i have cannabis and smoking. Hot ladies at the roundtable. Why you betcha joseph. Why should miami florida's next on the list he actually wrote in check incentive a card..

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Sojourner Truth

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Sojourner Truth

"Today's warrior was an evangelist to became an outspoken advocate for abolition temperance and women's rights. Let's Talk About Journal Truth. Sojourner truth's name at birth was Isabela. Balm free. She was born into slavery in Ulster. County New York in seventeen ninety seven. In eighteen o six at the age of nine years old, so joyner sold at an auction along with a flock of sheep for a hundred dollars. Join our later described. The slave owner is cruel. She endured repeated beatings at his hands, so joyner was sold once again. This time to a man named John Dumont. Interestingly, because to journal grew up in New York, state originally settled by the Dutch she actually only spoke Dutch were living with Dumont. She learned to speak English At that time support for emancipation in new. York was growing. Dumont promise that he'd set so join our free before it became the law to do so. But eventually, so joyner came to realize that he had no intention of freeing. Sojourner fled with her infant daughter in eighteen, twenty six one year before the abolition of slavery in new. York, She was forced to leave her other three children behind. When she later reflected on the escape, sojourner said I did not run off for I thought that wicked, but I walked off believing that to be alright. During her journey to freedom. Journal! into the home of a quaker couple Isaac and Maria van wagon. After learning about her predicament, they took so Jordan around her baby. In until the states Samantha patient of slaves took effect. The van wagons treated with kindness and compassion, so join our leader said that their benevolence inspired her to become a preacher. During her stay with the couple, she became a devout Christian. Around that time, sojourner officially changed her name from Isabella. Balm free to join her truth. because. She felt it represented her mission of fighting for justice. joiners famous words, truth is powerful, and it prevails. Echo that sentiment. After, moving to New, York City, joyner worked as a domestic servant. She became active in the Methodist Church joining the African Methodist Episcopal denomination. So are also used her experience to help others volunteering as a social worker for former slaves. Despite being illiterate, so joyner became a popular speaker and the abolitionist movement, she spoke in front of hundreds promoting religious tolerance, civil and women's rights. In eighteen fifty four at the Ohio. Women's rights convention in Akron. Joyner gave her most famous speech called Ain't dia woman. She spoke about racial and gender equality and refuted aecom an argument that women should have equal rights. Because Jesus was a man. In her speech, she asked. Did Joe cry, come from. He came from God and a woman manding have nothing to do with it. When the civil war broke out, so joyner helped recruit black troops for the Union army. For her efforts in the war and the abolitionist movement sojourner was invited to meet President Lincoln in eighteen, sixty four. She continued to teach and lecture about social justice until her death in eighteen, eighty, three at

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Mavericks & Legends: Isabella of France

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:32 min | 2 years ago

Mavericks & Legends: Isabella of France

"And contested figures in English history. Let's talk about Lean Isabella of France. Isabella was born in twelve. Ninety five she was the only surviving daughter of Philip. The fourth King of France and his wife Joan. The I of Navarre Isabella had three older brothers. Who at Various Times all reigned as kings of France or Navarre? Isabella was twelve years old when she went to England and married Edward the second a month later pair was crowned King and Queen of England. Isabela was too young to participate in English politics. At first she soon became known for her intelligence and diplomatic skills. Those skills were vital when mounting tensions between the king and lower nobility erupted Edwards favorite nopal. Here's Galveston was murdered in thirteen. Twelve by Jealous Barons. Who believed he'd become arrogant? Violence could have escalated quickly. But Isabella's smooth things over and for some time. Her diplomacy worked. Shortly after Galveston's murder Isabella gave birth to her. First Child. Edward of Windsor. She would give birth to three more children over the next step role. Years leader rumors claimed that Isabella and Edward had a troubled marriage from the start. That wasn't the case. They were a relatively happy functional. Couple until Edward chosen new favorite Noble House and the thirteen twenties Edward through his adoration at the Dispenser Family. A father and son do. The king had a particular affinity for Hugh Dispenser. The younger would married one of his nieces and thirteen o six and was appointed as his chamberlain in thirteen eighteen. The Dispenser Family was despised by many in the royal court. Were Hughes arrogance. Greed and excessive wealth Isabella in particular hated and feared them and Hugh may have contributed to some of the relationship woes Isabella and her husband when England went to war with Isabella's brother Charles. The Fourth of France Edward started to treat as it felt like an outsider and confiscated her lands in March thirteen twenty five Edward Sent Isabella to France to negotiate. Peace with Charles. Thanks once again. To her diplomatic skill the talks were a success Edwards set his and Isabella's thirteen year old son Edward of Windsor to perform the final ceremony. The agreement with her son the heir to the throne under her control in France. Isabella saw an opportunity. She offered her husband an ultimatum. Isabella refused to return home. Unless King Edward Removed Dispenser From Court and allowed her to return to her royal duties as normal. The king refused so Isabella state in France while there she started an affair with an English baron named Roger Mortimer who had escaped from prison after being arrested for leading a rebellion against the king together. Roger and Isabella formed a political alliance and decided the time had come to overthrow the king. Isabella's secured ships money and troops patrolling her son to a Belgian noble. It's September thirteen twenty six Isabella in with an army of mercenaries and exiled nobles. Many of the king's supporters joined her side right away including his two half brothers and his cousin. The dispensers were quickly captured and executed parliament force. King Edward the second to abdicate his throne to his fourteen year old son in January thirteen. Twenty seven Edward. The third began his reign. He wasn't yet of age so the country was ruled by a Regency Council. Isabela and Roger weren't officially part of that council but they seemingly had to factor ruling power and considerable influence for several years. Eventually Isabella and Roger Mortimer became as unpopular as the king before them in thirteen thirty Edward. The third ordered the arrest and execution of Roger Mortimer and sent his mother into retirement. Is it Ella? France passed away in thirteen fifty today. Many see Queen Isabella as a historical seductress who led her male victims to their dooms plays and novels painted her as a cruel

