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"kingman" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Where can people tune into that. That sounds my youtube and you can say on. My website is well cool. Cool all right. So so there's two inox the sun kane and the son of jared the son of jar. This is the inaugu this book that we're gonna go over isabelle. He's the seventh generation from adam. He was born a thousand years before the flood. He was noah's great grandfather. Some people say grandfather but they forget about malkhaz adak and lemeck. M- amac is noah son and then malcolm Is sorry is inox on and then makasi deck is little mexican so then inaq walked with god is known to have walked with god. He lived exactly three hundred sixty five years and he never died but instead he was taken and he was transformed into the archangel metro. That's not just a new age thing it's actually from a jewish. Rabbi said that so you got you got your three different inox. We got one inaki as the ethiopa book of enoch which the staden the canon of the ethiopian bible the entirety of the existence of it comes from this. Knock the seventh from adam so to knock his similar to it. But it's also a lot about astrology. So it's more of a a fallen angel type of Book rather than just from what would be deemed as the as god versus the fallen angels. You know to is very unreliable and three. Eeoc is the hebrew book of enoch which was written by rabbi ish mile and he was taken to heaven and spoke directly to metron which. He's the one that saw that metron was enough so he just out of some kind of psychedelic experience. Meditation something That he went to heaven was talking to mandatory on. He asked matron who he was and he transformed into china right so he lived in between ninety three hundred eighty. But we're not going to focus on that one though but here it is. He's real big in the new age community and some people think that it's a starter from a new age thing but actually started from the rabbi there so you can see here in the second point that's as according to gershom chalan the hebrew mystic scholar. The profit inox flesh was turned to flame his veins to fire his eyelashes to flash of lightning. His eyeballs to flaming torches he whom god placed on a throne next to the throne of glory received after this heavenly transformation. The name though. So that's how he became editor on that you know that he was raptured literally right on the spot. He became an astro being. He went from being physical to what they're saying. Flash was turned to flame. It's burning out of physical creation. Something similar to what might happen. A cmo a a strong enough. Sammy hit and burned our physical bodies but kept our eternal bodies. You know something to that effect. Hurry then we have other books that are mentioned in the bible but aren't in the bible. You have thirteen of them here. I'm not going to name them all but this is just for anybody who is unsure of why we can accept the book of That it's mentioned in the bible along with these thirteen other books that us can go check l. And is referenced in the bible many times it's directly quoted and several new testament books. Jude peter luke. Matthew and john it has direct parallels with the book of genesis and jesus often spoke using direct quotes from the book viennac and it also mentions the son of man the elect one the richest one and the lord of spirits which is also mentioned. All these names are mentioned in the bible and here you got some quotes from jesus and they line up with enoch weather there directly from enoch were receiving the same type of information from the same god. Then they're talking about the same types of things you know and here's a second page of that because wanna check it out or you know like i said it's all my series and then here's a fun little one tartari. Everyone is obsessed with tartari. There's a connection there in enough one. Six right in the beginning and the high mountains will be shaken in the high hills. There'll be made low and so melt like wax before the flame which sounds like mudflats to me or it could be a lava pouring out but it sounds like high hill. Shelby made low and shell melt like wax before the flame. Sounds like a monthly to me which We all know probably happened not too long ago. And also uriel. Who's one of the holy who is over the world and over charteris which isn't enough twenty. Two and charteris in the bible is hell or she. She'll actually has a house Talked about in the book v. Knock as we're learning from the box. Saga that may be. Hell is from helsinki. So wanna make sure that we're getting our words right nowadays with all his word magic on on you know Absolutely so here. We have the fallen angel. So i'm not gonna read off all this like i said you guys can pause it and check it out but this all happened during the time of inox father jared and then there's all their names and now this is important because you're familiar with psychedelic Speak to you so here. We got Inox saying they taught humanity charms and encampments the cutting of routes and made them acquainted with plants. That sound like taking psychedelic. St you do. Are you familiar with wa- and i- boga were both said to come about because the plants told the people right but if you can imagine that they were people who we call the fallen angels in the book viennac if you can imagine their place where we can't see them and they're speaking 'to us and maybe we can hear them if they take the psychedelics then we can see them now we can start interacting with them so had the quote unquote plants. Never told us. Then the interactivities fallen angels may not have ever occurred. Not and you know obviously i'm not against psychedelics. But that is. There's a lot traps in there. So as i was saying earlier you know. I don't suggest people go. Throughout the way that i did be- you wouldn't be the first person to warn us against psychedelics. On the show. I actually made the decision after being offered a quite a few times not to do a d. m. t. because i just you know a don't feel like it's necessary in my life and be. I've heard a lot of mixed things about it and i'd prefer to go the route of the you know the monk into the austere way. Not you know with the help of of plants that don't even come from my area. And i was born in the northeast. You're from he said right. So we kinda that land in my belief system. I don't know how true this is. But i sort of believe that i'm connected to the ancestors of this. The plants the animals in the minerals of this land. So i don't know if the amazon iowa resonates.
"kingman" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Emmanuel kingman. Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the my family thinks. i'm crazy podcast. I'm your host mark palmer and on the show today. We have a man who you may have seen on zero with sam. Tripoli you may have seen mali's own podcast. The goodness over darkness podcast. We're talking to todd. Armstrong from the goodness over darkness. Podcast let us know how this started for you because we're obviously into a lot of the same things right. Yeah so and i also by annual kingman. So that's why my website emmanuel came in dot com. Because it's my higher self has given me. That happened over the last two years. So we're the starts with me. Is i was in prison six years ago. I was burglarizing pharmacies. So then i went to county for a few months. And then i got sent to a program so i went up. Stay for a year. Did that the that. A halfway house in north philly. I had some friends actually. They overdosed wall in the halfway house. So you know it was hectic we lived ryan the hood over there so i mean i went through a whole mess stuff with that. I don't even wanna get into all that. I talk about that on my podcast. You now in the early stages of my podcasts. I was my entire story. And it's a lot to you. Know the darkness that that i went through like sexual traumas addictions of everything mostly pharmaceuticals. But you know whatever and it turns out that people who take pharmaceuticals for other reasons you know. They feel the same when they finally get off on that they were just addicted to whatever was in the pharmaceutical So you see it now. I mean in in in age like is really blatant. The i've been calling it the medical malpractice industry but yeah man it. It's really it's really cool to see you come from there to this point here where you're expressing yourself. You're honest about your story. I mean with the title of the shell. My family thinks i'm crazy. Obviously a lot of people can relate to that. And i think you know part of the challenge that i set out for myself as being as honest as i can be on this show and not trying to present myself as someone who are not and you know kudos to you brother for like sharing that on your show. I hope people do go and listen to that and connect with you on that deeper level because it makes it all much sweeter so to speak to kind of go into this these subjects in these rabbit holes knowing that. You're not just like some armchair researcher your guy who's gone through a lot and you know we'll get into it now. I hope this darkness transmuted itself alight. Right what was that process like. So yeah it was a huge slingshot effect. I like i like. I lost one hundred pounds. I had ocd anxiety. Depression anger issues. Like crazy isn't a very loving person. In general i was my first reaction was always anger in. Maybe not my first reaction. But that was like my go-to thing. So i've really had overcome that. But what i it was through. Meditation ultimately is what saved me but it was ninety days in jail. My ninetieth day. I pray together for the first time in over a decade. You know when i was a teenager i was just like you know. God doesn't exist and then my ninetieth. I prayed for the first time and a long time and i was no longer a drug addict and i had been addicted forever ten year so like all of that stuff and then i had. I had a ton of different things happen to me. And i'm not a victim at all. So you know anyone listening. I call all these things that happened to me. So it's not that you know things just happened to me. You know out of nowhere like i. I put myself in the situation. So i had to go through and i had to get off of. I had to get that off of me. So what i did was a couple years ago about two years ago. I started to wake up a little bit. I started to get into i. Sort sorta ask where our way and earth didn't wasn't enough for me anymore when someone said were on earth like okay. What's that mean like. I want to know more. Where do we come from. What is this place. There's has to be a reason for all this. Like i didn't go through all that shit just for nothing so i like i said i lost a ton of weight. I did all that already. So i was raising my vibration. The entire time i was i was changing myself. I was actively observing myself. But i hadn't started meditating so once. I started meditating. That i i could only stay awake for one minute. I could've unfocused my brain. Clear my brain for only one minute and i would. That would be good enough for me for a few months. Maybe a few weeks