40 Burst results for "Julius"
Fresh update on "julius" discussed on At The Track with Sam Spear
"Is Marty Lourie nicknames have always been a part of the colorful history of the game of baseball. During the fifties, Cleveland Indians general manager Frank Lane Signed two brothers Jim Mudcat Grant and his brother Julius. Swamp Fire Grant to Cleveland Indians contracts Mudcat Grant pitched in the big leagues for 14 seasons winning 145 games. Mudcat tells us about his early days in baseball with his brother Julius, in his memory of the game when me and my brother Julius Swamp Fire Grant grew up. We grew up in a little lumber mill town that had a lumber mill team. So we were the bad boys for the team, and then we start playing for the team when we were about 14 15 16 years old. And then of course, I went on. I was 2.5 years older than Julius. So I went on to play professional ball, and then George came in and played professional ball and Frank Lane trader Frank Lane when he's when Joyce sound with the Indians trader Lane thought that he should not be called little Cat. So he said. Well, his nickname is Swamp fire, So I don't know where you got the nickname Swan. Five fun, but my brother and I played baseball and he went on into Mexico, and he played there for 17 years and his own the all time Honore team. And they're getting ready to vote him into the Mexican Hall of Fame. So he was successful in baseball, but only in Mexico..
Queensland Oaks Day Review
"Love that Coins and rice is in the spotlight in the moment. Julius i think we'll run with that banana pronunciation Was very well. Backed and very impressive in the us did sunday. Dinner of the map to. We'll get to that very shortly. Let's start with the track. Helpline now is a good for all across to made us that. I brought it an extra two for this week. Good for now issue. They attended twenty collectively. But it had no impact on these rights to run and look. I thought rice really failure. I'm not suggesting. I've got my hitter in the track did same to rice. Fairly you had a couple of points you wanted to mention just with natural ruler in the last rites with rocketing boy on maybe where the jockeys toward the part of the chocolates. He had the option account at Edward with rocketing blind elected to guy state of the middle some thinking that there was probably four lines in the middle of the track the jockeys really narrowing they focus on. That was the best granted. And yeah you automatically going to say are the fences off. The ball. came back on the inside back in the last hundred. Zd drift dad. Back into that sort of middle line may be. The riott wasn't applies to bay but the track rights fair and we would just be looking for excuses for horses. If we're looking now. I think that's a really good point. I think they'll go an extra two maters. I read broke day with a couple of group. Think he'll be at four maters next week. Let's start with rice. One be the rights of the day. It is the rise to follow differently. He benny quarter second. So i'd standard time. I only moderate tempo. Twenty two six four four hundred eleven four eight last two hundred best of the day boy. Incentivize has absolutely going through the roof. Six fifty in the photos hours fifty four dollars fifty saturday morning into three dollars. Twenty market just wanted to be all over these hoes and well we might have unearthed. These won't be this mommy. So's waiting for these holes. The two candidate in brisbane may be a mid wake. I was pretty came to back. And then i'll do the form set down. It's twenty two hundred back died in the right setup. it didn't really matter it didn't have anything else. While early in the rice that was caught wants anthony and it was a co two guy ford. Yeah because it wasn't haza tampa on the right side. Holden wouldn't have mattered in lead. He was on the road horse but he makes that decision no matter the horse the decision matt other
Fresh "Julius" from ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"B J in Oklahoma, Go quickly, please. We're up against the heart out. Why are you against the format? Yeah. Yes, You're going to have these college athletes to make billions of dollars for more of these, Um Uh, Conferences in schools and all that, and what do they get out of it? That's my only deal is helping these kids out. I think, Erin, you just brought it up. I mean, what do they get out of it? They get a chance to play for a national title, which eight of these teams haven't had the chance to do so in the last. What 78 years since 2014 when we moved to this scenario Right. Like why all these bowl commissioners and stuff make all this money as it is now, the the N C double A problem is totally separate from the playoff model and players getting paid and that needs to be handled in and of itself. You can't mix the two things up. It's funny. A lot of people in Oklahoma don't like this just because the last time they were in a playoff, they let Joe Burrow throw seven touchdown passes on him in the first half. So that's why they're just bitter about playoffs. It Oklahoma in general, It gives us parody, and I think it's college football fans who want to consume more football. This is exactly what we want more parody. More operatives of teas. Here comes a tease straight got Julius Caesar Gandhi. Andre Snellings in no order, That's next. This is the best week ever on ESPN radio and ESPN app. Hey, it screening is a huge weekend for the NBA playoffs will be back on Monday, recapping all that happened and how close one team is to an NBA championship. See you. Then it's greening starting 10 A.m., Eastern on ESPN Radio and ESPN plus.
Young Scores 36 Points, Hawks Finish Off Knicks in Game 5
"The Atlanta Hawks advance the second round of the NBA playoffs eliminating the New York Knicks one of three eighty nine in game five after an even first quarter the hawks to command in the second quarter taking the lead five minutes before half time and never giving it up the rest of the way Trae young Leonard lance again with thirty six points eighteen in the fourth quarter while adding nine assists as the hawks won their first playoff series in five years this feels good but I'm not satisfied and that's as far a distance and stick around and outside spot where we are I know where this team is capable of Clint capella contributed fifteen points along with fourteen rebounds Julius Randle led the Knicks with twenty three points and thirteen rebounds Tom Mariam New York
Fresh update on "julius" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Make promises in England a global action plan to prevent future pandemics. Concrete pledges on climate change A new framework to counter China's growing influence in the world can fulfill all of these rather high sounding objectives, either with or without a lot of money, I think remains to be seen economist Deanne Julius one. Departure of Donald Trump and the arrival of Joe Biden. The world's wealthy liberal democracies are once again singing from the same multilateral hymn sheet. Vicki Barker, CBS News London Now China is reacting to all the attention experts receiving at the meeting of Western leaders. China has been watching the so called G seven meeting of Western industrialized nations in Britain and does not like what it sees a Chinese diplomat in London, saying the days one global decisions were dictated by a small group of countries are long gone. That in response to a recurring theme at the G seven, with Western leader searching for a coherent response to China's growing economic and military rise over the past four decades, they are looking for ways to counter that. Tom Foodie. CBS NEWS Washington Israelis are responding to the change in leadership that takes place today as its parliament votes on turning Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu out of office. I'm really happy about the changing of the regime..
Young Leads Hawks to 113-96 Win Over Knicks, 3-1 Series Lead
"The hawks own a three games to one lead following their one thirteen ninety six rather the Knicks Trey young lit up the Knicks for twenty seven points and John Collins added twenty two despite taking a hard fell by Julius Randle stuff happens for stitches I got a memo over Lebanon you did most of my bottom lip a little bit you know I mean nothing really I can do at this point just gotta wait for it to heal but I'm going okay Atlanta led by four at halftime before shooting ten for nineteen in the third quarter to go ahead by seventeen Randall had twenty three points but shot just seven for nineteen leaving him a twenty seven percent from the field in the series R. J. Barrett finished with twenty one points and Derrick rose had eighteen for the Knicks who will try to stave off elimination at home on Wednesday I'm Dave Ferrie
Fresh "Julius" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Up onto the flatbed had a gun off the road off the Left side blocking two left lanes is the crash activity so state of the right as you make your way toward Route one. Ian Crawford. W T o p. Traffic forecast Now with Storm Team four Samara Theodore patchy fog to kick off the second half of our weekend. Now we are in for mostly sunny conditions throughout the day. But there's a chance for some showers and thunderstorms as we get closer to dinnertime and sunset High today will be in the mid eighties mid to upper eighties on Monday with another threat for showers and storms later in the day, But we should start today off fairly dry Tuesday. Highs will be in the low eighties with a slight chance for some showers and thunderstorms and then sunny conditions through the afternoon. By Wednesday. We've got tons of sunshine and drive very comfortable. High temperatures will be closer to 80 degrees a bit more mild and Thursday were sunny again with highs near 80 as we head through the end of the week. We're actually gonna keep the sunshine around. Now. Temperatures do shoot up to the upper eighties on Friday and near 90 by Saturday. Chance for storms returns on Saturday. I'm certainty before meteorologists Samara Theodore cool and comfortable outside right now. 69 degrees in Annapolis. It's 65 in Bristol. We've got 68 degrees in the Navy yard in southeast D. C. This is w t. O p Your source for today's top news, traffic and weather, always connected and constantly updated. W T O p never miss a moment. W T O P s TOP news is brought to you by van Meter Homes Find a home that's right for you at Van Meter Homes. Com. Good Sunday morning. I'm John Doman. Luke Luke. It is our producer. And just ahead. We expect to hear from President Biden later today as the G seven summit in England is wrapping up for capital Pride celebration full of cheer in downtown D. C. I'm Dick Uliano. It had 5 40 was a PROPUBLICA report about the taxes paid by a select group of Bill. There's really always made out to be. We'll go more in depth. W T o p News time. It's 5 31. It's day three of the G seven summit and at the leaders of the world 77 wealthiest democracies have to distill their talks in the one final, communicating a global action plan to prevent future pandemics. Concrete pledges on climate change A new framework to counter China's growing influence in the world can fulfill all of these rather high sounding of Detectives, either with or without a lot of money, I think remains to be seen. Economist Deanne Julius were expected to hear from President Biden at the close of the G seven summit. Then he's off to Windsor Castle to meet the queen and somewhat more intimate setting. Then Friday night's banquet from there, Mr Biden flies to Brussels for the upcoming NATO summit. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London While we wait to hear more from President Biden at the G seven, we will not be hearing from him after his looming sit down with Russia's leader. More from CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes, who's at the G seven. Looking ahead to next week, The White House announced that President Biden will not hold a press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin following their summit as his predecessor did at the last summit in.
