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"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

05:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Was one Irish guy in I think it's quite nice, and then after that I went to Istanbul, but I was literally there for a night that was weird, and then I did Australian ones so Pay Adelaide Sydney Melbourne loved Ola and with never fought against go Australia. To New Zealand's didn't even know what to expect the I've never actually picked what he's going to be. Like an think that has to do with New Zealand was the rings. Levels will not see. Lord of the Rings I was like visual reference fine. That was fun. Of Bean Montreal Canada I love. Estimates. Just for laughs, so all that was in the space of about yet from September to July, and it was the best year of my life I. Absolutely I got Saint Places. I never fought against. Say Like I ate some Conga Room. That was young. Oh and I just as one like I did a lot of your with You spend a lot of time on the actual flying and stuff. I did on mio enough. All I could imagine a few years ago with shy, introverted Awkward Lauren being made a few years. You'RE GONNA get on a plane on your own. You'RE GONNA. Go devastated the world. You're going to have the best time Ya if like it was so good so good. Yeah well, I wonder whether you know everything. We think every you talking about you kind of wonder where we were more zoo those. I feel so lucky that I got to do it all like it is because the best thing I did. Is The road show in Melbourne now I didn't do that. Run by the festival, but rather than just in you can all these little rural places to put me so big which again I didn't know, they split it up. So I did Victoria and you're in a call with the other comics, and you go like a different place every night. So you like you get in the car in the morning you drive to new city is of gopher deny explore. And then you're in the call the next day, but like it's always wants to. The commerical like the semi comes. Do I was wanted to do that, but again it's in the Soma and I was doing that and brush and it felt like I was on like come for some 'cause. Onto comedians ahead Brennan. Race A had 'em Georgia Carroll. Have you met her? She's from Russia, but lives in La. She used to be. And when you go his show audiences like full of NASA's. Says with head and Bob Franklin. And the straight guys Ben Nights Lovely Grouper Comex and like we did like escape rooms together in the day and was one place we went where it was this tiny town with light. You know like like most how the gig venue and not much else, but had bowling alley, and they open the ball in allosaurus. After the show offer justice, we go bowling and then they. Apparently they did it for last year. Has Laws while in you sign Bolan pen, and that's like a new tradition that all the comedians comb sign this light golden pin, and that was the best because I think like some international comedy festivals. It also the really good fun, but something's not. Everyone wants to hang out stuff some WANNA do their own thing, which is fine, but because you're literally traveling in a car again. You get dog I'm at two dogs. that. They were good days. Matt two dollars. I got these activities and. Acts like bitch of Australia, just gone normal traveling Australia i. have done the whole like East Coast on Melbourne. Sydney whatever, but was of these tiny little places that never heard of like. It was so good like read Australia, but was one day we were in the call on me. Says Dead Kangaroo at the site of the roads and the moles probably got that much of as. And got really upset. And then like ten seconds are so know that one, and by the time account countless about twenty three dead conquerors. The girl who was driving. Lowering. You're really going to have to stop count every congress. Say Oh. This is GonNa be a long contract and I was like I'm sorry. There were lots of Kangaroos. 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"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

06:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Off Tomorrow is the fourth of June. I expire. I am look. This is many on my. A level results night. Look at. SWEETPEA SWEETPEA. Those. Expire tomorrow. One More Chelsea's and you can't. Where can I go? Full Price. Twenty six to thirty one now. I'm sorry to say see this one. Go serve me safely well. I could get twenty five percent of any journey in the southeast. Network Rail. Card any journey in the south. Southeast is twenty three twenty five percent off. Someone on that it's anything. Could he gets us? Yeah. Don't train anymore now. Drive into. From. Long waste of money. Train! Now the train. And the this was another twitter thing looking. Can you on twitter. You you're giving examples of when everyone seems everyone in Newcastle knows each other Yang. Argue against it, but only true. As astle new remember the examples you gave. This one remember if I gave the, I'm also. Combat add nothing that one, but that was one way. One way my ex was like all my family. Some of my family live in Newcastle. about you know them. News on Newcastle is not that small in attendance out. His cousin was told by my dad's best friend, so yes I do know, and then it was the restaurant in London. They would like Jodi get at least where I was like. The new one, but they're not. George came back and everybody was like. But you know each of that like I'm actually really a root thing to say like how offensive like just the old northern people know each other than. She turned into open. I recognize you and she's like. No, you don't. You're just saying it's the accent like it's making me think a whole like recognize you. As what school did you go? It'll be gold same school and then was like t sing, and she's like Yamashina House like I've seen you'll bond perform because my best friend day guitarist in your band and she was like no way. Yeah another. Third. You think it's. A, little bit to do with the fact that people in Newcastle get to know each other like in London. Doesn't happen because you don't get to know anyone in London, whereas if you live somewhere bit more friendly, orbit smaller you do tend to. socializing me, remember what the third one was I. Want to say it because I was like I. Don't know if I can, if I can talk about that because it's about, but tweeted. Let's fine, but it was somebody who had been flare in width since combat told you strong independent Louisa. The sassy little wiggle their. Tree for the. Long Long. Glad I. With somebody and you know like of see I feel like in London. You're so used to be non ASEAN and like you can sort of flight with anybody. Talk to anybody date anybody in people that you can live like as many lives as you want, and people won't know. And then I went to work in one of the goes. Our Web. Quest was like the Piston you've been flirting with is my brother's girlfriend's No hit breath. GILFRIEND's brought out is the person who had been played in west of. Newcastle Soul Sniping by a few weeks afflicted was one person, and we've already got a connection this is. It's very watching you and they go. They know you've been. You've been flirting. Very avert than if if they've been spotted now, the people not not let's. Play Cool Newcastle each other windows, just looking out for like intrude as a new people. We see everything but I think it's 'cause. We all chat so light. We'll talk to people like that's what I find. Office moved to London. And I've tried a chapter to someone who was in for like the tube, and they looked like I was mad. I was like Oh, it just doesn't feel as friendly as I talked to people at the bus. Stop all the time and stuff opinion. I think that's how we end up like you'll see street nearly all. That's Mary hunting Picked up something. She dropped once eight years ago in our best friends like that's. Very much the I've in Newcastle. But Hey. We're not whenever I got dumps usually. The first thing I did was when I did go flirt with people I went out and tried to. You've been a relationship. Gets noggins will be no. You can't do that now. Legal Chats. With some Shit, you could do smoking. British! She. Around that? I never thought until you live and. Kissing is illegal. Is. Also The first Yapping, Glenavon. It's also the face yet. Low Violins being canceled. laviolette. Just wasn't ready for this potato in a bikini. Anonymity? Martin's being late rights home on. He wants to talk about, Brexit So the other thing I want to talk to you about, but generally I talked to you about before. We've done a lot of international gigs I think. A lot of These. Various circuits around the world, but you've that must be. Yeah, it's a great thing in your twenties to get to travel the world when you work. Yeah, because as I went to so I came back from Edinburgh twenty seventeen, I went to India for two weeks, which was the maze, and that's why like I never get to goal. That was Memphis longhaul flight said never put on a flight longer than two I was the furthest been in the world. Was Spain and I didn't really understand how long long flight is. On the pain in. Did we have to change no. I think it was a straight through and I was like the flight line. Is You know full five I than they would like Oh Lauren? Sit Down since I like file a full analysis. Some at never been on a plane that long at never be jetlagged I was very confused, but I loved it in the whole time. Just for this is mad because I, I think people think Stanton comedy when you're young is good, which is totally is also like I. Feel like not to get the world's smallest violin. I feel you get to the missile lot stuff as well so I didn't do all the like Oh. Let's go traveling after Uni because I went to Edinburgh to. To try and get better at comedy into to make the connections nothing like devoid everything to comedy set didn't get zoo. The GAELS holiday not didn't do the traveling, but they're not gonNA deal with that like while I was still young foamy job, so the whole time I was just like all my stupid friends saved to go traveling. What they should have done is crafted very hard in comedy. Korea and then being hunted these opportunities India was amazing. When you play, India you playing to local ordinances, or that's largely no call of Bangel was one Irish guy in I think it's quite nice, and then after that I went to Istanbul, but I was literally there for a night.

