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"napoleon ryan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Left a legacy in the Dawkins. Ian View. Right. Still. The worst children's book ever although teaches valuable life lessons about death why you gotta do that by killing Ole yeller. I don't know but I mean if works All right. Rabies I moved. I thought we'd done this one it seems like an obvious one for us Yeah. It's definitely in our wheelhouse for sure I, did not know this either it is a virus on every continent in the world except Antarctica. Out of viruses that hold that that title that aren't on Antarctica sure. Yeah. Inhospitable place. Yeah and if a virus is on every continent chances are it's a very old one two and raised definitely is extremely old people have been writing about rabies for very long time. The must potatoes who know it's old. If you say that word sure they used to have a law where if your dog was rabid, you faced a stiff penalty a fine of sorts we had those laws today in the United States I mean a lot of our law stem from Mesopotamia and the code of Hammurabi. Sure. I if you watch somebody's house burned down and don't do anything that person can kill you still today dislike from the code of Hammurabi. If your neighbor's house is on fire you have to put it out you have to help it out Mesopotamia. So the word rabies in many languages means rage or go crazy. in Latin is from a Sanskrit Term Rob Haas to do violence. and. Then French l'orage lower is. It's the sexiest form of rabies comes from the French. Noun rubare meaning to go mad. So if you're not picking up on it. it's not a friendly virus. It's not one that you get a dog well. Say and for a long time I mean there was nothing we could do about rabies. Yeah. people went to Liege Belgium and pray to. Saint. Hubert. Yeah. That's a round name. Isn't it? Not? Yeah. Saint Hubert was the patron saint of Huntsman. And Dot quality footwear known apparently apparently no. That was. Saint Clark. Apparently saint husbands actually. I've not heard of that. It's a spinal tap joke never get my spinal tap jokes. No I need to see it more than once apparently there for the people out there. That's fine. There's like one hundred dudes off sit here and be the straight man I don't know what I'm talking about. Derek Saint. Helen's was the patron saint of his ancestors patron saint of quality. Fiber. Great Joke that is a good joke man I'm sorry I stepped all over at enter So in leads you would go and pray to Saint Hubert from protection probably not the most effective way to treat rabies. Now, I don't blame people for making a pilgrimage to Liege, from what I understand about rabies based on researching this it's terrible. It's horrific and fatal and it until the late nineteenth century eighteen, eighty five when the late great Louis peice cheer man this dude, he what didn't that guy do to save the world we should he's up in our line a now we have kind of ongoing line of like great scientists. So we will include him on the list and we need to start acknowledging the ladies to so madame. Curie. Sure. We've got around you miss. That's right. That's right. and Anyway. So Louis Pasture came up with a vaccine for rabies and he was a he was one of the early germ theory guys he was very. President, person. His his inoculation trials were based on the idea that if you introduced some like a low level of rabies to a a living being that living being would produce antibodies and you could introduce increasingly larger amounts over time and eventually the person's antibodies robust enough so that if they ever faced rabies in the wild, they would be able to fight it off and he was absolutely right and you know what a crazy thing to think though you know it is when no one knows anything about germ theory to thank like why Don't we put the disease in the person. Sure. Maybe that'll help cure it. Yeah and I think I think that was around for a while. But yeah, I think it was like some arcane knowledge that not everyone knew about pasture really capitalized the amazing but he actually had been working on something using rabbits as test cases and was basically he proved it can work in humans but by a boy who had been attacked by a dog, I, think in contracted rabies. Yeah. and Louis Pasteur's said he goes nothing and. Talking with the shot and the parents went here goes nothing right? He goes no nothing and they said, well, you said, this was gonNA work. I said no such thing. That's good. Louis Pasteur. It's technically that The. Text eight Renault that Chuck Jones version of Napoleon Ryan Bugs Bunny's to hang out with Yeah. That's how I learned to a Frenchaccent. Check the great. Chuck Jones sure. So rabies, let's talk a little bit about what what it does in your body It's really pretty vicious it. It is a viral disease like we said at the top and it attacks the central nervous system, the brain