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Bracelets that belonged to Marie Antoinette set to fetch millions at auction

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Bracelets that belonged to Marie Antoinette set to fetch millions at auction

"A pair of diamond bracelets that once belonged to the beheaded wife of French King Louis the sixteenth has sold for a the eight million dollars at auction that's is the sound of the gavel banging issue auction prices for sold for eight point three four million dollars the jewelry belonging to the infamous Marie Antoinette's featured a hundred twelve diamonds the final price was much higher than the presale estimates of between two to four million dollars off to her death by guillotine in seventeen ninety three the price that's remained within royal lineage the two hundred years I'm Karen Thomas

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"king louis" Discussed on History Accounts

History Accounts

04:57 min | 7 months ago

"king louis" Discussed on History Accounts

"The passage of the august. Seventeen eighty nine decrees. There was hope that king louis the sixteenth would have sent to or recognize the measures but he refused the national assembly new the declaration to avoid it being only a transitory measure had to be imbued with something more permanent that would be a written constitution like the english and the americans had that would be the assemblies ultimate goal. One person that took advantage of the new right to freedom of expression was john. Paul marai a physician writer and scientist a radical best known for his association with the sun. Lots a sling name for the common people who wore full length trousers. Instead of the britches favored by the aristocracy in september. Seventeen eighty nine. He started a newspaper called the friend of the people. It was radical controversial and aggressively attacked. Some of the most powerful people groups and institutions in france. He often called for violence. And the people responded. Meanwhile the national assembly was trying to adopt the constitution. They got hung up. On what form of government they wanted. The choices were a republic or a constitutional monarchy without getting too far into the weeds. Here another major issue facing the assembly was the extent of the veto to be given the king. The assembly seemed to settle on a suspensive veto. Meaning the king could only suspend the execution of a measure adopted by the national assembly. He could not stop it altogether but any authority proposed to be given to the king was not received well by the people and the opposition was led by morale and the sun.

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"king louis" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

Detour To Neverland

03:21 min | 8 months ago

"king louis" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

"Second will just to play devil's advocate. They used a lot of the same kind of songs and feelings and color tones as happily ever after. I said that that's what i said in the car. I said it to long agreeing with you. So that's that like that's what that reminds me of is whenever he says the flower that blooms and adversity and then the whole milan sequence happened in happily ever after. I thought oh it's happening and harmonious again. I was waiting for him to come on and say the flower that blooms adversity. This same thing can happen with hercules. I liked that it was a pretty brief stints of time I thought that it was weird that the only projections during that period of the show were like columns. Did you notice that. Yeah so that. That is a comet that i had is some of the projections. Were pretty weak to me. Very like cocoa with the cat dragon. For like the princess and the frog sequence. There were like some stork flamingo. Looking things just like they weren't even dancing. They're just there i. Some of it was way better than other parts. there was an like the lion king's quits. The that was very visually appealing. The characters were up there. It looked cool my favorite. What about when they did the married. brave sequence. And it was her hair. Yeah it was just read curls but the jungle book sequences called because it was king louis as a like a yeah I guess we shouldn't mention spoilers if you haven't watched it yet we're not like i don't know i don't know if that's the spoiler i don't know either. Maybe we should just should have said that whalers So the one other thing that i want to talk about was just the barges themselves. I thought they did some pretty cool things. They don't just spit water up in the air. They shoot fireworks. They move around. So i thought it was really interesting to watch. How like the arms of the barges move. Sometimes i thought the movements were a little. I didn't quite know what they were doing but other times like when they were doing the arabian nights with the latin. It turned brendan's tacos into genie lamps. Did you notice that. And i thought that was really cool. The way that they were able to move the arms and make it give it that. Look i will agree that the barges are super coal during the show. I day. Yup i you will never be able to convince me that. They look good during the middle of the day again. Talk about from the artist's rendering to the little hosepipe that they do during the today is comical and well. That's why i had to mention that. They don't just spit water. It's not just a fancy out. They do some pretty cool things so maybe the ramp it up during the day and like spray more water i. I don't know what else they can do. But yeah i would agree..

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"king louis" Discussed on History Accounts

History Accounts

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"king louis" Discussed on History Accounts

"King louis. The sixteenth finally convened the estates general. It would begin in may seventeen eighty nine. What had started out as a dispute over proposed tax reforms metastasized into a political and constitutional crisis and movement the bankruptcy of the monarchy extended beyond the fiscal matters but into political and cultural matters to the factors facing france at the brink of the meeting of the estates general. Were pro poor. Economic conditions inequitable taxation the roman catholic churches overreach and over taxation of. Its subjects privilege prolific. It spending and consumption by the nobles and the monarchy and the resentment that caused high unemployment widespread famine and malnutrition and the monarchies inability to effectively deal with any of the issues. The french citizens had watched and admired the revolution in its leaders in the usa. It was now the unseen regimes turn to be tested. It is clear both nations had failed to achieve their goals in had failed to address their issues in failures next episode. I begin where i left where i've left off. The cultural revolution begins in china. The french revolution begins in france. Thank you it has been a pleasure..

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A Stroll Through Racing History: Louis Quatorze

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

A Stroll Through Racing History: Louis Quatorze

"He was a handsome bay. Grandson of northern dancer often described this regal and majestic it was appropriate. Given that he was named for a former king of france and twenty five years ago this weekend he won the one hundred twenty first running of the preakness stakes his name. Was louis tours. Fold on march thirteen. Nineteen ninety-three in kentucky. Lewis tours was offered by breeder. Georgia hoffman at the one thousand nine hundred ninety four keeneland july yearling sale but was bought back for two hundred twenty five thousand dollars off eventually sold an interest in the son of sovereign dancer to william cornacchia. And tell us contract with future hall of famer. Nick zito chosen the colts trainer. Bloomington doors whose name refers to the architecture stylings of the reign of king. Louis the fourteenth of france showed promise as a juvenile he robbed by five lengths and breaking his maiden at saratoga and he finished runner-up and both the hopeful stakes saratoga and the futurity at belmont park both of which were great one races early in his three-year-old campaign. Lacouture tour's want a pair of allowance races. At gulfstream park he was fourth in the florida derby unbridled song and runner-up beaten six skip away in the blue grass stakes at keeneland and a difficult journey the kentucky derby would relegate him to a sixteenth place. Finish some twenty two lakes behind winner. Grindstone still zito saw an opportunity in the preakness stakes with the colts. Blood work xrays following the derby reveals. No issues at the fact that neither grindstone nor beaten derby favourite song would be going to the preakness and z. Tow began believing that his horse would not only have an opportunity but also a legitimate shot at winning the second leg of the triple crown

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"king louis" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"king louis" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And he goes. Hey goes. You had such a massive tear for most people. I would have you starting resistance training, but no, not you. You still have to do some more work so by the end of February, which will be four months In. I think Isa when I'll begin resistance training You believe it, So I thought I was gonna be playing tennis by May. I don't know if that's going to be the case if I start resistance training in a T end of February, But anyway, it is what it is, and I'm going to be a good boy and do what the doctor says. So let's talk about the The amount of money that we're borrowing. Okay. I mean, you got to stop for a moment and say, you know, how did this This is end. Well, E can we just keep borrowing and borrowing and borrowing and printing and printing trillions and trillions of dollars with no end in sight, And there's nothing. There's no penalty for that. There's no cost or that this all is, you know, we all just sail off into the sunset. And it's a happy ending with, you know, all the beautiful flowers and birds singing and all the rest of it. No, it does not end. Well, you cannot There s O There's there's a show that I watched actually, my youngest daughter, who she was, she was getting her degree and and business analytics. She had me watch a show with her. That's actually on PBS. You could watch on YouTube for free. The quality's not so good. If you subscribe to PBS, you can watch it in better quality, but it's called the ascent of money s C E N T ascent of money. And it basically history of money. It's four episodes 45 minutes, it ZZ watch. But here's the thing that I got from it when I was watching it with her on day that is that Back in the day, you know where government bonds were invented was by King Louis of France, So he decided that he needed to build all kinds of palaces and you need to go to war with everybody, but didn't have the money for it. So he decided that you know they have is the Italians. The Medici has invented this thing called, you know, Borrowing credit, You know credit where bonds, but nobody had invented the idea that a government could actually borrow money from people. And so he said, You know what? I was brought on Earth. By God. You know King Louis. He was anointed by God He's and so he said, You know, I could pay back any debt. I am the perfect debt person because God is backing me. So I could borrow as much as I want, so he started borrowing and borrowing borrowing. Eventually, and he paid for all of his wars and his mansions. And you know the verse I and the whole deal. But then what happened was he eventually got to a point where the interest on the day he was borrowing. Was Maura than he could tax his people to pay for. And that's when the French revolution came. People said. No way the English did the same thing. They borrowed and borrowed and borrowed, and then they couldn't pay the interest on it, so they taxed and tax and taxed and guess what happened. We had the Boston Tea Party taxation without representation. We don't like being taxed the Germans back in, you know, World War one and before, same thing they borrowed and borrowed and borrowed. Eventually they got to a place where they had borrowed so much that the interest on the debt was more than they could tax their people. And when that happened, nobody wanted to lend the money anymore, and the whole house of cards came apart. So where are we in that in that spectrum. We're not there yet. Okay? Interest rates are like practically zero. So we could borrow a lot at this at these interest rates, but it can't go on forever. And it won't so you know, we'll keep you posted on that one. But for now, don't worry about it. Okay. Now I want to tell you that if you are over 50 if you are retired or retiring soon And I won't invite you to attend our virtual seminars. We have seminars designed to help you with your retirement planning. So at the seminar, we talk about income tax strategies. We have five of them that could help that are designed for people who are retired. Okay, so they take into account Social Security and other things. We also want to talk with you about diversifying your 401 k. We want to talk about how to protect your money from the next market crash. We want to talk about the fact that the I R s Jack, you're on it this week. They want a tax 85% of your soul security benefits. We want to show you how to beat that. If it's at all possible, we want to talk about diversifying your 401 k. We want to talk about where to get income from. You know what order? How do you structure it? We'll talk about cash flow planning. So if you are retired or retiring soon, this seminar is designed for you. It's virtual. You can attend from the comfort of your home and you can.