Trae Young Leads Hawks Past Knicks 105-94
"Trae young fueled a twenty two five run that put the hawks in control by halftime of the one oh five ninety four win over the Knicks Atlanta outscored New York twenty nine thirteen in the second period to take a thirteen point lead young dazzled in his first home playoff game of his career scoring twenty one points and dishing out fourteen assists I really like the way we bounced back guys were hitting shots guys are playing with with smiles on their faces and energy and I mean it was a it is a competitive game and we just fought and it was good good to see he led seven hawks in double figures in scoring with Clint capella adding thirteen points and twelve rebounds Derrick rose poured in a game high thirty points for the Knicks but Julius Randle shot just two for fifteen while adding fourteen points and eleven boards game four is Sunday in Atlanta I'm Dave Ferrie
Fresh update on "julius" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"Uh, I wouldn't. I wouldn't want it, but they must see, I would rather have Julius Randle for me. I think Julius Randle's a sending player. I think Paul George is on the decline. And I would rather have the younger sending talent. Uh, obviously, Julius Randle is not a superstar yet, but he's so in You know a team in his first year that was primarily built around him. He can. You can ascend to that. I think In my case, I don't think Paul George is on the Ukraine air. Plus, I think he's got a massive ego, and he carries himself like a superstar. So I think that would just Wouldn't mesh well with the Knicks roster of young talent in tears, especially, I think he would clash, and I just don't think he would be a good figure, but they might. You know, the name calling is a head case in a heart beat. The Knicks would take them now, Um, what would the price be? Probably Barrett. And at least 11, maybe multiple ones. But I think the Knicks would do that in a heartbeat. I would to me It's just my opinion, and I'm just some schmuck that watching him..
Why I Love Rome
"Let's start the hour with three guides from rome. Who tell us what they love. Most about their city rome. It's the eternal city to one of the most romantic and popular destinations in the whole world but many visitors met with a harsh reality when they wander rooms. Ancient streets overcrowded sites chaotic. Urban seems unpredictable transit strikes. If you're not prepared. Rome can be a challenge. But many will agree with me that it's all worth it. Bernardo francesca russo and susanna perugini specialize in guiding american tourists around italy and. They've all made rome their home because they love their city. They join us now on travel. With rick steves to share their love of rome and share with us some tips on how we might enjoy it too you know. Francesca susannah bondar. Generate one so rome. I love history. And there's history every where you look. Francesca you're born and raised in rome. What's it like just to go to work. Surrounded by all that history. Sometimes i think about it that i can wait for the bus right by where julius caesar was stabbed to death. So i'm thinking that rome is a place where history goes from printed words on the page of a book to something. That's alive every minute of every day so you can feel it. Something had happened. Two thousand years ago happened right now. And there's layer after layer after layer. I mean there's like an archaeological dig isn't it but it's right before your very eyes. He has over two thousand years of history. Front is every single moment. Wherever you turn all at once pub is living in rome shape your outlook. I would say that most romans take it for granted. I think they gain a sense of how special the city is when they go elsewhere and they always find everything else so new so you become you become aware of how what it means to live with two thousand years of history once you leave it i think if you grow in it and you see coliseum every day when you drive to work in the sense you don't even see it any more than you might make a case that if you live in a land with very little with the shallow history. You don't appreciate history quite as much. i mean. The oldest building in my town is one hundred years old building a new town twenty times that could maybe if you live with things that are two thousand years old and every day i think you forget it and it just becomes something many conversations with my roman friends who say they've never been inside the coliseum where he could for take it for granted. Yeah but once you open their eyes to one thing then they understand and appreciate as well
Rose, Randle Rally Knicks Past Hawks to Tie Series at 1-1
"The Knicks even this opening round playoff series with the one oh one and ninety two win over Atlanta in front of over sixteen thousand in a frenzied Madison Square Garden trailing by twelve midway through the third Derrick rose and Julius Randle highlighted the nineteen the five run to put the Knicks ahead and that please rose who scored twenty six tickets went up and want to everything that we want to run a game fighting and scratching and clawing to get there come back and I'll get the lead and night up with when it shows a lot of shows fight the momentum continued in the fourth quarter as the next one up ten Reggie bullock added some key baskets Trae young again the target of screaming fans scored thirty points game three Friday night in Atlanta Mike thank you so New York
Ageless Wonder Mickelson Wins PGA to Be Oldest Major Champ
"Phil Mickelson has made history at the PGA championship becoming the oldest player to ever win a major title with a two shot victory other Brooks KEPCO and Louis is Tyson at fifty years and eleven months he is two years and seven months older than Julius Boros was when he won the PGA in nineteen sixty eight Mickelson survived the demanding of roller coaster day on the difficult kiwa island calls with a final round seventy three that was good enough in the end for a six under par total and the two shot victory it is his sticks by just success and comes eight years after his last I'm grandma goes
Atlanta Hawks-New York Knicks Series Preview
"Let's get to the four or five nacho. This one is interior. Going to be a lot more entertaining. Probably the one. Eight matchup gets underway. Knicks hawks sunday at seven pm eastern on live from madison square garden. The best place you could ever go to watch a basketball game. The knicks swept the season series. A couple of those games. You know nate. Mcmillan wasn't even the coach so they were earlier in the year but keys to the series before we get to our predictions for nick's hawks. Trade started on this one. Well i think. Julius randle has an opportunity and a strong chance at being the best player in this series. He was incredible against the hawks. During the year in three games he was over thirty points per game to forty point games. He had a game winning tip as well. Clearly i'm tap dancing right now. I'm trying to pull up these splits here. You know you mess around with your tabs so much during a show it just throws the was saying julius randle thirty seven points per game. Twelve rebounds six assists. He had the game winning tip as well. He dominated the hawks this season. There's no doubt about it. They just don't have a great matchup for him though. We'll talk about some things. They're gonna do a little bit later on. I'm sure but i do think randall is going to produce at the very least the question will be. Where do the knicks. Then get all of their other points. They've had some great shooting this season. They got five guys shooting better than forty percent i think. Derrick rose has a chance to have a really good series here but skeets. I was listening to your podcast with l g do set on the. I meant you were talking about guys. Who have tyler hero. Potential somebody to explode in the playoffs who also has a cool factor. Let me offer you. Rj barrett my pick for this season's tyler hero forty percent from three during the season. Hit some big shots late. He was at forty seven from three point line for the last two months of the season. He really heated up. the shot. seems real. And i don't know he seems like a bit of a cool customer after getting called out by anthony edwards gimme rj barrett to be the secondary star for the knicks in this series. Because they've got to figure out a way to get to basically one hundred points
2021 NBA Playoff & Finals Preview Special (Part 1) ft. NBA Insider Ron Obasi (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #15)
"Gonna talk a little bit. Lebron some nets you know. We're going to talk all that good stuff so the nba has been really wild. This season right. We've seen a lot of different teams. Come up like the knicks and a playoff team. They got julius randle. And derrick rose. Nick reduce the things you know. So they got the same record as the lakers. How crazy if twenty twenty one different. Wow we're going to play off. How do you feel about the season overall. Definitely some unexpected things Defending champs not being dominated this you injuries on the knicks avenue surprise only causing history. Usually say that there. S shit you. But but they're not as but you know the comes down to of greeting. When was the last time they want championship. I was like the sixties. Wasn't it like willis reed over the years. And they're supposed to be a premier franchise. Let me look at the notre quick to last time they won was in nineteen seventy three. Oh my goodness. That's almost fifty years ago. Knicks some trash and they only have to. How are they considered a premier franchise with two championships. Do we overlooked. This has every. Nba fan overlooked considering them premier because they play madison square garden. I'll just be kermit sipping my seventeen championship. T banh new york. You feel me like always better when you have never lost in la affluent. That's why i never expect seems to be trusted because the knicks have been transfer very long so happy not market drafted will. You wouldn't think they did. It also had to do with the front office putting ratio worldwide west. And leon rose there now. They've been putting together a good squad. I mean julius randle no one ever thought he was going to really blow up like this without. He pretty much reached the ceiling at this point but he has shown another level. So do you think you'd be began without people. Really saying every nominee i think is the most improved. Yes yes m or day. Inner jerry grows looking
Randle, Knicks Beat Celtics to Clinch No. 4 Seed in East
"The Knicks have wrapped up the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference with a ninety six ninety two win over the Celtics Julius Randle capped his all star season with twenty points seven rebounds and seven assists helping the Knicks finished forty one and thirty one R. J. Barrett chipped in twenty two points for York Boston cut a twenty one point deficit to three in the final minutes but nearly as Noel had two big block shots before Randall hit a free throw to close the scoring Jaafari Parker scored eighteen points for the playin down Celtics who led twenty four twenty three after one quarter but then shot four for twenty in the second I'm Dave Ferrie
Randle leads Knicks past Hornets in OT, tie Atlanta for 4th
"The next needed overtime to defeat the Hornets one eighteen one oh nine New York blew a seventeen point second half lead before Julius Randle led them in O. T. he put the Knicks ahead with a pair of free throws and set up new York's five baskets in the extra session three coming during a nine oh run Randall finished with a triple double of thirty three points thirteen assists and ten rebounds Reggie bullock added seventeen points in the next fifteen victory in nineteen games miles bridges for under sixteen of his thirty points during the Hornets third quarter surge but Charlotte dropped its fourth in a row I'm Dave Ferrie
Knicks Beat Clippers 106-100 Behind Rose and Bullock
"The next it dropped eight straight at staples center before Derrick rose scored twenty five points off the bench in new York's one oh six one hundred victory over the clippers in Los Angeles Reggie bullock chipped in twenty four points including five three pointers against his former team as the next state in possession of fourth place in the east Julius Randle finished with fourteen points and fourteen rebounds for the Knicks who have won twelve of their last fifteen Kawhi Leonard provided a team high twenty nine points for the clippers who are third in the west and the game ahead of the nuggets I'm Dave Ferrie
Randle, Rose lead Knicks to win over Grizzlies
"Julius Randle scored twenty points and Derrick rose at a twenty five on eleven fifteen in the next twelve win in their last thirteen games one eighteen one oh four at Memphis R. J. Barrett added fifteen points for New York which guaranteed itself a winning season for the first time in eight years the Grizzlies received five technicals in a span of eighteen seconds to seal the loss the next room a one and a half games ahead of the hawks were fourth in the east and home court advantage in the first round Dillon Brooks scored twenty five for Memphis what rookie Desmond bane added twenty two for the Grizzlies who drop to ninth in the west I'm the ferry