and the central nervous system. Yeah. it is part of the Rab, Dough Vera Day Nice Yeah Yeah family under the genus you take the genus, the Leisa virus and that was too easy. It was easy It is shaped like a bullet and when it comes in the body, it basically goes as fast as it can like to the spinal cord. Through, something called Africa nerves within a they impulses toward the central nervous system as opposed to effort with an e they carry impulses away, but it uses both. So this virus travels along the neural pathways through the central nervous system, and it goes immediately to the central nervous or the spinal cord, and then up to the brain. Yeah, and in the brain, that's where it replicates vicious. HIV replicates inside t helper cells. Yeah. Well, rabies virus that replicates inside your neurons in your brain cells, which is not a good place for a virus start doing it's replicating right? That's right and right after it starts replicating in the brain, it makes a second stop a very important stop to your salivary glands and the reason it does that is because that is the number one mechanism of transmission for rabies. Yeah. That's when you see the foaming at the mouth, it's not just a symptom of rabies, but that's the main way that you're going to get. It is by being bitten. By something with. All kinds of. Rabid. Saliva right. And apparently, because the stuff is Wrecking your brain by hijacking your brain cells and destroying them. There's two different versions of rabies, right? Yeah Encephalitis. which is also known as the furious form of rabies. That's the one you think of when you think of a crazy rabid dog hallucinating and running around in circles. Chasing its tail and biting at the air old yeller basically. Although they toned it down a bit. They did because they didn't want to scare the kids before they. The. and. Then there's a paralytic or dumb form, and that one is more like lapsing into coma basically right and. I know surely there's no way to predict which way the the things the virus is going to go in a human right because I don't destroying brain cells I would think it would just be totally accidental probably there it went toward the encephalitis or the paralytic form. That's a good question. You know it would just depend on where it lodges I, right? Yeah. But both of the forms are in the acute stage and here's what's so scary once it's in the acute stage wants it hit your central nervous system you're done. Palmist exclusively done and we'll talk about that. That's that is the for a very for millennia the The the idea behind rabies is. It's a fatal disease one, hundred percent fatal. Except now, they've started to find a few cases here. That's not the case in its they're starting to wonder, okay. Is this something we could treat rafter people are traditionally goners. Well, that's a great tease. So let's take a break.
"napoleon ryan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Chuck. We're talking about the gold standard in house. That's what the wizard of Oz is about and Prior to that with the gold standard it was. I mean inflation happened. The price of gold fluctuated so therefore the price of anything pegged to like the dollar would fluctuate too with when we abandoned the gold standard officially in Nineteen seventy-one but prior to that I think in the thirties is when it really started We really took a huge leap of faith. Yeah because there's nothing backing it anymore like. There's a huge. It's a myth that you can take your dollar bill and turn it into gold. They will will some guys in white coats. Come in lock you up in a padded room for a little while they said you can come in by this gold ring with your cash pretty much you buy gold bullion Ryan with it. But it's not a trade. Yeah exactly and we're GONNA charge you some fees for that too So once we abandoned the gold standard we. It was a big leap of faith because as Milton Friedman put it quote. The pieces of green paper have value because everybody thinks they have value and as long as we all think together and believe together together they will stay valuable but there are certain times or certain occasions and events when we all believe that things become a little less valuable. That currency is a little less valuable than at other times so this perception of value can have an impact on the value of currency and the grabs gives a pretty good example. It's win. We deflate or devalue currency relative to other currencies which will do sometimes because we want got to attract that currencies native investors over here in the US. So like if right now you can buy five francs to the dollar euros five five-year-old's to the dollar And we say well we want to encourage more investment in Europe. So we're GONNA let the dollar devalue And we're GONNA make it so it's equal to three years and then we'll stabilize well. That'll encourage more people in Europe to