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"jamestown" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"The Jamestown to bring it up the floor we are deadlocked at twenty four for the game that is R. fifty tied at this point Janet brown in the front court nearly rebel that one away we met six lead changes here's Roberts with it now Justin Roberts puts it on the back all the way to the bucket left hand runner good what a finish Justin Roberts looked as though is going all the way underneath the hoop but just at the last second flip it up with the left hand Naggar by two Jaylen pick it back on the floor for the saints the camper camper right elbow troubles banks into Shannon brown that's an offense of foul on Manny camper Shandon brown for the second time draws a charge and it will be purple eagle basketball twenty six twenty four two fifty five left first hand been a good battle in the paint Niagara holding their own a dozen points on each side well actually now fourteen twelve for Niagara on the driving layup by Robert Nick McDonell with it now crossover dribble goes to left side dribble handoff to Shandon brown brown with it past the defender all the way to the bucket that one block away Janet tries to regain the possession and it goes off his fingertips and out of bounds and Gary Harris junior at six feet six inches the freshman from Los Angeles did everything but wag the finger at Justin Robert excuse me at Chandan brown there that was a good black shot by Heris Nicolas Crandall Jackson Nick McDonald to the sideline two thirty seven left Elijah burns will check yet so burns on the floor with the two files two thirty five left now is they wind the clock here in the first half stick with us at halftime had a chance to visit with Mariotto Bolden manager slash now player for the purple eagles tell you about that carried out a camper camper ball fake got Thomas in their back to Kerry a contested three that went off the rim and it bounced through Donald Carey got the generous role they're the perfect rotation was the difference twenty seven twenty six Seattle leads it here is the money Thomas with it now the crowd home ball fake one waste bins gives it to Shannon brown Hammett led to act at the scorer's table for Niagara here's Roberts dribbles into traffic picks up the dribbled out of town eight to shoot James town between the legs all the way to the bucket against Kingsway up no good white jeans got fouled on that one no call came back come the saints Kerry hill always the three that one off the back rim no good rebound demonte Thomas outlet towns towns all the way to the bucket finger roll Niagara by one James towns now is seven and a time out called by the purple eagles love them over there by coach Paul it's use it or lose it yes but it gives Niagara chance to bring a Steve let me I can Marcus Hammond back out on the floor fox com doc wants to work with you not only to decrease paper output but also to increase.
An Interview With A Professor Of World Religion
"You know you you are a professor of world religions yeah you know a lot about a lot of different religion and to take about Africans average out exactly one of the things that and always as one of I guess somebody who know cook you know one of the things that I get about billion counter it is black people thank you that the three major religions that we know of Christianity Judaism is long up a hammock religious don't forget about ever have yes yes yes Hey Brian yep yes yes they think that these are white religions they take the people pick actually think that Christianity with be gone by white yeah I think the duty of the world book gone by white right you know that you think that Jews are ethnically bought a ethnic group as as opposed to being a religious that's right I mean if I was a political right also to prove what I mean help us with that man you dumb down my lane do it you know you're down my life so yeah the classes that I teach at that IDC and elsewhere I always emphasize that the book we call the Bible is an African book based on three basic of components one the land to the people treat the languages as we had to go right if you take a map you look at what's been described in the tanks the land masses from mother date the opiate to the outskirts of India that's still testament if you look at the New Testament that sum all round Palestine and all around the Mediterranean and then it becomes more Afro European but is Afroasiatic after European the the people migrated back and forth to play what we call all the new teslas same type of folk they brown of people like people most employed by Egypt and then of Babylon modern day Iraq then we'll look at the languages Hebrew is an Afro Asiatic language the Greek this use the New Testament is call Corneil Greek common we but is the particular idiom and as in northeast Africa and also the earliest text of the theology test Anil Latin which is that again all taking place in North Africa so no the origins of the book into the land people languages we can demonstrate it we can see it is African the permutation of it over time is it became European as in the same way lan people languages right so by the time we a re introduced to it and say that way by the time the reintroduce African people it looks like it's a European tex Lupe religion excel all three of the dimension but if you get on the need that English you see the court you for the call you hear that I watched you may just break down lack but break down the biblical text in here from every angle the different languages the different permutations of each languages I as long as your transfers I mean just fascinating actually I had an opportunity to to introduce you well one day of the what you call them we will deliver the Gulf Alexian Landau I'm honored to have been able to follow you wind up to do that is will only last year which is which is it yes it's an awesome because it is one of them but you you basically read the text the heat of the Hebrew text in Hebrew yeah because you you know what your body feel in here the the if you will the rap of it in the cadence of it when you hear the hit the review the rapids are you know on the need that English is is a is a cortex and I will be calling was translation is not really a translation is an interpretation is Islamic terror right and one of the things that really push hard on it that our people deserve better meaning our people need to know this because I believe fundamental to the PA reason for the deprivation that that the idea of not allowing us to read is precisely this once you read what you see once you know it for yourself that others have known for centuries then your mind is freed up new not been upon someone else's interpretation commentary and misconstrued interpretation by the bad design right but is that in in in in by design meaning that Europeans white folks mangle the text and present an interpretation that is at best there weren't and at worst insidious insidious malevolent well let's take a classic example the same came J. no different by the same King James to authorize a game J. version of the Bible for political reasons as the saying one of the authorized sixteen nineteen and twenty some odd African people landing in Jamestown Virginia as late as sort of it but as a slave purses that'll use all of that is one of them I'll use word is late and more because when I Slavic we weren't slightly right over to the not with the skilled people who a captain who did get paid right for you people who were captured in the end they did pay I'll be black he made a blow me off I you might want to get in on this please read of the of your brother band is really you monster rod about thirty maybe they'll be a
What's So American About Apple Pie?