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"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

07:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Get and you know what I'm a brilliant person and it doesn't matter. Matter, if I'm on my own because I'm like appreciated meal incumbent still after like I'm taking. It is really like like Lauren. Two Point Oh and I don't this 'cause. Maybe the balloon is growing out something like I've got blonde hair, but I haven't been hairdresser in mums and I feel like as the blonde girl was the true Lauren is coming back on that. Yes yes, she is! She's GonNa be for cavern for version of Gone Matt and Come Avid, you'll realize what a terrible. Situation! Is Good for the bond. Delusion feel no. I think you have to old. We've been so lucky in so many ways to have these that life West. Has Not before? And you know where we haven't been seriously in a you know. Will War anything in our lifetime? That might that might change. Nothing could surprise me now. I think the things are going to be difficult. For a good time, and maybe more than difficult, so it will. It will be interesting to say, but do you stay positive? You'll be safe. Newcastle we find that bad. We can fight it off. In the off and be fine. I'll ask you. Questions we did some for the Matches. Hundred which were very funny, so let's see what will come with. These are as used by the screw of HMS Invincible. If you don't like them, I can have nucleus strike. I went to a Christmas one that seems in Inappropriate? Okay, this is a this is an interesting. If you could travel back to medieval times, what single object would you take with you? That would guarantee that you'd be made. Queen Slash worshiped as a God. I would take. No one of those micro pigs like the cup pigs, our take a tiny little pig, and just watch the chaos of fold. This pig just grew to be like the size of the city, and be like who is this woman in this magic ever-growing pig, and then leave again and they wouldn't know lots. But then you would you be, you'd be? You'd be the the the goal of the society you can. Named after me and it would bay a pig day. Today majestic once blunt now slightly striped behead woman arrived bro Bacon to the landscape. Richard I think. Auburn I. Am You. Know I I sort of all the things I do. I've been doing in lockdown as well on here role. Playing with the idea of mental illness and break down. Snoop in clay stones in the morning but I've been doing it for so long now that I just think when I was never quite sure whether it was I was really mad or not. To make your whole life. You sort of you do get into that situation where it's difficult to work out with the you've crossed the line between I. do think that's the thing with comedians. I mean we should've. There's a sense of about who we are. Even if we we're ourselves on stage, it's still a heightened version of ourselves, but I think we play around a lot with the idea of madness and misunderstanding things in a in a sort of insane way. I. Wonder to what extent. you start up crazy or whether it drives you crazy. I've always been fascinated. By that by that distinction, because so much comedy does seem to be about. Eighteen or mocking mental illness in a way, not not like knocking damage just the the mental illness. We all have in ourselves. And you know so it's. It's something about this where you really are I. think if you're solar. You got your family around you. Nice. I think if people just it's sort of a bit like being in prison. Isn't it s? Like! We've all been said the prison I did suggest that another cost that we should all be allowed to commit a crime the length of time we've been. Could do that which. is about three months, so it's not not much you might get if I offense, you might get away with punching. Someone is GonNa say like the. Most crime apply always wanted to smash a window, okay? Get more than three months. I remember once being really angry at a flatmate for never washing dishes Amethi. Daylight doesn't wash dishes. Smash in the garden, and then he didn't. So I did and I roy Roy. But. You didn't notice 'cause. He never watched them. Say the notes one was missing, but like that just thrill of fashion something I was like. Oh this is a this is a new. I should do that. Find that way you'll XS living. Just throw you. To The supermarket tomorrow and just smash everything. I mean. It, it's fine. Easy to find this. You can put it on someone else. Run runaway. Tom Good. Is Honesty the best policy. If not, what is the best policy? Tact is the best policy. Yeah, because I think honesty is fine, but sometimes honesty can be delivered in a way. That's very hurtful. especially as a woman, if I'm like all I've had my haircut and I. Think it looks Shit. You agree and let you know that it looked ship, but what you want them to say is it doesn't look that bad. What about like soften the blow? But when someone's like? Yeah, you like a Moose, it's like one. No, you didn't say that. Did you like you could have been tactful? Southern town is the best I. Think quite with your lead to is attacked. Allowed you to lie, or did you still have to be honest with? Attach yesterday honest, but in a way. That's not like soul destroying -Ly headphone. That will be nice. So other things I've got. Well, there is a question about laminates is I'm going to find it even seen. Yet 'cause I'm in the office. Answering the phones time get jobs today when I got asked to laminate things. Second Bethlehem life by getting high vis jacket. Eliminates over there I. don't use it very much. The best thing you've laminated laminate pictures of fruits which was. That I think we. Watch was the on because it was like it was being stretched coming out. Could you not just of laminated some fruit and? That was to put in the shock they. Really need to do that. Do you don't need to put a picture of Banana Bison Bananas We all know that we do need help. Generally feel like such a stereotype when I went on the checkout. Obviously when you've got loose, vegetables is no bar cord. See Search for on the tail more land as I don't know what a lot of vegetables are judged. Cade, ones, there. If. You get saved by me everything's. Well. That's good to know. Good to know as long as the thing you buying is more expensive than the. That's next podcast. and again. I noted from your twitter that your. You aside to realize your ass sixteen to two thousand five rail. day-to-day on. Today! What Day is it? Off Tomorrow is the fourth of June. I expire. I am look. This is many on my. A level results night..

