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Fresh update on "jefferson" discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

00:52 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jefferson" discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"Nevertheless, both the orders and council and the French retaliatory policies resulted in the seizure of about 900 American ships between 1807 and 1812. They also further damaged American relations with both Britain and France. We have to remember that the Napoleonic Wars are going on at this time. And the British didn't want anybody to trade with the French and the French didn't want anybody to trade with the British. And they were willing to enforce that on the high seas. Now let's talk about impressment. American trade grew so quickly in the early national period that there was actually a shortage of sailors on merchant vessels. In American captains and ship owners began recruiting British sailors to join their crews in many did because the pay and working conditions on American ships were so much better than they were on a British ship. By Jefferson's presidency, about 30% of the 70,000 crew members on American ships were British. And at the same time, Britain was at war with France, as I said, and they had a shortage of sailors. And to help solve this problem, Royal Navy press gangs would board American ships to take British seamen who had joined American crews. But sometimes they took Americans instead. They weren't particularly picky about who they got. Between 1803 and 1812, probably over 6000 American sailors were taken in this manner and about a third were eventually released, but two thirds remained prisoners of the Royal Navy. And that was not a good situation to be in as I alluded to earlier service of the Royal Navy could be brutal. A scholar named George dawn in his book 1812 the navy's war writes this. Service was indeterminate. British ships became prisons. Surely it was never granted to men whom officers suspected my dessert. Even in the most remote locations. It was not uncommon for pressed men to spend years aboard ship without ever once being allowed on dry land. Given the innumerable hazards on men of war with the bestial punishment code and impressed they would be lucky if he made it out alive. Impressment was thus akin to a death sentence. And the U.S. government and starting in 1796 tried to protect sailors from press gangs by issuing certificates of citizenships, but British press gangs gave little credence to these because they were easily faked in many British seamen had obtained one. So that was a big problem. The American government saw this as a major infringement on their sovereignty. It's like you are driving a car and you keep getting pulled over by a cop. And not only do you get pulled over, but they take members of your family away and we're going to recruit them into the cops. So that those especially the orders and counsel and the impressment were major reasons why America went to war. I could see that being a major blow to American honor that somebody else's dictating your trade policy and saying that if you want to trade with our neighbors or our enemies, which is what Britain is saying with the orders and council, then you have to get our permission first. And somebody who wants to see at the table among equals, like the United States does at this time, I could think wouldn't like that. So they're being treated like a colony. Right. The British didn't really, I mean, they formally recognized American independence, but they didn't respect America as an equal partner in the family of nations. They kind of saw them as this absurd kid, you know, who needed to be put in their place. And their policies reflected that. And dictating somebody's economic trading policies is really how a colonizer treats a colony.

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Get to Know Hung Cao, U.S. House Candidate for VA-10

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 12 hrs ago

Get to Know Hung Cao, U.S. House Candidate for VA-10

"You're running as the Republican in the tenth congressional district in Virginia which is right outside of Washington but it also stretches a bit Tell everybody a little bit about your background From Vietnam in 1975 and then we escaped there within days of the fall Saigon Came over here and my father couldn't find work over here So we had to move to Africa So I grew up I spent 7 years in Africa And while we're over there my parents we spent 7 years over there I was going to French schools and my parents realized at the age of 12 that this kid probably needs to learn English also So we moved back here My mom brought myself in my sport sisters back here while my dad remained over there for 15 years by himself working and seeing him every 6 months but I want to I grabbed on to that American Dream and I want to Thomas Jefferson high school for science and technology I was the first class to graduate from there I went to the United States naval academy I got my master's in physics from naval postgraduate school and I was a fellow at MIT and at Harvard But I paid everything back with services country I served 25 years in special operations I thought in Iraq Afghanistan Somalia I was in Pakistan during the earthquake relief I was in the Balkans I dove the ocean depth I recovered John F. Kennedy Jr. but then that's been required last October because just watching Kabul fall and seeing mothers hand babies to marines Just broke my heart I mean that's exactly what happened in Vietnam And so I decided to run for Congress Wow And how old are you I'm 51 sir 51 well you've led a full life at the age of 51 And a very patriotic

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Achane leads No. 23 Texas A&M past No. 10 Arkansas, 23-21

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Achane leads No. 23 Texas A&M past No. 10 Arkansas, 23-21

"Devon a chain in damani Richardson each had big touchdowns while number 23 Texas a and M was scoring 23 straight points in a 23 21 triumph over tenth ranked Arkansas A chain rushed for 155 yards in a touchdown And Richardson sprinted the final 82 yards on the wild fumble return The TDs came after the razorbacks took a 14 zero lead Arkansas had a chance to take the lead with one 30 remaining but cam little's 42 yard field goal attempt hit near the top of the right upright and fluttered to the ground KJ Jefferson threw scoring strikes on consecutive drives to give Arkansas a two touchdown lead I'm Dave ferry

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The Real History of The Democrat Party

Mark Levin

01:50 min | Last week

The Real History of The Democrat Party

"I want to tell you a little bit about Woodrow Wilson Their bridges with his name on it their buildings with his name on it Princeton he was governor of New Jersey who was president of Princeton at one point But I'm mentioning this because of all the things that had been eliminated torn down scratched off as a result of ties to slavery And the Civil War and racism the Democrat party has not The Democrat party was the party of the confederacy Jefferson Davis and his generals were Democrats They were Democrats Democrat party fought For slavery the Democrat party fought to divide the union Democrat party even after the Civil War Fought in the courts with Democrat judges To maintain segregation The Democrat party refused to ban Lynching with a federal law For the longest period of time Fact Franklin Roosevelt despite the pressure from his wife Eleanor Refused to support one of the bills He said it might hurt his support in the south for his reelection In 1936

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Where Was Separation of Church and State During COVID?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:50 sec | Last week

Where Was Separation of Church and State During COVID?

"Person worship is just finally coming back on some major cities. And we're supposed to all of a sudden kind of say, ah, you know, politics doesn't really matter. Politics came into the church. This is what I always laugh. People say separation of church and state, not in the constitution, not in the federalist papers, not in the Declaration of Independence. It's nowhere. It's a single letter that Thomas Jefferson wrote to the Danbury baptist convention. Actually, assuring them that the government wouldn't come after them. But then I always laugh at people, they say separation of church and state, I said, okay, hold on a second. Then why didn't you keep the government out of the church during the pandemic? Why didn't it's true separation than the church never should have been forced to close? Finds lockdowns, castors being arrested if it was true, it was never separated for church and state. You know what they're really saying? They're saying Christians don't get involved in government. That's all that they're saying.

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For Conservatives, the Democrats Aren't the Only Problematic Party

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:29 min | Last week

For Conservatives, the Democrats Aren't the Only Problematic Party

"I focus normally on the left on the Democrats, they are certainly the mechanism, the instrument of causing the weakening the downfall, perhaps in the end the destruction of the United States, but part of the problem that we're dealing with is that we don't have an alternative party, a Republican Party, and we should be really clear because sometimes out of frustration or just discussed and perhaps despair, people imagine, well, maybe we should create a new party, a third party, and but I don't think that those alternatives are viable. America, by and large as function, really from almost the very beginning as a two party system. Originally, of course, that was just one party that Washington's party. The federalists. But ever since you had the federalists and then Jefferson's party, we've kind of had a two party system. Sometimes a new party shows up, but then one of the older parties falls by the wayside. And so the Republican Party is kind of all we've got is what I'm saying. But the Republican Party just seems to be feeble unimaginative on energetic, not equal to the creativity and ruthlessness of the other side. And so a lot of our job, in my view, is to focus on our own party. And build it up,

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No Christmas Without Christianity

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:48 sec | Last week

No Christmas Without Christianity

"Well, this country has been special, the Christianity of this country has been special. The Christians of this country who found that it, even though Jefferson was not a Christian. But he was rooted in that culture. It was the culture it was a Christian culture, if not religious specifically, it was sort of like Christmas. For some it is religious and for others it is not a religious holiday, but it is nevertheless Christmas, Christmas. For one for Christianity, there would be no Christmas.

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Dennis Examines the Founding Fathers' Attitudes Toward Christianity

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:05 min | Last week

Dennis Examines the Founding Fathers' Attitudes Toward Christianity

"Was reading last night a book I'll get you the title. I don't remember it. A book about the founding fathers and their attitudes towards God, the Bible and Christianity. And I was reading an excerpt from things that Thomas Jefferson wrote and said. Which were truly critical of Christianity. And I was thinking all these leftists, all these Democrats, which is now become unfortunately almost indistinguishable. Who say that the Christians in America want a Christian theocracy and that should they come to power, they will suppress the dissenters, people who think differently, et cetera. On what is their basis?

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Jefferson, Vikings beat Packers 23-7 for O'Connell's 1st win

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jefferson, Vikings beat Packers 23-7 for O'Connell's 1st win

"The combination of Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson led the Vikings to a 23 to 7 decision over division rival Green Bay Jefferson finished up with 184 receiving yards while catching two touchdown passes How exciting was all this Very excited I mean you feel like football again I feel like a little kid today waking up this morning just excited for the game I mean especially for this type of rivalry I live for these type of big games Those passes came from cousins who was 23 of 32 for 277 yards I'm Bruce Morton

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University of Virginia School Paper's Woke Editorial

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:54 sec | Last month

University of Virginia School Paper's Woke Editorial

"University of Virginia school paper. The cavalier. Serving the university community since 1890. So of course it's awoke left wing rake sheet. And they are now calling for, listen to this. We reject how the university's physical environment. One that glorifies racists slaveholders and eugenicists, with statues and buildings named in their honor, upholds an enduring culture of white supremacy. There is a reason why Charlottesville's local Ku Klux Klan chapter hosted its inauguration ceremony at Jefferson's monthly cello tomb.