"You think of the word America. But what specific fix symbols. Come to mind the Statue of Liberty Baseball Burgers a world class albeit very expensive college degree. Those are all good guesses but for a a long time a sweeter treat has represented the best and worst of the United States Apple Pie. If you're from around here then it's a good bet that you've heard the oft-recited recited phrase as American as Apple Pie. But what's the origin of this patriotic slogan. First let's back up and look at how apple's landed on America's shores ores apple's had been cultivated around Europe and Asia for thousands of years but when European colonists arrived in the Americas they found only wild crab apples small Soured dry apples. That aren't good for eating unlike some other fruits. If you plant and appleseed there's no guarantee that the resulting tree will bear the same delicious fruit. You Ate Apple. Trees tend to revert to their wild format grafting on branches from developed trees helps and you also need pollinators honeybees to grow the fruit so although the original settlers of Jamestown brought apple seeds and seedlings with them from Europe planted them in their new homeland. The first apples grown in America were mostly used for CIDER rather than desert. Now let's Talk Pie. It was only with the availability of granulated sugar through slavery and trade. That dessert hurt pies including apple pies came into popularity in America despite the Apple Pies Common Association with American Pride Europeans and actually got in the whole piping. I think down centuries before a recipe for Dutch Apple Pie can be traced back to fifteen fourteen and the English were so enamored with apple pies in the late fifteen hundreds. They even came up with Pie. Themed soliloquies so who was responsible for impressing apples into the American mindset. That that would be one. John Chapman also done by the more famous. Moniker of Johnny appleseed. Contrary to popular belief appleseed was no mere American legend he he really did exist and what's more. He planted apple nurseries around the turn of the nineteenth century throughout Ohio and other Midwestern states and he sold them at a tidy profit off. It appleseed also gave away countless more seedlings to pioneers who set up apple orchards across the nation he became legendary because he mostly walked estimates. Say somewhere around ten thousand miles over the course of his life all barefoot and with nothing but a single knife for protection. He became a symbol of rugged individualism individualism and frontier expansion and in the years since the United States has developed a whole slew of truisms associated with apples including an apple. A day keeps the the doctor away and one bad apples oils. The bunch the phrase American as Apple Pie popped up in print as early as nineteen. Twenty eight was being used to describe I blue Henry Hoover the first lady of the Hoover Presidency and what a good homemaker she was but it wasn't until World War Two. The apple pies really became stamped into the American consciousness as a patriotic pastry by then good. Apple's had been common for a few generations and the dish was thought of as Homey and Dispel Jack due perhaps to a popular song titled. Ma I miss your Apple Pie. Published in nineteen forty one and apple pie being the most frequently served desert at American military posts during the war. It became a bit of a mean for American soldiers to tell reporters that they were fighting for mom and Apple Pie and boom boom. The Apple Pie became American given apple pies strong associations with America. It's perhaps not surprising that it's not really a homegrown. American can product but something baked overseas and brought to these shores but since immigrants are a key component of the United States there's perhaps no better symbol of America in this delicious Dessert Desert.
"jamestown" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Of a personal issue for me I live in Jamestown to the south the recycling center and let's just say sanitation practices that this recycling center or at best a lot of this stuff and blowing to the south it's in the trees it's in my neighbor's bushes and what happens is we drop a bunch of stuff for the recycling center people drop a bunch of stuff in the collective pick it up it was almost mid July before we had the stuff up and I get it people that you see a bag here there but I'm talking hundreds if not thousands of pieces of trash one course but had to get all the city Atty get involved band some of the stuff we had everything from prescription pill bottles of people's names on it mail I had people's bills from actually all over James town is pretty interesting all this is Brian thank you for a hearing I do have bad news for you though evidently a study in California said after they banned plastic bags in the communities that that that garbage cans bags garbage bags our sales went up by like a hundred twenty percent so the just be bigger garbage bags well if you're interested in your backyard Hey Jim the flag pole guys here the one that the only but he's a gentleman Jim the flag pole guy happy twenty twenty happy new year my friend do you use because of the new year everybody in the Great Plains what's on your mind today well one the new year make assessments the first of the year no implement new ideas and that's kind of where we're at right now actually been installed for for breast CA construction hi good today well not the foundations already and I'm just is that all but what about you know we're I'm making my first flag to trying it out with a new song which is cut yeah we're doing some research and development on that I got two letters four foot tall are you really you can exciting very exciting and ineffective I've had any feedback any consistent the you know the feedback from the folks at hearing on the radio say from flag give me a good from fly because a lot of out there are you know they give you get up there and they're gonna fall apart no time so you wanna you wanna rock solid one such great you got them working on the in the flag lab right now on the on how do you design a flag what do you do when you say you're working on what do you what do you do you just get the the writer wanted all the material out individually and only the letters R. four foot tall they end up flowing having cultural machines just about their king I'm gonna learn to an end of you know what I noticed about this new solution we have to Scott is the poly thread you got two rows of really high scoring a sudden resisted college credit in that kind of accident as a build to the flag just a little bit in I think it's gonna absorb energy a lot better than what some of the materials I've come across so it's actually adding a substantial I'm hoping let me tell you build on the end of the flag maker last longer also I noticed really quickly wed polls the technology's been around for forty fifty years the end of no I'm I'm pretty I'm gonna a one day install to further make it economical for my customers so yeah a lot of good things well with the old with the new I'm glad you are safe one day install your gonna dig the hole for the concrete set the poll hang the flag the whole thing in one day well this way we did the whole shut the polls we support for them before the concrete then we take our forms off we we we don't come back the next day who basically stays the trip the customer money that cost less for the fly ball yeah yeah because we love to put it in the end because the customer last sold us all working on well I love it don't it's twenty two yeah what what what will what will pray for success for some good success for our friend the gym the fight poor guy in his.
June 17th, 1765 in Williamsburg Virginia
"On this episode. I'm once again on location in colonial oneal Williamsburg in Virginia last time we were together. We were outside of Bruton Parish Church a congregation that was founded an Anglican congregation Gatien that was founded in sixteen seventy four Williamsburg was founded as a town in sixteen thirty eight and of course Jamestown Jamestown was the original capital but in sixteen ninety nine the capital of the colony was moved to here and it held that capital all the way until seventeen eighty when and during the revolutionary war it was deemed that Richmond would be a safer place well we are interested in the year seventeen sixty five in fact a date in seventeen sixty five on June seventeen seventeen sixty five a group of seventeen men got together and petitioned Russian the court here and Williamsburg. This is what they requested. We intend to make use of a house in the city of Williamsburg situated on part of a lot belonging to Mr George Davenport as a place for the public worship of God. According to the Protestant Austin dissenters of the Presbyterian denomination well. This is an Anglican colony. The Anglican Church is the the established church and these seventeen presbyterians wanted an authorized legal Presbyterian church to be established they actually actually added a ps two it and the PS was this as we are unable to obtain a settled minister. We intend this place at present only for occasional worship when we have opportunity to hear any legally qualified minister well. The city of Williamsburg granted their request. They established their church perch. It was just a small little modest meeting houses. They mentioned they're not even able to have a settled minister. I walked it off and it measures about twenty two defeat by thirty six feet and in this very simple meeting house these presbyterians met member how Paul ends Romans by listing listing off a number of people well here are seventeen names William Smith John Connolly Walter Lenox James Holdcroft Robert Burke Nicholson John orchiston James Douglas James Atherton William Gemmell Edward Cummins Thomas Skinner Daniel Hoy John Bell James Smith William Brown John Morris and Charles Hankins. These were carpenters vendor's craftsman. Some of them worked in the courthouse. These were the seventeen who started this church on June. Seventeen seventeen sixty five these presbyterians came out of the great awakening. They were a new side Presbyterian Rian Church that meant that they were not only in favor of the great awakening but many of these were likely converted during the great awakening some of them might have been in converted under the Ministry of George Whitfield. Remember that sermon that we heard a paragraph from by Steve Lawson. Some of them might have been converted by I Samuel Davies Samuel Davies was a Presbyterian Missionary Tha Virginia his first wife died and his second wife was Jane Holt. Her family was a prominent family here Williamsburg and so Samuel Davies made many visits to the capital city not only to see his in laws but also to petition before the Virginia legislature and before the Virginia governor for Religious Freedom and no doubt bolstered these presbyterians that were here in Williamsburg one of those ministers who came occasionally to preach actually to those ministers who came occasionally here to preach once they've established their meeting eating house were trained by Samuel Davies well. That's the Presbyterian
Donald Trump, Virginia And President discussed on KQED Radio Show
"It was the beginning of a barbaric trade in human lives in his speech at Jamestown Donald Trump made specific reference to the history of slavery for his speech was interrupted right here in Virginia your predecessors tester held up signs and said for junior was their home and that the president could not send them back even as Mr trump border than we see helicopter to go the gyms time he was forced to defend himself against allegations of racism the
"jamestown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"President trump was in Jamestown Virginia today to mark four hundred years of American democracy speech was boycotted by most diverging as Democrats and all of its black lawmakers they were protesting how trump has spoken out about lawmakers color the president this weekend that lashed out at democratic congressman Elijah Cummings and his city of Baltimore here's a band pave your of never station WCVB began his morning attacking Cummings who chairs the house oversight committee the committee that has launched a series of investigations into his administration the president claims without evidence that the majority black city of Baltimore was corrupt it's always a good fit in the fall of the bar it's been this bad it's been missing a dollar a short trip later and trump was in a giant air conditioned tent in Jamestown about a mile from where Virginia's assembly met on a sweltering day four hundred years ago those early representatives were all white landholders the first enslaved Africans arrive on a trade ship a few weeks later Cody Martin Luther king junior trump said African Americans had face centuries of cruelty in the face of grains oppression and grave injustice African Americans have built strengthened inspired up lifted protected defended and sustain our nation from its very earliest days those words rang hollow to a young Muslim American Democrat who represents going to Virginia and the state legislature in protest of trump's speech you perhaps the merest it up and shouted over the president he was escorted out to chance from some audience members most Democrats set out from speech in Virginia's legislative black caucus boycotted the event entirely they spent the morning in Richmond at the side of the old pumpkins jail what was once an infamous holding area for slaves and is now a grassy lot their goal was to recognize black Virginians contributions over the last four hundred years democratic delegate Marcy a price said trump's comments toward black politicians made him the wrong choice for today's event so this to me was a a protest against someone who has both in word and policy.
