19 Burst results for "Old England"
"old england" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
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"old england" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Let's go a different way today because we this field you go into that. I'M GONNA come on mixing it up going off the track into a field. I think the field is not being used at the moment. Sometimes there are cows grazing up here but not at the moment so lovely day. Warm quite windy. Oh actually they're all cows here. Rosie. I didn't realize there are cows. Let's get out of the cavs field. They might have cow Rona virus. What that's not a funny joke Rosie. Everyone come on get. Hey how you doing podcasts. At in Buxton here back on the beaten track we belong out here in the east of England towards the beginning of April. Twenty twenty. I'm going to cut to the chase. 'cause I've got to go back and continue working on my audio book. Still hoping to have it available for you in the next few weeks couple of days ago I remotely recorded a special bonus edition of the podcast with Joe Cornish. I sent Joe the text of my book so he kind of interviewed me about it. Rose to me a little bit. It was fun and the idea is that that's going to appear as a kind of exclusive bonus podcast at the end of the audiobook well. It's quite windy now. But it's Nice hot wind anyway. Look I am not cutting to the chase my apologies. So let me tell you about podcast. Number one one. Eight which features a compensation with Canadian author journalist and Kosta Malcolm glad well dodwell facts. Glad well currently aged fifty six was born here in jolly old England to a Jamaican psychotherapist mother and an English mathematician father. They moved to Canada. When Malcolm was six he went with them. They didn't leave him behind. Malcolm worked as a journalist at the Washington Post before becoming a staff writer at the New Yorker magazine. I've said it made it sound as if he was working as a journalist at the Washington Post when he was six but no that was a while later. This is a very condensed overview Malcolm and his achievements he was a staff writer at the New Yorker from nineteen ninety six onwards. It was that year that he wrote a couple of articles that would become the basis for his first book. The tipping point published in two thousand or the year. Two thousand as we used to call it. I mean you can say the year about any of the years. But with two thousand for some reason felt obligatory the tipping point subtitled. How little things can make a big difference considered.
"old england" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"To great guy Randy really is doing well you're doing well on this Saturday morning it's eleven minutes after six o'clock I'm Brian Alex must cough is here great grandsons in the newsroom I don't know if you watch the NBC nightly news we usually watch a couple different ones every night my wife and I just you know get a different view on things and they did a story about prince Harry and Bon Jovi doing some Abbey Road things so as the reporter is crossing Abbey Road in the background as one gentleman wearing a single was blues Stanley Cup T. shirt I tweeted out last night at B. R. P. K. E. L. L. Y. on Twitter you can see him in the background how cool is that and my wife and I both picked up on it right away you know it's one of those things you see in there it is five course at a stop and rewind it take a picture and tweeted out and she said I saw the same thing of course we see that Blue Note jump right on it so whoever that is I'd love to find out that's that's pretty neat he's at Abbey Road in jolly old England and he's wearing a blue Stanley Cup teacher at St all right also need a Jefferson County castle looks really cool you can see it came watch that company here about a family's rich coming up in just a few moments and also need celebrating a birthday Tommy well the author of Tommy also played Tommy still going strong talks about the old day of his the old days of his band in the sound but I have for you OP has a birthday today.
Aaahh!!! Classic Monsters
"We thought we would talk. Hello Classic movie monsters or I guess. A derivative thereof You know all the films like Frankenstein Dracula creature the Black Lagoon and salon boy. Oh boy so yeah so we are. Actually we each picked one classic creature. We're going to be sharing history in details about that creature in the story about the story about them so should we. Should we drinks. Yeah okay so I'm going to actually hand the mic over to Tracy and you because I she has forty drinks that she's going to be sure they're all so I'm focusing on vampires and at total wine there was actually quite a bit to choose from uh-huh depending on how elaborate you WanNa get with the topic. There was even like walking dead wine assume that seemed like sheeting. That seemed like that would be better for his. Obviously yeah it's because it's actually from the TV exactly. So I can't have rick on the cover and be thinking of Bram Stoker works for me with that said that I brought three drinks because being hungover and being two o'clock in me not having lunch it just seems weird like crack. Open a bottle of wine right now but I do have Francis Coppola diamond red plans talk a little bit about Coppola going on. Because you can't really talk about Dracula directly without talking about Coppola and then I also because I don't like I said if I'm going to open that I also brought four. They use my teeth to pull the bag out. I have a lovely temper neo. Oh I love to drag on. And we'll talk a little bit about what dragons dragons relates reverse dragged him the vampire at least in literature but like I said that's a bit heavy so honestly what I think I'm going to start with. Breath is a nice blood. Orange Margarita and S- To serve it in as they said I just live seven houses down I brought on my own Hamilton Sippy Cup when I say Hola pouring that that's awesome chewing that All amazing choices see. That doesn't take a random rationalization cody did you notice that mixture. You have doesn't actually have to kill it in it. Oh I I forgot I also brought my own patrol. Never leave home without it. So the monster I chose today is Where wolves so what? I'm drinking today. Is a Lithuanian heritage. Beer called where wolf it's literally called Werewolf and