then at lesson. Then i needed it more and more but every time i did it was like this amazing feeling the next few days it was literally you know and i look back on it. It was literally going up in evolutionary scale. And things would give so much better because i was climbing up the scale and then one time i stayed awake twenty minutes. It took me to get through this one guy. Meditation stayed awake through. It was the first time. I broke through to the other side. And ever since then. I've never fallen asleep again. And i. I start meditating for hours at a time for you. Know just unfocused. Meditation and what ended up happening to me was. I bought my crown. Shocker open by taking a bong hit. That was too big. I held it too long. That type of deal and it popped open my crown shocker and it made me become psychic all of a sudden it. Was this very intense thing. I wasn't even really sure shockers were at the time you know it was just happened to me and of all days. It's starting december twenty second. It was very weird. You know the the sun is rising the whole thing astro theology so it was very weird that it just r- something rosa me on that day. So then i. I really start. I got into psychedelics. Right before that. Though so i was meditating. It wasn't at the. I wasn't understanding everything. The why was it because it felt so good. I kept chasing it more and more this law that i felt from god. You know. I didn't have when i was a drug addict. I was burglarizing pharmacies and yelling at my daughter for just being a kid. You know doing all the things that i wasn't supposed to be doing i didn't feel that love so when i started feeling i love i chased it and so what i did was i withheld from ejaculation for one hundred and five days starting in january. First twenty twenty until it was just after easter. I think easter was actually my hundred. It was something like that so it was just like something changed in me and i could feel. This was my laney rising. Which i didn't know at the time but it wasn't at all painful. The way people describe how burning through their bodies. It was more of a control thing. Because i was instead of producing you know externally i was doing it internally and at one right on my so i was in control of the entire time so now i teach people how to do these types of things. I have mentorship programs for so i went through very intense processes doing very intense different types of techniques. The wim hof method. First time. I did that. I saw as symbols appear in front of my face. Red aztec symbol starts disappeared in front of my face because of the the capacity of that. That takes you to you know. Maybe i was already open to a from the different drug use in my life or maybe it was. The different trauma opened it up. You know however that opened in. May i was able to use to go to the other side and the more that i stayed awake in the sleep around the more control. I got the more imaginative. Ib came and the more. I began to control my life and very many ways. You know experimenting seeing that. If i react to this way when this car is parked and my designated parking spot if i react like this then i'm going to have a keep happening but i change it and it changes and it's like magic in front of my face and i really got a grasp of that and i'm moved to georgia mid pandemic and met mimi my girlfriend and you know my daughter and i moved down here and it's been magic. Ever since you know just everything falls in line synchronous typically and you know it's just riding the wave and understanding that there's something great on the other side that we're all here doing yamen. Wow i mean i'm not going to shy away from it but i did get a little shocked when you mentioned that you were were celebrate and you know it's something that i thought i would never be able to do in my life and and it's amazing that you found that before you had a a religious shrine off your relationship at that time but i found now that i'm in a relationship. It it's more Feasible for me to pull that off because there is that kind of like steadiness of our relationship but at the same time. It's not my decision anymore. You know what i mean. I feel like i got to consult with the lady. If i'm gonna do something like that. But i think she might be okay with them. If if it means my kunda leany rises because yeah what's been going down well in the way he just broke that down. It's very true to my experience in. I've never never went on the pharmaceutical route. You know. I'm just maybe lucky that for whatever reason that sort of thing always just turn me off really badly right now. I'm not gonna sit here definitely addicted when it comes to smoking weed. You know like. I'll smoke everyday so i do have my struggles in that realm and in using psychedelics off and on for the past couple of years really off more than on i have had those moments and i thought you described are really perfectly with the the car Parking spot situation. Because it's those little things in your daily life that you know i. It sounds cheesy and we as teenagers. Like there's god doesn't exist. He's not watching us. But in that way when you realize that the universe is conscious and there really is a creator watching us in that sort of metaphorical way or maybe in a retailer sense. You can start to understand how you're living within that those physics speak and and and really tune yourself at and and toon yourself towards the reality you wanna live and not the frustrated one where your car is always you know. You're always struggling for a parking spot. Now you wanna live in the reality where things just go. Easy one step after another so when you are faced with resistance. Don't resist back ease into it right. would you say that's true for your experience. Yeah the the world is algorithms. That's what works on and you know when you start to understand that than it makes everything else becomes so much easier because you can your programming your world essentially you are creating. you're not creating you're using the world around you. That god created a. You're using it to your benefit at. Were your downfall. No matter what you're doing it is responding to you. It is a law that god created so that god doesn't have to punish us we would punish ourselves. So it's karma were it's cause and effect. This is what it is when we we have to see what we're doing what we're thinking. We have to see. It happen to us in order to understand it. that's why god has creation. He came down to creation because he had to understand it. That is why we're here. We're here to understand experience. And we're here to do certain things and to move away from certain types of thinkings into higher types of thinkings and it's a process that it's an evolutionary process and we can live this and one lifetime you know. This is what jesus taught us is that you can do this all in one lifetime whereas a lot of teachers before him were saying you just have to live out your life and then you'll have a better life after that but jesus is like no you can change everything about you right now and you can have the best life you want right now. You know so so when once you start taking action in your own life and realizing that how special you are. It really makes a difference in how you treat other people and it's not saying that i am more special than anyone else i just know how special im everyone is super special and everyone has to find their own way once they do that. Then it's like okay. This place actually is for my benefit.
"kingman" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Welcome to the my family thinks. i'm curry easy. Podcast i'm your host mark palmer and today we have a very very special guest. His name is todd. Armstrong also known as emmanuel kingman and. Todd is a really cool. I i met him booking on sam tripoli's zero podcast and he said. Hey man i got this book of enoch stuff. I want to do Can i come on. Your show can go on sam show. They said yeah. Let's do it a couple months later here. We are now making it happen. So please.
"kingman" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Like the people behind some of the brands and Page designer who are doing things and the makers who are and, you know, we talked about different cardboards and talked about, like, opening a gogglebox like people, like you spend a lot of time creating those things. So, that is the gap to me and just showcasing, like, you know, a photographer, every catalog that you look at every magazine that you look at every Instagram post office. Someone took a picture of that product so that's that's where I bridge the gap, I guess. If that makes sense, it does it does and I I get it, I understand, is it me? You're like, why am I on this show off? I just, I mean, no, I think I that's what's always. When I applied to be on, making it, I was like they're not going to pick me, I'm not this like you know, stereotype I'm not a woodworker or I'm not a welder, I'm not dead quiltmaker like they need stereotypes, I feel I feel that's just what, that's how I interpret watching, previous Seasons. Like everybody has a thing and I think that's what keeps me that's always been. the, the It's like a double-edged sword, right? Like I applied for a job. And so many people are like I don't get I don't get what you want there like why are you starting your photographs? We're not hiring you to be a photographer like we're not going to this as well as a guy. I also have this and I can do this but I think like this and I can build that just saying, hey like I'm a I like I'm curious about all areas of crafting and making and I'd like to wear a bunch of hats and they're like great. Well we're not looking for a guy who wears a bunch of hats we need this and so, I'm like, okay. And so it's, it's been horrible, right? Navigating career and opportunity and same thing with this show, I was like, I can't give you A one pager or like a, you know, an intro statement Adams quilter from Tahoe. And I was like, I just like I'm just the vague maker off since that and now applying back to this this podcast where you're like you're wondering why you're on this show, I'm always, like, yeah. What is what, who Am I, who am I to you? Would you would you change the Gap? I like what you said, you Bridging the Gap. The things unseen. So it's it's appreciated. And I'm grateful to be here. Yeah, I'm thank you for taking the time to talk to chat about it, cuz it's it's interesting, it's from everything, from your design point to like, being on a reality T show, like, we don't usually get that The inside scoop like I have designers, I have photographers but now you're like, you're this reality. Stop, you know, whatever you want to call, you're on a reality television show. So it's it's you know, however you want to look at it. Like that's so it's cool. So thank you for taking the time off. Instagram is at Adam Kingman correct. Correct. Website is Adam Kingman, yep, anywhere else. People should follow you. What's your YouTube now. Youtube.com forward slash. Adam Kingman, everything's just Adam King. When such as Google. Adam, Kingman watch. Making it on. NBC 6003. The first four are out..