invest in the United States because the the euro now has more buying power relative to the dollar but everyone in the in the United States because w T.F. Yeah we got all these dollars and now that's worth less because you just told us that you're going to make it worth less relative to the euro. Nothing really happened to the dollar right. Everybody agreed literally overnight. The dollar is less valuable now. Yeah because it was devalued. That's one way that that currency can fluctuate these days. Yeah I wish I had a better understanding understanding of When people say what the dollar is worth sometimes it just makes my head spin? I have one for you. You're GonNa love this man Dan. Let's hear it the Big Mac Index. Oh God it's it's exactly what you just said if you want an understanding of it. There is a guy in nineteen nineteen eighty six who wrote in the economist. Basically the BIG MAC index. And it says it. We've covered this one of them. We may have done it in their stuff super stuffed guide to the economy then that was eight years ago though it was. Yeah but we'll go over it again. The BIG MAC index is the price of even and of a big Mac relative to the price of a big Mac in another country. Right so it's basically saying you can in it's tongue in cheek but it actually does kind of work you can do. You can show the buying power. The purchasing power of one currency relative to another based Stein. How much a big Mac costs in each country? La Big Mac and when she went you see in and look at it like they go to the economists and type in the Big Mac Index. It'll bring this up and it's it's an interactive scale which makes it awesome? Yeah and you understand relative purchasing power. Why should spend some time on that site? Thank you and we'll make me hungry so then the other way that things can devalue is with supply and that is just basically supply and demand Dan when there's a lot more money available it by nature becomes less valuable. Yeah demand is high prices. Go Up demand. supplies high prices go down right so that inflation and deflation that goes up. It goes down okay. I guess we should answer this. Are you watching the simpsons every episode marathon. Artha I've tuned in some here and there but what I've really enjoyed is the influx of Articles about like the best seasons best episodes. Yeah it's it's really like a trip down memory lane I do not have FX in so therefore I'm bereft but you've seen them all anyway. It'd be so nice to see him again like this. You know I mean I mean. They're running a nonstop like you wake up at three. I know I don't think I wake up at three. Am and realize that. I'm missing Simpson's right then. Well you caught bed goes up. It goes down. And that's because I love the simpsons exactly so We talked about inflation and deflation but If you WANNA know more about that you should check out How much money is there in? The world are super stuffed guide to the economy stagflation. Those are awesome. Good episodes redone on that kind of thing. Yeah and we mentioned earlier. You know I talked about. I can see how you might be incentivized to just print loads of money if you want more of it And we've covered other shows why that's a bad idea but never it has been more evident than in post World War One Germany They had I mean this is amazing stuff. I think Zimbabwe beat them eventually didn't they. I couldn't remember it's Zimbabwe. You're hungry well. No I think it was in Bob. Way Okay I don't know maybe it was hungry. Member Hungary hit a revolution in the forties that it was just staggering numbers of hyperinflation. But this is a pretty good example of hyperinflation well after World War. One Germany Owed War reparations. About thirty three billion dollars didn't like nine hundred nineteen dollars and they didn't have that kind of money so they said well let's just print a bunch of it And see what happened It's not gonNA backed by any kind of commodity And it resulted in hyper inflation to the extent where in nineteen twenty three. It was called The hyperinflation inflation of the Weimar Republic From June nineteen twenty one to January nineteen twenty four. And it's because they funded the war through borrowing only. They didn't like raise taxes to pay for the war. They literally borrowed money to pay for World War One and it resulted in Eventually forty two billion billion with a B. German marks was equal to one penny of US money and it didn't think that could be right but it's right Y- And it was so bad that they There there's something called a mental condition called zero stroke that caused which is a when you're compelled to write endless rows of Zeros. Oh yeah because when you see some of these numbers it just this year like is that even a number. Yeah when you're trying to do these calculations in it those influx of zero stroke in Germany at the time and So I was wondering like how Germany Germany ever