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Fresh update on "leicester" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:54 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "leicester" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, Brian. According to you wait for President Alexander Check Marine. The organization will announce by dry ninth whether some fans will be allowed in attendance on the Champions League resumes in August in Lisbon, Portugal, withdraw scheduled for July 10th while acknowledging that as of now it seems, fans will not be allowed. Catherine says that decisions being assessed a today big day in the Premier League is Chelsea's stone by West and United 3 to 2 as onto Yarmolenko scores a winner in the 89th minute despite a brace from William the Blues fail to overtake Leicester City who lost to tow want Everton for third place in league table and only maintain a two point edge over Manchester United or slow. Meanwhile, moves to seventh place in the PL four nil win over Norwich. Pierre Emerick. Obama young scores a brace sources are reporting that the end will spend more than $150 million to complete the remaining three months of the season being held at Walt Disney World Resort, with 22 teams set to resume the season at the end of July, Legal up to pay for housing of players and staff also arranging for the use of seven practice courts, three arenas for games paying for meals and Corona virus tests amongst other expenses. The N B A is also projecting losses in revenue of a $1,000,000,000 due to Corona virus. The NFL has decided to shorten this year's pre season two games from For the first game he played on August 20th 24th. The second week of games will be held 27 to 31st regular season set to begin on September 10th day of Sportsmen that your Bloomberg World Sports Update Markets Headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. Bloomberg Business APP on Bloomberg Quick. Take this. He's a Bloomberg business Flash, so the market in Hong Kong will return to action after yesterday's holiday. That will happen at the bottom of the coming hour. And this is going to be very interesting because this is going to be the first opportunity. For the market to react to details of that new national security law will get the futures for the Hang sang trading on the other side of the top of the hour. Right now we're holding on to gains, although the Nikkei to be fair has been fluctuating between gains and losses. Right now. It's pushing higher by about 1/10 of 1% out in front of this advanced communication system Stocks, real estate also moving higher in the Tokyo session. The end stronger here against the dollar. Certainly that was the case in New York trading right now we're trading 107.4 in yen Visa VI The greenback in Seoul. The cost be ahead 7/10 of 1%. Health care stocks out in front of this advance along with consumer staples shares. And in Sydney, the Sex 200 is pushing higher by.

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UK city of Leicester sees lockdown tightened on virus spike

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:16 sec | 3 d ago

UK city of Leicester sees lockdown tightened on virus spike

"Is very much on decline. But Lester, for example. Now there's seemed to have a spike of cases. Some sense that that city may be facing one of the UK is first regional lockdowns. No clarity on that, but it's certainly a possibility Mobile. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson talking about big spending On

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Fresh update on "leicester" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:23 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "leicester" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"In the Premier League. So what does that mean for Chelsea? Dog. Let me tell you something these days. You better pick up his many points as you can. But Chelsea unable to do so. They're stunned by West and West Ham United 3 to 2 Andre Yarmolenko, scoring the winner that was in the 89 minutes. Chelsea did get a brace from William, but the Blues felt overtake Leicester City. You lost 2 to 1 to average for third place in the league table, the only now maintain a two point edge over Manchester United, who has not lost in 15 straight man got matches. Meanwhile, Arsenal moves to seventh place in the four nil win over Norwich as Pierre Emerick. Obama young scores a brace turning our attention to Syria, Inter Milan Dominates breakfast. Six nilly. See Milan could only muster to all draw against bomb all time. Great goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who some consider the greatest in history has been farewell. Porto is a 39 year olds contract literally ran out today. After five years. The club, the former Spain World Cup winning captain spent 25 years with railroad drill. Majority began there in their youth system as a nine year old Casillas had suffered a heart attack last season has not played since April 2000 and 19 The NFL has decided to shorten this year's preseason A two game from before the first game We played on August 20th 24th 2nd week games will be 27 through the 31st Sources report that the N B A is going to spend more than $150 million to complete the remaining three months of the season being held. At Walt Disney World Resort for 22 teams set resume the season at the end of July. The league's enough to pay for housing of players and staff also arranging for the use of seven practice course. Three arenas for games paying for meals in Corona virus tests amongst other expenses. I'm Dan Schwartzman, thatyou're Bloomberg World Sports Update. Paul. All right, thanks very much..

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Trump denies briefing on reported bounties against US troops

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 d ago

Trump denies briefing on reported bounties against US troops

"Britain's president government trump is is denying pledging having to support been briefed on local reported officials U. S. intelligence in the central that English Russian city military of Leicester intelligence middle unit pools secretly the spike offered in Kobe bounties nineteen to cases Taliban would linked prompt militants authorities to for look killing the American community troops down in Afghanistan the Sunday times The newspaper New York Times says is reporting a fresh American look down intelligence would come officials within concluded days months off ago to one of the that six Russian hundred officials new cases offered rewards were recorded for successful in the attacks less the area on American service in the two members weeks to last June sixteenth year at the time it the to U. be S. the first in Taliban time were holding Britain talks had looked to end on the single the war in area Afghanistan join the whole in pandemic a Sunday morning tweet the department trump rights of health nobody and briefed social or told care me says or it's supporting vice president the council pence and or local his chief partners of staff in Leicester mark meadows to help and prevent he appeared further to minimize transmission the allegations of the virus against the Moscow newspaper also referring reports to the so despite called comes attacks amid on our fears troops the disease in Afghanistan that's been by Russians spreading for the of city's which he large said there have Asian not been many community presumptive who often democratic live in presidential multi generational nominee Joe households Biden calls the report Charles the a truly list as well shocking London revelation if accurate Russia calls it nonsense Ben Thomas Washington

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Fresh update on "leicester" discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:33 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "leicester" discussed on BBC World Service

"Welcome to Tuesday on the BBC World Service with Alan Cassidy. John Connie Shop. Thank you for joining us our top story today the number of covert 19 cases in the U. S jumps by over 50,001 day more than 10,000 of those were registered in California, which Has bean put down back down into that lot down. So what's going on Some knockdown news from the U. K to as the city of Leicester imposes the restrictions following a local spike in cases. Also why talkies President wants to turn one of Istanbul's most famous landmarks in the eyes of fear into a mosque on in every crisis. There's opportunity. We talked to the author who says we should use the economic slowdown brought on by the pandemic as a turning point in the climate crisis. Onda later Sports on business News, all lined up for you. After this news bulletin. Tyler. I'm Neil Nunes with the BBC news. The Daily number ofthe new Corona virus. Infections in the United States has exceeded 50,000 for the first time, California alone recorded nearly 10,000 The governor Gavin Newsom, As reintroduced restrictions, which were being gradually lifted more from David Willis. Blame for this is being partly placed on the hasty reopening of bars and restaurants. The very fact that a lot of new infections are amongst young people is being taken as a sign that the decision to reopen bars, for example, may have been at least partly to blame. Many states have also been slow. To mandate the wearing of face masks in public or indeed to remind people to maintain social distancing President Trump, who has long opposed wearing a face covering in public now, since he's all for them, and said he would wear one in what he called a tight situation with all the people. Gunmen have stormed a drugs rehabilitation centre in Mexico, killing 24 people and another seven were injured. The incident happened in the central state of Guanajuato. Which has seen a sharp increase in gang related violence in recent months. A Turkish court is to rule later on an application to convert Istanbul's most famous tourist site, the IRS, Sofia to a mosque president and one wants to revive Muslim worship there. It was built by the Romans. More than 1500 years ago. All again has this report. Hyah! Sofia, with its soaring Golden Dome is an architectural wonder, dating from the sixth century after 900 years as a cathedral. It was conquered by the Ottomans and was then for 500 years. A mosque. Since 1935. It has been a museum Patriarch Bartholomew, the spiritually leader off the Orthodox Church worldwide, has warned Turkey that changing it to a mosque would disappoint millions of Christians. New Zealand's Health minister, David Clarke has stepped down after criticism over recent mistakes of the government's largely successful response of the Corona virus pandemic. In April, Mr Clarke was reprimanded and demoted for it was revealed he broke locked on rules to go mountain biking and to take his family to the beach, New Zealand's prime minister just into Ardennes that he was right to resign. Anything that X is a distraction. Anything that takes away our time, if it in energy from our response to Corbett, 19 we just says the country can't afford. So that was a very frank conversation. The minister and I openly head last week. Hey, then came to the very firm view that his own growing role in this portfolio. I was going to get in the way of that response. World News from the BBC. The foreign service in Myanmar's has at least 50 people have been killed in a landslide at a jade mine in Cochin state. In a statement, the fire Department said there had been heavy rain in the area and the miners were buried in a wave of mud. Rescue efforts are continuing. The rival Palestinian factions. Fatah and Hamas are due to meet for the first time in years. The deputy leader of Hamas Sala brewery, will hold talks of visual ng from Istanbul with Fatah's Djibril Alright group who was in Ramallah, They'll discuss Israel's plan to an expanse of the occupied West Bank. Russian election officials say voters have overwhelmingly approved constitutional changes that are expected to cement President Putin's holding power for 16 more years. Mr Putin's most high profile opponent, Alexei Navalny, this, Mr the results as a huge lie. There was no independent scrutiny off the vote, and these people were highly critical off the constitutional amendments. Russia eyes going in the wrong direction. This direction is to dictatorship. I.

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Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

"Britain's government is pledging to support local officials in the central English city of Leicester middle pools the spike in Kobe nineteen cases would prompt authorities to look the community down the Sunday times newspaper says a fresh look down would come within days off to one of the six hundred new cases were recorded in the less the area in the two weeks to June sixteenth it to be the first time Britain had looked on the single area join the whole pandemic the department of health and social care says it's supporting the council and local partners in Leicester to help prevent further transmission of the virus the newspaper also reports despite comes amid fears the disease that's been spreading for the city's large Asian community who often live in multi generational households Charles the list as well London

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Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

"Confirmed China's Britain's government extended coronavirus is because pledging of the nineteen infections to support tests local to have newly officials surpassed reopened in the songs ten the central million English mark the minute city worldwide dropping of Leicester cases middle well South pools Holly Korea compiled the spike continues by in John Kobe to Hopkins face nineteen new infections university cases would off prompt has to authorities registered eighties with social to the look grim distancing milestone the community rules down off to lift to India the economy and the Sunday Russia times and the thousands newspaper no positive says of cases new cases a fresh have been look found down the US in Beijing's has would confirmed come beauty within days and more barber than two off shops point to one five in of the a further six million hundred sign infections new cases that the the city's most recent in were the world recorded outbreak globally in the has less been largely the the Hopkins area brought tali in under the two control has weeks supported to June nearly concern sixteenth a Hoffa has been million high deaths though it to be the first with officials well time Hopkins temporarily Britain is report had shutting looked on a the only huge single confirms wholesale area coronavirus food join market the whole cases pandemic where the virus experts spread the believe department widely the of true health well and number social anyone of people leaving care who've Beijing says been infected it's has supporting needed could a the be negative council as much virus as and ten local test times partners result that in figure Leicester within the previous given to help that seven so prevent many days people come further get meanwhile transmission tested South of Korea or the virus may says have the virus forty the newspaper of the without newly also reported showing reports any cases symptoms despite of comes domestic amid I'm infections Charles fears the the disease last while another month that's twenty been spreading others for came the from city's overseas large Asian community I'm Charles the who last often live month in multi generational households Charles the list as well London