Knicks extend winning streak to 9, beat Raptors 120-103
"It's now a nine game winning streak for the next after Julius Randle led them to a one twenty one oh three win over the raptors Randall delivered thirty one points and ten rebounds for the Knicks who are on their longest winning streak since a thirteen game run during the twenty twelve thirteen season Randall had twenty points by halftime before New York broke it open R. J. Barrett had twenty five points and twelve boards to help the next take a firmer grip on fourth place in the Eastern Conference we have a lot of a lot more to accomplish and everybody's a big family here everybody loves each other and and wants to see each other on each other to succeed so our we're gonna continue grinding every single day to to get better and continue winning Fred vanvleet and OG Anunoby each scored twenty seven points for the raptors I'm Dave very
"julius" Discussed on The Jump
"Nineteen there. Was this hope in new york. The knicks that they could get k. D. that they could get kyri irving The received this fleeting helper. Or maybe even co why. And i think as it got closer to july first june thirtieth so i can't imagine when you think back to that night and the knicks signed a few free agents with you like that. You heard the word savior anywhere like. Hey we've got our savior. Did you hear that anywhere here that night. No absolutely not and You know talking to my agent. Aaron was one of the things that you know. We had talked about We relied you know. Be prepared like you know. They're not going to get those guys. your son and heir be prepared for was about to come with the And you know obviously the whole perception was disappointed to sign the guys that are that they obviously thought that they were gonna saw but for me I loved it. You know because. I knew the challenge. I was taken all From the very beginning. And i knew it was gonna be easy. You build something from the ground up. No it's not gonna be easy but For me mentally. I know how work on a prepare myself and i knew i'll be prepared ready for challenge or whatever it was. I thought it was interesting. You mentioned your your agent. Aaron mentioned in your contract and bobby marks was tweeting about this the other night. you know. you've got a couple bonuses in there that you put in right at the beginning one four one for making all star team. You hit that one. The other was for about a million dollars for making the playoffs when which was a long way from the playoffs when you walked in the door. Yeah those those are two tudor bonuses So like you said we hit while we need the other one too. You're you're right there. And when you think about your career. Julia sin getting drafted into la when that franchise was was down. Kobe was at the end. And it was you and the ngelo russell were the two young lottery picks that were there that we're going to be the center of that team and you went through hard times there. You go on to new orleans. But this year with this team and sort of connecting with tom tivo does it. Feel to you like right time right place. Right coach for you absolutely A lot of things of came into came like full circle. Honestly won't lot to goes Like last year was definitely a new challenge. I was accepted but still man like banks. Hit you from all different kinds of places That you're not always going to be prepare for In that's will happened to me You know our our my butt off i was. I was ready for but at the end of the day You know when you're not winning and you're not playing you're best basketball is tough and Always go back say as co full circle is really crazy because Always go back. It was one night. I was going through. I was really upset. Is really started beginning. This season really upset and At the restaurant My agent aaron aaron. He actually called me. He was like mental coming down there to see a really liked calling on my age is really like family like how we operate. But he's like. I'm coming down there to see So he comes down there to see me. It's me is Elford because the client. It's him Can you pay because kentucky playing in new york during that time with alan until is leon in his west and this is like this is like november december. So this is how crazy it is so we're talking. Read the restaurant like they see on down there trying to pick me down there trying to talk to me like what is it that you see. What is it that you had your phillip. What do you see on the court. What was going on telling them telling all things like. I'm complaining probably white males august. Do you know. I'm telling them every day on light it was what's really bothering me and You know west really took it to heart in fast for six seven eight months later they really take it to heart and they came out like they save me honestly in a sense because leon suck job in not too far law western job with them and West call me. He's like yo what do you. What do you need to be an all star. What do you need to to lead the team and One of the days are told him was a a really a you. Nanako chan to your coach to hold me accountable on either coast to push me So tibbs comes in the picture. Then they bring. Kp along who was at the dinner as well and Is really is like. I say it really just comes full circle because he know a year ago at the start of the season like you know it was tough. Now you know you bring in a lot of things the league or about situation thereby and all that type of stuff all this. The really conifer me came together as far as coaching opportunity The tame and what everybody else is doing how we believe in each other as everybody minus You know is great ma when you say. I want to coach to hold me accountable. What does that mean to you. Julius for me it's about winning So you know you as players you know that in a league you got a lot of freedom you know under certain situations and You know one of the things that i did last summer on. The segel's overlooked almighty. You know. I didn't want to. But i lived there my tape in a lot of things you realize like you look like you're getting away with certain things that you shouldn't be getting away with or you're not maybe being coached away that you should be as far as like pushing me. You know what i mean. And that's what i'm solely on us. Lots of west. Like i want to coach. Who's really will hold us all accountable for you know every night that we step out there on court that winning is the most important and That's really what this team is about. Light no matter was going all throughout this season. You guys down from injury You know the schedule tough whatever. It is whatever stone thrown at us. We always say. Find a way to win. And that's really what it's about for us. It's about finding away so You know. I just wanted to coast. That was going to push us. Hold us accountable that winnings the first thing and no other no other agendas because we know that like in this league when you win everything goes up. Everybody's value goes. Everybody looks better when you're winning. So that's really what i was really wanted. Small businesses have always shown an incredible ability to adapt innovate and survive even more so this past year..
Knicks Rally Late, Top Pelicans in OT for 6th Win in Row
"The next picked up their sixth straight win is Julius Randle had thirty three points and ten assists and one twenty two one twelve overtime decision over the pelicans Forsman you tell me your wins took care of home court no one on the road to corrosion I'll come back home and take care of home court against Derrick rose added twenty three points and came up with big plays down the stretch rose had the assist on Reggie bullock's three pointer with two point three seconds left in regulation blocked the pelicans last shot in regulation and then opened overtime with a steal and a lay up to give New York the lead for good it's the next longest winning streak since an eight game run in twenty thirteen fourteen signed Williamson had thirty four points and nine rebounds in his first career game at Madison Square Garden I'm Dave Ferrie
Lakers Fall to Knicks as Turnover Problems Persist
"My goodness they put on a passage clinic tonight in how not to throw a post-entry pass. They threw the ball everywhere but where it needed to go in that was sure frustrating. Yeah, and you know the Knicks they are they are incredible defensive team actually and you know, it's kind of it's it's nice to see Julius Randle playing so well off the same time. You don't like to see him. Obviously, you know, this was the Julius Randle Revenge game. We had kind of made reference to that in a really kind of turned into that. But yeah, as far as the big man Montrezl Harrell Draymond Green were effectively almost neutered and I I mean, I texted one point Rez looked like he was getting abused by Taj Gibson, you know, and you know, they were they just thought I'd like to you know, one point in me if the games to Lance was doing commentary. I don't know if you got that version, but I wouldn't like to see if the Lakers went really small to counteract the what they were doing on the interior, but then right after school and said that actually Frank Vogel decided to bring Casal and so for mantra so they went the the other route blood no matter what we looking at the page. Whole game I'm I personally I know a lot of people might be upset. But I personally am giving the Lakers actually a pass on this one and
Randle Leads Knicks Over Lakers and Back Above .500
"Former Lakers Julius Randle at the next one eleven ninety six victory over the LA Lakers Randle scored thirty four points and pulled down ten rebounds to lead Yorkshire third straight win in the last four nights this one against the defending champs who played again without the injured lebron James Anthony Davis who's who's always going through the emotions in the last two games of the plan well you know beach Ronald blubber control arm it's always a feel good when point guard Elfrid Payton scored twenty points was backup Derrick rose added fourteen the next only billion defense forced twenty four Laker turnovers and held only to forty points over the second and third quarters when they took command of the game Dennis Schroder scored twenty one points to top Los Angeles I'm Tom Mariam
Knicks rally late, snap Grizzlies' 4-game win streak in OT
"R. J. Barrett during the tie breaking three pointer with at one fifteen left in overtime and finished with twenty points as the Knicks ended the Grizzlies four game winning streak one thirty three one twenty nine Alec Burks had nine of his nineteen in O. T. and Julius Randle recover from a scoreless first half to finish with fifteen points eleven assists and ten rebounds his fifth triple double of the season John Moran scored twenty six points and Dillon Brooks at twenty three for the Grizzlies who were trying to complete a perfect four game road trip to the Eastern Conference the wind keeps the next one game behind the Celtics for seventh place in the east I'm Dave Ferrie
"julius" Discussed on Book of Basketball 2.0
"Trade me. where he bo puts them on the black cells. Dr j. to the sixers for three million and then dockets three and a half million for six years to be. That's that or kareem forcing trade from the bucks to the lakers. That's like those. Are the two guys who start with jerry. What did he get he got. He got a raise three and a half million for six years so he was getting six million for some reason. Why did he put. I thought it was sale. Throwing the sale he got six million dollars heating three of it. The bread bogue at three of it just for selling all. I didn't know that. Yeah that's awesome but he did put six on his uniform. For that reason he days million dollar man with that was that was this big thing on television then when it was so sad when he for a new yorker a long island kid that he left the nets. We're not going to save that. Because i have a whole thing about that. Okay fourth thing you need to know docks. I five phillies seasons much whacker than remembers. He landed on the wrong team as we remember The coaching and the defense and the nba was just better than the aba. Where teams are like. Okay cool that guy is not really reliable from twenty. We're just gonna lay off them. Sink into the lane. Make it impossible from the dunk. There is a ton of good small forwards at the time. Walter davis bernard king dantley dandridge havlicek berry wilkes keenan. Bobby jones bird. Dominique just keeps going He lost five straight playoff series in his nba prime. In which bobby gross said seventy seven basically does does draw with him. The guy in the boys. Yes he gets out. Played by bob dandridge and seventy eight or saying he loses the head to heads he lost heads. He got outplayed by bobby dangers. Seventy eight larry. Keenan does plato drawn seventy nine. Jamaa played him to a draw. Nineteen eighty in the. That's why is he played him to thing. And then larry bird beat the really freedom eighty one so there is also thing where his knees. He's having a lot issues. A