it has a quite a high alcohol content. So that's so funny because just right before for the show Tracy and I were talking about how we like picking drinks. That aren't just the name. They require narrative. Chris here's where we'll there's nothing with that sound so bitchy all right so Chris is still looking to see what kind of beer is is it. Strong connect have a taste. Today makes one of us. Oh that is delicious is really good. That's dangerous Oh my God. I'm just GonNa Covet this break a command. It's a Belgian dark El okay. I'M GONNA try that too. Yeah so for my drink. I'm actually Old England. I'm actually doing Frankenstein. And so and that was that was what I was GONNA do. I was I went into English. Oh I hear terrible and like you know what. I just can't drink this after my night. I'm going to get something good. Mary Shelley found something actually liked Mary. Shelley well well I whenever you look at all these old stories. I what I think of it is. They all kind of intertwined sometimes in ways and they're just kind of these wild crazy stories stories. So I've found a blackberry merlot called twisted Vine Ohio. Yeah good expected to get a couple. I rolls maybe like really all right so with that I will get into history I didn't want to do anything like Hollywood movie. Poor history because that would have been very long and excessive in instead I thought I would give a weird overview on the history of monsters the word monster itself derives from the Latin word monstrum meaning to demonstrate or monarch meaning to warn There's also the Latin word monstrum which Just means abnormal or supernatural but can also mean wonder or miracle generally speaking monsters are physical whether real or imagined representation of those things society as Dean leaned unknown or unnatural and most mostly those things that we fear and cannot explain physically. Speaking a monster may have some unusual characteristics. In fact one time things such as two-headed cavs or babies born with abnormalities were considered monsters so basically anything that was outside of what society claimed as quote. Normal aw was seen as monstrous of course as we know in addition to the physical characteristics. Munster's we'll do some terrible things or act out on the way beyond the standing of society being set that any one of us in this room could be considered a monster me with my blue hair and you both being super tall me with my gay so monsters there's all of you There are a ton of tons of monsters that go back in history. There were monsters that were found in cave paintings represented by animal human hybrids which unlikely cliches in real life hence monsters or at least at the conclusion that historians drew in Greek and Roman mythology monsters were perceived as a form of displeasure from the gods examples being cyclops Gorgon. Medusa Centaurs Sirens and so on. It seems that in religion like Judaism Christianity and Islam. They avoided talking about monsters aside from stories related to Satan and the power of evil in Hinduism monsters. A lot more prevalent. you see gods depicted with extra limbs or as an animal human hybrid and in native American culture. You have creatures such as the Wendy Go. Skin walkers and even sasquatch after the renaissance period with science becoming a new a fairly new thing. It really tried to attempt to explain what exactly monsters were to no avail in the gothic period we were graced. With two of the most infamous monsters Frankenstein and Dracula as well as some of the creepiest fairy tales by the brothers Grimm in psychology. Carl Jung tried to explain monsters as any central part of development might in that they were seen as the quote otherness within ourselves. I kind of discussed with this with you. Cody Day in that how I was talking how we need to balance the light with dark so I think that's the same thing it's arguing and our gang. We all have a fascination with monsters. This podcast is an example. Cody are armchair. Chair crypto zoologists. That even if these creatures don't exist it's that innate curiosity of the possibility of their existence as society changes the faces of monsters changing. We'll continue you to do so when before we used to be freed of things like trolls and elves. Today's where we fear things such as candyman or to say that once monsters collection of our society and then all the terrible things in it as well as an escape from those terrible things monsters are ever evolving and as long as we have fears and terrible things going on in our world they will. Oh not go away in my opinion. That's escapism at its best interest inc.. I have like a believer skeptic question but I guess I wanNA save it maybe. For debunk okay. But I'm afraid that I'm going to. I'm going to forget it. I'm going to ask now for both of Y'all are there any monsters or creatures that either of you actually believe in. Yes yes. That's probably what got me. Hooked on your podcast in the first place you were immediately talking about things that I have seen with my own eyes so I can only to Chris as a believer in many of the things. He's seen. Yeah I'm sitting there at work. Listen to going. Oh my God I saw that too says yes shadow people. I can't talk about that right now. Is Definitely I've had encounters encounters with shadow people. But as far as what we're talking about today. The closest is a boyfriend who thought he was a vampire. Oh Shit are you talking about that in your story. No I wasn't going to because it's complicated and messy advocates network. Deep Ball Game L.. Dated someone who thought he was a vampire sidelining. I think he was just really sexually confused. Needed to explore some things and that arena. He had seen the horror many