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Crystal King tells us about one of history’s best-selling cookbooks

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

07:03 min | 3 years ago

Crystal King tells us about one of history’s best-selling cookbooks

"You've just written. A book called the chefs secret about the first celebrity chef tyler male Skopje. Who who was Skopje? Skopje was a man who worked for several different cardinals and popes during the renaissance and he found fame because he wrote pretty much. What was really the essential first cookbook that modern people in kitchens and homes could look at and use as a cookbook as we understand it today and it has over a thousand recipes in it and it was published in fifteen seventy and it was one of the best selling cookbooks for the next two centuries. I wish I'd write a book. That was the best rate for the next. Two centuries won't be around Let's get to the food spices This medieval Europe spices were in vogue at the time. So what kind of spices would they use a kitchen like this? So interestingly enough sugar is the biggest thing that was involved in not necessarily on the spice side of things but over nine hundred of the recipes in the cookbook actually have sugar in them and they would put sugar on everything. Like fried eggs has orange juice and sugar on them. Did you try that? I did not try that odd. I The that is the thing I think that is the most striking of the foods at this time is that the flavor combinations are very strange to us. You describe one feast slices Parmesan Olives from Tivoli assaulted. Buffalo Tongue. Served with lemon soup of cheese and egg yolks so some of the ingredients are common. The sauce is a sauce of ground. Almonds currants hard boiled eggs chicken livers. So you're right. They they had a very different Palate than we do. They would create pies for example that would have layers of cheese and then cinnamon and then cavs eyeballs and then Just you just layer all of these strange ingredients together. They really had cavs eyeballs. Oh they used every part of the animal and In certain regions that would have been a delicacy. Actually how do you research the Sixteenth Century? What are the kinds of records? The records of what people bought for the kitchens the the market lists. What other kinds of materials? Could you get hold up to do the research? Yeah a lot of Italian history is still an Italian so a lot of what I researched was actually in the original Italian. But there's a lot of really interesting information we have They took big inventories of their kitchens of the food and the wine that went through the house and so we can see a lot from that also. There was letters that were left behind. One thing that I find really fascinating is that the the gifted food regularly Isabela de Este would send a cabbage to her brother with a recipe on how to make it for example. Not Not a very close loved brother. Yes apparently average but they cultivated. They looked at growing food and fruits and vegetables as a hobby. A pastime that they were passionate about and this was a time of exploration in the area food and so you would send food and sausages and cheeses from one place to another on a regular basis pounds and pounds of fish. Sometimes we're giving gifts Christina's you mentioned those all the time. Are they similar to what we think of? Crisanto is today in. What is a Christodoulos? Start with her pie and yes. They're very similar. Skopje has recipes for simple single cross pies as well as pies that. Have beautiful elaborate tops? Very elaborate pies in these banquets could actually have live animals in them that you would cut open and they birds would fly out for example sometimes pies medieval times. You wouldn't eat the crust because the crossed wouldn't have been palatable flower water right. It was just to hold the food and cook the food differently. Whereas in this period of time you're starting to see flaky crusts and this is where you start to see. Pumpkin and Apple Pie and quince pies and peach and Cherry and pies's we know them today. I have a little experience going back into the nineteenth century American cookbooks and it's sort of hard to translate recipes from that period to the modern times because the ingredients were different right. I mean sugar is not the same kind of sugar. We have today for example. Did you try to cook some of those Skopje recipes? And if so. Did you have problems of translating them? The recipes in Skopje. Cookbook are actually pretty straightforward I found that the majority of the ingredients could be easily sourced at least on the Internet. So did you end up with any recipes in your repertoire. Or these were all speech should stay in the sixteenth century. Oh No these recipes start to become you can see where the foundation of Italian food comes today. there's a. Pumpkin cheesecake pie across data. That I would definitely make again in super easy to make. It's something extremely delicious. Pumpkin cheesecake came from the sixteenth century sixties. No it's not actually when you read the recipe you start to make it. It's got a cream cheese which I interpreted as cream cheese It was probably something not quite the same but similar in texture record of cheese. It has The spices that we're very familiar with mostly cinnamon. The pumpkin could very well have been pumpkin from the new world at that period of time or at least a squash and it's like a Pumpkin cheesecake pie but not as fluffy as we would have in our pies today but delicious. So you get a sense you know. We always think now the twenty first century so modern people were so old fashioned hundreds of years ago but five hundred years ago if you read this book and they were quite modern. So do you get a sense that the food world has really moved on and gotten better or it's just different. I think or what's worse. Maybe it's a little bit of both. I think it's worse in some ways in the sense that we look at regional cooking and and organic cooking as a trend in some ways whereas that's what you did and Skopje took great care in the cookbook to explain the foods from different regions and he had great respect for foods in different places. He was very obsessed with seasonal ingredients and was interested in bringing in flavours from different areas whereas an Italian cooking today. Everything is very very regional if you go to Rome. You're not necessarily going to get the same food that you're going to get in Bologna or in Venice so I think that there's there was a shift in Italian cooking very definitely but I think that he he started us all out and it's different but we can learn a lot. I think by looking back at him. Chris. Thank you very much The chef secret the story of Bartolomeo Skopje. Part fiction and part history. Thank you thank

