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"oglethorpe" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

05:06 min | 7 months ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"All of this would be compounded by the fact that there was absolutely no path towards representation in georgia for the colonists they lived under what essentially amounted to a quasi dictatorship all decisions concerning the colony or left up to the trustees with little to no room for input from the average farmer. It is no wonder he. Popular slogan of the colonists became liberty and property without restrictions. Georgia is a colony that in so many ways seems fit perfectly into that age old saying that. The roads are paved with good intentions. James oglethorpe at his fellow trustees really do seem like they were interested in doing a good thing. there was at least on the part of oglethorpe. Eight real push to help the poor and he viewed georgia as the solution. Oglethorpe was repulsed by the idea of slavery and actively spent his time fighting against it in the colony. His concern was not just related to questions regarding the english. Either but oglethorpe question the actual morality of the practice and expressed genuine concern for the slaves themselves. The problem however is that from a purely pragmatic standpoint. This policy left georgia at a competitive disadvantage. Where oglethorpe and company struggled is that they failed to ever find a method whereby to remedy this in any meaningful way. It was clear that the trustees were not going to institute slavery however there appears to have been little duchess stimulate the economy otherwise the fact that slavery did not exist in the colony was always going to georgia added economic disadvantage. When compared to the other southern plantation colonies there was little effort on the part of the trustees to remedy that disadvantage other means rather than coming up with some kind of a plan to close the gap between the slaveholding colonies in themselves. The trustees chose to do nothing. The trustees further failed to give the colonists any kind of voice in their own government. A setup like this is always going to be right perfectionism which is exactly what formed it. Put the colonists directly at odds with the trustees and created attention that would dominate the early history of the colony. The trustees would eventually and reluctantly given an open the colony up for slavery. The decision was made in august of seventeen fifty in making the concession. The trustees would try to place a check on the practice by instituting a rule that for every four african slaves they owned. They were required to employ one white.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

03:59 min | 7 months ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"These arguments fell upon deaf ears. However as oglethorpe had no intention of allowing slaves into his colony the standoff between oglethorpe and his opponents was not going to be some short-term issue but rather it was something that will come to define the charitable trust period of georgia politics in seventeen forty one. The dissenters would go so far as to publish a true at historical narrative of the colony of georgia. This pamphlet was an absolutely scathing indictment of oglethorpe who is referred to as their perpetual dictator. The entire pamphlet is indeed one lung complaint about the fact that their rights are being trampled by oglethorpe. They draw comparisons to the that under oglethorpe they had seen an oligarchy form in summary. Everything that was wrong with the colony was because of oglethorpe and his gross mismanagement the publication was signed the landholders of georgia. Well oglethorpe and the trustees would remain steadfast in their defiance of slavery. They soon would have other problems well. Oglethorpe had hoped that the result would be the lisi in the colony in his view. Those who were trying to bring slavery in those who had cost them so much trouble would simply up and leave. He found himself disappointed when it was both them leaving as well as many of those that were doing hard work for the colonists it simply made more sense for them to establish their plantations in south carolina or there were far fewer restrictions on land and most importantly for them slaves were permitted throughout the seventeen forty s. The trustees would were to attempt to mollify the colonists demands by giving in to other grievances for example the restrictions on land were significantly loosened and suddenly there was a much greater ability to have larger plantations. Additionally one of the earliest ideas of keeping all of the collins in small towns was abandoned under the original plan the vision had been for small towns dotting the landscape with the size limits on individual holdings this was going to be possible however with the removal of such restrictions the colony quickly expanded outward as colonists wanted larger and larger plots of land. The trustees also removed a previously unpopular law. That kept rum out of the colony. This however did little to stem the anger of the colonists who argue that their rights as englishmen were being violated by the trustees decision to prohibit slavery. It is worth mentioning. That georgia was the only english colonies that had a restriction against the importation use of slaves. We have discussed the reasons why slavery was more prevalent in the southern colonies as opposed to the northern colonies. However that is not to say that slavery was non existent up in the north. There were slaves throughout all of the colonies. Georgia was the only place where the practice was specifically forbidden from the perspective of those colonists in georgia therefore they are looking around and taking note that they are being forced to live under stricter restrictions then their brethren anywhere else in the british colonies. What would settle in. During the seventeen forty s therefore was something of an uncomfortable stalemate with both sides taking shots back and forth. Oglethorpe and the trustees had no intention of backing off their position just yet or as the colonists continued to complain about the trustees arbitrary rule setting aside the very obvious concerns over the questions of morality surrounding slavery. Georgia did find itself at a distinct economic disadvantage when compared to its neighbouring colonies large and thus wealthy. Planters avoided the connie as the cost of doing business in georgia. Was now.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

09:39 min | 8 months ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"Every buddy hi friends well from beautiful salt. Lake city utah. It's thank god. I made yet the podcast. I'm frank melvin and for the third time in one minute. I'm dan beecher. I took a lot of runs at the at our opening today. Far and frank. I'm just gonna warn you live. I'm being tripped up. I am committed to saying friends instead of guys and my brain won't allow it all right well coming up today guys friend. We've got we're gonna be talking about christianity. is under attack in this country. Oh just by on all sides persecuted beyond belief. And and what if they're not but i do think that they're picking up on the idea and it's not wrong that we don't like them what and they're starting to feel it and it's maybe just feeding a little bit into their persecution. Good it's not fair as what it is. It's just not fair. We'll talk about in the last segment of the show but first dan. Yeah i get the story of a billboard in georgia. I'm a big fan billboards. Yeah they're beautiful beautiful. I love drive down a country. This is the giant. You'll you'll look up and you're just like oh thank god i was having to look at all of that Scenery but now thank god. There's something in front of it and the the big giant tv screen ones even better. Oh yeah they're changing all the time. Yes the best. Don't don't like this ad. just wait. Twenty seconds. I guess a good thing about billboards is the pretty much anybody who russell's up enough money can put a big hole. Sign up for all to see ya and some christians down in oglethorpe georgia. Don't just make towns. I'm sorry fort oglethorpe. Oh yeah okay. Now it makes sense. Now there's no such place. But now that i know that this four or goldthorpe it's possible earth or they put up a pro-trump billboard that You know they they like to think of trump is the second coming yeah. They're thinking what they're saying these days anyway well no theirs was what was printed on the bill next to trump's face said unto us a son is given and the government shall be upon his shoulders. says joint heirs romans. Eight seventeen isn't that lovely And wait and it's a reference to trump. Yeah unto us a son is given and the government shall be on his shoulder. Yeah no that's a reference to jesus knowing the bible to trump okay. Well i can see why somebody might and it is not even us well okay. Here's the thing i off. The billboard was up long enough for anybody to even get all that mad about it. I mean it's infuriating. Yeah but they got it wrong. That's not. It's that's not romans. No i actually knew that. Because yeah because it's it's prophecy about the messiah right right. And and and i knew that it was from isaiah because it's from the it's in the The handel's messiah sure. Yeah and yeah. That's not that's not and that's how most people know it. Yeah from from something from an. It's clearly yeah that's anywhere and the government shelby you're on his show anyway So they're saying trump is jesus jesus but they're not even getting the billboard right and i mean it was a typo right but it's so it's just fun when they don't even get their own thing right while they're getting the whole idea of christianity wrong right when they're getting the whole idea like yeah of from maybe they've got their own trump bible now. I wouldn't doubt it the and and that is a guy it's it's it's saint john's epistle to the romans but this christian nationalism nonsense like this it yeah like how the fuck does anybody look at that guy and be like. Oh yeah. that's jesus. They're literally putting up a billboard about it someone in his basement going on. I think trump is. Jesus this is. They raised fifteen hundred dollars. Or whatever it's put up a billboard in fort oglethorpe you know and and there you go and what's amazing is that somebody not connected to whoever put that up Looked at that billboard and their hearts swelled with pride. Multiple people looked at that went on. That's that's damn right right there. We'll see a ton of people looked at it and the only problem they had was that it had the wrong verse. Man lenny from their own. Shame that's a lovely billboard. I'm a look at up. How dare they. Yeah that's the. But i mean. Surely some christians balked at the equating of donald trump. even if they like him jesus Early short i don't know maybe not in fort. Oglethorpe maybe not. Jesus keeps saying that. I'm more stories from fort. Oglethorpe yoga third. You're doing well for a second there. I was to give you props. And then he ruined. It kept talking Well from fort oglethorpe to To south burlington vermont. Where there there's news from the saint joseph's orphanage which is closed which has been closed since i think the sixties oh but a bunch of the kids who were raised. There have gotten together now. There was a. There's a buzzfeed article. I think That kind of blew the doors off of the fact that this was a house of extreme abuse sexual abuse yes but also Physical abuse emotional deep emotional abuse. God people telling stories about like one kid being like thrown to his death off a off of the room for something A girl being forced to slap herself in the face fifty times for being naughty. Or whatever lake that. You'd almost think that these were stories right. Like how awful these right. Yeah like yeah like a bad horror movie about about the bad orphan. Yeah but but you know when when then when the catholics are involved. You don't have to have a bad movie. It just writes itself so anyway yes. This was a catholic run orphan hill. Golly the statue of limitations did expire on on this So the people who are who are the children now in their fifties to eighty s god And they're they're you know they. They can't really sue the church for restitution at this point. Although they were instrumental in getting laws passed to take away a statute of limitations for that kind of For abuse of children which right there should be none right like there should be no statute of limitations. What they've what they have done has gotten together and just said hey church that was involved in our horrific abuse all through our childhood. Would you might be paying for our therapy. Oh okay which. I think is a very reasonable reasonable thing to ask for. No i haven't. I don't know what the response has been. I don't think there's been a response yet but I do think that the church. I know that they're listening. The catholic church right now to us. I encourage you to pay for their therapy. No because they've got something better just raised. Jesus just just go see a priest. That's what the priests are. four goes. Confess your sins because yours sinner And then talk to these these men who were the same clothing as the people who abused you. Surely they're good now. They're there shouldn't be any problem. It was nuns and priests that were abusive by the way. That's fun doesn't shock me at all. No no literally. We should all be afraid of anyone in those in those outfits. Yeah no. They're horrifying the if history teaches us anything these people there. Maybe i mean. I'm sure that there are good ones too like of course there are good. Priests and nuns. Yeah but i'm not look you're wearing the uniform of a bunch of people who.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on WTOP