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"king louis" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"king louis" Discussed on KTRH

"Shows would actually stop right there. Mel shows would say, You know what if we did all that we've done more than our listening audience could possibly want from a financial show? Somebody's hot. Don't you dare stop me because on this show, we don't stop right there. No, we don't. We boldly go where No financial show has gone before and therefore had about 10 till we're going to talk about inherited IRAs. And the laws changed last year with inherited IRAs. So if you are a non spousal beneficiary, if you are not the husband or wife of someone who passed on you inherited tirade. The rules are very, very different than they used to be. And there's some planning things around that if you are a spouse, there are some planning things around that too. So we'll talk about all of that at about 10 till when we have our state tip of the week. So you know what I am sitting here thinking. I wish I was you ladies and gentlemen, I wish I could be listening to the show. It's gonna Is so great that I wish I could listen to it with you. But unfortunately or fortunately, somebody has to do it and that would be me. So I gotta give you a quick thing. As maybe, you know, maybe you don't. But I had shoulder surgery a few months ago. And you know where I'm doing the telemedicine with my ex urgent, right, so I don't go to his to the hospital anymore to see him. I I did it on my iPhone and we did the telling that thing and he's having me, you know, rotate my arm around and all this stuff because I had the rotator cuff surgery. And he goes. Hey goes. You had such a massive tear for most people. I would have you starting resistance training, but no, not you. You still have to do some more work so by the end of February, which will be four months In. I think Isa when I'll begin resistance training And you believe it, So I thought I was gonna be playing tennis by May. I don't know if that's going to be the case if I start resistance, training and attend of February, But anyway, it is what it is, and I'm gonna be a good boy and do what the doctor says. So let's talk about the The amount of money that we're borrowing. Okay. I mean, you got to stop for a moment and say, you know, how does this does this end? Well, e. Can we just keep borrowing and borrowing and borrowing and printing and printing trillions and trillions of dollars with no end in sight, And there's nothing. There's no penalty for that. There's no cost or that this all is, you know, we all just sail off into the sunset, and it's a happy ending with, you know, all the beautiful flowers and birds singing and all the rest of it. No, it does not end. Well, you cannot be. Oh, so there's there's a show that I watched Actually, my youngest daughter who she was, she was getting her degree and business Analytics. Um, she had me watch a show with her. That's actually on PBS. You could watch on YouTube for free qualities. Not so good. If you subscribe to PBS, you can watch it in better quality, but it's called the ascent of Money s C E. N T. Ascent of money and it basically history of money. It's four episodes 45 minutes, it ZZ watch. But here's the thing that I got from it when I was watching it with her on day that is that Back in the day, you know where government bonds were invented was by King Louis of France, So he decided that he needed to build all kinds of palaces and you need to go to war with everybody, but didn't have the money for it. So he decided that you know they have these. The Italians. The Medici is invented. This thing called, you know, borrowing credit credit where bonds, but nobody had invented the idea that a government could actually borrow money from people. And so he said, You know what I was brought on Earth. By God. You know King Louis. He was anointed by God He's and so he said, You know, I could pay back any debt. I am the perfect debt person because God is backing me so I could borrow as much as I want, so he started borrowing and borrowing borrowing. Eventually, and he paid for all of his wars and his mansions. And you know the verse I and the whole deal. But then what happened was he eventually got to a point where the interest on the day he was borrowing. Was more than he could tax his people to pay for. And that's when the French revolution came. People said. No way the English did the same thing. They borrowed and borrowed and borrowed, and then they couldn't pay the interest on it, so they taxed in tax and taxed and guess what happened. We had the Boston Tea Party taxation without representation. We don't like being taxed the Germans back in, you know, World War one and before, same thing they borrowed and borrowed and borrowed. Eventually they got to a place where they had borrowed so much that the interest on the debt was more than they could tax their people. And when that happened, nobody wanted to lend the money anymore, and the whole house of cards came apart. So where are we in that in that spectrum. We're not there yet. Okay? Interest rates are like practically zero. So we could borrow a lot of this at these interest rates, but it can't go on forever. And it won't. So you know, we'll keep you posted on that one. But for now, don't worry about it. Okay. Now I want to tell you that if you are over 50 if you are retired or retiring soon Then I won't invite you to attend our virtual seminars. We have seminars designed to help you with your retirement planning. So at the seminar, we talk about income tax strategies. We have five of them that could help that are designed for people who are retired. Okay, so they take into account Social Security and other things..

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"king louis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"king louis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"From a financial show? Somebody's not made. Don't you dare stop me because on this show, we don't stop right there. No, we don't. We boldly go where No financial show has gone before and therefore had about 10 till we're gonna talk about inherited IRAs. And the laws changed last year with inherited IRAs. So if you are a non spousal beneficiary, if you are not the husband or wife of someone who passed on you inherited tirade. The rules are very, very different than they used to be. And there's some planning things around that if you are a spouse, there are some planning things around that, too. So we'll talk about all of that at about 10 till when we have our state tip of the week. So you know what I am sitting here thinking? I wish I was You ladies and gentlemen, I wish I could be listening to the show. It's gonna be so great that I wish I could listen to it with you. But unfortunately or fortunately, somebody has to do it And that would be me so I gotta give you a quick thing As as maybe, you know, maybe you don't. But I had shoulder surgery a few months ago. And you know, we're I'm doing the Tellem anything with my ex urgent, right, so I don't go to his to the hospital anymore to see him. I did it on my iPhone and we did the telling that thing and he's having me, you know, rotate my arm around and all this stuff because I had the rotator cuff surgery. And he goes. Hey goes. You had such a massive tear for most people. I would have you starting resistance training, but no, not you. You still have to do some more work so by the end of February, which will be four months In. I think, Isa when I'll begin resistance training, Can you believe it? So I thought I was gonna be playing tennis by May. I don't know if that's going to be the case if I start resistance training in attend of February, But anyway, it is what it is, and I'm gonna be a good boy and do what the doctor says. So let's talk about the Amount of money that we're borrowing. Okay. I mean, you got to stop for a moment and say, you know, how did this This is end. Well, E can we just keep borrowing and borrowing and borrowing and printing and printing trillions and trillions of dollars with no end in sight, And there's nothing. There's no penalty for that. There's no cost or that this all is, you know, we all just sail off into the sunset. And it's a happy ending with, you know, all the beautiful flowers and birds singing and all the rest of it. No, it does not end. Well, you cannot Yeah, So there's there's a show that I watched Actually, my youngest daughter who she was, she was getting her degree and and business Analytics. Um, she had me watch a show with her. That's actually on PBS. You could watch on YouTube for free qualities. Not so good. If you subscribe to PBS. You can watch it in better quality, but it's called the ascent of money A S C E N T ascent of money. And it basically is the history of money. It's four episodes 45 minutes, it ZZ watch. But here's the thing that I got from it when I was watching it with her on Dat is that Back in the day, you know where government bonds were invented was by King Louis of France, So he decided that he needed to build all kinds of palaces and you need to go to war with everybody, but didn't have the money for it. So he decided that you know they had this. The Italians. The Medici is invented. This thing called, you know, borrowing credit credit where bonds, but nobody had invented the idea that a government could actually borrow money from people. And so he said, You know what? I was brought on Earth. By God. You know King Louis. He was anointed by God He's and so he said, You know, I could pay back any debt. I am the perfect debt person because God is backing me. So I could borrow as much as I want. So he started borrowing and borrowing borrowing and eventually, and he paid for all of his wars and his mansions. And you know the verse I in the whole deal, But then what happened was he eventually got to a point where the interest on the day he was borrowing. Was more than he could tax his people to pay for, and that's when the French revolution came. People said. No way The English did the same thing. They borrowed and borrowed and borrowed. And then they couldn't pay the interest on it. So they taxed and tax and taxed. And guess what happened. We had the Boston Tea Party taxation without representation. We don't like being taxed the Germans back in, You know, World War one, and before, same thing they borrowed and borrowed and borrowed. Eventually they got to a place where they had borrowed so much. It said. The interest on the debt was more than they could tax their people. And when that happened, nobody wanted to lend the money anymore, and the whole house of cards came apart. So where are we in that in that spectrum? We're not there yet. Okay? Interest rates are like practically zero. So we could borrow a lot at this at these interest rates, but it can't go on forever. And it won't so you know, we'll keep you posted on that one. But for now, don't worry about it. Okay. Now I want to tell you that if you are over 50 if you are retired or retiring soon And I won't invite you to attend our virtual seminars. We have seminars designed to.