"old england" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Defender preserver champion easy the easy warden guard keeper that sounds more more in the world. I'm thinking of curator caretaker steward trustee supervisor all of those words sound like the person that's nestles up to some fucking old guy you know wait for him to die and then all of a sudden the guy changed his will from the the steward his caretaker. He changed his will shortly after getting a new caretaker all right a person who looks after his legally responsible for someone who is unable to manage their own affairs especially an incompetent or disabled person or a child whose parents have died all right. I gotTa Look Up Guardian Horse because his gold digging horse and you gotTa Have Guardian Horse Jack The ripper victims had to be horse on. How the hell did I get here how to help it Carrie Fisher? My husband has been seeing prostitutes what part of the fucking Internet Internet Internet on my on why menus prostitutes because they leave Quentin Tarantino produced film post casting call for horse so what Quentin Tarantino produced film costs casting call for horse has caused controversy after facebook post invited waited whores to apply why why do Women Act like horse don't exist i. I just don't fucking understand it. Only they can say who's a horn who is it. WHO's a who were all right Jack? The ripper victims had to be horse. No no no it was it was I right to pay for a prostitute for my husband. Is the winner okay. Dead at Christmas comes early early with this article. If you were hoping to add to his repertoire or experience you will have failed says a woman name Annalisa Barbieri well we would. Why did you fucking ask her right? My husband and I have been together for six years. I married him when he was eighteen and I was twenty four. Oh Jesus robbing the cradle I discovered after we got married that he had sexual intercourse only with me me well. You didn't talk about that before he had sexual encounters with other women but he hadn't felt ready for intercourse at first allied acted like you know he was. He was a man of the world at this. I wasn't a problem now his younger your brothers are sexually active and have had multiple sexual partners. He has started to fill jealous yeah. This marriage is over. I felt that this jealousy was only going to grow and I didn't want him to develop feelings of resentment towards me and cheat on me. Jesus woman should get a fucking award if she's going to do what I think she's going to do also didn't want him to think he had missed out and get into his thirties or forties and leave me so he could experience what it feels like to sleep with other people as his step-dad did to his mom his mom. This must be over in Jolly Old England so I took out me pocket book so I booked our holiday to Amsterdam with the intention of paying for a prostitute for him. I felt this would be a safe safe option as it is a job and no feelings could develop plus. He would know he had slept with someone other than me. I don't know exactly how he would feel afterwards but I was willing to take this risk to save save the future of our marriage okay but now it has happened and he wasn't happy or fulfilled. He said he felt nothing at all. Yeah that's that is usually the feeling and it was very different and strange well. That's what happens. When you get some strange he was to fly? He was deflated afterwards and now he won't talk to me about it because he says it hurts them. I'm scared it is upset Him and worried. I should have done this we kind of went zero two fucking sixty while he was kind of driving ten miles an hour down a country road with you but then all of a sudden he got on the interstate. There.
"old england" Discussed on KTOK
"Yo-yo-you NewsRadio one thousand Canty. Okay. Lee Matthews April one thousand star one thousand Mindy rights Lee. You're so right about what you said earlier about. About baby it's cold outside. And she points to the fact that fifty shades of grey sold one hundred twenty five million copies. But baby it's cold outside is offensive, really? Four hundred thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand T. Okay. I was talking about court cases earlier, and here's one that may be very interesting to follow. What began as a traffic? Stop for a faulty headline has become potentially precedent shattering supreme court case with reverberations that could reach the White House. Police stop Terrence Martez gamble in mobile, Alabama, and searched his car and discovered nine millimeter handgun as a convicted felon. He was forbidden under both federal and state law from possessing a gun authorities prosecuted him for the offense a state judge sentenced him to a year in prison, and then a judge tacked on three more years. He's supposed to be behind bars until February twenty twenty Thursday. The supreme court will consider whether the pair of convictions and punishment by state and federal governments is unconstitutional. Gambles attorneys say is treatment, violates fifth amendment protection against double jeopardy. I don't know about that was that what he was arrested for in the first place and wasn't the same gun that was at the same count. See then it would be double jeopardy. He was charged under state in charged under federal and say, it was a gun and fractions if it was a gun infraction much, maybe it is and the same gun infraction felonies felony. If you're if you're go to jail from on a felony charge. You still can't have a gun. I understand that. But double jeopardy is getting arrested and thrown in jail for the same crime that you just committed in other words, if you've gone and done your time, and then you get out, and what are you pointing at me. Okay. Contrary to the text original meaning and purpose of double jeopardy clause. He must spend three additional years of his life behind bars. His attorneys wrote in the brief the legal arguments regarding the overlap a federal and state law enforcement have potentially big implications for the president's pardon power. The gamble cases stirring, speculation about the impact it could have on President, Donald Trump and individuals. He's hinted could soon receive pardons, including his former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort. Oh. If he pardons them, they cannot be retried and charged for the same crime. That's double jeopardy. The double jeopardy. Here is Ken Ken, Ken, you commit a crime under state law, and is your crime also fall under federal jurisdiction on some some aspect. I therefore the feds can go after you're gonna dish into that. And tack on more years. Oh, so it's the three years that they're griping about. It's not the okay. You like we like a kidnapper who kidnap somebody that state law and then murders them on on federal park. Now, he's under federal law died still don't see a violation here. I really don't because he's violated in a separate case violated state and federal law. State and federal law separate counts. Not the same