sore knees and in march seventy nine s iran story called. Hey what's up with the dock. Which mailed to you. Yes which has excerpts like he is merely julius erving a twenty nine year old six foot. Six sore needs struggling forward search to find his place on mediocre second-placed. People wanted that story on. This was like a hatchet job story know of like well it was still are not. It was still a residue of this idea that the nba was the real thing and the area was garbage. Yeah it was resited without and i you know like you. I love any kind of time at a guy. Like julius could say fuck you and then go win the title. It's like i'm washed up while i'm gonna go in an nba title. I washed my now. Right there's a quote in here from al bianchi. His former virginia coach julius to take off and sore. I mean really sore. And that's the sad part is seeing now. The dot can't fly no more and then an unnamed. Mba coach said. I don't know if it's the big contract point discuss concern of his longevity or just said he's burned out and can't do nightly anymore but dr jay's not the player we once knew the electricity isn't there The guy's been on vacation for three years. Somebody who has been masquerading number six. He's played to forty percent tops. The ability show me about that article or the other one. You sent the hatchet you all the. But then there's these. Julius quotes we kinda takes himself the task in a way that like no player now would write jewish like well. I was trying to do too much or i didn't understand i shouldn't go out on the wing and just shoot seven jumpers. Because he like he does a really honest accounting of why he thought the transition was heart. And maybe like he should have been more selfish and be. Yeah but you read that piece like oh. He actually understands the secret. He's trying to your secret. He's trying to get everybody else his point. I was trying to say about the fact that they did go to the playoffs for years and he did win a championship. Yeah 'cause you think about so so let's say he was the third best player on that team. We you're talking late in his career that he threw six sixers stamp. But even so think about the way. You'd like to talk about. Kyra i mean. Think about the way. Doc could have as the third best player but the most famous and the legend thing about how he could have made sure they didn't win a champion fan. Threatened by moses decided. No no no. It's my team. Give me the basketball right. And we're going to block the trade. He could've done a million but but even in the games in the situation he could have done a million things to change the way that went out of ego yet and he didn't the fifteen needs to know. There is a farewell tour for dr j. and it was long and there were gifts at every stop and people really love this guy and they had only known him you know he'd been in the nba for eleven seasons but he was incredibly popular. And i think havlicek had this a little bit. I think it was boston. I'm not sure if it was in the other cities as much but this was the first guy who could really have a farewell tour the nba or every city felt some sort of connection to him and Unfortunately led to cream's farewell tour. Two years later we all had to go through the motions. Pretend we're going to miss them. I loved grab. I get visiting but for the moment. Magic gave him a hug. I felt he was a new guy and i loved him. What's age the best for doc. Stuff we mentioned. We did not mention him as an in game dunker. We didn't mention a couple of his dogs. But this is a really special group for me. It's basically dr j. Dominique michael jordan shawn kemp vince. Carter blake griffin zyban. Maybe two or three others. That i'm probably forgetting. But dawkins was not a great player. But dawkins was unbelievable in game docker. I'm i'm not talking about dunks i am talking about. There's somebody there. Yeah i know. Yeah i guess talk and should be on there. There's somebody near the basket. Instead of just dunking. I'm going to go out of my way to dunk on this guy. And this is my favorite thing about dominique. Here's like oh there's a live body conduct on and doc was the first guy. I don't even think. Connie hawkins was like an dunk on you guy. I don't know because we never got to see him Another one would say the best diver gets dunked on. Have you ever gotten really dunked on. I don't think i really. I've always always smart enough to get the fi- my first intramural game in college. I got really dunked on and it was such a rude awakening. I got hammered. Dunk dodd right in my face. Like the guy if the guy's waste was literally like in my face and he just threw it down. The ball bounced off my head screenwriter. Yeah being on the receiving end of that is just awful on a say another would say a best. Docs nineteen seventy four. Where he became basketball's most exciting player legitimate box office dry. When mvp playoffs mvp got an endorsement deal with dr pepper. Grace the cover of sports illustrated march fifteenth. It was him dunking with the headline. What's up doc. Jay mid seventies public Another would say the best never gets credit for being the nba's first businessmen. Some magic johnson is just stolen this as like no. Mba forever thought to do this before me. And it's like. There's a nineteen eighty-one sports illustrated story. Would you can go read. Dad's built around part of it's built around dhaka's wants to be more than a basketball player and it says they're doing an interview with them. It says the president of the urban group while sitting in a corner of the holding company's newest property the doctor shoe salon inelegant high fashion boutique near philadelphia's exclusive sidehill. So he really was the first guy who's set sane himself. I'm news all this capital built here to try to move over here. And.
"julius" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"The morning started slowly for Caesar. The march was an important religious holiday for the Romans. As well as the day to settle debts he had plenty to do yet. Couldn't even seem to get started instead. He had to endure. A deluge of ominous warnings and paranoid whispers. His doctors worried. He would soon have a dizzy spell and collapse. His friends claimed there was a conspiracy against him. Even his wife help. Hernia harangued him to stay at home claiming she'd had frightening dreams of his violent demise. Luckily he was saved by his friend. And Confidante Decima Brutus. Brutus wave away. Help complaints and the rumors of revolt as idle gossip. The Senators had invited Caesar to the theatre hoping to honor him with a gladiatorial if he turned them down over a strange dream. They'd be insulted. Brutus and Caesar then made the long walk Caesar's home to the theater of pompey constructed by his ally turned nemesis. Hoppy the great though Caesar had mixed feelings about the general he admired pompiers legacy. The theater was the first of its kind and featured a breathtaking manicured garden complete with hand. Sculpted water pieces. But Caesar didn't get much chance to admire the scenery that day instead brutus ushered him into the Curia. A small room near the entrance to the theater inside. Dozens of senators were waiting. He'd hardly sat down. When one lucious Tilles CIMBER approached him lucious begged Caesar to allow his exiled brother who blessed to come home to Rome. Caesar refused to consider the matter but lucious would not be easily dismissed. He pleaded with Caesar to let Pugliese. Return even clawing at Caesar's Toga and grasping his shoulders. As Lucius spoke the other senators started to crowd Caesar lending their support to lucious and babbling about their own pet projects. Finally a stunned and annoyed. Caesar cast lucious away proclaiming. Why this is violence. The moment was exactly what another Senator Casca was waiting for with. Caesar's is on Lucius. Casca drew a dagger from his Toga and rusted. At Caesar's neck landed only a shallow cut and in an instant. Caesar spun around and grabbed. Casco's arm ever the Kool military man. Caesar remained calm and held casca firmly at his mercy but CASCA had only been the first strike and it was impossible for Caesar to stop all his enemies as he started to question. Casca he felt a white hot pain explode across his back then. Another then another. He was stabbed twenty three times as he lay covered in blood. There's some dispute about his last words. Several sources claim. He didn't say anything one claims. He covered his face with his Togo when he saw his friend. Brutus had joined in the assassination another state. Caesar addressed Brutus you to child. It was this version adapted by Shakespeare. To et Tu Brute then Fall Caesar which has reigned supreme in the public consciousness since then but the fall of Caesar was only the first step in the conspirators quest to seize power a quest which would eventually lead to the total collapse of the Roman republic coming up. We discuss the aftermath of Julius Caesar's assassination and the imminent civil war high listeners. I'm excited to announce that CRIME JUNKIES FLOWERS. A new podcast original series. I think you'll really enjoy. It's called supernatural with Ashley. Flowers and you can find brand new episodes every Wednesday. We all know that most mysteries can be solved by looking at the facts but sometimes the facts don't lead to a logical explanation and the truth lies somewhere in the unknown in supernatural with Ashley. Flowers Ashley takes a deep dive into the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences each week. She'll dig into a different crime or mystery where the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional from exorcisms to unsolved murders to alien abductions. Ashley will take on. The tails challenged the unexplained and dissect the facts with a heavy helping of skepticism and rationale. So are you ready to get to the bottom of history's most peculiar events? Follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story on March Fifteenth Forty four BC. Roman leader. Julius Caesar was stabbed in the back by his political enemies immediately following his death the conspirators ran throughout Rome proclaiming that the dictator was dead and that the city was free. The reaction was not exactly what they expected. Though Caesar had been a dictator he was immensely popular among the lower classes of the city. He also had support from a vast portion of his veteran forces. The all rallied behind mark. Antony an ally of Caesar who had tried to stop the assassination. Antony said about consolidating his position as the remaining conspirators slipped out of Rome and built armies of their own but Antony's progress was slowed when he learned Cesar had left the bulk of his fortune to his eighteen year. Old Grand Nephew and adopted son Octavius after struggling amongst themselves octavius. Antony eventually formed an alliance together. They set out to face the armies of the so called liberators who supported the assassination of Caesar. The liberators were led by. Brutus and Cassius two of the men who had killed Caesar in forty two BC. Antony and Octavius set sail and attacked the army of the liberators near the Grecian city of Philip Pie. Both armies were of similar size. But Antony and octavius forces were better rested into battles the Roman forces vanquished the liberators. Thousands of soldiers were killed and both Cassius and brutus died by suicide to prevent their capture with that. The civil war ended but the struggle for power continued as the Roman empire was divided between octavius. Mark Antony and Lapidus who had been Caesar's master of Horse in the ensuing years octavius strengthened his position in the western regions of the empire. While Antony did the same in the east intermittent conflict erupted between the two over the years but things did not truly come to a head again until thirty three. Bc that year civil war looked imminent once more. Antony allied with Cleopatra in Egypt. Named Caesar and Cleopatra's son the true heir of Caesar Octavius couldn't stand to have his status as Caesar's heir threatened in thirty two B. C. E. He rallied the Senate to his side and declared war against Cleopatra and Antony the resulting conflict ended in Antony's final defeat in thirty BC. He died in Cleopatra's arms with almost all of octavius. As enemies gone he was left to acquire supreme power for himself. He eventually took on the name. Caesar Augustus and ushered in an era known as the principal. The principal mark the beginning of a time where Rome was ruled by a single emperor formally ending the Roman Republic. Though Augusta says later rule would usher in the POX Romana A- period of peace his efforts to concentrate political power likely contributed to the eventual fall of the empire heralded as a power mad dictator by his assassins. Julius Caesar would have likely founded amusing that these same assassins ensured the death of the Republic in life and in death. Caesar played a pivotal role in the trajectory of the empire and his murder became the quintessential symbol of betrayal at the hands of one's friends a backstabbing a symbol. That will continue to persist for Millennia..