"kingman" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Things ahead. I really enjoyed. Being able to tell stories on NBC, and I realized the way it's cut, my stories are very, very short, but I think the habit and practice of shooting every day and talking about the inspiration behind ideas and the methodology and the approach and you know, the lifespan of what I'm making wage. I loved it and Near the end of the show Amy's like Adam. You're you're you're really good Storyteller and you are you love to teach? And she goes every time we come to your desk, you stop and you teach us off, whatever you're doing. And we've learned to crochet and string brackets and make dumplings like and all that cut out from the show. But will like, you know, have a little box together. And so for this, For a meet and say, hey, you're you're good at this? I haven't really heard that before and I go. Okay maybe what? What does that look like? You know, I think bush is in the state of we know what we like but we don't necessarily know what to do with it or apply it. and the question on my mind is, like, okay, can I Or how might I continue to connect with people? Well, telling stories while sharing or teaching. And I started making YouTube videos of just drawing, like how to draw drawing Basics, just going to get my feet wet back into video, making and the response has been great and they're so fun to make, but I would love to do home. I guess I'm calling him field trips where from this show just didn't like normal life. Like a lot of a lot of my friends are very creative and I think would be so fun. It's just making YouTube series of field trips so we're it's this Bill Nye MacGyver. Adam, Kingman going to cities and saying God observing what they're crafting and saying, okay. What if we made this and then talk about the design process and sketch, ideation problems, all materiality, and then testing refining and build an object merging the design approach with the Craftsmen or craftswoman, you know, guests and just have these little field trip videos where you learn you like learn the why you learn the back story but you also learn the process and the craft I think that would be so fun. Pretty much just a bunch of notebook. Notebook notes adult camps thumbnails. Yeah. I love it. I don't why not right? Like I think like art is best shared or anything as best shared. I think you wanting and willing to like one you've been on T show so you're exposed but like, share what you're doing and why you love it? And inspiring other people to do it is like we only have a guy we know that much time on this earth. Like so if we can share something and maybe like pass on, even just meeting that person at the grocery store. And like to that to you, you just met somebody who likes watched you, but to them, they met like a celebrity. Like someone that there that inspires them. So, it's, it's cool that one year humble, and to your willing to like, share, I want to actively share more of that. If that makes sense. Makes sense. Thank you..
"kingman" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"That was very important to just show the resourcefulness of the materials you use and often times we have everything, we need brakes something, right? You don't necessarily need a trip to the store to feel creative and I think it might Inspire like kids watching at home. Thinking like, I'm not, maybe I'm not an adult and I can't go to Michaels or Hobby Lobby to get all this stuff. Meanwhile I have like seven broken rackets and some rubber bands, or packaging, whatever else. So I think it's I think it's doing more than you know, even though it's a conscious effort, I think people are seeing it and hopefully people are doing it. Thank you, God, thank you. Yeah. Use use what you have. It's it's the MacGyver MacGyver. In me of just, you've got everything you need kids. Don't know what MacGyver is anymore wage. What do divers been gone for? There was a new one, but I'm just saying, man, I'm just saying you might need to get like a maybe I don't even know anymore. I don't know what the new modern MacGyver would be. I don't know you. It's you Adam Kingman. You are awesome. You are the modern MacGyver Millennial Macgyver. Yes. What is wrapping up a little bit. What's next for you? Do you have any projects that you can talk about that? You're really excited about? Good question. Good question. I M honestly, how do I answer this? Cut that murmuring out. Good question. This is what I would do on TV. They could like I would just murmur and stutter and then be like, oh, okay, all right. Ready film is cutting this out. The other thing out that we won't say again, but we're leaving this murmuring in cuz this is good storytelling, okay. One of the. Unexpected parts of being on this show, is the characters that are reaching out to me a lot of baseball. Which I didn't expect lots of like distant family, which I also didn't expect. I was at Costco last weekend down here in Seattle. And this, I'm like, walking around carrying candy and this guy's, like, scuse me, I thought he was going to be like, where'd you get that candy Buck? You know, over there? Excuse me. I'm like, yeah, you guys, uh, and his wife is standing behind him, and he has two kids in the shopping cart. Like, are you on making it? That's like God. Yeah, I am. That sounds like the first time anybody's noticed and it's not, it's not about me. Like it wasn't that I got noticed but it was what it became. A catalyst for cuz we just start talking about projects and what he's up to and he's you know, I'm like what do you what do you do for fun? What do you like to make and he's making custom baseball cards. That's his Hobby and I was like whoa. Supercooling showing me photos on his phone and I go. Oh how cool is that? That I can adjust people out there suddenly she can you know, Skip ahead and just cut straight to you. What are you making? And what am I making? And I just I love to connect people over that. So it's been fun but projects.
"kingman" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"You use are just as important, you know, to say hey I made this for you out of the Driftwood that I got by my house. It's from Tahoe and it's been off floating in the water for years months. Who-knows-how-long turned polished Smooth by the sand and the water, and then I added to it. Like, that's so much more interesting to me than, like, oh, I got this block of wood wage levels at Hobby Lobby, which brings me to my next little Segway. You have a, a tab on your website, just called garbage design. And that was like, this can go many of wage. Like, before I click it, like are these just like garbage designs like failed designs, but it's literally you took garbage and you created things out of them. One being the balloon suit that we talked about a little bit before wage. What's the inspiration behind that? I think you just told me what the inspiration behind that is is just Repurposing like making something when I took some photo classes. One of the things that like they like one of our assignments, was take something really ugly and make it beautiful. And I think that's what you do in the design and correct me if I'm wrong. But that's what the garbage design is and just especially with our planet, our world right now. We're so wasteful. We're so everything's a consumable and just throw it out. So, it's fun. It's, I mean, I guess that's not a question cuz I think I just answered it for you, and maybe I didn't, but it's fun to just see, like, people along the way and, you know, you're being showcased on a major Network right now. And I think they're kind of telling that story a little bit like your I think Nick might say something or maybe a me one of them says something about like I don't know Adam just takes a bunch of trash and like keeps repurposing it and other people are like you know, so it's neat to see and it's really fun fact that you're consciously making those efforts. Thank you first off for picking that up on the show.
"kingman" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"I am as well, but they've taken care of me for a long time so I can't I it's biased wage. Hey, my pro deal expired. I'm sorry, if I'm allowed to talk about this. I'm sorry. And they literally yesterday, I reapplied. And they said no, and it was heartbreaking. I'll try again. But, I on the TV show or Smith Wildcats. I saw them, and they didn't nothing. Oh, and all these, all these messages. If you would be like, oh, one of those would shot glasses. I'm like, Smith wild cats, but Thursday are those Raiders? Are those safety rated? I don't know. There's no, there's no way they are, but message me after I will give you a a pro deal off the Record. Thank you. I just got all that, maybe I'll just send them some screenshots and be like, guys, you just gotta get in contact with the right people off. That's not for the public to hear our secrets that we know everything about this. That's amazing. So let's talk about Making it. So for anyone who doesn't know, Adam is a NBC celebrity. Now, he's a reality show. Celebrity, he is on Thursday, sees, making it season 3 with Nick Offerman, and Amy Poehler. Tell us all about it. Basically, for any I'll just go to the quick and then you can tell the details for anyone who doesn't know. It's a competition making show. They have like it's no different than, like, a forged in fire or baking show. They have like, certain parameters and certain things that they can use, and then it's a competition show. People get voted off every every week off and that's, that's what I see from it. Take us through this one experience as much as you can say, cuz season 3 is still rolling out, right off on, we're on episode four, I think. Yep, there are tomorrow is episode 5. So episode 4 is out and you are still on the show. So congratulations on that. Thank you. But talk about the experience, how you got in one and we'll go from there. Yeah, good question..
"kingman" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"This is the Predecessor to the design major. If you do well enough in this class, you'll be admitted to the school of design home only spots for 60. And there were, I remember how many there are hundreds of kids and we had three assignments. The whole semester one was designed a book cover off. One was a photography project, and one was make a cardboard stool out of one piece of cardboard without any adhesives or Fasteners or tape. And I was like, what this sounds amazing. This is like what I do for fun and any who like, immediately fell into that class and loved every bit of it, and it was it was sitting in these lectures and the questions that I've always wondered, but didn't think there was an answer or things I thought were intangible were being presented to me like dead you know, the history of letters and typefaces, or like, how to layout something spatially for the most home intuitive interaction or the history of chair design, like and how that influenced I don't know, there's just like it's it's it's it's hidden Saints but our life is surrounded in them and I never knew how to ask these questions and here I am. Just being handed answers that. I don't even know where thing. That's I'm so envious of that. Not necessarily class. But that college experience cuz like, I went to college for economic crime investigation into technology which is a segue to like work for the FBI. Basic life. I didn't have any of that. I didn't, I just went, I took classes, I learned things and like, I never felt fulfilled. There was, like, a couple, maybe two classes that were like this, I'm learning something, and I enjoy this. But other than that, it was like, I didn't have that. There was no one answering questions that I cared about. I learn a lot and I so for you to have that college experiences, And that's just one class, right? Yeah, I mean, Why not to use comic songs Exactly..