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Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last month

Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

"I'm sure many of you have noticed in the last couple years how drudge report has just become a left wing rag. It's unreadable. I used to go to drudge all the time. I don't go anymore. There's a new website, though, that is surging in traffic. They do a wonderful job of aggregation and staying on top of the news. It is citizen free press dot com. They're I have to tell you traffic is unbelievable lately. And the man behind citizen free press is someone just called Kane. You could call him Citizen Kane. He stays anonymous so that the left doesn't screw with him and that he's able to continue to operate the website freely to give an idea. Susan free press had a 169 million page views in the month of July. That is more than Politico, The Wall Street Journal Huffington Post, NBC News, TMZ, CBS News Daily Beast, ABC News, and more. And the man behind citizen free press, who is just called Kane. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana, and moraine anonymous for many reasons, of which I fully support, joins us right now. Citizen Kane, who runs citizen free press, how are you? Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Glad to be here. And yeah, I'll touch on that a little bit. Look, from day one, I wanted to avoid any interaction with David Brock and media manner. And it's only grown in the last 5 years since I've been running the site, so it helps to stay anonymous. And somehow I've been able to do it for 5 and a half years. No one has no one listening has ever recognized that photo. Those are the colonnade of Thomas Jefferson's lawn in Charlottesville at the University of Virginia. So that's actually a reunion photo. So I'm a graduate of the University of Virginia. And used to be a progress grad, but in the new woke UVA, not so proud.

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Pelosi to March Democrats Off Cliff With Inflation Bill Vote

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:05 min | Last month

Pelosi to March Democrats Off Cliff With Inflation Bill Vote

"If we go back and again, you're a PhD. So you may not know much about the Declaration of Independence. But in the Declaration of Independence, there's the glorious language we know, but then Jefferson laid out what is an actual indictment of George the third. One of the particulars is they have sent out armies of officials to eat up our wealth. And that I just think 87,000 IRS agent. So your friends who are Democrats. And I know you've got some friends who are Democrat. I was talking to one last night. My college roommate, a longtime democratic friend saying, you know, Democrats are bent on self destruct, Elaine luria can not win reelection. Having cut the defense budget by inflation alone and having 87,000 IRS agents, she got a vote for that this week. Every Democrat in a tough district is being forced to vote on the IRS expansion act. Will any of them defect well because they did this for Henry waxman ten years ago. They voted for his idiotic climate bill then and now they're going to vote for climate bill that helps people in our income bracket by EVs. Do you think they're actually going to do that 9 weeks before an election? Pelosi seems to be marching them off the cliff right now. And even the New York Democrats and the other salt state Democrats who drew a line in the sand and said, we're not going to vote. Would you explain that? Again, we got steelers fans listening and they're not on peyote. So you could explain salt. Salt states. The state and local income tax state and local tax deduction, something we capped or effectively got rid of depending on what state you live in in the tax cuts and job with the intent of stopping the subsidization of high tax progressive states. Obviously all the members from high tax progressive states objected to that. And so they said, well, we want to eliminate that provision, go back to the status quo pre-tax cuts and jobs act. But even the moderate members who drew that line in the sand have now caved a speaker Pelosi. So with the possible exception of maybe Jared golden, I think she's going to have all her members vote for this. Come Friday,

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Eric at the YAF Convention: Freedom Requires Virtue

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Eric at the YAF Convention: Freedom Requires Virtue

"The golden triangle of freedom says that liberty or freedom or self government requires virtue. Now you think this is a seminal idea if you've got a classical Christian school or just any really good school with a faith foundation, probably you know this, right? That freedom requires virtue. But that's certainly not being taught in the public schools. That has been true since all of the founders understood this 250 years ago. This is not like optional. This is basic. You don't need to be an evangelical Christian to understand this. You could be an enlightenment rationalist like Franklin or Jefferson, anybody. They all understood that what they were talking about, what they were proposing, liberty, freedom, self government, requires virtue. They further understood freedom requires virtue, virtue requires faith and then faith in turn requires freedom. So let me explain this. You sort of understand this intuitively, but we need to really understand what we mean by this. So freedom requires virtue. Every one of the founders without any exception, you need to understand, this is just history. This is not like Christian history. This is history. Every one of the founders knew that this crazy idea that people are going to govern themselves for the first time ever, it requires people of virtue. Now, it doesn't mean every single person is going to be a person of virtue, but it means a culture of virtue, a citizenry that's fundamentally virtuous. They understood this that this is not optional. This is not extra credit. If you do not have a virtuous citizenry, you do not get self government. You can not have liberty. You can't.

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WaPo: Trump Conduct, Conversations Part of DOJ Investigation

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 2 months ago

WaPo: Trump Conduct, Conversations Part of DOJ Investigation

"The Washington compost a story breaking right now by Carol leonnig Devlin Barrett Josh dawsey and Spencer shoe That's four reporters Justice Department investigating Trump's actions in January 6th criminal probe People familiar with the probes that investigators are examining the former president's conversations and of seized phone records of top aides The Justice Department is investigating president Donald Trump's actions as part of its criminal probe of efforts to overturn the 2020 election results according to four people familiar with the matter To overturn the results you see Prosecutors who are questioning witnesses before a grand jury so this thing is now moved from Congress and politics and the constitution into criminalization exactly what I told you They were doing And I could give you other examples in the history not just Jefferson but others but you see how disastrous this is

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The Final Mystery of the 1800 Presidential Election

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 2 months ago

The Final Mystery of the 1800 Presidential Election

"By the way credit to John furling author November 1 2004 of this outstanding piece The final mystery of the election of 1800 is whether Thomas Jefferson and his backers would have sanctioned violence Had he been denied the presidency Soon after taking office Jefferson claimed that quote there was no idea of using force but his remark proves little He joined the ongoing battle in the house he alternately spoke of a seeding to the federalist misconduct in the hope that their behavior would ruin them of calling a second constitutional convention He probably would have chosen one or both of those courses before risking bloodshed in the end of the union You understand Jefferson mentioned the use of force by the Republicans against the federalists and against the existing government Several times Donald Trump has mentioned it not once

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The First Real U.S. Election in 1800

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 2 months ago

The First Real U.S. Election in 1800

"And so what is this challenging elections Electors and The first real election in this country was 1800 That was really the first real election And as Smithsonian magazine put it so long ago but made it such a protracted affair was that state legislatures were elected throughout the year As these assemblies more often than not chose presidential electors you see what I'm saying The assemblies chose presidential electors The state contest to determine them became part of the national campaign In 1800 the greatest surprise among these contests occurred in New York A large crucial state that had given all 12 of its electoral votes to Adams in 1796 Allowing him to eke out a three vote victory over Jefferson The battle for supremacy in the New York legislature to hinged on the outcome in New York City Thanks largely to lopsided winds and working class wards where many voters own no property the Republicans secured all 24 of New York's electoral votes for Jefferson and Aaron Burr For Abigail Adams John's wife that was enough to seal Adam's fate John Dawson a Republican congressman from Virginia declared the republic is safe the Federalist Party are enraged and despair But Adams himself refused to give up hope

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The Marxist Democrats Attack Every Person, Act of Freedom

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 2 months ago

The Marxist Democrats Attack Every Person, Act of Freedom

"If their enemies not Donald Trump their enemies Ronald Reagan Their enemies thought Ronald Reagan their enemies Richard Nixon but their enemies not Richard Nixon Their enemies Thomas Jefferson It's not Thomas Jefferson it's George Washington but it's not George Washington Down the list Every imperfection of a great large society with such a diverse population is exploited As exploited Every act of freedom is attacked They tell us equity not even equality equity Is why man exists No equity is not why man exists Some people are smarter than others Some are stronger than others Some are luckier than others some work harder than others Liberty Is why man exists in a civil and just society The marxists have tried equity And despite murdering a 100 million people they still haven't gotten there And they never will The Declaration of Independence Unalienable rights Read the declaration again What is it all about The declaration is a very short document It is the formal consensus position of those who found it America

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Mask wearing required in Kentucky's largest school district

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Mask wearing required in Kentucky's largest school district

"Kentucky's largest school district is now requiring masks as Jefferson county moves to its highest level of COVID community spread It comes a little more than two weeks before classes resume on August 10th The mandate also covers school buses district policy automatically requires universal masking whenever the county has a high level of COVID when community spread drops masks become optional The most recent figures from the health department which came out last Monday show more than 12,000 new cases in the county 2000 of them were for those under 18 years old I'm Julie Walker

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We Live In the Greatest Nation Ever to Exist

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

We Live In the Greatest Nation Ever to Exist

"In the greatest nation ever to exist in the history of the world, everybody. And they are the ones that are coming in to our classrooms. They're the ones that are teaching us differently. You see, somebody asked me the other day. They said, Charlie, what does all of this have to do with you? Why do you care about America so much? How does it impact you? And that's exactly what's wrong with how we talk about politics. The politics shouldn't all be about you. It's about your children. It's about maybe your grandfather that fought in World War II. Maybe it's about children yet to be born. Maybe it's about a nation that you grew up loving and admiring. Maybe it's about honoring the sacrifice of Iwo Jima and D-Day. Maybe it's about honoring the brilliance of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. Maybe it isn't about me. Maybe it's about something bigger than myself.