recover. They basically started over again instead. This isn't money anymore we're GONNA start over And we're going to have a new bank issue. Something called Deutschemarks no the Retro re Rinta Mark And this is our new money not all that money is no good to start over from scratch but this is actually backed those a bank The DEUTSCHEN Rinta Bank mortgaged land and industrial goods to the tune of about three point. Two billion dollars like hard assets that were backing this money and it worked and it turned around almost overnight to the point where A. US dollar was worth four. Point to rent to mark's four point two million yeah and I guess everyone got on board right. That'll money is no good wallpaper. Your walls with it and now we have money. You know a lot of historians credit that really difficult period that Germany was put through Or put itself through depending on who you ask after World War. One reason why fascism was allowed to take hold their. I believe in the lead up to over two. 'cause I mean when I say it stabilized it. It stabilized The money overnight but it still wasn't like they were still in bad shape You know it took a while to dig dig out of that. Did you see the thing I sent you on cowry shells. Oh yeah so a little bit carry shells are CC. Snail shells little tiny whites shells that look porcelain. Yeah and literally for about two thousand years. they were used as currency throughout the world and they came almost exclusively from the Maldives And they would like if you were an Arab herb trader. You'll get onto the Maldives. You by about a million cowry shells for one gold dinar. Yeah then you go back to India or go to India. Yeah and you would sell ten thousand of them for Gold Dinar so you could just make a ton of money overnight. And then the further and further away they got after the Maldives and the closer and closer to China they got. which is this country that use these things like crazy is worth less worth more and more More yeah in the Maldives is just like you just scoop up baskets full of them right and they were not nearly as valuable. But as you got away from the Maldives they grew more and more valuable and they were used as currency literally until the mid nineteenth century started in we have the earliest reference in about three fifty BC and in the eighteen in fifty s is when the The currency finally collapsed just because there were so many of them on the market. That's crazy that people would you know they would pay using five hundred thousand was in cowry shells and you'd have to count out five hundred thousand cowry shells and didn't use them because they were like pretty and they were hardy and didn't break real easy. Either Tehran yeah plentiful small so you can make change with them. Wow Yeah and people like them so therefore they became currency but they lasted as currency for like two thousand years. I again all you have to do is agree that something although that's a weird thing because that's something you can just go out and find if you're in the right part of the world if you're in the right exactly. That's that's why they were less valuable in the Maldives more valuable. I can China right so You WanNa Talk Etymology. Yeah you said what was the first one he said. The buck comes from from Buckskin and the saw buck. I don't know where Saalbach is a tenor right. I believe so The word fee comes from the German word for cattle fee via E. H.. Interesting right yeah. Speaking of shells you know. I believe Pacific Northwest Tribes tribe. Used Wadham Wadham. Yeah which were white shells And the phrase shell out comes from that like when you pay somebody shells shells. You're showing out. I wonder if that's clams comes from. Probably what's your word for money beans bones rocks Komo liens. Liens tried to look up Somalian. Because everyone knows it's a cartoon right currency but I couldn't find anything it kept defaulting in saying. Do you mean in Somali money no means Somalian. I think it's I even put cartoons and I couldn't find much of anything except like I couldn't find an origin like who made that up right. Let's say Napoleon's Ryan's maybe Chuck Jones. It's possible get. Ask Our friend Jessica. She might know. Yeah you saw Charles. Schulz's granddaughter emailed US No I didn't see that. Yeah so now. Chuck Jones's granddaughter Charles Shulz granddaughter or both stuff you should know fans which is Pretty Awesome yes waiting for return emails. I gotTa give me some inside story here please about GRANDPA right exactly I'm to you want to know the analogy of Somalian. Do you have it. Yeah man added my google skills not paying out. I am proud of you chuck. Yeah for not saying yeah So Somalian is spelled S.. I M. O.. L. E. O. N.. It's an English word that's where I got sidetracked. They think that it is a late nineteenth century blend of Simone which is apparently a French word for dollar K.. And Napoleon.