Lawmaker interrupts Trump during Jamestown speech
"The president this weekend that lashed out at democratic congressman Elijah Cummings and his city of Baltimore here's a band pave your of never station WCVB began his morning attacking Cummings who chairs the house oversight committee the committee that has launched a series of investigations into his administration the president claims without evidence that the majority black city of Baltimore was corrupt it's always a good fit in the fall of the bar it's been this bad it's been missing a dollar a short trip later and trump was in a giant air conditioned tent in Jamestown about a mile from where Virginia's assembly met on a sweltering day four hundred years ago those early representatives were all white landholders the first enslaved Africans arrive on a trade ship a few weeks later Cody Martin Luther king junior trump said African Americans had face centuries of cruelty in the face of grains oppression and grave injustice African Americans have built strengthened inspired up lifted protected defended and sustain our nation from its very earliest days those words rang hollow to a young Muslim American Democrat who represents going to Virginia and the state legislature in protest of trump's speech you perhaps the merest it up and shouted over the president he was escorted out to chance from some audience members most Democrats set out from speech in Virginia's legislative black caucus boycotted the event entirely they spent the morning in Richmond at the side of the old pumpkins jail what was once an infamous holding area for slaves and is now a grassy lot their goal was to recognize black Virginians contributions over the last four hundred years democratic delegate Marcy a price said trump's comments toward black politicians made him the wrong choice for today's event so this to me was a a protest against someone who has both in word and policy
Protester interrupts Trump's Jamestown speech with "Deport Hate" sign
"Hector by heckler disrupting president Donald Trump Jamestown speech is northern Virginia delegate Ebrahim some mirrors the mirror stood up and held signs that read deport hate and reunite my family a third message that go back to your corrupted home the mirror was let out of the speech tonight as some members of the crowd chanted trump trump trump the president's return to racial politics is apparently turning off many professional suburban women a critical voting block in the twenty twenty election in dozens of Associated Press interviews with women in largely white and politically divided suburbs outside Philadelphia Milwaukee Detroit and Denver nearly all expressed dismay at his racially polarized thing
Trump speaks at Jamestown anniversary event
"Long president trump was in Jamestown Virginia today commemorating the four hundredth anniversary of a representative legislative body meeting in America Mr trump congratulated Virginia and its lawmakers on for incredible centuries of history and talked about the horrors of slavery African American lawmakers opted to boycott the event in light of recent comments made by the
Trump Hails African-American Contributions to America Amid Battle With Black Critics
"In lieu of presidential visit today gets the cold shoulder surgery is black state lawmakers a great many of them will boycott today's commemoration of the four hundred years of representative democracy fox's Kevin Cork in Jamestown the Virginia legislative black caucus saying in a statement the president's participation is quote antithetical to the principles the caucus
Virginia, Trump And Jamestown discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane
"Black lawmakers from Virginia will boycott president trump's appearance in Jamestown today he'll commemorate the four hundredth anniversary of the first legislative meeting in America on the heels of comments referring to Baltimore as a rat infested
"jamestown" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Scholarships scholarship to the university of Jamestown for this it's nine eleven here at AM eleven how to the flag W's the FTC Hollister man the flag studios here with you this morning or this evening we just want to make sure you know that we're here watching the storm events for you as the skies have turned extremely ominous you're of the last half hour or so we are under a severe thunderstorm warning for a good share of our listening area for northeastern Cass county and also in Clay County all of clay county northwestern Minnesota also Norman county southeastern Paul county man Norman county northwestern Becker county and west central Clearwater county in northwestern Minnesota under severe thunderstorm warning in addition a northeast Cass county southeastern trail county in southeastern North Dakota also in the severe thunderstorm warning this was issued at eight forty three tonight and the severe thunderstorm warning is in effect until nine forty five so this is going to be a fairly lengthy one by the time this gets done here about a half hour from now at eight forty three severe thunderstorms were located along along a line extending from near Dugdale to six miles northeast of ada to near Harwood moving east at thirty five miles an hour sixty mile an hour wind gusts have been detected by trained weather spotters and radar you can expect there's going to be here we go again right damage to roads siding and trees were still cleaning up from the last bout of nasty when they came through I was just walking this evening in my neighborhood there's still a couple of fences down the location specifically impacted include Fargo Moorhead west Fargo Crookston deal worth Barnes bill in Castleton it also includes I twenty nine between mile markers fifty seven eighty nine I ninety four in North Dakota between mile markers three twenty seven three fifty two I ninety four Minnesota between mile markers one and twenty six I if you are in.