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Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

"Confirmed China's Britain's government extended coronavirus is because pledging of the nineteen infections to support tests local to have newly officials surpassed reopened in the songs ten the central million English mark the minute city worldwide dropping of Leicester cases middle well South pools Holly Korea compiled the spike continues by in John Kobe to Hopkins face nineteen new infections university cases would off prompt has to authorities registered eighties with social to the look grim distancing milestone the community rules down off to lift to India the economy and the Sunday Russia times and the thousands newspaper no positive says of cases new cases a fresh have been look found down the US in Beijing's has would confirmed come beauty within days and more barber than two off shops point to one five in of the a further six million hundred sign infections new cases that the the city's most recent in were the world recorded outbreak globally in the has less been largely the the Hopkins area brought tali in under the two control has weeks supported to June nearly concern sixteenth a Hoffa has been million high deaths though it to be the first with officials well time Hopkins temporarily Britain is report had shutting looked on a the only huge single confirms wholesale area coronavirus food join market the whole cases pandemic where the virus experts spread the believe department widely the of true health well and number social anyone of people leaving care who've Beijing says been infected it's has supporting needed could a the be negative council as much virus as and ten local test times partners result that in figure Leicester within the previous given to help that seven so prevent many days people come further get meanwhile transmission tested South of Korea or the virus may says have the virus forty the newspaper of the without newly also reported showing reports any cases symptoms despite of comes domestic amid I'm infections Charles fears the the disease last while another month that's twenty been spreading others for came the from city's overseas large Asian community I'm Charles the who last often live month in multi generational households Charles the list as well London

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Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

"Confirmed China's Britain's government extended coronavirus is because pledging of the nineteen infections to support tests local to have newly officials surpassed reopened in the songs ten the central million English mark the minute city worldwide dropping of Leicester cases middle well South pools Holly Korea compiled the spike continues by in John Kobe to Hopkins face nineteen new infections university cases would off prompt has to authorities registered eighties with social to the look grim distancing milestone the community rules down off to lift to India the economy and the Sunday Russia times and the thousands newspaper no positive says of cases new cases a fresh have been look found down the US in Beijing's has would confirmed come beauty within days and more barber than two off shops point to one five in of the a further six million hundred sign infections new cases that the the city's most recent in were the world recorded outbreak globally in the has less been largely the the Hopkins area brought tali in under the two control has weeks supported to June nearly concern sixteenth a Hoffa has been million high deaths though it to be the first with officials well time Hopkins temporarily Britain is report had shutting looked on a the only huge single confirms wholesale area coronavirus food join market the whole cases pandemic where the virus experts spread the believe department widely the of true health well and number social anyone of people leaving care who've Beijing says been infected it's has supporting needed could a the be negative council as much virus as and ten local test times partners result that in figure Leicester within the previous given to help that seven so prevent many days people come further get meanwhile transmission tested South of Korea or the virus may says have the virus forty the newspaper of the without newly also reported showing reports any cases symptoms despite of comes domestic amid I'm infections Charles fears the the disease last while another month that's twenty been spreading others for came the from city's overseas large Asian community I'm Charles the who last often live month in multi generational households Charles the list as well London

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Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

"Britain's government is pledging to support local officials in the central English city of Leicester middle pools the spike in Kobe nineteen cases would prompt authorities to look the community down the Sunday times newspaper says a fresh look down would come within days off to one of the six hundred new cases were recorded in the less the area in the two weeks to June sixteenth it to be the first time Britain had looked on the single area join the whole pandemic the department of health and social care says it's supporting the council and local partners in Leicester to help prevent further transmission of the virus the newspaper also reports despite comes amid fears the disease that's been spreading for the city's large Asian community who often live in multi generational households Charles the list as well London

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Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Central England city hit by conronavirus spike

"Britain's government is pledging to support local officials in the central English city of Leicester middle pools the spike in Kobe nineteen cases would prompt authorities to look the community down the Sunday times newspaper says a fresh look down would come within days off to one of the six hundred new cases were recorded in the less the area in the two weeks to June sixteenth it to be the first time Britain had looked on the single area join the whole pandemic the department of health and social care says it's supporting the council and local partners in Leicester to help prevent further transmission of the virus the newspaper also reports despite comes amid fears the disease that's been spreading for the city's large Asian community who often live in multi generational households Charles the list as well London

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Could Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms be Joe Biden's pick for vice president?

Special Programming

00:59 min | 5 d ago

Could Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms be Joe Biden's pick for vice president?

"There a sort of like a Midwest I candidate or someone you think could be a great vice president that people are talking about or one of the sort of Leicester name recognition folks I mean I guess a little bit more into the account of the last around I do think it's really odd to me that she is that talked about more because one of the people that like to come down but kisha that's not unusual lance bottoms from Atlanta and but I don't think she's a serious contender because of inaction she's the mayor right so yeah so I I don't I don't know if anyone has it been mentioned that Biden would would consider that's a interesting question but I I think you know it would be really interesting things he ends up kind of doing the McCain moves and coming up with someone who no one saw coming out man who people haven't really been talking about I I I yeah

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Lester Morales, CEO at Next Impact

Outcomes Rocket

04:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Lester Morales, CEO at Next Impact

"Marquez Marquez's here and today I. Have the privilege of Hosting Lester Morales. He is a true consultant in the human capital and employee benefits arena, and currently serves as CEO of next impact. LLC focused on innovation and changing the status quo. Next impact is a full service employee benefits and Human Resources Marketing and consulting company committed to helping other companies grow and add value to their clients before he. He founded next impact. He Co founded in Selah, a benefits administration company focused on helping advisors support their clients with ACA compliance prior to becoming an entrepreneur, lester serve nearly three years as executive vice president and chief growth officer for Willis's human capital practice, one of the largest insurance brokerages in the world in this role Lester lead over two hundred producers consultants in forty plus offices as part of a three, hundred and fifty. Fifty Million Dollar Practice Willis. A single largest practice in North America during a previous eight year stint at Willis Lester, was consistently among the top five consultants nationally between those assignments Lester served as national vice president of sales for Health Stat orlean provider of worksite clinics and disease management services. Leicester's thought later in the benefit space, and I had just the opportunity to connect with them before this and his passion for making healthcare. Healthcare more equitable employers and the employees is palpable He's he's. He's all in and I'm privileged to have them here on the podcast today, Lester, really looking forward to our discussion, they have. We should have nothing to be here -absolutely so lester before we dive into what you guys do at next impact and the quote here on the front of your site. starbucks spends more on healthcare than they do on coffee wow. Right we're going to dive into that and what your you and your team is doing to help. Prevent that or turn it around to something more sustainable. Tell us a little bit about what inspires your work in healthcare. Yeah, yeah, you know most people that end up in the insurance advisory space. While into it's the Mine is I'm doing this on purpose. I have a very stinks. Why unfortunately I have been a product health care insurance employee benefits when I was sixteen years old. My Dad was diagnosed with multiple myeloma for you. Listeners that don't know what that is. That's cute of your bone marrow. So I was sixteen got diagnosed found out San France Limo radiation several years back baffled. That's. Unfortunately ends up being that me. Combat statistics so sixty two's. Depending on which report you live, read out personal bankruptcy puzzle medical reasons while unfortunately we were part of that statistics are my parents had to file bankruptcy? In order to make ends meet the rent in worse yet. It's interesting about that is they've got health insurance? both employer based insurance, but you know we're in an out of pocket mass along as Hand Fifteen, twenty, two thousand a year for family. You know you do that. Do three years in a row. How many families have extra thirty forty fifty thousand dollars sitting? There Bang you. You know when you're trying to send your kid baseball camp. You get on the new pair of Jordan. Then all the thing that wonderful parents which I had you know to water? Parents did Zach I mean down the road of of Yao, interest in and understanding vow health insurance, but it also makes you understand how they're using the system is and and that although you got insurance, although theoretically that insurance is supposed to be there to supporting how it was, it was really more of a hoop jumper, and you know an obstacle alone commerce so. Back, down the field, and then the last part of really what what drives me and my? Why unfortunately I'm a big I'm a big. Momma's boy is most Latin. Men Are. A BIG MOMMA's boy. Unfortunately in two thousand fourteen moms diagnose pancreatic cancer and she passed away August. Eleven thousand seventeen, so man I'll tell you I get up every day fired up to fights for changing because I have seen that you most important. Pete in my life away from cancer the amount of money we spent the amount of confusion. The amount of just uncertainty and Hoots Jeff Junk mail system just makes sense air, and so that's that's what we get. Get up every morning

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What's the Most Expensive Book in the World?

BrainStuff

03:51 min | Last month

What's the Most Expensive Book in the World?

"These days with printing and digital technologies being. What they are books can be very affordable. But when you get into collector territory prices can be astounding. Today's question is what is the most expensive book in the World Abraham Stuff? It's me person Sagar. Sometimes I like to imagine that long after I'm dead. A wealthy philanthropist is going to buy my diary for millions of dollars in lend it to museums across the planet. Then everyone would finally know the answer to today's question. What is the most expensive book in the world? Something by William Shakespeare the Neck Renamo con twilight new moon. Well it all depends on if the book is printed or if it's handwritten if we're talking books that have had multiple copies printed and the answer is the Bay Psalm. Book which sold for more than fourteen million dollars in November of two thousand thirteen it was originally printed by Puritans in Cambridge Massachusetts in sixteen forty seeking religious freedom. These settlers wanted their own translation of the Old Testament. Today there are only eleven copies remaining and it is considered the first book printed in America but if we include one of a kind handwritten texts than the Bay Psalm. Book isn't even worth half the value of the most expensive book ever sold. That title goes to Leonardo DAVINCI'S CODEX Leicester which sold for thirty point. Eight million dollars in nineteen ninety four to a little known computer programmer by the name of Bill Gates. Adjust that amount for inflation and today the Codex is almost worth fifty million dollars. In fact. That's forty nine million. Five Hundred Twenty eight thousand five hundred. Sixty one dollars and forty cents. If you WANNA be technical it's an unbound seventy two page notebook filled with Davinci's drawings and thoughts mainly about how to move water yet. The most expensive book in the world is basically a plumbing manual more on that in a minute. A lot of DAVINCI's writing was lost to history. Almost half of it. In fact so the Codex. Leicester is mainly important because it's a single collection of his focused ideas. The Codex is written like many of Davinci's works in something called mirror hand. All the letters are reversed and it's written from right to left so the only way you can read it when it's held up to a mirror and you probably need a fluency in antiquated Italian as well. So it's a book about water that's written backwards to be fair. That's oversimplifying things a bit. It's primarily about how astronomy and geology relate to water. Considering the functionality of tides eddies and dams really Davinci was trying to figure out how to harness the power of moving water he demonstrates how pressure increases with theft in a fluid and the Codex examines configurations of siphons and differently shaped pipes. He's particularly interested in the fluid mechanics of how water moves around obstacles. This manuscript was first purchased in seventeen. Seventeen by a guy named Thomas Coke who later became the earl of Leicester Hence the title Codex Leicester But in one thousand nine hundred eighty an art collector named Armand Hammer bought it changing. Its name to the more bad ass Codex Hammer. This only lasted fourteen years. Though intil gates bought it and changed back then he made it into a screensaver for windows. Ninety five actually gate seems genuinely inspired by Davinci's example of pushing themselves to find more knowledge. He's even loaned the book to a number of museums years so it be viewed and studied by the public. So that's the most expensive book