"napoleon ryan" Discussed on Podcast 42
"I it opened up the beer cooler who rain all right okay. What did you bring us. I'm here to cover up today so we got from goose island. It's their s. p. F. green it is sunscreen. It's a passion fruit. Ale will right off the bat the labels zero while they changed their marketing. It's very bland now. All i'm losing my hat. It is super bland. Why would you want this. This looks like a like a generic. Mary kay product like a lucky beer cookies market now and almost looks like a can of pepco business now not picked up his move. It's mine lotion. It's pink. It's my signature 'tricolore yeah. It's my signature color but it's not a good pink. It's a like a doll pink. Columbine lotion pink no columbine columbine lucien like a bright. I can't <unk> abysmal arguing over the shade of pink right. Well we can continue arguing over the shade of pink and the taste of beer at the very end of the show. What is what is it from subic millions at something in bashful. I haven't seen steel magnolias. The color is blush and bashful. I think that was the last movie olympia dukakis ever made <hes> touche. Was that a good or bad adamou new link ooh jail <hes>. It's a good one for now. I sip good all right so this is how how we play our pop culture big brother game wanna read out the instructions. It's probably going to be as clear as mud but one inch. We start playing it. You'll be like okay so for the head of household will have a it'll either be. It's gonna be like the show if you're unfamiliar with the show so it's basically like survivor but in a house and if you're unfamiliar with survivor <hes> let's see what the amazing using race. It's like the amazing race but on an island and they starve to death and you don't race oh so it's like deadliest catch. It's like the deadliest catch but not in a boat. You're not catching anything and you're probably not going to die so it's not like america's next top model. It's actually exactly like america's orca. Stop model because there's a lot of people in big brother but and they're snarky but there's not a guy standing over you who is kinda biting his lip and going my husband faceoff. Yes it's kind of like faceoff except there's no makeup and while they do get naked on both shows but <hes> it's more blurred out on big brother anyway. It's a reality competition set in a house else. They have competitions. They usually have it's either divide up into strength or intellect competitions. We're going to do that to pick a head of house that have houses in charge charge of nominating to people to kick out of the house they have a power of veto after that and that's a chance for somebody to save themselves from being kicked out and then and it goes down all the way to one last person whoever the final person standing on the show wins five hundred thousand dollars on the pie you in a tic tac is it an orange tic tac ooh gluten-free banana tic tac and it's been under my bed for two and and half years when the minions came out so let us introduce our teams who wants to go. I i vote laura all right my name. Everyone has five people on their team seems pretty awesome and we're gonna win. I have napoleon ryan. He's pretty cool. <hes> might know what did not going to lie this without originally conquer a short there you tell what your team persons famous for even though should be obvious but you never know there might be a space alien or baby listening to the show is unfamiliar. Okay well for all my peeps at area fifty. One napoleon is a french conquer who ran his way in here. Yes he did. He narrowed him and his way throughout the warriors. He was known for sticking his hand in his shirt.