"jamestown" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Oh seven roanoke the famous lost colony off the coast of present day north carolina england establishes jamestown on may fourteenth sixteen o seven locating the swampy marshlands along virginia's james river jamestown residents offered or suffer skews me horrendous mortality rates during his first five years immigrants had just a fifty fifty chance chance of surviving in those first five years now at least eighty percent of those early death did come at the hands or i guess more teddy legs of roanoke recluse spiders twice as big as normal brown recluse is far more venomous not not poisons hatching by the the hundreds of thousands working in teams swarming on the victims after initial bites would release chemical compounds tracking other spiders spiders that would lift up eyelids let more spiders climb into people's heads and then lay eggs inside people's brains and don't look now but i am fairly certain is one of the back of your neck and if you try to brush up it's gonna fall short is fucking you're never gonna get just gonna buy you invite you and by after a long time sucker you know that's bullshit if you're a new soccer and you turn this this podcast off a few seconds ago at folsom new nightmares initial jamestown counters did recently died the most basic some succumbing to disease and fights with local tribes no spider death i'm aware of jamestown expedition was fine as by the virginia company of london which believe the precious metals or to be found in the area jamestown is known as a charter settlement mean that the colony what's expected to be profitable and it was not no big gold mines should've went south guys spaniard for fucking breaking it down there in central and south america but jamestown provided a proven a british they could sell north america and continue to settle north america they did british seller scattered along the north atlantic coastline soon formed thirteen original colonies that with all join together and revolt bolt in today's tail now do we mentioned virginia look at a few other oji colonies being with a colony of maryland sixteen thirty two english crown granted about twelve million acres of land at the top of the.
"jamestown" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"She says the idea was Jamestown would be run by council. The names in the box, and the council would elect a president who would govern the colony the box was sealed, and it was only to be open when the ships reached Virginia. Because they didn't want them to argue while they were see. And they didn't want any kind of arguments to erupt during the journey, although clearly, some kind of argument erupted at some point because in sixteen seven John Smith arrived in Virginia in chains. On the ship. He has for insubordination, right? This is Karen Cooperman. She's a historian, who wrote the book on Jamestown, the Jamestown project. She in cathlene Don again, will be our two experts here. So the ship arrives, and everyone surprised when the men get out and they opened the box. They find John Smith's name this rowdy guy. They had to lock up Smith was the only person named the council who wasn't of high rank social or military rank and the idea that he thought he knew what should be done. I'm sure was rankled these people. And here's the thing that we like to imagine as so deeply American about John Smith. He was this common guy. And it turned out in time that he was a pretty decent diplomat. He learned doggone Klin. He got to know the different tribes. He eventually became president of the colony which on Smith. Understood is that in this new venture that thority was going to be made up of something different who's going to be made up of experience. It was going to be made up of what you knew what you could accomplish. How you could learn who you could manipulate that. Those were going to be the basis of authority and not anything that came through bloodlines and not anything that came through land and not anything that came through institutions, but things that came through experience, and he was right in the colony. There were some fancy men of upper classes who are like a told you. I don't work. And John Smith had none of that. John Smith was the one who said, if you don't work you don't eat, and that was a radical thing to say to the people who were in charge in Jamestown, although eventually, even he who worked also did not eat the Jamestown, colonists were military men. They didn't have the skills to actually create a settlement, the council's, I let. Her back to the Virginia company in late June sixteen o seven reads, like a kid writing to their parents from summer camp. Trying to sound happy, but actually having a terrible time in that first letter, the leaders praised the land, they chose and say, they have a good store of wheat, but sign off your poor friends. Eventually those stores ran out the work itself, slowly transitioned to begging for food, not growing it or hunting for it begging for it, because they never had plans to grow their own food. They really thought that native Americans would give them food. Oh my God. They, they thought that, that there's a very famous line from a historian, Edmund Morgan who writes about this who says that is not what you came to Virginia. Four says you still didn't get around to planning too much corn? The men of Jamestown had a mix of vulnerability starvation and era Gance a truly toxic combination. And these colonizers are getting hungrier and hungrier and drought comes and winter comes, they're constantly sending boats. I up the James river and then a up to the Potomac constantly looking searching looking for food, and in one case captain John's fifth says that as they forced this native group to give them food. And as they pulled away, they saw the women and children, on the riverbank weeping because food was so short for them because of the disastrous. Drought men are dying a hundred and four men landed in may of sixteen o seven by the end of the year, only thirty eight were still alive. This does not make the Virginia company. Look good. They've got to save face for their many bondholders in England. There's serious investment in this endeavor from wealthy citizen. Wins and the government and they cannot blow it on damage control. The Virginia company sends over more men, along with new leadership and new plans. They put all the leaders in the new plans on one ship, and then all the men on other ships, and that one ship the one with the leadership and the rules it gets wrecked in Bermuda..
"jamestown" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Course, one of the totally kick ass songs from the nineteen ninety-five Disney animated movie, polka haunt us. I was four when it came out, but I had it on VHS, and I watched it again, and again, and in a lot of ways in the popular imagination, the story of Jamestown has been acquainted with the story of polka Honda's. This is Irene with my Lauren Bacall voice. People are going to hear this voice and not recognize you. It'll be kind of fun reveal. This is Irene battered, the voice of Disney's Pocahontas. What? What did you say? My name is polka. Juntas. Talking to Iranian. It was hard to figure out how she felt about the movie there seemed to be a lot of mixed feelings. After all, Irene is native American herself. I grew up being called Pocahontas in a derogatory way Irene said that the movies writers listened to her and ask for input. But of course, the plot itself ended up over-simplified history of courses always told from the victors, and this was an easy way to kind of portray the, the good Indians who helped a masterful settlers who you know, created beautiful America that we now live in, in the Disney telling of Pocahontas, it's framed as a love story, the strapping, John Smith gets off this boat in the new world falls in love with the native Princess Pocahontas, and this Romeo, and Juliet kind of way and it kind of pieces made between the English and the local Poyton. Tribe. We cling to this love story, even though it's very transparently, not true. She was only ten years old nine or ten when John's Smith came to the village in historical accounts Pocahontas was kind of a cool neighborhood kid. She was very spunky, and friendly and was always doing cartwheels, and everyone in Jamestown was happy to see her. She actually helped John Smith. Learn Algan or a dialect of all gone Quinn that the politics spoke. So obviously, John Smith was also a real person. I'm not about to let you boys have all aside, from being a steadily cartoon voiced by Mel Gibson, John Smith was extremely significant historically. If you think about the story of North American history, like the bible, then George Washington was kind of like the Abraham and John Smith was the atom. And here's why when they got their marching orders to go to Virginia. All of the laws, the organization of the society and the leaders of that society, were written down in put in a box. Kathleen Donnegan is a professor of English at UC Berkeley, and the author of seasons of misery catastrophe and colonial settlement in early America..