count. See where I'm going. Yeah. I'm no lawyer. Maybe I'm wrong. What what is the federal law say about felons? Exactly. I I don't know. But here's what my perception. Here is my understanding of double jeopardy. Okay. You can't. And again, it was the it was the colonists trying to get away from English law. Over in England Mary old England if you got thrown into jail for stealing a loaf of bread, you were branded the rest of your life, a thief. Even if you did your time and got out of jail. You were branded a thief. And if you did anything else they would bring that back upon you all well, and he also stole bread when he was a kid. So now, we're going to throw him in jail for nine that was double jeopardy and others. You never finished serving your time. There's that movie double jeopardy. Where the woman goes to prison for killing. Her husband turns out, her husband wasn't dead. And then she when she walked out of jail, then she could go kill him because she was already arrested and did time for killing him. Even though he wasn't dead. So I again, don't I'm not sure I understood other than okay can the feds come back tack on more. But he the violation is the violation. It's a separate count. It's not the same original crime unless he was originally arrested for illegally possessing a firearm, and they're trying to use that same count. Again. I don't see the double jeopardy, but I'm not an expert. I'm not the lawyer. I keep saying that I have the fundamental understanding of the constitution and the meaning of the constitution, which I just explained. But you can tell me what you think. Newsradio one thousand T. Okay. I also don't understand why we're worried about what OPEC may or may not do because our own oil production is quite well at this point. And we may be able to sustain ourselves if we didn't have to depend upon OPEC, but we're going to get into that.
"old england" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Right musket fire a volley from the guns was the English settlers idea of fireworks. They did it over and over well without realizing it the English were technically ringing the dinner bell for Massa. So it here's Timothy Turner. He gets word probably from a messenger that there is a lot of gunfire coming from in and around the village because they're fouling because they're firing off their guns in celebration. And massa. So it would have left his community and gathered up warriors along the way. And when he arrives in the village, he arrived with ninety well armed men. Most historians will tell you. He was there to aid them in battle masses. So it didn't show up for a meal. He was keeping up his end of the mutual defense pact. He thought Plymouth was under attack most historians and historians like myself believe this totally happened by accident. There isn't anything going on. They see them celebrating. And so massive. So it is invited to stay that was costume by the English and accustomed by the natives to feed your guests, and so master so it sends out five of his men and they bring back five deer. How popular was that venison? Well, back in merry old England only royalty and the rich. Got to eat venison, which brings us to.
"old england" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"Well. Traditional anguish, as I know it. Old England and now frog. What did you just say, right? Then for those of us who don't know the language Rabe is actually rabbit. So you want a rabbit frogs love rabbit. Oh, no idea. This is news worthy as well. Brinton gray lady baby to prints putting history books. So what what other misconceptions are there about? I was placing by snake right bit by ask. You were not though. Okay. How did how did did you were you bit by bit by anything? No. I ate the snake. Whoa. Killed me. Because you ate a snake. Live snake? Up like spaghetti? They gave that spaghetti to meet during Jurassic world like you need to learn what this food. This legend about you being bit by snake? Just happened. No, she she learned what spaghetti is from the snake. And you retroactively learned that? Yeah. I spaghetti. I had slurped this NAACP that killed. So when you were eating the spaghetti. You were like oh my God. This exactly how I slurp snakes. And they're like, the analogy simpler, if you say slurp lake spaghetti, right? Got it. Yes. Now, Now, I. I. I can make it in this modern world was spaghetti was when Dr went to go to the doctor when I was five to have my testicle dropped and he fucking slapped me with Amana Cacho, and my mom explained to me that that's what spaghetti was you needed to manually drop it. Yeah. Had an undisputed testicle. So I had to get a doctor the going there and draw just massage it somehow. No, you slit in between the groin and you'll each up there, and you just pull it down into the sack and trying to like win a coke at a coke machine. If it doesn't drop you got. You can rock the machine back and forth eventually drops into the sack. And then it never it. You can always tell which one was the one that was undecided. Yeah. It stays tight that to Alexander the great. Yeah. But he's he descended. Okay. But I did that kind of move and heat. A lot of people say if you tug on your balls at the point of climax, it'll slow it down a little bit, maybe even increased stimulation. So give that crack. Involves I learned all those words from drastic world too. So why why why would you a snake like that? I was kinda messed up and just hungry me. And my me, and Mike we were just kind of looking for stuff to eat. Jacob some wine, and I gotta tell you why back in the day. At wine. Yeah. Like, you didn't know if you'd be able to see after you took a swig, or what would happen sounds fucking fog fun. So is there a snake in a bowl somehow crawled up into a bowl, and you just you're like, hey. Yeah. Naked a ball eating apple. Too good to be true. So then we can do where he would have won end. Oh, Oh, it's it's lady lady in in the the trample. trample. You've You've got got us. us. Lady strangle hold off. And wait and see the live action when it comes in. Way better. Just wait. He's got it figured out. With the thing we loved about those cartoons as we eventually wanted to see live action versions of them. Yeah. So he started with one end. But then I got greedy. Nice slurped all of it out of his mouth. Was it wasn't it? We gotta be careful when you're eating ask..