"julius" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Forty seven year old. German. Ex-pat Bernard Julius Otto Kuhn stood before an American military tribunal in Honolulu Hawaii. A jury of uniformed officers. I'd him from the bench as the judge announced his sentence for spying on. Us military operations and sharing that Intel with the Japanese Bernard coon was condemned to death by firing squad. Court was adjourned. Bernard maintained his composure despite the crushing sentence but the next day he got news that cracked his stony facade his twenty two year old stepdaughter ruth. Coon was also going to be tried on charges of espionage. And if the truth came out Bernard knew that she would be sentenced to death as well. The journey to this moment began back in nineteen thirty. Five when Bernard coon was a man on the rise. In Germany a respected veteran from World War One Bernard was also a medical doctor who hobnobbed with many high ranking Nazis. The doctor's own attributes however often paled next to those of his fifteen year old step daughter. Ruth she was bright beautiful and adventurous traits that endeared her to many of Bernard's acquaintances to his dismay. They even attracted the notice of Minister of propaganda. Yosef Gobbles Bernardino knew that goebbels was a married man not to mention more than twenty years older than his stepdaughter yet. He felt he could do nothing to deny such a powerful figure ruth. Meanwhile thought she bagged a major catch and being a fifteen year old. Couldn't help but tell everyone about her love affair with the powerful Nazi. This was a mistake. It made her and by extension the whole coon family a matter of national concern goebbels. Young lover was embarrassing and potentially a liability in mid nineteen thirty five bear. Narda was informed that the fatherland needed his service in Honolulu Hawaii. It was four years before World War Two but the Germans were already looking to form an alliance with Japan. The Japanese intern were seeking ways to expand their empire and they needed light skinned English speakers in Hawaii to get them information. Although Barnard did speak English. He probably knew that wasn't why he'd been given the job. He and his family were being shipped off to keep ruth away from Joseph Goebbels Turning Down. The job was not an option. He arrived on the islands in the summer of Nineteen thirty five with his wife six year. Old Son and Ruth Bernhard claim to be a linguist studying Japanese and Hawaiian culture. Ruth find a place for herself as Bernard's helper a bright young woman interested in regional history together father and stepdaughter traveled all over Hawaii. Getting the lay of the land for Germany's Japanese friends. The thrill of spying was incredible. Especially for adventurous young ruth. She became addicted to the game and she hungered for more. She started attending dances at naval clubs. All over the island and made friends with a number of officers who she coquettish questioned about their bases their schedules and their orders. Everything she learned she passed onto Bernard in turn he related the Intel to the Japanese consulate and collected their pay the Intel Ruth and Bernard collected so impressed their allies that around nineteen forty one. They were summoned to meet Japan's Vice Counsel Oto Jiro Khuda Okuda told the father stepdaughter team that his country needed detailed information on the movements of the American fleet. In and around Pearl Harbor Ruth was confident they could deliver the goods. She'd recently gotten engaged to an American naval officer and she was certain that she could charm him into telling her anything the Japanese wanted to know. Bernard on the other hand wasn't comfortable with the mission as a former intelligence officer he knew kind of data was sometimes used to plan an attack and if the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor his family would be endangered in more ways than one. Ruth however was determined to complete the assignment. She negotiated the fee herself. Forty thousand dollars for the Intel. Almost seven hundred thousand dollars today. Bernard couldn't say no coming up the consequences of Bernard and roots actions podcast listeners. We realized that there are a lot of par- cast chose to choose from each day and sometimes not enough time to sort through them all in our new feed podcast daily we filter through your favorite podcast series to highlight the most timely and relevant episode premiering. Each day every Monday through Friday. Discover in new and captivating episode curated specifically for you. That's one new episode from our slate of content handpicked with you in mind. Time is precious. And we've got you covered. Follow podcast daily free on spotify or wherever. You get your podcasts. You can check out more. Podcast shows and a full library of episodes in spotify by searching for par cast in the spotify search bar or by going to spotify dot com slash podcast. Now back to the story in nineteen forty one. German National Bernard Koon and his stepdaughter ruth provided Japan with intelligence on the movements of the American Fleet in and around Pearl Harbor for hefty fee. The consequences would be devastating on Sunday December seventh nineteen forty one bear. Narda rose early to take his son Hans to Sunday school on his way back to their Pearl Harbor home. He heard planes droning overhead. Then there were flashes of light above the harbor next AH BOOM AND PLUMES OF SMOKE. This was the result of their Intel. Japan was destroying the fleet thereby pulling the US into World War. Two that meant the Americans would soon be knocking on the Kuhn family door. They're not had an outlet coordinated with the Japanese in preparation for just this sort of emergency. He and his family would flee to Tokyo where new lives awaited them but it would only work if they could get off the island immediately amidst the chaos of the bombing which it turned out. They couldn't less than a day later. American officials barged into the Kuhn's home vice counsel Khuda had attempted to burn incriminating documents at the consulate. But they'd stopped him just in time among the paperwork they retrieved was a detailed report of Bernard. And Ruth's intelligence Bernard immediately claimed responsibility. He told officials that he did all the work himself and that his family knew nothing about it unconvinced. The Americans took Bernard Ruth and Friedel into custody up on February twenty first nineteen forty two less than three months after the bombing bear. Nord was tried by a military tribunal. He was found guilty of espionage and condemned to death by Musket. Fire a dark end but at first Bernard felt. This was a win. Surely if he was being sentenced to death it meant. They blamed him for the espionage. Naught Ruth however the next day he found that his stepdaughter was to be tried as well at last. He lost his composure. Bernard begged US intelligence officers to set ruth free claiming she was nothing more than an innocent young woman at first his audience remained unmoved. But then Bernard offered to tell them everything he knew. At which point they became very interested. Indeed we don't know exactly what Bernard told American officials behind closed doors. But we do know that. Shortly after this conversation Ruth and Friedel were released from custody they were sent to an internment camp to wade out the remainder of the war when it ended in nineteen forty five. They were deported to Germany. As for Bernard. His sentence was mercifully reduced from execution to fifty years hard labour after thirteen years in. Us custody he was ultimately sent back to his family and a Post War Germany. To face the aftermath of the war he had helped put into motion..