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Kate Murdoch Discusses Her Newest Masterpiece 'The Orange Grove'

Published...Or Not

11:19 min | 3 years ago

Kate Murdoch Discusses Her Newest Masterpiece 'The Orange Grove'

"You've traveled through France you probably went to the side live. You could only wonder at the opulence of the King's palace petition. Also wonder how the French court operated will thanks to Cape Murdoch. We get an idea. Welcome back again you descriptions of the palace and what the people were wearing lean and even the food that was served. We're really vivid. There was a lot of research he must have done. Yes and it also comes about because of my because I was an office for so many years. So grading visuals is really important to me. I like to read visuals and I like to write them. So yeah that's part of it. Also but yes I had to get. Did you know there are a number of things like at one stage. I had a carriage clock on a mantle and carriage clocks when invented like that new I was constantly rating like I did a number of proofs just obviously for those types of things and what about the Masa Pancake. Yes I came across that somewhere and I can't remember Web ed but there was something like that Croatia's on point for the coach and Yes it was as realistic as possible. this was all around seventeen fifty seventeen. I five seventeen o five so the louise were in prisons whether the fourteenth But the book is called the Orange Grove. And that's not in beside who owns the Orange Grove and palace the duke and Duchess Stumbles Linage and yes. It's a beautiful chateau. It's an Orange Grove and extensive grounds and manicured gardens will well. He's Juke Hugo let's make it easy and The touches Charlotte now. They have a daughter Amelia. But there's also a number of mistress yes as mistresses and up to this. You know the time. The book said they've all been co-existing quite happily. It hasn't been too many problems uh-huh but all of a sudden that changes with the arrival of the new mistress Latisha. Well what I couldn't believe is the the duchess in the five mistresses. All went out from a picnic and they had a very cordial social time. They even discuss the merits of marriage over missing. That's right I take it with your research. Could that conversation really go on. Yes I believe so because I think that the tension amongst these women would have reached a fever pitch at times and that was the whole the whole idea of that was what got me rushing. This story in the first place is because very early on. I read a In academic paper about Prince of the time who had twelve mistresses and they all followed behind in these carriages and they all had the same You know Equi posh was the word that's used to end the same library and everything was the same and this immediately intrigued me and I thought well how would they get along. Would they be friends with any of them be friends and most importantly how with the wife handle the situation and this is set up so you know the the same that you referred to. I'm usually the mistress's know what to say. And what not to say. And they keep keep the council and they they ruffle her the duchess's feathers but in that particular sane on riot decides to stand up to her a little beach to the shock. Give it all the other women. So what what. Why didn't why didn't the duchess the other mistresses like the newest the fifth mistress? While she's she's very young and beautiful for one and she's also someone who gecas actually fallen in love with so. That hasn't happened before. No what I call her. The child concrete and will of course if the king is falling in love with her. He's not having any relationships with any of the other mistresses press'. Well maybe but you know this elaine who is desperately needs his Not Much affection but his logistics logistics. Shall we say yes. What's her problem? Well she's desperate for love wherever she can find it. She's a very insecure person. She's he's definitely being threatened. Yes and her husband. I'm lates laugh. That costs a lot of money. He's Gambler and She has to continue to fund him. And you know her. His life is dependent on her success within that setting so yes it isn't you've mentioned Henry Henry and Well she is actually had a daughter by the king yes salon challenge Sir There's another child around to the SES. Isabela neither mistresses son. Thomas and I I would win the fifth Mistress the teasha becomes pregnant. Everybody will only everybody else worries if it's Zahn years and that was the other thing that I should've mentioned that the other reason that she's a threat because up to that point the duchess hasn't been able to provide an air and so she realizes houses. This young girl