"kingman" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"And she has this really cool kind of lofted apartment and Ellary's like yeah, it's a cool place and I'm like no, no, no. Like you walk in and I described the whole thing in detail and ehlers jaw drops and it's like what is wrong with you? Like how long were you in a house? I was like, I don't know. He's like we walked in, he put your coat on and we left. She's like, you're insane and the free code. Any time we go out to a party, she's just say, hey, this is, hey, this is my friend Adam. He's going to not make eye contact until he touches everything in your house and then he'll come and talk to you. Do you have a pretty God, which is a, which is very accurate, especially, if I, you know, If I'm in a new surrounding I just studied the space. Everything like the lights touch points, you know the height of the tables, the flow of people like it's always just found so interesting to me so I thought like it wasn't. I thought that was normal for people, maybe it's not right. I sometimes I'm very observant but I had to try like if I like try to remember something I can but if I just walk, I'm like, I don't know. I have no, it's there. I have the ability but it's not constant. Yeah, I mean we all have our tricks, you know, would you say you have a photographic memory? I think if something interests me, okay, I will hold on, it'll live in my dream for a long time, took forever. So maybe it's selective photographic memory. I think that counts. I think that's a thing but how many who just had this mind especially even with wage film and movies or quotes, like I could just break down a scene years later and go. Oh, just like that film scene when this happens. And they're like, whoa, that was back and I go yeah, I want to, I want to be a I was wanted to be either an architect or a director. Okay. It was always carrying a camera with me throughout High School. Whether it was a film camera or video camera and just loved capturing and editing and, you know, Conveying a point of view. So I wanted to go to film school but I didn't get in. I wanted to go to USC cuz I love like old sci-fi, you know, Spielberg zemeckis and JJ Abrams. Like just how they how they capture with suspense. It's so good. Yeah. Larry, tell ya, I didn't get into film school and I also didn't fight it. I think it wasn't until I got older that I realized you could make things happen. Even if there was not an opportunity kind of create your own opportunity home. And so I ended up going to University of Washington which was wonderful school. I loved it and was going to be an architect cuz that's that's what I loved spaces..
"kingman" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"So companies callback Rock and it has this Legacy and Tech. And now it's a whole lot more than Tech. It's, you know, consumer products. Its experienced role design, its installations apps, every brought everything. Are you? Are you still in Tahoe? I'm, I'm currently in Seattle but I've been living in Tahoe during the pandemic is Tahoe. Normally home non pandemic, Who's where I grew up. Where is home? Do you live in? San Francisco full-time then? Like, when it's not I don't know where I live. I'm trying to figure out. This is an odd question. Do you have a family? Like you have a wife and kids know? I I'm solo. Okay so you can roam, I can cruise, I can. Okay, that I hate asking. Do you have a family cuz everyone that has some type of family? But so you're you can float, I can float. Oh, that's kind of love to float. Yeah, it's it's it's the best. I am a floater myself, but she was like, home, Buffalo, New York but I am Getting on a plane as soon as I leave this to go to Portland, actually so fantastic. Yeah, never ends. What's in Portland? I'm actually working in Iron Man, in Salem Oregon. Not very excited about it, but it sounds great. Good luck. It's not, it's not great but it's fine. It pays the bills and it's one of those things that like, you gotta do it sometimes in the world, little weird right now. So I'm okay with that. But then I'm actually flying back home. The Buffalo and then back out to Portland just to have fun and ride mountain bikes and surf. So the next two weeks I will be in Portland but I have a break in between for no apparent reason other than I just like to sit on planes for some purpose but I have to go ahead. I was going to say, good idea, is always find you on a plane, I don't know. I just pass out. I'm like, fortunate, I can sleep right now. It's just like, I don't care what time it is. I like contort my body and I go to sleep on planes, that's a gift. I always bring like my laptop and a book. And I'm like, I'm going to do all these things and then I just fall asleep, which is good, cuz flying is something. But it's I don't know. Back to family, we have to talk about your dad and I'm sure you don't want to talk. Like, I'm sure everyone's like I asked you about your dad but your dad played for the Yankees, the Cubs mats wage. I mean, what was growing up? Dave, Kingman for any, what for? I didn't reveal but Dave, Kingman is your father? Who From what I gather was like all or nothing, but he was like the strikeout King, but he was also the Home Run King. Like he, averaged, it a home run every 15 at Faith's. See, I did my research like, how prepped I am for this a good job. But Do you carry that mentality? And you being? I imagine you growing up with a professional baseball player. Dad, he wanted you to play these Sports, and it sounds like you shift gears to Tahoe life, which is skiing and surfing, and having like, it's still professional sports but what was that? Like and it was it did he force that I knew? Was it all or nothing mentality. When you played Sports, and he care if you played sports, or do you not want to talk? I just picture like my dad being a professional athlete and me being like, I'm going skiing, I'm sorry. This is way more fun. I mean, you're spot-on. I'm cracking up..
"kingman" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"What's up homies? It's mr. Automax and you're listening to the I guess this week is Adam Kingman. He's a Designer maker photographer writer. His dad played for the Chicago Cubs. Some of you might heard of him Dave, Kingman. This guy's just a super Outdoorsman Adventure. I actually found him on Instagram and saw some of his work and then I saw that he was he's actually a contestant on episode on season 3 of NBC's making it. So we talked about that a little bit as much as we can talk about cuz the episodes are still coming out. You.
"kingman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"One ball one strike in 1987 Andre Dawson left the nationally 49 home runs. He was the only Comes hitter in the decade to hit 40 or more home runs in a season who was the on Lee Cup? Besides Dawson to hit 30, or or more home runs in the 19 eighties, popped up foul authored by in a quick one into wasn't a Leon Durham? Dave Kingman or see Ryan Sandberg. So 100 Dawson was the only cub. In the decade to hit 40 or more home runs. There was only one other cop besides Dawson to hit 30 or more in the eighties Durham, Dave Kingman or Ryan Sandberg question. Good luck. I could tell you're doing some serious. Serious, deliberate. Well, I know that Samberg had a bunch of home runs, but I don't think that happened in the eighties swing and a miss down on strikes. Tyler Nay Quinn take area as his first strike out of the ballgame. Two men are gone in the second, and it brings up Nixon's L think I'm gonna go with And that is letter feet. That is letter B. E think it's who was a Durham Durham you make. It's either A or B and right now I'm going with Is that a Kingman? Is that a Jeff Brantley gas or is that a system? Guess pitches himself swinging a foul tip. Now that's that's my guest. Okay. All right. Well, good luck to you. We'll revisit this in a few innings and see if you want to stick with that. Or maybe Something triggers in your brain and makes you realize that hey, maybe I should go with a actually played with Dave Kingman. Here's the old one. Denzel bounces. 12 3rd waiting back on a Duffy Fields throws in times themselves out, and the Reds are down in order. In the second, You moved the third to nothing. Cubs lead the Reds onto the cowboy in the Cincinnati Bell Reds radio network..
Portugal's Art and Architecture
"Let's start today's travel with rick. Steves in portugal. The architecture and the art of portugal to tell the story of that small country squeezed between spain and the atlantic ocean. You can wander through museums classical and romantic paintings to styles with the largest impact on portuguese painters or you can take in the beautiful. Blue azoulay zhou tiles. That ornament many of portugal's buildings to learn more about portugal's art and architecture. We're joined in our studio by two portuguese guides. Christina duarte and refco christina and raphael. Thanks for joining us. Average abuse here. Rick christina so often to understand the art of a country you need to understand its economy. There's money behind the art. How does money shape the art in the architecture of patrols. When you have money you want be surrounded by beautiful. Things actually is universal. Everybody wants to be surrounded by beautiful things. The thing is that you don't afford it many times and when you afford them you have them in portugal much money then because they have great art from five hundred years ago yes well. It is a combination of two major. Factors the fifteen hundreds with the discovery. Spirit that allowed us to have for the first time money enough for our trade with many places in the world so automatically the royalty had many the nobility had money and the church have many and the coincidence is that your have money and you have also religion behind it so which. She's being major catholic. Contrary in thinking that you want to give your best and you'll beauty to your your glorify gone exactly to glorify god so They were two kinds of ways of spending that money in art. Which was the private and that will be for palaces that nobody will see and to god in churches and i consider that public art so review. All you have this money coming in from the trade in fact the churches were actually nicknamed spice churches. How how does the space tie into the building of churches. Well when portugal arrived to places like india and china and we started to bring all of these new products. Back to portugal. They revolutionized portugal they revolutionized our economy and from there on the society started to change and that is one of the interesting aspect of art is that it reflects the other dimensions of society. So the spices. There were They were a major factor. For example the jeronimos monastery that began to be built precisely with the money that came from the spices. Which bases were these that were so valuable. So you had Pepper you had cinema And many others in christina. Why would people spend so much money for pepper and cinnamon app to preserve no sleaze to preserve refrigeration also to Pigments of any kind for linen. Or tying dying yes. it was something exotic. It was different. People never seen it before. So imagine the first time you are smelling coffee or you're tasting pepper or you're smelling cinema. Imagine the impact that you had imagined how it sparked your imagination so the wealthy people would want this. It would be titillating for them now. You mentioned the monastery at toronto's same just outside of lisbon b. l. e. m. I believe that was men. Welland style architecture. What is men whalen. What we're does that word come from so The men willing style is named after our kingman. Well actually the name was given only in the nineteenth century during the romantic period but kingman while he was one of the most important kings during our age of exploration so he ruled from the time of columbus until fifteen twenty began to rule in fourteen ninety five until the fifteen twenty s in the nineteenth century. They figured out that. We had a several monuments throughout portugal. That shared the same characteristics. So what are the characteristics. If you look at the front of a church what will you see and you go. Oh that's men welland from fifteen twenty so the manor line is late gothic style so you have the basic structure of the gothic and then over that basic structure of the gothic. You have a very specific declaration. You have for example. Maritime mothes you have the strong. Heraldic of manuel specially to miller rece- fear so that the coat of arms of the royal family and then themes from the sea because the money came from the see exactly like the rope the rope a rope with an art. He's a very very important symbol of maryland.