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"king louis" Discussed on Does This Happen to You

Does This Happen to You

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"king louis" Discussed on Does This Happen to You

"Prague moral of the story. Never hold your p. Three killed by his own laughter. Christ sips was a greek philosopher from the third century bc and was part of the school of stoicism. He was even said to be the second founder of stoicism. After zeno of c team building on the work of zeno he produced numerous writings and teachings on the basic theories and logics of stoicism notably. He developed the system of proposition logic. Which we now use in math physics programming languages and even excel. It is the logic of the if then statements which may sound very common sense today but was a mind blowing discovery thousands of years ago lopez store got two thousand fifteen the philosopher that produce such serious work had a death that could sound too difficult to be taken seriously. It was said that christ's sip has died from laughing too much when he a donkey eating a fig. He found the scene so funny that he could not stop laughing until he lost consciousness and died in this fit of laughter. At the age of seventy three qatari sarge and krantz two thousand twelve moral. The story never laughed too much. No matter how funny and ridiculous life gets four killed by conducting music john baptiste. Louis was an italian born french musician and dancer. He was very ten limited and accomplished in music from composition. violin guitar. an opera to dancing in sixteen fifty three the king to be louis. The fourteenth appointed him the royal composer for instrumental music. His music became so indispensable for the aristocracy that in sixteen sixty king louis. The fourteenth made lulea the royal music and music master of the royal family. His music career was accomplished and prosperous when he unfortunately killed himself by accident. While conducting music in the past musicians used a heavy staff a long stick made from wood or metal to conduct music by banging the staff on the ground to indicate the timing of the music. It was only in the nineteenth century that batons light. Small wands became popular as a way to conduct music.

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Who Was Thomas Becket?

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Who Was Thomas Becket?

"Thomas becket yes okay. Born around eleven twenty and died in eleven seventy. he's also known as saint thomas of canterbury or Sometimes who refer to him as thomas a becket. Okay yeah anyway. So thomas becket. He is venerated as a saint and martyr by both the catholic church and the anglican church He engaged in conflict with henry. The second king of england over the rights and privileges of the church and at one point excommunicated the archbishop of york so tough rain away to france for a bit under the protection of king. Louis the seventh of france but then he returned in eleven seventy two england so henry second in england said something to the effect of like ugh. This guy is driving me. Four of his knights interpreted this as a command to go. Get rid of thomas becket So on december twenty ninth seventy reginald fitz ertz huge morville william to tracy and richard le breton showed up at canterbury cathedral. According to accounts left by the monk jer vase of canterbury and i witnessed named edward grim. The knights placed their weapons under a tree outside the cathedral and hid their chainmail armor on your cloaks before entering the cathedral to challenge becket priest the night. He's hold beckett. They were taking him to winchester england to give count of all of his actions and kind of like hold him accountable in front of people but becket refused so the four nights retrieved their weapons and rushed back inside the cathedral. Oh my god. I beckett proceeded to the main hall for evening prayers and the other monks tried to like themselves into different parts of the joe for get said to them. It is not right to make a fortress out of the house of prayer in order them to reopen the doors so the four nights wielding they're drawn swords ran into the room saying like thomas becket. He's a traitor. To the king the knights found beckett in his spot near the door of the monastic cloister the stairs into the crypt and the stairs leading up to the choir of the cathedral where the monks were all. They're like still saying their prayers. Like oh no right. There's just four guys having running in with okay upon seeing them becca. I am no traitor. And i'm ready to die so Edward grandma eyewitness. He wrote a very extensive account of exactly what happened. I will save you all the details. Let's just say that for nights wielding swords kill the priest in canterbury cathedral. That's terrible so soon. After his death the faithful throughout europe european venerating beckett as a murder in february eleven seventy three which was just a little more than two years after his death. He was canonized by pope. Alexander the third and so sure typically like canonization of saints takes lake decades. Yeah stuff happened so the fact that this happened so quickly was kind of saying that. This guy was a big deal. So related trivia. Facts about thomas becket. Geoffrey chaucer's the canterbury tales. Ninety two is set in a company of pilgrims on their way from southern to the shrine of saint. Thomas becket in canterbury cathedral. Okay never made that connection no me neither ever okay So the schreiner was built between eleven eighty and twelve twenty and up to one hundred thousand. Pilgrims would have visited the shrine every year for more than three hundred years. That's my gosh locked. Yes it was adorned in marble gold and jewels and murdered saints. Tombs was one of unparalleled splendor in fifteen thirty eight. during the reformation. The shrine was destroyed following the orders of henry. The eighth who definitely be talking about in a little bit more twenty. Twenty researchers digitally reconstructed the raised sanctuary and available to view on the beckett story online and we'll share linked to that because it's really interesting how they did that. They took This thing had been such a big deal for more than three hundred years. And then it was raised more than four hundred and fifty plus years ago at this point and so they took accounts that the pilgrims had made that other monks had made in in digitally recreated which is pretty up and also modern works based on the story of thomas becket include. Tes elliott's nineteen thirty. Five play murder in the cathedral later adapted the opera assassination cutter. Dry ill the brando pizza'd in nine hundred fifty eight. You did that. Can i tell you flawlessly Also nineteen fifty-nine play by John we called beckett which was made into a movie with the same title and paul. Webb's play four nights in nair's borough which was written in one thousand nine hundred nine which recounts the aftermath of the murder of thomas becket by the four nights who made the worst career choice in history. Yeah that's goes without saying well if you don't if all of these facts don't stick in your head. Look at the name k. e. t. the cane. His name is right in the middle. And if you look at it. It looks like four blades. Good the name so four blades. Stuck together by the four to killed him in canterbury. That's thomas becket.

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Alex Trebek, long-running 'Jeopardy' host, dead at 80

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06:15 min | 1 year ago

Alex Trebek, long-running 'Jeopardy' host, dead at 80

"And I get the a P alert that Alex Trebek had passed away. Hey, lost his fight against cancer. And what a life though I watched the 2020 special lesson, Did you? How was it? Yes. Oh, so good. Michael Strahan interviewed him recently. And he was already getting up on his roof and like snow, blowing the leaves off and stuff. I mean, he was still very active. He hosted his last jeopardy game just less than two weeks ago. Oh, my goodness. Yes, it is working, but I didn't realize this about him. And maybe this was common knowledge. Just how charitable he waas how much he gave back and how he decided to write a book because he wanted that advance money to give to the charity Is he already supported and new Cherries? That kind of came into his consciousness and he was just A very generous man and to hear the stories about that was pretty cool. All right. Here's a little bit of that interview Lex from last night's 2020. Alex talking about charity and laughter. What do you want? Your legacy to be? A nice man helped people through hiss charity work. Was kind to everybody encounter, you know, Enjoy life. Make somebody laugh. I believe laughter is one of the greatest cures. That we can possibly have. It's right up there with prayer. Believe me, it is. I think it really is. You know, they're he's a even a 36 years. He's 36 years. What's crazy? I mean, even though he's Canadian, you know Alex. Alex is one of those pop culture icons. You know, he really is. He's one of those he's He's in the fabric of Americana. I mean, your other than maybe prices right and well, I think there's a trifecta there. When you look at game shows You in jeopardy is is just classic American culture and and the success of that show, I think can be summed up by the format. And host. I think jeopardy is Alex Trebek and Alex Trebek is jeopardy and it's going to be very interesting to see what the next chapter of that show was like. Um Because you know the old saying and and Shobha everybody's replaceable but showing the line but my goodness that's going to be those are big shoes to fill. I would not write down. I would not want to be The producers of that show. It's crazy. Um, speaking of the show, Lex, I know you saw this on 2020. Here's the story of him getting the job on jeopardy. This is you know. Ah Ah, This is interesting. What brought Alex Trebek to America that phone call? Alex got a call from Alan Thicke, another Canadian from Northern Ontario, well known from growing pains. Of course, he was developing a game show for NBC called Wizard of Odds. Wizard of Odds. And when it came time for him to think of a host, he merely thought of Alex Trebek. I had accumulated 16 weeks of leave at the CBC and I took a leave of absence. Ah, holiday with pay and went in audition for a show Alex audition for the job and got it. And in 1973, he moved to California to host Wizard of Odds Now here's Wiley. I first met Alex in 1973. You just knew right away. He was smart. This is a former executive producer of Jeopardy in control. He has an amazing capacity. Take it all in. I started with Wizard of Odds I did that three year they can't riding high replaced it on a Monday with so called high rollers with Alec. It was cancelled and replaced by a show called Battle stars. They kept lately for Layla, but they can't keep the host. That's funny. Yeah. And then eventually they decided to bring back jeopardy and, ah And and Alex got the job on DH then, like I said, became just a sliver of pop culture and you know that you've made in pop culture when you're spoofed on SNL. And you know, they reference that last night on the special mean he was everywhere. Here's a here's a little bit of Alex's influence on pop culture enjoyed stepping out from behind the podium. There were women here in Jeopardy. You're feeling very sleepy. Oh, I'm sorry, Peter. We were looking for King Louis. The 11th. This automotive tool is used to tighten bolts. And let's just go from soup to nuts. He has been in one of the greatest shows of all time. The Simpsons and he has made an appearance in one of the worst shows of all time. Baywatch. Did you see Who you just rescue Hey, Alex, Meet Alex. Alex Trebek from jeopardy! I don't believe this. And of course, there are the unforgettable Saturday Night Live parodies of Celebrity Jeopardy in which will Ferrell channels a deadpan Trebek Aziz mercilessly taunted by Darrell Hammond As Sean Connery. We meet again, you longer headed, tickle brained pump you Enough people often ask me. How did you feel about Sean Connery on? Have you ever met him in person? I said no, I haven't. But if I ever meet him, I'm going to get one of these. It's time for final jeopardy. And so this Wass never be afraid of poking fun at yourself self deprecating humor. Is worth its weight in gold. Alex Trebek.