"old england" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Ninety four WIP organic borgata. Angelo, Cataldi RIA us be joining me pretty soon, we're going to have dick for meal on I think Hollis is gonna check in from jolly old England. I'll be the first one to say that it's the eagles fans have getting a little bit. Repetitive to the stories about the eagles fans. Taking over cities. It's every city you go is kind of I do find it rather. Comical that you travel thousands of miles to go to England London. And then you find a Philadelphia bar to hang out at. I think I would think maybe wanna go go to another place, but they've been placed the could've gone, right? Literally on pass young. But night is kind of cool when you go out, and you have the Philadelphia bar, and they'll take over the city, and it'll be it'll be wild. They'll have the eagles chance and this. I'm hoping that this isn't the last hurrah of that. Because what the downside of this is this is like I'm trying to think of it's like, there's no upside to this game to me, there's enormous downside. But very little upside. If if you lose this game cyanide are good night. The upside isn't so high. This is the worst this is. So so nerve wracking to go in because all you're you're facing you're facing the abyss. And if you win you're just basically on a solid kind of. But not like, it's not like a huge. Oh, wow. Everything's fine. It's just like, oh good. We got through that. We're supposed to this is this is an enormous risk situation here going through she there's risk reward. It's it's weird. It's like, okay. Big risk win this bigger reward. This is this is trista. And the reward is only. Well, good thing you won that offer. And so they're really they're really facing a tough a tough time going in there. And this is where you quarterbacks got to calm things down and get things in order. And it's also it's also the game where the general managers kind of. I think have to decide now what do I go forward or not? I mean, you you never want to say, look, let's just presuppose here that they lose this thing. Well, if you're the GM you're going to go risk assets on on a season that you're couple of below five hundred. And then maybe the Redskins are for real. Or do you think? Maybe we can turn everything around. It's a really puts him in a really bad. But then on the other hand if you win for him if you win it's big I think in terms of going out what you're going to get to kind of balance your season. The game starts at for you. For you. For those going to church you have to get there early with. I'm sure they'll have eagles. Cheers at seven thirty in the morning and green communion, whatever they do. Eat whatever eagles mass. I do not like. I everybody says I'll be cool to be on the west coast. You get all the games in early. Like, I have no interest in a game at nine thirty in the morning, none at all zero. I mean, I even a huge tennis fan when they had breakfast at Wimbledon. Like, I just can't do it just not enough program to watch sporting events in the morning like that. And I've covered enough where I'm overseas combined in here. Talking to people back here at nine thirty in the morning. It's just weird. I don't like the time at all. I don't I don't see how you the usual gathering of people takes place. I mean, some bars gonna open we're going to be at places, and they'll be open early. It'll be different. But if you gave me the elective of that, there's no way. There's just no way to do that I guess after spending all those times as a kid and parent getting up at seven o'clock for games like this. I need the adult times. So that'll be a strange strange thing to go over there. And do that for the eagles. It certainly sounds like everybody's mindsets. Find his. With with all the travel teams have done anymore. I don't think you're going to be out of out of your sorts. You'll never be an excuse that couldn't get used to the surroundings, whatever it's not going to happen. And if you play the one game you're over you there early enough. So that should be fine. But I don't I don't I don't I would never want to see it again at nine thirty in the morning. I think it's dumb, and I wouldn't want to live on the west coast and have to go through that. Your own team. It's fine because you played later game. So you're one anyway, but to watch them, but so it'll be huge. We'll see with people. I'm curious the the emotional level at nine thirty in the morning, and what's going on. How it upsets your weekend? What you're gonna do. Are you gonna deal with this? You're gonna have I wonder if people will still have people the the gatherings at home. One thing to ask somebody to put on a party at one o'clock on Sunday. And you know, what it's like you're out running around and eleven thirty making sure you have everything because you forgot something matching at nine thirty in the morning. What's going to happen there? So the eagles are facing in one enormous enormous test their meanwhile, the Sixers have admitted they had to get things straightened out. Flyers got shut out in Boston in a really Boston's missing two defensemen coming off a road trip. The cloud the crowd they're lacking little energy because they're baseball team. They just watched two nights and flyers couldn't muster anything. Couple of good chances goalie played well against them, actually, very well, but they didn't have the sustained attack and it's getting late very early for that team there. It was a another loss in a shutout. And that's when you when you got shut out on at least, it's on the road. I know when you get when you go to a game, especially if you have kids and there are no goals for your home team. Because all all you've gone for is to cheer and Nain hockey. It's like soccer kind of a little well a lot better in terms of goals. But you expect to see goals you cheer. They've taken most of the hits out of the game. So some of that is not there. Get shut out. There's nothing worse. It's you leave a building when a fan goal now. Maybe you see some great saves. But the hair to see the goals, and I'm always for all offense. I was very disappointed. I am in see one of the Bruins goes got tipped. I'd still looking at trying to find the tip on McDonnell tip the shot, Pat. They went past Eliot. I'm taking kids to the game for the first. I'm Clark flyers game. Two of his friends. We got seats right behind the flyers bench. Are you telling me you better? Hope they score. Well, you've never been to a hockey on they'll enjoyed it. It's good theater. Plus you're going to the Halloween going to the helmet. We're our hope is to see dressed up as you can you get. I'm just gonna go as myself. That's frightening enough. You can get the kids dressed up though. You know, how