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The Batman Director Shares First Footage Of Robert Pattinson As Batman

Memphis Morning News

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

The Batman Director Shares First Footage Of Robert Pattinson As Batman

"The director of the new Batman movie shared a glance yesterday of his version of the dark knight here's Carmen Roberts from fox news radio fans get a first look at Robert Patterson as the new Batman director Matt Reeves releases a screen test of the twilight actor in the new Batman suit the teaser trailer opens in black with ominous music assist slowly fades into focus you can see Pattison wearing

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Fans get first look of Robert Pattinson as Batman

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:22 sec | 6 months ago

Fans get first look of Robert Pattinson as Batman

"And videos get the first look at actor Robert Pattinson as the new Batman teaser trailer released Thursday sept ominous music slowly fades into focus showing Pattison wearing an angular Batman suit a long way so to see the full picture the film won't be released until June twenty fifth twenty twenty one Carmen Roberts and his

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"pattison" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

10:53 min | 8 months ago

"pattison" Discussed on What'sHerName

"Rope was so important. That one of the guys is who went on the Lewis and Clark expedition. He kept a diary in one of the line. They'll never forget that. I read what this expedition was held together are by rope and that just that really got me because I thought Mary. You made history lady That's awesome she. Also if people have heard of Commodore Perry now the the war in Lake Erie in eighteen thirteen the British Royal Navy starts impinging on American territory and has taken Detroit O. Aw outrageous the British seize control of Lake Erie and there's this major battle and Commodore Perry came to marry Irwin and said I would like you to please outfit my navy for this upcoming battle and she agreed and they did a rush job for all of his rope for are all of these ships. Madore Peiris warships set off for Lake Erie and defeat the British. Louis Detroit's push back to Canada. This chapter of American history that I never heard about yes. Mary Irwin's rope saving the day. It also outfitted the New Orleans thousands. which was the first steamboat? Travel from Pittsburgh all the way to New Orleans by this brand and new idea that you could bring things up the Mississippi River. Yeah that no one had really done this. Before this was a pleasure cruise. I would soon become exactly what she predicted. That all of this trade is coming up and down these rivers and Pittsburgh the center and of course Pittsburgh does become the center of manufacturing innovation the Industrial Revolution. When all of these started to happen? You have Andrew Carnegie Big Deal Industry Henry Heinz Heinz Ketchup but fun fact. Henry Heinz US first company was bottling. His mother pushed radic. Oh that was less successful than catch up so he moved on. But we know these men's needs these hijackers of industry history in Pittsburgh. Yeah and none of us have heard of Mary Irwin And yet her impact on the city her impact on the economy in this. It's it's every bit as big as there's We're not heard of her. Because she didn't become a evil megalomaniac and crush all her competition and and make millions and millions of dollars and then feel guilty in the end and donate it to try to help humanity. She did well she didn't. I guess. Become an evil megalomaniac but it it was a big philanthropic worse in the city. was she like a millionaire. She she she had halted her family into the one percent. Percents they were all are one of the premier families of Pittsburgh and by the time we hit Gilded Age America. They are among the elite. They are marrying the Perry's in the Carnegie's and the Heinz's they are. Oh my God in exactly the same straddle of society as these these men and yet we've never heard of her that kind of frost my chops that we have all these women in such as Pittsburgh. It's everywhere we don't know. So it's our job to uncover uncover and it's not just us. Her family did not know her story where they think the money came came from. They know all about John Irwin. His vast rope making empire and his foresight in noticing the importance portent Blitzburgh as the site of all of these rivers than starting a rope walk and manufacturing Roman creating this empire. John Irwin and Mary Irwin Win. Son Get all the credit for this even within the family and they do not even know her name off off. Did this research and brought it to the failures of what she did. Look I had no idea why. Why is it still earns every time? Yeah so I thought well at least if nothing else family hopefully with the tail here. I'm going to put her in my American history class next semester. So so this is something that I have. Only recently realized is unusual. Maybe in our family we grew up with mother who deeply prizes family history genealogy. Jenny urology this information. So what are these stories from our ancestors that you remember that. We learned growing up Sarah Elizabeth conover could dance the teacup on her head. Feisty Fanny Gibbs put on her husband's uniform and dressed like a ghost Aunt Bertha ran brothel. I ran the best. All of our stories are are women can tell you the names of our male ancestors. Yeah no stories about and I think I just assumed that that's how these kind of things usually go that that it is women who are doing howling and so we really stories that are getting passed on and because I follow a lot of professional twitter somehow. Okay I'm realizing more. And more than that is really unusual. joie genealogy like history follows male lions. They are people know they're male ancestor stories and the women are disappeared. Now uh I'm so grateful but that's not true and I started wondering this morning if rowing up understanding understanding that women's stories matter baby that prime does for creating this podcast we come at it with this perspective. That of course The stories of women from history are as those are the ones we know from our history we know the details of their lives that bring them alive and how important it was to keep those alive in oral history because those stories aren't written down by the man doing the official record keeping being bright. Yeah so you have to look for the subtlest of clues like the original business being called and wife that those kinds of clues news can speak volumes because they didn't write down the volumes. Now it's people like Gloria. That are doing this work on local levels. Finding these women men who series have been literally buried And bringing them back out and saying. Hey wait we should be talking about her as much as we're talking about carnegie she this city as much as high instead and unfortunately that same pattern of erasure and minimization continues in her grave She's buried in fact very near my home in allegheny cemetery and and I wanted to see her grave so I went there last December a year ago and I could not find it. I found the Irwin. Whatever real estate big interesting and I thought John has a big slab in all these other or would in a new? Mary's was in the ground. I couldn't find it so they went to the historical sites. Can you help me find this grave. They eventually did find it and she does have a marker. Don't tell me it says wife it doesn't say why it's the size of a brick and it says Mary. Wow that's it Mary tool. Yeah well that does it so to make this right or as a tiny step toward by team at this March there will be an event at the cemetery Tehri. I'm doing a very low key. Nonreligious event to just remember Mary and recognize her in her contribution to this city. Then give little pieces of rope for people to tie on their fingers to remember Mary because when I was that's what we used to do during her finger recognizing her legacy that task too and bringing attention to her story. So anybody in the Pittsburgh area in March. We'll have a link to this on our website. You absolutely should go is open to the public free event and I hope eventually that her family will recognize that she deserves much more than a brick that says Mary give I statue in the center of town statue someone. Someone should create a work of art. Israel rope yes in Mary's honor. What's it called Maccarone off Mary? Yeah Rope artists listening. Please create create a macro. May Mary please. And macro main picture and keep her legacy alive. You know as rope bound together the Lewis and Clark expedition. Pattison Irwin Round Pittsburgh together. Yes and America America huge. Thanks thanks to Gloria for Roosen if you'd like to learn more about Mary. Patterson Irwin or find more details about the memorial ceremony happening next March. visit our website at what's her name. PODCASTS DOT COM. We have have links to all of the information that you need there. You can also follow us on instagram twitter and facebook where we post lots of photos each week. Music for this Episode Code was provided by Katy Davis Henderson. Killarney Andy Reiner and John Souza and half Pelican. We're always so grateful for our generous musical partners. Find more about their work at our website. Our theme song was composed and performed by Daniel Foster Smith. Our intern Isabel Martinez. What's her name is produced by Olivia? Michael and Katie Nelson and this episode was edited by. Olivia mickle.