"jamestown" Discussed on Worldly
"She says the idea was Jamestown would be run by council, the names in the box, and the council would elect, a president who would govern the colony the box was sealed, and it was only to be open when the ships reached for Jinya because they didn't want them to argue while they were see. In. They didn't want any kind of arguments to erupt during the journey, although clearly, some kind of argument erupted at some point because in sixteen seven John Smith arrived in Virginia in chains. On the ship is for insubordination. This is Karen Cooperman. She's a historian, who wrote the book on Jamestown, the Jamestown project. She in cathlene Don again, will be our two experts here. So the ship arrives, and everyone surprised when the men get out and they opened the box. They find John Smith's name this rowdy guy. They had to lock up Smith was the only person named the council who wasn't of high rank social or military rank and the idea that he thought he knew what should be done. I'm sure was rankled these people. And here's the thing that we like to imagine as so deeply American about John Smith. He was this common guy. And it turned out in time that he was a pretty decent diplomat. He learned how conklin he got to know the different tribes. He eventually became president of the colony which on Smith. Understood is that in this new venture that. Authority was going to be made up of something different who's going to be made up of experience. It was going to be made up of what you knew what you could accomplish. How you could learn who you could manipulate that. Those we're going to be the basis of thority not anything that came through bloodlines not anything that came through land, not anything came through institutions, but things that came through experience, and he was right in the colony. There were some fancy men of upper classes who are like a told you. I don't work. And John Smith had none of that. John Smith was the one who said, if you don't work you don't eat, and that was a radical thing to say to the people who were in charge Jamestown, although eventually, even he who worked also did not eat the Jamestown, colonists were military men. They didn't have the skills to actually create a settlement. The council's first letter back to the Virginia company in late June sixteen seven reads like a kid. In writing to their parents from summer camp. Trying to sound happy, but actually having a terrible time in that first letter, the leaders praised the land, they chose and say, they have a good store of wheat, but sign off your poor friends. Eventually those stores ran out the work itself, slowly transitioned to begging for food, not growing it or hunting for it begging for it, because they never had plans to grow their own food. They really thought that native Americans would give them food. Oh my God. They, they thought that, that there's a very famous line from a historian, Edmund Morgan who writes about this who says that is not what you came to Virginia. For says, you still didn't get around to planting too much corn, the men of Jamestown had a mix of vulnerability starvation, and arrogance a truly toxic combination. And these colonizers getting hungrier and hungrier. Drought comes and winter comes, they're constantly sending boats. I up the James river and then a up to the Potomac constantly looking searching looking for food, and in one case captain John's fifth says that as they forced this native group to give them food. And as they pulled away, they saw the women and children, on the riverbank weeping because food was so short for them because of the disastrous. Drought men are dying a hundred and four men landed in may of sixteen seven by the end of the year, only thirty eight were still alive. This does not make the Virginia company. Look good. They've got to save face for their many bondholders England, there's serious investment in this endeavor from wealthy citizens and the government, and they cannot blow it on damage control the. Company sends over more men, along with new leadership and new plans. They put all the leaders in the new plans on one ship, and then all the men on other ships, and that one ship the one with the leadership and the rules it gets wrecked in Bermuda..
"jamestown" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"The president of the N, double ACP. His name is Derek Johnson? Of course, and recently, the end of Lacey pe- announced its historic Jamestown Jamestown event partnership. This is really amazing. What they're doing here. I believe, and it's going to have a massive impact in my opinion. It marks the four hundred year in slaved Africans. I touch the shores of what would become America. So Derek, thank you so much for joining us. Thank you. So let's talk about the event. I know it kicks off a fishery August. Eighteenth in Washington DC? Tell us more about the event Jamestown Jamestown. Sure of issue marks four hundred year recognition of the transatlantic, slave trick. And in W. H E P is joining a partnership with the country of Ghana to encourage after merica than others to recognize of this milestone, by traveling with us to from Jamestown, Virginia location with the first African was brought here in slave and journey back to the country of Ghana across and recognition as we look at all of the things that Africa's had to go through across the ask for over this last one hundred years. Yeah. Listening to you talk about this adventure and putting on an event like this it, it had to be. I would imagine in a way when you when the team was together in your thinking about doing it. What, what a great idea, did you just know? How this nails that this really shows what happened? Once you had that idea. It is a historic. Isn't that might be well hundred ten years old? One of the founders of organizations. Debbie beat the boys is laid to rest is a cry. There's a divorce center. We also recognized that in this cramped Luca climate globally, Africa's across vast for must begin opened up stronger dialogue so that we can really focus in on how we can be stronger as a community as we look to the future. Yeah. What is along? Those same lines, what is your what is your perspective Derek on black liberation today? What the question of lack of rations for me is about seventy combination have individuals with the finish to be accepted terminent how they project their quality of life. How they support the communities. They come from how the black community and to sure we're not being directed under any adverse of situation whether is an. Additional slavery that we have out of, of the condition of segregation that we bought a with or the position of institutional structure, racism that we're living today, determination allow all citizens black, or white to realize the full potential of, of, of, of the environment, and their ability to navigate an environment, free of the -scriminate embarrass, it should not exist. Wow. Wouldn't that be terrific, but love a world like that? We're speaking with the president of the N, AA CP. His name is Derek Johnson? Of course and explain a little bit more of the year of return campaign. What are you return is a campaign, designed by the country of Ghana, and they're basically doing a call out to the African diaspora of come home come onto the confident come onto Ghana in that country, it was one of the slave benches, there's a play where they call it. The door of no return. They it the door no return because many Africa's was picking through that door. Never to return home and, and return home now this is your retirement. This is the year to recognize Astro of the global community of African people in a way which weekend can look to the past, but plan for the future is a central for moment. Yeah. And you mentioned the fact that, you know, no matter what black, or white, etc, to end those barriers discrimination excetera. So how can people listening? How can we make improvements to the overall climate of intolerance in America today? We have to look at this issue, otherness, power oftentimes, I benefit by people as the other. So they can maintain power weather is based on race or ethnic background, or gender, central Oreo tation of the issue of otherness creates a dynamic where you have a smaller set of individuals, wedding massive power over the masses of people in an often time they become very injust, inhumane, reality for too, far too many people. So for the mass audience, you're listening audience, less, not participate in, in creating the other whether is when Turks community and turns to any community based on gender race or where someone live otherness is something that has created a deep divide in this country, legacy that is painful, it is a history that we shouldn't. Repeat? Wow. Well said, we're speaking with Jared Johnson, president of the end double ACP, a jerick for you. What does it mean to be in the kind of position you're in to, to have the kind of influence on getting rid of otherness? I grew up in Detroit. Michigan doing time where we see in investment senior period, because you first have to American mayor was elected over a million people, left the city and the job, follow in Wittig created in terms of economic depression, that city, a current reside in Jackson, Mississippi in the legacy of racial hatred and intolerance, state of still flies. Emlyn in the by the battle flag and are safe flag. It's so for me in this position, I know all too well first hand the impact of segregation in, in the legacy of racism, both institutional structure, and so, Mike go in this tent in my opinion is in to make sure people understand how we truly undermine democracy and limit of tinsel, but not being inclusive of all of the talent that this country has to offer by by eliminating excess and between these two one of a group of people or another group of people. Yeah. Perfect place to end this work of people..
"jamestown" Discussed on Nice Try!
"Confederacy cuts off food supply to Jamestown, the English after all are begging for food, and then killing in cold blood, and they seem to be only growing in number. These dangerous men must be contained and the politics, essentially say that any English leave their fort they'll be murdered. And they were the Paladin would kill colonists tie them to post and taunting -ly stuff their.