many times I've already dressed him up in the past week. Now, I am not going to introduce the dressing up, and they'll be fine refund. They'll see people dressed up. They're going to be no matter. What happens in that game? In terms of people's outfits won't match. What I sought Metallica. Yeah. I arrive at the arena at four something, and there's tents huge Tim like, oh my God. It's an eagles game. Same crowd. Well, no, it's it's it's it's seventy year old guys and black T shirts. No, no. That's what it is. It's really it was really wild. It was an interesting. It was an interesting night down down there at the the Wells Fargo, and it'll be an interesting weekend coming up with with the eagles. And I I'm I'm looking at this one like this is this is one of those where you just better you you just better win. You just you ha this is one of those losing is not an option. This is literally losing is not an option if you who's this game. Don't come home because they won't be prey have arrived. Our on three AM. They have arrived in London they've arrived. But you can you had better not lose this game. Must you hear must win. Must win can't lose. No excuses, everything on the line. So it's gonna be interesting to see how they react to that inland. And we'll be talking about that. We've got dick for meal. I'm sure he's coming on Ross. Tucker will be on Ross, by the way, it gets better. And better for those. That are on Twitter Twitter is pretty funny. He's a huge foodie. So I always interested in his food selections from week to week. And of course, all the gambling stuff down here. All right, Dan, Angelo, Cataldi here, RIA alum organic time and ninety four their backs five fifty two.
"old england" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"President trump continuing his european tour if you will be landed in jolly old england and they had planned all these protests for him to greet him because apparently they're not happy with him and unlike my greetings to vince every morning where i have donuts for him and and and i and i put flowers put rose petals on the floor just like it did this morning for you thank you the jacket was nice touch i like that i like walking all over did you get there was a puddle on the floor after all it it it is friday so i i do try to treat you nicely is so but here's the thing they were expecting all of these protesters to to line the streets of london and other places in oxfordshire where oxfordshire as they like to say we're the president was going to be dining at platinum castle and they really had hundreds there were very disappointed by the turn out apparently people didn't have the time maybe there are other things they're protesting in england so they didn't have the time to protest the president so the big balloon now the big balloon did you see it does not actually that big it's it's kind of small and pathetic well listen they don't do balloons like we did like for instance the macy's day parade it's kind of world class it's hard to top that definitely and there's nothing i mean they're not winning when it comes to balloons they're fouling entirely because the balloon is really small it's pathetic looking and trump will never see it i mean it's going to be anywhere in proximity to this dumb balloon the mayor went out of his way to take official time to authorize to fly over his city exactly so so so the here's the thing though it's very ineffective the bottom line is they were just holding a bunch of signs and there were only one hundred a couple of hundred thousands of them so i thought that that was very very interesting because we know there's a lot of friction between the donald trump and mrs may there's a lot of friction between the two of them the trump's arrived from london by marine one and then they were driven in the the beast which is the presidential limousine this thing is you don't realize how armored that thing is until you see i think did you say this vince when you see the agent open the door did you were you the one who told me this yeah he tries to open that door and you could see like pushing against it it's so thick the next time you see the agent in the front opened the door look at how thick it is it's crazy that that thing is so armored so they call it the beast so they brought the beast with them and they drove in the beast to blend castle near woodstock and offer oxfordshire and they're the he had dinner with leaders of the financial services travel creative food engineering technology infrastructure pharmaceutical.
"old england" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I think in the tournament himself on the round of sixteen stage i think you'll be coming up against from brazil and uruguay going to be up against portugal stand up drastically different from the colombian horrible game against poland if they beat beat around the sixteen england belgium team no doubt about it now belgium in england tomorrow and belgium as slight favorite there as far as the three way result but you know i could see a draw as a as a plus two five there with these two teams but you know to meet belgium and you know i mean you're you're a guy that has seen hurricane come on the sienese had a brilliant world cup so far but again they don't need this game and at position for position man for man i don't think they're near a strong as belgium as far as veteran leadership so even though belgian may rest some guys is there still a good opportunity to make some money in a game that england does not need and harry kane may get arrested know portion of this game your take would you take a shot at belgium i would avoid those league play not wants to win this game the way is situated it's so much more group to win it and we could have dissolved teams really not wanting to win the game i think the the old england england reinstatement a little bit harder play outfield england camp maybe make six changes or something like that save for england in the group standings and and it goes all the way down the final count criteria six point eight goes and they both can feed the goes between the team rinku which came to lower amount com direct great with that on on a new school line i think it'd be a fantastic makers may maybe wise today and i think we all and maybe up significantly by the time it gametime rose around i think there's going be a winner probably being millions i think though absolutely whatsoever be very brief hockey occupy that that prime scott on the right hand side of the girl that second place in the group would offer all right martin now tell people how to make money on japan because you said take a shot at japan there were seven to one to win their group another taking poland and on the three way result you can get japan at a plus.
