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"mary greeley" Discussed on 1865

1865

07:52 min | 11 months ago

"mary greeley" Discussed on 1865

"For president grant grease nomination was a cause for concern. Grant feared that a democratic victory in eighteen seventy two would in essence turn back the clock to before the civil war and damaged the progress. The country had made the thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth amendments. Grant wrote it would have been better never to have made a sacrifice of blood and treasure to save the union than to have the democratic party. Come in power now and sacrifice by the ballot. With a bayonet seem to have accomplished grant believed the surest path to victory was to follow in the tradition of george washington and stay out of the political frame in july of eighteen. Seventy two he wrote to his supporters senator roscoe conquering my judgment is that it will be better than i should not attend any convention or political meeting during the campaign. It has been done as far as i remember by. Two presidential candidates grant was referring to stephen douglas in eighteen sixty and his opponent in the previous election of eighteen. Sixty eight horatio seymour. Grant wrote both of them were public speakers and both were beaten. I am no speaker. And i don't want to be beaten. Unlike grant though greeley was a gifted order and wordsmith as harriet beecher. Stowe's said of him because he looks no man living as readier with a strong sharp answer in a departure from the political norms of the day really attempted to wheeled his considerable talents on the campaign trail from the back of a train car a mode of campaigning that would be repeated for decades to come. Greeley gave hundreds of speeches in front of thousands of spectators in one eleven day period alone. Greeley gave over two hundred species at these events. Greeley advocated for southern self rule and conciliation. He took shots at grant's reconstruction policies and attack. Grant's character calling him a drunk. You know as president granted largely remained sober dreams. Invective oh did not sway the minds of many as one gram supporter commented. If it be true that a beastly drunkard without a sense of decency can successfully conduct. Great campaigns can win great battles and can raise himself from insignificance to be lieutenant. General and president. What is the use of all this fuss about sobriety. In the end greeley speeches did more harm than good. He was a gifted wordsmith but he was prone to fits of passion as rhetorical style was off putting to many especially when it came to his racist notions in september eighteen. Seventy two future. President rutherford b hayes remarked drily foolish speeches must surely weaken him and destroy chances. He had among those put off. By greeley's public remarks was a determined resourceful political activist named susan b. anthony and advocate for women's rights and temperance. Horace greeley was a strong opponent of susan b. anthonys life's work female suffrage after the democrats nominated greeley susan b. anthony had remarked. The mountain has brought forth. It's she was not enthusiastic supporter of president grant in large part because of his history with alcohol but as she told a reporter i do not admire grant and do not to see a fast man at the head of the nation but principles to me are more than individual character so in november of eighteen. Seventy two as election day drew near susan b. Anthony was determined to vote her principles and vote against horace greeley whether it was legal for her or not. It's november. I seventy two susan b. anthony walks into a barber shop in rochester new york woman on emission. Three of her sisters follow her through the door. This barbershop doubles the local polling center. A distracted young man in his twenties works the polling table. At the back of the barbershop. Anthony calls out to him from across the room. Excuse me is this a place where a