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"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

Southern Ghost Experience

02:50 min | 8 months ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

"So <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> after <Speech_Female> that, I was <Speech_Female> able to go back <Speech_Female> to sleep, like <Speech_Female> nothing really <Speech_Female> happened, <SpeakerChange> but that <Speech_Female> was really <Speech_Female> interesting. <Speech_Female> Yeah, and <Speech_Female> I would say we <Speech_Female> overall, we <Speech_Female> had <Speech_Female> some really good <Speech_Female> experiences <Speech_Female> that we can <Speech_Female> only share verbally. <Speech_Female> We can't necessarily <Speech_Female> present any <Speech_Female> evidence, just yet. <Speech_Female> Which is <Speech_Female> going to be definitely be changing <Speech_Female> as we <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> grow as <Speech_Female> ghost hunters, <Speech_Female> but <Speech_Female> right now, <Speech_Female> it just <Speech_Female> is a great memory <Speech_Female> of what got <Speech_Female> us started into <Speech_Female> ghost hunting, as <Speech_Female> well as our <SpeakerChange> experiences <Speech_Female> growing up. <Speech_Female> I'm <Speech_Female> so excited <Speech_Female> that we <SpeakerChange> got to <Speech_Female> share that. <Speech_Female> Especially there <Speech_Female> for <Speech_Female> nostalgic reasons <Speech_Female> now that's going <Speech_Female> to be in such a really <Speech_Female> special <SpeakerChange> place <Speech_Female> to me. <Speech_Female> I had <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> a lot of fun. <Speech_Female> It was <Speech_Female> so much fun <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> to explore <Speech_Female> the town <Speech_Female> and we'll <Speech_Female> always have <SpeakerChange> this <Speech_Female> experience together. <Speech_Female> Yeah, <Speech_Female> I'd <SpeakerChange> agree with you. <Speech_Female> The Jefferson <Speech_Female> hotel <Speech_Female> was <Speech_Female> a great first <Speech_Female> experience. <Speech_Female> If you're a ghost hunter, <Speech_Female> you want to go <Speech_Female> somewhere really <Speech_Female> fun, a small town, <Speech_Female> something where <Speech_Female> you could kind of get <Speech_Female> away and not <Speech_Female> be around too many people, <Speech_Female> but <Speech_Female> maybe around a lot of <Speech_Female> spirits. 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"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

Southern Ghost Experience

05:34 min | 8 months ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

"So there's also the mill children, which I know that ghosty kids are also in your big note list, but these are the spirits of two young boys who used to work at the Jefferson hotel when it was a mill, witnesses actually report hearing them laugh and play in the hallways, and I really think they like to play tricks on the guests as well. Then there's also room 19. It's a little on the darker side. This room is said to have two hauntings. Of course, the information that we found online and that we read about differs here and there, so we're gonna pull together what information that we found to be the most consistent, which is about Judy and she was apparently a prostitute at the Jefferson. And the story goes that she was stabbed to death and left in a bathtub. And witnesses actually report seeing her in the mirror in the bathroom, where she writes her name or asks for help. And then there's also Elizabeth. Elizabeth wasn't engaged woman and she hung herself on the headboard when her husband to be didn't show up for the wedding. And of course, local historians that think she was probably pregnant as that would probably explain why she may have hung herself. As women at the time were shunned, they were humiliated. If they had a child outside of wedlock, it was just this big emotional ordeal and I don't think that she saw much light at the end of the tunnel, so to speak. But her haunting is tied to the bed that is currently in room 19. And she's not necessarily tied to the room itself. Those are well-known hauntings that said to haunt the Jefferson, but you and I shared a lot of experiences together. So let's walk everyone through our first day and our first night at the Jefferson. Whenever we were deciding to book this trip, we weren't sure how many nights that we wanted to stay. Since this was our first ghost trip. I don't know if we really wanted to stay longer than two nights. So we opted for two. We thought that's long enough that's not too spooky. That's just the right amount of spooky. And then we can go home. Yep, there was definitely a spook meter that we were going to be reaching with our first two nights there. So whenever you and I actually entered in the hotel for the first time, we got to meet one of the owners and she checked us in to the hotel. She and her husband actually recently bought the hotel and they've been doing a lot of reconstructions. In the lobby, there was a lot of fun and interesting antique. They had actually just opened a hotel back up when we decided to book. So we were the first few guests that got to stay at their Jefferson after it had reopened. And wouldn't you know it?.

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"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

Southern Ghost Experience

03:58 min | 8 months ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

"My must do items one a week ago back to Jefferson is go to this house called the grove. Now it's one of those houses that is owned by one owner, they actually live in the house. But apparently it's known as one of the most haunted locations in Texas. I remember watching a lot of videos about this as well as reading a lot about this house and the spirit of a lady and a white dress tends to take the same path through the house and I believe the owner of the home believes it's the original owner of the home. So he believes that a lot of these spirits that hang around this house love this home. And I also remember him talking about a gentleman with a beard who tends to protect the property as well, which the grove, like I said, is on my to do list and hopefully in non COVID times or hopefully we can be let into the home and do an investigation. I would love that. That's definitely on my to do. I know we drove by it quite a bit. We were hoping we would just see something, I think that this man with a beard, he also can be seen starting through the flowers. As if he's late for an appointment, I don't know if this is the same guy or if this is another, but then there's also a mischievous spirit in the den who was fond of the ladies. Gotta be a little careful with those naughty ghosts out there. But there's all these other places that we can definitely explore other than the Jefferson hotel, which I really hope we take that opportunity. So Sarah, we've talked about the history of Jefferson. We even talked about some of the really cool hotels there. We actually stayed at the Jefferson hotel. After the town's population dropped, the building actually reopened as a hotel in brothel. And fun fact. During the prohibition, the hotel hosted a secret speakeasy called a Crystal Palace, and they also have a book at the hotel that's called the book of the dead. The book of the dead. Yes that was incredible to look through. However, there was an original book of the dead that the original owners took with them once they ended up selling it to this new couple that came through that we actually stayed at underneath their care when we went to the Jefferson hotel, but it still had a few experiences in there, but apparently this other book had stories upon stories of experiences from guests and should you have an experience you have the chance to share yours in the book. We didn't place anything in the book ourselves, but we definitely had our experiences. Wouldn't you say? I absolutely so we've talked about all the really cool history elements of Jefferson, but I think it's important for us to get to the meat of the story, which is actually the Jefferson hotel itself, as well as the ghosts that allegedly reside there. To our knowledge, there are a few ghosts that stay at the Jefferson hotel. There is the vanishing man. He's a male figure who wears a long trench coat. He said to randomly appear in the hotel rooms and stare at guests before disappearing. Yeah. Big old note for you, isn't that right, Michelle? Oh, that's a huge note for me, dog. Yeah..

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"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

Southern Ghost Experience

05:13 min | 8 months ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

"Dark outside, so it was just right. And we went into this graveyard and you're just taken away by the beauty. I know some people may be like, can I grab your baby beautiful? Well, I think so. I think there's a lot of really cool monuments to the people that we love. Sarah, you and I, we actually took a lot of time looking at a lot of these gravestones. And we noticed that some of these gravestones are so old. They don't even have dates on them. Yeah, if I remember correctly, some people's birth dates were spring of 18 74. It was just this wild experience because I had never seen such an old graveyard before. And of course, we're from the south, so this is like really old land, but to come to a place like this and explore the graveyards, you have these beautiful entrance with these trees that are massive, but they're billowing over the road as you drive in and all these different monuments and I think that was actually when we started to learn about time investing in a lot of the history is once we started walking around and I can't remember the history on this, maybe this is something we'll have to share at a later date. Do you remember that really small graveyard that we are great that we found and it was like a baby's grave and they had pennies and whatnot like little gifts and trinkets and I have seen them before in other graveyards like in New Orleans, but nothing that I knew of from local history. I just don't remember all that information. Do you? I couldn't find anything on the Internet and I thought we were looking and trying to find something like there's a website called find a grave. We thought maybe we would look there..

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"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

Southern Ghost Experience

04:24 min | 8 months ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

"There's apparently a legend that Jay, who was an American railroad developer, was wanting to bring his railroad through Jefferson, but apparently the whole town refused because they had so much success that was steamboats. And Jay, of course, was upset and declared that grass would grow in the street and bat would roost in the beverage. I'm just like, I guess that was a really, really, really big mean thing to say back in the day. But I do remember we were reading up about him and the hotel, which is actually across the street from the Jefferson hotel, which is a whole cool experience all its own. He actually wrote in the registry the end of Jefferson. He packed up and left Jefferson and took his railroad all the way to Dallas, Texas. And I do remember one of the cool things that we got to tour when we were there was actually the railcar called the Atalanta, somehow they were able to bring it back to Jefferson. This is where visitors could come up into where this every day, which I thought was really fascinating. Oh, absolutely. I think we were able to look inside of the cart, but we weren't able to go in there and kind of see it like in person. It was so unfortunate too, 'cause I just remember a walking by it and reading a historical marker and that of course they had tours that you could actually book through the excelsior hotel if I remember correctly, but unfortunately at the time they were doing node force. But I think the one that we loved to learn about the most other than Jay gold was diamond bessie. There was a young lady her name was actually Annie stone, but she was known as diamond bessie, but she was mysteriously murdered in 1877. This is just to show how wildly old this town is. And here we are in 2022, and this is these are legends from 1877. I would hate to be mysteriously murdered and only known for my mysterious death, but it's pretty cool, right? Is it cool to be remembered that your murder? I mean, it's a really cool story. Because any apparently was thought to be this very beautiful woman in men wanted her attention and I wish I was this beautiful, maybe one day, you know what, I am, I am that beautiful. I'll just have you. You are beautiful. Yes. Well, apparently these men would give her diamonds. So the only way I would know that I mean we could call me diamond Sarah is by getting diamonds. But eventually she meant this gentleman name Abraham a real child and became his mistress and apparently she became pregnant and told Abraham and he did agree to marry her and the only reason he wanted to marry Annie was just wanting her moolah the assets and of course he didn't tell her that this is definitely the legend the story behind it. But apparently she had a picnic with Abraham and he shot her. And Abraham was brought to trial. He was convicted and the ruling was over turned. So this poor woman never got her justice and she just is a young lady in a gorgeous grave and their local cemetery now. Speaking of the graveyard, we actually got to say bessie's grave. Whenever we went to the graveyard, it was probably the coolest time to do this. It was overcast. It was misting. I think it was stirring to get a.

