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"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

04:05 min | Last week

"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"Costanzo. And i'm joined with my co host patrick foot patrick. How are you on this very very very fun. Day i Fabulous is always fabulous. November's hair was twenty. Twenty gumbo like hopefully puck down only hasn't flown past but it can't get out of here fast enough. Yes that's the best way to but it's been a great year for eighty history and is definitely been a great year for eighty history two reasons first of 'cause it's been on sort of a best you've got this year continue any beginning late. Twenty nine nine. How what it's grown but manny man. We could do a whole podcast just about this year. We do a week by week. Analysis of twenty twenty seven point poor. Yes yes we would simply have to be sure to to take a proper account of our mental health before beginning it. We had to live at once but her account at my gun. Whoa this is definitely a year. The history Historians hug into accounting. But we go back. Two hundred and twenty one eighty to a hundred and thirty ad. Aren't we pull. That is the plan and we do start with you but before we get into that. Let's lay down our necessary obligatory now legendary. Ad history podcast round rules one evaluate events in the context. They occur to over.

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"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"Patrick Foot Patrick. Our you enduring. I'm doing the case. So April is behind us at eight propose Hyun. Uk The first full month of lockdown. And it just made me realize like this is probably April. Twenty twenty was probably the first month in a very long time where like I hadn't seen my friends impersonal. I see my friends most weeks at least once a week or leave my hometown at least once a week is oh man like I did. That is just. That's what came to mind for me. But how are you handling this? You know it's funny. You should put it just that way. In fact it's weekend was the first time I had seen one of our friends. We were able to go for a walk and at that point. Because we've been in lockdown Like maybe a week or two longer. It had been well over a month and it's kind of weird because everybody has their own sliding scale of what they're willing to do and what they're not willing to do. What questions should take crossings? They shouldn't take but it was. Just it was good. It felt good. Feel good to be outside and all of that and stuff and and get to see a a wonderful friend of mine. Who I know is listening right now. You know I'm talking about and you know this would be so much worse if this was the end of November but luckily where I am in the northeast of the United States has been earlier. And it's brilliant today as we as record so before we get rolling here today. We're only a few days out from May eighth. Which is the seventy fifth anniversary of victory in Europe Day the day in which the allies accepted. The unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany and its axis. Collaborators and as far as annual celebrations of historical events are concerned. There are very few if any that are bigger and more important and widely celebrated than the day in particular and so Patrick. I talked about it and just like last time. We want to hear your views on what you believe is the most important overlooked or most overlooked important fact in general about World War Two and just like last time you can email it to us at eighty history odd cast at Tgi in review dot com. You can send it to us as a tweet at eighty history piece on twitter. You can find us on Instagram facebook. Leave it as a comment. Leave a comment on Youtube. You CAN MESSAGE TO US. But there is one difference. This time this time we are also accepting voice. Answer submissions to this question. So if you can keep it under two minutes and an MP three form. Send us your submission as a recorded submission and we may include it in our upcoming episode. Yep couldn't put it better myself. I'm reading for you're reading. What you guys have to give to us and hearing you half Ras oh so blown away by the response from the last time we pose a question to you guys and really forced to do again and it can be about anything More interesting of course the Second World War. Everyone knows the big picture details about Second World War Paul said ruined to know the more forgotten lesser known facts about it. What you guys may know. You can share to not only us but the eighty history listening base. Oh totally in fact. I would even say that in the short history of a show that has been by far one of the most gratifying experiences. You and I had gotten the opportunity to enjoy and you guys came through early so like I said we want to hear your thoughts on this question you can write out on email eighty history podcast at TGI interview dot Com.