"kingman" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Long from Kingman, Arizona. Congratulations from all of us here under the hood, and we want to welcome aboard a new partner with us. We do so we we all recognize the need in our industry. And I say all of us here for technicians. And we're suffering with the technician shortage and were very happy when we get good technicians, But we don't get good technicians unless they've been trained by good people. Then we've made some good friends with are now partners over at Universal. Technical institute UT I. They have been doing this for a long time. And we met them through some mutual friends. Not too long ago, but we've we've known about UT I for a long time. And Ah, we started asking them or in depth questions. You know, through our partnership with NASCAR, the people we know there and Some other close partners. We've become friends, and we've learned lots of details, and I I always thought they were just And just just automotive, which would have been fined in itself. But they they train automotive technicians, diesel technicians. They do collision repair and re finishing NASCAR technical Institute where they're teaching people about Building cars for NASCAR racing. A CNC machine ng uh, motorcycle, a TV with water machining. What's What's the Computer controlled. Okay, machining. Oh, yeah, metal parts and stuff. I got theirs. What goes way more in depth on that, But that's that's a short definition of it, Marine. Boat. You've got the the Universal Technical Institute, Marine and and welding. So there are a lot of opportunities and I tell you what boys and girls they have taught a lot of both. I mean, we're talking thousands and thousands of graduates, and they have been doing this for over 50 years. It's been. It's been a long time. But I tell you what, Go go to their website you can go to under the hood show dot com. Click on the banner on the home page. Visit their website. Check it out. See what they have to offer locations all over the their campuses all over. They have top notch instructors. They partner with the very best of the manufacturers in order to make sure that you are trained. Fully on what you're doing, and they are doing hands on courses right now, even with the C word thing out there running around there doing hands on courses successfully. It's working well, it's safe. That it's just you've really got a You've really got to check it out. If you're thinking about a career in automotive because for us if we're going to hire somebody, I'm gonna hire somebody from This company as a, you know, Universal Technical Institute. Before I'm goingto take somebody that Just comes in off the streets as well. I want that worked on the families cars a little bit. I'm pretty good at and what I'm doing. And these careers you start off if you learn if you're willing to listen to the people that were teaching you where you're at. It's not gonna happen overnight. But within a few years, you, Khun learn and train and you can. You can get a very good paying career with lots of benefits. And you're open to go anywhere in the country, and it doesn't matter what stage in life you're at. True? No, that's true. They they have people that are enrolling there anywhere from 18 to in their sixties because they want to. They want to learn they wantto They want to get to know how and I I wish that at the time I would have been in a position that I could have gone to this school years ago, and I would have with what I know now and what I found out the hard way that I was able to gain. If I would have gone through this program, I could have greatly advanced my career quickly. Welcome aboard. By the way, we're glad to be partnered with you. Guess 8665944150. All right, we got Gary back. I think area is still there. Oh, yeah. Okay. We were at the fire or you were you were you get it all back together, And now we think you're about to tell us it won't start. Yeah, That's right. That's where in a point now of us, everything is wired wired. Now. I mean all the original the GTO. The harness. You know the body control much all that Hoped off, connected except of the door locks on the you know, miscellaneous that I don't think having interference, But yeah. Okay. I got to put the key. And now I did put another column in from another cop because of the air bag, and everything was better on it from somebody else's car, Okay? And I know you know about that key reader. You know that sounded a little shady Gary that sounded a little shady like you might have stolen a lot of another recycled around equipment. Are he didn't he didn't go? LF there's not to be driving around a runaround on a column in the card that sounds like well But anyway, But, yeah, you know that now, when I first hooked up the battery to it I saw with the dash lights on the end of the you know, like if we were blinking, and I had a whole unattached horns going off So I knew all right. But that's the first time I connected up the battery to the system. And so I just hit the unlock on the father. I know the father's working because it did, you know, diminished the alarm. Um and I went started. No one click away. You could hear the start a hit, but that was it. And when I was read, I've been reading about trying to find out. Result. You guys to help me with this now by the alarm, it flashes in the the cluster. Uh, And I go to start it. I can never get Hey! Won't stop. So, like I said, I did We use the power of the other column that was in the car. The key, Rita, so bring out for the kid would not the King. Not the same key. 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"kingman" Discussed on Ghost Light
"When did the <Speech_Male> story did it say, <Speech_Male> the eighteen hundreds <Speech_Male> like during like gold <Speech_Male> mining gold <Speech_Male> gold rush. Yeah, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> but I don't know. I would <Speech_Male> love to hear more about it. <Speech_Male> I honestly would love to go <Speech_Male> go to <Speech_Male> Kingpin when it's <Speech_Male> cold Kingman <Speech_Male> Kingman Arizona <Speech_Male> Kingman. I just like ask <Speech_Male> around you mean <Speech_Male> I could be so fun to hear <Speech_Male> people's <Speech_Male> investigate. <Speech_Male> Yeah and <Speech_Male> just like here. <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Male> just want to hear like locals <Speech_Male> talk about it because <Speech_Male> I bet she like <Speech_Male> honestly regardless of if <Speech_Male> it's true. I bet you they're <Speech_Male> good stories, right? <Speech_Male> Yep. Yeah, yeah. <Speech_Male> So yeah, that's <Speech_Male> it. That's it. <Speech_Male> Do you have anything else you <Speech_Male> want to add to slaughterhouse Canyon <Speech_Male> or like <Speech_Male> talk about unpack? <Speech_Male> Is it <Speech_Male> scary to you? <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> Like would <Speech_Female> you be scared to go? <Speech_Female> Yeah, I mean for sure <Speech_Female> I wouldn't go. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> Well <Speech_Male> I go during the day <Speech_Male> go during the day. <Speech_Male> Okay work. <Speech_Female> I just think <SpeakerChange> I think I <Speech_Female> just wouldn't have like a <Speech_Female> bonfire <Speech_Female> and like sit in <Speech_Female> the dark car. <Speech_Female> I would never do <Speech_Female> that in a place called swerve. <Speech_Male> Can <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I mean can you imagine hearing <Speech_Male> like screams bouncing <Speech_Male> off the walls of the canyon <Speech_Male> just echoing <Speech_Male> with like no one around it's like <Speech_Male> insane. Yeah, <Speech_Male> it's crazy. It'd be so <Speech_Male> fun though to pull pranks <Speech_Music_Male> though. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> And just <Speech_Music_Male> scare the what do you mean? <Speech_Music_Male> I don't know if it <Speech_Male> was like yeah, <Speech_Male> if you knew someone was in the canyon <Speech_Male> and they didn't know that you <Speech_Male> knew and then they didn't know that <Speech_Male> you were there and then you like screamed <Speech_Male> and they like, oh my <Speech_Male> God, I heard a scream, <SpeakerChange> but it was you. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> So that would be <Speech_Female> so fun. <SpeakerChange> That's <Speech_Female> what I would do. <Speech_Male> That's what I would <Speech_Male> do. <Speech_Male> Okay, so I think that <Speech_Male> just about wraps up this <Speech_Male> episode. <Speech_Male> Thank you all <Speech_Male> so much for listening. <Speech_Male> And as always <Speech_Male> please subscribe <Speech_Male> podcast if you haven't already <Speech_Male> and feel free to check <Speech_Male> out other CTC broadcasts <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> as well. <Speech_Female> And if you would like <Speech_Female> to further <Speech_Female> support our podcast, <Speech_Female> please rate US and leave a <Speech_Female> review on whichever listening <Speech_Female> platform you <Speech_Female> use it helps a ton <Speech_Female> and not <Speech_Female> with the content that we create <Speech_Female> but it also <Speech_Female> helps <SpeakerChange> the podcast <Speech_Male> out on the charts. <Speech_Male> And as <Speech_Male> always, please be <Speech_Male> sure to follow us on Instagram <Speech_Male> at Ghostlight <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> or share <Speech_Male> any ghost stories <Speech_Male> Theatre related or not <Speech_Male> not to go slight CTC <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> at gmail.com. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Thank you for listening. <Speech_Female> We love you and don't <Speech_Music_Female> forget to leave <Speech_Music_Female> the light <Music> on.