"napoleon ryan" Discussed on The Dirty Bits
"PODCASTS shoutouts as well as coming attractions ooh exciting. So today we're talking about Napoleon Bonaparte apart who's hugely obscure. Nobody has ever heard of funny enough. I know very little about Polian. Never interested me so all I know is that he wasn't actually really that short and that he was dictator for a while in France. That's about it. Those are both true things. He wasn't that Short. He was average height. Yeah he was like five seven at the time that was like your average guy. Now that's a little bit shorter. I think five ten is average version so Napoleon Bonaparte Bonaparte. You was actually an Italian guy. Who got his start in the French military and worked his way up through the ranks during the French revolution until they ceased power as emperor of the entire country music? He was then after that he took over a good chunk of the rest of Europe until it collapsed in eighteen. Fifteen a lot of people already know he was pretty big important controversial a military guy. A lot of people already know he had a reputation for being into some weird sexual. She has no no. You didn't okay. Well you may also not know is he may have been the original Fedora wearing self-proclaimed nice guy with a massive chip on his shoulder. Those guys kind of the VIBE. I was getting getting reading a shit. What kind of a deal? I don't know a lot of disdain towards women. We'll find out more now like we were talking about. He's actually an Italian talion guy. He was born on a little island in the Mediterranean called Corsica and he was a big time nationalist who wanted an independent Corsica from France. Funny enough off. He was so into Corsica before he decided to take over the European continent he actually penned. A history of the island is a romance novel before he decided that writer. Life was not for him now. His family was minor nobility which meant their financial situation wasn't too shabby and therefore Napoleon had more opportunities than many people that were born on the island. So they were. The kings of Corsica is doing. They were doing pretty well. Fish while upon video total big fish small pond kind of a thing. Napoleon was supposedly a sweetheart until he turned two years. There's old which is when his mom brought the hammer down. He was really hyper so she exercise some firm discipline while lavishing affection and attention on his brother. Why would they do this so great? He wasn't Napoleon. Apparently okay. That's all it took. This may have been the start of his famous Napoleon complex because he responded by becoming more more aggressive and more approval seeking he even once said the future. Destiny of the child is always the work of the mother. Math at that ain't the truth on what is so. He's nine years old and he goes to school. In France eventually goes to military school on a scholarship after that now being from the island Corsica he only spoke. Doc Corsican and Italian and didn't start learning French until he was ten and despite becoming fluent language he had a really heavy accent and he couldn't spell. Oh Shit so the other kids would just bully him relentlessly and this only contributed to his dushi tendencies. So moral of the story. Don't bully the arrogant weird kid kid because next thing you know he'll start conquering her up. In the we have an emperor again he was also a great student. One Guy who did his examination said Napoleon and I quote has always always been distinguished for his application mathematics. He's fairly well acquainted with history and geography. The boy would make an excellent sailor so he goes to military Harry School and to his credit he finishes two years worth of work in one year because his finances were dramatically decreased. When his dad passed away Napoleon was in the military? A great time for ambitious kind of people. French Revolution was happening in full force opportunities for advancement those damn birds scooters. They're fucking everywhere. ooh Bit to ride one of those speakers. Conquer Europe things are kind of in the gutter. Napoleon becomes a war hero and general eventually cleans up these big ass wins against Russia Austria and the Holy Roman Empire until he becomes emperor France in his control over just about everything else also on the continent to huges profited from the chaos. Right he is. He's an opportunist really what I found really interesting about his rise to power is he didn't study his predecessors assessors he straight up just said just give me lucky generals because that means they're seeing an opportunity and they're going for it about two one on my team lucky generals which is agree point to bring up if you ever have the experience required for a job but not a degree ask for the dirty bits Polian got to set the scene and I got a paint a picture here of the sky because you know the whole point of the show we gotta Fedora Wary of her and his attitudes towards women and sex from what they gathered. Go Way back to his inferior already complexes from childhood he also may have had one foot in the closet. There's nothing definitively proven but Napoleon did say say that. Whenever he saw a good looking dude he would feel something? This is a quote I in the loins and then in another place I will leave on named talking about is is but that was what I was asked zooming. He had also been known for chastising. A classmate for being gained school while at the same time. Being on really good terms is with the gay deputy who ruled France while he was gone. So you combine now with how awkward misogynistic he seemed you might start to think. Maybe he was trying to keep his sexuality under under APPs or is this more English propaganda Austrian propaganda. This is more like directly from the source like quotes