"Cleaning for only $99 Michael Anson. Traffic and weather on the eighth back to Jack Taylor and the traffic center more volume now out of Frederick on 2 70 going south. And as you leave 70, there was an incident off the roadway to the right Then we've got a little bit of a delay in Hightstown. That's it all the way down toward the lane Divide still quiet between the Beltway's on 95 a little more volume now south on the B W Parkway, passing 1 75. As you leave Greenbelt going south on the BW Parkway after 4 95 1 broken down, I think changing the tire off the roadway to the right side. Route one in Riverdale Crouton near Oglethorpe Street. That's a reported wreck. Crews were in upper Marlboro with a crash on our house road near Old Marlboro Pike. There's utility work in Calvert County south on Route four. Down here. Plum Point Road. It is in the far right lane. No worries north on route for coming north on five even to 10. Everybody headed toward the Beltway, looking good little bit heavier and Cheverly. Writing the John Hanson Highway going westbound as you approach Kennel Worth Avenue. No troubles to speak of, or delays Yet between the Thursday in Oxon Hill, inner and outer loop of the Beltway into Virginia, you're fine so far between Alexandria and McLean on 4 95 66 a little bit heavier, now eastbound as you come into Senator Vladimir Tacis 95 north beyond getting crowded in the mainline Dale City. Headed into Woodbridge. Then again, a little busier. Newington headed north into Springfield. Looking good on 3 95 so far the entire trip from the Beltway north to the 14th Watch on 1 23 Amputations Boulevard a crash. Some police activity in Alexandria had been on Western liberal near Valley Drive slow traffic in the district on DC 2 95 south around Nannie Helen Burrows Avenue toward East Capitol Street. Looking good at Boxing Cove north on I 2 95 up to the 11th. No worries across the freeway, Third Street Tunnel or New York Avenue off to a good start. Want the most fuel efficient car in America? Fit small dot com Has the new Ionic hybrid by Hyundai, Whether all electric hybrid or plug in hybrid go to fit small dot com for electric You can trust Jack Taylor. W T o P Traffic Chuck Bell is going to feel like summer time again. Today. It is a Tuesday morning and it is humid outside temperatures are in the upper sixties and low seventies. Across the region. Get ready.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"16 Industries where, where, if you attack them, I'll get mad. Anything that's not on the list. You know, I guess it's fair game that just can't be. That's something out of a sitcom that can't be real. Amid a migrant surge the border Republican Texas governor Greg Abbott says he's resuming border wall construction that had been stopped by the Biden administration. His plan could face federal challenges. America is listening to Fox News. More gorgeous gears talking w D you and good morning from the access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom. I'm B. J. Williams. The G B is investigating. Georgia's 42nd officer involved shootings so far this year. It happened during a traffic stop overnight in Holly Springs in Cherokee County, Holly Springs officer and a male suspect are both dead. At this point specific details about the incident have not been made public the names of those who died being withheld for now as well. Hall County Jail inmate who was incarcerated on drug trafficking charges is now in trouble for assaulting a fellow inmate at the facility. Hall County Sheriff's Office spokesman Sergeant Ryan Daly says Joey are Jodi Rather, Edwards, Summers attacked the other inmate with a sharp object stabbing him in the face. Bailey says the attack happened on Monday. The inmate who was stabbed, was treated at the facility and remains in jail. Summers was charged with aggravated assault, battery and weapons possession. Um, making judge pretty upset that jurors have not been showing up for trials. GNN Rob Stadler has that story. Bibb County Judge Howard Sims has had to delay not one but two murder trials from the same case because the minimum number of jurors in the pool showed up. One postponement happened just this week, the other last month. The problem is it just one juror gets dismissed, which normally always happens. Proceedings on both matters would have been halted. Simms called the nose Shows pathetic and once arrest warrants issued to bring them into court. He wants to hear the excuses as to why they ignore jury duty. A man from Oglethorpe County and a woman from Elbert County, the latest Georgians to be arrested in connection with the January six, the breach of the Capitol Building in Washington, D. C. Nolan Harold Kid in Savannah, Daniel McDonald appeared in numerous photos the day of the incident. They also were interviewed by the young Patriots society in a video that was posted to YouTube kid describing here what they did once they entered the Capitol building is all blocked off pretty early on, but there was an elevator for.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"I just hope that once they leave Spelman, and then I go to, you know, predominant while introducing white institutions that what it's a game degrees of advanced knowledge that the classroom experience n P W and t W wise are not so violent and other ring that you know they become discouraged from actually engaging more in true seeking. And more critical work around history, sociology, political science, etcetera. So that's you know, that's my concern, but but still, you know, just like the old folks will say when. When I was growing up. You know what ain't no rest for the weary. Yeah. So you know something that we gotta keep fighting. Keep doing. Dr Chandler. I'll give the last word on that as we move forward in the future of this, you know, I'm sure like Dr Benson. I've worked in higher education for a very long time. And I know that these kinds of Attacks in these types of conversations are really recurrent, Um, they tend to come up over and over again. Um, they often are in response to Successes or efforts of advancement when it comes to social justice when it comes to racial equality, and and so I think they will continue to happen. But the work continues, right. And for those of us who are really committed to the work, especially when it comes to educate and supporting students, Um it won't change much about what we do in terms of supporting those communities. Um, but I do worry. I mean, as doctor mentioned, Dr Benson was mentioning. You know, I worry about the spirit of our students. I worry about their morale. I worry about the morale of our educators. You know, we are the experts when it comes to supporting students and educating them. And I think that we should trust what educators do in the classroom when it comes to supporting their students to speaking to their histories and their experiences. We know what the research tells us about what bipac students, black conditions and persons of color of what they need to succeed in the educational institutions they need to see themselves reflected not only within the institution but also within the curriculum. These things are incredibly important. And so you know, I want them to know. That the staff and faculty who are here to support them. The students will remain committed to them and remain committed to this work. Um and we'll continue to deal with these challenges as they come up over and over again. Dr Laura Rene Chandler from Oglethorpe University and also the.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Dr Nair's I think Wooden Georgia have to be renamed Oglethorpe eah because James Oglethorpe actually quit, was against slavery and actually quit the Trust Georgia trustees over the issue of slavery in Georgia. So wouldn't we have to be called Oglethorpe? Pia? Well, it's certainly rolls off the tongue. You would just call it Oglethorpe. Ah! You don't call it Olympic You called Olympia last year. Oh, both. Or Pia. It sounds like one of those utopian kind of societies. That will get used to it. I from now on, I will no longer be triggered by the fact that I lost family in the American revolution every time I say the word Georgia I now live in Oglethorpe eah, Thank you. Next open mic question. Real quick. You could ask me. Yes, Tim. And yes. Ah, met from The Associated Press. Tim Andrews? Yes. Yes. So you say you lost family members in the Revolutionary War. But you were a German stock. So wouldn't you have lost Hessians who are on the side of the British? Thank you. Both of my parents are not germane My father. Was of German lineage. My mother was English lineage. And, yeah, I'm a little bit busted there. I lost people in my family who are fighting for the royal family but still understand. As an American. I am triggered every time I hear the reference to King George, when I say the state of Georgia and I am just going to be outraged. Hey, it's all the rage. Outrage is all the rage, so I've decided to become outraged about something. And when I'm triggered by is having to think of the King George the second Every time I tell people what state I live in, so I no longer live in that horrific, triggering Georgia I live in Oglethorpe eah. Amen. And I've been saying for weeks, but I didn't. I didn't get the idea from that guy. I just want to point out even stake it for weeks. Log, check out my blood where I have all of my ideas that come out before you get busted. I read your block every day, and I just lifted the angry Irishmen in Atlanta that gone Hey, Biden might be the next president. Plagiarism isn't is in its popular now, so he might Yeah, You might. Yeah, He better get ready, Joe Biden. I'm hearing you might end up being president. I better find me a running, mate. Yeah, that's a big deal. Are you going to choose a running mate? No corn pop up, would you He's a bad dude. He gets things done right. A man. He took care of things. He got himself straight. Now would be a good president someday. Like me, Corn pop was a bad dude, but he's good. Now he's good. Now he's popped. He's calm. Colonel corn pop pop girl. Popcorn is a good dude. Is you put a little butter and salt on amazing, But current pop was a bad dude. There were twin brothers good at the movies and have another overbite. Well, I do I do this last Friday. This open mic. Joe Biden would even appreciate this one because it's talking about polling in the confusion behind all of it, and it's kind of posing a question to you guys. I totally understand what you're saying about this poll about.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Yeah it seems a lot there's a lack of suspensions in fact you know Okey Oglethorpe is only not eligible to play because he was actually literally arrested and later on as well during the season you see the police come for the Hanson brothers as well so it seems like the actual police forces in these towns are the only jurisdiction without any commissioner's office to levy any true infractions or penalties it truly is shocking I mean it really only takes one hot head referee of a game where they brought before the anthem to go back and scream during the anthem and even know who's going to take it seriously you know it's the inmates running things for for the federal league it's truly unbelievable no doubt and I would say continues it's frontier justice throughout the entire season I mean we have the original malice at the palace yeah you have the Charlestown chiefs climbing into the stands to fight fans this actually happens the goal and that's probably why fans and even that doesn't get the guy suspended for multiple games well you can't also throw on you know a keychain at a player from the crowd either and expect you know nothing that happened back so that was a disturbing scene I don't condone it in any way but frankly I think the fans in that spot as well the federal league fans need to understand what's right what's wrong the real problem is you can't roll with every fan if I had a brother knows you hate it you can't be pointing out notes that guy wait nope you get away up there that escalated the situation I great at first I was in the hands of a should've never been eligible for championship game or anything going forward because it's just really no place for those guys really needle maturity now bogus one of my favorite adages is you do business is business is done and in this case in the federal league with very little rules nobody's getting suspended you're allowed to climb into the stands and beat the snot out of fans you're allowed to get into brawls before the national anthem the fact that Reggie Dunlop said let's be calm good let's play it this way let's become the bad boys of hockey let's become kinda like the Broad Street bullies in the mid seventies he sees the league is a rough and tumble legal let's play to those strengths I think strategically very smart move by Reggie what do you think you guys touched on this back in our number one the methods are not always that acceptable from red should some of the more offensive some might be will be outside the the range of the game sure but but at the end of the day he's probably the best coach that we have put under the microscope this spring not a doubt in my mind we'll go through everybody I mean because he has he played the media correctly he played that McGrath I get the GM correctly he was a little crude with the owner when he finally met her but you handled that situation well goes back in the locker before the championship game and gets the guys I in a different way gets them riled up the place and that makes it makes it back to him he was he was successful in the first thing he did was realized that a we can win this way and be people then you show up and give us a chance to survive as a franchise past this season yeah Reggie Dunlop proves over the course of the season that he is one of the great master motivator she knows what buttons to press use of bill Parcells type he will find out what motivates you maybe it's women maybe it's a brawling maybe it's alcohol maybe it's something else if you will find that and he will press that but he's a brilliant motivator but I have to say going back to the federal league how does Reggie Dunlop player coach of the Charlestown chiefs go on the radio place a personal bounty on him a crack in it he says a hundred Bucks whoever gets to Tim McCracken how does the league could not step in how does nobody say okay first got in touch with crack it is going to be suspended you can't do it how does Dunlop not get fined and suspended I mean there is no rules in the federally yet the ache that interview was played at four PM in the afternoon before eight PM puck drop so again I.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Dr Thornwell Jacobs was a key figure in the life of Atlanta's Oglethorpe university the school actually predates him dating all the way back to eighteen thirty five but the civil war managed to close the place down for a number of years it re opened in eighteen seventy I went bankrupt just two years later for a very long while after that it seems the old college would never come back but that's where doctor Jacobs entered the picture in nineteen thirteen he managed to get a new charter for the school and two years after that it opened its doors to the public it was a fitting accomplishment for Jacobs to sense his own grandfather had served on the faculty there years before the wedding even Jacobs was an interesting man sample shortly after the school reopened he dreamed up the unusual plan to travel to England and bring back the body of the man who founded Georgia and the university was named after British general James Oglethorpe it turns out that after establishing the colony in what is now Savannah the general return to England where he passed away in seventeen eighty five Jacob had this dream of burying Oglethorpe beneath the university so he traveled to England to locate the generals tomb which had been lost to time like a real life Indiana Jones Jacob's founded and after digging down into it he had himself lowered in just to verify his discovery after that he put in his request to have the body moved back across the Atlantic and it was declined Jake of certainly had a fascination with buried objects.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Sent to fort Oglethorpe Georgia for driver training and I led the convoy through Georgia is one of our tryouts you know to see how we did it so well and then we had to go in gas chambers and take off with a gas mask and stay for a few minutes and then go out and catch your breath again and then we had to lay down and they fired shots over us you know to see how he'd react and then we had to I had to go through other trading abandoning ship we had to go you know to a top of the ship that would be and go down the sides and a couple of the girls were just terrified of doing it so I helped along with Sam and then after that was all done and I was sent to Fort Lewis Washington and I was only there for a little while let the fellows in the barracks were used to having women there and boy every time we walk out everywhere if you god is walking with this so but anyway I volunteered they will ask for volunteers to go overseas so I volunteered but there were too many so I wasn't going to get to go but at the last minute one gal dropped out and tie took place and then it wasn't long after that did it we were sent to fort Dix New Jersey and boarded the Queen Elizabeth.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Got a situation everybody needs to know about particularly if you're in our affiliates North of twenty there are two active tornado warnings. Happening right now One is happening happening. It expires in about five minutes. It is just to the east of Athens This is now. It has been revised several times now right now. It is Oglethorpe Georgia in the Madison Georgia era. You have an active tornado. Warning in your area you've got another one This is a pretty sizable. The area with a storm rapidly moving through Barrow County a Walton County and Jackson. County you've got an active tornado warning at nine fifty eight Ama severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado is located over youth I had no idea. There's place called youth in Georgia in any event Nine nine miles west of Monroe Georgia moving northeast at sixty five miles an hour that gives you an indication of how quickly the storms moving through this other one They have now actually extended out this National Weather Service. Warning a couple more minutes. They were GONNA get rid of it But at ten to a severe thunderstorm capable producer tornadoes. It was located over. Colbert near Daniels will move in at fifty five miles an hour This is for Oglethorpe county in Madison. Janice Madison Georgia Madison County This one tornado warning switch stretches from the Atlanta Metro area south of Loganville all the way up towards commerce. It is a very fast moving storm. There is rotation. I can see it on my radar that I have a very significant. Now those of you further further up in North East Georgia. If you're in the Clarksville area you are under a flash flood. Warning in fact every single person listening to me north of I twenty right now is in a flash flood warning in addition to these two tornado warnings. If you're in the Clarksville area in northeast Georgia This Severe this flash flood warning lean is going to go for another two hours. You have more incoming severe weather as well If you're in the Lula Georgia area South of demerist and Clarksville Phil. You have significant rain and lightning in your area. And if you're in the Roman Dalton area all the way the northeast part of the state you are clearing out of rain but you've got a flash flood warning now that is going to last for hours longer just given extent of how much rain. They've had of the Rome area even as it's beginning to clear out there right now. They've got another four hours in this flash flood warning and the Dalton area has another four hours in their flash flood warning. These are active warning with a lot of rain. It is going to clear out outed northwest Georgia and then more storms are coming now. If you're in middle Georgia I'm down in Macon and if you're in middle Georgia. The rain is only beginning to to impact you. There are bands of showers in the Mo- moving through the Monroe County area into the Monticello area. They're moving north There is rain south In the Albany area it is a lightly scattered areas blowing through America's right. Now it is headed in the Middle Georgia. It'll be impacting making here in the next hour and then moving up from from there the Perry Georgia. You're going to be having some rain here and again that is all light stuff. Very bad stuff is in north Georgia. Here's the problem. Dolt get confident because there's a lot of rain south of us in Florida. That is moving north. So all of this stuff appears to be clearing out in Georgia and you're GonNa get more of it this afternoon in fact in the Middle Georgia and South George area. They're expecting the weather to be so bad this afternoon. A lot of counties have cancelled schools. My Kid got the school this morning and called me and said Dad. Everybody else's canceled school. Why can't I come? I'm home said because I got life insurance on you..