Apple Fire in California sending 'large area of smoke' to Phoenix, hundreds of miles away
"Smoke from the apple fire in Riverside County, California and Katya hours wildfire expert Jim Cross joining us now first, Jim just how big is this fire? And also, why is the smoke settling here in the valley hundreds of miles away? Well, the fire is close to banning not far from Palm Springs area. It's more than 21,000 acres. At one point, it was 12% contained. Now they've back it down. 25% contained for a while, It was down to zero, but it is pumping up up a a tremendous tremendous amount amount of of smoke. smoke. Looking Looking at at the the video video of of that that ended ended up up in in the the state state of of Arizona. Arizona. Plenty Plenty of of it it in in the the valley valley a a little little bit bit worse worse yesterday. yesterday. Ah, Ah, little little more more clear this morning and the weather service is hoping for the next couple of days. Things will clean out a bit. Yeah. Are we get a little bit of a breeze or something to blow it out of here because it's just makes you wanna hold your breath. Yeah. I mean it really small like a campfire around the valley This morning. The wind in California's what drove it over here and again, You know, it covered places like Prescott and Kingman and Flagstaff in that area. Phoenix. Of course, the whole Valley wins in California drove it here and kind of parked itself over the Valley because we haven't had a lot of wind lightly, which would usually get with the monster and if we had one But the weather service is hoping things will pick up a little bit up in the atmosphere of the winds tomorrow night and maybe Wednesday and blow this stuff out of here. I gotta pee. Yesterday morning. I saw the Red sunrise. The Red Centre was like, okay, Red sky. Don sailors be gone, right? So maybe a storm because I didn't know what was going on. And in the sunset was red as well. So he's days will get a monsoon one of these days. Thank you very much. That is ours. Jim Cross.
Relief fund created for Indigenous, undocumented and mixed-status families
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzales the native American Community Academy Albuquerque is partnering with the New Mexico Dream Team and schools across New Mexico. Oklahoma and South Dakota to provide monetary relief food supplies. The strong together. Relief Fund serves indigenous undocumented. A mixed down his family's being impacted by covert nineteen grants are intended to help those who are excluded from receiving state or federal aid. The native American Community Academy has already been a family's with food and some supplies during the pandemic will. Kanda is the schools parent facilitator. She says right now. They're serving people who've not needed a four. We have many families that are in a situation that can't Which is very similar to You know other people of Color. They may not be eligible for food. Stamps may not be eligible to get workman unemployment. And they're struggling and so for us. The right thing to do is to help them to. We see them as family so we wanted to provide some type of support and we decided to start doing food boxes on a weekly basis to our families really breaks your heart to see these families that you know used to donate to your food. Drives us to help you know. Help create food boxes and now are the ones that are struggling. Families can apply for the emergency strong together Relief Fund for a stipend of five hundred dollars. The first round of awards will be made next week. A lockdown of the wallop reservation in Arizona will begin Friday night and end Monday morning. The Tribal Council and Incident. Command team initiated the lockdown to help prevent exposure of Cova nineteen to community members as of Thursday health officials reported thirty four positive Cova nineteen cases among local tribal members and other community members and to tribal members reside. In the city of Kingman. More lockdowns may be held throughout the month to help prevent the spread of Ed Nineteen. Now the whole leaders are encouraging people to stay home this mother's Day weekend and follow emergency health and safety orders as the tribe offer support to people across the reservation. Teams are delivering food. Water firewood masks. Cleaning products and other essential items as governor Doug ducey begins lifting restrictions coconino county. Supervisor Lena Fowler is cautioning people here's Fowler in video message at a delivery site in the community of KB Toys Zona. Three Lee and Coconino County. Her supervisor's we don't see that we don't have those checkoffs that he had done saying that. There's already it's safe to go back. We don't see that in our county so we call the governor on that so in our region just wanted that you don't have that we don't see that Navajo. Health officials reported an increase of one hundred and three new cases. Thursday bringing the number of total positive cases for the Navajo nation to two thousand seven hundred and fifty seven. The Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association has removed two tribes as members from its organization. The board membership of the Association voted this week to amend its Bilaz and suspend the Comanche nation and Oto Missouri tribe for the rest of the year. The Gaming Group suspended the tribes for what it called not working. In the best interest of the association the two tribes had recently signed gaming compacts with the state as other tribes stand in a gaming dispute with the governor in statements both tribes pointed to tribal sovereignty and rights to negotiate new compacts. The tribes may seek reinstatement of membership. Which the board would vote on other tribes have been fighting the state of gaming compacts for months and some filed a federal lawsuit. I'm Antonio
Taytu Betul: The Empress of Ethiopia
"Is encyclopedia. Britannica today's leader was a brilliant political and military military mind who successfully beat back the European imperialists trying to take over her country and then let her people through a successful era era of modernization. Let's talk about impressive. Ethiopia Tae to Tool Tae to which is the I'm horrid word for son was born around eighteen fifty in deborah taper. DOP A- into a regionally powerful family in the north of the country. There's no record of take ever attending school or receiving any sort of formal education. But she was taught to read and write in which would have been unusual for women of time. It's also believed that. She was taught the basics of power politics and diplomacy she understood Gaz. A language used in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and was apparently a very talented chess player. When Taytay was ten years old she was married off to her first husband who was an officer in the army? Armie she would marry two more times before finally marrying her fourth and final husband Kingman a leak of Shah soon to be emperor mentally a second of Ethiopia. Tae Two was over thirty years old when the two were married making her an extremely old bride Ethiopian marriage norms at the time still will the two are believed to be a very good match an extremely well suited for each other. After being named Emperor and Empress of Ethiopia in eighteen eighty nine tae a two started wielding considerable power. She and MENA lick fell into a routine where he would regularly avoid taking unpopular stances. That would anger for his constituents allowing you to step in and put her foot down at which point he would have to go along with his wife. It was a basic good cop bad copper team. Brilliant Savvy Mind and became her husband's most important advisor in public and private. She was always consulted before any the important decision was made. Tatum was also one of the first Ethiopians to realize that. Italy had imperialist designs on the country Italy had previously. We made overtures of friendship potato came to understand that their plans were much more problematic. She called the Talian out on it. Saying you want other countries is to see the opium as your protege but that will never be. By the time relations between Ethiopia and Italy broke down in eighteen ninety one tae to was essentially running the show and refused to concede any territory to the invasive Europeans. She put a stop to any negotiations that would have resulted in the loss of land. The Italians when the negotiations came to a halt more broke out between the two countries. Tasty road out her husband's side at the head of their army. She was deeply involved in military planning from day. One day to personally put together a battle plan that led to the Ethiopian victory at a Collie and it said that her presence eighteen ninety six battle of Agua was crucial to the Ethiopian victory over the Italians. Odd was generally considered the most significant victory of an African army over or a European army during the apex of European imperialism. It was a humiliating defeat for the Italians and ended up having rather far reaching consequences is for Italy moving forward once. The Talian threat was squashed. Tattoo and Mental League founded the city of Ati Saba which remains the the capital of Ethiopia to This Day Tae to actually chose the site for the future city. In the last few decades of her reign tae to was a force of modernization mutation and eventually opened up the opium to greater trade and technology. She also financed the construction of a number of well known and impressive churches throughout Ethiopia. Gotcha as many leagues. Health disintegrated tae two wheeled more and more power and authority. This didn't end well for her eventually public. Discontent forced her to step down
2019: The year business went 'woke'