could really position by by doing that so when she asks yes when she becomes pregnant the stakes are raised even higher which leads to some a lot of people having a grudge against Latisha and wanting to do her harm. That's the two children children. Thomasson Solange have the run of the palace the Orange Groves secret. They like to go there to hide and seek they also like to play hide and seek in the palace and to learn a lot of the palace secrets. Yes they learn about law. By what's Li- Li- is a substance that was used for cleaning and I decided to have it be used Chew Harm. I'm someone in the story if I want to go. We knocked telling her LA is placed in undergarments and causes quite a bit image. So yeah it Welson Rashes in hates and faints. Oh well that's not the only damage and here. I'm passing being A. I'm going to get Cape Murdoch to read from page one hundred seventy nine. Because this is all about a black doc mass. Let's say crucifixes must be inscribed on the soles of the fate the celebrant should be cloaked in black back and naked beneath the ideal animal for sacrifice is a girl or a peak the vessel should be placed on the naked body of a woman in place of consecrated bread we must use a decompose turnip and the blood of the slaughtered animal. Replaces the consecrated wine. Madam Fulbright gave a wicked smile. Her eyes glinting. I'll kill the peak having had experienced at the task. Where is the best place for the mass to be performed? Charlotte pondered the question gazing out of the pavilion windows towards the Orange Grove. It's symmetrical rows of trees. Stretching into the distance. The tree canopies with thick and the leaves glossy casting deputy sheriff as long the gravel pathways ace the Orange Grove Child Charlotte replied. No one will see us and made all that foilage. Sorry the reason for this. Who is she doing who she actually getting? The black mess said four. You'll have to read to find out now this isn't the owning mythical magical magical todd Thing in this terret cod readings. Yes so there's a character called remand Davila who comes to the Chateau and he's purposes to entertain attain the women with his he's ratings and the civil Rating Terry waiting saints throughout the novels. So I started to try and write them and it just was not feeling rush. I thought I'm really going to have to learn to read them because otherwise people are going to read it and they'll be able to tell that I have no idea what I'm hoping so I teach you sat up pack of the cards and when I started looking at them and looking at some of the descriptions of of at all I was very skeptical. This is a load of rubbish and then as I kind of didn't more and more I ended up kind of locking them and now I have my pack. It's interesting because you know you do the ratings. And we we hear about king of swords and seven of swords and all these other ones and and of course with the insider of an author you can go back and write whatever you like but as we're reading way building story and I had to laugh about this because because you know they was at. It was really professional. Tear raiders in the courts. At the time I didn't rate of that specifically now that I thought it it was quite possible to have somebody like that. Yeah I mean. There are all kinds of entertainments that they had the time. I'm the opera ballet was featured in the novel is certainly. There's out if it was your written with an artist cy looking at it I look I laughed about this. The Professional Tara Cod Rita. Now I think the best fortune telling was done by his prostitute friend who said you are a bad man with noble intentions. Didn't you will be good. You just don't know it yet but there are forged love letters jewell secret visits to a convent and a priest who is tout told to doll his heart. Blood with frigid air prayer and whip but back to the side with all the court his planning and plotting and scheming. It's the Esto. The Duke and Duchess is twelve year old daughter. WHO's introduced or my case in the hope? He would remember her in years to come but it wasn't her. It was the word games that he played with. LETITIA captivated him yes well. She ended up playing with Madame for Bray and he was watching and he is nine as has being very good at the word Games of course and yeah I think just they conversation they they start to be quite interested in another but it's very forbidden. ooh ooh forbidden stuff. This cade Murdoch. You've given US seventeen o five France Orange Grove. The previous book was Stone Circle Cool Sixteenth Century and Nixon's nineteen twenty Sicily just keep revolving around but the book. I've been speaking with kite today. About what is the Orange Grove published by Regal House publishing. Thank you came over

