35 Burst results for "Pirates"
Cardinals fire Mike Shildt over 'philosophical differences'
"The singles cardinals the pirates manager Mike chilled over philosophical differences within the organization chel took over the reins of the franchise on an interim basis in August two thousand eighteen and secure the job on a permanent basis the following season the Redbirds won ninety one games that year earning short National League manager of the year honors singles with thirty and twenty eight in the pandemic Jordan twenty twenty season losing to San Diego in the opening round of the expanded playoffs this year's team used a franchise record seventeen game winning streak in September to reach the wild card game where they lost to the Dodgers I'm Mike Reeves
Suarez shutout, Harper HR, Phils win 5th in row, top Pirates
"Rangers far as pitched a four hit shutout while striking out seven is the Phillies beat the pirates three nothing swaras scattered four singles and allowed no walks in his first career complete game he needed just ninety seven pitches after never going more than six and two thirds innings in a previous start Bryce Harper hit his thirty fourth home run and Manveer ling his first major league round tripper both coming in the third inning of Philadelphia's fifth win in a row Brad Miller added an RBI hit in the fifth inning to give swore as an insurance run and help the Phils keep pressure on the Braves in the NL east race I'm the ferry
Gregorius' HR rallies Phillies, cuts Braves' NL East lead
"He could always hold a three run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Phillies a six win over the pirates it's ridiculous six five plate in the top of the and in order to run pension home run by Wilmer Difo was his thirteenth for the Phils starting pitcher Kyle Gibson and first baseman Rappler plus RBI double by Bryce Harper to pick up the win their fourth in a row nearest being Kennedy got to say Michael along
Phillies rally from 6 down, beat Bucs 12-6 to gain on Braves
"The Israelis going twelve unanswered runs to pick up some ground in the National League east division race of the twelve six win over the pirates scored five runs in the bottom of the third by Brad Miller took the lead for good in the bottom of the sixth one of three run home run by Ronald certainly as the and its two more runs in the bottom of the seventh on a two run home run by G. the wind mobile filled within two games of the first place Braves six for a loss Zacks Michael long ago hello
Votto power surge leads Reds rally for 9-5 win over Pirates
"The Reds erased a five run deficit and beat the pirates nine to five to stay three games behind the cardinals for the second NL wild card Joey Votto tied the game in the fifth with his second Homer of the night and a U. any us war is followed with the go ahead shot the cast Jana drove in three runs home home by five and then being able to come back in player baseball play good defense put together a two out rallies opening coming in and lights out really Kyle farmer also went deep for Cincinnati the Reds over came back to back homers by Yoshi to sugo and Brian Reynolds in the first inning so to go also hit an RBI single in Pittsburgh's three run third I'm Dave Ferrie
"pirates" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"This has a modicum of truth. Amputation was very common way of treating wounds back then. It was either eliminate the limb or risk infection. Which could kill you. It's entirely possible that pirates would have had more limbs removed and is lost than normal people plainly. Let's address the big question. Did pirates talk like pirates. If real pirates appeared today would they fit in well on talk like a pirate day. The real reason why we think pirates talk like pirates can be traced entirely to a single person robert newton. Robert newton was a british actor from the twentieth through the fifties who starred in the nineteen fifty. Walt disney film treasure island playing the role of long john. Silver newton grew up in dorset england and went to university in cornwall. He basically took a west country. English accent turn it up to eleven in editor zone piracy stuff to it to make it his own. He reprised the role in nineteen fifty four movie long john silver and then in tv series by the same name. His performance was so iconic that he pretty much set the bar for what being pirate was the area of england that newton got the accent from was well represented among seafarers and there might have been some pirates at sort of talk like that but in reality there would have been a wide variety of accents. International talk like a pirate day was established in one thousand nine ninety-five five by john. Old chum bucket. Bauer and mark cap and sloppy. Summers was just intended as a joke and it didn't get very far until two thousand two when it was adopted by newspaper columnists dave berry robert newton of long john. Silver fame has been dubbed the patron saint of international talk like a pirate day in response to the day december fifth was dubbed international ninja day to honour ninjas which are the mortal enemies of pirates since then international. Talk like a pirate day has grown into a thing big enough. I guess for someone.