"Twenty. Nine hundred was the year when Saudi Arabia launched changed long-awaited share offering in state oil company. Aramco D- when Softbank lost its gloss when accounting giant tighten belts and when capitalism went woke. I'm I'm joined to discuss the corporate year with our companies editor. Tom Breath weight and Brooke. Masters are comment and Analysis Edison. Tom Can start with you. Can you tell L. is what happened with the Saudi Aramco IPO. Well it happened. Finally which is serve some progress because it took months and months of delay and eventually This massive oil company floated in Riyadh and now does have the two trillion dollar valuation that was so coveted by Prince. Mohammad bin Salman. Why did it take so long investor skepticism in short? I think one problem was that the Saudis would have liked to have listed this in New York which is the the biggest steepest capital market in the world but the main problem there was that they could have been sued for their alleged role in the nine eleven terrorist attack ax which Saudi Arabia has always denied it opens the window to litigation in the US which they desperately wanted to avoid so. That was one problem that the other problem was that most international investors did not think this oil company which is still fairly. Oh pay can still very much. Under the control of the Kingdom could justify the valuation valuation particularly at a time when oil prices have fallen. And when there is great concern about global companies in a world where carbon one is considered toxic change. They Saudis raise the money. Yeah well it got its public oil company to the local market in Riyadh. What it couldn't do was securer hefty amount of international investors so there was a lot of pressure on local Saudi investors? Some of whom were the same people. Who'll who were held against their will at a hotel the Ritz Carlton Reminders? What happened then? Back in two thousand seventeen. Several of Saudi Arabia's richest families were held old at the Ritz Carlton Hotel People like Prince. Alwaleed who is quite knows. International investor ended up with an enforced stay whilst their assets assets were probed by the state and ultimately some of those assets were confiscated by the state so these same people Saudi Arabia and knocked on their door and and said we'd really like you to buy into the Saudi Aramco. IPO and these people generally said yes. Yes we would very much like everyone else. We would like to buy the shares and so they did and it is floated and this little sliver of equity has been sold. And that is what justifies the two-trillion-dollar evaluation. Now it's not really like apple apple of a massive mega capps who's stock as freely traded. So if and when that ever happens we might get a more realistic assessment of what it's worth. Burke Saudis been a big investor in South Bank and the Vision Fund which. We've had corsage about this year. How Will Scaling Down with the IPO effect Saudi Arabia's ability ability to continue money into what I think we now call the troubled Japanese fund presumably? It might make it more difficult. I mean Saudis already having having to raise more money to diversify the economy and so presumably. They're not going to want to be quite to free with their cash. And of course Softbank is probably not the place that they I would like to put their money anymore. Anyway because Softbank itself by Maceo she son has taken some really big bets on companies that have not so far come good specifically specifically. I think we work would be the most obvious one. which is the shared office? Space Company tried to list and failed to at which point not only did it not sell equity but but it's lenders decided not to lend any money and Softbank had to go rescue it and its valuation has been cut significantly. I'm sure Tom knows exactly by how much he's about. Tell us I think I think from forty seven billion dollars. They tried various levels down but ultimately ends up with a sub ten billion dollar evaluation as you say failed to go public. Can they continue each trade. Yeah I mean as long as Softbank and others are willing to continue to pour cash into it because it is still heavily loss-making but the other thing they've done is scaled back their a growth strategy. So they are not spending as much money on new builds so they think they can get to somewhere near break even in the coming months. They've also filed a lot of people which helps so frank's image of takes quite a battering its credibility. How does that affect its ability to keep them investing well they have been trying to raise a second fund and it has not worked worked as well as one would hope? It's particularly problematic because as you may remember. Their first fund has an extremely unusual structure where it's not just people putting in cash. It's people putting in cash and then also they had to put in loans basically so they don't have as much cash as your classic Private Equity Fund. What have they actually have to pay interest on the money? They've got so I think if they don't have success relatively soon the way it's structured means that the lack of success will be magnified and make it that much harder for them. Son has apologized already. Instead he was to credible and he has also started putting a new governance requirements on the companies that the fund invests in food for them. I've always always been skeptical about some of the companies have invested in some of the valuations. They've invested at. They seem to have got quite late into the private tech game and got into in a massive way EH. One of the most ridiculous investments was wag this company that walks you dock for you which they've just finally pulled out of we. Work is the big characteristic Batson if that went well then or would be fine. But it hasn't so I mean Masan has this ability really proven alibaba to pick one winner that has generated a massive amounts of return. So if there's just one company within this portfolio then it could be judged a success but if you look at companies like Uber which I showed this year and his now full and a third in value if you look obviously we work and the marginal bets like y than as little really to say that this thing is going to be success for the big four. They've had quite the twelve months with so many scandals. What would you say? What did they end up this year? What's interesting is it hasn't been as bad? That is you think I mean. They have been criticized and find record fines record discipline for dreadful audits of companies that leader went bust but in an actual practical level. Their revenues are up and their dominance of the auditing business of the footsie. One hundred is up. They have taken taking a lot of terrible press. And they're probably. I'm guessing having a harder. Time recruiting best in the brightest. But I would not cry for them. The thing to remember is this time last year. The kingman kingman review was suggesting that they ought to be separating audit from other other businesses. Maybe broken up do all this stuff and then the CMA. The competition and Markets Authority authority in April said the same thing and they're going to move forward but nothing has actually happened so in fact life continues for them they still make a lot of money. KPMG I'M G. which is the one that has struggled more than the others has been involved in more of the scandals and also it has had prophets problems and so it has had to do meaningful cutbacks? Axum TRIMs They had famous where they stopped paying for people's phone calls and they took a lot of bad press. But I think it's worth remembering that. If you go back maybe a dozen years. You could've made exactly the same argument. Lots of concern about their dominance of the auditing market. Lots of concern. That audits weren't going well. This is remember post Enron and all that sort of thing and there were four them and there are four now so could they to relax a bit and feel that they've survived the structure phone calls over. This will come back. It's not clear. Their regulator has a new person. WHO's in charge of WHO is actually a serious guy and it is possible? He will try to do more at the moment. There's no legislation giving power to him to do more. It will really depend on how much Boris Johnson government cares about this stuff. I mean it was on the agenda of the previous government. Is it now. We don't
Horse Racing: Weekend Review
"Along to the show kennedy. Thank you very very much for downloading. Thanks for the kind words and social media over the weekend as well much appreciated. We'll look back on some exciting promising types for the future. A little bit of brief national hunt chats a new arc contender some bloodstock corner and some controversial topics as well along the way speaking speaking of controversial the queen of controversy arrested by the young jardins it miserable of herself john jones miss vanessa ryo the queen of controversy. I'm literally like the most uncontroversial controvercial personal history of the world will. That's controversial demand news a thousand pound light who would argue differently variety. We show the thing is i'd actually forgotten to ask vince about this and she said oh and don't forget about the dog story a now. I haven't so our listeners. Listeners will get to get the outrageous update towards the end of the show and speaking of money. Who's rolling in it. After the weekends i congratulations the only thing that really annoyed me was when you did your life piece to camera with vanessa ryland sky sports racing. I was fully expecting expecting you to either a produce a little bag full of money be throw cash into the air or sea just go like a rapper slap and cash around the place and making it rain congratulations on another big sail racing breeder kevin blake ninety five is no mean feat out of interest interest kevin. Were you expecting to get that kind of money. Nope nope nope basically no but it's nice to get surprised surprise the right way occasionally absolutely lots of d._m.'s from final fallen podcast listeners jerk kelly who you know well of course from doing the show with me all all saying congratulations to your calves so long may it continue speaking of exciting young talent palace pier is some of kingman kingman himself won on the group three scenario which will talk about a little bit later on in the show this son of his palace pier over the same course and distance looks to be a right type for john gosden and one of two on the day who absolutely bolted up strongly backed cost an awful lot of money so obviously i'm intrigued straightaway than what did you make of frankie dettori and john gosden palace pier well that was a big day for the golden two year olds boasts of the palaces coming out one at sandown and then one last late newcastle which touch upon tallies pit was probably the sex here at the two in the sense that ridden by frankie at sandown <hes> probably be much more in his field than cape policy up in newcastle and probably did it in a slightly <hes> smarter shop shop away and say because he's by kingman he sort of by the sar at the moment and he did it really well. He was pushed along esquel squeeze. The long toucher he you just to get an ice position and frankie oversee got him integrate palsy in the end and then what's really interesting is when you watch the race back cow. There's just the point where frankie starts to preska fresca essentially to go away from some more experience than some nicely bread rivals behind and he just takes that moment to the penny starts dropping often holds his heads realm not high in in sort of when he first presses go you can tell the horses just thinking this is the first time i've had a squeeze this. This is the first time i've been asked to do this and just for a minute. He's not giving he's just quite kingman. Lake is quite a short length of neck and so the rain has quite sure and it's not auden non-genuine cards. It's just the way it goes but then by the time he gets to the line. He is really stretching out very nicely. Indeed it it just from where frankie starts push to the line. It just takes a not at a time for the pennies to drop i want the penny has dropped his going away. He got it right through the line. Those loads the likely pulled a long way clear of some pretty decent rivals. Lots of people go excited about it and rightly so he looked really really smart. Individual ritual abdomen. We watch it back sort of better at gets to be honest with you.