"jamestown" Discussed on KGO 810
"Let's go out to Jamestown Virginia James is with us in the wildcard line. James, you're on with Carl Gallup's, go ahead. George. How are you? Great. Thanks for listening. Enjoy your exuberance of the Lord in Jesus Christ is return is coming as you said. And and as the rabbi was told apparently God's grace told him before he passed away that he had given his life to God. And apparently thought it was a give them a chance to accept Jesus crisis son as his word and savior, and he gave him that chance. And apparently he did. So it's penalty he saved. And that's a wonderful thought. I I predicted that'd be on your show, George New Year's Eve, and I haven't heard for years guy. But anyway, so maybe I just tell you what I know. I believe the first forced the white horses. Running already the the white horse in revelation six which. Conqueror? And when I consider conquer, I'm considered divide and conquer. Well, look, we're all being divided in this world between races and rich and poor and everything else, and I believe that horses running in the next door. So she knows the red horse. That's the one that takes piece from the earth and look how everything's going sour on the North Korea thing right now Indian Pakistan or something to to countries with weapons having problems right now. Just around the world, not to mention Russia and China and Syria. Like, you said wars and rumors wars. Yeah. What the bible says, but all that stuff happening. And I believe that's the next one. And then you've got of course, you've got the other horses the other two after that bad economy, and then death horse, basically, I guess death writer, but but yeah, I believe that this this red horses. The scariest one coming right now, and the divide and conquer one is already taken place. And I I do appreciate your exuberance for jeez. I just wish did more conservative talk shows would bring in Jesus Christ into the instead of saying the America America, all the time consider that if you're religious that this could be revelation that certainly we need to get more people Christian than they need to need to talk to talk to the people and tell them this is what's in revelation in as a Christian. This is what seems to be happening. So so you gotta get saved with Jesus Christ. Or you're an. That's that's the only way you're gonna live forever. And and my gosh, they don't do that. They just say well America this man this man that but they don't get into the revelation book like you're getting into. Thank you. Christians. I hope George becomes Christian, Catholic Catholic. Oh, you are. I didn't know for sure George sorry. How do you mean to insult cheater? I'm not insulted. Don't worry. If I I appreciate it. And some of this stuff, you talk about what they what do, you know? You know, what these other people do they know that they're not supposed to be doing, you know, contacting spirits, my ghost ghost ended up. But I know you gotta show to do. So I don't know what they're. I'm I'm trying to get people to stop doing James lead, the ouija board alone and things like that. Yeah. Yeah. Well, James, listen, let me let me just say. I I appreciate everything you've said tonight. And and but but I do want to dress. What you said about conservative talk shows, and they need to do more bobble instead of of America this America that and listen, no, fundamentally, of course, I agree with you. Because I am a believer. I'm a Christian. I'm a pastor. I've tried to be a man of God. Yes. So of course, I agree with you. Here's the balance though, that I keep I try to keep in this James, and I'm not perfect at it. But I really try hard because I do a lot of TV and radio as well. And and and I'm constantly aware of this tension that you're speaking of here's the balance. I try to keep we don't know the day or the hour. We know the times we see the seasons. I don't set date. I don't make predictions of the Lord's coming back this month or next year or on the at a certain time. I don't do that. All I say is look here's what God's word says. Here's what's happening in the world with the first generation all of these things are converging. No one before our generation has seen these things happen. It is getting close. Now. That is my life's goal is to advance the kingdom of Jesus Christ without apology. And again, I don't shove it in people's faces. If they don't want to accept it. That's fine. But that's my life's goal. But watch this James. Here's the ballots in the middle of that. I live in America. We live in a nation. Like the planet has never seen. We live in a constitutional Republic. We have freedom and prosperity. Like, no other people before us. Seventy five percent of the world goes to bed either in starvation or in some degree of hunger. Every night most of us living in America have never experienced that. And I'm telling you, my friend. So what I do is. I my whole life's goal is to advance the kingdom. But on the other hand a part of my life's goal is to try to. Preserve this constitutional Republic to the best of my ability by being the salt in the light encouraging people to get involved to vote to take part in the process. God has blessed us with so that we can have freedom to talk about what we're talking about tonight. And so that our children, our, grandchildren. Don't grow up in a communist nation hiding under rocks from the thirties because they've said the name Jesus today. So there's a balance to it James, and I feel your pain, and I'm trying to kind of keep that balance, and I'm certainly not fishing for compliments or saying that I'm the perfect one doing it. But but but you're right. And and it grieves me too. When I hear people thinking that politics is the answer. It's not. But on the other hand, we know that we're living the most prophetic time since the first coming of the Lord. But in the meantime, we've got to preserve what we have. So we can keep sharing the word without getting our head cut off for doing it. All right, Carl we're gonna come back in a moment and take final phone calls with you very fast night. Carl Gallup's with us. And then later on we talk about the power of prayer. So stick with us here on coast to coast AM here is our next emerging artists..
"jamestown" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Hatred is pure hatred. And this is part of who we are in America where do you twenty nineteen and four hundred years ago, sixteen thousand nine hundred I brought to Jamestown Virginia you see four hundred years ago. The first slaves raw. Jamestown Virginia, and he's still got governor northern and his pals running around in black face. He it never ends. It never gets often. Did you hear him say it's pure hatred? This is part of who we are in America. This is what America is. So a long way toward proving my point now more bay hard. Back in two thousand sixteen on the view showed a picture of herself dressed up for Halloween. One year when she was twenty nine years old as a quote, beautiful African woman. And they flash the picture up there. And she made a point of saying that's not a wig that I'm wearing. It's my hair. I don't have the photo here to show you. I'm just telling you, it doesn't look like Maude Bihar. It doesn't it doesn't even come close. But but they were talking about this is three years ago. But listen to them talking about this picture. I know. What what year the circle? The Halloween party. I went as a beautiful African woman. Oh, yeah. Ain't black tanning lotion makeup. That was a little bit. What is it with these people? So. Behar obsessed with being a beautiful black woman and describes how she did it. And let's go back for tenth two thousand to comedy central the man show. None other than Jimmy Kimmel. Impersonating Karl Malone of the N B sometime and night,.