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"pattison" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

09:18 min | 8 months ago

"pattison" Discussed on What'sHerName

"Big deal in your introduction. I'm guessing seven hour plane ride and so I'm GonNa Guess Ship and so I'm going to guess okay. Mechanical Innovation in transatlantic travel we in the industrial revolution. Or are we in the nineteen twenties industrial revolution. No twenty we used nineteen hundred before that. Oh really put a brand new country oh like like seventeen nineteen seventy six brand new country indeed. Oh that's cool. We are going to seventeen eighty four. Wow Wow that is not the time period you'd think of when you think about manufacturing it is not it was the beginning of the industrial revolution. Okay I'm Michael and Katie Nelson and this is what's her name fascinating women you've never heard of. So our story begins in Cookstown Northern Ireland our heroine was born in seventeen. Fifty four in her name was Mary Patterson and to learn more about her. I talked to Gloria in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. My name is Gloria for Susan. I work for William Peduto the mayor of the city of Pittsburgh and during the course of my work I assist with many special events one of them being the bicentennial continues of our city and while doing a cram course on Pittsburgh history. I found only stories of man after man after man and would come across a little bread crumbs of stories about women and put them in the little scrapbook and looked into them more. And that's what led me to marry pattern the neurons. She was the daughter of a military doctor with the British army. At thirty years old she was engaged aged to another army doctor. Oh thirty surprising. Yes unusual to not be married by thirty right and then to get married when you're thirty thirty. But she is seemingly happily engaged to an army Dr King they are stalwart Presbyterians as all good Scots Irish were at this time time We don't know the details but they had a row and instead of saying home with her fiancee she the Decided Kirk company parents to be. I ever very deluxe Saint Patrick's Day ball in Dublin and set off with them and left the theon unsafe behind. I think that was one of the most fateful decisions that a person could have ever made knowing what came afterwards. This is not like an evening out. Kind of undertaking from cooktown to. Dublin is one hundred ten miles now in seventeen hundred traveling by carriage. This is a six day trip. which way the Saint Patrick's Day gala was? I ever so so the governor of Ireland. He wanted to make it spectacular in he. Did they had beautiful chandeliers throughout the great ballroom. That were all glittering littering and lighting up that space and Mary as the woman from a small town. So this must've been overcoming her with blender and end delight and across the ballroom in true hallmark Christmas movie fashion yes. Mary Pattison locked eyes with John. Irwin at fellow. Scots Irishman who has been fighting alongside George Washington in the revolutionary war against the British army. Are you kidding. has made himself a a war hero and he was a war hero he had fata Dork town which as every good Hamilton listener knows who is was the pivotal battle in the revolutionary war but before that he had also been a member of a small guerrilla style force that had been harassing British troops. Cutting supply lines stealing contraband. But when British forces got wind of their location in seventeen seventy seven they executed a sneak attack on the sleeping American troops and John Irwin almost didn't survive it. He was bayoneted twenty times and the next morning. When the revolutionary soldiers came back out on the field to see if anybody might survive John was breathing and moving a little bit so they took him to George Washington Field Hospital and revived him? So at this point his glory is undisputed and he's the center of attention at this ball. The local boy made good come home a hero. She's encounters him. They're surrounded by admirers. They all wanted to hear about George Washington in the marvelous carpets brave fighting troops of George Washington. So there's no firsthand record of this meeting but it must have been pretty dramatic matic because as family lore. Hasn't by the time the Saint Patrick's gala weekend was over Mary. Don We're married and Mary within weeks. Mary had run off back to America with John. Irwin on the next ship home. I love it. This is so doc. Unlike what people didn't know stays they were really dominated by these social laws. Social Rules on rigs that to break out like like this and fight each other. We're getting married leaving. We're going four thousand miles away over this ocean. Blue breaking off your marriage setting out for new you country. You are leaving everyone you've ever known behind. A new are probably never going to see them again but John he believes in the because and he probably said things like help me build liberty in new world. Mary and she said Yes destiny. Yeah that's how it happened. I'm sure it was exactly like wow. What an opportunity in a world when if you're thirty and unmarried you're just an old maid is going to be a companion for your mom your whole life? You know yet you like his over option. Yeah and then she gets to go. Wouldn't be outlander. She must have been quite something herself to because John. Irwin is the center. Uh of attention. He is showered with attractive. Women Cool chooses her. Guess so something She's smart she's part Raves as not gonNA settle well and he is an unusual and unconventional person himself a couple of years before four the battle where he is bayoneted twenty times. John Irwin was regiment fighting in Canada and he was severely injured there as well. Well he went up to Quebec with mad. Anthony Wayne he's another story to himself but John was severely wounded in Quebec also was nursed by nun in a convent in comments were often hospitals in those days and He fell in love with the nine on. Who took care of him? She fell in love with him to left her convent and they married. This is years before four. He meets Mary. Patterson obviously a married in Quebec moved to Fort Ticonderoga and she tragically died very quickly. Quickly from typhus. No so John is such a romantic soul so this is his first marriage. It tells us a lot about him him. This is a fellow. Presbyterian is happy to marry a French nun and it tells us about Mary that Mary knows this. And it's fine with it These are very unusual actions or Scottish Presbyterian thirty year old daughter of an army doctor. Yeah she's ready for a new life. See it's she and boy. Did she get one for the brand new country of the United States of America and some big things were happening in their soon to be home of the United States as well. The Revolutionary War has just ended. They landed in Philadelphia Specter the year or two searching for a place to put down their roots and the Federal Government Epa time gave veterans of the Revolutionary War land. They had had no money to get them. Said Okay in western Pennsylvania. We have all slander. You'RE GONNA.

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"pattison" Discussed on KMJ NOW

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"Was just informed by Jim Pattison staff but you're blowing up the phones so if you try to get through to register on the phone for this event on Saturday probably not gonna make it on the phone go to Facebook page assemblyman Jim Pattison Facebook page Facebook obviously do it there that your best shot at getting information and registering for the event on Saturday the third of three sessions there's not gonna be a fourth and again there's about a hundred seats left it's going to go so fast so if you want to try the phone number that you got and I can give it a little bit later please do so but the best thing to do is probably just Facebook page send women Jim Pattison do that coming what happened to the toilet it was made of solid gold in Winston Churchill's birthplace. also catch dolphins and a raven. these are spies for this guy yeah it's a great story we got lots to do staying there in my recent relationship of Belltown I've learned that there are a lot of people all different ages the need hearing devices and with bell tone hearing technology is at it's pinnacle constantly on the cutting edge of research and development when you buy hearing enhancement from bell tone it's as close to the way that god intended you to hear as you can get and vanity yeah we're all guilty are these devices detectable that were doesn't even existed Belltown I want you to go into bell tone and try these devices out just give me the hour of your time and see if this choice is right for you and I'm sure it will be there is absolutely no obligation you are not going to be pressured to walk out of the door with these devices that's going to be your own personal decision in your time click bell tone today dot com and you'll be able to find the location nearest you here in the valley and if you would like to get your hearing tested that's always free of bell tone one thing I hear the customer's raving about this is true is the follow up care after you purchase you're not forgotten an unknown entity that never existed no you become part of the big bell tone please don't do that don't don't drop no. back active newstalk five really one of five nine. can generate. a lovely lady was.