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"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

06:38 min | 8 months ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"Podcast I M Paul K Di Costanzo and I'm joined by my co host Patrick Foot Patrick. How are you holding up in these uncertain times? I'm pulled it off a K. As people may not know my recording area where I work is in a basement in a basement of where I live so being in a basement. Just be extra secure as you mentioned before before. We started recording on the very day agreeable at the moment. Oh I don't blame you whatsoever. It is it is very much what he would call in one of the early episodes around y. Two K. Is exactly but speaking of it being your time. Pool of people listen to eighty his used to know about what's going on at the moment they want to know it was going to the past. So let's speak talking about more light in the news and speaking of your time. Happy Birthday on the day record. This is in fact your birthday so big big happy birthday. Well thank you so much. Yeah you know. That's the great thing about a march seventeenth birthdays. It's very easy to remember and I turned thirty three today. So you know that's a thing but in fairness you know I I've stopped after the age of twenty five. I kind of stopped thinking about my birthday. That much hesitancy to sneak up on me despite the fact that I love people you know tax day. May and saying happy birthday and that really does mean a lot to me when you get to a certain point so at twenty five. It was kind of the last marker because that was the age that I needed to reach in order to be able to rent a car and not costing an arm and leg and one thing I can say about especially for people in the United States who you know in their case. No that Saint Patrick's Day has a tendency for debauchery. And that's definitely true and I can't even begin to tell you how amazing it was to turn twenty one on March seventeenth when going to college at Loyola Chicago Chicago on Saint Patrick's Day is famous for many reasons and though I won't go into an immense amount of detail we'll give you one great story that night and I was going out with some friends and we had a good time. Everyone was safe. There was nothing uncouth per se. We certainly nothing that I would share in that regard but I remember going up to A bar on the outside and there was a bouncer and of course I was carted and he goes down and he looks at my driver's license and he looks up at me and he says that's dangerous. Let's get you a beer so you know that's that's one of the great stories of my birthday and it's a great memory to be sure but I'm not the only person who has a birthday today. Patrick no tool so this is kind of a double whammy of easy history. Two of the free voices you hear on a regular basis an eighty history. Sheriff they end well. It might well this. They might share my name. It doesn't share my birthday. It's also Anna Doman these birthday today as well. Which is really would beagle coincidence. That is so happy birthday Anna. Thank you so much for always being here. She recalled introduction every time on the PODCAST It's amazing how how correct she gets it every time. The precision is truly mind blowing. And you know you sit back. And we think about us in total. We have to Saint Patrick's Day birthdays and a Patrick Foot. I don't know exactly what that means but I think it's a good thing is very graphic and speaking of good things. Should we get with today's episode? Yes yes we should but before we do two quick items one. We still are getting a lot of questions about. Are you guys going to produce an episode more than once a month? Are you really planning on doing this for eighteen years? And so question number two. Are we planning on doing this for eighteen years? The answer of course is no. We're not doing this until we're well into middle age at all right. Let's let's get that clear right off the bat. That would be strange to give just a little bit more insight. Because we've been kind of a. We've mentioned this issue but not in any real detail. Basically what Patrick an I need to do is very simple is from the beginning. Our general approach has been that we want the show to be as as solid from both a content perspective and a technical perspective as can possibly be done so prior to even launching the show there was an extended a years long process of getting all the right equipment we needed to do the show the way we felt it needed to be done and deserved to be done and you deserve to hear. Were coming to a point now where it's not an issue of recording more shows. It's an issue of editing them and may seem like oh well you know. It's just two guys on on two tracks. How difficult can it be? It can be extremely difficult and it's very much challenge because there's a lot that goes on. I can't even begin to enumerate all of them but the fact of the matter is and this is where the sticking point comes is that because we are not professional editors and producers of audio in particular and we have gained a lot of technical knowledge. It still takes a considerable amount of time to do it right and even then you know. It's still a learning process for us. We can hear episode number one and compare it to our most recent episodes and we can see how we've learned and we can see how we've improved but right now. Our job has everything to do with finding a a proper fit and terms of an editor. And we're going about a few different ways of doing that. However if anybody here is listening that has any suggestions or even may be interested in contacting and potentially working with us. That's something we are open to and we're not looking for volunteer work but we are looking for something that works for both parties. Ask so that we can start doing eighty history in a way. That is is more frequent. Because it's interesting and you know we have a long way to go so we just wanted you guys to know exactly where we were on that issue because we get asked about it often and you guys deserve to know what we're thinking in a bit more detail so stay tuned for that and we have other things upcoming. That may help with that as well. But we'll get into in detailed another time but the second thing.