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Yeah Hey Mike okay great I'm going everything you still have time because they're still young background I something can I heard it and she's going to be a four K. if I'm like okay I got it you got this gives off a little grace to sounds like your heart is in the right place now that thing and it doesn't help that you know both of us are military parents so we do things differently yeah you will make your bed this quarter on there and if it doesn't nobody corner I do want to scare Piper sorry funny whatever Hey you know what can Piper here see let Piper no that Monty said she is going to get you a hot fudge sundae on the way back today you're going to get say may happen lieutenant to second I have yet I hate mail can go to S. Patterson at KSTP dot com thank you bye thanks for calling Steve you can't do that sure you can I just did it and if you keep pushing me Oglethorpe I'll tell Alexis to do things octave octave I really like Oglethorpe better you know you did sounds better it's softer it sounds yeah and I like goal our goal all the goals you know here's a goal we can for our meeting today guys hi with a little after the show meeting just just the three of us Daddy loves you we when we go to the cafeteria now we'll get stop by committing to make people say hello now yeah that's necessary and I have to be on with calling in Bradley at twelve thirty today great I love it nice to keep it that way keep we are we're gonna be right back with some of our favorite things from today Hey listen the wiggles are reuniting do you think would be fun to just may be re visit a little bit of time because our do you you've got kids and you don't know who the wiggles are I had kids and the new millennium you are in for a treat we've got that on the way and who is joining Marvel I'm pretty excited about this is kind of makes me a great deal yeah it's a really big deal will tell you who it is coming up next on my.