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"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

Southern Ghost Experience

05:18 min | 8 months ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

"Also, it's October. And all the leaves are changing. And there's a little crispness outside. And it was just, it was the perfect time to take a trip. Yeah, I remember getting my outfits together, wearing the absolute wrong shoes ever to do this trip, but we were just so excited to do this experience together. So of course it was cost effective as well. So anybody who is looking in to go to the Jefferson hotel, you could definitely do a really cool weekend, you know, underneath $300. And some change for some great little restaurants around there. But I think when we were really mulling around on the idea of doing this trip and we decided on Jefferson, we had done a lot of research and almost spooked ourselves a little because we started watching YouTube videos and whatnot. About Jefferson and the hotel itself. But I know that you gathered a lot of history about the town itself and I would love for you to share that with our listeners. What I found was that from about 1845 to 1873, Jefferson was one of the most important trade centers in Texas. Trade was mostly done by steamboat at the time. Jefferson can owe its success to a log jam. They called this the great raft. The jam allowed surrounding bayous to fill up, making passage for the steamboats possible. They steamboats, which have all major ports going down to New Orleans and up to St. Louis. A man, what do you think time wise that took steamboat at the time going all the way to St. Louis? New Orleans, stuffing at. I mean, I'm assuming there were different ports along the way that they stopped at, but that's such a cool thing for Jefferson to have experienced and I can only imagine what it was during its heyday. I have never even been on a cruise. So I have no idea how long it would take them to go from port to port. I'm sure that they saw a lot, and I'm just thinking, maybe we should find a ghost ship in the future. That would be a lot of fun and terrifying. Very. So of course with having trade by steamboat, they were able to attract a lot of merchant and aristocrats and immigrants because of population was growing. Jefferson had little stores that would pop up. Of course, hotels, which would include brothels, mills, and factories were also built. Yeah, I think it's really interesting how this fact of all this commerce coming in really boom the economy.

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"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

Southern Ghost Experience

05:07 min | 8 months ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Southern Ghost Experience

"Sisters that grew up in a home that we believe was, or is still haunted. However, today we're going to talk about our first experience ghost hunting at a 170 year old building and hotel in Jefferson, Texas. The Jefferson hotel. Have you ever been through a small town with ruins, old buildings, and remnants of what used to be? If you're from the south, you may be familiar with these towns grasping hole of what fused citizens it has left. Yet is still full of mystery in life. Michelle and I are no strangers to this. As we grew up in an old oil boom town, that at one point had thousands in population. These towns may have a dwindling population. But there are some citizens who will never leave even after death. When we pulled up to the Stuart Jefferson hotel in Jefferson, Texas,.

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"jefferson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"jefferson" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Thomas Jefferson was one of the most incredible men ever to live in the history of the planet. He was a statesman, he was a president, he was he was a civilization changer. He's the author and was the author of the Declaration of Independence. Now we must understand the beauty of the declaration independence. When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary, for one people, to dissolve the political bands with another. Deriving from the powers of the earth the equal and separate station. I'm going from memory here, so I might be bouncing around. And it goes on to say the laws of nature and nature's God. Thomas Jefferson was able to connect the fruits of the enlightenment and the roots of antiquity. Thomas Jefferson did that. Thomas Jefferson connected the fruits that came out of the ideas of freedom of speech and consciousness and self government, separation of powers checks and balances. But he did not go only and merely towards the enlightenment as if Machiavelli, what Machiavelli or Rousseau or Hume would have done. Jefferson instead struck a balance. Jefferson understood that there was a new type of thinking that was derived from the ancient. And then if we forget the ancient and go too far into this new way of government, it will collapse, but if we go to into the ancient, there's no claim to challenge the monarchy. Thomas Jefferson being a brilliant man wrote the words that we hold these truths to be self evident. That all men are created equal amongst these are life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness, originally, it was property. Now the exact reason why they're getting rid of Thomas Jefferson I don't know their exact reasons because he owns slaves. Is that what it was? Do you know that Thomas Jefferson actually worked to abolish slavery when he was governor of Virginia in the 1790s? Do you know that Thomas Jefferson heavily influenced by George Mason who wrote the Virginia declaration of rights? In 1776, argued for slavery to be ended do you know that Thomas Jefferson who, of course, wrote the declaration, inspired the first state to abolish slavery in 1777 Vermont? Did you know that Thomas Jefferson was partners with Ben Franklin for the first ever abolition convention? Held in 1775 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Do you know that Thomas Jefferson was the first president to sign a moratorium saying that no new slaves were allowed to come into the United States? Thomas Jefferson was a good

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"jefferson" Discussed on Historically Thinking

Historically Thinking

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Historically Thinking

"So middle solid and the third category said were i'd remnants without ability to focus and remarkable Students chose the most popular subject. Smith met this does not suggest people laugh where wild lana doing. Professional degrees the average agent students with older Began sixteen older than many often colleges in america and a lot of these colleges were basically just teaching high school. Ah evil raising as long as you can. Translate the bible and greek. You guess harvard. John trumbull artists could have gotten away with twelve because he was that good translations but it was realized is too young so these are these are much over to them. And if he bought me thinking about edgar allan poe who actually turns out to be probably a better student than i realized yes but then there's also what's henry top wiler who's revelation who's goes onto basically one of the founders of the university of alabama and abolitionist that so he didn't last long in alabama but then how did a successful profitable school coeducational school. Yes so you find in your book find people like that as as well as a point even sing so old. Because jefferson zog migration will one day be considered like which the justice out predecessors and the ad hoc point lead us used bring bell improve and better society and that he insisted each generation needs able to rethink the future. an shouldn't be held by Dead end of the possible by which he meant tradition. That wasn't based on reason fault and so he wanted people like top island who go off to do things that he himself made never envisaged he was not particularly for looking into the teaching women. Huffily that was public because he wanted the invest. Have real influence. Women were excluded from politics. He suddenly gave his daughters and granddaughters. An excellent education took seriously. I'm let's finish up Another yard another thing against contract. I assumed was that. The university of virginia was su generous on. There is a book by two alumni on ten years ago in maine but they made really these claims about how every modern american university takes after university. Virginia and i. I think i might have read a review or picked it up and said to myself. No get into and then just but you make the case that it has institutional children and They occur in some really interesting ways for for one thing. I as a freshman lived in sylvester house at the johns hopkins university and was laid to find out that sylvester had taught at the university of virginia for three months before getting into fight with sword with a student and left-back franklin but still there was a way in which there's one small connection between uva and johns hopkins but there's some other connections are like mit. Which i had no idea former faculty was as president and introduce many of the traditions university of fat. The genu- is always very difficult. Also down so. It's very difficult to demonstrated Obviously anyone like jefferson sell says influenced by number places factors but dome able to detail The impact to the investment michigan. Mit off the university of texas. Austin the dexter engines made claim actors influential throughout the south. The most influential idea which was not entirely is borrowed from revolutionary france. Degree from germany added to be tried. I would No carolina but was really popularized by. Jefferson's us us do. Virginia was the idea of elected curriculum. A- students chose subjects. This has become a whole american so so contrast younger certification that it's it's like tanya yellow has wait two electives oxford or any of the bruce universities What what was the influence in harvard. I was restricted with four of audits. Greatest presidents who took a specific interest in jefferson. the dumb. The fest was soon off to jefferson. Died instantly one of the reasons To opt best young professes visited jefferson. A couple of times while building This virginia this joe tickner endeavor everett's edwin evers. Actually notice repulsed on the university. That again helped to popularize it some ideas. Of course they were also the german universities so the getting several ways of attending jefferson Wide jimmy suddenly at some of the best universities in wella headed a time of enough He is before americans in any numbers over to study in germany. Just czar quincy when he became president of off. Today's twin before he took office. He tried to travel down to look at the st of virginia. Not only Who prevented than heads back. Washington when he discussed typhoid devika investing lockdown some contemporary. But charles eliot would not just presence hopper as the the big reform predicted folders kendall to the nineteen sixties fifties yesterday book. Jefferson's ideas education at if costs people i hidden. Baxter adams was one of the first of the professors at johns hopkins university which is often regards Which is a bit dramatic. Is research been developing. Upping invest is a semi less Research lab archery and that that was a derives. Well i hesitate to conclude that such mistaken know vicious kalemie now toward some automotive. But i will anyway. Thank you. I will andrew shafi. I can so much for being Thinking thank you very about chows. We've you just a brief reminder if you're listening to historically thinking on the website that's great but for your convenience you can also find us on apple podcast. Google podcast spotify amazon music. Pandora's your iheartradio. Joe saban pod chaser tune in deesor and there are more fact wherever there are podcast there. You can find historically thinking while great reviews are wonderful on whatever platform. You want to write them. The best possible review that you can give us is to four the podcast to a friend you think will find it interesting. You can also follow us on. Twitter hissed underscore thank or on facebook..