"kingman" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Of course angel and his late brother's drive in snow cap is still running still existence and it stuff that it's hard to explain until you've been there. But it's it's just nonstop fun goofy homemade bizarre creations. Okay. You go towards Kingman Kingman any divine believe was actually married in Kingman. But right before you get there, you go to hack buried the hack, very general store, which is just another just collection of rusty junk that is so fun. It's hard explained typically have live entertainment somebody out there playing some music will this is one of those spots were route sixty six and the interstate diverge by more than just a mile or two. They actually rerouted it if we're talking scenic driving, which I know, you know, I'm a car guy. I know a lot of you in cars, motorcycles, that's part of the fun. Most of route sixty six is not necessarily super scenic until you get out here. Like, you said coming out of Soliven there, you're going to divert pretty hard from the interstate and you're gonna start to go through these valleys, and these deep deep valleys where there's the only other thing is set a train tracks that have been there even longer than route sixty six than you really do start to get that southwest scenery that you kind of maybe imagine. And so I will say that the drive from selectmen Kingman via route sixty six especially if you look at it on a map. It's almost like a big bow as it goes through the different conclaves in valleys there. So you do get some some good twisties. Good driving as you go through there. And then, you know, Kingman Kingman got some uses some. Diners as well. And then you have decision to make a lot of the guided tours at this point, they take off to Vegas, which is fine. But that you miss out on a lot. If you if you go in go up to Vegas instead of continuing on route sixty six yet, miss out on open, the reason the big buses don't do it as they can't make it up the road the road Oatman was considered the test of all tests for the people dust bowl as they were trying to make it out west. I remember reading about that. Yeah. The grapes wrath. Yep. If they're road if they could make it up the hill open. It was pretty much downhill the rest of the way towards LA. But that that road up to open is a bunch of switch Bax and still this day. You can look out, and you can see rusted cars at the bottom now whether or not just people that live in the area. Go throw their rusty old car down there to scare people. That's fine. But you get to the little town Oatman. There's literally borough. Ios wild boroughs all over town that just walked around everywhere cradle, cafes bars. And of course, the haunted, but you miss out on that little town. If you can't make it up that hill, and then from there, it's off into kind of the California desert. He goes through needles, you go to place called Amboise, which is where Roy's service station motel is. And then eventually you coming into LA, depending on your patients for LA..
"kingman" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Said that I go every listening went sports bras, come off. That's when I realized she got every guys attention right there. And then when you look at it, I think one of the bandages gives them women. And I think this is a huge advantage is most women's sports tunics center version of men's sports, which means their versions of upper body sports. So in tennis basketball, boxing, even call you're never going to see a woman compete on the level that men camp. Because look the reality is men are stronger in their upper body in a much greater proportion to win. But anime is a full, Bobby sport. So the balance will average Techni strengths below the hips all these elements combined to give what might be the best sport for women. So I think you've got into. May for women that they can compete highest level in a way that other men don't necessarily surpass now. Obviously, I'm not suggesting women, but what I am suggesting that this is a great sport to use a woman's physical mental techniques into making her the most exciting athletes. So that's what's very cool about women's the other thing is perfectly into our cultural trance too. Because when I started the USC the Gracie family had something called rape. Which essentially whereas scape techniques if you were hacked to bend back a thumb and things to leverage to make women stay in a very unpleasant close encounter. So that was sort of the coach back, then don't let women victims. I think now with girl power and. Wrong. Strong strong focus on feminism wins issues. It's sort of flipped it around. It's not don't be a victim. Aggressor? And I think women make gives women the ability to go out and start by not just try to get out of. Psychologically culturally. I think that's a very big difference. I notice about women guys fight. We recently got a fight. And this is a true story. Kevin. I wrote about it. Sports. One of my guys. John Castenada Kingman was three days notice was hurt three days before the hype not called John. He's a great competitor. He said he would take the fight he came in. And we are fighting in LA the first round John kind of a beating his eyes since he went to the corner. I didn't come here. Came here to win the fight. And in the second round. He takes them on it. And as I go into. And the referees about to raise his hand in victory. John leans over them. Campbell. My opponents have money troubles. And he's got two little kids. Give them my fight on. And I was amazed at that. I haven't heard about that in any other sport. Never encountered guys beat the crap out of each other. And then one guy gives us winnings to the other one. So I was always impressed by that martial arts spirit. Winning is begun. I'll get out women. Are clearly furious is like you slap me bitch. Anger. Builds up these huge rematch possibilities, and it's some very different women. Do not forgive. Like, yeah. Whatever you beat me up. You beat the we'll see you next time. And the women are like I'm gonna remember you forever. And I'm gonna get confirmed that could be a huge difference. And obviously as a promoter grains for me fantastic. You know, animosity really south's tickets..
Papa John sues Papa John's
"Howard air Five oh. To continuing now with our, top story on the death. Of the, GPS trooper retired Phoenix police sergeant Darren Birch joined KTAR Bruce St? James and Pamela Hughes show today and he gives his two cents worth as to why he. Thinks there's a growing number of, police involved shootings this year one area being social media. But now with social media and again. It goes back to your, statement Bruce impression or is it truth we're seeing a. Lot of an, all use the term loosely. Citizens doing a lot of ethics please According to our TV partners ABC fifteen have been a total of fifty five officer and deputy involved shootings across the valley as today now the concerns of police survivors a group also. Known as cops says that they're ready to provide moral support to the family of the fallen DPS trooper we help them with a number of things with moral support. With helping them put together benefit information to you know. Just getting through the day Jan blazer upchurch with cops says the organization is made up of families of, survivors legal battles, continue, after the. Strange, case from the summer of two thousand fifteen when eight cars, were hit with bullets throughout the valley KTAR's, alley vetnar is live in the news center, to explain governor Doug Ducey will not have to give a deposition over phone calls made between him and DPS over the, alleged conclusion to the I, ten freeway shooting case a. District judge, ruled lawyers for the man charged in the, case Leslie marriage junior? Would not be able to get any valuable information by questioning the governor over the calls the, judge Says the attorneys. Could still get information from others who work the investigation there have. Been no arrests since mayor juniors released after seven months in jail the case remains unsolved live. In the. News, center I'm Ali vetnar KTAR, news more than four hundred acres have been burning since Saturday within the Grand Canyon Rachel grabbing signs the fire information officer. For the north rim of the Grand Canyon and tells KTAR how it started to these fires are all, natural lightning, strike ignitions that are caused, with the monsoon season there are no closures to the park as of yet but, there is a lot of smoke coming from both in north and south portions of the rim firefighters have been down the state of California are up against some scorching heat strong winds and bone dry. Conditions battling a number of wildfires throughout that state at least five homes destroyed so far forty seven hundred acres now chart the fire five percent contained authorities say the. Fire was deliberately set arresting thirty two year old Brandon. At, Glover he's now charged with five counts of arson its ABC's will car there's a search underway for, a missing Hiker near Sedona Coconino county deputies. Say sixty year old David light hall was last seen Wednesday near the Britain's Mesa trail soldiers pass trail. Junction around ten AM he stands about six three ways two hundred fifty pounds has blue eyes Brown hair and was last seen wearing Brown Columbia hiking boots a jury in Mohave county is awarded the largest. Verdict in county history eight million dollars in damages the, case involves a surgeon who was accused of willfully causing the death of his own patient the patient's. Wife and her Phoenix attorney filed a lawsuit against Dr Arnaldo tributo but a, jury in Kingman found the lawyer, in his firm wrongfully sued and accused the, doctor in the death Papa John formerly sues, Papa John's founder. And ousted former Papa, John's chairman John Schneider, has sued Papa John's international Inc demanding the company released internal, documents Schneider resigned. As chairman of the company's board after facing. Criticism for using a. Racial slur during a media training call Red mount freeway. Eastbound fifty one? At twenty four minutes..
Masahiro Tanaka of New York Yankees lands on disabled list with strains in both hamstrings
"The is the designated hitter delano de shields the former astro farmhand is in center nomar missouri's in right field the shortstop is jerks in pro far joey gallo the modern day dave kingman is in left isaiah kinder falesa is at third base netto doris at second robinson chirinos is behind the plate the first baseman is the youngster ronald guzman and the pitcher is mike minor four the texas rangers news around baseball tommy dreamer mentioned it in our last segment the yankees placing masahiro tanaka on the ten day deal with strains in not one hamstring both hamstrings he suffered those injuries while running the bases last night in the victory over the new york mets stephen strasburg of the nationals goes on the dl with right shoulder inflammation dave martinez the manager in washington says there is no timetable on strasbourg's with turn the righty left to start last night against san francisco after two innings underwent an emo this morning you six and six this season of three point four six it's his sixth stint on the dl in the last four years that's going to wrap it up this edition of astros on deck askar launch from globe light parking arlington is next flirt steve sparks are hanging by first pitches at six fifteen international tv game on fox i'm saunders thank you for listening i will rejoin you after the game for the tenth inning show we'll take calls right here on your home for houston astros baseball sports talk seven hundred.