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"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"I'm joined by my co host. Patrick Foot Patrick. We have two very important things off the bat. One for a show that examines history on a decade by decade basis. We have a whole new decade ourselves ended addition to that we have a special Guest for the first time in her chair this we do. It's a super super exciting new year new decade but same old eighty history. We still plowing free. We don't really concerned with a twenty two thousand just yet has gonNA take a sub time to get there. That's for sure it's very exciting. Reported talk about that of further without lying by a pool. Would you like to introduce us to new guest I most certainly would. It is my pleasure to introduce TJ founder and editor in chief better known as our boss Kristen Easter Bird. And we're bring her in today. Not just because we we want to in a wonderful way to introduce the third chair in future episodes. But we're also talking about someone today. Who has a very specific specialization and background that it is going to be extremely helpful and examining one of the major figures in this episode and so for this case? We're talking about somebody who has graduate graduate level education and neuroscience in addition to working professionally in Clinical Medical Research Ladies and Gentlemen Burston Easter Berg. Low Eighty history listeners. My name is kristen. EASTERBROOK and I'm happy to join you today in the third chair. And we're very excited to have you here as workers since can be radio began bring a completely different perspective to what we're talking about today which we simply wouldn't be able to well. I am happy to give another perspective on today's very very how shall I say very storied and very controversial figure at least in our first segment. Paul do you want to take it from here..

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"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

14:33 min | 1 year ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"Di Costanzo and I am joined by my co host Patrick Foot. Who Have you been doing you know Patrick. It's the middle of August and it has been blistering here in the northeast but not today today is in the low seventies. It's beautiful fill out and you and I are inside recording yeah well. I'm on the opposite end of that spectrum. It's awful outside. We've had a really really rubbish weather. Eh Radio Obvious Weber in August this year. It's really sad because last summer was beautiful here in England and I spent the majority of a cost the my arm so I can really fully enjoy it so get and the weather is awful. Now is unhappy to be inside well that it makes one of us but in any case very few things that I enjoy more than recording eighty history and specifically what we have in line for today yeah because there's Patrick you are going to go into a place with long that I think has a very strong possibility to blow a lot of people's minds. It certainly did for us yet. This absolutely blew my mind and what's lucky about this. Is it so more or less perfectly fits of the structure of our podcast so one one to ten eighty one survey rungs rise to power whereas eleven to twenty eighty it more or less end. I mean actually ends in twenty eight but we'll go over just a little bit for this one because it wouldn't make sense ended twenty a d. It makes most end at twenty three so yes so if you haven't listened to the first episode I personally would really recommend gay Mac listening to it my intention. This podcast is for it to be like one continues being listened from the beginning fifties dipping from now. I'm going to fill you guys in briefly on what we talked about in the last episode. Where would I talked about anyway. Lake Patrick Right before we begin. I think this is the right time to finally introduced the highly anticipated and entirely necessary. Ad History History podcast ground rules take.

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"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