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"jefferson" Discussed on Historically Thinking

Historically Thinking

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Historically Thinking

"Very much. So but it's interesting. It gives a number of different reasons of type for education. More thinks is important to pass. The most developed is his blueprint university from raw fish. Gap commission Eighteen and the dealt with his prime a deep political at craig a republican in this any university. That would train. The lead would put aside self-interest Recognize that self was always going to be interested dependable. Which is why sydney educated citizenry in public. Education lectured only guffman accountable. So the his bill of seventeen seventy nine. They very elaborate though for schools elementary grammar and for college reform. That's failed twice in france to Failed treats offers. I'm gonna Today said oh. He sacrificed schools. Listen project to the university are never wavered from saint schools more poll to you have to choose between training elite training. The population is better to have schools. The reason he could never get it cost insisted the schools be secular. So obsessive is what we've used that he didn't vote. clergy teachings. schools ain't wanted to exclude them. So when does he begin. This is a very convoluted story. We're just Escape over the but it is another change of my is that you often have the idea. That jefferson is the idealist. he's pure for politics. He's above the fred. James madison is the word boss. Jefferson is sending him directives. Monticello jimmy madison pull the strings. But what you see Beginning in eighteen fourteen when he starts in earnest you see a masterful. Yes how sir. Particle politician the person that any any history department would want as sheriff because he's smarter tougher than the deem and he writes all his admits himself he's her humphrey appleby would love him. Yes i mean so could you describe a little bit. how he how. He wheels in the us quite remark in for. I mean up until his death. He's wheeling and dealing i a university keep on Sure offs this is the greatest revelation to me to look at him. A hybrid is political skills. And see this one projects which he has a vision. The implements is in detail against extraordinary opposition lease from presbyterian soon virginia and Look other locations. That wanted to house the university of virginia. I cannot actually think the had stated that any connection will spent so long thinking devising Spending hot during the ideals secretive If but just to give you wanted his political skills. I'd he presented calculate every breath needs reach building ob- but talk about obsessive. That's that's the us dustin so not dressed night custody buildings. And why didn't you just give the of all tied Staggering it and jefferson apparently locked. And unfortunately this got into the pressed is great embarrassment and said well you count stuff. More than what loaded hot potato I actually sometimes mischievous while it's doing He managed to get come the more expensive bill. Serious buildings of the washington. Dc can now say they say that the took the three biggest public works projects at the time. The erie canal basin the capital and the university of virginia. Which is some perspective on. The bill is pasta in the middle of of virginia's worst financial crises history. Eighteen nineteen the depression which celebrates jefferson so bankruptcy but the fact that st louis managed to persuade stroll written notes. But he did it through basically getting hold of this idea that albermarle had a academy. Yes creating elaborate plan for it. Which shows that he was already thinking of taking the small school private school and making something else steers that briefly. Something called central college. Yes and then. Eventually the bill. For the university of virginia all through masterly use of writing the minutes himself Keeping track of all the details and a bunch of really talented young men who are all actually making his argument for him in the legislature. He's very good at using people to do. All that is he'll joseph cabello campbell who tugs coughing logged usa. Say he played the jobs that Medicine played in congress The front that Jefferson shames him into staying to argue the thing even though he's coughing up blood. It's amazing also. The manipulation the way the uses emotional manipulation on john harbor all these people to like keep them their hand to the plow as yes right something. It's really a remarkable studied leadership. So let's talk with missouri crisis and I've heard you talk about this before. Recent unpleasantness i think right before about the The lack of link which i always had my head between the missouri crisis and the university in the founding of university. So this is. This is the increasingly as i'm reading the book Slavery is one of the most important things in jefferson's life in a context without which it's impossible to understand it and yet It increasingly seems he's working on. He's having several children by a woman he owns at the time and yet it doesn't seem i find less than less now in your argument. I'm less persuaded that slavery's at the center of his concerns for university university. I guess that's your intention as your it absolutely is not least. University issued a report as slavery commission.

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"jefferson" Discussed on Historically Thinking

Historically Thinking

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Historically Thinking

"As is often point out by alumni but the university of virginia thomas. Jefferson's tombstone declares foundation of that university as his third great achievement but does not mention his presidency of the united states. Jefferson had a vision of what a great university could and should be the political talent and allies to see that vision implemented. That vision was an intimate part of his republican political philosophy. I was hopes and fears for the fate of the republic whose creation he had participated as andrew. Shaughnessy writes in his new book. The illimitable freedom of the human. Mind thomas jefferson's idea of universty acknowledging that his ideas utopian jefferson regarded himself as idealist when benefit humankind proof society in. Offer a happier life. Andro shaughnessy is vice. President of the thomas jefferson foundation monticello. The saunders director of the barber International center for jefferson studies is most recent book was the man who lost america british leadership the american revolution in the state of empire which was awarded george washington book prize. Andro shaughnessy welcomed historically thinking low. Allan thank you very much. Indeed for inviting me onto shug. Will we on your patch. Were in the right next to your office in the center for jefferson studies and sort of on a my well. Our mutual patch early virginia. And i promised a don't indulge my own patch my my own struggle passions all that much of the pint cast not a podcast about revolution. Early national america. But this time. I heard to dive in to avoid as i sent you an email. Avoid talking about things like gum. The reverend james murray's the particulars of his theology or charleston versus political philosophy so on various other obscure virginia politicians who are extremely important at the time a backman made the best politicians tended to stay in state legislatures. Don't leave aside. So let's talk about. Thomas jefferson and his early life in many ways. You serve confirm what. I've always suspected that. So much of the design of university of virginia is based on thomas. Jefferson's early learning. I did not say education. I said what he actually learned. He took out of his education described his early education and his from you know from his childhood best. We know it as central components of his vision idea. The unionist is a community with professors. Must play paternal role elicits reflected in his own ellie education college. William and. Mary was especially important in the wall. Lay professor on the faculty. Williams moore who was scottish and Encountered the scholarship light exposed jefferson to sciences really a very role education but more importantly introduced into his friends jolt. Twigs would become a professor of law In in america of college. William and mary and francis faulk ya. The jaffna news have musical evenings intellectual evenings together a and he regarded. That really is what it would most. I to attain in his youth this Stir of compensation social gathering an intellectual dialogue. Yeah to you. Have some response that you cite between move back to our list of obscure. Virginia politicians little tazewell Waller yes whose father grandfather educated in a very well and then sent him to. George whipped when he was like twelve to learn hebrew and greek. But he will he described from with and what sent george tucker described who's with successor as Progressive law way. Mary news this deep. Deep studying in with parlor Very exhorting oxbridge mangas. Going to use to study even though with had no connection to oxford anywhere of But it was very. It was very much lived where the teacher is. Also a is pi day. They they are. They are something that the students student student is studying the teacher as well as the subject and that seems to jefferson seems to have wanted to from the very beginning to create that hostility in future college. The it's amazing. How early this begins though. Yeah there's what's the first year that he begins his ideas of education reform in establishing a new kind of college. Sir really begins in seventeen seventy nine. I argued bull in a way intellectually disposed. Do why do you think that just the breakfast. His interest and his love of teaching Discovery to be a low. I've seen it mentioned many times. I've never really reflected on the way that he would invite young people sometimes to can stay with him. He gives them reading. This will greatly with them for era with would do forgets. Even if he wasn't teaching them law like they would just stay with him tutor on those two. Here's jefferson even after. He stopped practicing law after he hated practicing wall. Ryan apparently may still teaching people law. Yes people still read law with him. It remains the those base Subject but he was great. Believe that to study law. You have to have a up background and spend at least three years reading subject terrorist which is interesting because it's there many investors today which allegedly teach north graduate degree is idea robbery flex participants actually to educational Foles seventy nine. during the american revolution. The dates is remarkable because benedict donald at british beginning. Their reigns on the coast of virginia would any beat Actually invaded virginia. It's interesting how jefferson's still thinking of the postal sasaski at house would make it that. 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"jefferson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"jefferson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We welcome you to another day and man. We got a lot going on today. We're getting closer to the weekend where there are some epic football games. One in penn state with auburn another winning gainesville. We'll have coverage of both of them and don't forget friday we will be in. Gainsville will be doing the show from campus and have many many people dropping by including the athletic director including the hp. Those are just for starters. Let's get right to it. As we began another game. The crowd on their side. Gators defense looks to battle. Highly touted alabama. Boy that's a that's a that's a new okay. Don't go anywhere. Aren't you gator. Fans to listen to john. Tall t of al dot com. Right here last night. I that the texas game will probably get more attention and i think especially because of your guy wayne kiffin. That ole miss game at home on october second. I think it's going to get a lot of high games. That i said we're gonna feel more of that. Big game atmosphere. I'm not feeling it from the alabama side of things. And i think that could also partly be paul. Because i don't think alabama fans are worried about this game. I think they expect to win. And so there's not that worried dealing of nervousness. Get ready for that game. I think they expect to go into gain weight. And so maybe the gainesville things. There was that optimism that they can knock off that big bad alabama. But i'm not getting it into alabama spotted things alabama. Sandra worried about this. Well here's why they're not with tim. Tebow gators to and wind against tide. Look at it since then. Oh and six point productions down. The opposition production is up turnover differential. I think you know it listen. I was particularly interested in what john had to say. Tuesday because he's in birmingham he. He's at the epicenter of alabama football tuscaloosa. Right around the corner. Here's some fans all the time. And i'm talking to my friends in gainesville and we'll talk to a few today and this is epic. I didn't interview yesterday with your orlando sentinel and one of the biggest games in recent history at the university of florida. You talk to an alabama fan. Yeah it's we're times a game network. Sec network espn cbs. That's there is a big difference. Penn state auburn. Nobody's taking this for granted. We'll talk to jay return. Oh a little bit later on the son of the legendary coach they will get the white out treatment now. The white treatment hasn't had that much impact. But think about this for a second. There's auburn go on the road very often first time since thirty one when i was ten years old that auburn will be going to a big ten campus. Last road game road game clemson before that it was kansas state before that was clemson. They used to play georgia tech all the time they did play. Usc oh to that was a pete. Carroll versus tommy cover ville matchup. Whatever happened to those two guys that was that was quite a game back Back in the day Auburn played pretty well. That was that was the beginning of the Usc dynasty did not last very long but That was a memorable encountered peak. Carol of course was seattle. Tommy has anybody know what happened. The tom recoverable. Is he still coaching coaching in washington. Right now washington. Dc dj jefferson. You know him. He's a star quarterback in hogle and he'll be with us and a couple of minutes. Buddy martin i know buddy of nobody thirty years so maybe maybe longer buddy will have a response to john. Dalton if you know. John you better warn him. The young man is about to be taken to the woodshed by veteran. At least that's what buddy tells me he's going to do. Jay paterno is a trustee at penn. State father one of the most famous coaches of all time andrea. Carter elissa lang. They'll join us and the poet laureate of college football. He's not really. I just made that up. Andy staples join us later on. Let's get to some calls and this next caller. I usually start with him but this man was attacked yesterday. By joe from red bay. He's been attacked by the former guy on twitter. He's he is. larry has gone after him. Legend has gone after him mad. How're you doing my friend. He'd been all madam care the lack of embarrassed team play against arkansas but look beyond the relied on the show. I think he office delete defense. Is playing lights out. Really good if this. I'm sorry for taking he's out with gal. I don't know by the offense to get stuff in mexico. And i'm not worried about arkansas. Because record over though it has to deal rebbe enlightening in drugging airy. Ican that he all you what you nicely arkansas. So ooh hey hey mad. You're the one who's been running your mouth about how The the tide was going down. You still feel that. He is gone. And i can ask you fall term Regretting your life that you wish you never did. Have i ever done things. Yeah i have a few regrets my advice anakin you feel that way sometimes. Well you have to live your life matt and you can't let mistake. You just have to learn from mistakes and correct them and and live on Have you done something that you're concerned about. Is that what you're asking me and that he could easily told you about. When i feel like going good so far knowing the package one of the great my girlfriend i tell you what i don't wanna make it famous dick again. Thank you so so matt you how well do you know this young lady. We've been talking for about maybe morning. A couple of days now and It's going good matter yet. We're going to do that. Are fight video chat. Come down here and gone date with their day. Get the go around texas and go on daylight that yeah. Let me give you a little bit of advice Couple of things So you're about to meet her for the first time. I just don't give it. Just don't give your credit card your social security number or anything that you that valuable. Okay not yet. I want l. denver. We'll get all point of my friend. And i feel like i'm a trusting person even coming from the profession that i i been in I i trust most people. Just don't be. Don't don't just be careful thing. Remember that it's a great relationship to have but if it ended you need to guard you need to put some guardrails up in case it ends sooner than you think. Or what do that. Paul all i like. I wanna likeness. We came back here all even my notre dame but method that. Okay well you take care of yourself and you have my number if you need any help at any. What are you guys going to do when you get together all dinner here movie at dinner there. The movie theater dinner What kind of food aid. yeah. I'm i mean if you're you're gonna and i would think You're in texas mexican. Food would be pretty easy to find right. Now let's keep in north texas gray mexican. I've had some of the best mexican food in my life in in fort worth and places like that we're to get through that..