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Washington, DC - Roy Lester, former Maryland football coach, dies at 96

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Washington, DC - Roy Lester, former Maryland football coach, dies at 96

"College football former Maryland head coach Roy Lester dies at the age of ninety six the West Virginia graduate led the terms from nineteen sixty nine through nineteen seventy one proceeding the Jerry Claiborne era Leicester coach Richard Montgomery high school in Rockville to six unbeaten seasons in ten seasons with the school while also guiding paint branch immigrated to state championships

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Finding Positivity

Trainer Talk - The Podcast

03:07 min | 2 months ago

Finding Positivity

"Have been we have planning on you course you yes indeed is very exciting. Yes indeed so. That's you know while emails going out this week quickly. The twenty ninth of April. That's quack sightseeing planning our future. Trading Business Co ops. Oh yes yeah. Which is what we say what I would not be doing in terms of my on. My program has a successful business. Because you know those is principles whether in a situation whether or not are the same of course and then you are going to bring over online training online. Cousteau chip making noises in the background is in the background. Nobody chaired the interrupt service. So yes it will. That's he's very very. We had a spotlight session members last FIDE. I could find a with them. Rebecca Perkins we were talking about resilience. Which again is very topical at the moment which is why I stood to commodity a session and And that was great. Actually it was really really nice to you. Know it was gonNA call every combing and everybody shed different ways of dealing with a really interesting sort of came out center. So that's great enjoyed that I've been talking of confusion. Stop this weekend are you. Do you know why you don't have to live. Go out okay. Well what kind of do what are those jobs? No I just such a check that will try to superman. Dissolve weather's supposed to be A mixed at the word I just needs to check can still go through Leicester and make sure that everything's okay. And that he received emails they should do constantly a bit more of that stupid day. We had a chance to like leaps meeting choose. Don't talk about the The latest round tweeting Chester. Because obviously they speak quite you. People who have to pitch will advance. Everybody has to leverage on so that was something that they were experienced the first time so. That was really nice to hear that. How would you getting on with? That was yeah definitely definitely is great and we'll come onto this get talk mine topic as well But I think people are having new experiences that they didn't anticipate they. They would have quite so quickly. Which I think he's actually. It's a good thing The say yes FAB factor to here and actually see the expressions of people's faces that they Achieved something with it as well and were pleased with themselves rightly so For having done it.

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Coronavirus travel: Visitor quarantine in Florida, Hawaii, and Alaska

John Williams

09:13 min | 3 months ago

Coronavirus travel: Visitor quarantine in Florida, Hawaii, and Alaska

"I just saw this that big vacation states like Florida Hawaii Alaska are saying there's a visitor quarantine tell us what that means well it is a record here it basically means if you show up in a hole I will treat you to stroll by ship or by air or you drive to Florida or fly to Florida same thing with Alaska you're really going to a self imposed fourteen day quarantine but but it's it's not not eating differently when you think about it then you know bring in illegal fruits and vegetables you are the illegal fruit and vegetable in this case so please don't go they came into a little bit late they should have done a little earlier but there's a reason now why airlines like Ryanair is no longer flying to the mainland and then they basically cut out all their service in the in the same thing will soon happen at least in terms of flights down requested between where I am right now in New York and Florida so you know it's interesting because you also heard Florida governor Ron DeSantis talk he issued an executive order it initially was criticized for not forgiving the beach is open for spring break but now he's saying if you're gonna fly in from New York New Jersey or Connecticut you need to self isolate for fourteen days because they're seeing people from New York which is the epicentre in America of this virus right now travel down to Florida to try to get out of the big city where people are on top of each other it makes sense but they are trying to make sure that it doesn't cause a problem there well good luck enforcing that show quarantine says who who's gonna stop in and stop me what they really should do and it's going to happen very soon take a look what's going on in New York in the governor's order here on the governor's order in California and your own governor Eloy sooner or later every state's going to have to do this tomorrow how many cases there reporting because the food was good but what I'm understanding is worries whether but maybe been so few cases reported in what states would say like West Virginia is because they don't have the testing done where you have testing the obvious you're gonna have more cases reported but in terms of how it relates to travel what we're really looking at now it's on the drawing board no announcements have been made is a possible shutdown of domestic air service in this country yeah and the number the airlines would love to have that happen simply because from an economic point of view they can't sustain the traffic loads they're getting a fair averaging only twenty five percent load factors on their flights the reason why the airlines are continuing to fly domestically has nothing to do with us it has to do with how the airlines gotten business when I first started back in the nineteen thirties it's called hall in the U. S. mail and if they can come up with an alternative to do that then there's every reason to believe they're going to try to shut down that service completely enough American Airlines converted one other passenger planes to do is go to an all cargo plane and for the first time in thirty years American Airlines actually flew a cargo flight because most the time when they're taking in the mail it's in the same baggage holds your luggage and thought about that it's some interesting to see our people still flying I mean you file the times you've been on a plane recently I have not I'm I'm heating the governor's order I'm I'm I'm staying in place yesterday I'll give you an example delta air lines's park six hundred airplanes so many planes parked you literally had to close a runway in Atlanta just to hold the planes that were parked up and yet yesterday JFK whatever flights are operated by delta we're averaging about thirty percent load factor that is funny actually unsustainable so the answers to your question yes there are people flying but not very many that the TSA has reported you'll love this and eighty six percent drop in the number of passengers screened for the first time if anybody does fly no long lines of the TSA but you know that's an unintended consequence I'm sure yeah kind it is and I I guess people who are already have bought their travel they they bought their tickets to a cruise or airline of the already planned travel for spring or summer what do you advising those folks to do you're hanging on to those tickets you know you're you're you're wondering maybe even a week or two ago you thought you'd still take that trip now looking less certain well let's be realistic here in terms of time frame if you're holding a ticket for anything now between now and may fifteenth or even may thirtieth your flight your cruise is probably not going to go now the airlines will tell you at this moment because their computers have been reprogrammed that that April twenty first flight is still scheduled to go well you know what the Titanic was still scheduled but the bottom line here is as we get closer to those dates and we haven't really mitigated those of the virus curve those flights will cancel so my advice to everybody is if you're holding a ticket for anyone of those flights don't cancel it now because the airlines will then say you're canceling it based on your decision wait until the airlines cancel and then don't just settle for a voucher insist on a full refund because this was it your decision you didn't wake up one morning just capriciously decide you'd want to go the bottom line is you you you contracted for service you did not get you deserve a full refund because right now is that what's happening Peter if you if you tried to call up and say Hey I'm not gonna travel it end of April mid April whatever it is you we don't are you getting vouchers are you seeing people get refunds well it's a case by case one by airline cruise line by cruise line situation well given example of Southwest Airlines the original program in place it's been program put in place for years would be three basically put everything that you put let you pay for into a a separate fund and then you use that phone to fly for the next year but eventually the essentially with the with the once talk about now that the airlines are desperate to do what hold on to their cash however other airlines have been something else Qantas if they give you read that they give you a voucher now we'll give you a voucher worth ten percent more than what you paid for your ticket thank you your user ticket but let's be real here I'll give you an example in the city of Dallas I'm just using this as an example eighty seven percent of people who flew within Dallas who flew on American Airlines last year only for the airline once these are road warriors are frequent flyers their leisure travelers who say that their hard earned dollars to take that one annual trip why would you hold on their money per year that's just not fair it's not right so if you're listening to this right now and you're one of those people and the other one only once you do a voucher keep calling back ask for a supervisor or call my show when we didn't know it we will give you information on my show on Saturday as to how you can try to get that refund because right now this is totally unfair while the government is bailing out the airlines with cash why should the airlines bail you out I saw that that looks like of them so they there is a package I think their loans to the airlines not grants and that's what I've heard they did government can take stake in your company Boeing has said it doesn't want to accept any government stake so they may not even take the aid that's offered how do you feel about this whole package if you had a chance to take a look at it Peter I have been moved to start with the airlines for starters here I have no problem in defining the airlines as critical to our supply chain in this country and to our infrastructure travel and transportation and so if they're going to give them either these grants or these loans there's every reason to expect and to demand conditions and those conditions the way beyond without the eggs it is it was it was do stock buybacks it has to do with how do we move forward from this are we still gonna do these draconian well you know change please enter Conan rebooking flea season make everything non refundable and it's it's it's it's terrible thirty five billion dollars last year was earned by airlines just on ancillary fees and it had nothing to do with actually flying the airplane so bottom line here we need to see I don't think we will see right now because everybody's moving so quickly on this but sooner or later we need to see a consumer component of consumer protection component anything that's that that is attached to a financial bailout for the airline I would agree with that the other thing we keep that keeps coming up is people saying what if I get sick well it was so then this time when so many people are getting these unexpected illnesses what what what rights would you have with an airline to get a refund well first of all let's let's talk about travel insurance the travel insurance companies are very good at trying to get you to buy the insurance is actually go online to make your reservation otherwise hard to complete you can't complete the transaction unless you opt in or out to the insurance without understanding what it covers but most importantly without understanding what it doesn't cover and right now for example you can't get fire insurance after your second four catches fire and guaranteed that almost every travel insurance policy that's out there has an exclusion for pandemic so what we have to do now is we watch as the airlines on an almost daily basis start changing their refund policies from Detroit from trickled into Leicester cone into slightly less draconian and finally after much public outcry and I'll be leading that charge so it's actually fair and beneficial to you I like the way that sounds Peter Peter Greenberg always has the answers when it comes to travel and all things about it thank you Peter Hey John three to six you can hear him here on

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Red carpet called off for London premiere of 'Mulan'

GSMC Television Podcast

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Red carpet called off for London premiere of 'Mulan'

"Disney as scaled back its European premiere of Moulana cancelling the red carpet event and all the stars and productive. People that we're going to go over there. For the premiere it was going to be in London and Leicester Square greeting tonight. Which is Thursday? Evening would have been tonight.