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 Man faces prison time for wife's disappearance during honeymoon

The South Florida Morning Show

00:26 sec | 4 years ago

Man faces prison time for wife's disappearance during honeymoon

"Louis Ben will be sentenced today in Miami, federal court after pleading to involuntary manslaughter his wife Isabela Hellman of Delray Beach, just declared dead by a judge after the couple sailboat sank in the Atlantic during their honeymoon in may of twenty six seventeen helman's body. Never found Bennett was accused of intentionally sinking the boat. They have a daughter who's in the care of benet's parents. He faces up to eight years in prison for Isabel death and sentenced today in Miami at nine o'clock

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After Sexual-Assault Suit, Celebrity Chef Mike Isabella's Restaurant Group Filing for Bankruptcy

Ben Shapiro

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

After Sexual-Assault Suit, Celebrity Chef Mike Isabella's Restaurant Group Filing for Bankruptcy

"Celebrity chef Mike Isabela once had more than a dozen restaurants in the DC area. Now, he's going bankrupt after being accused of sexual harassment. The Washington Post reports the top chef alum filed for bankruptcy protection for his businesses yesterday. The March lawsuit by a former top manager accused Isabela and his partners of touching her without permission and talking about her

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Waffle House hero James Shaw Jr. has scholarship named in his honor at TSU

24 Hour News

01:50 min | 5 years ago

Waffle House hero James Shaw Jr. has scholarship named in his honor at TSU

"The most popular baby name for girls in recent years remained on top and 2017 but ap correspondent mike have been reports there was a new king among boys names for the fourth year in a row emma was the top girl's name hello i'm watson i am so excited to be here in france emma was followed by livia eva isabela and sophia on the boys side liam was the most popular in two thousand seventeen everybody i'm liam liam push last year's chip noah to the number two spot william was third followed by james and logan the social security administration releases to one thousand most popular baby names each year the agency uses the announcement to draw traffic to it it's website where workers can track their benefits long before they retire mike kemp in washington the waffle house shooting hero now has a scholarship named in his honor at his alma mater nearly fifteen thousand dollars have been collected for the scholarship named for james shaw junior who took an ar fifteen rifle from a gunman at a tendency waffle house in april after four people were shot and killed and four others were wounded tennessee state university held a reception in his honor and the school's president said shaul receive a special presidential recognition at homecoming in october starbucks is changing its bathroom policy as ap correspondent mad small reports this comes following last month's racial firestorm starbucks will now open it's bathrooms to everyone regardless of whether they bought anything following the arrest last month of two african american minute one of its philadelphia coffeeshops chairman howard schultz says he doesn't want the company to become a public bathroom but feels employees can make as he puts it the right decision one hundred percent of the time if that choices removed at the store level the company's still plans to shut down more than eight thousand of its us.

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Emma and Liam top list of most popular baby names

24 Hour News

01:57 min | 5 years ago

Emma and Liam top list of most popular baby names

"The contest featuring musicians from forty three countries is popular in countries outside of europe including china this year it is being held in lisbon portugal the organization didn't say which acts had been cut by mango the you said in a statement the contract allowing the chinese broadcaster to televise the twenty eight thousand contests was terminated immediately leaving mango tv i'm able to air the second semifinal on thursday and the grand final on saturday north korea's key ally china says it welcomes progress on a summit between the leaders of the us and north korea is ap correspondent charlesdale desma reports the summits being held next month the foreign ministry says china believes the june twelve meeting in singapore between kim jong un i'm president donald trump will mark an important step in bringing about denuclearization achieving a political settlement to issues on the korean peninsula and ensuring regional peace and stability china's president has met twice with came in china over the past two months including a two day meeting this week in what is seen as a push to ensure beijing's interests are upheld in any settlement between north korea and the us i'm charleston desma the most popular baby name for girls in recent years remained untapped 2017 ap correspondent mike have been reports there was a new king among boys names for the fourth year in a row emma was the top girl's name hello i'm anna watson i am so excited to be here in france emma was followed by livia api isabela and sophia on the boys side liam was the most popular in two thousand seventeen pay everybody i'm liam liam push last year's champ noah to the number two spot william was third followed by james and logan the social security administration releases to one thousand most popular baby names each year the agency uses the announcement.

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