citizen registers vote confused. The young man calls back. Yes ma'am it is. What can i do for you without a word. Anthony makes a beeline for the registration table. What is your name sir. Mr jones. Beverly jones mr jones. I should like to register to vote young man's mouth fall slightly agape he's unsure what to say exactly. Anthony tries again. I said i should like to register to vote. Yes ma'am of course but as you know. Only men have the right to vote in new york. Mr warner the election supervisor overhears conversation. He saunters over quietly and observes from a safe distance. Tell me mr jones. Are you familiar with the fifteenth amendment. I am. I am a citizen of this country sir. Yes ma'am of course. But as a citizen of this country under the fifteenth amendment. I believe. I'm entitled the right to vote. Jones fewing helpless turns to a supervisor. Mr warner what should i do sir. This woman is asking to register. Supervisor warner can't help but admire anthony's moxie so with a smile he replies. Well young man. How are you going to get around that. i suppose you'll have to register. Vote not only me sir. My sister's well anthony sisters offer politely. Victoria smiles well. Yes ma'am right away ma'am several days later on november fifth susan b. anthony appeared at the polls and cast her vote for ulysses s grant but for that crime she was arrested tried and convicted of illegal voting actor. The judge issued a fine of one hundred dollars. Anthony told him may it. Please your honor. I shall never pay a dollar of your unjust penalty and indeed. She never did the men who registered her were also convicted and spent five days in jail. Anthony appeal to president grant. Pardon the men and grant was more than happy to oblige susan b. Anthony had bagged the republican national convention to endorse women suffrage in their platform. Though she had been unsuccessful thanks to her powers of persuasion. She did get something. The platform urged the men of the republican party to give respectful consideration to the rights of women in return. Anthony had campaigned for president. Grant held a rally. In new york knocked-over were throng of women gathered in support of their president. You would be another fifty years before women would earn the right to vote with the ratification of the nineteenth amendment. In addition to the backing of the suffragettes grant also enjoy strong support from black americans. Frederick douglass actively campaign for grant as many black leaders and white abolitionists across the country. Wendell phillips charge black americans vote every one of you for grant if greely elected arm concentrate conceal your property but organized for defense. You will need it soon. Throughout the campaign grant remain confident. He would win. When one of grant's supporters expressed concern that greenlee might edge him out. Grant laid a map on the table and mark the states. He believed he would win. Grant mar thirty one of thirty seven states as the concern supporter would later explain. When the election came the result was the grant carried every state that he said he would all thirty one of them grant received nearly fifty six percent of the popular. Vote beating really by eight hundred thousand votes. No candidate had performed so well. Since andrew jackson in eighteen thirty two and with greeley's measly sixty six electoral votes no candidate would perform as poorly for another sixty years. Greeley was devastated by the election. His life was already in shambles. He had been forced out as editor of the paper. He founded the new york tribune and on top of that his wife mary greeley had passed away during the campaign shortly after the election. Greeley was committed to a mental hospital where he would die some three weeks later because his death occurred before. The presidential electors convened greeley sixty. Six electoral votes were divided between four democrats out of respect. Three electors cast their votes for greeley. Congress did.