observations of those next next to him. That's why it's like security. Maybe statistics alone suggests the vast majority of people are on a sliding scale as far as gender preference goes so I'm assuming he was probably by whatever his sexuality was he was misogynistic and awkward. Never Either Germain Day style once asked. It's no Polian who he considered the best kind of woman. You responded she who has the most children because women were machines for making babies. WHOA quite the quote? Donald Trump tweet. Yeah and also pissed them off in regards to how involved women were during the French Revolution in his mind. Women didn't belong in the streets protesting getting getting shit done. They belonged in as he said the seclusion of the home while he was not a shy man he also believed that men always the final say when it came to marital rates. So I'm assuming he wasn't friends with Olympic Day Gouzer Mary Shelley probably not and as far as him. Being Awkward Goes Nineteenth Century French rider stall once wrote when a lady was announced he would request her without looking up from his work table to go and wait for him in bed later with a candle stick in his hand he would show her out of the bedroom and then promptly go back to his table to continue reading correcting and signing those unless decrees the essential part of the rendezvous had not lasted three minutes to dismiss these gallant visitors after a mere three minutes of his time to go on signing decrees and often without so much as in buckling his sword struck these ladies as an outrageous procedure mechanical right. It seems. He's very mechanical. Like he was just kind of like getting get out. You know it was route like to clean out his nose. Totally blow the ultimate bureaucrat. I feel like that is that the ultimate bureaucrat is the ultimate bureaucrat. Just like getting bogged down under the paperwork. I feel like he would have had them. Sign a release in an NDA before you sleep. What's Napoleon you gotta go down to the HR and get four five dash see one? He likes to know they did a bunch of paperwork. I did you fill out form. Cute ash one. Five nine eight Jess triplicate. Oh how did you save the pink copy for your records scares me filing system. So Napoleon lost his virginity when he was eat teen at the famed Palais royal a former royal palace. That sounds like it was turned into the Moulin Rouge Allen Nicole Kidman Crazy parties debauchery Galore and he was so fucking awkward. He went up to one of the prostitutes and was like damn. It's cold out tonight. I am so cold. Are you cold. No now that's good. So where'd you get your address. How'd you come to find yourself in Paris? How did you lose your virginity? See I was GonNa say normal questions will awkward up until that last one. That's Oughta beaten you prostitute right. You know it's like going. It's the same thing as like going up to your cashier and starting to chat them up. It's like I'm here for business. Let's go along so she's like doing this or not. Basically like she gets tired of beating around the Bush so they have sex and the next morning he writes about it in his journal. Like you mentioned. It was very mechanical. And he basically said had the sex not great gonNA keep trying like it was the science experimental way weird and supposedly. He didn't have a whole lot of luck in that arena until he met the woman who would become his wife Josephine Day Baron and they began their famous passionate and by all standards extremely unhealthy relationship shortly thereafter. The excited to hear about this. It's this is good stuff when these to get married Napoleon's twenty-six and she's a thirty two year old widow with a couple of kids that it seems like an odd pair. What was he like Emperor of fresh? Yeah he's like he's up there in the ranks this point. He's he's big big potatoes now. Josephine's husband had been executed excuted during the French Revolution. And she was savvy enough to get out of prison the hopeless some friends and in front of Napoleon because she was great at utilizing her connections. That's how how she made her way throughout life was just who she knew and making friends and getting her. She was very calculated very meticulous with everything. Good pair go calculating she was. I don't know that she was so mechanical but they they are kind of pot is we'll see over so biographer Andrea Steward. wrote in the rose of Martinique sneak a life of Napoleon's Josephine that she changed her appearance incessantly. Giving her lover's the illusion of infinite variety. She also understood the importance of the settings of her romantic encounters. She paid meticulous attention to the design of her bedrooms evident. The Rue sheltering and in later palaces multiplied supplied the images of their love and created the illusion of an orgy sexy so the couple finally meet and she introduces herself. Like hi I'm marie-josephe Rose Tauscher Deloitte. Rg but I just go by rose. It's such a pleasure to finally meet. You have heard so much about you and Polian goes. Your name is rose. Does I hate it. I'm calling you Josephine. From that moment on she went by Josephine. She's like okay. Feed it is just just a few days after their wedding. Quick skips parts of their. So they get married you get married and just a few days. After her wedding Napoleon Ryan leaves on a campaign. Now are awkward little scam. Napoleon had finally had his sexual awakening the much more experienced unlikely. Excellent Lover Lover Josephine. She probably was. She had a past as being a mistress. Yeah she knew she was doing bed. She's really good at it. Symposiums finally enjoying being sex. Good for him. I'm happy.
"napoleon ryan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
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