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"king louis" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"king louis" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"And if I have to again, I'm thinking my own license and Publishing here in the next six months or so, and I just I will I will call myself away, but I'll have all the abilities of illegal. Oh man. I don't even know how that would work. That's that's mind-boggling to me money and talent and connections. You gotta have people the place of Talent with an need to have money to give your talent to it to bring them on board or to pay for the things that they needed to perform and then you need publishing and Licensing rights after that, you know, he's just deals between you and another person. However, you want to go about it. I prefer classic handshake or honor your word type deal and the real that's ongoing for I said, I think I'd like to do old overall whether it's it didn't have just be music. I like acting and all that sort of stuff just as whatever it takes to get a job. Out there and just show who they are to the point that they're discovering things about themselves. That's where I'm at. Nice man. Nice and you had kind of talked about it just a minute ago about Inspirations, What artists were Inspirations to you getting into the wrapping Game King Lowes who was with Puff Daddy for a while and then not and then back again to this King Louis and I just knew him as long as he I would say his style and his sophisticated word use and you know, just as hold delivery and everything was so different for me cuz I started off listening to like Lil Wayne, you know, which you know, nothing. Not Dogg and Lil Wayne, but I'm going to go to the underground hip-hop as a totally different feel and buy and then you get King Louis is like super talented like at least a talented as as the best, you know, and I mean like just the best eating your classic best like Eminem and cooking all those people, you know, I don't even know how to compare him to a lot of people but I just love and I haven't so impressed with this word play. I've really started to dig into my own work play and use of words and then there was one other one. I was just thinking about it other than I was a child birth. Are the mixed with my mother but compassionate actually MC. So passionate MC did a delivery on the team backpack Cypher with money and another guy here from California, but he has delivery off that thing. I was just like man if I could take that sophisticated word use that I've been working on and this rhyme schemes things ideas and deliver it like this Dude Looks Like A Powerhouse of you know, he's just loud any gloves of cut off as his only job. He goes he goes hard every time and I have said, you know, I kind of like these elements. I've been piecing those together. So I would say if there's any information of recent it's probably those two but you know, there's a lot of were all just people are depending and say yeah, yeah dead. Is there a particular artist besides the ones that inspired you like nowadays that you wish you could do a collaboration with so it's it's taken three years, but my boss one of my first followers, he's been with me from the beginning and he's probably the only ones left in the beginning his name sweaty with two T's at the end all caps. He's on Soundcloud and I listen to his song is a VIN number. Song ever listen to on Soundcloud right when I logged in and the song was yeah my computer right now and and it's just like builds up and builds up and it starts to get pretty radical loud. You know, I'm just like okay. This is not what I'm used to be like a 30-second build up and it just hits it right at the top and you can see the waveform increase the volume and he comes in so hard I literally got killed in the background like right now just thinking about you know, and he inspired me big-time and he's so good and he has so many like his his following is to type. He might have two thousand followers, you know, but he's got two thousand listens in like 5 minutes his his following his hardcore dedicated and he's just a real guy. He's so real and he's impressed with his his ability to tell me on a regular basis. Hey, you're doing great. You know, I'm good and you know just about three weeks ago. I got a message from my checked and he's just anytime you want to send me a song we're going to we're going to wrap, you know this right the fuck out of some pizza shape. So it was this one has to hear that. I've been waiting. I've been digging for that for years and someone that I really like and is passionate about what he does is his final game. Talk with me in a way I want to so because really cool. Yeah, that is cool. That's impressive. I'm liking it. That's awesome. What what made you decide to go the route of rap music rather than get paid like rock or country or anything like that, but I call myself I said it was nerdcore in the beginning because of the, you know, just kind of technical language and like that but it didn't it didn't seem to drive well with the people other people who already established, you know, nerdcore environment community. So I sort of left that idea and you know, most most of my responses come from hip hop artists or from other followers of Hip Hop, you know people in that genre and I don't really have a way to I think the place myself in a show and a sub-genre that gives the credit do because there's you know, what do you say like Indie Indie rapper or something like that? I kind of want to click on that notice acquainted but you know sort of be the I when people say that but I think people I think other people ultimately have to decide what genre em, you know, if it fits for them, I like in the the idea of it seems off. Open and independent. So I don't even know where the the whole source of Indie ideas come from, you know the concept but I'd like a little bit into it. I would say something like an indie rapper or a metal hip hop artist alternative rap song. That's like I said just the Rhymes and stuff. I didn't I didn't ever really take on singing turns out if I prepare myself properly and I choose the right words. I could sing pretty good. I kind of impressed myself a few times with it. But if I'm not prepared, you know, I don't put the right words. It's like Gutterball that's a bad thing. Nothing. I just I know my qualities and my talents are more suited towards a fast high-end intense sort of, you know delivery and I like rhyming a lot. I like Words a lot. So in her hip hop, I can say a lot of stuff really fast and you know get it off my chest. I can stay a lot of things and four hundred words and two minutes. So cool. That's got to be like a record or something. Like I'm not sure I don't think so cuz I just don't seem like on that fast and usually don't go super fast, but I can I get a little choppy some time. Yeah, yeah. Well, let's talk about that for a sec. So you do have some stuff out on YouTube. We kind of talked about that a little bit, you know dropping hints about it. What do you feel is your best song on YouTube right now? I don't have very many. So I'll be there just put up isn't really a hundred percent mind. So I can't say that I think you know, I don't know because almost all my good stuff that I put out is on my SoundCloud. So YouTube I like I like personally Parkside and over here. I like so I started using bandlab and I like I like girls in my my vocals on bandlab a lot because their their tools are a little simpler so I can I can do it in a way that makes it it comes out fast or not necessarily better but a little less control they take care of some things for you with the with the tools on the web app on a mobile app. So I I go that route now I like the way the the vocals layer in those two songs and the deliveries in tents in the message is genuine and it's it's heartfelt, you know? Yeah, there's some there's some vulgarness in there. But you know, that's probably why I am Is 2 okay. Do you have a song coming out like here soon or like an album soon that people can keep an eye out for so I'm thinking about to right now and I don't know if I'll call them both an album. One of them going to specifically take a bunch of songs that I really really like over the last year and half or two that I made songs. I really like that aren't up right now from from the head cutter and I'm going to use this piece specifically because he's been really good to me. He's going he's got money on the SoundCloud and stuff and any message me privately every now and then and you know, I told him I said, hey man, you get as many followers every week as I get plays. How do you help me out with this? So I want to do an album. I want to sort of dedicated to him and bring awareness about him and what he does for people, you know, he just lowered the nation's for cancer and stuff like that and this time of year has really cool to do and he does it all the time. So I want to do that and I don't know what that one's going to be an album and that might call it compile a wage right or now. I have this other project that I've been really wanting to get into and I've avoided talking about myself personally at least in terms of my Peak experiences or something like that and I need to I'm going to get all that out there in them. Way by by Spring and I'm calling at the Tempest no Tempest is kind of a storm of storms. So in this stormy environment while I've got I've got some I got some other radical should I want people to take into account as we as we get into the election and all the way up some I'm hoping to use the momentum from from the election and stuff with the material and putting out and really get into the you know, technical side of trying to Market it and it's Tempest and it's about my personal experiences and not relate to some of the problems in society and I'm going to I'm going to put it all out there. I mean, I'm just I'm going to Target project me a while, but I'm really just going to dial this in I haven't done that yet. No complete work from beginning.