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"jefferson" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"jefferson" Discussed on NFL Live

"The game and then we're going there player all really you know i would say most likely not i feel like this is the mystery man who had been waiting for for years. It's really only been one year but we finally get to see jordan playing a game. What are you gonna be looking for for him to show us field. I cannot wait. We have seen jordan love bennett. Packers jersey on the field. And you gotta turn back the clock a little bit to win. He was drafted. Because you know coming out utah. State dorma was as roz tom. Brady's diet man like the against an incredible arm he can make all those zach. Wilson like crazy arm angled throws and he. He's athletic but lacking in decision making in fact his final year at utah state twenty touchdown. seventeen interceptions. Now it should be noted. He was playing in a difficult environment. Lack of weapons and turnover and coaching but long story short he was a developmental prospect. And guess what the year to develop. He got the mahomes here. That we're always talking about for quarterbacks. I wanna see what the result is i want to see. Has its downs down. Accuracy improved does the decision making look good his command the offense. I know it's preseason. Those questions won't be answered but some of them will and i cannot wait listening in production me now. The one thing i said was this is the other side of the equation. We've been talking all about aaron rodgers and the drama between him and the organization would have jordan. Love goes out him. Balls out in the preseason. Do you know how getting the packers organization would be because no one that at the end of the year deal iraj bounty and had their quarterback other future moving forward. Think praised that would be one organization. You go from brett farve rogers and then you could possibly go to another guy to carry on his legacy the quarterback position so i know everyone in green bay packers organization is is looking with with a with a fine to just looking glass to see if this guy can go out here and ball on the preseason and wait things in favor of the green bay packers moving forward daming that may be one of the biggest story lines in the preseason just is meena said that last year was the developmental season. This is the developmental. Preseason with the team not likely to play aaron rodgers at all. That means it's time for jordan. Love to get as many snaps as he can to get him ready as they can for after this season to know exactly what they have. So we'll see. Because that allen rogers situation or is able in the off season and there's a real chance that this is going to be his last season in green bay and if this is his last season in green bay well that means that it'll be the jordan love year next year and so they want to get him as many reps this summer and they possibly can to season them up. Get ready because next year he could be taking all those snaps in the pre and the regular season. Unlikely you did there. I said he was raw. Then you said they're gonna season in mock continued command because i'm rooting for the kid like it's been awkward and that's how awkward. It's been for him listening to us. Spend all summer talking about this drama between him and rogers and and he's almost like the child in the middle of the divorce and by all accounts rogers has been nothing but kinds of him. but still. there's a lot of pressure on him right like this preseason game. I haven't circled on the calendar. I want to watch. Because as you said astutely the future the packers organization may depend on what we see out of jordan. Love this preseason. I don't think that's too much to say. This is shefty interesting question here. Maybe the interest do you have any sense of what the packers feel about the development of jordan love or is he as much of a mystery to them as he may be to all of us. I think he is something of a mystery. And i think that they still think he's got a long way to go. And i still think that. They think he's got a lot of talent. So it's all those things all wrapped up in one which is what makes the preseason so intriguing field right. We don't know exactly what we're gonna see from jordan. Look who's got a lot of talent who is very steel muniz word raw again as a lot to learn who went into the nfl. Without knowing what was didn't even know when our rogers is the master of the hard how jordan load is figuring out. Exactly what a hard count is so. There are a lot of questions a lot of talent and a lot of mystery also surrounding jordan which is why meaning is so fired up and so excited to watch them in the preseason this weekend. It's pretty amazing. It's been over six hundred days. We lost last. Saw jordan love on a field. We have time for one more thing you're an. Nfl live is a special one at that gradually go to an invaluable member of our espn nfl. Coverage seems interesting. The biggest news broke on saturday night. Mr adam schefter as diana and her wonderful positing have welcomed adorable baby boy. Michael andrew born on august seventh or thirteen pm. Wow great news. Right there -gratulations. I can't would cease. Do you own or rent your home. You do fortunately geico makes it easy to bundle your home and car insurance. It's a good thing too. Because having a home is hard work go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Geico dot com easy..

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"jefferson" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"jefferson" Discussed on NFL Live