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Treasury likely to push back tax deadline due to coronavirus

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:44 min | 4 months ago

Treasury likely to push back tax deadline due to coronavirus

"Well stocks are falling sharply on Wall Street as fears of economic fallout from the corona virus outbreak gripped the markets again and joining us now to talk more about this is our financial analyst David Johnson good morning David Hey good morning Melissa you know I just listen to your gasoline update my suggestion is don't top off the tank yeah it's going to get cheaper to borrow it that's a pretty good bat right how's it looking already bad right yeah it we we're getting here on two sides on the one hand we have still the steady stream of coronavirus news and nobody can really figure out exactly what the impact is going to be on the economy I mean you know there's gonna be some sort of impact but who is going to impact so set that aside for a second on the other hand you have the collapse in energy prices which down the road is great news it's gonna put money in your pocket because it's going to cost Leicester you know cool your houses what are probably certainly gonna cost less to drive around the country but right now it did it puts a whole lot of companies in jeopardy and probably is going to put a bunch of people out of work because that's an industry that that certainly employs a lot of people and finally we are looking for what Washington is going to do about this and what we're getting this sort of conflicting headlines a treasury secretary to been talking all morning says there's a delay on on the tax line all the tax deadline could L. R. maybe put two hundred billion dollars in the economy so that's something you're looking at you've heard about the president's suggestion that they they stop taking out the payroll tax at least through the end of the year that's a possibility but what we don't have anything concrete

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Liverpool closes in on the Premier League title

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00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Liverpool closes in on the Premier League title

"Leicester the there rescheduled is the possibility city man rolled city that past Liverpool arsenal Aston match can villa wrap kicks up for off the the premier Neil premier to league league tighten title slate its as Wednesday grip early on as the after Saturday third their champions March first but league that meeting spot will depend was postponed to on cap Manchester the week's city's premier Leicester two league games city action between and Watford now and then Harvey open the Barnes Saturday man scored slate city a pair takes of with goals much on arsenal to including play for in the on London fox's both sides Wednesday final before tally the boxes heading in the to eighty Burnley continue fifth for minute the a Saturday chase to cap of match a second three place goal should man second city city half lose while the both Hornets the Liverpool win look snapped to stay just a four collegiate game above before premier the relegation takes league the pitch winless Monday zone drought against and Everton man moved the city foxes is also the within Reds in action four also clinch points Saturday with of a win second against against placed Burnley Everton Manchester and a fourth loss city placed by and city Chelsea five against visits clear either Aston of fourth arsenal villa placed or Chelsea Burnley champions league hopefuls Manchester should city Wolverhampton United tied both remains in games Sheffield on the Liverpool outside United could looking are celebrate also in in action with in the the Darby champions winded the wall league and facing con field trailing west ham Chelsea Saturday man by city three in beat Sheffield arsenal points taking three nothing Wolverhampton on new on castle December fifteenth Sunday Sheffield United twelve menu days both when after sit Tottenham a four five one play points victory Sunday back against Burnley I'm I'm given given I'm called called Dave law law Ferrie

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Manchester City and Aresenal havea  midweek date in the EPL

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Manchester City and Aresenal havea midweek date in the EPL

"Leicester the rescheduled city man rolled city past arsenal Aston match villa kicks for off the Neil premier to league tighten slate its Wednesday grip on the after third their champions March first league meeting spot was postponed to cap the week's premier Leicester league city action and Watford Harvey open the Barnes Saturday scored slate a pair of with goals much to including play for the on fox's both sides final tally the boxes in the eighty continue fifth minute the chase to cap of a second three place goal man second city half while the Hornets the win look snapped to stay just a four game above premier the relegation league winless zone drought and man moved the city foxes is also within in action four points Saturday of second against placed Burnley Manchester fourth city placed and Chelsea five visits clear Aston of fourth villa placed Chelsea champions league hopefuls Manchester Wolverhampton United remains in Sheffield on the outside United looking are also in in action in the champions the wall league facing con trailing west ham Chelsea Saturday by three in Sheffield points taking Wolverhampton on new castle Sunday Sheffield United menu both when sit Tottenham five play points Sunday back I'm I'm given given called called law law

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"leicester" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

10:52 min | 4 months ago

"leicester" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Also wanted his country in any money that they made out of stamp sales to be used to protect nearby fishing resources and the autumn of nineteen. Sixty five. Lester worked with a librarian. At the University of Texas Humanities Research Center and Austin to create and exhibit about his new country including what maybe the only copy of the constitution as well as a number of other artifacts this collection remains at the University of Texas at Austin Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center. You know some of those pieces they have Photographs have online but new Atlantis. You may have noticed you don't have to memorize it in a list of countries and that is because it was a short lived project. It's demise was not that the Universal Postal Union refused to acknowledge it stamps. Although that was a very real problem The culprit here was nature itself. New Atlantis which lester had been hoping to. Expand and further fortify was destroyed in a storm in nineteen sixty six before he can make improvements on it after the demise of his little country Lester continued to write. He started working. As a freelance journalist. Writing about fishing and outdoors activities. He had learned about from his brother wrote for various periodicals and also started his own newsletter. The binney out island news which he described as the smallest newspaper in the world in one quote. He said something like you would need two copies to wrap a piece of fish so very little As Age Lester also let his beard grow into a lot of people. He started to look like these spitting image of his deceased brother. During this time in his mid sixties. Lester had a heart attack. And then was diagnosed with diabetes which led to a number of surgeries including having artificial arteries put into his legs. His health continued to decline in his doctors noting. His poor circulation suggested that he had both of his legs amputated. This was more than he was willing to consider and like his father and his brother. Before Him Lester Hemingway's medical issues brought on depression. And at the age of sixty seven in September of Nineteen eighty-two Leicester Hemingway ended his life by a self inflicted gunshot wound to the head. I have not heard about Lester until fairly recently and I was immediately fascinated. Yeah because it is a story of someone who seems very Contented the right word but comfortable living in the shadow of a much more famous sibling and even to the point that they're willing to pursue the same career knowing it will count against them in some ways but then once ernest is gone. Leicester does some really fascinating things of his own He's an interesting dude. I think A lot of people don't know about him I think people that are really into the Hemingway's and their family history and and Ernest probably have an inkling of him but Electric it's a little bit lost in the historical record. So that's why I wanted to talk about him because I I love the story of an eccentric and I love the idea of starting one's own country even if it does not go tremendously well It is such a fun idea though. Yeah do you have listener mail for us? I do. It's much more upbeat. Although it does start out with the subject line heartbroken. Oh Yeah I saw that subject line. And like I braced for impact. Yeah it's and it turns out to be lovely. It is our listener page. Who writes Hello Tracy in Holly? I've been listening to missed in history for years now but I've fallen behind after returning to school and reallocating a lot of my time from podcasts. As my aside congratulations on going back to school I hope it is fulfilling that. You're doing great She continues. I just listened to your podcasts. On mine fascinating always and heard that you were coming to Denver. I held my breath as I waited for. You say the date and it was of course already passed. I am so sorry to have missed you. I hope you had a wonderful time in Denver and look forward to hearing about that live show. I'll start checking the website for appearance states so I won't miss another chance. Thank you both so much for keeping me company during so many tedious tasks long drives in the occasional relaxing bath over the years. I'm sure you hear it from others. But listening to you guys for so long as really made me feel like we have a strange sort of friendship and I love learning from you and hearing about all the little connections your other listener friends find out in the world Love Peach. Psa Think Holly Someone Gradual Epiphany in the William McClure episode. Did I hear that right if that was the thing I wanted on a t-shirt so badly Yes I did. That's a word I use to describe myself when I'm grumpy and I think it's funny. It is funny words. I don't know when I started using it sometime in my twenties or something Sure we'll see if they want to put that on a shirt we'll talk to people I wanted to mention this because it brings up something that we've been discussing You have probably noticed if you go to our website. It is not as robust in terms of offering up all of the stuff. You may be used to seeing. It is not so I I mostly just wanted to say we know that is In some ways can be a little bit frustrating. We are working on figuring out a workaround for it. I can't make any promises. We don't know what form that will take. If we get to a solution that the company agrees upon but just know that we hear you And we understand we. I think probably as a matter. Of course we might start. When we have appearances or trips coming up we might start just Doing a quick little announcement of them may be the end of listener mail or something along just to keep everybody posted. We do have one appearance coming up that I can talk about right now. I think you should i. We'll talk and then I will get back to the website thing. 'cause I so Sunday July fifth we are coming back to Quincy Massachusetts to Adams National Historical Park for live. Show two PM. I am not one hundred percent sure yet whether it is on the Adams National Historical Park website. But that's still quite a ways away. In terms of time. People have plenty of time to work on it. I'm sure we will mention it again. So again back in Quincy Massachusetts again Sunday July fifth at two PM that day for after the show we had such a great time last time around that I can't wait. Hopefully our live show will not fall into the atoms triangle in terms of recording. It like even if something goes wrong with the recording again. We'll do a studio version of that episode back to the website. I totally understand how frustrating it has been for folks who are using that to get our show notes or to have a searchable archive of every episode ever which is like a thing that I said in every episode of the show for years so yeah we totally understand that. The website changed has been frustrating. it was something that was outside of our control and I think it's also something that some people have interpreted as kind of nefarious but really it was just a product of our podcast. It was initially part of a company called how stuff works over the years. How stuff works before we started doing. Podcasts was sold to discovery channel after discovery channels after we were part of Discovery Channel. That's when we started doing podcasts. And then in this time span after that we were sold two more times spun off into our own business and then sold again and our website was like on architecture for another company. That doesn't own us isn't part the show anymore so like it had moved to iheartradio which we have been part of for now more than a year like you're gonNA totally different company had been supporting our website all that time so. I think folks have just some folks have been like. I can't believe they did this to you. Really like it was just a business thing that had to happen. You you cannot. If you're a business just continue indefinitely to support a totally different businesses website. Yeah it's I always tell people because this comes up I think in in Phantoms for many things. I'm very active in Star Wars fandom. It comes up there when something happens. People want to attach meaning or intent to it. That makes it a little more exciting or dramatic but really often. 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"leicester" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