14:24 min | 1 year ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"I'm paul costanzo and i am joined by my illustrious co host sir patrick foot patrick. How are you this evening. I am wonderful this evening. I am good. Mike body is good. My spirit is good but the weather not not so good over over here. You know people will said the wherever and i've always tried to not let by that stereotype but when it goes from sunny one day to pouring down rain the other day it kinda one gets the better of you. Do you know what i mean. I certainly can understand how that might be disruptive to be sure but we're finally here. We're finally doing this. We have finally elite here. Doing this is so exciting to finally start this journey. We've been talking about it for so long now and finally have it here and to have in a way people are listening to it is crazy. I'm so happy to finally be doing this. It is truly mind boggling to be sure <hes> so <music> <hes> before we kick it off. We have two questions answer what is a._d. History and who are we so eighty. History is an idea. I had years ago now and paul. You're very kindly helped shape into what it is but fundamentally that initially i had has always been the same and that's telling the story from one eighty two right now h._d. As we like to call and yes oh every episode we are going to be looking at some <hes> big events that was happening in the ten years as of history so in this first episode we're going to be looking at one to roughly ten eighty next episode eleven twenty eight and so on and just as we employed applied weaving this big epic tapestry of human history of world history even even just how we got from there to where we are now looking characters actors who appeared who left behind the empire that rose and fell all of that going up to now. It's definitely a big task but poor. Do you think we're up to it well. It's this way when you first approached me with the idea as you had it in mind. At the time i saw as one of those supreme challenges that i simply could not possibly possibly pass up in addition to the fact of getting to work with somebody who is both an excellent friend as well as someone whose work i admire immensely and at some point we'll tell the story of how that all came to be biden. Next question is who are we so yeah. My name is patrick patrick foot. I imagine all of you guys listening may very well know me from name explain and yet on that channel on youtube a do exactly what it sounds like ideal explain how things got their names and with that comes over geography comes over linguistics comes in like a coacher comes over religion even and of course it comes with a low of history and i do have a huge love of history. I mean it's probably like one of my second favorite of the language so the channel covers language bridge and this podcast gets to each gets the scratch my history which and that's really exciting twenty outlet talk more directly about history and and not just names in history and i started doing a name explain about free just a free years ago now and it started as just a smoking is making a meyer parents bedroom that that my bedroom in my parents asking you sit in my parent's bedroom and then from that is just evolved into my full utah job and what i do for my main living now so it's just it's been really crazy have just sitting in my room in my parents house has created this creates a me and yet a now take this next step not even a step forward. Let's step to the side and make this new venture into the world of a._d. History but poll told that that's just me you're you're. You're one half of this podcast. What about yourself well. My name is paul katie costanzo. I am the managing editor for t._g._i. Jenar at t._g._i. Interview dot com and my story now is coming up on four years old and at some point i am certain we we can get into the more interesting details of this because i like many people nowadays have always found it interesting path into something that they didn't necessarily early expect and should we ever get to that point in time. I'm more than interested in and telling that story because it's quite pecan. Certainly you know that story patrick uh i noticed story however <hes> in our case when it comes to history. I love history for me. My primary specialization comes down to the world wars the cold war at twentieth century history but i particularly love the second world war. I find it absolutely engaging. There's always something new to learn. There's always new perspectives and so i been publishing on that now for several years and addition to having a reader right in q. and a. column column called the world war two brain bucket which i very much <hes> encourage people to go and read and will include a link down in the description for you listening opening on youtube but when when you brought this up to me i thought to myself boy. This is a supreme challenge and i've always been very inspired by other youtube channels on the one in particular in this case would be the great war which some of you may be familiar with yeah as well as world war two in real time which has also hosted by the same indian idol from the great war so i've always found this particular arrangement sensationally satisfying away that is totally ineffable and now i get to work with somebody who's company. I immensely enjoy and whose work i very much admire and we're doing this and and i want to say poor. I couldn't do this without you like. I said i may have had the abbot helped sculptor and you are like electricity you the resident soup the history buff of the two of us even though i do know about history ah having you and my side as part of this what has been a really good friend is just going to help so much more round out our understanding of all of these past two thousand or so years well you know i feel exactly the same way about you patrick and it gives me all all the confidence in the world that were embarking on something truly special and now we are. We begin embarking on that right away. Exactly who think it's best she first of all should we explain how this gonna go down so you research one part of the world and i've researched a number part of the world. I think any fair you go first because what you've been looking into a._d. History wouldn't exist without what you've been looking into so what patrick of course is referring to two in a d is the latin translation into english roughly as the year of the lord and it's a measuring of an epoch that started a little over two thousand years ago with the birth of jesus of nazareth and it was originally created graded by a roman catholic monk named denies jesus and the early sixth century and at the time he was not looking to create this epoch of the last two thousand years he was actually trying to figure out a new more accurate calendar for mapping out easter easter however about three hundred years later in medieval europe it ended up getting in his case posthumously adopted to to create this great marker that crates epoch now obviously on a domini stands for in the year of the lord as opposed to what is commonly misunderstood to be after after death in fact the exact opposite of that even though before christ certainly works out in the case of a d. It is the birth of jesus of nazareth that marks. It's the beginning of the a._d. Period now there's a few things i wanna lay down here before we get into the discussion when we're doing this. There's a challenge to both houses says the hosts and use the listener to do our best to evaluate historical events in the context they occurred simply because in modernity a d we are very very set and very much believe in a certain morality a certain justice and the way things should be in our is in the present but as it was so well put at one time history and the past is like a different country is is one of my favorite favorite phrases the passes another country i ever since he told me that because you mentioned to me were when we weren't recording in the past and that's just stuck with me so much every time i read history i sort of think that's a different country now and it really changes your perspective on the past. It makes you think that was an old like that. Wasn't that nation doing it. Now we hose the current nation accountable for that nation did in the past. If that makes sense absolutely makes a ton of sense the the second thing that we need to keep in mind here is that when it comes to the subject of jesus it's very much much heavy lifting if i can put it any way in particular but there's a few things that i definitely wanted to spell right off the bat and the biggest one is when we talk about. We're looking at the historical jesus. That's not a code word for the real jesus. It's simply a way of evaluating events within modern historical standards of how we discover and learn research history and we're looking at had like i said through that historical <hes> point of view what would largely be considered post modern history yes yeah and it's also important to remember number that as time has gone on over the span of humanity the nature of how history was recorded and the facts that were important have evolved immensely asli over time and so how you look at history today is not necessarily how somebody even looked at history five hundred years ago and that's always really important to keep open mind but ultimately we understand that the subject is very close to many people by no means. Are we telling anybody what to believe. You've or what is right or what is wrong. Those are questions that one can only answer themselves in the piece of their own thoughts to their own satisfaction from a historical standpoint. There's a certain way that we have to look at these events as to best understand them and relate them within the best modern understanding of these events especially in the context that occurred this poke cost isn't the unveiling the real jesus podcast goes in something else if you want exactly because of the real anything anything in the past is totally inaccessible including but not limited to the life of jesus of nazareth so when we begin this it's intertwined with a bigger piece of history which is to say the life of jesus of nazareth has two major narrative going on the entire time that ultimately build an amazing context for the world he lived in the life he experienced and in this case has to the history of the greater raider roman empire which at this point is under the rule of caesar augustus also known as octavius one who is was extremely long lived ruler of the roman empire the one who managed to unify it under one flag after dealing with a triumvirate that we will get into who at a later point in time and roman history in this case very much includes what we call first century palestine which we'd know mostly today as says the modern state of israel the borders are slightly different but that generally roy we're talking about and so jesus is born into a world where in the case of first century palestine it had only been incorporated into the roman empire for a little over three decades and it was a very complex pay place to rule now. If you're the romans you always seem to prefer to give a certain amount of local autonomy to the various places that her especially in the far flung places or the empire that are tolerant to local beliefs without ultimately <hes> bashing locals over their heads with their own ideas especially she when it comes to religion in fact many ways the roman influence in so many places that it existed was far more long term in a bit more insidious even as a poor connotation which just to say it did create a certain understanding and and common operating belief in many places as to what the rule of law should be things like defining property a that kind of thing so for the most part. That's how the romans prefer but it wasn't the only way they ruled no of course there. Was you know wow this treaty of friendship where you have a client politician ultimately standing in to handle most of the local economy issues under some sort of roman overseer. Are you know they didn't entirely give the wheel of course in addition to that. There was also situations where you know they would take large populations of a particular territory prisoner and basically hold them hostage to good behavior and of course there was the most direct route which is stationing legion in an area area. That's particularly troublesome to be sure we can do this. Easy way or we can do is the hard way was basically the romans mentality boom. I could not have put that in a better myself self patrick and so when it comes to first century palestine it's very much what you would call a powder keg not that too much has changed in in that respect but it was it was something of a contradiction in terms especially if you're looking at it from the roman point of view which is to say that it's incredibly the important to your empire because it has immense economic links out to the far east with places like say the han dynasty not little plug for later <hes> moan them later on yes absolutely and in addition to that there is.