"julius" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Result all the same and yet you still had the assassins killed well yes murder is murder a crime no matter the victim surely you I would agree. You are ruthless man Cesar. There's no other way for Caesar to be. You are welcome to stay in the palace if you choose to stay in Egypt for a while. Thank you I look forward to delving into many more of Egypt spudis and treasurers and thus began a legendary a romance between Julius Caesar and Queen Cleopatra When Cleopatra and her brother went to war against each other it was her alliance with Caesar. That turned the tide title battle. Caesar's armies quickly installed Cleopatra as the Sole Pharaoh of Egypt Cleopatra and Caesar never married or really made the relationship public although it was the worst kept secret and all of Rome. Cleopatra was a constant visitor of Caesar's villa. It wasn't hard to connect the dots. The two of them did likely have a son together and end up until Caesar's death they were in love. No one in Rome. Ever took Caesar to task for having a romance with Cleopatra while he was still married in Rome it wasn't considered sittard adultery. If the relationship was with a person of a foreign land another reason for Caesar getting away with it was that now he was a completely beloved leader of the Roman People Camman he had to have some enemies obviously but instead of conscripting them like Sola had done in his youth. Caesar pardoned them all. He kept all his enemies alive. Live how is that a good idea. Well after he took out the last of pompey's supporters around the outskirts of the Roman Empire. Caesar returned to Rome in initially made peace with everyone. He could with him not killing anyone else. Everyone was comfortable with Caesar's rule no one really opposed him and he was made dictator with pretty much. No no issues. Well not everyone was comfortable with Caesar. There were some that found the celebration of Caesar's return in very poor taste as it was Romans. He defeated not foreign born invaders in any case. Caesar kept his dictatorship this time around and began to enact sweeping changes. Caesar never allowed the images of his youth to escape him and he realized that since the days of Marius and Solas war that the Roman republic had been in a state of constant anarchy and that the power struggle between the consoles the Senate and the triumphs would only serve to contribute to the fall of Rome so he established a new constitution in hopes of restoring the government into a strong unit Senate and in hopes of uniting all of Rome's various territories into a single cohesive empire. Caesar went to work passing nonstop legislation that he felt helped worked towards his new goal. He took a new census. In order to lessen the tax and green burden placed upon the people he restructured debt and rewarded families. Who bore many children hoping to quickly repopulate Rome? After so many wars his longest lasting legacy was the restructuring of the calendar. He took inspiration from the adoption. Calendar which was based upon the sun and added three months to account for difference and season the Julian calender made its debut on January first forty five BC e and it basically is the calendar. We still use today on the most important decision at the time. And the one that directly led to Caesar's downfall was the changes he made made to the Senate from here on out. I and I alone will make all decisions. That will have an impact on our great empire. You are all Welcome to come in and debate the matter as you wish but all laws all matters of state will come by my hand. This this is betrayal. This goes against all that room stands for. This is for everything that Rome stands for. This is a rebirth of this great city. This great empire after years of you fools wasting our time and money and arguments and civil war. It is time time someone rose to the occasion to return Rome to its original splendor and that person is Julius. Caesar Yeah Yeah. Remember those people that weren't too happy with the celebration of Caesar's return it was mostly the Senate and the Senate saw the republic crumbling before their eyes and they knew they had to act and act fast. So as you probably remember from reading your Shakespeare in high school many of the senators including Caesar's trusted general brutus conspired it to murder Caesar and restore the Senate's power. Once you may not know is that Shakespeare wasn't creating fiction when he wrote about the soothsayer warning. Caesar of the ides heads of March. Beware the ides of March. In fact Caesar allegedly had plenty of warning before his assassination. According to legend a bird flew into into the hall of Pompeii just days before the murder took place and tore a Laurel branch to pieces as if POMPEII had come back to devise the death of his enemy and a friend friend had said that one of his horses wandered off and began to cry signifying. A great death was about to occur and even a few months before a tomb in the Roman colony of Capela Capela was opened and allegedly one of the vases inside was inscribed with a warning that Italy would pay great price if the tomb was ever disturbed it basically the entire universe was trying to warn Caesar of this great tragedy some Roman historians questioned. Why Caesar didn't take more heed? These warnings some some theorize that Caesar knew he was growing ill and did not care if he died soon or that he knew that his death would only further his 'cause we're all others theorized that Caesar was was buying into his own hype and that he was a god who couldn't be touched on March fifteenth forty four BC. One of the most notable and famous deaths in all of history occurred but fate tried to intervene one more time. Marc Anthony. Why what's the rush rush? Have no time for your games drew bonus and must make it to the Senate floor before but Anthony. They've already in the middle of their meeting interrupt. Them would not be wise. You don't understand. They're they're going to. Oh no not on this to Trapani. It's too late Anthony by now. Dita's it's done. It is for the best of this public. There's nothing you can do you monsters. You fail to realize what you're doing you are starting let me through. Now it's useless. There is nothing you can do to save him. Don't make yourself an enemy. You not an enemy for killing an innocent man in cold blood. Let me go. Let me go. Hello Mark Antony would fail to reach Caesar and time ignorant of what was to come. Caesar's stepped into the Senate chambers and never again stepped out you to my child. Julius Caesar was dead at the age of fifty five but as much as the Senate tried couldn't quiet the legacy of Caesar their air conspiracy would fail the Roman people who had taken a liking to Caesar would revolt against the Senate mark. Antony would lead Caesar's loyal soldiers into war against against the last vestiges of the republic. The Roman Empire had begun. Caesar's adoptive son Gas Octavius. Augustus would eventually become Rome's I emperor Julius Caesar looked his whole life to leave a legacy and to bring greatness to the Caesar name and I would say he was pretty successful at it. It's hard to put into words. Exactly what Caesar's legacy is it expands far beyond what we can ever imagine. He began the Roman Empire helping to spread Rome's influence influence and intellect around the globe. He is the iconic image of the dictator one of the earliest examples of the cult of personality and inspired people such as Napoleon and Mussalini to practice their own form of caesarian rule. But the fact that Julius Caesar is one of history's most famous names and that we are. We're still talking about him here and now says much about Julius legacy than anything else could he wanted to be remembered and he truly.
"julius" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Took a great interest in Caesar most likely as a favor Tamari us and took him under his wing during his time in power sin is noted as a man who easily made a tyranny looked like democracy wonder if that will come back up and Caesar's lifetime Senate Zinta thought so highly of the young Julius Caesar that he allowed him to marry his daughter. wait what happened to Cassia well as the Fleming dials Caesar was required required to marry into the upper class and although Cassia was wealthy she was still a member of what was essentially the middle class at the time. Also the law required Caesar to break off off his relationship with his bride. Indeed Cassuto was left in the dust and Caesar was married to Cornelia the daughter of CINNA. So Caesar's plan to get power through. Marriage still was successful just not in the way he expected. Cornelia and Cesar had a single child together. Julia and Caesar seemed happy. It seems Ed kept his promise to make a better life than his father but then came the sulay problem of course word reached Sela of all the machinations happening in Rome. He Still Jill how to defeat mithra dates but in the back of his mind he was always thinking of his return to Rome. After claiming Roman Victory Solo rushed through two days of peace negotiations nations and didn't even contact the Senate about terms highly irregular but Sola was determined to save Rome Sela and Senna's armies engaged in a bloody battle but the sheer power of the Solas army alongside sin is death at the hands of a mutiny. Meant Solo was again victorious. Sola appointed himself indefinite dictator in immediately went to work dismantling the regime. Marius had begun. Sola and his men destroyed statues dug up Marris's corpse and threw it into into the river and took away the power of Marris's allies which included Caesar's position as the Flam dials sees. You understand stand that I can strip you of your inheritance your wife's inheritance and you'll position as the high priest of Jupiter. I would guess I don't. We'll have much of a choice in the matter. You are a smart boy. You will lose all this but you can choose to save your own life. Oh you would be so kind of course you would think me to be a savage. Your Life can be spared if you choose to divorce Cornelia Anelia know what you can take away my power my money my pride my life but you cannot take away that which is personal final to me. Do you not understand the position. You are in boy. Oh I understand. I understand that you're scared of the power that I may yet hold. I hold holds all the power here. That's what you think. This is an act of treason against the dictator of Rome. Know that your life has ended. Caesar and it is by your own hand. Caesar's defiance of Sola was shocking to the new regime. And the first sign of Caesar's Brash side Sela officially really put out a prescription for Caesar not long afterwards proscription was basically a means of the state approving the murder of person but one had defined the approved victim victim. I and no one could find the condemned. Julius Caesar meanwhile the Family and Friends of Caesar who mostly and conveniently were Sala supporters pleaded pleaded with Sela to keep the young Caesar alive even the vestal virgins declared that it would be a mistake in the eyes of the gods to murder him now. That's a big endorsement on your resume. Eventually Solo was calmed down and he canceled the proscription on Julius. Caesar have your own way in. Take him only bear in. Mind that the man you are so eager to save will one day deal the death blow to the cause of the aristocracy which you have joined with me in upholding for in this. Caesar there exists many Mary. Is's Caesar could now breathe a sigh of relief. He was safe from now. Caesar didn't exactly see Sela as a trustworthy guy he still was on the warpath of taking down Maurice's previous allies. There was nothing to indicate that Sola wouldn't reverse his pardon on Caesar if he sneezed the wrong way so Caesar and his wife ran from Rome while they were safe from officially being murdered they headed toward the eastern turn provinces where he still had many associates who remembered his father. Well he also decided to join the army. which would be the beginning of his lifelong passion and that is true? Rise to power a passion that would have been impossible to find a couple of months beforehand because he was too young no because he was the flom in Dallas. The high I priest of Jupiter was not allowed to look at the army or spend more than a few nights outside the city. Heke wasn't even allowed to touch a horse. Seems a little extreme here telling me but if Marius followers had kept in power or even if Sela had not stripped Caesar of his position he could have never even looked to the army as an option. Literally the entire hire. History of our world would be different. If Caesar was never allowed to touch a horse the world would be different simply of Caesar had done anything other than BS accessible soldier and he was a very successful soldier when he was known for his bravery in battle and was one of the youngest ever recipients of the Civic Crown in award given in for saving the civilian in battle. Caesar grew such a reputation among his comrades that he was often entrusted by the generals to take on the most important and significant tasks asks as an example. He was entrusted to travel to Thenia to chat with its King King Nicomedes in hopes of making an ally of his naval fleet. A new soldier a former enemy of Rome now is being sent on his lonesome to make a deal with a king. Let that sink in and Caesar spent a long time the thenia such a long time in fact that it was constantly questioned what he was doing over there. It's likely that Caesar was building his own personal relationship with the king with an eye on his future political aspirations if he had a personal relationship with the country than it wouldn't be too hard to form a partnership if Caesar happened to find himself in a position the power but the rumor that spread around Rome was that Caesar engaged in a sexual relationship with the king. This rumor followed Caesar around for his entire life. Even the soldiers he commanded with just about the legend. Caesar vehemently denied the rumor. But really we'll never know what happened with India Caesar fought with the military until seventy seventy eight BC e when he received word that Selo was dead. Caesar picked up his family and finally returned home a home that always had a special place in his heart. SCISSOR however was back at square one now or really at square zero as he was much worse off societally now than he was when he left and the loss of his inheritance many had no money and his military success meant very little to the general public. Plus with the optimists that supported Sela still in charge of Rome. Caesar wasn't going to take any chances in getting back what he lost and even when he was made aware of the new Anti Sola Group forming he found the group so lacking in leadership and corrupt that he chose not to participate even though it would have raised him back to prominence instead he found a nice house in Sabira living among the lower classes of Rome and turn to to a life of legal advocacy. Something he turned out to be rather good at ladies and gentlemen my fellow Romans. We are here today today not to discuss the past lives of Cornelius. Stola Bella it seems that too many he lived a great past life. Even I can see see that. No we are here to talk about the corruption the extortion the lies and the cheating he lived through in his most recent life as Triumph by the end of this trial. You'll wish for his blood to run through these streets. You'll wish that those past lives lives could have never even existed. You'll whis room. Seems a little harsh. No Oh come now quintas. which or two would you rank above him? Who can rile a crowd more? Get the more engaged than Caesar. Caesar really came into his own. During this period his powerful word choices his in combination with his wild hand gestures and distinctive slightly. High pitched voice made him one of Rome's most noted speakers but even as Caesar gained fame. Mm for taking down Rome's most corrupt leaders. He felt that he still had much room to improve so he once again picked up his things and left Rome this time heading to roads to study under the greatest Greek orders unfortunately along the way he was kidnapped by soliciting pirates. How would Caesar handle handle that? And we'll see after a quick word about our sponsors.