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"king louis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"king louis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Day, which I With all due respect, huh? Has the mail come today. I honestly I don't like attention to it any more. I don't know why we celebrate Columbus Day on DH. That's also for some Native American Day slash indigenous Peoples Day, etcetera, etcetera, because it's kind of the lash. Back from being Columbus Day. But even if you know, whatever I mean, Columbus. Ah, I guess he would discover the Americas in 40 90. According to I can't tell if it's legend Lore or not. There are others that say there were others before him that actually discovered it, But you just don't hear the stories about that so anyway. Well, I don't know where you got those banks. Well, it's not like he discovered solely the United States is first off 14 92. There was no such thing and secretly he he discovered the Americas. Plural North, East, Central and south and we'll not even technical all of them all at once. Andy. I guess he's technically responsible for some of the Caribbean too early. I think they're functioning is normal today. Um Mainly because most those Caribbean nations aren't real fans of his general body Ofwork thief there are no Yeah, There's been a lot of statues that had been turned over of light. You know heck you when we have we have to take King Louis and well, you know, what's he got to do with a lot of Louis came down because he was Thoroughly. Yeah, somebody somebody's got his hand that had less to do with it. Being the king of France that it did. Anything else? That's that was just because it needed to be. D graffitied and kind of cleaned up a little bit and made they probably have to take the mold to get a new hand. And I think he's missing a couple of toes. Now it's Ah, good. Yeah. Louis had a rough summer is going to have to have some statues surgery for sure. And then it sounded like When we get Louis back that it's not going to be where it's pass or where its location is going to be where we're gonna put him in a cave Hill cemetery or something. I mean, I don't know. Well, that wouldn't make any sense. Because it is Bill. This is you know, the University of Louisville, the city of Louisville. You know what I mean? I'm just curious. And I'm asking this of all sincerity not to be sarcastic or at all, but who is or was offended by the King Louis statue of that is, in fact, the case. Yeah, I I have no idea. I haven't studied King Louis history to be candid with you, So I'm not going to say No, I I don't know if he owned slaves or or anything of that nature. I'm not. Uh, I'm not quite sure I think I just a moment of frustration, Anger and ah! Etcetera, etcetera benefits. If they're taking it down to clean it. They're going to put it back in the same spot that I I think that's that's cool. Good video needed to be kind of freshened up and put it in the air. Say something like putting it in an appropriate location, or you know something of that nature. That's the thing that I would ask him tomorrow. There's no it seems to me that putting it outside of the mayor's office and Metro Council there. Downtown would be an appropriate location because that's kind of your center of government. It's not like he's buried here. We don't have it. You could argue it could go anywhere because the city is named after him. Why not just leave it where it wass Because I think the only reason again that he got beat up the way it got beat up. It's just cause it was Right down there in the middle of what became ground zero for all of the protest that, um On. Unfortunately, more occasions that not in the early going, got a little rough and Did. I don't want to, You know, not make this sound like everything was was denigrated down there, but it it was a crime of convenience for some when the peaceful protesters moved out, thie The bad actors came in, and Luke lost a hand and part of a foot and a half up. I think he got the F word on him a couple of places and it just went south. Back. Tio this Columbus Day. Okay, I get Presidents Day I get Martin Luther King Day being a national holiday. I don't get Columbus Day It was back in 1937 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt proclaimed. Columbus Day. Ah, and it was first celebrated in around this country. October 12th 17 92, and that was 300 years after Columbus landed so to me, it's more of one of them. It's kind of like what you read. Maybe in third or fourth grade about the Pilgrim's And what really, really happened with and I'm not talking about nefarious things just talked about what a tough, terrible life it was for the people. At first, the sellers that first came to the country it was really, really.

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"king louis" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"king louis" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

"So jared and I actually chose the. That shadow the statue. Cast Pretty Large Shadow so you actually can pray at six thirty in a shadow and have like fifteen degrees cooler the jared and and a couple of others rotten sunshine part. I up my penance. Game Bro. Well, I gotta ask you though now that shadow is cast by the benifits sense of boom. Thinking Louis the ninth. That's Kate it is his goodness for. Goodness. So. I don't know if you've got a chance to. New here, any of what we have been talking about previously, but when I went there. When I went there yesterday and I actually stood underneath that thing and saw it for the first time and had not seen it. Had only seen in pictures could people like can pitchers but when I went there and I actually stood underneath of him and saw it for the. For the first time, then it started to make a lot of sense to me by the way our Crusader stadium chat room. Is Open and Open forbids the crusade jail dot com forward slash chat. So there's nothing that can compare taxi seeing that thing in person nothing. It's truly amazing. I mean having and and you and I both travel the World Dean, Catholic sites all over the place. This really is in the first rank of Catholic culture of demonstration of faith in a public space. It's truly amazing and It's been a blessing I. Mean we've been doing this on. June. And it's been a real blessing to be able to participate with the state route Saint Louis Forever Rosary relation in these. I mean today the and the culmination of all of that. I mean it's essentially a victory. March is a triumphal entry after the successful July twelfth and after the original assault on June twenty-seventh. Though days a special day. So it is a very special day Dr Robert Morgan. WHO's one of the organizers of the show now now it's Zip. And I were talking about that. WHAT'S THE CO coalition if funds the park forever? Forest Park forever. But now you guys Saint Lowest Forever That's right. With an emphasis on the Saint Saint Louis. Forever. which has kind of a life of its own. Here now, I will tell you there were probably fifty intrepid good good Catholic souls on their knees on concrete praying holy rosary the joyful mysteries last night. one of the clerics came out and his cassock. He's not appreciate as a clerk names James, and he's actually traveled here for this event today and they're the only signs that were shown or any or banners of any sort were the ones that were brought by some of the Saint Louis forever people about America needs Fatima or American needs the rosary and they held that sign up to anyone that pass by in between the statue of King Louis and the art museum and we have some curious people are gonNA walk up and do you know who were joggers walkers or whatever kind of walk up and stop and see a hey, what's going on? Why are these people kneeling? on his. Escorts not afternoon it's quite a spectacle I think to have the. For people to see and has been going on since what June the twenty seventh nonstop right Well it's It was June twenty-seventh actually That was when the other rosary advantage Kurd but they had already been out there a couple a days I think it's a twentieth actually when they started, it might have been a full week. Spend these sort of two events. that occurred at the same time but did anyone stop and pray last night because that's been a very usual turn is that people will be going by they're clearly going somewhere else and stop and pray with. For a few minutes and then move on I saw a couple of people pause and one of your friends the the gentleman that comes out with his Australian shepherd dog show does the picture of the guy that converted or reverted. Goliath there this guy was like six eight. To three, hundred, fifty pounds in in a in a tank. Top shorts. Shaved head telling you the the big rumor. What the wackos tried to start at you guys are a bunch of white supremacists clan member Nazis. So, this guy shows up and he would put more into category than anything, but he was just curious and apparently stopped parade and then I guess either had a conversion or reversion to the faith I. Guess You know the story. Oh Yeah reversion. He's he and his wife and son very very Catholic people they're either ask from South Texas he's couple generations I. Guess I don't know how you call. It really hits families in South Texas before there were south. Texas. So He's I'm not gonNA give him but he's Mexican ancestry very proud. Very proud of it. Mexican ancestry and Spanish speaker ceiling has a lot of family down South Texas I mean that's essentially their homeland and he would be he would be surprised to be called the white nationalist he would be but he's a very Catholic guy. He absolutely is not. He is not a Bertie hatred in his heart for anyone. Also, lethal person I have ever met in my life. I guess what I Let me clarify when I said that he is what the L. Limbs describe as a Y. nationalist show if any one. The when when they conjure up. An image of us, and how evil we are and. Then, they present this to the rest of the world. They're probably thinking about someone of this in stature you know how big is and with the. With the shaved head and all I mean to say that he was but I, I saw pictures of the guy the guy he's you smiling from ear to ear with everyone is talking to. I think part of this is showing up out there, and then of course, the well, we had an African American actually I don't see the African American black and she may well have been African. I'm not sure none leading the procession at one point, and of course, Monsignor More African American and I mean we go through the list which I hate doing because this is a mica. Hey, look at what the colored people.

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Mavericks & Legends: Eleanor of Aquitaine