Are the Dare Stones Forgeries or the Key to the Roanoke Mystery?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle bond here. An unsolved mystery can drive people crazy and the fate of the first English settlers ever to establish a colony in the new world ruin oak is a puzzle that will probably never be entirely solved. But it doesn't keep people from trying in July. Fifteen eighty seven a ship carrying ninety men. Seventeen women and eleven children landed on Roanoke island on the Outer Banks of modern day North Carolina a year before when these site was discovered. Fifteen men had volunteered to stay and hold down the proverbial fort, but they were nowhere to be found. So the one hundred and eighteen colonists disembarked and said about carbon colony out of the wilderness. There's much excitement when Eleanor dare the daughter of leader John White gave birth to the first English baby. Born in the new world and named her Virginia after time John White left, the settlers to return to England telling them he'd be back within the year with fresh supplies. However, England's war with Spain slowed the process considerably, and nobody was able to check on the settlement again. Until fifteen ninety when white returned his daughter granddaughter and everyone else was gone. They had dismantled the buildings carved the word Kroto in into a tree. The name of the friendly native American tribe on a nearby island and vanished. There was no sign of the cross white had told them to carve on a tree if they had left under duress. A frankly white didn't look very hard for his daughter and granddaughter before heading back to England for centuries. The story of the lost colony of Roanoke seemed pretty cut and dried to most historians. The settlers went to live with a Kroto and tribe. Whether they stayed there not nobody could say the thing they could say is that no definitive sign of any of the one hundred eighteen colonists was ever found despite rumors in the later established Jamestown colony of massacres and men wearing European clothes deep in the wilderness. No definitive sign that is until more than three centuries later when in nineteen thirty seven a produce dealer from California named L E Helmand showed up at Emory University in Atlanta with a stone. He found while hunting hickory nuts and recently cleared, North Carolina swamp, some fifty miles or eighty kilometers inland of Roanoke island. It was inscribed with a message. He wanted the experts at Emory to decipher turns out, the carved stone told story allegedly written by whites daughter Eleanor. The colonists. Endured two years of only misery and war after her father left for England ending with half. The settlers killed in armed combat and many of the others, including eleanor's husband daughter, slaughtered when a spiritual leader of the tribe. They lived with warned that the presence of the English. Settlers was angering the spirits, according to the stone only six men and one woman escaped. The stone was found to be offended by the experts at the time. It seems legitimate and better still it satisfied. Everyone's thirst foreclosure around to this dusty old riddle the story captured the imagination of the entire country and Emory professor Haywood J Pearce junior published a paper describing the stone in the refutable journal of southern history in nineteen thirty eight. But soon the plausibility of the stone came into question, we spoke with John Bence archivist at the rose library at Emory University. He said Emory became suspicious of Hammond after some professors and administrators traveled with him to Eden to North Carolina where he found the stone. The search for the original location of the stone was fruitless this attitude. The growing list of details about Hammond's discovery that we're hard to corroborate Emory had someone in California look into Hammond, but couldn't find much more than an address after Pierce and his father another academic paid him. And for the first stone and offered a five hundred dollar reward for any additional stones people might find. You can imagine. How many dare stones came out of the woodwork the pierces paid a man named Bill Eberhardt a stonecutter from Fulton County Georgia two thousand dollars for forty two forgeries. He brought them these stones had Eleanor marrying a Cherokee chief giving birth to another daughter named Agnes and eventually dying in a cave in Georgia. In April of nineteen forty one these Saturday Evening Post ran an expose on. The dare stones dismissing them all as forgeries citing an acronym. Stick language, and consistency of spelling that was unheard of at the time the Pierce's career suffered and the dare stones were stuffed in a basement at the father's university an embarrassment to everyone involved, but every so often academic interest turns again to the show on Riverstone. The original dare stone found by him. And in that North Carolina swamp, it's made of different rock than the others. A bright white quartzite interior and dark exterior that would have made a good choice for Eleanor dares missive to her father and in the nineteen thirties. The patina on the stone would have been difficult to chemically replicate. In addition. It doesn't contain the anachronistic language of the other stones some experts have determined. The only problem might be an Eleanor dares. Sign off the initials e WD, which would not have been typical signature in these sixth century. Many experts still dismissed the town Riverstone as an obvious phony. But it's possible that new research into Lisbeth in a pig Raphy chemical analysis and other rocket scriptures of the time period. Will yet shed light on the still unsolved mystery? Today. Episodes written by Jesulin shields and produced by Tyler claim for more on this and lots of other mysterious topics. Visit our home planet. How step works dot com. Hey Breen stuff listeners instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about new podcast. I think you might dig for my friends, Robert lamb, and Joe McCormack, you might already know them from the weird science podcast stuff to blow your mind. 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Global growth worry hits stocks, but U.S. data lifts dollar
"Report on US retail sales. The Dow and SNP dipped more than one percent this week. The NASDAQ fell nearly that much analysts say it's old news and the company says it's one sided false and inflammatory. But a Reuters report the Johnson and Johnson new for years that some of its baby powder had his best to Senate is hitting Jay and Jamestown card shares tumbled. Ten percent analysts Wells Fargo and J P Morgan say the sell offs overdone. And when it Barkley says, the
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Wells Fargo to pay $2.09 billion fine over decade-old mortgage loans
"Know. You go into work. Oh you're maybe early weekend or something like that and unfortunately Carol d'auria ten ten wins in Brooklyn the NYPD is asking for the public's help tracking down the. Man wanted in an alleged bias assault in Brooklyn heights investigators say the suspect went up. To a man and, a be twenty-five bus on Fulton Street made an anti, white remark punched him in the face then got off the bus and hasn't, been. Seen since you can see video the suspect. That ten ten wins dot com take. A look if you recognize the guy cops would like to hear from you One of the, nation's biggest banks has been ordered to pay big bucks in government penalties Wells Fargo will pay over two billion dollars in fines for allegedly misrepresenting loans it made and sold a decade ago the. Department of Justice saying Wells Fargo new at that. Time that mortgages were. Given to people with, misstated income, information and who did, not, meet requirements to get the loans investors suffered. Billions of, dollars in losses, from investing in mortgage. Backed security correspondent Alex stone wins news time five fifty. Governor Cuomo cut the ribbon today on the brand new fifty million dollar cultural institute in western New York when we come together we can do anything and, this national comedy center says, that also and it says that in a way that is going to bring national attention to Jamestown and, it'll be good for the economy people will. Pay taxes will. Make the mayor happy people will have job Jamestown is the birthday Place of Lucille ball and the center inspired by ball will honor the history of comedy from its beginnings to the comedians today Amy Schumer. Lewis black and Dan ackroyd or among those, set. To appear during this week's grand opening festivities Wins news time five fifty one from the ram trucks traffic center with. Expanded traffic for your commute here's Greg rice circus about six hours Paul were. Starting to get back to normal, on the devil art because of the earlier Duran. That we still have some delays in somewhat limited service on the board Washington branch portrays are originating and terminating at. Penn station now like they should so that is better news still, though some scattered delays and still not everything. Running but worse close to Ronald is we're going to get for the rest of the day on the port Washington branch here's what you. Need to know about the bridges and tunnels inbound, George does well to the, upper and. Lower none of the approaches are, really, great Westside highway northbound sluggish from the seventies south and there there's a wreck. Before one hundred fifty street it's got the right lane. Knocked out of service the ride getting through queens very tough go on the eastbound Long Island expressway all the way out towards NASA Grand Central belt will be better for you we've, got a whole, host of issues in New Jersey we start on the. Turnpike this is the western spur Northbound after. Fifteen a you've got a wreck, at least one lane knocked out now the southbound. Eastern spur near fifteen x you've got a breakdown knocking out the left lane eighties across the warden and exit thirty. Five because of a wreck it's a crash on the northbound Parkway, exit.