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"patrick foot" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Rat. Burn to another man. Yes. In the episode, Mr. rat got married to a chocolate tear named Patrick foot. The word gay was never used in the episode. Oh, so this isn't the first time the cartoonist tackle the issue of gay character. They also did in two thousand five with a lesbian couple in an episode called postcards from BUSTER. Oh, I wonder why why am I seeing Arthur all over the place? Yeah. Yeah. Theater and his friends. Yeah. Disney is now in full control of Hulu. It's agreement that was meant between Disney and Comcast in the next five years. Comcast has agreed to sell it. Share of Hulu. Disney from minimum of five point eight billion. Wow. Comcast in BC, universal will continue to license content Hulu through two thousand twenty four. But starting next year NBC you can pull back on the content already licensed to Hulu. So it's going to be non-exclusive Hulu and the licensing fee would be reduced. This is just you know, you can't make this transition right away. He's into it. But it's a slow one. Now, Disney will have access to all of Hulu original programming maid's tale and Handmaid's tale. Wow. Yeah. And. Okay. All Ribera keen. I thought of another one that's another one. Yes. There's some other so rock is on that. Right. Yes. Exactly. Okay. Pick it alone. Completeness as well. All right row. Fonsi Ribeiro welcomed a new child into his life. His wife went into the hospital on mother's day. They welcomed a daughter Eva, sue Ribeiro..