"old england" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Justify rape to lose without a doubt we will get to see all that is gronkowski going off at twelve to one odds where can you tell us about this horse that's kind of as you could imagine has hit the mainstream a little bit because of its name but the funny thing is gronkowski doesn't come from new england he actually comes from old england he had raced in england and he comes over to america we had the hopes of running in the kentucky derby but he suffered a setback for now he's pointing to the belmont he's won four races in a row for this'll be a completely different ballgame for him because it's the first time he'll be running on dirt it's the first time he'll be going a mile and a half intriguing or but he's a bit of an unknown at the moment but you know at the same time when rob gronkowski got into the nfl i kinda tight end position and revolutionize it that's the worst on cousy will try to do on saturday let's go a little bit deeper here for the entertainment purposes only right who so of justify is who you're going with to win who you take into finish behind him that's a good question and i think proviso could have a another good race in him go and justify are going to be only two morse's in the field actually running all three triple crown races and i think they've been through the song a three year olds and really you know when it came down to the end of the pretense that the race for a hundred yards longer bravado may attack up to five that doesn't take anything away from justify he won the race he did enough to win he went through a very top rate being pressured by good magic but i'll pick proviso for second and i'll put offered up there as well and gigi bagging on you're talking about before i came on changes jerseys with with the nuggets one of the interesting things about this triple crown is that justified going to be changing jerseys in the first two races he ran in the white jumps of the winstar farm but he also has co owners china north slob so we'll be wearing a different uniform i don't think there's ever been a triple crown winner who changed the silks that they wear for.
"old england" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
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For royal wedding guests, it's all about the well-plumed hats
"Twenty four seven news continues now on komo news well it's finally arrived royal wedding time it's a wedding and excitement has reached a fever pitch in jolly old england as well as progressively young seattle granddaughters over they're gonna sit up all night and watch the wedding laura lewis is ready so is laurie duckworth i've never been really excited over a royal wedding before it's interesting and i'm like that's cool you know but this one was just it was a is a bit more and i think it's because american girl and laurie's been working pretty hard this week at her business called british bites as you can imagine the phone has been ringing people started enquiring we started getting phone calls severe like okay you know we can accommodate that and then by yesterday we just guy hagi crump it's harry and markle a combination guaranteed to give your tr up an extra sparkle the real good thing for everybody whether you're british or not brian calvert komo news in case you're wondering prince charles will walk megan down the aisle when she marries today kensington palace announced today that marco asked her future father in law to walk her down the aisle at saint george's chapel and he accepted the announcement comes a day after the american actress said her father would not be able to attend her wedding and performed the traditional honor because he's recovering from a heart attack that's richard jordan reporting reaction to the upcoming royal wedding is well mixed hits expected that over twenty three million americans will tune in saturday morning to watch prince harry wet meghan markle but it would seem the younger crowd another likely to sleep in i'm happy for them they're in love so that's nice doesn't affect me too much in the news definitely still for many above fifty years of age especially women the high fashion romance story is too much to turn down to see what they're going to wear she's so beautiful and he's so handsome we.
"old england" Discussed on KOMO
"The president talked about public health and trump seems not to know the difference between too much discussed viruses the difference between the hp so i was able to explain that those are rarely confused with each other also shared a story suggesting his wife melinda was disturbed when the president seemed to take a keen interest in the gates has grown daughter jennifer scary daughters well we've reached out to the white house for comment on these remarks corwin hake komo news plenty to get up early tomorrow morning komo's brian calvert says there are plenty of locals excited to witness history before the sun comes up so wedding and excitement has reached a fever pitch and jolly old england as well as progressively young seattle having my granddaughter's over they're gonna sit up all night and watch the wedding laura lewis is ready so is laurie duckworth i've never been really excited over royal wedding before it's interesting and i'm like that's cool you know but this one was just it was a is a bit more and i think it's because american girl laurie's been working pretty hard this week at her business called british bites as you can imagine the phone has been ringing people started in cranks we started getting phone calls okay you know we can accommodate that and then by yesterday just got hit he crump harry and markle a combination guaranteed to give your tr up an extra sparkle the real good thing for everybody whether you're british you're not calvert komo news time to check into the.