"What are the bright side of a difficult twenty twenty. Nfl season was the emergence of a strong class of rookies including twenty second pick of the draft jefferson who had a breakout season according to most receiving yards and the super bowl air for any rookie. Nfl next series. Jefferson sat down with our own courtney. Cronin you've come off this incredible season you have last year and your featured in a video game. There's all these things that happened because of how big your rookie season was. What is that like for you as you try to process that a year removed khanna came a little bit too easily just from being around my brothers Meet kind of seeing things before. I got there so right me going to lsu games being around jarvis at ten years old. I got to see a little bit more than a normal kid and then studied the game a lot so it wasn't that bad to relieve go from college to delete catch by justin jefferson. I mean you go from zero star recruit now that many years ago to where you're at right now. Do you ever kind of pinch yourself to think about. Wow like this miraculous. Rise that i've had and just how young you are. I'm glad i went a little saw. And then after like you know me being under recruited me grind even harder. so that's the type of mindset that i had something to marlboro throwing touchdown. I touched jefferson space stat. What does it mean to you to be from. Place that produces jarvis landry vowed that all of these massive names in the nfl. And you're part of it's a it's a very big honor to watch them and seeded things that they went through and just seeing their whole career. me being a fan and now that i have that relationship with them You know i'm able to call them anytime. Able to talk to him about anything so it's good to have that bond with them and you know it's always that bond coming from can't wait for a year to already so i turn the question to you i. We're jefferson stack up for you amongst the other wide receivers in the league coming off of his incredible rookie performance. Feel we talked about this in the morning. I said well. I think he's on his way the top ten but after i thought about it a little bit more. He's already top ten wide receiver for me. I mean he finished second in yards per route. Run which is a metric. I like because it captures both efficiency and production. And when you watch him. It's easy to see why he's got such a complete game. Incredible route runner incredible speed by the way run into all three levels of the field. The contested catch ability. Is there. why a touchdown machine. I mean it's really hard to find. Flaws in his game candidly and for him to be minnesota next to adam meal for them to have that one two punch. It's really not a one two punch one a and a one b punch. It's amazing i thought he would be good. I was curious to see how he would look playing outside instead of inside in the slot. I didn't think he'd be the best rookie wide receiver in the nfl. And i certainly didn't think you're too. I'd be saying he's already top ten. He won a lotta people some fantasy championships last year. But there's a bit of a news update involved right now is jefferson did get hurt and practice last week. Was the latest with his injury. Feel he went down. It looked like it could have been a significant injury. There were people on the field. The time worried about his collarbone. But i was told it was spring day see joined. It did not appear to be serious. He underwent further testing over the weekend. And again i would imagine he's going to be some time here but not enough to wear impact him and threatened his availability for the regular season. Again you see him down there. There are people who are concern. You underwent testing that day but it turned out to be just. And it's easy to say for me just a sprained. Ac joint well. They collect the sigh of relief. Found its way amongst vikings sweater when you tweeted about that injury update just a couple of days ago. So damian. justin jefferson's a star. The offense has plenty of skill dishes and talent. But kim the vikings be a legitimate threat to the packers and the division and make a push for the playoffs in the nfc. Absolutely they can be a threat to the packers division. I love the the. I think the defense is going to be a lot better. The edison pieces on offense particularly from office alive but field at the end of day. It's gonna come down to quarterbacks and when you look at measure kirk cousins against aaron rodgers. You're talking apples and oranges. Kirk cousins has still yet to go out there and have a lot of meaningful games in the postseason. He's he's a staffer he stuff. The there's no question about it but when it's all said and done when when you need the big games that's what separates you know. Kirk cousins air rods. Aaron rodgers wanted to do it that we've seen in this league. And i think that's the difference between the green bay packers in minnesota vikings at the quarterback position. Interestingly enough fbi gives the vikings a twenty eight percent chance to win the nfc north. Higher than i would have expected math says when to great things come together. They make something greater. For instance one plus one was too simple right. How about this trunk. Plus hotdogs equals tailgate or turf plus dancefloor was in zone. And when you add friends plus football equals. Espn fantasy football. It's as simple as that. Espn fantasy football with insights provided by ibm watson sign up now at espn dot com slash. Fantasy football feel. The name of the game is continuity. And that's one thing that the bills organization have they've got great chemistry brace energy from top to bottom. But most importantly their star quarterback they paid a ton of money to is a superstar in the national football league. I loved it. The signing of emmanuel sanders to to add on with stefan digs and company. This offense is going to be one of the most explosive offense in the league. And that's why the buffalo bills my opinions favor to win the afc. So i think this one is closer for a reason. I mean you see. It's only three percent difference between baltimore and cleveland. I think that's right. As far as the model favoring baltimore make sense. I think given some of the editions. They've made i on defense signing. I love designing justin. Houston the drafting dafa. That secondary's been excellent for a long time offense if bateman is injured for a while you just heard a little bit about his injury. I'd be a little bit concerned. But i do. Love the the difference. They made on the offensive line and elsewhere at wide receiver. And i think it makes sense. And they're on top. It's no surprise that chiefs are the afc west favors fbi. Also likes them to have the most wins. The best chance of the one seed in the afc. The best chance of homefield advantage the best chance of basically everything is good question marks from the chiefs not many for me but i do want to see what they get out of their edge rushing group and also their quarterback that those are two potential areas very small achilles heels but otherwise the chiefs looked prime to potentially returned. There's third straight super bowl so we'll move to the afc south where we believe at the very top. There is a favourite. The titans are the favorites to repeat as division champs. According to the fbi in part because quarterback ryan tannehill continues to play at a high level for the franchisee but despite that strong play star wide receiver. Thanks aj brown aj. Excuse me thinks tannehill deserves even more props. He's not in a top top talk. Whatever is to me is nonsense. You know a mini games. We came back to minute. You know they're going to get the ball. Every play move. Somebody got throws the ball. He's very accurate. So you know anybody who sleeping on this nonsense. But he doesn't really care about stuff and knew the dewey so.

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"jefferson" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"jefferson" Discussed on NFL Live

"Buccaneers begin their super bowl. Defense against dak prescott and his cowboys with that. We say hello. Welcome in the. Nfl live hyped up today. Show a great cast includes from left to right meantime damien woody and adam schefter will. I am field. Yates and perhaps no team has been talked about early on and training camp than the indianapolis colts who are dealing with high profile injuries to quarterback carson wentz and i'll pro guard quick nelson while jacobson was the first player to step in for once to team is already getting rookie. Six round picks and etlinger reps with the first team offense so who is samuel while the former longhorn quarterback play four seasons at texas where he threw for ninety four touchdowns passing patrick mahomes percent closed in big twelve history this year. He was selected two hundred eighteenth overall making the first texas quarterback taken colt mccoy back in twenty ten. His one of two quarterbacks on the roster revving ticket nfl snap in fact only to carson wentz and brett hundley. Here's head coach. Frank reich on why the team is giving etlinger more work end up splitting the reps A quarterback today of the ones with jacob and and sand. It wasn't anything with jacob doing anything wrong. It was just you know this talk crecy and sounds look good so decide to split it up good news as they both looked sharp today. We'll continue to split those reps and just take day by day. Like i feel better today. You know that we today the real competitive day and both guys out there you know made some. Nfl type plays you know that you need to make in games and against good defensive. So i think we're heading in right direction. Large worth noting that reich also said jacob ec will start sunday's preseason game against carolina but he will split first team snatch with sam etlinger in the joint practices versus the panthers later this week so we turned shefty for more on this. What can you tell us about this interesting. Move out of indianapolis will feel. We're just about a week. After carson wentz underwent foot surgery and initially it was supposed to be jacobson as the guy they were leaning on but during the course of practices. Sam melgar's looked awfully good in fact he went change. Stray practices without throwing interception. His first interception didn't come until sunday and so the more they saw of sam l. and grow the more. They liked him to the point now where he closed out. Today's practice with the colts starting out. The beauty of this right now is epic colts and allow the free season and the games that occur in the preseason to decide which quarterback would be the one to store on opening day of carson wentz. Couldn't make it back from the foot surgery last week. That initially was supposed to sideline him five to twelve weeks. Now they feel pretty good about carson wentz right now but they won't know more officially about as recovery until next week but in the interim sam etlinger has moved into the conversation and into the competition. The colts starting quarterback job opening day. If wins can come back by then this is wild. I the i get it. I get to thinking which. Adam laid out really well there. You know watching. Sam elegant college not the strongest arm. Not like an incredible athlete but he can scramble and he can point guard. The offense you know he'll take care of the football which to adams point. i think. What is appealing to the colts. Compared to jason jacob. Pardon me who has the bigger arm but takes more risks. You can see the vision for indianapolis strong rushing attack very good defense. Don't turn it over. Just how the student point. Guard the offense the problem if you get to the regular season is the schedule is a nightmare. I mean their first five games. All five of them are against teams. That had double digit wins last season. That has only happened field two other times in. nfl history. So it's just a one week situation until went skits back. Obviously there's still uncertainty about the timeline of return. I can see why indianapolis would be willing to ride with either elegant or easing but beyond that. I'd be nervous if i was a cold fan yen. Let's not make light of you. Know frank is doing here because i look at it as looking what i do and not necessarily what i say. You know the fact that you know etlinger is taken at this at this juncture in preseason is very telling and i don't think that's good news for jacob easson that type of move with eleanor getting the reps on first team and i just look at just piggyback off of menas talking about you look at this this seen. It has one of the best ross in the national football league office line good rushing attack defense got weapons on the outside at the end of the day. I think it's starting to assess the situation saying look who's gonna give us the best chance to manage the situation to winstons back because that is a brutal early schedule. And i think that's why the move is a little telling right. Now what we're seeing with. The with the alternate another first reps while we know frank reich is accustomed to making some unsuspected starts in a pinch during his own playing career. And all of a sudden we may have an unexpected start percent etlinger to begin the season if carson wentz not available all right. Let's go from one rookie quarterback to another rookie quarterback with more pedigree to take a look at this week. Matchup the jets second overall. Pick twenty zach wilson and third overall. Pick in two thousand eighteen. Sam darnold are projected. Just start against each other if it happens to be the first time in. Nfl history but a quarterback drafted the top. Three has made his first. I guess another top three quarterback drafted by this same franchise all right so we know that wilson's going to be the jet starter as the team had the least experienced quarterback group in the league until recently when it signed juryman quarterback josh johnson but as is the case with many rookies of has already so far wilson during training camp. Here's head coach. Robert sala with his most rookies for especially for everyone. It's gonna get worse before it gets better it just it is what it is. There's just a lot of things that happen. I mean there's there's a reason why being a rookie as hard in this league. There was a hall of famer yesterday. That was inducted in that. Had a seventy one quarterback rating his rookie year. It's not easy to play quarterback in this league as a as a rookie quarterback but But it is. It is going to get worse before it gets better. And but he's at that point now where he's going to be able to stack up days and we got all the utmost confidence in him and his ability and his ability to figure out The mistakes and correct them and get to a better place daime. My twitter timeline is still with trevor lawrence. Trae lands and justin fields highlights. What do you make of the narrative around jets camp zach. Wilson is perhaps struggling. Well let's i don't think people should be impacting particularly jet fans in this situation. Listen we're talking about a rookie quarterback this coming into this lee and if we go back in time we saw when patrick mahomes was rookie in training camp that someone is saying some of the same things will be insane about. Patrick mahomes hold onto the football rough days at camp. You know just in herbert's same thing was said about justin urban last year you know as far as the rough going and trying to get these things tend to happen and this just teen particularly on offense. They might be one of if not the youngest group in national fully. There's going to be probably four rookies. That's going to be major contributed to this. Just offense led by zach wilson. Coach said it's going to be a lot of ups and downs as far as the development of zach wilson. But they're going to ride this thing out knowing that they have the foundation. Pieces are on this offense. Yeah damian that's a great point about the homes and eight. Look it's august tenth right so i feel like i need to lead a breathing exercise. Everybody just down relax. But i also need to say that this might last for a while with zach you know. When he was taken second overall you kind of escape. Some of the scrutiny that we assigned to mack jones and lance fields. Because it was just so obvious for so long the judge. We're going to take him. But if we have scrutinized more. I think we would have spent more time discussing the fact that this was always going to be a challenging transition. Not just from. Byu to the nfl. The level of competition he played but also in college. We talk about him holding on the football. I'm time he had all the time in the world in. Byu behind that offensive line. So of course he's going to have to learn how to get rid of it. Quicker and diagnose what's happening on defense and operate within the structure of mike.