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"pattison" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"pattison" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"We're gonna go up through his place in malibu and do some of their water working on underwater work and and whatnot and then do a podcast yeah yes. I've done all the things you're talking about. Interview gabby interviewed laird and we've been at the multiple times and make sure you say hi for me but on yeah but they are there uh <hes> they they we work together in terms of broadcasting his laird superfood than so a lot of what i do is put their superfood cremers on their beats on their macho gotcha on these other things that are really healthy non g._m._o. All these things into i <hes> almond and sweden based protein shake in the morning and that's really what helps mchugh through the afternoon so you know in as well as anybody you know you gotta be physically fit but you also have to feed the body with the right kind of stuff to make sure that you're maximizing the efforts putting in in the morning and the afternoon working out absolutely there by the way awesome but by the way <hes> <hes> good luck i mean i had a heck of a time in in lurch pool weights and everything else but the one can expect. What are we going to do by the way i should. We should go too far snapshot so i'm preparing the great thing is we did you see this in the n._f._l. In college football but he's got this great ice tub. <hes> that you jump in is cole. They've got ice machine. They've got as much is this is cold as i've ever flip in and then right next to it then you jump in their little sauce on but the hardest thing that i had a hard time doing i didn't i couldn't do it. I've tried it multiple times now jim mora coach of u._c._l._a. in the n._f._l. Is with with me is well you you take about twenty five pound weight. Neither hands in on the shallow into your four feet and you go down the deep end. Maybe twelve feet and you're doing this whole thing underwater you turn around and you have to come back in so you're trying to go length underwater with weights in your hand and i got about ten feet in that's as close as have cod odd and you know and davenport's can do it easily and layered easy but it's a hard thing to do so i challenge you to hopefully you can do better than what it all right. I'll take you up on that challenge but like anything else is something you've got to train for so if you've been doing it then it's probably easy you take laird up ski ski to the top of that mountain with you see the first time yeah getting into my arena right exactly. This is awesome. Well good good luck. On everest and i can't wait to see on ranier is their way the people are going to be able to track your your prep in your climb up everest yeah absolutely so thanks for asking people can go to my website. Mark patterson p. a. t. s. o. n. n._f._l. Also happens to be my instagram channels in other places but but yeah mark pattison n._f._l. Dot com and i will have a tracker on garmin. You'll be able to follow track all the mountain yeah so it should should be very fun to to do four to be in there..

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"pattison" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"pattison" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"I literally would they call it skin but you put these like sandpaper type materials under your skis as in every morning at six a._m. With the headlamp on i would ski to the top of the mountain. I go up the mountain down and ice yeah in all the conditioning and then i also go back a condition again. It's not about like look at me. It's like what is more captain due to put himself in the best best position to succeed because on that summit day in particular whatever day that's going to be from next may twenty eight twenty first twenty second twenty third. I'm going to have to commit probably fourteen to fifteen hours of non-stop grind going in the death zone above twenty six thousand feet trying to make the top and if i don't have like if i haven't built built like this war chest of of stamina and eating the right thing drinking the right stuff in the limited variables that we're talking about before you know the things that i can control then you know i'm not going to be putting my position by myself in the best position of success and so you know if the weather there's ambulance assist that i can't control that but i just wanna make sure that i'm when i go there one hundred percent confident. They've done everything possible. I can't in the world to to make at this thing and take the top <hes> yeah. I get that so it's definitely doable and if you belong there than the mountain will treat you. We'll probably better yeah fingers crossed. What is your training. I love the description of skiing the top of the mountain and all the komo altitude acclimatization fact and just the endurance training. What else do you do to train like what your routine looks like everyday well. I get up early in the morning. I hit the jam a._m. And i do that because i want to focus on my my weight's <hes> there's another a seal ray cash care that had taught me about <hes>.

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"pattison" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"pattison" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Very sunny in the morning this is like four or five o'clock you could tell it was a clear night clear day. We got going and midday republi into our tan. Dan and it's awful storm came in in this lexical lightning. You can literally feel on the back of your neck no kidding yeah and you you know rather usually really you're on the ground you look. There's a light name that comes down to earth and bounces back up and we are in the source and it was very terrifying because we're above the tree line so the southers no place to hide hyde zapped died in his tracks really yep shit. People just shook shucks. It was pretty much what everybody who was like you know run and tearing down the mountain to just try to get to a safe spot but holy cow yeah no. It's it's been great and then there's that did you. You went back up and summited. I was coming back so yeah we got up there when they were coming back down on this tragic incident but the experience of being a russia was grades would have been and then the tall is that one by the way eight thousand eighteen or eighteen thousand six so we've got four of them as far every five five well yep the one and artika kilimanjaro elbruz five missing associated aso's yeah so the one that were missing is a mountain in australia called mount kosciusko. I call the fund seven okay. That's a that's a that was the original seven at the that they did that. They did it's. It's you know it's eight thousand feet. It's it's day hike <hes> politics eight hours nine hours to do it. There's no snow. There is no during their or summer. I'm sorry there are winter but it's a fun thing to go down and mixed with the offseason and find her way in snowy mountains and then fly back out <unk> <hes> and then you know the seventh one of course is is the big boy in the block mount everest n._s. Coming up on this next april jacked up about <hes> all of those except forever sound really interesting to me like i i would actually love the doom if i could ever get the green light from comnet home. Pack a ah my wife yeah but everest man. That's a whole 'nother level. Isn't it yeah but you know i. I tell you one thing i let's again. I wanna reference back to you. You mentioned something around this the opening in that is that trying take out the the the the variables right and ensure that <hes> as when when you as a seal and all the things that you've done in your past <hes> <hes> you're going into a hostile area you're thinking about. Let's take out all the variables to give gels right the best chance i'm assuming that and so <hes> same thank the way i look at this three percent of all the people that they go up there every year die my experience that has been on every single mount every single when i've been on on with exceptional of the mountain in in australia there have been people on the mound should not be there in snow so you start asking yourself you know why is that what can you do about it and i can control only the things that i can control and so attached to be four about what i can do. One is not start with everest in whatever so i haven't climbing mountains around the world and honi my game on corrales rescue roping use my ass all that kind of stuff a lot of things that unite i will deal with on rainier. <hes> number two is i'm. I'm i'm i'm going to be defeated sky on the mountain. I'm not saying that there's somebody else who's as fit but nobody would be more fit on three. I've moved my entire life to some valley idaho last year in preparation for all this stuff off and so this last year in prepping for vinson i literally would they call it skin but you put these like sandpaper type materials under your skis as in every morning at six a._m. With the headlamp on i would ski to the top of the mountain. I go up the mountain down and ice yeah in all the conditioning and then i also go back a condition again..