Mike Piper Monty S. Patterson Steve Alexis Oglethorpe Bradley Marvel
"oglethorpe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So at this point V. governor of the British colony of Georgia James Oglethorpe I've got involved in he amassed some forces and women to Florida took down some Spanish forts we've got your forge Kalateh and you got your sports San Francisco do pope pope pope pope I'm gonna go to bow P. U. P. L. okay I'm gonna go that and yeah women's parts of Florida Saint Augustine able along the St Johns river fantasque information coming from George encyclopedia dot org and his aim was to cut off supplies to the Spanish and you know kind of head them off at the pass and get those supplies from the force in the Spanish going to arrive the forces that were deployed in this situation and that's kind of what his whole strategy was there right right in denying access to resources is a tried and true method of warfare but I guess for whatever reason it didn't quite work out the way he wanted and he ended up having the kind of take a step back and just seeing where the pieces fell when the Spanish finally did show up and and bait and that happened in the summer of seventeen forty two Spanish forces landed on the tip of Saint Simon's island they got together to attack the tip just the tip they got together to attack fort Frederica no relation to our long time friend Matt Frederick or maybe there is you know we have to check but it but so oval for boys having already having a problem with we're gonna icing his army I believe he had a lot of diverse commanders in the the speech that he is tempted didn't work because he could not coordinate the naval and land based assaults but as soon as the English forces got word of the Spanish parties arriving I think they found a scouting party Oglethorpe aggressively led a charge against the Spanish what did they do well I got one for you and your question yeah what's the difference between a battle and a skirmish of battle in a skirmish you know I don't know whether there is a technical hard and fast difference it's like they're gonna fight versus a scrap yeah right right or an argument versus active perhaps yeah I think that's what it is us too I would imagine for just speculate anything can go with me on this it for just speculating I would I would imagine that a skirmish is probably lower in terms of number of people injured and number of people killed you know what I mean it's like shots fired well my friend Webster describes a skirmish as an episode of irregular or un premeditated fighting especially between small or outlying parts of armies fleets ships in the night they bump into each other not the big show yeah yeah and they go holy smokes they killed them exactly and they freak out and then people die half the people scream kill half the people scream and run and you know what I'm sure we know this too you can you skirmishes over you can do you can you can you know the skirmish yes yes and also this is American English which I love because it means we can use almost anything as a verb we can say that you got Jinkins were you drinking that so for our purposes here yeah we're we're not we're not a a military history deep dive show the point being is that all of this all of these skirmishes and battles and and practices and tips and what have you and deaths all resulted from a smuggler B. and kinda tortured Mister blonde style the story of a smuggler thing right because the story is way cooler because I'm already kind of get a little snooze doubt going every little detail but the stories are important in that they are the easiest way to motivate absolute population ultimately we fast forward a bit the end of this war occurs at the treaty of ox lachapelle in seventeen forty eight and returns all the colonial claims to the previous owners and the two nations on officially agree on the border between Georgia and Florida and the name and they they say the Saint John river at Saint John's river rather and because of this war because of local towards actions and because at least in some aspect because a guy named Robert Jenkins got is your cut off Georgia remained an English possession so you know deal if somebody if if your friend gets there you're cut off from don't feel like you have to wage war over it yeah don't go crying over sliced years yeah cry I cry I don't know it was my year or the year of a loved one I would go into like deep meditation techniques to try to not feel it yeah I got to hospital bandaged up I think what sets was that with says these stories not not a part at all what puts them together what would joins them is that it's these kind of simple acts that have the power to push humans in positions to create huge horrible long lasting consequences in complex yeah to their limits and they get it done but as you say we talk about this constantly these powder keg moments in like history you always hear about the moment but then the details are always there to contact is yeah so and we find the moment retroactively too often you know we have somebody who looks back when they're writing about an event that occurred years ago and I go oh it's because of that it into that part yeah yeah we have more examples and know you found one that really fascinated me all right what I had to one about an inanimate object in one about an animal which one would you like to hear man okay let's let's go to the inanimate object and then because it be nice to circle back with the animal yeah okay I'm down with that the inanimate objects and question my friend is a bucket a bucket a bucket could I ask you just this is the hardest question is this thing gonna end up being called the bucket war yeah I or the war of the bucket or you know and the the skirmish of the pale I love it okay yeah whatever but this one was pretty gnarly agonize was the we talk about death in the Jenkins here where a lot of people died it's cool very tragic yes not can I figured as much no no I mean cool like really cool week we got that out we admitted that war's tragic or is terrible people die attack as you say is an acronym what is text is a good good good clean Christian boys stand in with the other word yep yep which we can say on the show as a P. G. thirteen I know but I like saying heck kinda there was a little the bucket for the bucket war when did this happen I was in thirteen twenty five and this also involves clashes between let's call them clans I guess for lack of a better no it's fine we we we want to be sure that when we're gonna with clans family family communities right they're bonded through biological relationship price is right this is correct and you know I medieval society family was everything ran you would organize around family and it was all about your house and you know the name you know and I'm season game of thrones rules here but I'm pretty sure that was all based on our our Boy George R. R. Martin his homework so we didn't have to yeah see the finish those books that George come on man this out there you have it now it's not happen it's it's never coming out yes to this particular clash of clans was between the the giver leans and the Gulf please only made up doctor who alea yes the gals there and maybe it was gal flings but that was in the dark crystal I think they're a little pads and the bad guys with the Sleestak that that's close they were the Skeksis axes honestly stacks Sleestak are from land of the lost do you remember that show yeah the dilation thing with time travel they accidentally stepped through a portal into the land of the law yeah and it's always explained in the theme song I love it I love it the they're like we were in a boat and then you're living in a land of the lost yeah there sleaze bags were evil creatures who involved to enter pull more forty forms from reptile okay okay well there's none of that in those particular downplay this is strictly human Dino reptilians or weird little elf people fashion by the Jim Henson studios buckets right definitely buckets so here's the thing I'm a little help from you with this because these are always just like a bit of a mind sure a mind Phrack you you've got these warring sides that supports different head honchos of god right yes that we've got the holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbosa who was also the king of Germany and then you have the pope right yeah yeah you specifically have pope John twenty two all this began I kicked off in earnest this conflict in the region when the holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbosa invaded Italy and he did this with what he believed was god's blessing as like a crowning him for all intents and purposes as god's conduit on earth from but that didn't fly super well with others who believe that the pope was the only one that was crowned with god's conduit mess and that was that was the normal thing right was established norm and you you were told me that the Gilson the gabeleins were on different sides of this that is absolutely correct because you see the give billions supported V. emperor the holy Roman Emperor in this conflict and the gals supported the pope in Italy was just a loose a collaboration he taught me that word and I'm a keep using of these little city states kind of and unlike the story we talked about with that I'll pass this war and honestly with the Jenkins here you've got these folks that think they own the border like if you're at a border area you're like now this is minor but there's there's no official lines is probably based on some geographical thing but that's all up for debate especially when you start beefing with each other and so eventually Frederick was ousted they kicked him out he was done he now the pope yeah ultimately reigns reigns supreme in these early disagreements but that did not mean that there were not sympathizers that remained so we kinda had his ultimate F. U. moments by leaving the country kind of completely divided right so you still have these warring city states and then you have these opposing you know groups I think it's the pope who is the director communicator with god I think it's the holy Roman Emperor now we now we fight and it's complicated because with these shifting borders for these city states one state could largely support the holy Roman Emperor in one state could largely support the pope and the problem is that these could be very close together especially in the example of Medina and Bologna right yes and I think at the top of this section I I mentioned that this took place in Castello despair of all and in the region that is Emilia Romagna that's what it would be referred to as today at the time of this this this story they were as you say band Medina and Bologna and those are barely thirty miles apart maybe around thirty thirty one miles apart so tensions are always you always going to be hot there virtually adjacent to each other it seems like an unsustainable situation I'm just guessing and we're here here we are back with less skirmishes.