09:37 min | 4 months ago

"leicester" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"A kid and be that he wanted Lester to get the gun that their father had used to end his life from the police and have it shipped to him ernest. Hemingway wanted that weapon. So you might think that something like that would sour. The younger brothers admiration for his older sibling. But this was not the case at all a few years later as the movie adaptation of the Sun also rises was coming out. Lester visited his brother in Piggott Arkansas. Where Pauline family lived a went and saw the movie and reported back about its earnest and then went hunting with him and this whole trip in Leicester's account reads though Ernest was keenly aware that his brother needed somebody to step into the shoes of their late. Father in the two of them talked about their family. Ernest made sure that Lester had enough money. Yeah it's interesting Ernest did not want to go see the movie but he didn't want to hear if it was okay. So that's why he sent his brand and this relationship to be clear was also something that benefited Ernest. He really liked having someone in his life that looked up to him. Lester later wrote quote. Ernest was never very content with life unless he had a spiritual kid brother nearby. He needed someone he could show off to as well as teach he needed uncritical admiration. If the kid brother could show a little worshipful all that was distinct aid in the relationship. I made a good kid brother when I was around but I couldn't be around regularly. We'll talk more about the relationship between the hemingway brothers. Lester grew into adulthood after. We take a quick sponsor break. This episode is brought to you by Joi. My home is one of my favorite places on earth. My husband and I joke that our home is a costume that we live in because it is very artsy in creative. And what's really really great. Is that joy? Bird furniture can completely fit into that. We have a beautiful chair. 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Here's the thing saving money with. Geico is almost better than playing pickup basketball. Because there's always that guy who joins your game. He never passes the rock. He constantly bricks threes. And who completely hack you? And then put his hands up and say no foul foul with GEICO. It's easy to switch and save on car insurance. No need to fake. An ANKLE SPRAIN. Because you're absolutely exhausted. So switch and save with GYCO. It's almost better than sports. As the years went on Lester and Ernest remained close. Although other friends filled that kid brother role for the writer. When Lester was busy with school the younger brother joined his brother on the sea in Key West when the novelist took delivery of his famous fishing boat power in nineteen thirty four and during their trips out on the water they continued their long talks. This was something that they would do for years and years. It was a board power that they discussed the fact that Lester also wanted to be a professional writer just like his older brother and the shared knowledge that anything. The younger Hemingway wrote would be compared to earnest's work. Everything you do earn his told his brother. They'll say you're writing on my reputation. You know that don't you? Ultimately Ernest was supportive of Leicester's desire to write and told him he could give him some advice but he did not want to help him in any way beyond that over the years he offered up some tips. Like if you can't make up stories you shouldn't try to write a real. One remembered is always sort of flat compared to a made up one perfectly happy to dole out advice but he didn't want anybody to be able to say that Lester hadn't earned his place as a writer. He also advised that Lester should do what he had done which was start out in newspapers. He felt like that was a really good way to develop your own voice and also to basically like get in the habit of having to write all the time whether you felt like it or not and that was precisely what the younger hemingway brother did in nineteen thirty five. Lester started working for the Chicago. Daily News Writing Regional News and fielding questions from his coworkers about his famous brother in nineteen. Fifty-three almost twenty years. After the two brothers had started talking about becoming a writer he published his first novel. The sound of the trumpet and that was based on his experiences in Europe. During the Second World War it was compared in the press to To earnest's work and often was deemed derivative and heavily influenced by Ernest Hemingway. Lester wrote several other books that also existed but went unpublished. We didn't mention that. He went to Europe during the Second World War. And there's a reason which is that. Leicester's life is not documented in any way as well as his brothers. It kind of comes up in these these. Oh yes of course they went to Europe was in my book but he's so busy always capturing his brother's life that he never really seemed to record a lot about his own Lester for example Mary twice. I couldn't tell you the dates because I could not find them despite looking around Very energetically about his first wife was Patricia. Shed the couple had two sons together. Pieter and Jacob who went by Jake although that marriage did not last he next married. Doris may running a marriage which produced two daughters and in Hillary and he was married to Doris for the rest of his life so documenting Ernest Hemingway's life was something that Lester said. Was his brother's idea. Ernest wanted quote. Somebody who really knew me to write a book about me and Lester took up that challenge writing about his brother's quote absolute integrity both emotional and aesthetic but the famous hemingway did not want a biography to be published about him while he was still alive. So Lester who worked on the project for some time just held onto that manuscript on July second nineteen sixty-one Ernest. Hemingway was found dead in the foyer of the home in Idaho that he shared with his fourth wife Mary. The obituary which Raymond The New York Times Printed Mary statement quote Mr. Hemingway accidentally killed himself while cleaning a gun. This morning at seven. Thirty a M. No time has been set for the funeral services which will be private but the obituary also noted that Ernest had been treated at the Mayo Clinic in recent months and quoted a friend of the authors from the police force is saying that friends had relayed that in the time leading up to his death. Hemingway quote looked thinner and acted depressed. The coroner also gave a quote in this obituary story. That stated quote I can only say at this stage that the wound was self inflicted. The wound was in the head. I couldn't say it was accidental. And I couldn't say it was suicide. There wasn't anybody there. Leicester's book was published eight months after Ernest Steph titled simply my brother Ernest. Hemingway and it was dedicated to his wife. Doris the opening of the book offers so much insight into the reverence for Ernest that his brother had it reads quote the conversations recorded in this. Biography are as accurate as I can make them. I did not have a tape recorder and I do not possess total recall but my own notes ship's log and memory enabled me to reproduce many conversations in writing dialogue. Ernest polished edited and was the Supreme Master of this art in presenting earnest's conversations. I have been mindful of the obligations of brother. A friend and biographer. Ernest did not favour the publication of his letter so they have not been reproduced here. He regarded all biographies as unlucky during the subject's lifetime yet at the end of the last letter I had from him. He wished me luck with this book. Lester acknowledged the version of his brother's death that Ernest wife. Mary had shared with the press that it may have been an accident rather than an intentional effort to end his own life. But Lester also attributes full intention to his brother's actions. He wrote really candidly about his brother's depression. His sadness at having lost several friends and during that time at the Mayo Clinic he was undergoing electroshock treatments he also notes in the text that Ernest was unlike any author before him mourned globally as though he had been a statesman rather than a writer. Leicester's biography of his brother was well received in. It is still read today by Hemingway. Enthusiasts and it is definitely an adoring picture of the man and it is filled with a lot of stories about them hunting and fishing together A lot of details regarding all of that not the best read for people who might be squeamish about the details of such activities. Okay so we're going to go ahead. And Stop for a sponsor break. Because after his brother's icon life had ended. Lester made a really bold decisions of his own. We will get to that right after a sponsor.

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"leicester" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:35 min | 4 months ago

"leicester" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Welcome to the PODCAST. I'm holly FRY and I'm Tracy Bule said Tracy everybody's heard the name Ernest Hemingway. Most people have heard of him. Yeah they may not have read his work or maybe they did And his life is pretty well known and well documented because he was so famous even his own time but his brother is another story. But Lester and that is spelled the same way that the city in England is felt but it is pronounced lester similarly much younger than his famous. Sibling has quite a story of his own. And it is as you'll see a life very much lived in relation to his brother in some ways his identity growing up was. I'm Hemingway's little brother. We're going to talk about the biography that he wrote about Ernest in really anything about himself is through the lens of how his brother influenced him or how it related to his brother. It really was not until after. Ernest Hemingway's death. That Lester made his boldest moves in life And we're GONNA talk about all that as a heads up as you may or may not know if you know any details about Hemingway's life and the Hemingway family. They're going to be several instances of suicide that we talked about in. Today's show not ingred detail but they do come up as elements that happened along the way so unless there was born on April first nineteen fifteen his brother Ernest. Who would become just wildly? Famous was already sixteen years old. The family was living in the oak park suburb of Chicago at the time. The oldest of the Hemingway Siblings was their sister. Marceline who was born a year before Ernest in eighteen ninety eight they also had two sisters Ursula born in nineteen. Oh two and Matalin. Who was called Sunny born in one thousand nine four another daughter? Carol came along in Nineteen. Eleven so Lester. Was the baby of the family also unplanned. His father was clearance edmonds. Hemingway and his mother was grace. Ernestine hall the Hemingway's were supporters of the arts and of missionary efforts and Clarence founded a local chapter of the Agassi's society which was focused on collecting and studying natural objects. They are also very interested in science in the natural world. Clarence was a doctor and he worked for several insurance companies as their medical examiner while also leading the Obstetrics Department at Oak Park Hospital. There's a a moment in the biography letter wrote that he was also working for a dairy as like their physical exam guy for their employees and Greece had been on the cusp of what could have potentially been pretty successful career as a singer when she decided to give that up and instead Mary clearance and start a family. And that is something that according to Lester nagged at her for rest of her life and she wondered what could have been according to Leicester's biography of his brother which we'll talk about later in the episode. Ernest was very much a father figure to his much younger sibling. Ernest did everything from changing diapers. The teaching him how to shoot and fish and fight he also gave his little brother one of a lot of nicknames that he would use throughout their relationship. That was the Baron. Grace was also assisted by a number of nurses and servants. She was not particularly interested. In the more domestic aspects family life. They were able to afford help sometimes. Hiring students on summer breaks to assist them. Yeah Greece was not so interested in cooking and housework. And I mean if you can afford to do that and you don't like to do it go you In his very young years. Lester saw his older brother start his career as a writer taking his first job as a police reporter at the Kansas City Star through a family connection and then Ernest moved quickly onto joining the American Red Cross Field Service to join the war effort during World War One Ernest had actually wanted to go straight into the war from school but their father forbade it It is very clear through all of this and really the entire biography that he wrote that Lester idolized his big brother. Ernest was injured by a mortar. Shell while distributing cigarettes and chocolate to the men on the front lines in Italy during the war. He managed to carry an injured soldier on his back to the aid station before he passed out. And that was that was made even more impressive because he was hit by two bullets from machine gun along the way his legs had also taken most of the blast from the mortar. For years. This incident grew in its telling in public circles and it was something that Ernest seemed to even encourage in correcting any of them. But Lester in writing about it. Set the record straight that. His brother had not taken hundreds of bullets to the groin or had any kind of mental or emotional breakdown as a result of this incident Ernest leader referenced and kind of fueled this rumor that his genitalia had been irreversibly injured in the writing of his character. Jake in his novel the Sun also rises so he definitely kind of enjoyed the oversized versions of the story. That went around. Ernest was seriously injured and he required several months to recover but he did return home. He was hailed as a war hero and Lester would. Later write of it quote. It was pretty glorious stuff being kid brother to the guy who had personally helped make the world safe for democracy when Ernest and his first wife Hadley. Richardson traveled to Europe. Lester wrote him what he described as fan mail. That struck me as so interesting That he calls it that but clearly very adoring of his brother in the fall of Nineteen ninety-six Leicester's grandfather. On the Hemingway side passed away and it was the first of many events that culminated in a depression for their father Clarence soon after. Ernest wrote till the family that he and his wife are separated amicably and they were getting a divorce. This was something. Clarence was very upset by. He told Lester who is just a little over eleven years old. At the time you know of course that your brother has brought great shame on the family by divorcing Hadley. Don't you earnest's rapid second marriage to Pauline pfeiffer? Who became pregnant soon after the wedding was another blue. Even though the Hemingway's loved Pauline. And we're happy to welcome a new grandchild ernest sort of insulted. His who as we said earlier was an obstetrician by asking kind of pointed questions about the quality of the hospital where he was working as he. Pauline tried to decide where they were going to have the baby yet. It's interesting. There is a letter in this biography. That Lester publishes. He doesn't publish any of his brothers letters. Which will talk about in a moment but the letter that clearance wrote back to him is very polite and he kind of is like. Oh yeah the hospitals here by not do for you? Maybe you'd be better off having the baby elsewhere in. It sounds very polite and not upset but Lester is very clear that his father was really injured and heartbroken that the quality of the care that he was part of was questioned in this way additionally there is some ongoing strife between Ernest and clearance even though his eldest son was making a name for himself as a writer and was lauded as one of the great literary voices of the Time. By this point clearance and grease just didn't understand earnest's work and they often did not like it when they read it that coupled with their ongoing dismay about ernest life choices head really put a strain on the father son relationship then is nine hundred. Twenty eight played out clearance. Had A run a bad luck. He'd invested in property in Florida. Planning it as a retirement destination but then the bottom dropped out of the real estate market in Florida. The property was significantly devalued. The Hemingway's owed a lot more on it than it was worth and clearance was not going to be able to set up a retirement practice there several months later clearance was diagnosed with diabetes. This was something he had suspected for a while but he had put off getting tested. It's one of those The Cobbler's children have no shoes situation. He is one of those doctors that did not want to go to the doctor These events all accumulated at Leicester described in his writing clearance having a quote serious loss of morale and it was something he also called an emotional illness. On the morning of December Sixth Nineteen Twenty eight clearance burned a few of his personal items and papers and then he retired to an upstairs bedroom and he shot himself in the midst of the households grief in turmoil. Ernest had traveled in to manage the funeral arrangements and some other business. He told Lester who at this point was thirteen that eight. He should not cry. That the Hemingway's did not cry. Just kind of a horrible emotional burden to give.