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"jefferson" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Back To Back

"Hardy played all house stuff you know. Just everything like plays. Frankie goes hollywood and he will play disco and he will play. I new york stopping new york and Uja and italy every day Sweet dreams of sweet dreams by eurythmics replay. That and and the people freak out. Wow it's so interesting to think about with dj nowadays. You know it's very you play one genre and you get identified. What'd you say this very formatting we saw ourselves as the thing is back in the day you had everything one day war and That was that was the Thousand thing chicago did better than Any any other place in the world as far as a black people you have five thousand black people on a dance floor listening and and they will be jamming a rock lobster bother beat fifty you mile sleepless in seven of size. It was like a different. It was a different way So yeah i'm curious. What kind of crowds would would go out to these early clubs the same ones. You're going out to to have these sort of formative experiences. Well was most is mostly black proud. You know people really wanted to party and about house. Parties were Chicago had a lot of violence on the south Ever since the early seventies what happened was chicago. Law enforcement decided eradicate all gang leadership. And what happened was used to be. You would have a gang leader oversee the entire neighborhood ride. After they arrive. The gang leaders show is splintered off into you would have different gang on every block. And that's you know that's why you know you walk on the next block and you just shot at And that's the same situation. They've never solved. I i was gonna say yeah. It's even just from living there in the two thousands. I mean i you would see that. Yeah you that's best buy rap too because in chicago. Blacks on the south side hated route. They don't don't want any parcel of bring out. Yeah oh wow yeah. Yeah for a long. Long time of blacks couldn't stand up. They wouldn't have to around part because you know bring out against the violence but in new york the gangs were throwing the parties you know. So so if If say the zulus dura party and You decided to buy any funny business. They taken into back in your friends. See you anymore so moving away. Different blood parties were safe in while in chicago. Then danger will rob you know so we can. We can do that but what we did. Do we came up with house. Music Bought by accident house was a will. The warehouse was well-known. Gay clue right so we say house party the geza so i am going in there. You know you know they. They played a lot of european stuff. It wasn't fun and the gangsters likes funk and rap you know so back then we made it a point at house parties not to play funk and route because would bring out the gangster gangster music all a little bit. Yeah so it was a it was complete completely against the bottom. That's why you have like chills if you take naked is fifty thousand black black people there and you don't even need security. Just i've as you know is not the kind of and bess. How a call. It was a safe park. you know best. What made it popular. You worry about guns by there. Were no pad doused. Don't know nothing. You just walk in and dance right. Yeah oh wow is you. If you go to a regular party you know you know they. They bashing value search. May sometimes you have to go through a metal detector and and all of that you know going through all your stuff and they got the room bouncers stuff you know. That was a regular party. We like a house party. No is worried about security device thinking about and it's been like that thirty eight years now so the best for chicago. Yeah it's fascinating man. And i have to think. Correct me if i'm wrong but if it was kind of the the safe way to party because i think a lot of times usually if young kids are running off to clubs their parents are going to have something to say about that how how did the. How did your parents feel about that. Did they see it as kind of like. Actually this it's good. He's got something to do that safe. Well i always been. I'd always had a job. So you know. I couldn't wait to move out of the by by the time of us came round. I was already working. Parents didn't have anything to say there are. There are like a lot of younger people that you know that brought them out of their windows to go party at the music. That wasn't me. Was it an all ages club. Seem like who some younger people up in there. All kinds of people think everybody incredible. And so you said you would go there to see ron hardy deejay did that give you the idea. Was that sort of what planted the seed that maybe this was something you wanted to get involved with. No no what planning to seeing was jesse saunders coming out with record on and all how was in britain's and it was all it Jesse jesse jones who was later massive c. J. it set aside a section jesse saunders right so as hot hot hot you know. They didn't have like auditions. Based jesse's words why i took the regular home. So what do you know what.

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"jefferson" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"jefferson" Discussed on Back To Back

"How's your weekend. How's your your week going. I mean it's only tuesday. So i guess. How is your your monday Guys look it's all right we don't gotta get into the details. I hope you're doing well. It's great to be back with you. Great show for you today crazy show for you today person. I never really thought i would be talking to marshall. Jefferson is on the show today. And look sometimes i. I give the long winded intro. I talk about what's going on in my own life. That's not important when you're talking to somebody like marshal jefferson one of the pioneers one of the founding fathers of house music. And i don't care who you are if you love dance music which i assume you do. Because you're listening to this podcast. Who'd be very weird if you didn't like dance music but you listen to this podcast and never even thought about that. Is there anyone out there. Listening to this podcast. Who doesn't like dance music. And if so why are you listening to this podcast right. In lemme know. Look all right. We're getting off track already. Marshall jefferson is on the show I'm extremely excited for this. I was extremely excited to talk to him. Marshall jefferson the man behind the first the very first house music anthem and that is official because he put it in the title. The man behind. Move your body the house music anthem. He's on the show marshall. Jefferson's latest release is called family featuring el-bugi it's our right now he made that with who It's not a joke not asking you. Who but the artist who w h zero and he just dropped that a couple months ago. It's out right now and if you go to the description of this episode there's going to be a link where you can follow marshall jefferson get all the new music keep up today with what he's doing because even though he is a living legend the man is busy and he never really stopped touring for thirty five years straight pumping out tunes. Not only the man behind move your body. Which by the way was the first house song to use pianos. Think about that thing about a concept like that. Pianos in house music. That's like that's peanut. Butter and jelly in two thousand twenty. One right like that's obvious thing. He was the first person ever do it and to hear him. Tell the story You know people were confused it. I look somebody's gotta be first. Somebody's got to be the pioneer and Every once in a while you get to talk to him. That's what this is not to mention. He pioneered acid house. A little thing called acid house you ever heard about that. We'll keep listening. You're going to hear the story of How some of that got started as well and when you do go to that lincoln the description to follow marshall jefferson. You're also can see a few more links Guys this show backed back the one. You're listening to right now. This gets recorded live every single week on twitch and every single week it's growing and i want you yes you the person hearing my voice to come be a part of it. Every monday and wednesday. I am live on twitch recording these episodes you can come in watch. These conversations happen live and better than that. You can come participate. It's been great having everybody in the chat. Seeing your comments answering your questions you can submit questions to the artists. I'm talking to and we will answer them. It's a beautiful thing. The show is made better by your presence so come join us over on. Twitch link is in the description also last lincoln the description. It's the back-back discord guys. The bag discord. I mean do. I even really need to tell you at this point. It's it's the coolest community on the internet. I i'm pretty sure you're aware of that if you've listened to this show already before but Look i. I don't know what i'm saying as it's been a long day but the back. Toback discord is an amazing community of people. If you're a music producer you can come share what you're working on. Get some feedback meet some like minded producers. I'm in there all the time. Come talk to me. Come tell me who you'd like to see. Be a guest on the show. Get notified anytime i am doing. These live interviews and you can come be a part of them. It's a beautiful thing. Come join the discord come follow me on twitch and for right now today. Today is all about marshall jefferson. I caught up with him when he was in his studio in new jersey and not unlike some other legends. I've had on this show. It was hard to know where to even start with a career like his with all of his accomplishments with so many decades of experience in the music industry. But i think we did pretty good guys. I think we had a great time. I know i did. He has some incredible stories Some incredible perspective that The perspective i kind of didn't know i needed to hear but i walked away from it feeling really good and i hope it does the same for you. I hope you enjoy it so with that said. I hope you're doing well out there. I hope life is going good. I hope you're happy and healthy. And whatever you're working on whatever goals you're trying to achieve as always. I'm sending you that positive energy that encouragement go out there. Go get it put in the work. I say this. And i mean because sometimes we all need to hear these things right. We got your back over here at back to. I mean it's in the name of the show. So look i love all you guys enjoy this episode. I hope you enjoy it. Just as much as i did and i think you will. Let's do it right now. This is me and marshall jefferson back-to-back lesko..

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