Georgia James Oglethorpe Florida San Francisco P. U. P. L. Florida Saint Augustine
"oglethorpe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So at this point V. governor of the British colony of Georgia James Oglethorpe I've got involved in he amassed some forces and women to Florida took down some Spanish forts we've got your forge Kalateh and you got your fort San Francisco to poke ball football many with football P. you PS okay I'm gonna go that and yeah women's parts of Florida Saint Augustine able along the St Johns river and has information coming from George encyclopedia dot org and his aim was to cut off supplies to the Spanish and you know kind of head them off at the pass and get those supplies from the force than the Spanish going to arrive the forces that were deployed in this situation and that's kind of what his whole strategy was there right right in denying access to resources is a tried and true method of warfare but I guess for whatever reason it didn't quite work out the way he wanted and he ended up having the kind of take a step back and just seeing where the pieces fell when the Spanish finally did show up and invade and that happened in the summer of seventeen forty two Spanish forces landed on the tip of Saint Simon's island they got together to attract a tip just the tip they got together to attack fort Frederica no relation to our long time friend that Frederick or maybe there is you know we have to check but it but so oval for boys having already having a problem with we're gonna icing his army I believe he had a lot of diverse commanders in the the speech that he is attempted didn't work because he could not coordinate the naval and land based assaults but as soon as the English forces got word of the Spanish parties arriving I think they found a scouting party Oglethorpe aggressively led a charge against the Spanish well what did they do well I got one for you and a question yeah what's the difference between a battle and a skirmish of battle in a skirmish you know I don't know whether there is a technical hard and fast difference it's like they're gonna fight versus a scrap yeah right right word argument versus active perhaps yeah I think that's what it is so I would imagine for just speculate anything can go with me on this it for just speculating I would I would imagine that a skirmish is probably lower in terms of number of people injured and number of people killed you know what I mean it's like shots fired well my friend Webster describes a skirmish as an episode of irregular or un premeditated fighting especially between small or outlying parts of armies fleets of ships in the night they bump into each other not the big show yeah yeah and they go holy smokes they kill them exactly and they freak out and then people die half the people scream kill half the people scream and run and you know why I'm sure we know this too you can you skirmishes over you can do you can you can you know the skirmishing yes yes and also this is American English which I love because it means we can use almost anything as a verb we can say that you got Jinkins were you drinking that so for our purposes here yeah we're we're not we're not a a military history deep dive show the point being is that all of this all of these skirmishes and battles and and practices and tips and what have you and deaths all resulted from a smuggler B. and kind of tortured Mister blonde style the story of a smuggler thing right because the story is way cooler because I'm already kind of get a little snooze doubt going over every little detail but the stories are important in that they are the easiest way to motivate absolute population ultimately we fast forward a bit the end of this war occurs at the treaty of Oct slash appellants seventeen forty eight and returns all the colonial claims to the previous owners and the two nations on officially agree on the border between Georgia and Florida name it they they say the Saint John river at Saint John's river rather and because of this war because of local towards actions and because at least in some aspect because a guy named Robert Jenkins got is your cut off Georgia remained an English possession so you know do if somebody if if your friend gets there you're cut off don't don't feel like you have to wage war over it yeah don't go crying over sliced years yeah cry I cry it was my year or the year of a loved one I would go into like deep meditation techniques to try to not feel it yeah I got to hospital or bandaged up I think what sets with so it says these stories not not a part that all what puts them together what would joins them is that it's these kind of simple acts that have the power to push humans in positions to create huge horrible long lasting consequences in conflicts yeah to their limits and they get it done but as you say we talk about this constantly these powder keg moments in like history you always hear about the moment but then the details are always there the context is yeah so and we find the moment retroactively too often you know we have somebody who looks back when they're writing about an event that occur who wears ago and I go oh it's because of that it into that that far yeah we have more examples and know you found one that really fascinated me all right what I had to one about an inanimate object in one about an animal which one would you like to hear man okay let's let's go to the inanimate object and then because it be nice to circle back with the animal yeah okay I'm down with that the inanimate objects and question my friend is it a bucket a bucket a bucket could I ask you just this is the hardest question is this a good end up being called the bucket war yeah I or the war of the bucket or you know and the the skirmish of the pale I love it okay yeah whatever but this one was pretty gnarly and I I you know as was the we talk about death in the Jenkins here where a lot of people died it's cool very tragic death not can I figured as much no no cool like the guys mentally cool week we got that out we admitted that war's tragic war is terrible with its people die attack as you say is an acronym what is text is a good good good clean Christian boys stand in one of the other word yep yep which we can say on the show as a P. G. thirteen I know but I like saying heck I now thank you it was a little the bucket for the bucket war when did this happen I was in thirteen twenty five and this also involves clashes between let's call them clans I guess for lack of a better no it's fine we we we want or when we're gonna with clans family family communities right they're bonded through biological relationship price is right this is correct any I. medieval society family was everything ran you would organize around family and it was all about your house in the you know the net you know and season game of thrones rules here but I'm pretty sure that was all based on our our Boy George R. R. Martin his homework so we didn't have to yeah see the finish those books that George come on man this out there have been no not happen it's it's never coming out yes to this particular clash of clans was between the the giver leans and the Gulf please tell a made up doctor who alien yes the gals there and maybe it was gal flings but that was in the dark crystal I think they're a little pads and the bad guys were the Sleestak that that's close they were the Skeksis taxis honestly stacks Sleestak are from land of the lost do you remember that show yeah the dye laser time travel they accidentally stepped through a portal into the land of the law yeah and it's always explained in the theme song I love it I love it the they're like we were in a boat and then you're living a land of the lost yeah there sweepstakes were evil creatures who involved to enter come more fully forms from rector okay okay well there's none of that in those particular downplay this is strictly human Dino reptilians or weird little else people fashion by the Jim Henson buckets right definitely buckets so here's the thing I'm a little help from you with this because these are always just like a bit of a mind sure a mind Phrack you you've got these warring sides that supports different head honchos of god right yeah so we've got the holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbosa who was also the king of Germany and then you have the pope right yeah yeah you specifically have pope John twenty two all this began I kicked off in earnest this conflict in the region when the holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbosa invaded Italy and he did this with what he believed was god's blessing as like a crowning him for all intents and purposes as god's conduit on earth from but that didn't fly super well with others who believe that the pope was the only one that was crowned with god's conduit ness and that was that was the normal thing right was established norm and you you were told me that the Gilson the gabeleins were on different sides of this that is absolutely correct because you see the giver lanes supported the emperor the holy Roman Emperor in this conflict and the gals supported the pope in Italy was just a loose a glamour ation taught me that word animal keep using of these little city states kind of and unlike the story we talked about with that I'll pass this war and honestly with the Jenkins here you've got these folks that think they own the border like if you're at a border area you're like now this is mine there's there's no official lines is probably based on some geographical thing but that's all up for debate especially when you start beefing with each other and so eventually Frederick was ousted they kicked him out he was done we now the pope yeah ultimately reigns reigns supreme in these early disagreements but that did not mean that there were not sympathizers that remained so we kinda had his ultimate F. U. moments by leaving the country kind of completely divided right so you still have these warring city states and then you have these opposing you know groups I think it's the pope who it is the direct communicator with god I think it's the holy Roman Emperor now we now we fight and it's complicated because with these fifteen borders for these city states one state could largely support the holy Roman Emperor in one state could largely support the pope and the problem is that these could be very close together especially in the.