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:44 min | 2 years ago

Mavericks & Legends: Eleanor of Aquitaine

"Legend was one of the wealthiest and most powerful women in Europe. During the Middle Ages known for her extraordinary beauty and brilliance. She was a leader who wielded significant influence over everything from art and literature to politics and the perception of women. She was queen of both France and England and built a long legacy through advantageous marriages for her many children. She was a role model for future. Female leaders please welcome. Eleanor of Aquitaine. Eleanor was likely born in the year. Eleven twenty two to William the Tenth Duke of Aquitaine and his wife Elinor was the oldest of the couple's three children medieval aquitaine was a huge fiefdom located in the western central and southern areas of present France to the south of the Laura River. It was renowned for its wealth and influence and for being an enlightened capital of culture and. Learning Eleanor's father a lover of literature and the arts ensure that all of his children received the best cultural and academic educations available. Eleanor was fluent in multiple. Languages learnt math astronomy in history and was adept at sports such as Falconry and chess. When Eleanor was eight her mother and younger brother died seven years later. Eleven thirty seven her father died of dysentery. While on a pilgrimage. On his deathbed Williams last act was to do everything he could to protect. Eleanor and her inheritance of Aquitaine. He ordered his men to rush to the court of King. Louis the six the France to ask for protection for his daughter until a marriage could be arranged he also asks Louis to find an appropriate match. Louis was all too delighted to choose his own son. Louis the seventh were married a few months later. Eleanor and Louis. The seventh a match. She was renowned beauty and intellect well-versed in politics and well traveled. He was incredibly sheltered for an heir to the throne and was generally a quiet man for most of his life. Bluey was not the air and was never trained in the skills necessary to rule. It had been expected that he'd go into the Church so we spent most of his early life in monasteries. That changed when his older brothers suddenly died and Louis was thrust into the spotlight from the start. Their relationship. Louis was submissive. To and reliant upon eleanor when he accepted the task of leading the second crusade. Eleanor made it clear that she was coming along. It's not surprising given Louise Limited leadership skills and existent travel experience that the crusade was not a success. Eleanor is famously. Recorded by medieval historians treating the trip more as a big adventure than a serious endeavor brought more than three hundred ladies in waiting with an accompanying baggage train spanned miles still the same historians. Note that eleanor was a better leader and more respected than her Mika's even though the crusade was a series of misadventures eleanor managed to increase her social capital during the trip while Louis was continually marginalized by the time they reached. Antonio Louis was resentful of his wife. Eleanor asked for an annulment and Louis agreed ending their marriage upon their return to France and eleven fifty two weeks after ending her first marriage. Eleanor married Henry Duke of Normandy and Future King of England. The two ascended to the throne two years later in eleven fifty four it was a tempestuous marriage. Unlike her first husband Henry was not easily controlled by eleanor. The more she tried to control him the more he fought back by having affairs. He also disapproved eleanor surrounding herself with musicians and poets. Still Henry and eleanor did have eight children together. On whom eleanor focused. Most of her attention. She was well aware that she could eventually wield much more power through her children around eleven. Seventy Eleanor left her husband and moved back to her family home in. Potier taking her favorite son Richard and daughter Marie with her in eleven. Seventy three eleanor's oldest son Henry. The young king started a rebellion against his father. King Henry was soon joined by a number of his brothers. The rebellion lasted a year. And a half before it was finally crushed some believe that eleanor who had publicly supported her sons had actually instigated the revolt as a result. King Henry had eleanor imprisoned in eleven. Seventy four. Eleanor STAYED IN CAPTIVITY FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. Until Henry's death in eleven eighty nine. By then Eleanor's oldest son had died so her second oldest Richard the first known to history as Richard. The Lionheart ascended the throne. Eleanor was very close with Richard. Soon after taking the Throne Richard. One off to take part in the third crusade and left. Eleanor in charge. Though she'd been locked away for over a decade it took eleanor no time at all to get back in the swing if things. It wasn't long before she was signing documents and having others address her as eleanor. By the grace of God Queen of England Richard Eventually returned home from the crusade after being kidnapped in Jerusalem and ransomed his mother in eleven ninety nine. Richard was killed in battle while fighting. King Philip of France over territory. He was succeeded by his brother. John upon becoming King John Quickly signed a peace treaty with Philip with peace finally achieved. Eleanor MOVED TO FUND TO ROW. Abbey where she died in twelve o

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"king louis" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"king louis" Discussed on Blind History

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"king louis" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"king louis" Discussed on Blind History

"It stayed that way almost until the end of Napoleon's time. And, he did the same culturally by displacing Italy. It's true Italy was always seen as the place where manners and good taste originated, and from then on it became Franz. It also became the language French of diplomacy, which he was very good at using to his own ends, and he kinda controlled Europe the way Queen Victoria controlled it later on in the late nineteen hundreds by marrying various members of his family off to various other royal houses so. So there was always to as of getting acquisitions like the Habsburg drew the impact by marrying, and he loved war I mean loved. He would go to walk often. He understood what to be done. He wasn't suicidal. Say if we look at what he did with England you wanted to get them in a partnership to go up against near the Lens to take up the part of Europe northeastern part and new Charles can left and it was. Was Manny and women, so he invited him Charles came along. Even goodies waft to go with an Entourage Caravan, full of beautiful finish, woman and a backup full of many. Charles was in Charles joined him in a partnership. He was very fun of women himself I mean he married Maria Theresa of Austria. His own mother was Australian, too, so he ended up marrying a relative, and they did have children, and fortunately for Louis He didn't see his son. Son succeeded. Son died before he did. And his grandson died before he did save, and she saw his great grandson seed to the thrown off to and that was Louis, the fifteenth alternate, but he did like women and his wife. Maria Theresa died in sixteen, Eighty three, and he was very complimentary about her. Though in a way that wouldn't confer too much emotional kindness. He said she never caused me a moment of unease except when she died. which is a complement of A. Way With words. He also married Madame de Menton. Are who was originally mistress? And he three secretly married. No one spoke of it, but it was kind of accepted thing around court that she was his wife, and he had a fez the whole time especially during his marriage to Maria Theresa with Lavar `learn and many other women Bonetti Lam Kwok Baffle. He would create a tax for his mistress. He'd say okay. I've got a new mistress. She wants something. I'll make salted tech's and she'd get like two percent in every kilogram. Assault sold Louis. Loved the bit of flattery if he said anything nice about him I. Mean You come into portrait of very famous portrait of him by? He assaulted good where he's standing in his robes of state with the flotilla easel over it. It's got a sword which they still got in the in the museum at the love. The sort of Charlemagne is what they call it, and he's wearing his Perry wig, and he's got a a frilly color and the color of the order of Saint, Louis around his neck. Leagues are in white stockings, high heel shoes at the big rig bow in the front and I think that fashion wouldn't be a missing Peres today. It's probably where could your comes exactly? He's very proud of his legs. He will the heels accentuate his brilliant carbs, which he needed to show off and the reason he had such good legs was not just genetics. He also used to go and his Paul Menard every single day through the gardens of Sim when he became too old to walk, and he insists that everybody kept up with him in other words, he'd be walking, and you had to walk at the same pace as him, and that was where he did most of his business. While, he was walking. You could put petitions him and explain some political situation. And he died the help you or ignore you, and he had little gardens that he would disappear into, so you'd go into one of the bus guests, and then he would say oh. No I'm bored with you. Any would just disappear down a little hidden poff, and into amaze, and you'd never find him again for the rest of the day. But if he wasn't able to walk eventually these to push him around in a big Pram. We get table manners from him. We. Get bowing. We get all the various. Etiquette positions and postures, and and these tiny little bits of human behavior, which we god as being universal, but most of them come from Louis. He was obsessed with that stuff. He would take his hat off for every woman with a she was a poor peasant, woman or a duchess, but he would take extra hive, duchess and extra low for the peasant woman, so if Louis did something even the smallest thing. That you for example you like the most important person in the aristocracy. It's the way he tamed them is if they weren't at court paying attention to him, they were causing trouble somewhere fermenting a rebellion, and he never wanted to go back to the Francais took them out of Paris out of their own sinecures, and put them in Versailles, and they would live in these terrible little dank apartments, but to be at Versailles was grander than to be in your own castle your own chateau somewhere when he saw his minister fouquet's. Chateau called Vala Vicomte, which is still one of the most beautiful houses and fronts. He was horrified that this guide both himself this amazing palace. And had obviously spent more money than Louis had before. You built Versailles. And he had him arrested. That's. One of the mess Katina's. Dot again. How do you pronounce Dr Neha? Sounds a little bit in what I said. One of the heroes of the muskateers ye actually arrested him. And then when they put him in jail, this individually talking about He's servant was any loud one seven in the came in the nine mosque, and that's a basis for the story of the Alexandra. Do My Zach lead and inspired numerous films and novels about this particular incident you talking about amazing, but you know if you look at the end France had one of the worst in this particular year at one of the worst winters in living memory, and then the suffer from major feminine. And, so he had to. Go get grind in the Mati Louis had to go and get grain and bake for food for France, so they were also very very tough. Tom's near the end of his of his reign. Amazing but if you look at today, macron season as a role model Charles to goal soy miserable. Yeah people who lived during his reign called bear. Moliere Vaccine Lebron Lovo these a famous architect artists musicians like shop anti. Tin Bul who invented that style furniture? Verba these are some of the most brilliant and talented Frenchman that ever lived, and it's sort of in some respect the golden age if there was a golden age for France, it was during the reign photography when he died in his mid seventies, which for those days was quite incredible, but he had huge health problems I mean. He had diabetes in the. Andy got quite fat. He had lots of dental abscesses. Got He had a horrible operation on an Anal Fistula took hours. And he apparently because they didn't have anesthetics those days, he apparently didn't even changes breathing during the operation. Because being the king meant you didn't show weakness, so while they were operating on his US whole, he remained calm and totally subdued, and didn't give an indication that he was in any pain, but they met a malt for his. Because he thought that's other could keep an open. Yes, that's a true story that I met a mold and in the end they gave him cuisine. And that's what solve these troubles. And then he got gangrene. That's what killed him. He got a a gangrene infection in his leg, and it started to smell quite mad, and for a couple of weeks he was just lying in the stock room in the Palace of Cy with people coming in and out the whole time because he would never be left alone. And he had this this ugly, suppurating, sore on his leg, that just.