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"mary greeley" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"mary greeley" Discussed on Car Talk

"Took. Hello and welcome to talk from National Public Radio with us the contract the tapper brothers and we're broadcasting this week from the must-have Accessories Department here at Car Talk Plaza well, you know one of the hottest items being sold these days in the auto accessory in the arena, the auto accessory field. Can you take a stab at it? People who own SUV's a buying this product. People Ns. You can't keep it on the shelves buying this product. She I. I'm going to say uncle. brought. It's not fuzzy dice. It's not fuzzy dice, and it's not rhino protection. It's not funny though it's close. It's close to that now. Okay, what? It's spray on mud! Right it has a company here which is called? The product is spray on mud. I'll read you a little bit of the AD. Spray on mud wall. One Word is a specially formulated spray on product for anyone who wants to give friends neighbors colleagues I. Just anyone at all the impression that they have been off. Road are at the very least out in the country for the weekend. Yes, if you've got to four by four or off-road spray on mud Wilson, the message to anyone who disapproves or is just plain envious that you use your off roader off the road as well as on it, spray on mud is not to be used to skew number plate, and Blah Blah Blah know that of course although I hadn't thought of. Kufa Bank robbers like yeah. Wow isn't that I mean? We lost our opportunity. That's a brilliant idea what we need. No further evidence that we are living in a society in rapid decline. Cheese, we are yeah well. If you want some answers that are in rapid decline, give US A. But your car, but we could have been millionaires. Yes prey on Mutt. Anyway if you'd like to talk to us, our number is eight car talk. That's one, eight, eight, two, two, seven, eight, two, five, five eloy on car. Talk Today my name's John from Portland Oregon Hi John from Portland. Oregon. What's up well I go to ninety-three Volkswagen folks and yeah, when I first had of his out in Asbury Park Josie. Around just like a little sewing machine. Then I drove from as very pack all the way out to Portland Oregon. Started? It'd be like about every three four hundred miles. All of a sudden it lose power. It has dot chugging. And almost cocoa. And we'd get out. Show the the people what was wrong and they'd say. Oh, you got fuel in the engine and I'd fix that up and so every four hundred miles. I'm looking at like hundred two hundred dollars. They put into new fuel pumps along the way then finally I got to rapid city in south. Dakota and the man says well. This is a full time this car. you've got to get a special type for it because it builds up static electricity. Really and it's called the Hana's. He said Hana's for the F. Insa. Anyway they put it in then two hundred miles later. It's does doing the. Llama, what are sound. This is the embarrassing thing of it now what the only thing I can do! Is I have to get up open up the Bonnet and. Touch it all over the engine. The laying on of hands. Yeah, and the thing is I'm a Catholic priest. I'm always dressed up in my clerical. My hands. This works it works. You can make a fortune padre again. Be Out there on the freeways every day. Oh Man. Wasting your time, saving souls snap, one is wasting its time selling tool. No need the tools we have you. I'm having sometimes more like with Mike Cabin doing some of the parisioners. I mean does it still does it still happen? Still happens, but does it happen every three or four hundred miles? It'll happen sporadically sporadically well. Let me tell you a little story. our nephew. Matthew who's also been known as pork chop boy. Onto the fact that he had to couldn't get any dates and had to tie pork chop around his neck even to get the dog to play with. Had A late model Volkswagen. which also has an air flow sensor like your car? If I forget what year it was, and he had exactly the same problem. We tried a million different things which involved replacing the airflow sensor. Because as you may know, it's very expensive. But I suspect that that's the problem and I'm not sure that even replacing it would fix it. Because of this design flaw, it may not get fixed because the same flaw will be the new one, but I think that's what's wrong with. His would finally fixed his car was he sold? It was going to buy bread truck. Twice. One of his friends are raised I. Don't know how that happened. The first time didn't kill it. The second shot did it in the. Back up again. But I think that. If you're going to fix this thing, you're gonNA. have to buy yourself a new airflow sensor. And the harness I think was an attempt. At solving the problem, but if if there was a static build up, yet may have. The delicate circuitry in the air flow sensor and been too late for the harness to do any good i. see you know what I'm saying. The harness was designed to to prevent further damage or prevent any damage, but once the damage had been done right then. The harness wouldn't do, but now that you have the harness right? A new air flow sensor may solve the problem, so you're not going to address the laying on of hands mistreat. I. Mean I mean there's got to be you know? Not a technical explanation for when Padre opens the horde and lays on the hands. That everything is okay. Well I'm sure there is I mean within minutes father. It takes like thirty seconds thirty seconds. I have to turn the CARRUTH and lay hands on it. Single time. Yeah I think. Father. Thirty seconds as the crucial component. Here you do this in the middle of the freeway. It's bloody scary when there's no little side patch to put the KYW. Yeah, see even get a Parisian to ride with you and let them try the. Laying on the hand told me go to teach him the art of laying hands and Make sure that you don't get out of the car on those busy freeways. It's safer to get out on the passenger side anyway. So you tell the passenger you get out and open the hood and I'll let you know if it works. Who is it starts you just? Select father. One eight eight eight car talk. That's eight eight eight. Two seven eight, we used to do incantations which was. Here I mean it's thought it'd be able to do his own. He added. It's different actually. Yeah given done one in a while. We haven't no. No I know I I'll wait. Until someone is broken down by the side of the road, and then I'll use it your wife's. One. You can't waste incantation. No Eight, eight, eight, two, two, seven, eight, two five five lawyer on Car Talk Hi. This is Mary from Greeley. Colorado I'm Mary. Greeley Greeley Greeley Loris. Yes, executive named after Horowitz. Him that's that's what he what he said. Go West,.