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"patrick foot" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Covering news free press's of guaranteed right under the first amendment. And so the DNC's decision feels like a violation of that freedom, it's to some standard freedom to consume news. Whether or not you agree with FOX's positioning of that news, Tom Perez, the DNC leader he's made several. Appearances most notably on CNN today to try to back up his position Aban, FOX. But he doesn't really make a compelling argument. In fact, has claim seems to contradict his position which is a key pathway victories to expand our electorate in reach all voters. That's what he told the Washington Post reach all voters, but he doesn't clarify how shutting out a TV networks viewership could achieve re reaching all voters. I don't you can't do it. So it's dangerous. Precedent set. Limits free press. Yes, FOX viewers can flip the channel to CNN or or wherever else, but the fact is they won't and what the DNC is doing goes beyond trying to be fair neutral. So there is an element here of controlling money in viewership that result from airing debate or not airing that debate most importantly, the decision ban network from covering just even one of these debates. We undermines alert segment of the voters whether or not you consider it fake news. You mentioned a fake news. President Trump has used this phrase repeatedly to refer to the CNN. At work. He also capitalized a media as the enemy of the people several times he hasn't for the DNC to take this kind of stand is stooping to what Trump has done many times. Right, which is shutting out networks or news publishers or kicking reporters out of briefings. The most significant one was his seizing of CNN reporters press credentials that incident went all the way to the courts, we know Chris Wallace has proven more than capable moderator by all accounts. He's a season journalist at FOX most people agrees a tough interviewer, regardless of party. He was among those who moderated the first Republican presidential debate four years ago when Trump was facing off with Hillary Clinton so years before Trump became president. He was giving interviews to FOX, and we need to remember it was on this network. It wasn't Fox News Trump perpetuated that false claim that president. Barack Obama was born in Kenya. It was a Muslim not an American citizen Obama debunked all this by producing his birth certificate. But while Trump continues to interview regularly on FOX, this is interesting, the New Yorker points. This out the president has given only ten total interviews to the rest of the networks, and he's never given an interview to CNN not one and that's the one which he consistently. I two as fake news. Thanks Patrick foot. Join us student. That's all the time. We have for this edition of today. If you want to listen to this episode again were catch up on previous episodes. You can download our podcast by searching for world news analysis. The program engineer of this episode is John yet. I'm sweet, thanks for listening..