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"pattison" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"pattison" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"They were completely upside down and so i knew what i had to do is complete checkout cout and going into a whole new different direction and just literally the moment of truth and those other things you know with school. My grades went up. I'd move tom. Mighty house was too far removed home with mom and dad and my football thing started to pick up and get more confidence and in my school grades went up in my fraternity life. I could pick and choose when i went to this party in the leave at a certain time and not be up till two a._m. In the morning but it was hard because you know your college kid you're twenty johnny and nineteen and you wanna do what all your buddies are doing but you can't. It's sacrifice tend to think you're invincible too and i remember having that same experience. It's living in the fraternity and thinking i can you know just rock swimming competitively and that good grades and an step every night drink you know god knows how much beer here it doesn't work so well. You know well anyways yeah. I mean h- gosh all those things are just they're short term two and and the the irony of all that is all the kids that are sitting in the stands that are watching us play on the field would have paid a zillion dollars to be you us in those positions playing against michigan you know plan against the u._s.'s the stanfords being out there and so it's a hard choice but that's where or is this. What would you want your life to look like in an architect that in the right way right so the n._f._l. L. <unk> did you start with the raiders. Who recruited you out of udub yeah so you know that it's a it's an interesting process. When you go through <unk>. I was fortunate into to also have a whole lot of n._f._l. Players come before me or college players that were n._f._l. Prospects that they went through the same process. We had lots of n._f._l. Scouts coming around onto the university of washington so i was prepared for that versus if i would have been from a smaller school. The navy didn't have that same attraction but <hes> essentially if you're you're part of the three hundred fifty kids top kids in the country you get invited to the combines. Incumbent is kinda like this no addition for showcasing case in your talent beyond what they've seen on film or maybe a scout has sat in a stadium watching you play against somebody and so i went down to <hes> just the date you a little bit <unk>. Navy's dating may really got back in the day. I got it was nineteen. Ninety-five got invited to go to the combines. All expense paid just like jerry. Maguire wire is crazy all these agents than everybody else coming around and making deals and this and that but i was in the same class junior and junior and senior now. This is my senior year this fall in your senior. We just beat oklahoma in the orange bowl that ranked number two in the country so went down to phoenix to the university. A of arizona are actually joan state and <hes> and they had the combat down there and jerry rice <hes> it was the year the wide receiver so from there you get kind of a draft draft analysis in i was chosen to go somewhere between the fifth and seventh round got picked up by the raiders in so immediately you go into like all these different camps in after the draft in april you know is pretty much off the l._a..

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"pattison" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"pattison" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Down one from how did i get here. What am i going to do about it was really that moment where things circle shift on the other hand by decree folks this is mark and welcome back to the unbeatable mind podcast. Thanks so much for being here today. Super appreciate your time. I know you've got a lot of things buying for your attention so i won't waste your time before i introduce my guest mark pattison. We are going to talk a little bit about seal fit today. Many of you have heard that about that business or participated participated in our training if you haven't and maybe you don't know about it then it's the training i started in two thousand and seven rid help seal another spec ops candidates dominate manege their selection training and also become better warriors in the u._k. Environment that they face and the programs worked. I mean anecdotally although although it's hard to collect the stats over ninety percent of the candidates that i train or retrain on my coaches and i make it through their training pipelines and a lot of the techniques that we've developed over the years are now being integrated into seal buds training as well as the para rescue training and being used by other military units very kind of gratifying to see that come full circle at any rate the program <hes> like i said initially was four military spec ops but i had a lot of civilians come to me and say hey that looks pretty interesting fifty hours a nonstop physical mental training based on hell week. Can i do it and <hes> after a little bit of thought i said well if you're crazy enough to do that. Go for it it but i'm not going to water down the standards and not gonna critics separate program for you and so we started letting civilians in an and since then that that was back in two thousand eight i think or nine and since then thousands of people gone through what we now call the ca- koro camp and that is a reference to this <hes> warrior term of a whole oh mind home on immigration or merging your heart and mind and your action which you certainly need to navigate the grueling coral camp check out <hes> the information shen about coral camp and it's <hes> shorter cousins twenty x twenty x is a reference that you are capable of twenty times more. The twenty x is a twelve hour version and then we have a twenty four hour version which is finally called the twenty x. l. as in extra-large so you can go twelve twenty four or jump right into the the shimmy shot the whole chimney china fifth yard but you might want to consider doing them in that progression. There's a lot to be learned. A lot of the insights come from the training path itself the preparation the mindset developing the durability and the <hes> <hes> resiliency to go the go the distance and then you end up at the test of the event itself you have a much better time and much more orange oil time and you actually can use it as a transformative experience as opposed to just gut check or a survival test something we're gonna talk about today day by the way with mark in the context of big mountaineering but anyway so sincere vicar choral camp by the way is a good way to test yourself for other challenges oranges. We say that you want to go to the challenge before the challenge comes to usa learn how to become resilient. Learn how to get sheepdog strong so that you can overcome any challenge that life throws.