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"mary greeley" Discussed on Beyond 8 Figures

Beyond 8 Figures

11:33 min | 3 years ago

"mary greeley" Discussed on Beyond 8 Figures

"Side. Look look at. So it's all eletronic. We I've never I've never had any problems. We, but we do what we do ordered it. And we do do what suit and things, but it's still very much online. It's connected. It's electric and pretty hard to fiddle with it. I've never had a problem. Okay. And I watch you know, I'm not watching the bills anymore, but off could thankful like this manages running miniature running it. Nice miniature in a responsible from agents. I I have to watch the costs on him watch the cost. What's the cost the state with an imagines? Yeah. No till he makes sense. And I would assume that the the shore three sixty business the one where you go to the Philippines, and you get good labor, and you're able to charge more competitive rates for that. I assume that's just sort of an arbitrage business so to speak, you charge twice as much as you pay your people, and that's your margin roughly? Yeah. Very very roughly. That's how it works. But this office costs in some of the hits in business. What people think the interference since the internet in the Philippines frightfully expensive. It's very good intimate at frightfully expensive and 'electricity and stuff like that a little with different than you used to be. But. Gruffly? It's fifty percent live of fifty percent with a margin. Only other saw. Yeah. All right. We'll look let let's do this. Let's let's bring it back to reality here for a second. And just of kind of bring out the the human side of you here because it seems like he got all this together. What what still keeps you up at night. Man. What what do you still what do you still worry about? What what what do you feel like you don't have altogether? And what worries you I guess about twenty nine thousand nine. I think we have appending down to incoming again. I to be a negative person. I don't like being negative at all. But I do. I think this. I think there's a correction coming. I don't like the the US. I get situation. GMC is you would call it. And Trump thinks there's a correction coming in. It's something will trigger a correction. I think even today this'll dike this. But the the actual they apple numbers came down to dire. An example of things not what you think about the things are changing does also will wad realignment going on as well. And things are changing around that as well. How what do you see from a more of a macro perspective than what does that look you? The Chinese is applied or in the economically. The Chinese is apply. A very rapidly. Going out and becoming a a major fools to be rigging. Listen in the economic sense in that row lawn boat into your watch that. The Chinese are building a railroad a rail line to Europe. Yeah. Yeah. That's not commonalities. I didn't know about that. And that's that's what concerns you about that. Well, they calling it the soak ride, by the way, and you wanna follow it up Europe in China will become connected. So obviously it goes. Change to power it on quite a bit. Now that to me that's not a bad thing, by the way. That's just an opportunity. That's clearly an opportunity for trivia news. Absolutely. Clearly, as you think you got gotta think globally. I think look at me. I was I was strolling MRs strident and suicide downton Orioles, you know, what too many eggs in one basket at Boston's not necessarily moving that baskets, Australia and moving so I've of man going across three countries and going across different markets, Philippines, Australia there, and if you look at the show three sixty MAC, and until wish things get another countries to bid of things get for sure she'll three sixty and that's because the cost for you to deliver is significantly less than it is for others because you're sitting in Philippines with the average wage Ovalles university qualified boosts and don't forget us in American education system. It was an American colony forty plus forty years is one hundred dollars a week one hundred dollars a week. Yup. Insane. So that that's the best of opportunity as a message up Janati in the ring misspeaking because they didn't it is American education system in English inside. That's that's that. So so if you're sitting there with that live now on I always coming along, and we'll to disrupt us coming along. But that always going to have that costed vantage of that costs advantages. There is going to be pretty sustainable if things get pretty ugly in the other countries, and again too so unclear when you say the opportunity exists there year saying the opportunity exists in in what specifically the fact that this very large pool of extremely low priced, but but we'll educated lie. And so a company and we living in a world is becoming even more connected. So Skype and what we're doing. Now. We will connected. It's it's so easy to do this naps. I it technologies allowing the world is trending this, y and countries like the Philippines is sitting me with the extremely low labor rights in connected. And so a company like yours short three sixty you can connect people here or anywhere for that matter with that labor and allow them to build or execute on an idea for a fraction of what they would normally have to to invest, and of course, that that makes them more competitive and probably faster to be able to take advantage of whatever that opportunity is that they're seeing. Yeah. You just take something as simple as simple as building coming type head counted that builds buildings, you know, one of that got I've got a hold of architects have got to have drafting people of got engineers Ola vice