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"king louis" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"king louis" Discussed on Blind History

"Years of his death, everything he had done had been ripped apart by the revolution. Including his remains, which were zoomed by enraged French. This is the story of the greatest king of fruits. Louis Kotov Louis Gone Live, Salei the King of France between sixteen, thirty, eight and Seventeen fifteen. This is the guy who's most well known for absolutism for founding the old principles of the unseen regime, the divine right of kings he ruled for seventy two years in one hundred and ten days, which makes him the longest reigning sovereign in European history, and he got to the throne at five years. Old Story of Louis is mostly. Quite pleasant, he did take over at a very young age, and had Cardinal Mazarin and his mother, and of Australia rule for him as regents when he was a little child, but at twenty three he took control and man, he take control. He centralized the French state. He tried to eliminate feudalism completely. He built palaces like Versailles and retreats like me and they're still there for you. You to see, and they are own inspiring. He managed to survive fron rebellion when he was a child, and that informed him in a very direct way about his hatred of Paris, he tried to uniformly gathered the French Catholic Church as a kind of religion for everybody and revoked the Edict of Nantes which abolished the rights of huguenots. He had brilliant people living during his lifetime. And France became the leading European pie he's involved in a number of major was and most of the time when he wasn't will, he was planning the next will. But win new. He died at an advanced age. He died leaving France in an absolutely incredible position didn't last long, though because the seeds for the revolution had been son. Antony measure is here with talking about King Louis the fourteenth and you know about this guy. Right this I do and Napoleon sit. There was anyone king. Map is leave. The fourteenth and an opponent said that about any king because he hated the bogans. You hate them, and this is the guy who really gave that surname wait. Exactly, he grew up under the famous king. Louis the thirteenth who will probably from the three musketeers. And his mother was of Australia. Apparently very beautiful, very vivacious and quite power hungry woman. His father died when he was four or five, so he didn't really have a lot of time to get to know his dad and his dad tried to make. A rule that there would be a regency council, so he wouldn't just hand part it. His wife King Louis the fourteenth. She just overturned. The will she was that path made a self. Head of the councilman hired a bunch of people mostly from the church because she was very religious. To help run things until he was twenty three. I think that's been caught on. God Yes, so that's been Louis took over. That's ran Danny Lynch. Match up until that point. When people came to the court when he was young when he's a ten years old, impeccable manners so well brought up, there was same priest by him a radio, very young age that is such an interesting thing to bring up at the beginning, because that was really the hallmark of his age, he made France the center of Manas of etiquette of respectability of art of culture of language of performance, and his whole life was a performance from the moment he was born until the day he died, he was putting on a show of. Of what he thought kingship should be and everything he built, was there to enhance his kingship, and his glory war was for him just an instrument, and ons his glory, and he lived eight breathed and slipped kingship. He was famously quoted. Perhaps Apocryphal saying Litas Wa which means I, am the state. And he believed that and lived publicly Oh everything. Everything woke up in the morning. There were people around him direct. When he went to sleep at night, there were people around him when he had sex with his wife. There were people around wrecked when his children were born. There were people around him. There was no such thing as privacy. He was the first Kardashian. It's very much. except I think he had slightly better, manage them the actions, but when he was very very young, their rebellion that you talked about a little bit earlier witnessed it. You're the front. They mooted Henry, the fourth and Henry the third. and the billion founded immune is bad, and that just left it when he was a little child, and apparently this mob of Parisian's broke into the palace. They found him sleeping. He pretended to be asleep because he never forgot about. And then they looked at this child, and so we kind moated this kid they lift, but he never forgot and as a result, he never wanted to live in Paris exhibited it. Went to gave the Louvre away and turned it into a museum. That's why it's a museum today because they used to live there, and he said I don't WanNa live in the face with his mad Parisian mob, maybe saw the revolution fair enough because it wasn't long often rain. And he went and built Versailles, which used to be a hunting lodge for his father, and it was a small. You know very pretty, but not particularly grand`place, and he turned it into this absolute monstrosity, and I mean monstrosity in terms of size because it was beautiful from into end. The Biggest Palace in Europe with gardens that I don't think anyone has ever been able to rival, he had complete command. He wanted to rule of a nature and buildings. He was obsessed with architecture. He's obsessed with plants. He was obsessed with water. He loved fountains and he would walk through the gardens of SL the whole time and they'd switch on fountains as he walked because they didn't have enough pressure. Make all the fountains good. Once a he always thought everything was working at once little did he know that they were actually as he moved, there were people shouting at each other in the Bushes Sing Tao now. Turned it on and move postulates which it often go to the next one, but you know that everybody wanted to be like him so even jolly monarch Charles a second and Catherine the great and I mean they wanted to make court slack resign. Ludwik of Bavaria was so obsessed with King Louis the fourteenth that he built palaces all over noise. Von Stein Castle built. Hang him share which he also built in replication, really of a small version of Versailles, but that place was just absolutely astonishing that anyone could pull off something of that magnitude, those rooms which are painted by Lebron and have guilt everything marble floors, fireplaces. The Hall of mirrors you know mirrors were really hard to make in those days and really expensive. Expensive and no expense was sped. He wants advice I to be the jewel, but united something interesting in terms of what we do, we make shelters, and that people talk about this being the start of wish, shatters have come from because he had shatters inva-. Yeah, and he still see them even in the hall of Mirrors and he would open the Chattan peek through there because there was lots of beautiful women that used to pay in the little that you fan. And, I used to bathe in that, but he says that he was more concerned of the cards, not concentrate on guarding, but looking at the woman. Would Pekan them invest them, but also many of the fortresses he built around northern France and northern. An and Francis were still using the second world. War Yeah, said says you what he did, and also the other thing from Louis. Let's be frank. You wanted to take over the world. Lonzo he was definitely one of those. Well, he did take over Spain effectively he put his own family and control of Spain, and he eclipsed the holy Roman Empire. From the point of view of being the most powerful Empire in Europe, and made a difference, and.

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"king louis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"king louis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"For many many years now John Hogan has been studying profits and prophecy and soothsayers and here he is back once again and we were discussing quatrain twenty oddly quatrain twenty of a sentry nine and I will read it again quickly and take it line by line is basically about the for the flight of the of King Louis the sixteenth and his family and queen Marie Antoinette from Paris and it tends to skate revolutionary France in seventeen ninety one that took place on the night of June twentieth seventeen ninety one the court train is number twenty and this is by night he will come by the forest of three and three and is the they they pose as a married couple and not as royalty they took a large coach and they did pass that force on their way on a on a northern route out of Paris they disguise themselves as a married couple and they took a lot of changes in their route because they couldn't find the forces the right horses they had to change for fresh horses so the next line is a married couple devious route they change their route from the original plan many says in the next line queen white stone now that is an apt description in three words for Marie Antoinette her hair turned white from the stresses of the revolution she the diamond necklace scandal the tribute it to her was one of the major steps towards a revolution the white stone and she was dressed in white witnesses say as this wife this guy the other description was given to the king is looking like a Carmelite monk in gray they were graced mock and gray hat and in the next line it says a month came in gray in the car and the east this were was reported by witnesses in the town of our and the town where the coach was stopped by the mayor who is a revolutionary and the guards then drove the coach back to Paris the final line talks about the result of this elected.

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The time America invaded Britain

Retropod

03:25 min | 2 years ago

The time America invaded Britain

"Was seventeen seventy eight an American ship called the ranger was headed to France. The ranger had two missions I to deliver news of the British surrender at Saratoga. The Americans hoped the victory would persuade King Louis the sixteenth to lend troops to Americans fighting the revolutionary war the second goal cause problems for the British John Paul Jones was the rangers captain tune on his voyage. The ranger sunk brig loaded with flaxseed a schooner filled with barley and oats in a merchant's loop filled with beer but Jones was a fiery ambitious captain. He wanted more than just to sink ships so as he sailed through the Irish Sea he hatched a plan to bring the American revolution to Britain chores specifically to the shores of a town called whitehaven where he'd begun his naval career in the name of the United States Navy Jones decided. He didn't made his home town. That idea of course was met with resistance from his top lieutenants. Jones spent a day on board the ranger trying to convince his men to carry out the rate. Finally thirty men agreed in the wee hours of the morning Jones in his crew paddled the two miles to shore and took a nearby British fort without incident Hay success. Yes another crew launched in a second vote. Their job was to set fire to the ships in the harbor into the town. They veered a bit off course instead of setting fire to the ships as planned the men invaded a tavern and got drunk one crewmen the scape and ran through the village to alert the fire brigade of the coming destruction when the people of Whitehaven woke up and gathered at the docks only one ship hip was on fire Jones posted guards at the end of the dock and threw flaming pinecone into the ship's cargo hold he later wrote that the cargo hold was filled filled with coal and if it caught fire it would've spread well it didn't so his crew piled into a Guinea breath and paddled in the morning daylight back to the ranger taking cannon fire from townspeople while they retreated the ship fire. Meanwhile was easily extinguished. The plot was such a failure but Jones only narrowly avoided a mutiny from his crew but it may be Jones got the last laugh. His operation wasn't a success but it ravaged public opinion of the war in Britain Britain British generals had assured parliament the mainland was safe and humorous some Pesky American landing right on their shores according to revolutionary war or historian Tim McGrath the British papers were furious and as for Jones himself. His legacy has survived through history. You may not remember his his name or his infamous raid but you've probably heard the word. She cried soon. After during a naval battle off the Yorkshire Coast when asked if he wished surrender Jones declared I have not yet begun to fight. That battle ended in victory.