Georgia James Oglethorpe Florida San Francisco football
"oglethorpe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:57 min | 3 years ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So at this point V. governor of the British colony of Georgia James Oglethorpe I've got involved in he amassed some forces and women to Florida took down some Spanish forts we've got your forge Kalateh and you got your fort San Francisco to poke ball football I'm gonna go to Paul P. U. P. S. okay I'm gonna go that and yeah women's parts of Florida Saint Augustine able along the St Johns river can't ask information coming from George encyclopedia dot org and his aim was to cut off supplies to the Spanish and you know kind of head them off at the pass and get those supplies from the force in the Spanish going to arrive the forces that were deployed in this situation and that's kind of what his whole strategy was there right right in denying access to resources is a tried and true nested of warfare but I guess for whatever reason it didn't quite work out the way he wanted and he ended up having the kind of take a step back and just seeing where the pieces fell when the Spanish finally did show up and invade and that happened in the summer of seventeen forty two Spanish forces landed on the tip of Saint Simon's island to get together to attract a tip just the tip they got together to attack fort Frederica no relation to our long time friend that Frederick or maybe there is you know we have to check but it but so oval for boys having already having a problem with we're gonna icing his army I believe he had a lot of diverse commanders in the the speech that he is attempted didn't work because he could not coordinate the naval and land based assaults but as soon as the English forces got word of the Spanish parties arriving I think they found a scouting party Oglethorpe aggressively led a charge against the Spanish well what did they do well I got one for you and your question yeah what's the difference between a battle and a skirmish of battle in a skirmish you know I don't know whether there is a technical hard and fast difference it's like they're gonna fight versus a scrap yeah right right or an argument versus active perhaps yeah I think that's what it is us too I would imagine for just speculating I thinking go with me on this it for just speculating I would I would imagine that a skirmish is probably lower in terms of number of people injured and number of people killed you know what I mean it's like shots fired well my friend Webster describes a skirmish as an episode of irregular or un premeditated fighting especially between small or outlying parts of armies fleets of ships in the night they bump into each other not the big show yeah yeah and they go holy smokes they kill them exactly and they freak out and then people die half the people scream kill half the people scream and run and you know why I'm sure we know this too you can you skirmishes over you can do you can you can you know the skirmishing yes yes and also this is American English which I love because it means we can use almost anything as a verb we can say that you got Jinkins were you drinking that so for our purposes here yeah we're we're not we're not a military history deep dive show the point being is that all of this all of these skirmishes and battles and and practices and tips and what have you and death all resulted from a smuggler B. and kind of tortured Mister blonde style the story of a smuggler thing right because the story is way cooler because I'm already kind of get a little snooze doubt going there every little detail but the stories are important in that they are the easiest way to motivate absolute population ultimately we fast forward a bit the end of this war occurs at the treaty of ox slash appellants seventeen forty eight and returns all the colonial claims to the previous owners and the two nations on officially agreed on the border between Georgian Florida name it they they say the Saint John river St Johns river rather and because of this war because of local towards actions and because at least in some aspect because a guy named Robert Jenkins got is your cut off Georgia remained an English possession so you know do if somebody if if your friend gets there you're cut off don't don't feel like you have to wage war over it yeah took a crying over slice tears cry I cry I don't know it was my year or the year of a loved one I would go into like deep meditation techniques to try to not feel it yeah I got to hospital bandaged up I think what sets with so it says these stories not not a part that all what puts them together what would joins them is that it's these kind of simple acts that have the power to push humans in positions to create huge horrible long lasting consequences in conflicts yeah to their limits and they get it done but as you say we talk about this constantly these powder keg moments and like history you always hear about the moment but then the details are always there the context is yeah so and we find the moment retroactively too often you know we have somebody who looks back when they're writing about an event that occurred to go and I go oh it's because of that it into that part yeah yeah we have more examples and know you found one that really fascinated me all right what I had to one about an inanimate object in one about an animal which one would you like to hear man okay let's let's go to the inanimate object and then because it be nice to circle back with the animal yeah okay I'm down with that the inanimate objects and question my friend is a bucket a bucket a bucket could I ask you just this is the hardest question is this a good end up being called the bucket war yeah I or the war of the bucket or you know and the the skirmish of the pale I love it okay yeah whatever but this one was pretty gnarly and I you know as was the we talk about deaths in the Jenkins here where a lot of people died it's cool very tragic yes not can I figured as much no no I had a cool like the guys met like cool week we we got that out we admitted that war's tragic war is terrible with its people die attack as you say is an acronym what is Texas good good good clean Christian boys stand in one of the other word yep yep which we can say on the show as a P. G. thirteen I know but I like saying heck kinda there was a little the bucket for the bucket war when did this happen when I was in thirteen twenty five and this also involves clashes between let's call them clans I guess for lack of a better no it's fine we we we want to be sure that when we're gonna with clans family family communities right they're bonded through biological relationship price is right this is correct and you know I medieval society family was everything ran you would organize around family and it was all about your house and you know the net you know and season game of thrones rules here but I'm pretty sure that was all based on our our Boy George R. R. Martin did his homework so we didn't have to yeah see the finish those books that George come on man this out there have been no not happen it's it's never coming out yes to this particular clash of clans was between the the giver leans and the gal who sell a made up doctor who alea yes the gals there and maybe it was gal flings but that was in the dark crystal I think they're a little and the bad guys with the Sleestak that that's close they were the Skeksis axes honestly stacks Sleestak are from land of the lost do you remember that show yeah you're the guy later thing with time travel they accidentally stepped through a portal into the land of the law yeah and it's always explained in the theme song I love it I love it the they're like we were in a boat and then you're living a land of the lost yeah there sleaze bags were evil creatures who involved to enter come more fully forms from reptile okay okay well there's none of that in those particular downplay this is strictly human Dino reptilians or weird little else people fashion by the Jim Henson studios buckets right definitely buckets so here's the thing I'm a little help from you with this because these are always just like a bit of a mind sure a mind Phrack you you've got these warring sides that supports different head honchos of god right yes that we've got the holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbosa who was also the king of Germany and then you have the pope right yeah yeah you specifically have pope John twenty two all this began I kicked off in earnest this conflict in the region when the holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbosa invaded Italy and he did this with what he believed was god's blessing as like a crowning him a for all intents and purposes as god's conduit on earth from but that didn't fly super well with others who believe that the pope was the only one that was crowned with god's conduit ness and that was that was the normal thing right was established norm and you you were told me that the Gilson the gabeleins were on different sides of this that is absolutely correct because you see the giver lanes supported the emperor the holy Roman Emperor in this conflict and the gals supported the pope in Italy was just a loose a glamour ation taught me that word been I'm a keep using of these little city states kind of and unlike the story we talked about with that I'll pass this war and honestly with the Jenkins here you've got these folks that think they own the border like if you're at a border area you're like now this is mine and there's there's no official lines is probably based on some geographical thing but that's all up for debate especially when you start beacon with each other and so eventually Frederick was ousted they kicked him out he was done we now the pope yeah ultimately reigns reigns supreme in these early disagreements but that did not mean that there were not sympathizers that remained so we kinda had his ultimate F. U. moments by leaving the country kind of completely divided right so you still have these warring city states and then you have these opposing you know groups I think it's the pope who is the direct communicator with god I think it's the holy Roman Emperor now we now we fight and it's complicated because with these fifteen borders for these city states one state could largely support the holy Roman Emperor in one state could largely support the pope and the problem is that these could be very close together especially in the.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