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"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Warship. I actually think the two thousand fifteen general election was such a shock to people wasn't people economy. I became aware of echo. Chambers and people were just waking up to the shocking news. Ed milliband was going to be the world's biggest six biggest economy and didn't see that coming and i think that that really irks people into something and it's been it's been a different from proposition since then oh yeah but if you if everything has been young ox right from russia and what what about is in america i'm here is these people. The people who claimed the most patriotic are the first level of that guy numerically religious krisztian yeah the first able to go. Oh no it's fine but lebron because jesus was nettie totaling. We're not gonna we're gonna have guns because i think jesus sent you a ladder shoot people if you wanted in case claiming ain't nothing to do with nothing to do with those symbols that just people who want to win the argument. I agree at any solve exposed a lot of hypocrisies. I mean you got the business right labor. Our top to the working classes lib dem's i in politics to a democratic and the greens reaching out finally to piglet don't live in caravans and drink. I think they do on precedent at times but i think anyone so anyone listening things that you've got to at this point in the brexit process without being deeply hypocritical. I think in that period is over. We've all done it in some way and that's why things are thinking mccarthy's always some of it comes that's from knowledge of my own hypocrisy mainly. It's never never say something didn't think always but sometimes i think that's fucking funny thing. You know i'm surprised stuffing that so did a bit more mash for about why for everybody over the device he should be denied treatment and ah ah like i'm not saying i definitely think that should happen but i remember being angry about. The demands mark on the chest thinking about already swallows up a lot of money. What could we do in a four year. They've had a good knock when they maybe it's time logan's bring long-running uh-huh run into any funds to play in the party evil toils. I am an tori offended mash report you definitely you want but we only out a setback for myself. Untainted comedies about testing you think so when i've done stuff from i mean i think i'm as lithuania upsetting people twitter. Everyone's got this idea that go. Oh you think this this and therefore you think this about which i'm sure you get a lot as well so there's no nuance like the people decide you wanna side in their struggle extrapolate to what they imagine everyone on that which is in the case in any goes so important step back and even say something. You don't believe in tax. I i saturday's whereas purest form is to test a an idea i think spa is that if you if you don't like the idea of comedy sending your chinese anything to shoot shoot down so the first charges disingenuous and stuff like i've never heard pigs are left wing or you're not really left-wing but that does seem to be with you. Guys coming comes through now. It's just adopted a stance to get coverage. I'm adopted. I milk initiate this. No two ways about that but it does come. I think probably people get sick in their mouth but i am a conservative party member and even some of the people that vote conservative but that go out jeopardize not right but i did get to vote on the next prime minister for twenty five quits. Would you get frequently frequently. Jerry devote treated tomorrow at the vote for him because i enjoy guys didn't really the the cut sort of thing. I didn't feel that we saw jeremy. I mean he just looks law and alien. It's just a ride in his body. Doesn't he looks every time he speaks. He looked shocked to activate surviving. So you think there is a potential public. Boris is the like it if you say that he's going to roll back rights for gay gay people and people of color again. It's his dystopia prophesized..

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"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Thing and then you just try and charge exponentially more for it without radiating good reasons stock market and it just goes up and then crash for no fucking reason so i think we're all caught it more economically people that sell merch and stuff like that you know left-wing comex so merge. I sell match. Let's not wanna give anyone any money to do it. I'd have to be paying out my about four. I saw about three books. The gig and i just have to give that money to the person selling books things absolutely love steve steve the dependence of stuff but that's what stand up is though isn't it. That's the autonomy of the candy what you want and regardless. I think it is great but there are other voices than when i started doing stand up their word or list people from different backgrounds are now i. I'm with you. You want qualified but breaks you still heartbreaks fucking loved heartbreaks richard as favor but i agree even agree on brexit. You say you want to know deal brexit. Go through just to see what i'm an eye on that story and i'm not saying it's coming from a great place morally or politically but we've got a bigger people side. It's definitely going to be an absolute classified and nobody was saying that we fine. I would like to know agree with you. I think the only way for us the progress is this is one thing that you say you won't have to test an idea at some point. I've been thinking unfortunate that a it probably will impact badly on the people he wanted to go well but it might but i guess the swathe of working class support and i wasn't working class. People didn't exclusively sport brexit but there is you look at the way that tory policies attended now whoever's in government. We'll have to satisfy that demagogue gov regardless you know so so i think that they've made themselves known and they will they will get service regardless of weapons but the other way round of infected people eighty four year the way it's not forty eight yeah in that case. I think you'd have gotten to a lot of trouble but the thing is nobody actually voted vote for no deal brexit. No vote no vote. You come to think so but nobody was no. I didn't i'll be honest. I didn't i thought that they would be the only do seem to be a disaster brexit with that remained side so i think you'll be brexit brexit but if you're going to have to deal brexit i think that's the same as remaining remaining. I think he's not so far away from the you'd have to have another referendum but then you know if you have another referendum movies fifty to four hundred yards away like does remain gopher on away goes. What's the word. I'm not like. I understand the logic. This is point. I'm at now is a finger spending a lot of incredibly tribal about we've all become weirdly politically or ideological. We've got this kind of straight line through our politics and everyone else is talking shit but we but we got the sentient synthesis of the world around us but i can understand all the arguments now just think when there's a democratic mandate some kind of meaningful brexit has happened and get people don't understand that i mean sovereignty isn't it sounds quite antiquated. Doesn't it sounds like some jesus. Standing bob river with peace american car isn't it now they make idea typically fuck aww fuck you end up being a vassal america rather than europe. We're not gonna vote and then i was going to do you want to join in america. We have a vote on it but also joining in america that they're going to put america first leaving. I'm trying to think i do think the coordinate chicken thing has become the remain version of bendy bananas other things quite as much of an issue as people woah.

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"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"I asked three people because i'm from the north and that's what we do you ask for help or no one wanted to help. No will people just ignore those people wa- compassionate quite late and quite dark and i don't know where i don't know how it got home couldn't remember me address to put google maps and i was like what what the hell threatening tweeted by and she told me a screen shot my google map so she knew where i was on a pin and she sent me an uber to come in and i was approximately three minutes from my house i i literally got in. The car knocked him a bit tipsy. Catherine told the driver i was a little sister they stop because he was like a com- finder. I'm going to leave melissa's. They have to make sure she gets all your sister drinks over and why is she crying and talking differently and i'm getting so upset like never been so big overwhelming london not being really thrown by the fat nobody would help us because i'd never experienced that before. It's been the taxi all upset and went annoy. You don't go your address book. Can you point which direction it was. I it's definitely my house. I'm i'm kidding. I was so close spray a good person. It's nice on the meetings. That's why i'd like again. They must be removed to die. At least she's gonna come out and be something really stephania lock comedians and when to just let me die in the streets were being. I've seen just got the comedy. Stop with dan. Le di so you'll show in the last year showed you show yes the harare flogging a dead peach scope e. g. and it's about being being happy because i did a sideshow the first year and i got annoyed that people were only implying that done well because cried and lamb going to write a happy show in spite you wall wall and that did bloody well as well so moreau yeah next year. I'll be like i'm indifferent running.