"old england" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"I was seventeen are meant up just thinking to myself for the first time i think hun guy i've just things suddenly crystallise the new as soon as i think that i realise what might be sleep i think have a a sexual feelings but go by seems to be having nice feelings for guys that is obviously what's going on here so i kind of came into this issue willie through my own personal experience how that was actually not long off the realization that i spending without the coming a question and how did that happen on a couple of of good christian friends at that time on pay but were kind enough to invite me today churches youth ministry um i was selfconscious enough to took repeatedly saying they think he um but then i finished my high school exams held a long summer where i had literally nothing to do my friends again said hey joe when it comes to walk all churches use ministry i could i couldn't think of a reason not to add up over key guys are i'd like to know what makes you take on openminded on the whole goal thing all all come along and see what you have to say to yourself and solvents and also the youth group uh someone says up to give a talk and i can still men by this man paying this the bible is not about good people for us to copy it's about bad people to whom gulf this good and say for the very first time in my life on his obvious exposed to the message of grace it actually christianity is about gold rewarding good tv about go to giving bad people and i haven't heard that in my life season growing up in mary old england and up against the realized that the the jesus of the gulf the jesus who was there was far more interesting than the jesus oxide had in my mind growing up it's fortunate isn't it that that most people who reject god are rejecting the god that all of us would reject in other words if goss his god where the god that uh the atheist say he is uh this dour judgmental unpleasant see your who wouldn't reject him emily atvs only people because the culture presents a certain image of him and of course since christians aren't perfect they often communicate the wrong things i know i do so.
"old england" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And around the world winds the around the world i mean some of our guests come from around the world now here we are in study florida and we are going to go right now halfway around the world to england for our next guest he's going to be talking about breathed it's opening in theaters today it's a new film and i can't wait to talk to him because i love the premises joining us right now is russell andrew garfield high andrew how are you hey i wa i knew that house things in jelly old england today and jolie england it is a blow up three win tree all come low grade day which is the usual weather for our london town here but no very very happy to be talking to though on as you know kind of the depressed you but right here it's beautiful and sunny in about eighty degrees so but hey look whose bray edna andrew congratulations on all the success you've had and film i know that you were born here in america but landed in london and we want to talk about that history but i wanna talk about a true story that d dealing today called breathe find this pretty interesting it's a love story between a couple and they find out early in their marriage that robin kevin is stricken with polio and only given a few months to live tell us what happens if they don't wanna give away the whole story here but we want people to go to the theaters right now of course yeah so roping the character that i play played all a true story the roofing kavindele as you say he was he was struck with polio when he was 28 when he was playing in in africa with his new wife is new gorgeous wife there was a real blow to is sensitive himself he was paralysed from the neck down.
"old england" Discussed on WWL
"Saints will contest a regular season football game in shali old england last time around was nine years ago with two thousand eight win over the din san diego chargers quarterback drew brees is one of just two active seitz who played in that ballgame long with right office to tackle zach streep he says it's no valuable to have someone around who's been there done that i think this the plan on and and knowing what to expect in the way that we can communicate that wish all indicate that hershiser said a really good plan coming into this report essay stays off with the miami dolphins this time around tick off will be at eight thirty sunday morning on wwl could a quarterback controversy brewing baton rouge lsu coach edwards ordure on gave significant play time to backup qbe miles brennan on saturday night despite the outcome of the tigers matchup with syracuse having still very much been in doubt or is ron says though that at lincoln still the starter that brennan's appearance in the game was about giving a young player crucial live game experience you don't fall by hosting live with put away with approachable with both of those the writer who thought that he will perform very well we're draws as expect to see more of rented this saturday when number twenty five lsu host troy and amazingly there are still first to be had in major league baseball despite well over a century is worth of feet in the books last night the minnesota twins completed the best turnaround in the sport's history it became the first team to ever make the playoffs the season after losing one hundred gives the twins clinched despite losing the cleveland four two thanks to a loss by the.
"old england" Discussed on Very Bad Words
"So there are actually many grow cut lanes in old england's and today of course grow count lanes don't exist at all in the city of oxford for example what was once called broken lane is now called magpie lane and it was named group currently in a long time ago perhaps before it was considered taboo is just of sexual word so while we don't know if current was taboo at the time of naming of the street broken lane for sure it was most certainly taboo by the time shakespeare was reading his place shakespeare use dead for definitely is kind of a bad words for for penning an affair humor in comedy in his works in hamlet frank at all when affiliate tell hamlet that yes he can lie in her lap hamlet puns in his response do you think i meant country matters into all night shakespeare finds a coded way to spell out the word when malval recognizes his ladies quote sees her use an her cheese so in that shakespeare's era was already a source of of schoolboy humor as it were so welt w enough to require some cloak it of the word which probably had more to do with the lowkey with sex nut specifically the word it wasn't until the victorian era that cut became a really bad dirty word and then it started sort him going down the hill are becoming worse or a process that linguist called pageri on there is this agent levin dictionary the bulger tung france's growth defined it as a nasty name for a nasty thing and at talks about kind of the victorian age lead 19 th early twentiethcentury when bulger an obscene language was on bodily parts language as opposed to just saying words related to religion like swearwords innocent christ our hell and things like that okay samat did you ask evelyn why this happened to the word carr's sexist pretty integral to our lives in one way or another so we also love the.