13:09 min | 3 years ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"V. governor of the British colony of Georgia James Oglethorpe I've got involved in he amassed some forces and women to Florida took down some Spanish forts we've got your forge pickle laptop and you got your fort St Francis go to pope Paul football I'm gonna go to Paul P. you PS okay I'm gonna go with that and yeah women's parts of Florida Saint Augustine able along the St Johns river can't ask information coming from George encyclopedia dot org and his aim was to cut off supplies to the Spanish and you know kind of had them off at the pass and get those supplies from the force than the Spanish going to arrive the forces that were deployed in this situation and that's kind of what his whole strategy was there right right in denying access to resources is a tried and true method of warfare but I guess for whatever reason it didn't quite work out the way he wanted and he ended up having the kind of take a step back and just seeing where the pieces fell when the Spanish finally did show up and invade and that happened in the summer of seventeen forty two Spanish forces landed on the tip of Saint Simon's island they got together to attack a tip just the tip they got together to attack fort Frederica no relation to our long time friend that Frederick maybe there is you know we have to check but it but so oval for boys having already having a problem with organizing his army I believe he had a lot of diverse commanders in the the speech that he is attempted didn't work because he could not coordinate the naval and land based assaults but as soon as the English forces got word of the Spanish parties arriving I think they found a scouting party Oglethorpe aggressively led a charge against the Spanish math what did they do well I got one for even a question yeah what's the difference between a battle and a skirmish of battle in a skirmish you know I don't know whether there is a technical hard and fast difference it's like there's been a fight versus a scrap yeah right right or an argument versus back to perhaps yeah yeah I think that's what it is us too I would imagine for just speculate anything can go with me on this it for just speculating I would I would imagine that a skirmish is probably lower in terms of number of people injured and number of people killed you know what I mean it's like shots fired well my friend Webster describes a skirmish as an episode of irregular or un premeditated fighting especially between small or outlying parts of armies fleets ships in the night they bump into each other not the big show yeah yeah and they go holy smokes kill them exactly and they freak out and then people die half the people scream kill half the people scream and run and you know why I'm sure we know this too you can you skirmishes over you can do you can you can you know the skirmishing yes yes and also this is American English which I love because it means we can use almost anything as a verb we can say that you got Jinkins were you drinking that so for our purposes here yeah we're we're not we're not eight a military history deep dive show the point being is that all of this all of these skirmishes and battles and and practices and tips and what have you and deaths all resulted from a smuggler B. and kinda tortured Mister blonde style the story of a smuggler thing right now because the story is way cooler because I'm already kind of get a little snooze doubt going every little detail but the stories are important in that they are the easiest way to motivate absolute population ultimately we fast forward a bit the end of this war occurs at the treaty of ox slash appellant seventeen forty eight and returns all the colonial claims to the previous owners and the two nations online officially agree on the border between Georgia and Florida and the name and they they say the Saint John river St Johns river rather and because of this war because of local towards actions and because at least in some aspect because I got a Robert Jenkins got is your cut off Georgia remained an English possession so you know do if somebody if if your friend gets there you're cut off from don't feel like you have to wage war over it yeah the girl cried over sliced years yeah cry I cry I don't know it was my year or the year of a loved one I would go and click deep meditation techniques to try to not feel it yeah I got to hospital bandaged up I think what sets what's that what's that these stories not not a part at all what puts them together what would joins them is that it's these kind of simple act that have the power to push humans in positions to create huge horrible long lasting consequences and complex yeah to their limits and they get it done but as you say we talk about this constantly these powder keg moments and like history you always hear about the moment but then the details are always there the context is yeah so and we find the moment retroactively too often you know we have somebody who looks back when they're writing about an event that occurred years ago and I go oh it's because of that it into that it's not far yeah yeah we have more examples and know you found one that really fascinated me all right what I had to one about an inanimate object in one about an animal which one would you like to hear man okay let's let's go to the inanimate object and then because it be nice to circle back with the animal yeah okay I'm down with that the inanimate objects and question my friend is a bucket a bucket of buckets could I ask you just this is the hardest question is this thing gonna end up being called the bucket war yeah I or the war of the bucket or you know and the the skirmish of the pale I love it okay yeah whatever but this one was pretty gnarly and I I you know as was the we talk about death in the Jenkins here where a lot of people died it's cool very tragic yes not can I figured as much no no that'd be cool like the really cool we we we got that out we admitted that war's tragic war is terrible with its people die attack as you say is an acronym what is text is a good good good clean Christian boys stand in one of the other word yep yep which we can say on the show as a P. G. thirteen I know but I like saying heck I now thank you there was a little the bucket for the bucket war when did this happen I was in thirteen twenty five and this also involves clashes between let's call them clans I guess for lack of a better no it's fine we we we want to be sure that when we're gonna with clans family family communities right they're bonded through biological relationship races right this is correct and you know I medieval society family was everything ran you would organize around family and was all about your house and you know the net you know and I'm season game of thrones rules here but I'm pretty sure that was all based on our our Boy George R. R. Martin his homework so we didn't have to yeah see the finish those books that George come on man that's how they'll come in now it's not happen it's it's never coming out yes to this particular clash of clans was between the the giver leans and the Gulf please tell a made up doctor who alea yes and the gals there and maybe it was gal flings but that was in the dark crystal I think they're a little yeah and the bad guys with the Sleestak that that's close they were the Skeksis axes honestly stacks Sleestak are from land of the lost do you remember that show yeah the guy later thing with time travel they accidentally stepped through a portal into the land of the law yeah and it's always explained in the theme song I love it I love it the they're like we were in a boat and then you're living a land of the lost yeah there sleaze bags were evil creatures who involved to enter come more fully forms from reptile okay okay well there's none of that in this particular downplay this is strictly human Dino reptilians or weird little else people fashion by the Jim Henson studios buckets right definitely buckets so here's the thing I'm a little help from you with this because these are always just like a bit of a mind sure a mind Phrack you you've got these warring sides that supports different head honchos of god right hi yes that we've got the holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbosa who was also the king of Germany and then you have the pope right yeah yeah you specifically have pope John twenty two all this began I kicked off in earnest this conflict in the region when the holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbosa invaded Italy and he did this with what he believed was god's blessing as like a crowning him for all intents and purposes as god's conduit on earth but that didn't fly super well with others who believe that the pope was the only one that was crowned with god's conduit ness and that was that was the normal thing right was established and warm and you you were telling me that the Gilson the gabeleins were on different sides of this that is absolutely correct because you see the giver lanes supported V. emperor the holy Roman Emperor in this conflict and the gals supported the pope in Italy was just a loose a glamour ation he taught me that word and I'm a keep using of these little city states kind of and unlike the story we talked about with that I'll pass this war and honestly with the Jenkins here you've got these folks that think they own the border like if you're at a border area you're like now this is mine there's there's no official lines is probably based on some geographical thing but that's all up for debate especially when you start beefing with each other and so eventually Frederick was ousted they kicked him out he was done he now the pope yeah ultimately reigns reigns supreme in these early disagreements but that did not mean that there were not sympathizers that remained so we kinda had his ultimate F. U. moments by leaving the country kind of completely divided right so you still have these warring city states and then you have these opposing you know groups I think it's the pope who is the director communicator with god I think it's the holy Roman Emperor now we now we fight and it's complicated because with these shifting borders for these city states one state could largely support the holy Roman Emperor in one state could largely support the pope and the problem is that these could be very close together especially in the example of Medina and Bologna right yes and I think at the top of this section I I mentioned that this took place in Castello despair of all and in the region that is Emilia Romagna that's what it would be referred to as today at the time of this this this story they were as you say band Medina and Bologna and those are barely thirty miles apart maybe around thirty thirty one miles apart so tensions are always always going to be high they're virtually adjacent to each other it seems like an unsustainable situation I'm just guessing and we're here here we are back with a lot of skirmishes because they're gonna be caught that they're not going to be full all out wars they're just gonna be little disc conflicts between folks standing on opposite sides of the of the particular borders and and this bucket war here we go is just such an event writer rating farms and they're learning feels generally thumbing the nose of the opposition's three now and just kind of trying to mess them up because they fundamentally disagree with what everything maze they stand for and yet they're somehow neighbors right okay all right I.