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"patrick foot" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The end of April. This is Fox News. He's a box thirteen weather update. This is FOX thirteen meteorologist Patrick feet. Temperatures continue in the dip as we head into the evening hours. Overnight lows fall into the upper twenties with morning wind chills in the teens. Chilly day for your Friday. They time highs only warming to the upper thirties slightly warmer. Temperatures in store for the weekend. Catch our full forecast. Good morning. Memphis starting at four thirty two years down straw. More years to go. Get it before, you know, twenty US elections shaky and often every day six hundred W R E C ninety two point one FM. Iheartradio is the easy to use app for music and radio. Download the free iheartradio app today. To talk to George Noory. Call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free. Call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three send Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five to one. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory next hour. We'll talk about premonitions sensing.

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"patrick foot" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"patrick foot" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on 600 WREC

"With some breaking NFL news. The New York Jets are hiring former dolphins coach Adam gays as their next head coach. The jets wanted someone who could come in work well with and continue to develop quarterbacks. Sam darnold navy believe Adam gates is that guy again. The jets are hiring new head coach Adam gays, according to multiple reports the Broncos new head coach will be Vic Fangio the bears defensive coordinator bears are promoting their offensive coordinator. Freddie kitchens to be their next head coach and cardinals owner Michael Bidwill revealed at cliff kings varies introductory press conference that the new head coach had resigned from USC before interviewing with the jets and cardinals for their head coaching gigs. In college football news, Clemson star defensive tackle, Dexter Lawrence will forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft. I'm Deb Carson. Fox thirteen weather update. This is FOX TV geologist Patrick feet that chilly even across the mid south with temperatures dropping below freezing. Sunshine returns for your Thursday. Temperatures only warm to the lower forties rising ranges as we head into the weekend has the full breakdown a good morning. Memphis starting at Ford. What's that little voice in your head telling you now? There's there's no place. Mark Levin radio show is on. Mark Levin show where we create the talking points. Call in now. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. I thought the president's speech last night, by the way was excellent. It was concise hit all the points. He needed a hip. You know, you've got people dug in no matter what on the.

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"patrick foot" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

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"patrick foot" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on Critical Role

"Excellent but upon uh you yourselves have to return and enjoying this this peaceful period of recovery and uh expansion of whitestone itself uh there was in a rifle on the outskirts of the city there was a cart horses pulling a group of four knowns that all eventually revealed themselves to be uh family of patrick foot on after taking the men whether or not you were excited are eager to nevertheless you treated them with hospitality you gave him a place to stay given food for the evening conversations were had information was passed around and a handful of view upon listening in on some of the conversations and pushing for information with the eldest of them uncle ogden uh discovered to some sort of true purpose as to why they came to whitestone dealing with apparently a longrunning blood curse that lives in the trick for family and ogden having visions had a long of the rest of it takes care of them made their way towards whitestone as the information gathered by jb trick foot the uh esteemed a keeper of knowledge about your your journey over the past ears so on exploits have her cousin bike uh missile so that being the case you promised them a tour of the grounds and perhaps seeking or information what the next steps on regarding to this curse if there are any so with that you all finisher evening eating of your meals digging deep if your cups and eventually finding ourselves resting till the night took you and sleep was hat morning come to wake up rested and the day is yours what he wished.

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"patrick foot" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on Critical Role

"The critical role podcast brought to you by beacon century with special permission from vox mocking at a sam regal here aka scanlon aka terry undaring ten enjoying the adventures of ox mock ina well 2018 brings a new campaign to the party join us thursdays at seven pm pacific time starting on january eleven for our brand new campaign watch live on twitch or subscribe to alpha for an enhanced version of the show only on project alpha dot com okay on with show welcome back into critical role has been held up so picking up where he left off after a bucks mukena had taken a year of peace and activity to handle their own respective endeavors or communal endeavours um they discovered apparently some family of patrick foot coming knocking at the door of whitestone m a reunion for some of her family she had not seen since she was a child coming into uh impart heard the knowledge of a terrible finley blood curse that have been haunting the breaches in envisions that were uh guided by her uncle ogden the possibility of she carries the same curse in wanting to a free in the blood line or at least a pike of this they had to amass materials and make their way on the moon that nights to the top of the aisle buster sierra us to complete the ritual to expel exercise this entity and destroy it after getting a materials and traveling to the top of the sultan bluffs the albasra sierra's lewis who was completed and the large monstrous.