"julius" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"So rather than being mostly a homemaker and a help mate, she took a really active part in all of his various business ventures, essentially she worked as anything from an unpaid assistant to an unpaid partner dependent on exactly what was needed. But in spite of clementine is help Julius wasn't able to get the London branch of writers publishing company off the ground. It seems like they're just was not as much demand for German books as they had anticipated. So soon the couple was back in Germany living in Berlin, Julius partnered with Llosa's star guard to form another publishing house called Stargardt and Reuter. This was once again, not one of Julius more successful ventures years later Stargardt accused Reuter. Of disappearing from eighteen forty eight Leipzig book, fair taking all of the money from their sales with him Reuter didn't admit any guilt and all this, but he did offer to repay the money, which some people interpreted is basically admitting he had done it. While others interpreted. It is just him wanting the issue to be over with and having the money to do it that way. Yeah. That's what I call a buy your freedom situation. I want you to leave me alone about this. Here's some dollars. Additionally writer was publishing pamphlets that were for the time quite radical. They advocated democracy and progressive policies. This might not seem at all radical by today's standards, but a revolution swept through Germany in eighteen forty eight and eighteen forty nine. It was driven by an economic depression that included high unemployment and food shortages, peaceful protests failed to bring about any kind of change. And after king. Louis Philippe was deposed in France, the situation in Germany progressed to. Food riots and other violence, Reuters pamphlets and the demonstrators were on the same side at first seemed as though this revolution was going to be successful. Especially after a number of progressives were installed in the German government. But these changes did not last and soon the progressives or once again out of favor by eighteen forty nine. Conservatives would be back in control and all of this together, led the Reuters family to leave Germany again, they settled this time in Paris in Paris Reuter got a job at of us news agency, working as a translator of us news agency was founded by Charlotte. We office who was from a Sephardic Jewish family. In the agency translated and distributed news articles, they mainly used pigeons to distribute their work all the agency was also starting to experiment with the telegraph. Let's combination of news and pigeons and the telegraph would set the stage for Reuter becoming a household name in the world of international news..
"julius" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Goals sees dress a deliberate attempt to set off his opponents men like Cato mentioned in presenting himself all position to the image. The traditionally masculine conservative Roman as my pain connecting to his popular support obeys, which would logically have been made up of people from the provinces, including people from these eastern provinces like Grayson so forth where some of these fashions did come from. And in that way, actually, strengthening his image and his power base in. This is like not about the quest of open say's the idea like as a healing like the new immigrant population is just quite Lanta by conception of sei's. I guess pool crystals. Yeah. Exactly. About the new safety made so many people just like so many people. So I those comments about his general more feminine presentation and his potential edge with the eighties. The two main things that have led people to suggest sees maybe quit in someway tonight. I'm gonna end up with the question. Do you think he was quail? I have some things to say here in the I feel it's worth nursing the east sort of started this episode by saying yellow over amendments late with men that's not what's going to make Julius a queer not sleeping with a man in the active role is totally the norm. Same with a man in the passive role is not. So you could argue the taking the passive role is quia perhaps. Yeah. But taking the active role is not on. And then you also like we do end up in this weird spice where we don't really have the soil since to clarify. But also you. You have to stop deciding even fuming Julius Caesar was more famine of the normal what level of life Genta divergencies, that's true knife. In can relate off the question. You know was Julius as a feminist enough to be Queen Bente win. I feel I really the either the information all the kind of desire. About drinking. And I think that's something you can answer from site looking at how long this lease and someone's tunica. Going through his head. And because of his own writing being so impersonal on about his military conquests. And why he felt he was Ryan civil war really know what was going through his head run. He put on his chicken morning. I think the iron gold where these argument that it was a political decision to kind of set himself pot and also pretty solid one given that we never example how Kato dressed himself and tied that his conservative political identity. Address. I think once you get into this. Ancient history isn't so much useful to say was on. So queer insists of relevance to us regarding sexual and gender ounce of that is yes, yes. Yes. Way to define faith was with will out. I wanna sleep out at very enlightening just in terms of my image of sei's was that very like sort of masculine military. You know, you started before. And I don't know if it's all the type or not you start before talking about this potty, you are at with some guy we'll up she was like, I love the rooms of the British apply up, and that's very about like wissies officiant in my head. And so it's being lightning in terms of just kind of DeVos insane. The from this like sort of modern, hyper masculinity, and it was not, hyper masculine. He didn't embody some aspects of Roman masculinity. There are many stories about him being very brave in warming. Very successful. Camman? He didn't eat to a drink in excess. He was very fruitful in that way. And all these masculine Roman trains on the other hand he dressed quite a family Suetonius mentions that he talked all behalf from his body. Yes. He didn't say he looked data case. Pretty mailing to tweezers to you'll scrotum. Here is now what's general position grids, buddy half and gender sexual very big question. Basically a one man was expected to be neat. And his presentation, you know, you didn't want necessarily a huge amount of money. Heather that could be incident quite masculine. It. Could also be bit on civilized bought. You didn't pluck all your hair? So it was a balance did women shave a Hitler women did say, I believe I k and some men definitely didn't shave bought. It wasn't considered the manly thing to do. Pot of my mind. Just kind of went to you know, how often light miles cyclists will shy billings because they feel that it makes the most straight line in the center. Mark foster. Shower fast..
"julius" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum
"And you know, none of us is exempt from the motion pain, and you see the the mental disorders, they were starting to, they're starting to come more to light in our country, and you're also starting to see a lot of the awareness around brain injuries. And that was kind of something that I kind of just moved into that space for meeting the psychologists and talk around my interest in psychology. All their questions were about, you know, my fears about brain injuries and brain trauma, and when they started talking more and more about it, I realize, man, this is something that I think kind of chose me and. If I'm gonna go back to school to get a doctorate and spend my time in in learning educating myself. I feel a responsibility to come back and explain to my peers just just without their Julius. What inspired you specifically to get to this point? What was it a certain play a game a season. You know, was it a gradual progression where you felt like this was the path to take? Man? I think one of the biggest things was checking in with what I felt was important. I think for you know, most of us, you know, we have these, you know, you can call them programs and you know we're tied, they'd these things are important. So those things, of course, they matter to us because maybe we had a high school coach put that into us or parent, or you know, a coach in the league. And for me when I really started to check in with myself, I started to realize it. I was starting to enjoy helping people more than I was enjoying my own success. And that was that was a scary moment for me. Any time I was doing Julius. What point did you get to starting to really think about mental health instability and brain trauma? When did this start to really creep into your mind?.