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"leicester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:40 min | 7 months ago

"leicester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"That team yesterday was complacent they allow to say neither to run the game. They way they want. It's it's running instead of stabbing themselves at home and being a team that needed to win the game gal by wonder what you make of Manchester City's issues in some of what Alejandro is mentioning that. Some some of this may fall on Pep Guardiola. Oh no question because look a pep. Guardiola is as militant at Manchester City. As as a manager is is in the world and when you know it's much equality issue with governors Zeus versus. where I think you simply a lot of that is he simply makes different runs? I throw in the injuries to do guys. We haven't talked about Zintchenko who certainly gave them a lot. Lot more continuity attacking wise down the left flank. which really they don't have when he's out whether it's Angelina or or Mandy and also Leroy sonnet who i? I think what would have had a big role this season. In giving you Santi Bernardo Silva wouldn't have played that much on the wing which means he could've come and given to Brian and David Silva a bit of a breather in the middle Think that also impacted things but obviously the big one is the defenders and it's so obvious and Craig pointed it out you lose two guys like company in the port and you don't bring anybody in over the summer and you know you can go Intel yourself. Well I can defend on the counter in the open field. The man is thirty. Four years old He can't do that regularly to the standard that you need to go and win a title. I I think in that department. It's pretty simple. We know all that doesn't like to stay places very long. Do you get the sense that maybe and Manchester City. We're starting to see the beginning of the end. Not at all. I mean. He's a job there for life and I think I think he's going to look back and reflect on some of the things that that it could've gone could've gone differently. I don't buy this idea that it was necessarily financial constraints in the summer. That stopped them from from getting a central defender. Because they had the money for McGuire. You could have gotten a cheaper option. Abbadi somebody that you know didn't force you to wheel out an audio every other week I think actually he's going to look at this and he's GonNa learn from it and and he's going to evolve and adopt because that's what he's done throughout his career. You know you go back and do you watch his Barcelona team or as Byron team. They were very different from each other in different from the city team that got one hundred ninety eight points over over two seasons so or one hundred ninety seven points whatever it was but I my understanding is. He's as motivated as ever. This is this is nothing to do with Cordola's motivation just as two choices. That didn't work out and injuries. She is this season over here. It depends what segment of the show. You listen to mm-hmm Well Creek me from Rome. But does a children called the Champions League this still ongoing and we'll be resuming. After the Christmas deputies on believe it or not that title weather mindset refunds. Say they want our Baldomero but Manchester. City's ONA's donnas on the manager of the borough and they're very much a low their form at the moment and they have the problems that doesn't take away from the fought they're still wanted. It seems seems to be in the Champions League so which is by the way I tournament have one so as a hugely important period. No between no the next two or three months is to get to get the continuity on lately you're going to call got the deficit and the primarily but hey as a hell of a lot still to play for for Pep Guardiola and he's please what about the other side of this. All are gonNA Sauce Jar. He's beaten now well. He's a hero. Well listen Monday night that were Marino in the same week mining rights. It's and you criticized him. Well nonstop. Well let me tell you if you if you've never heard this phrase shortlist said what that means but I'm reform is temporary class is permanent right ten days ago it. A Win percentage of twenty seven percent. Say No all of a sudden is the next common of Trapatonni. How does that work is had a good week? I'm not taking away. Deplete your brilliantly. The good week and he's hot stick. It doesn't make the long term view united any different. When you bring a legendary coaches Tony? That's way.

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"leicester" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"leicester" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Herrings LeicesteR square theatre podcast laid is a genuine wealth continue the square Fanta. Please welcome. My man who is still drunk from last week show. How did I? Thank you very much. Thank you becoming and happy Christmas, everyone because. Pretty much Christmas. So. I think if I thought my son's right if not happy new year. Happy two weeks to Christmas, we covered as we come into whatever win ever goes that way, it we're now covered suppo- welcome to squeeze the puck this central bit. At the show. I was talking perk in Warwick can Lambert signal the other day the pretenders to the throne of Henry the seventh. Hard to tell you and they call it Us to. too. Gonna catch you on. We'll say say. I've had quite a week. My dogs had diarrhea pet and had diarrhea two mornings this week. Woken up actually the day the night after celebrity quiz without thing. Scores got drunk command to wake up to clear up five miles of Dr which is. Offer kitchen floor this little ruts in it. You know, ten years ago when I was thinking on my kids wanted to go with a nappies now, just my whole days just cleaning up of the creatures. She sometimes not not even human beings. Have it cleaned up some dog diarrhea? It's nice. Isn't it? I'm a little bit. Just to say it looks like kind of chocolate topping doesn't taste like it. So. What's your name say you've got to Brian blessed t Sean Stewart's you've changed so much. My is guy. All right. You find it Brian blessed? We hope and Brian would be Italy. That was the best one some say that James O'Brien's is in by where that was that was last week, but he's waiting around drinking freebies in say, it was it was a very good. Were you at the Brian blessed? Pucks will your hand. The Jason he said, I was I wasn't. He realized is lie. Yeah. I was then I wasn't. It felt like I didn't feel like I was there to say. What was what did you do for a living you work in IT suites? If it had to guess, my I would've gone to is this you make you you just meant tonight. What's your name, James, you're wearing a volt? Three built that is talking about is diamond city terms. This is a computer game. Okay. Do you work in IT, James? The coolest bloke in IT room. Yeah. Yeah. Those you call it a wedding ring you married. Wow. You might have to each other. Now, we why did you point just point today when I say, you're married he pointed to him. Okay. That's fine. You marry God working on married. To human. Now robot actually how long have you been married for? Thirteen years. We work in IT when you got married. No. Okay. We got to the bottom of that mystery. Anyway, you both. Very well. I have to turn back a little bit for this next guest because I wrote my notes. About three or four weeks ago when she was meant to be on the first time, let's see if she's turned up today. My next guest is well known from not yet, Brooke appearance on celeb- game separately games night that we all talk about say Gwen from dinosaurs. Which some of the dads? Moms will have seen. It's..

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"leicester" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"leicester" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Herrings LeicesteR square theatre podcast laid is a genuine wealth continue the square Fanta. Please welcome. My man who is still drunk from last week show. How did I? Thank you very much. Thank you becoming and happy Christmas, everyone because. Pretty much Christmas. So. I think if I thought my son's right if not happy new year. Happy two weeks to Christmas, we covered as we come into whatever win ever goes that way, it we're now covered suppo- welcome to squeeze the puck this central bit. At the show. I was talking perk in Warwick can Lambert signal the other day the pretenders to the throne of Henry the seventh. Hard to tell you and they call it Us to. too. Gonna catch you on. We'll say say. I've had quite a week. My dogs had diarrhea pet and had diarrhea two mornings this week. Woken up actually the day the night after celebrity quiz without thing. Scores got drunk command to wake up to clear up five miles of Dr which is. Offer kitchen floor this little ruts in it. You know, ten years ago when I was thinking on my kids wanted to go with a nappies now, just my whole days just cleaning up of the creatures. She sometimes not not even human beings. Have it cleaned up some dog diarrhea? It's nice. Isn't it? I'm a little bit. Just to say it looks like kind of chocolate topping doesn't taste like it. So. What's your name say you've got to Brian blessed t Sean Stewart's you've changed so much. My is guy. All right. You find it Brian blessed? We hope and Brian would be Italy. That was the best one some say that James O'Brien's is in by where that was that was last week, but he's waiting around drinking freebies in say, it was it was a very good. Were you at the Brian blessed? Pucks will your hand. The Jason he said, I was I wasn't. He realized is lie. Yeah. I was then I wasn't. It felt like I didn't feel like I was there to say. What was what did you do for a living you work in IT suites? If it had to guess, my I would've gone to is this you make you you just meant tonight. What's your name, James, you're wearing a volt? Three built that is talking about is diamond city terms. This is a computer game. Okay. Do you work in IT, James? The coolest bloke in IT room. Yeah. Yeah. Those you call it a wedding ring you married. Wow. You might have to each other. Now, we why did you point just point today when I say, you're married he pointed to him. Okay. That's fine. You marry God working on married. To human. Now robot actually how long have you been married for? Thirteen years. We work in IT when you got married. No. Okay. We got to the bottom of that mystery. Anyway, you both. Very well. I have to turn back a little bit for this next guest because I wrote my notes. About three or four weeks ago when she was meant to be on the first time, let's see if she's turned up today. My next guest is well known from not yet, Brooke appearance on celeb- game separately games night that we all talk about say Gwen from dinosaurs. Which some of the dads? Moms will have seen. It's..

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"leicester" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"leicester" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"How's it been in the last two years since then again is it felt none? I think happened is. No, of course, all sorts of shit has happened in LeicesteR square where I talked about Brexit and it. Amount unplugged my microphone. The people in who got so fused. There's one hundred people in kicked off volume one of the unplugged my microphone at another man show it USA or account, which if you get a call someone come is gonna win followed. I Eddie of Of the woods. the woods. There's no point in embarking to send the worst where where to the baseline opening with formality, right? Yeah. I've had a low of really fractious run ins on stages people, obviously with tour is by the time. They come and see you on tour. They've generally got an idea of the vibe is I've had two people walk out because of kind of Brexit related stuff. But even they did it in. It wasn't kind of storm out. It was more kind of like disagree, but don't want to upset him because he seems insane. Believe in this thing. Absolutely, right. You run that risk. If you upset group of people define themselves by leaving to run the risk of walk outs. That no longer on my Email list, but they still have the rights to come in. Anyway. Yeah. Well, let's say terrifying. Terrifying time, it isn't deeply alive. How do you feel you have children, and I saw your experiences more valuable than mine? How do you feel about the fact that your children of their about to sort of emerge into this quite finding? I mean, that's I'm so worried about in the short term, you feel you can shield little children for most things. Yeah. But I feel more worried the plan really gonna be. Yeah. This is all this throwback. I actually think ultimately in the course of history this step backwards. Yeah. Hopefully, we'll be a little step backwards. Even if it's a big step backwards. I think you will lead to things move forward because of the environmental aspect of all these pricks. That might be too late of worry about that about you know, my children being eighteen and living in a world. I love the the I. Become the worst, subsidized with Brexit. I forget the world's gonna win. Really the couple of weekends ago. I was doing the comedy central festival in Southampton, and we did a live drunk history. And I have no memory of what happened, and And it's it's me. me and it runs dystonia live drunk history gave some Kayla fucking chip. And I just I have no memory of what happened off towards apparently I walked off stage and immediately walked into the ma-ma slight who wants to talk about Brexit. Just went absolutely off on anyone. Who would listen? There's just remember hearing thinking that is very on Brown. What is the first step in? And I think like trumping in charge the world's. Who would have thought in charge of the world's sup- twenty problems could have pretty who have seen coming? But so all that he's doing think is probably enough. You know, he's probably enough to mean we step back from it. Well, that's sort of the terrifying thing about it. If we even get through. I would say is a positive about Trump is about six months before we one there's an African American historian called Steven Thrasher who made a video for the gone where he said Trump is going to win because it's a national natural progress of American history is that they have some massive significant gain in terms of civil rights and then a massive setback. So he said after the civil war. There was Jim crow civil rights movement in the sixties resulted in police brutality in the seventies. Eighties ninety and continuing to this day. And he said African American president means of this to have to be a racist president, and then everything will ROY itself in twenty two. I mean, listen from twenty four point at which America becomes predominantly people of color and given the demographic in this room. It is a very dangerous day and for me to essentially say don't worry sometimes people will be dead. Rose match. Fucking loving. Yeah. We'll move away from this for a second. Let's talk about the homoerotic tension between you and. Joel. Interesting. I was like which one is he?.