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"oglethorpe" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"oglethorpe" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Even found like, okay, you're right. Yeah. God, you guys are crazy. No reserve. Got one more openly. Hey, eric. Senior university north Georgia in history. Don't take a Georgia history. Tests thought I'd let you know. There are two more rules to the charter Georgia. No slaves. No rum, and no lawyers interesting place. Now, he brings this up because today is the founding seventeen thirty three six ships landed here in what is now savannah oglethorpe. It's right. Whereas the, and so we pointed out that the King, George the second said, you can't have slaves, and he can't have people in debt. So he had a lot of people had no debt and no slaves. We all have been better off. They would have stuck to that would've made our lives a lot easier. Now, if they were stuck to the no slave thing. I think it would have been better history. I gotta tell you. But no rum, and no lawyers, which makes sense because if you have no rum, you have no need for lawyers. Once you once you introduce rum. That's where you're going to have conflicts. That's where you're going to have disagreements but remove the rum. No need for lawyers. We can learn from these people I believe you have another one. Yeah. I can play that. Well, why not? You say that this is a good way. Very good salad. A good one to this guy. If I have two AM last night and this gentleman drunk. Our our open mic, you're waiting for your call. There's been all these calls. Sorry. I'll start you finish is it after hours or after dark after dark, okay? Open mic after dark say adults. Only adults only. Hey, guys. Hi, it's up in Mike. I'm waiting for your call. Me and Mike having a pillow fight. How? Join us this gentleman. He's trying to talk about the internet. Connectivity in rural areas in Georgia. Oh, this is because of the tax in Georgia. They're thinking about taxing net flicks. And. And all these because they wanted supposedly take that tax money and get better internet in the rural areas of the state. That's right. And this guy has preservatives are never for welfare until it's for them. We got we need people to Atlanta to help. How does that make you feel if they're on a farm? Well, it wouldn't have this internet if it weren't for them liberals. Get your own damn. Well, maybe this guy could convince you otherwise. From Cobb County spoken for tax money to expand the internet in rural areas, Wego ause marijuana and tax it you'd have all the cash money, whatever. Remade surrogate? Colorado billions of dollars a year in tax money police. Our call is way worse were a calmer on really get billions of dollars in tax. Trillions marijuana's like you got you might paper, you need to go to the restroom or something. Natta?.

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Meghan Markle joins Trooping the Color ceremony to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's birthday

Reimagine America

02:01 min | 4 years ago

Meghan Markle joins Trooping the Color ceremony to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's birthday

"Overseas in britain today hundreds of british soldiers took part in the annual trooping of the colour ceremony in london marking queen elizabeth the seconds official birthday celebration in front of thousands of spectators spectacle included an appearance by prince harry and his new wife former american actress meghan markle who joined other members of the royal family on the balcony at buckingham palace after the event to watch her royal airforce fly by ceremony originated from traditional preparations for battle flags or colors were trooped so soldiers in the ranks would be able to recognize them the ninety two year old queens actual birthday though is april twenty first it was on this day in seventeen thirty two james oglethorpe received a charter from britain's king george the second found the colony of the state of georgia more in these stories at townhall dot com i'm rhonda rockstar a family that lost several relatives during a mass shooting at a texas church says the federal government was negligent by failing to report the gunman's criminal information to a national database oakham family filed a federal lawsuit this week in san antonio and notes the gunman devin patrick kelly was criminally convicted while in the air force but that the military fell to enter the information into a database used to conduct background checks of gun buyers the lawsuit says the air about kelly to buy the assault style rifle he used the december shooting in sutherland springs killed more than two dozen people the holcombe family suffered about a third of those deaths the family's attorney says the entire tragedy could have been avoided patrick fos reporting an unlicensed fourteen year old driver killed four fifteen year old passengers injured after the driver lost control of his car and hit a tree in northern virginia accident in lorden which is in fairfax county happened shortly before noon on friday news and analysis at townhall dot com i'm rhonda rockstar hi infield andy phil's gang dot com.

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