"julius" Discussed on Lend Me Your Ears
"Hi i'm isaac butler i hope you've enjoyed our first episode of lend me your ears about julius caesar i just wanted to cut in as we're working on a richard the second to let you know that slate plus members actually get an additional full length episode on each play every month so after you've listened to my deep dive into the social and political themes of that month's play you can then listen as i'm joined by some really smart critics to discuss the play in a modern context to chattanooga julius caesar this month i got vanity fair film critic chaos collins and the handmaid's tale screenwriter dorothy fort berry to talk more about what it's like to read about elitism the power of persuasion and the problems with populism in today's political atmosphere beyond these bonus episodes slate plus members also get extended an ad free versions of slate podcasts and early access to discounted tickets to slate live events and you'll be supporting the important journalism that slate does every day you can sign up now at slate dot com slash shakes spear in the meantime here's a preview of the slate plus episode we did for julius caesar i think it's a lot of fun i hope you enjoy that's absolutely true yeah because i do think like the rap on this play and it's one that i agree with to some extent that it's not exactly like the great celebrator of human beings right it's not it's not like it's not like it's like the common man.
"julius" Discussed on Lend Me Your Ears
"Advocate these choppy waters using rational argument but what if rational argument is impossible because we can never escape our emotions that's the unsettling idea the core of this play julius caesar's first real argument is made by caches the brains of the operation when it comes to killing caesar he's trying to persuade brutus that caesar must die and he can't stop fixating on his personal animus toward caesar here's a bit of cash is describing swimming match between the two men a cooed as i was i plunged in and bad him follow so indeed did the torrent roared and we did buffet it with lusty sinews throwing it aside and stemming with hearts of controversy but air we could arrive the point proposed caesar cried help me caches or i sink i as a knee as our great ancestor did from the flames of troy upon his shoulder the old end casey's so from the waves of tiber did i the tired caesar and this man he's now become a god and cassius is a wretched creature and must bend his body if caesar carelessly but nod on him there's a rational point being made here caesar doesn't deserve to be king or to be so revered he's a very fallible man and caches knows this because he saved caesar's life during that swimming but there's also a petty emotional point being made here cash is saying in essence i kicked his ass and now i'm supposed to obey them these two points can't be separated this is why brutus stoicism is so important the play and why the other characters keep bringing it up as a stoic he should be more rational than anyone else but over the course of the play brutus xtss stoicism is shown to be a kind of performance he's play acting at being dispassionate shakes her was himself in actor although we don't know what parts he played shows he was obsessed with performance it's perhaps the dominant theme of his work and julius caesar performances one of the vehicles that drives roman society off a cliff the play suggests that when politics becomes a competition to see who can get the most applause from the crowd you are in deep trouble it's almost inevitable that a skilled demagogue like mark antony.
"julius" Discussed on Lend Me Your Ears
"Act three in states unborn accents yet unknown it's important to think about staging julius caesar because it's a play that's become trendy again just last year shakespeare in the park here in new york found itself in hot water because of its production of julius caesar directed by oskar eustis here's a clip from fox and friends julius caesar shakespeare production what did you say that surprised you an apology yeah well i was expecting it to be a classic rendition of julius caesar when i ride the stage was very modern very american had classic american images in the background we're going to be different and of course we know julius caesar character as the lead when that character with fourth and it was donald trump i mean they didn't specifically say it but his hair blonde reddish had the tide tied to long who's obviously the leader knowing where that was going i was appalled you see what used to sided to do the speak directly to what was going on in the us politics he announced an advance that this production was his response to the election and the form that response took with setting the play in the present day and making caesar into a trump figure he had the world wind hair and the pouty lips gestures the long time and eastern european wife the even through in a reference to trump's notorious statement that he could shoot someone fifth avenue in his supporters would still embrace him and then of course this very trump like cesar gets murdered viciously on stage the men who kill him dip their hands in the blood seeping out of his body and show it to the people of rome it's a provocative moment but that moment it's in the text and it's meant to be provocative stoop rovings stoop and let us bay the hands and caesar's blood up to the elbows and besmeared shorts then walk we.
"julius" Discussed on Lend Me Your Ears
"Lioness gives birth in the streets and graves yawn open and yield up their dead but the end of the play even friendship is impossible if julius caesar is a tragedy it's not a tragedy because caesar dies or brute assed is or caches dies the death that really matters here is the death of republican rome to read caesar or to see it is to be invited to a funeral for a way of organizing society well you see julius as it is a culture of spying secrecy on the hand the haifa the conspirators all meet in the otit where they kind of flt the death of caesar and you'll saying these people who would have been public figures actually retreating into the shadows so what you'll what you're witnessing something that is that is like a parody of political prices public debate is supposed to be a space where differences can be resolved peacefully by principle other than might makes right institutions create a public space where rational debate is possible and shakespeare's getting these ideas from people like plutonic police livy cicero who were also big influences on our founding fathers and our system of government that's one of the reasons why we often stage caesar and times of trouble it's a play we turn to feels like our own political system is being threatened but making caesar speak to today isn't as simple as just throwing it up in front of an audience and seeing what happens each generation that stages shakespeare reinvents his work for its own era and every time you do shakespeare play you're making an argument in argument about what the play means an argument of the world we live in what does it mean to do this play now this is a play written under a monarch in sixteenth century about a failing republic in the first century bc what happens when we stage it in a representative democracy in the twenty first century.
"julius" Discussed on Lend Me Your Ears
"The fall of rome took about a century and shakespeare's julius caesar tells the end of that story it depicts the death rattle of the republic dissolves into recrimination violence and mob rule in the process it asks some really big questions do we overestimate the power of reason in politics when the republic is in crisis can it be saved by any means necessary once violence enters a political system can it be stopped when it's no longer useful or is it like a drop of ink and a glass of water transforming everything around it how will we know when we've reached the point of no return where each step taken to solve the crisis just causes bigger and bigger crises these are scary questions to ask at least i find them scary but one of the things that allows us to do is ask the scary questions in a safe environment and julius caesar we get to see these questions play out in a story taken from history here's how that story goes eight it's the feast of looper a citywide festival that purifies rome in verts evil caesar has just returned victorious from a bloody civil war against pompey his only real rival he's now the most powerful and popular man in the known world so he's being feast it there's parades in his honor and there's talk about making caesar king now this is a huge problem rome's origin stories about hero ick citizens overthrowing an oppressive monarchy sound familiar and the romans are so anti monarchy that often accusing your political opponents of wanting to become king is a good way to get them killed but caesar is so popular that this time it seems like it might very well happen and this deeply frightens a group of roman senators led by guy named caches cash he's the power behind the scenes and at the top of the play he's already organizing conspiracy to assassinate caesar over the course of the place.
"julius" Discussed on Lend Me Your Ears
"Welcome to lend me your ears a podcast about shakespeare politics am isaac butler in this episode we're going to be talking about a play that still has the power to upset theatergoers today and of course we know julius caesar character as the lead when that character was fourth and it was donald trump i mean they didn't typically say it but it's hair blonde reddish had the high tide too long who's obviously the leader knowing where that was going i was appalled act one that part of tyranny that i do bear right after the election i sat down and reread julius caesar it's actually where the idea for this podcast was born i reread it because i was deeply worried about the state of our republic and i was struck by this speech where brutus is contemplating killing julius caesar because he's worried caesar will become a dictator the abuse of greatness is when it disjointed remorse from power and to speak truth of caesar i have not known when his affection swayed more than his reason but tis a common proof that loneliness is young ambitions ladder where to the climber upward turns his face but when he wants teams the utmost round he then unto the letter turns his back looks in the clouds scorning the base degrees by which he did ascend so caesar may then lest he may provide vent what we've just heard is brutus deciding to take an extraordinary risk to save the roman republic and that risk intern dooms the roman republic once and for all.
"julius" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The principle of julius west critics say hey today is the walkout we're going to schedule we've got the walkout scheduled for today please make sure your kids have worn clothes because it's going to be cold outside today and and so when mom daughter gets the school today there was a phone call she made a phone call back to my my wife said hey the teacher said i need a code i didn't bring a coat today the teacher said i need a coat and neither me and the wife or they put together what was going on and just now ignace or just busy i need you to say to get to the point here daniel did basically did the school facilitate this and actually go facilitated at my door got home this afternoon i asked her about it she said it was like faculty walkout the faculty led the kids out of the school the faculty announcement over the loudspeaker we are now performing are walkout please file out in fire drill form they lead the entire process and this was what school daniel julius west middle school julius west middle school in montgomery county there you go and daniel paid for daniel paid for them i want wanna know what interactions you've had with your kid how much time do you spend reeducating your kid when they come home from school what's the conversation like if your kid did not participate today if your kid was not lead or for that matter forced out like we just heard from january rockville to participate in this march what happened in school today triple eight six thirty washington's mall w m a l washington comes.
"julius" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Right over there and in your liberty freedom tyranny is do because there after the death of cesar williams six risk lead the tragedy of julius caesar a like a pulse them is with us with as well renault from new yorkers jim shapiro professor of english club university focuses on shakespeare medieval early drama he's shakespeare scholar in residence at the public theater worked on this production of julius caesar has in store acl consultant the author of the two thousand six book a year in the life of william shakespeare fifteen ninety nine that often cited as the year when shakespeare delivered julius caesar uh jim shapiro were control point great to have you here item this is fraught i mean as we talk about this right now we're talking about this on a day when we have seen violence in washington d c congressional baseball practicing shots ringing out at a time when there's a lot of talk about autocracy and and what we're witnessing in in in the white house where it falls in the in the spectrum of handling the highest position in the land what do you think of how i mean i know you consulted public theater what do you think of how they handled the depiction of cesar here is pretty much donald trump to bureau i thought it was a a an and still think it is an extraordinary a landmark in and probably in a stark of production and i say that having advised on the recent royal shakespeare company that's on an england and uh the production of this play in the past a muffin brought in because i spent a decade or so researching which expert was doing in the year he wrote this play and several others and one of the things that's important to understand is.