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"leicester" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"leicester" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Thanks to Andy may for joining us under under difficult circumstances. It was interesting when I said about his vitaes rootlessness as as an owner, I should probably put that in a bit of Connor. Next. His first appointment was on your and Erickson who had a huge repetition from lots he'll and also from English national team, but Sven spoke in the aftermath of this tragedy. Saying he the way he hired me. But also the way he fired me was was really like. As not tasteful. But as a properly conducted as as that could be which is kind of speaks to to the man, I'm sure it was it was jarring for LeicesteR fines to lose your neary. But I have no doubt that this man who who's passed away has definitely did the same thing with him. He seemed to have a lot of class about him in terms of the way he ran things on he was described as extremely generous and warm by by people like Maradona Neil by lots of other people's people associated with Leicester City. There really wasn't too much said about him in you know, that that you could construe as negative, and let's be honest to the job of an owner of a football club usually attract some amount of negativity, and he seemed to have handled his job extremely well. Yeah. So our condolences, of course, from both you and I to Leicester City to the club to their supporters on on. Oh, really really sad day for the league and for that club, specifically more caught offside coming up after this..

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"leicester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"leicester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Thanks to Andy may for joining us under under difficult circumstances. It was interesting when I said about his vitaes rootlessness as as an owner, I should probably put that in a bit of Connor. Next. His first appointment was on your and Erickson who had a huge repetition from lots he'll and also from English national team, but Sven spoke in the aftermath of this tragedy. Saying he the way he hired me. But also the way he fired me was was really like. As not tasteful. But as a properly conducted as as that could be which is kind of speaks to to the man, I'm sure it was it was jarring for LeicesteR fines to lose your neary. But I have no doubt that this man who who's passed away has definitely did the same thing with him. He seemed to have a lot of class about him in terms of the way he ran things on he was described as extremely generous and warm by by people like Maradona Neil by lots of other people's people associated with Leicester City. There really wasn't too much said about him in you know, that that you could construe as negative, and let's be honest to the job of an owner of a football club usually attract some amount of negativity, and he seemed to have handled his job extremely well. Yeah. So our condolences, of course, from both you and I to Leicester City to the club to their supporters on on. Oh, really really sad day for the league and for that club, specifically more caught offside coming up after this..

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"leicester" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"leicester" Discussed on Caught Offside

"I'm curious just I mean, can you expound a little bit on what his involvement actually was with the day to day running of the club. You know, many of these financial backers that these owners are kind of provide the money, and then there's another guy running the club itself. What was his involvement? He was semi hands on. I wouldn't say he was distant because he was he was there. He was almost always at the king power stadium. But he wasn't there in the office in LeicesteR Monday to Friday working away from seven in the morning till late at night. He he didn't. He didn't have that kind of Shenzhen. Will if you like, but even seem his hands on. Yeah. Hey, hey, who is a big positive the plans for the new training center that is apparently gonna cost about hundred million pounds, which I'm hoping will still go ahead and then oversee the stadium as well. They were plans for expansion. He was a key part of that. And he ate involved in all the major decisions. So yeah, he was he was a hands on owner death. Exactly. On Andy, D, insular nature of British life right now. And in particular in football is not that welcoming of outsiders, particularly those who come in and take over football club's put this man's into be universally loved at LeicesteR. No, I understand two championships. Particularly the primarily is going to do that. But he seemed to move beyond the sphere of football. Can you just put into into words what exactly his impact was on the town of LeicesteR outside of football? It's been huge what Lester of achieved and not just the winning the title the greatest scape before that and getting promoted as well to the Premier League under Nigel Pearson has had a huge impact on the city. Visitors. Come and go in in greater numbers than they would have done before. And they they're genuinely has been because of Leicester City a feel-good factor in the city, and I think to be honest with you less. There's always been a very close knit city and. He's always been very diverse in terms of ethnic minorities and since coach will make. So that's always been the case. And that wasn't really something that the Thai owners really had anything to do with. But the fact that they've also come in as well has just made it even better. So yeah, it's a great place to live Lester as a city and the success of the football club is a huge part of that as long as well as the rookie club as well. So as a really rich sporting feel so the city, so Andy what happens now does the sun assume ownership of the club, he's vice-chairman Iowa. So that would make sense, but I can't see less to rushing. They've got a very competent very good CEO in Susan Whelan. Who's also been very successful with the king power group that hasn't changed. She still the chief executive officer of the club, Iowa is the vice chairman, they have a a management group in place already. So I don't think they're gonna. Rush to make any changes immediately. I just don't think that would be the way they would go back to the king power groups. I think things will remain as they often them. And yeah, I guess the best way really to honor the CHAI from the team's perspective is to try and do is best as they can. Of course, this season on the pitch and not resumes. I think with conduct this weekend. I'm pretty sure that game will go ahead in the way match them. Sure. The the Cardiff Sissy funds that are great bunch will will be very respectful on the day. They're in Cardiff on Saturday. Andy last one like we said, you're a supporter of this club. You're also a journalist how how difficult was the story for you. I mean, you know, I have no connection with Leicester City. And yet when I saw the news come across the wires. It was I mean, it was shocking. He felt a pit in your stomach..

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"leicester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"leicester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I'm curious just I mean, can you expound a little bit on what his involvement actually was with the day to day running of the club. You know, many of these financial backers that these owners are kind of provide the money, and then there's another guy running the club itself. What was his involvement? He was semi hands on. I wouldn't say he was distant because he was he was there. He was almost always at the king power stadium. But he wasn't there in the office in LeicesteR Monday to Friday working away from seven in the morning till late at night. He he didn't. He didn't have that kind of Shenzhen. Will if you like, but even seem his hands on. Yeah. Hey, hey, who is a big positive the plans for the new training center that is apparently gonna cost about hundred million pounds, which I'm hoping will still go ahead and then oversee the stadium as well. They were plans for expansion. He was a key part of that. And he ate involved in all the major decisions. So yeah, he was he was a hands on owner death. Exactly. On Andy, D, insular nature of British life right now. And in particular in football is not that welcoming of outsiders, particularly those who come in and take over football club's put this man's into be universally loved at LeicesteR. No, I understand two championships. Particularly the primarily is going to do that. But he seemed to move beyond the sphere of football. Can you just put into into words what exactly his impact was on the town of LeicesteR outside of football? It's been huge what Lester of achieved and not just the winning the title the greatest scape before that and getting promoted as well to the Premier League under Nigel Pearson has had a huge impact on the city. Visitors. Come and go in in greater numbers than they would have done before. And they they're genuinely has been because of Leicester City a feel-good factor in the city, and I think to be honest with you less. There's always been a very close knit city and. He's always been very diverse in terms of ethnic minorities and since coach will make. So that's always been the case. And that wasn't really something that the Thai owners really had anything to do with. But the fact that they've also come in as well has just made it even better. So yeah, it's a great place to live Lester as a city and the success of the football club is a huge part of that as long as well as the rookie club as well. So as a really rich sporting feel so the city, so Andy what happens now does the sun assume ownership of the club, he's vice-chairman Iowa. So that would make sense, but I can't see less to rushing. They've got a very competent very good CEO in Susan Whelan. Who's also been very successful with the king power group that hasn't changed. She still the chief executive officer of the club, Iowa is the vice chairman, they have a a management group in place already. So I don't think they're gonna. Rush to make any changes immediately. I just don't think that would be the way they would go back to the king power groups. I think things will remain as they often them. And yeah, I guess the best way really to honor the CHAI from the team's perspective is to try and do is best as they can. Of course, this season on the pitch and not resumes. I think with conduct this weekend. I'm pretty sure that game will go ahead in the way match them. Sure. The the Cardiff Sissy funds that are great bunch will will be very respectful on the day. They're in Cardiff on Saturday. Andy last one like we said, you're a supporter of this club. You're also a journalist how how difficult was the story for you. I mean, you know, I have no connection with Leicester City. And yet when I saw the news come across the wires. It was I mean, it was shocking. He felt a pit in your stomach..

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"leicester" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"leicester" Discussed on Caught Offside

"But I think it's I don't know to me it felt like the right decision to go ahead with that. I think that it's in some ways could be almost an a therapeutic moment for both players and fans the kind of come together. And you know, essentially, do what what I would imagine there chairman would've wanted them to do and that is to go out there. And and try to win a reminded me of the death of Matthew Harding who was the vice chairman of Chelsea in nineteen Ninety-six October nineteen Ninety-six in a helicopter accident. How eerie is this? And he was flying back from Chelsea match at Bolton Wanderers. So I I remember being shocked by that as well. No. I was like I like you said, you're no final Esther. I was no fine of Chelsea. But he was again, someone who had helped the club people twenty six point five million into the club. And he was beloved to by fans because he seemed like a genuine supporter an H. I definitely felt that way too for LeicesteR. Yeah. Now, it's one thing for you. And I to talk about this. But it's it's another thing for Leicester City supporter to weigh in and for longtime listeners of this podcast, you'll know right away who I'm referring to Andy may of BT sport who has joined us many many times over. The existence of this show usually in happy times. He of course, was basically he he almost servers are Leicester City correspondent during their their tunnel. Running fifteen sixteen we've always enjoyed having him on under happy moments. But this, of course, is a deeply sad one. Andy, of course, being a part of BT sport. And being a Leicester City fan. We thought would be the right person to speak with in a moment. Like this to get that perspective. And he joins us. Now. Andy what's up, man? How are you guys? Yeah. Get to speak to you of. Yeah. Not the great sister. Second stunts won't so have. Yeah. Good. Good chat with you again. Anyway. Yeah. I guess before we kind of dive into some of the deeper elements of all this just as a as a starting point. I as somebody like yourself who so familiar with the club and the ground in particular, can you just kind of lay out a general geography for us of where exactly this occurred, and whether or not it was in an area that typically would have been occupied with people. At that time. Yes. At the stadium is in the city centre pretty much of of less less does not a huge city. It's no New York City inside or whatever. But it's is a pretty sizable city certainly in terms of the UK, and I would say from the absolute sensor, it's probably a ten minute walk to the stadium. And there are many busy roads that Saran the the stadium where it is. It's quite focal points in that respect sent me sums of traffic and and vehicles on the road. So the stadium is surrounded as well. By cop pocking blocking Sola ran the the edge of the stadium. And where the actual crash occurred was in a staff cop hawk and surveillance with a fully got my head around. The it is an absolute miracle that nothing else happened with other people on the ground because the match ended a Ryan seven twenty or so in the evening on Saturday the to match against West Ham. And it was only just over an hour after the match finished the Halley caught to to call. So there were definitely people around and the actual crusher cut in a staff car parking lot. So that definitely had caused serandon an had more potential for people to be around because stuff of gallstone leave on the whistle at a stadium..