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"patrick foot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A wooden box on that houses laser engraved with andrews image in his name on it and that's also made in the usa we have chris kyle we have mark lee we have patrick feet and one am my new guys it seal team three we have we have a bunch of guy is that we've done the never forgotten series four so it's a it's a series that's near and dear to my heart and if the if people out there want to support you know gold star families in their charities and get something really cool emmett know memorable that they'll never throw away this is a pretty good gift set when you have a a grenade halloween hand yeah we call this the freedom fragging it's actually one of our our best selling new product launches ever and we'd like to do little sometimes holiday themes in this one is obviously a orange jack so uh we're going to be launched now doc tober forth so if if you guys want to pick up a hollowing freedom frag come to bother breach here on it tober fourth and we'll have those available in all three of a football yesterday which is gonna be our segue out of football bottle opener yes uh which is going to be our segue into our um next segment because i want to know from you when we get back what you think in a bomb as you watch these protests and if l protest and and players on kneeling while the national anthems being played i i i know my audience is gonna wanna know what you have to say and that's what i'm talking when we get back my guest in studio this hour navy seal former navy seal like i don't know probably like marines as knows this thing is a former navy seal once a navy seal always the navy seal corrected myself i caught myself ally crane we'll be back a nightsight if you want to join the conversation and amongst other things thank you lie for his service to this nation on thirteen years the teen years six one seven to five four 1030 triple eight nine who 1930 come right back nine side with dan ray on wbz newsradio 1030 one in seven men is diagnosed with.

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"patrick foot" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on Critical Role

"We will and it will come back into critical role of so big number we left off after a box makia had taken a year of peace and activity to handle their own respective endeavors or communal endeavours um they discovered apparently some family of patrick foot coming knocking at the door of whitestone m a reunion for some of her family she had not seen since she was a child coming into a impart heard the knowledge of eight terrible finley blood curse that have been haunting the rages in envisions that were uh guided by her uncle ogden to the possibility of she carries the same curse in wanting to a free in the bloodline or at least a pike of this they had to amass materials and make their way on the moon that nights to the top the best hersi arrest complete the ritual to expel exercise this entity and destroy it after getting the materials and traveling to the top of the sultan bluffs the albasra sierra's laura chose completed and the large monstrous a black cloud in skull entity as some in forth from pikes body and you all leptin to do battle however partway into the spray the vex happened to realize that it was seemingly an allusion there wasn't a ritual there wasn't but curse and this was a ploy from the family to make cash off you guys um after some some threats to uncle ogden in nearly losing a mafia cliff.

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"patrick foot" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:42 min | 4 years ago

"patrick foot" Discussed on KOIL

"You're couldn't corral it with big wall but the lancers able to clear now back the other way clock pull it off the wall in front of the bench still luca loses that if the red line the stars will take it flip vic cross ice looking for a marshall enter the zone left wing walks in sean that's going to be deflected high off and now oh boy seven twenty one so play in the first period lancers and scars not it out one apiece both teams capitalizing on one opportunity to the opportunities have been numerous shots nine six all of all why a scoring chances are going to be higher than that behind the net patrick foot as a little golf take him i say john lackey ended their randall goff is gates comes this year in front of the omaha vance trying to play enough will come back napier has the block it down leave it's a patrick well you know and also moves in diggs of what the red line he's going to go to draw center shot that he now by primo rebounds there for tsuji couldn't corral it right corner of the wall barkley throw man breaking out of the zone with it shorts walking in one on one patrick it's going to be roll the ball take it back vice age on move that penalty of coming on league it sheer left wing side to tsuji back in our roles wide in the net i don't feel all the way back the whistle goes and the starters had it off for a cross check still only off with their first opportunity but the world who though designs man advantage of the evening no answer power play heading into last night hadn't scored not only scored one goal he was why they win for for last night including the overtime winner for my julio who as the fucking medium goes draws i think gary cameron a shot no flag did off by three low he struck now when in the the all for our shore on of the doubting so that is how oh boy and the really could be slumping to do couple of a david boxers with the boys but that's gave birth to watch the best sports voice.

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