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On This Day in History: The Hope Diamond Was Stolen

This Day in History Class

02:55 min | 2 years ago

On This Day in History: The Hope Diamond Was Stolen

"Day was September. Eleven seventeen ninety two the hope diamond along with other other crown jewels was stolen when six men broke into the house where the tools were stored the history of the blue diamond dates back to the mid seventeenth century we when jean-baptiste to Varney was in possession of a diamond and that was about one hundred fifteen metric carat the diamond most likely came from a mine in India India and Taverny described its color as violent. The diamond was one of the many stones he still to King Louis the Fourteenth of France in sixteen sixty the eight it was re cut several years later and became known as the French blue. The diamond is blue because of the small amounts of Boron present it in seventeen forty nine. King Louis the fifteenth had the court jeweler reset the diamond and a piece of ceremonial jewelry decades later during the French Revolution King Louis the Sixteenth and Marie Antoinette attempted to flee France and the crown jewels were given to the government in September of seventeen ninety two while the King Marie Antoinette were imprisoned thieves broke into the royal storehouse and stole the French blue diamond during a a nearly week long looting of the crown jewels according to some historians one of the thieves took the diamond to Howrah thin to London where he tried to sell it the diamond's whereabouts for the next couple of decades are unclear but in eighteen twelve a large John was recorded as being in the possession of a London diamond diamond merchant named Daniel Eliason that demand was likely the modern hope diamond cut from the French Blue King George the fourth worth of the United Kingdom later acquired the stone and it was probably sold upon his death to pay off debt once the diamond came into possession the hope of banking family it became known as the hope diamond since then the stone has been sold several times reset and re cut the diamond made it to the US in nineteen eleven when Pierre Cartier sold it to American heiress Evelyn Walsh McLean in nineteen Kim fifty eight Harry Winston Inc donated the diamond to the Smithsonian institution it weighs forty five point fifty two carrots and the Smithsonian me an institution describes is color as fancy dark grayish blue the pinned it surrounding the diamond is made up sixteen white diamonds and it's necklace chain contains taints forty-five white diamonds. The hope diamond is now housed at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. It has a reputation for being curse since it's associated with a bunch of unfortunate events. There's a good chance these rumors were a marketing ploy to bring attention to the hope diamond

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"king louis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"king louis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Right. The only believe the church only recently inherited it it was initially purchased by an exorbitant sum and the eleventh century by king Louis, the ninth which was to be placed in central nearby and the entire bottom crept of central pal is like reliquary just for the crown of thorns and then later on I think after the the revolution. Or maybe even in the late nineteenth century, the crown of thorns moved to not for down. I think very very recently. But there's marvelous story I don't know if you found that where the priest go within and recovers the crown of thorns, which according to the gospel story was woven crown of orange placed on on the head of Christ. And that element of his mocking and his authority as the. Year happens to be a decide that the reason that drew so many pilgrims to parrot Mitch Lee was the crown of thorns. And and thank the way in this case. It was recovered from the flames marble story, whether it was the original crown of thorns. There are many other crown of thorns authenticated. We don't know. For instance, there about at least ten different cathedrals, maybe more that reportedly have the original foreskin of Jesus to. So these are hard tests indicate yeah, it's hard to imagine given the size of the foreskin of a baby. That all of these churches that claim to have the foreskin of Jesus before his Bris or after his Bris. Jesus would have had to be a very unusual to have that much to work with to fill the relic reasonable the churches claim to have that as a starting point. So talk about though, then I'll get to Joe who's east of the Rockies, and maybe one other before the top of the hour questions for Dr Frank elbow about the imagery. The intersection of various epochs of history in Notre dumb that talk about how it is that the city itself was designed around. Notre Dom both physically and sort of psychologically. Well, certainly psychologically in the sense that Notre Dame is on the L dissipate. And this is a an island off the Bank.

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"king louis" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

06:18 min | 3 years ago

"king louis" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The wars started and the emperor's started coming from Constantinople now. Is bowl. The crown of thorns and a relic of the true cross. Then went to is ten bowl where it stayed until twelve thirty eight things started to get a little dicey for the emperor Baldwin in Constantinople, and he had already mortgaged everything he had. Including the crown of thorns. That's when king Louis twelve thirty eight decided to see if he could buy the relics and bring them to Paris. He was looking to unite people. And he thought the the crown of thorns would be the thing that could help him. Do it. He paid three times three times what it cost to build the cathedral that it was kept in. It was not originally kept in. Notre dom. It was moved to Notre Dom. After the relic barely escaped the French revolution in the French revolution. They were collectivist. Socialist's anti capitalists, anti religionists anti-god and a desecrated Notre Dom they had sex on the altar and sacrifices. They said it was a temple of reason not a temple of God. In the chapel where the true cross and the crown of thorns were kept much of it was destroyed somehow or another those two relics escaped and they lay safe until after the revolution. And eighteen o six eighteen six when Napoleon said we should move these to temporarily to Notre Dom for safe, keeping well, they were moved there. And they were never moved again until yesterday. These are the crown jewels of France, and it was a extraordinarily brave priest that went into the flames to grab these relics whether they are truly the true cross and the. The crown of thorns. We'll never really know. They've been dated to the right era who the right time. But whether they are the true cross and the the true crown of thorns, we don't know. And they're only about seventy thorns they say seventy thorns left because at the time king Louis would give one of the thorns the people who had done something that he favored now, it's preserved in a crystal case a round crystal case that was made in the late eighteen hundreds, and it is only out a couple of times one on Good Friday, which is coming up on this Friday and Easter usually it is laying away from prying eyes. I was struck yesterday by I will never see Notre Dom. And it is what I had said recently, I had told my family, and I had told you for different reasons that these churches, and these cathedrals and these monuments will be lost in the coming years. All I could think of was we had planned a trip to Paris just this last summer, and I cancelled it because we were in the middle of doing business, and I had told my family, we have got to get to Paris before it burns down to the ground, and you won't see things like the cathedral anymore. I said it multiple times. Honestly, the second. I saw Notre Dame on fire on television. The first thing I thought about was saying this because I thought it was just it's one of those things that are just so random that glitches blurts out. What are you even talking about? And, but yeah, you said I mean multiple times, I remember I said it because of ISIS action. Yeah. I think this is actually a blessing, and we can get into that in a minute. Listen to this because there's a case. Well, listen to this. This is Glenn in two thousand fifteen we dug this one for your hair. Listen, here's Glenn talking inexplicably about Notre Dom being destroyed because of what is happening. I believe London. France, Germany, Greece. I believe these things could be destroyed in what is coming and especially because remember who you're fighting against you're fighting against Islamic extremists the places that they will target. We'll be places like the cathedral of Notre Dom you back to Germany to France in fifteen years from now, and it might be free. It might not be it might be free. But the cathedral of Notre Dom may be gone now. That's that's two thousand fifteen here. He is an another show this on TV in two thousand fifteen as well. So timbers, he sits. Trouble and they're gonna get bit. Feeling. So now this weekend, they're doing Paris as their first and they're saying tower. That was.

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"king louis" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"king louis" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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Explainer 148: Can Emmanuel Macron reason with the yellow-vest protesters?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

04:26 min | 3 years ago

Explainer 148: Can Emmanuel Macron reason with the yellow-vest protesters?

"Any analysis of the yellow vests phenomenon or of official responses to it does need to adjust for the France factor. In most countries, logged scale public protests is d- lost resort of frustrated citizens in France. It's pretty much the first response the grievances which historically have been expressed elsewhere with peevish letters to newspaper editors have traditionally been expressed in France by hurling sections of footpath, the John, Don. Attempts to replicate the yellow vests phenomenon. Elsewhere have been notably less dramatic in the UK, it has amounted to a few dozen middle aged men who can't understand why they're not allowed to see their kids blocking traffic and yelling about the forums. But even by Francis standards. The yellow vests have been a big deal. The movement began mobilizing last November taking its name and its uniform from the high visibility jackets, which all French motorists must carry the vests have been staging vast protests, many of them violent and various other direct actions, including incapacitating by one estimate. Sixty percent of Francis. Speed cameras in keeping with the traditions of French protests. The yellow vests are kina and clear on what they don't want. Then what they do originally inspired by objections to diesel taxes. They Anga has expanded into a broad nonspecific rage with the modern world in general comparisons have been made with the storied revolts of Maine nineteen sixty eight which at one point briefly looked like they might have forced the full and flight of president Charles de goal Francis. President president Emmanuel Macron. Has correctly identified that the yellow vests may pose an existential threat to his decreasingly popular presidency. So beginning this week with an almost audible sigh of I've got to get back in touch with the rebel Macron intends to spend from now until March touring France talking to actual people. This is not the first concession Macron has made to the vests. He has previously announced some tax cuts and floated the idea of immigration quotas. But it is the most dramatic concession and the one likely to be most closely monitored by other European leaders beleaguered by angry mobs. Under Macron's grand new outreach program. Any citizen of France may apply to organize and chair debate policy proposals. Which emerged from them will be scrutinized by officials and considered by the government Macron introduced the scheme with a two thousand three hundred and thirty word open letter to the people it is much as Macron depicts himself a model of inclusive. Reasonableness we wanted to green on everything he wrote, but that's normal. That's democracy. But at least we'll show that we are a people who are not afraid to speak to exchange views and debate. And perhaps we'll discover that we might even agree despite all different persuasions more often than we think Macron's idea is also as he put it to transform anger into solutions. It is difficult to imagine a more desirable advance in political alchemy or unfortunately, a less likely one the idea that angry populists might be converted into constructive. Participants in the. Democratic discourse. If only someone would listen to them relies on the belief that the yellow vests or Brexit twos. Or Trump voters actually want to be listened to it fails to consider the possibility that what they want is to make noise and enjoy the discomfort it causes in others, Macron's should perhaps look further back than Charleston goal in seventeen thousand nine king. Louis. The sixteenth who in fantas often citizens rather more to complain about than president Macron ever has asked the estates to submit their catalogs of grievances within four years. Louis learned the hard way that the general appetite for compromise was smaller than he believed. For multiple twenty four. I'm Andrew movie.

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