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"Centers in Jamestown New York it was inspired by hometown hero Lucille ball who wanted to see a place where comedy would be. Celebrated as. An art form CBS is hiring an outside counsel to investigate sexual misconduct charges against its CEO AP correspondent Warren Levinson. Says he will stay on the job the CBS board says EDS, keeping CEO. Les Moonves in place while an outside investigator looks into sexual misconduct charges against him moon, versus the subject of a New Yorker article detailing episodes. Of six female writers and performers fending off unwanted advances from the. Eighties through the early two thousands the board says it has, also postponed a shareholders. Meeting his wife CBS personality Julie Chen says, she won't discuss them on the air that she stands. By a statement calling moon vis a kind decent and moral human being. The controversy comes at a delicate time for CBS. As invest fights an attempt to reunite the company with its former parent paramount Warren Levinson New York the highest ranking, American at the Vatican says he never suspected a. Washington cardinal reportedly sexually abused boys the AP's Donahue reports cardinal Kevin Farrell was McCarrick vicar general in Washington he did not say Suspect any, misconduct by his boss. Is no record there because I would know, about Farrell says he never heard any rumors about McCarrick. Penchant for young men people can say well you must be right fool. That you didn't notice I must be a rightful don't think And that's why I feel angry Farrell says he's angry because. He would have done something about it pope. Francis accepted mechanics. Resignation as a cardinal I'm. Ed Donahue I am Ralph Rousseau AP. College football writer and host of the AP top. Twenty.
"jamestown" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"You needed to put jamestown comes to buy because that was the deal everybody got everybody everybody got an equal share we're just gonna pile all the food up we're gonna put it in the company storehouse and when you need food you go get food and everybody was like oh that's great and i'm going to build i'm going to make a garden and i'm gonna make a garden and pretty soon somebody one person was like get the same amount of food whether i do it or not so i'm just gonna work so hard and their produce socked they didn't have very much they bring their you know tomato over to the and get everybody else's food eventually it was only those people who were like look is we're all gonna starve to death if we don't achieve he's not doing his thing so i'm going plow some more and very few people were actually doing it because everybody else had food tenure do whatever i want and i still get food this is the reason why everything that left wing professors believe doesn't work life right as if they had to actually compete they would know it i my one of my favorite lines against socialism is from ghostbusters we're going to have to go we're leaving university have you ever been in the private sector they expect results i love that is true but that whole movie ghostbusters is a is a great it's amazing when you look back at it is hard to believe that movie could be made today because you go back and you read it you watch it and it's like a legitimate continual praise of capitalism it is it's a university and then it also terrorist down the tears down the government you know snot heads for not knowing what they're doing however it also you know does tear them down just a little bit as well it does although i mean the enemy ghostbusters.
"jamestown" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Seven gordon advantage for the jamestown blue jays to 23 left to go on this one an lord had all four teams from the weather bans on the girl silopi where you're from the foreign go don't mandingue gets the win over devil's lake sixty to forty four completing a sweep for the west son of the state all four teams advance their bismarck century bismarck st mary's yet the wind four bismarck legacy so three bismarck schools in the semifinals now so mandela westerly dominated the girl side of the bracket yeah i mean they're looking if jamestown can pull off a win here that's three out of four on the voice i do i tell you what the wta basketballwise as what can really strong right now it's been that way for the last couple of years as well three boys teams advance that last year the boys set a tournament as well on the west so good showing for the west you again descend on each side of the state luke london mrs low tip in on the inbounds pass four westfarmer jamestown with the ball norcross escort dossen doughty with a doughty into the corner in the hands of bryant mas often just checked in for the first time his past knocked were able to get the right back is that right sidling up with the right hand off the son of the backward but they can now by matt miller miller looking to run binds the story as the story of driving right to the rim for do more for stories at that look on his face that time he was get right to the ragged nobody will stop it'll absolutely jope was story is is just it's deceptive how good he is i mean he's just out there is a quiet guy very flashy but he just scores in piles skunk berg on the elbow travels with it this story to the defense that time forces the travel with turnover on jamestown west volvo gets it right back chancellor cut it to a one possession game with a bucket here two or three brett leaver worth it across the line hands off the mertz just emerged back zone guarded there by mazal near side finds pistorius the serious backs up we're going to get a whistle away from the basketball i think make one walters rubbi walters picks up.
"jamestown" Discussed on WRVA
"Makinen jamestown in the original a public guard so this is our our forehand found verse three and mayor uh uh there is some question as to whether we are the oldest law enforcement agency in the nation we are certainly one of the oldest so um it's it's a special year for us and like i said it's uh it's always a nice time to be able to welcome new dogs they're just they're they're very popular and there in addition to being good working dogs there they're fantastic ambassadors people love to see them around people feel a lot better when you see them out working in the campus you you know we've got a campus environment you know such as young you know the state capital is uh they're out there are very welcome addition to the force here absolutely will listen i am uh i i i'm thrilled that day you're getting a little uh a little backup there and uh also uh like i said thrilled when the at the capitol police which i had declared by the way you are the agency we'll go with it don't let anybody else thank you brain on your parade i decided here joe i heard on the radio it's got to be true right so so one more time for folks who do want to beat the newest member when and where tomorrow otto who successor will be at the uh pedestrian plaza which is a ten and banks to on the southern perimeter of the capitol complex movie 10 from bank streets from nine a m until noon on thursday and you wonder from the public anyone at all come on down she the pops i love it i love joe be b well give our best to the guys down there and we hope to see soon all right thanks for evidence jeffey appreciate the you betcha that is jobs sankoh he is the public information officer for the virginia capitol police everybody loves dogs i don't know anybody who hates dogs i really don't then everybody loved those lethem people who are tat people i think really secretly loved dogs rank people now i prefer cascos their independent now you really taught you prefer kaskar julie's catcher like if you wanted a pet were you fundamentally don't have to do anything you.
"jamestown" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"I think a concealed permanent were having teachers and letting people know that there are people in manila with gun you won't have in my opinion you ought to have these should because these people are cowards they're not going to walk into a school if twenty percent of the teachers have guns to maybe ten percent or maybe forty percent this would allow us to petition a an appropriate judge to at least put a temporary restraining order on on individual to allow us to get a ceasefire armed or prohibit that individual from obtaining firearms all right so think about this the latter voices that of the chief of police in jamestown edward melo representing the rhode island police chief association the four the prior voices that of the president of the united states of america who's the more rational here clearly it is the police chief and jamestown who is speaking for the association explain to us earlier today in the three o'clock hour that they would like red flag legislation which for the most part does what i was asking about last week which is why don't we have restraining orders for people who were acting out so they're gums get taken away though act against got to be defined but you know social media pronouncements that you wanna take school out qualifies don't you think which is what this guy in florida reportedly after he allegedly took the lives of seventeen uh in the meantime the president um behaving as if he's no more evolved than the average joe all respect joe's the average dan's the dial into a talk show just slaying in it decides embryo even bonus teachers for carrying weapons this is this is the kind of high level thinking we don't have in the white house anymore and we have to work around this theme i can't sit here and and whip up on the president all day i'm done with that i i decided months ago i was done with that done with that you were done with that i was done without andan would that be doing that i'm done with an armed on the udoma that i'm done with it done with that these hard to ignore though israeli 438 wpro toll free.