can now be in the Philippines. Interesting. And they on I've got offices full of them, right? That the covering just about every industry the real real estate industry with a huge thing with the realty industry. Engineering drafting anything to do with marketing and electronics courses in anything to do with sorry with marketing in directly with the internet, etc. It's just low hanging fruit. Just about anything. It's it's quite amazing. What they can do. And what sort of suffer course, naturally? Yeah. I appreciate your insight on all this, really helpful. And just for you. Personally. What what do you personally still struggle with them at this moment? Papal does any look all of a sudden sunny had one problem in business people people and people at least three of them unless they will line up. The challenge nowadays probably two to generate good management. And my experiences that you died Hawgood manages you create good manages. Yeah. Point, we'll take. And so if people want more information about you, Mike, and the various things that you've got going on you have your main website. But I'll let you share where we're folks you go to get more info. Yes. Certainly can put my I'm into Lincoln. And for me is he, but certainly Hagan dot com dot I is a whipsawed at the o h I g I n dot com. You've got in there. And just put a message in a message books that come directly to me as well. Nice. Well, Mike really do. Appreciate you. Joining us here on beyond eight figures and sharing the successes, and of course, the struggles and just the overall mentality of how you're looking at business, and what you see is the potential opportunities and so on moving forward, so just nothing but best wishes for two thousand nine hundred and beyond get yourself back to the heat. And I I hear you're blowing into your hands keeping your hands warm. The Soltan must be freezing there. So it gets very very Couty. This guys listen to the audience and people in the audience at the bay different stand out in only shy Kay. Nice. Good luck to you. So you also all right. Mike o'hagan, really Duprey. She to join us and again that is Owen dot com. So H A G A, N dot com dot a u so dot COM dot AU and everything he's got going on with many movers and short three sixty insure marketing and Mike's. Business tours. I think that business tours thing is a really unique idea just going and seeing how other guy I could see that expanding actually to other countries. I really I mean like you going to China and somebody like I've heard of tours for people right going to seeing L the great wall and all of these things, but I think that there is something to be said for maybe this exists. Maybe I just don't know about it. But you know, in terms of a business to earn going in and really getting a sense of how other businesses and other countries operate, and I think that that that could be really interesting on a on a grander scale any any main takeaways, Mary Greeley, I know you've been quietly taking notes over there and taking it all in. But you think I think the numbers are just so huge for a moving company. Right. Thirty million basically, well, Twenty-three and and change and how he keeps it going and not being crushed by the competition. And it's a commodity oriented business. Yeah. Dealth, and it'd be real curious to know what of the revenue that he's generating. What of that is from physical products like the boxes in the tape, and those sort of things the paper package in and and the moving out and moving in and your shirts, though. He's got to have it's got to be a big. No, no for sure. But it'd be it'd be interesting to know what the numbers are. And we try to get into as much detail as possible here on beyond eight figures. But that would have been an interesting question just to to know, but Ritchie anything that stands out for you, man. See we covered a lot of ground here today. It's meant there's this is where I wish we had more time a lot of the times because sometimes things seem contradictory. But sometimes there's only contradictory because we didn't have enough time to ask the question. So like one of them is like bear down get your niche, and those are all niches, but. Like at what point do you? Stop making niches like, yeah. Put all your eggs in one basket. I know that was his concern. Yeah. But then you got Warren buffet who says put all your eggs in one basket and watch the hell out of that basket. And that guy doesn't right? So I mean, you look at it is, but but but his his basket is putting pieces of a bunch of different businesses in one basket. Right. So that might you know, just it fascinates me. You got one company it's making twenty three million in your put most your time in the five hundred thousand dollars. Yeah. Well, all right. My friends. We we definitely look forward to bring you more. Awesome. Entrepreneurs here on beyond eight figures in two thousand nineteen and beyond. And if you were looking for business advice and guidance and accountability you wanna stay here on today's best practices, tools strategies, shortcuts, etc. Definitely check out our mastermind called blaster mind, and that's blaster mind dot club. And for just forty seven dollars a month. You can have access to me on a monthly basis as well. As so many other blast remind dot club. For Mary Goulet in Riccione, Stevo Scher, and we'll talk to you next time here on the figure take been listening to beyond eight figures. Share your thoughts on today's episode in what you'll apply to your business by emailing us feedback if beyond the figures dot com, and if you haven't already done, so we greatly. Appreciate it. If you took a moment now to rate review and subscribe to the show until next time, keep scaling.