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"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Would it be the same up your gums because that's the real question milky way crispy rolls. I want one okay. I had an sauce forty quickly for us to have good. Let's see how we got up. Ask everyone this question knitting on and trying to work out by the answer ahead of time. I'm not sure this time. Have you ever seen a ghost. I think okay i think <music> swiped towards that are men but like <hes> savings quite a bit but just like because i'm really excited school go but i remember in little and look at like really young looking at me bedroom door and seeing someone coming up the stairs and a k a witches mask. Ask and i remember for years been convinced it was a goal but now we're not unlike probably me system jet but i remember for years being like no so where mosques died of with died when the trick or treat and they are committed to that moms and scooby doo you go suicide muscled the because they've not maybe someone tried to scare you away from the landing for some reason if there was plutonium mine ah over it can be easily spooked though you could easily convince someone you could tell the story now that this place is hone not not be like this is definitely if anyone relaxing people. I've seen people backstage. I also wanted to have those guys and they said they were the jacksonville adjusted media will close old man in my dressing room for juicy inside the writers and then when i went to the louis back i the same things by the masons masonic whoa i've been implying their murderous and sex criminals say buying saying and there was an old man sitting there looking at me. Maybe that was my warning to stop doing that. I'm still alive. I was thinking of prince when sunday the other day and still not clever got away. Got away can't do another one straightaway. Uh that's the way that was another question if you this is my favorite question edinburgh fringe surged question if you could take any one item for many art gallery or museum in the world have it for yourself and take over keeping which painting or item from museum would you like to. I would wanna take just the whole gift shop. How good would that be. Was we could run from your home run ornate from your house. That's how i'm going to get a mortgage. 'cause then every time someone comes to visit and be like do you want a pencil very overprice pencils. <hes> all these scams in the world more discounts which is being a comedian people paint by a good scam. There's lots of places that have that mark holiday. You'll have to mark. If you run a gift shop in the museum. You're allowed to mark up the price and you saw the feel of the customer feels they should buy something because he will not appreciate it any of the off by a postcard of the the most visually appealing piece of art. I didn't understand then. I'm still small food. You got the gift shop. You got all the posters as well so that post the pictures with them up reading the original one but it'd be nice to have the rich and just have security van gafa. I remember going to the castle museum museum in quasi which the world boss alone on and i walked in i was like i'm going to have a day off gallery. I'm so local jet. I did the whole thing in about three minutes and then i felt really bad as i looked the all and off so they're not another lap but then people would just lookin' is she's already ready dunlap and i was like look like the optimal half an nothing. I didn't just go with a gift shop. Now isn't for me. They really do feel like your beholden to go in and get some occasionally. You'll find one..

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"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"I i'm john berman e-e-expanded. We ended about isis and the end about mortgages at five. Oh see this is already valuable information in which was like would have been i it is so much a it tweeting about having an email about affordable flats in london come through four hundred and fifty thousand. That's the last night and i don't think i'll reach a bigger joke of the festival like an e mail popped up and it was like most not looking at how is it was like after an affordable first time home in london i am. He has a two bed flat. It's four hundred and fifty grand. I was like that's not affordable. In what way is that affordable so then i did that class at northern thing of going on right move and look come up four hundred and fifty grand with get you a newcastle. It would get you newcastle. This is amazing. I bet economy. We must be guan mask of as long as well. It wasn't even particularly nice bit off. It was in like you know west london and if it was in harrods that'd be yeah okay. I can understand the price his talk but i'm like i know whether it's not worth half. A million credits shelf inherits the room that they put toy on the toy story. The fifty garrett in our joe hatton harris was sold for some particular million pounds which is the tug average. Trump was just up the road. Oh my first black was imbalan- high paid and ninety five thousand pounds freak and i'm not feeling smoke anymore. That's all run as well as by fast money into in twentieth century money but yeah i. I can't believe that young people have risen up in sort of rebelled against the system. I'm even though i should really be fine. Young people want a rebel and they're like what do we want cheaper rent. What are we gonna do about it live at home. That's actually what will do for why it easier in some ways yeah. I know i think i would do. I'd that'd be chucked out here. You moved from you. How how long london three years ago yeah. It was quite difficult for you. Just broken the relations so hard so we said we would do long distance and i was like because that way doesn't it like we badly say each the warmer in the same city but when we've got a whole away between us and it was just impossible because i was working all day as a waitress to be able to afford to live in london gigging in the evening he was a bartender endesa he was always working in the evening january and being like six months and i was like we've never seen each other and it was horrible moment whereas like right it's my career or the boy i one of with all my heart and i was like i'm going to go for the career. Thank you for like the most selfish person in the world because i am given up someone who are loaf. Oh f- four something i love the career pays me more than he did to be thrown to sit. In and edinburgh uh-huh well is again when you're young those things seem so important but ultimately you have to make those yeah and i think when you're young as six months is a long time to not ask you fifty two. That's just you're ready. Seem is just it's winter my wife my mouth. I haven't seen him for six months but when you're young that feels like longtime definitely especially young a young boyfriend was prop up.

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Donald Trump, Tacoma Detention Center and Trump discussed on KIRO Nights

KIRO Nights

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump, Tacoma Detention Center and Trump discussed on KIRO Nights

"We see is debris field life jackets floating life rings floating nobody around it was really one of the people who rushed in to help, passengers on a duck boat that sank in. A Missouri lake killing seventeen people more from CBS's Omar Villafranca it is unclear why the boat. And another that made it back safely were. On the lake Jim Pattison junior president of the parent company Ripley, entertainment said nothing like this has ever happened in the businesses forty seven year history. Or, your captains trained to be in that kind, of water typically if we have a storm. Warning like that then they would not go in the, water duck boats by law do have to have life jackets. But passengers are not required to wear them here in Seattle five people died and dozens were injured when a ride the ducks land and water vehicle collided with a commuter bus on the Aurora bridge in two thousand fifteen president Donald Trump's attorney is confirming that Trump's former personal lawyer recorded him discussing a. Potential payment to an. Ex playboy model she claimed she had an, affair with Mr. Trump. Attorney video Giuliani says the payment was never made some of the migrant parents being held at the Tacoma detention center will be reunited with, their kids soon Cairo sevens Michael spears has. The story Seattle times citing the northwest immigrant rights project said about ten parents here at the. Detention center we're told yesterday that they will. Be transferred today to Texas to be reunited with their families but, the reports say they have not been told exactly where they're going or how they. Will, be reunited with their children this week a, judge temporarily stop deportations of the families reunited. After being separated at the border at the Trump administration, works to meet a Tuesday deadline so next week to reunite. More than twenty five hundred children.

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How Far Up is Space?

Imagine This

03:56 min | 2 years ago

How Far Up is Space?

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How Old is the Moon?

Imagine This

01:21 min | 2 years ago

How Old is the Moon?

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"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"pattison" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Oh all we've done we haven't really done anything that special riot is that we just take the way the two friends talk to each other and put it on stage but what is sad i suppose is the the dynamic the chasm that exists between us in our country is so vast that what is truly rare to people is a white guy and an indigenous blow being close enough to do that that that's like whoa redone that's rare will at that to and outcome arab sense of humor comedy saying israeli underdeveloped television film all that sort of stuff we were usually hit aboriginal people dishes people were usually on as as the comic relief or the or the other clown we we place they're going to talk with varied with visit there's a aboriginal actor named pattison who applied for a role in a really shitty tv show water rats who's just out on our once he emma dial one of those fucking thinks he just wait for the row and he's a good actor he's done a little safi walks into the room for the addition is an auto these characters not indigenous and he just because i know hurt can i just try that and that's where we fucking open definitely inspire stand up it's the same thing if onboard up talking about how the time montgomerie falkenberg the table can't keep can't ahead around it tell me about that time though because i really it's just go you know what you call the perfect doesn't work stick that's all this all is well that's but that's where and olympic the biggest.

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