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"leicester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"leicester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"But I think it's I don't know to me it felt like the right decision to go ahead with that. I think that it's in some ways could be almost an a therapeutic moment for both players and fans the kind of come together. And you know, essentially, do what what I would imagine there chairman would've wanted them to do and that is to go out there. And and try to win a reminded me of the death of Matthew Harding who was the vice chairman of Chelsea in nineteen Ninety-six October nineteen Ninety-six in a helicopter accident. How eerie is this? And he was flying back from Chelsea match at Bolton Wanderers. So I I remember being shocked by that as well. No. I was like I like you said, you're no final Esther. I was no fine of Chelsea. But he was again, someone who had helped the club people twenty six point five million into the club. And he was beloved to by fans because he seemed like a genuine supporter an H. I definitely felt that way too for LeicesteR. Yeah. Now, it's one thing for you. And I to talk about this. But it's it's another thing for Leicester City supporter to weigh in and for longtime listeners of this podcast, you'll know right away who I'm referring to Andy may of BT sport who has joined us many many times over. The existence of this show usually in happy times. He of course, was basically he he almost servers are Leicester City correspondent during their their tunnel. Running fifteen sixteen we've always enjoyed having him on under happy moments. But this, of course, is a deeply sad one. Andy, of course, being a part of BT sport. And being a Leicester City fan. We thought would be the right person to speak with in a moment. Like this to get that perspective. And he joins us. Now. Andy what's up, man? How are you guys? Yeah. Get to speak to you of. Yeah. Not the great sister. Second stunts won't so have. Yeah. Good. Good chat with you again. Anyway. Yeah. I guess before we kind of dive into some of the deeper elements of all this just as a as a starting point. I as somebody like yourself who so familiar with the club and the ground in particular, can you just kind of lay out a general geography for us of where exactly this occurred, and whether or not it was in an area that typically would have been occupied with people. At that time. Yes. At the stadium is in the city centre pretty much of of less less does not a huge city. It's no New York City inside or whatever. But it's is a pretty sizable city certainly in terms of the UK, and I would say from the absolute sensor, it's probably a ten minute walk to the stadium. And there are many busy roads that Saran the the stadium where it is. It's quite focal points in that respect sent me sums of traffic and and vehicles on the road. So the stadium is surrounded as well. By cop pocking blocking Sola ran the the edge of the stadium. And where the actual crash occurred was in a staff cop hawk and surveillance with a fully got my head around. The it is an absolute miracle that nothing else happened with other people on the ground because the match ended a Ryan seven twenty or so in the evening on Saturday the to match against West Ham. And it was only just over an hour after the match finished the Halley caught to to call. So there were definitely people around and the actual crusher cut in a staff car parking lot. So that definitely had caused serandon an had more potential for people to be around because stuff of gallstone leave on the whistle at a stadium..

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"leicester" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"leicester" Discussed on Caught Offside

"This product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical. Caught off side. Thank JJ Davani. Yes. Caught offside from the Upper West side of Manhattan. Andrew Dudley, j J Danny what's up in good, man. How are you? I'm doing well doing, well, what a show we have coming up for you here tonight so much to get into. Lots happening in the primarily over the weekend and into Monday with that Tottenham, Manchester City match, of course, a coaching change has gone down at the Burnaby as expected and really really as expected after that five one defeat that Real Madrid suffered at the hands of their rivals Barcelona. Let's see red card man of the match on this podcast. We have another podcast out for you as well where we speak with Julian gristle rising star from Atlanta United f c is they prepare for a postseason run that I think a lot of people believe should end in a title. That's debatable. But there's certainly a sentiment out there that they are one of the favorites. There's no question about that. And on that podcast. We also pay tribute to one of our favorite shows of all time because this Friday is the fifteen year anniversary of the start of arrested development a show that is often referenced on this show. So if you are a fan of that show, or even if you're not just a fan of the Premier League we? Find ways to tie in great arrested development Mon moments to the Premier League. So I think you'll enjoy it. But sadly, JJ we begin this podcast with the story that has dominated be soccer news world over the past few days. And that is the tragic death of Leicester City, chairman beach ice robot on a proba and four other passengers in his helicopter after it crashed just outside of the king power in LeicesteR over the weekend immediately following their match against West Ham. It's it's one of those moments where you, you know, not even as a fan of Leicester City, just, you know, a fan of the sport kind of like, and I don't say this to compare one tragedy to another. But you know, I had no ties were affiliated to Chapa say, but there's just there's just some new stories that when you hear them, you kind of just get that initial, you know, gut reaction that that sick feeling in your stomach, and I would say that this this road. To the level of that simply because of the prominence of this individual after Leicester City went on their famous title run. It just became a story that for so many people with such a heart Mormon one and for all the stories that you've now heard since his death of what a good person he was to so many of these players and to so many of the the supporters of this club in it really is just a a horrible tragedy is terrible. And I think what's really touched me the last few days is that the media in England has spoken to fans and people who live in LeicesteR on the genuine emotion and upset and also the depth of feeling they had for him was something. I didn't I didn't know what it would exist or be there because fans have become kind of hardened to foreign owners in the English game. I know this I know of each I was extremely successful. What would would last beyond the field in the community with with the stories? We. Hard. He really he really was somebody who was beloved in that town and the division of the helicopter taking off has become almost iconic to Leicester City and. It's just so shocking that that is the way that this tragedy unfolded just awful. I know and seeing the pictures from over the past couple of days of his son, you know, with Jamie, Vardi his arm around him and casper Schmeichal next of already with tears in his eyes. You know fans surrounding them flowers everywhere. It's just yeah. It's it's difficult. It really is difficult now Leicester City postponed their care about Cup match mid week. But they have announced that they will go ahead and play their primarily match at the weekend. It's on the road. It's not at the king power. But I guess there was still some question as to whether or not they would be ready for that match..

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"leicester" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"leicester" Discussed on ESPN FC

"This product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical. Caught off side. Thank JJ Davani. Yes. Caught offside from the Upper West side of Manhattan. Andrew Dudley, j J Danny what's up in good, man. How are you? I'm doing well doing, well, what a show we have coming up for you here tonight so much to get into. Lots happening in the primarily over the weekend and into Monday with that Tottenham, Manchester City match, of course, a coaching change has gone down at the Burnaby as expected and really really as expected after that five one defeat that Real Madrid suffered at the hands of their rivals Barcelona. Let's see red card man of the match on this podcast. We have another podcast out for you as well where we speak with Julian gristle rising star from Atlanta United f c is they prepare for a postseason run that I think a lot of people believe should end in a title. That's debatable. But there's certainly a sentiment out there that they are one of the favorites. There's no question about that. And on that podcast. We also pay tribute to one of our favorite shows of all time because this Friday is the fifteen year anniversary of the start of arrested development a show that is often referenced on this show. So if you are a fan of that show, or even if you're not just a fan of the Premier League we? Find ways to tie in great arrested development Mon moments to the Premier League. So I think you'll enjoy it. But sadly, JJ we begin this podcast with the story that has dominated be soccer news world over the past few days. And that is the tragic death of Leicester City, chairman beach ice robot on a proba and four other passengers in his helicopter after it crashed just outside of the king power in LeicesteR over the weekend immediately following their match against West Ham. It's it's one of those moments where you, you know, not even as a fan of Leicester City, just, you know, a fan of the sport kind of like, and I don't say this to compare one tragedy to another. But you know, I had no ties were affiliated to Chapa say, but there's just there's just some new stories that when you hear them, you kind of just get that initial, you know, gut reaction that that sick feeling in your stomach, and I would say that this this road. To the level of that simply because of the prominence of this individual after Leicester City went on their famous title run. It just became a story that for so many people with such a heart Mormon one and for all the stories that you've now heard since his death of what a good person he was to so many of these players and to so many of the the supporters of this club in it really is just a a horrible tragedy is terrible. And I think what's really touched me the last few days is that the media in England has spoken to fans and people who live in LeicesteR on the genuine emotion and upset and also the depth of feeling they had for him was something. I didn't I didn't know what it would exist or be there because fans have become kind of hardened to foreign owners in the English game. I know this I know of each I was extremely successful. What would would last beyond the field in the community with with the stories? We. Hard. He really he really was somebody who was beloved in that town and the division of the helicopter taking off has become almost iconic to Leicester City and. It's just so shocking that that is the way that this tragedy unfolded just awful. I know and seeing the pictures from over the past couple of days of his son, you know, with Jamie, Vardi his arm around him and casper Schmeichal next of already with tears in his eyes. You know fans surrounding them flowers everywhere. It's just yeah. It's it's difficult. It really is difficult now Leicester City postponed their care about Cup match mid week. But they have announced that they will go ahead and play their primarily match at the weekend. It's on the road. It's not at the king power. But I guess there was still some question as to whether or not they would be ready for that match..

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"leicester" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"leicester" Discussed on KOIL

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"leicester" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"leicester" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"Brooke leicester has a lot of momentum and at a b and i think that the temptation would be for diabetes keep them strong until you have the right opponent four um for him to lose to but this would add a wrinkle on things if you'll see tried to push to get him in offered a big payday for him uh at a fight at the end of the year early next year before his contract expired the alternative courses just waiting for his contract to expire and then trying to generate a bidding war which is exactly what brock did last time around in from a tiny standpoint uh what is the story on having to resubmit himself to us ada and go through the testing process and also finishes suspension and kendall's be concurrent in and what is the most realistic early estate he could fight what do you mean by could those be concurrent what we'll do sentence here at a time he has to be in the testing pool and he still has part of his suspension to finish from failing last time but yes also conquer yeah yeah people don't because i i don't think many people infused by this but it did it's easy to get confused that you have to finish finishes suspension before he could enter the testing pool that is the reason you enter the testing pool is that you are you're suspended but the suspension only operates when you're in the in the in the in the pool so when you get out of the pool you're no longer suspended but you also can't fight so he had removed himself from the pool um and he still a suspension left a goes yesterday put himself back into the drug testing and then the clock starts ticking towards the end of the suspension so the soonest he could fight would be early next year not late this year right.

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