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"mary greeley" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mary greeley" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"So he he'd borrow demo Frayn's in in the pro shop just to his his his father was a janitor. The local tennis club is parents were were immigrants to the United States. From Sierra Leone. His dad was the he and his twin brother who could Franklin. They his dad was. Yeah. A janitor. The local club in nice to be able to play. Their results says she says FRANZ would Bora demo friends from the pro shop or pull discarded rackets out of garbage bins accommodating, his strokes and groups to the way each played. If his hand skills ever catch up to his first step and enthusiasm. He could get real good. He's still a better athlete than he is a tennis player, which I think is probably a pithy. What we were saying what we were saying that Mary Greeley said it better. She said it's a pity. He wasn't to better an early age. Retro fitting stroke production is difficult tearing down and starting over is not easy either. He's a good kid with a big engine. And he plays his third round match tomorrow on cool number three, which is off air recall. The Australian Open say that is one of the many places to be as we leave. You. It is two three forty thirty Gubbay mcgary. It is one forty one eight AM. Do you know Matt Roberts where you're much pointers is certainly and I'm sure a despairing David law in in up censure doesn't either we've been the tennis podcast booty in association with the telegraph. We will get Briggs on some stage. Hopefully, very soon we tried to get one today. But he genuinely is working so hard that he's unable to you. But we will get him on. We'll get vis he's written. Plenty of interesting stuff in the telegraph. Check that out we've been tennis podcast put Unisys Asia at the telegraph. Our executive producer is tennis balls dot com, and our mascot is Rio with a Y is a wonderful dog. We'll see today..

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Fda, Japan and Us discussed on Joel Riley

Joel Riley

01:15 min | 4 years ago

Fda, Japan and Us discussed on Joel Riley

"With with good reliability information like from consumer reports and basically you drive the wheels off of it most buyers will have to finance though so go with the shortest term loan you can daria albinger abc news the fda is speeding up the review process for a single dose flu pill it's made by san franciscobased genentech the drug company says it works by stopping flu viruses from reproducing but does so earlier in the process than drugs like tamiflu it's already approved in japan and could potentially be approved in the us by the end of the year healthcare experts are warning about the dangers behind painkiller prescriptions president of florida's healthcare leadership council mary greeley says these prescriptions are fueling the opioid crisis were calling for research into finding good alternative therapies to treat pain and better manage pain florida has reported a significant increase in fatal opioid overdoses in recent years in two thousand sixteen more than four thousand people died because of opioids which was a forty six percent increase from the year before experts say many people develop the addictions after being prescribed potent painkillers health update kristen marks nbc news radio rod stewart is.

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