Mahle, Reds Avoid Sweep, Edge Pirates 1-0
"The Reds avoided a three game sweep and gave their wild card hopes a boost with a one nothing win over the pirates Tyler valley improved to twelve and five by holding the pirates to five hits all singles over six innings Reds manager David bell says Malley look good once again Tyler Malley continues to to just have a a fantastic season and today was similar to what we've seen many starts from him and I came on a on a big day important date for us as Struble Cabrera penchant for Malley in the seventh and delivered a sacrifice fly for the game's only run the Reds completed at three and six road trip that allowed the cardinals to pass them for the second NL wild card Cincinnati is one game behind Saint Louis after ending a four game losing streak I'm Dave Ferrie
Dodgers Clinch Their Ninth Consecutive Playoff Berth
"Like to welcome in now the greet buster only espn baseball insider host of the baseball tonight. Podcast can follow at buster underscore. Espn buster always great to talk to you. Guys are man so buster. The dodgers clinched their ninth street playoff spot with a win last night. How important is it for them to actually win the division though with these surprising giants well. It's it's absolutely huge. The funny thing was about nine days ago. We had the dodgers and giants sunday night. Baseball and i asked that very question of neighbors. The dodgers manager any kind of blinked looked at me and he goes. You know what it's too out. I haven't even given a thought right. He's still in the moment of the regular season. But you know now down the stretch with less than three weeks ago it's going to become a focal point because we've seen time and again how great players can be derailed. By that wildcard game. There were a couple of years Seven eight years ago when it looked like at the end of the regular season the pittsburgh pirates were the best team in the national league but they had to go through wildcard game and it back to back years they face madison bumgarner to the beginning of the greatest postseason run. We've ever seen any pitcher that was in two thousand fourteen and they lost and then the next year they got jake arrieta at the end of the greatest second half we ever saw from pitcher And they lost again and so the dodgers have a chance to be the first team to win back to back titles since The nineteen ninety. Eight to two thousand yankees. I think that the best team in baseball right now but one game. You just never
Was Lafayette Left out of the Cultural Spotlight? With Mike Duncan
"While i was preparing for our discussion today one thing that stood out to me is the sheer lack of movies or tv. Shows about or even including lafayette. If there's one thing we've pedia is good for its those lists where they show all the different cultural depictions from people and for lafayette. It has a whopping twenty four listings of movies. Tv shows or even songs that depict him. Why do you think he's been left out of the cultural spotlight. I went through the same thing that you did. Because i knew i was going to be coming on to do this. And talking about lafayette. You know in tv and movies and was like i don't actually remember him showing up that much I you know. I've i've seen him pop a few times. I think part of it is just like in the anglophone world like an english speaking world. there haven't been that many depictions even of just like the french revolution generally right and once lafayette leaves. The american revolution goes back to france. Most of his life and adventures are set in france and set against the backdrop of the french revolution. Which sure there have been some movies about that but it has never been like a recurring major source of movies and tv shows for the english. Speaking world i mean it's not like a western or even like pirate movies. And so if you're gonna if you're gonna get lafayette you're going to get him as a teenager in the american revolution and then even when you sort of like hone. In on the american revolution there are stories that are adjacent to events in the american revolutionary war of independence. But that even those are not exactly why a vibrant genre that keeps recurring. It's not like we keep going back and turning up but there's not like a movie every single year about the american revolution so he's already kind of confined to a spot that the historical imagination doesn't go back to actually give like if we were doing a show about Let's say the industrial revolution in britain. There's historical fiction set in industrial revolution britain. Every four months right there's always going to be a show about that. And so he's already kind of in a bit of a in a bit of a box and then he himself is just adjacent enough to kind of everything whether it's john adams or whether it's thomas jefferson or whether it's Ben franklin or george washington that he's always going to be just a very hillary character
Number of Americans in Afghanistan to Be Rescued Unclear
"What's the minimum number about which we are certain that are there and have not been able to get out is at one hundred is at five hundred. Is it five thousand. Do they have any minimum number. No no number at all. At least from what i saw. They resisted providing specific number which is incredible now. Their argument is okay. When people come into afghanistan they're encouraged to register with the embassy. Some do some don't and then some don't d- register when they leave the country. I understand but we should at least have some range of an estimate about how many we have contact with you right exactly. How many have contacted you. Because you gotta let now. My question is if people forgotten danny pearl. Have they forgotten the woman journalist in syria. They forgotten the beirut's cia station cheap. These are fanatics. it's not like we're giving the pirates. They're they're the absolute worst people in the world and we're abandoning americans to it. It's mind boggling. And by the way. The taliban has american hostages right now to me. I don't understand. I don't understand why if we're gonna make this humiliating surrender agreement. Why didn't even include getting some hostages back that we know they have the final thing. I mean. the other thing i'd say is if the white house continues to make this argument that will don't worry about the collapse of position afghanistan leaving behind american citizens the fact that we don't have the ability to over the horizon counter-terrorism there it's all about china and the pacific our past actions and our reputation in a in a different theater doesn't matter in terms of our ability to deter china. Okay well if you accept that argument then everything. Hinges on the balance of power in the indo pacific vis-a-vis china and that balance of power is getting worse in large part because the biden defense department is making it worse and it's budget is abysmal. And yesterday we voted on a five trillion dollar bill that takes us to the lowest level of defense. Spending is a function of gdp in eighty years. So their priorities which are all out of whack. Which hinge entirely on passing a bernie sanders progressive budget while decimating defense that is weakening our position vis-a-vis china
"pirates" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"The british navy in its own right was increasingly powerful penalties for working with pirates became a much bigger deterrent and the risk simply was becoming too much. This would lead to a general decline in the practice. This is not to say however that the conditions that created piracy simply vanished though less common the use of privateers to supplement. The navy continued to be common practice. That united states relied on the practice through the american civil war in europe. The use of privateers would continue until the eighteen fifty six treaty of paris. Eight treaty that the united states declined to sign non european nations still commonly used merchant ships in conflict so in that regard privateer does still exist though it is far less common than it was during the eighteenth century as has always been the case. There still exists a very fine line between privateer and piracy as we wrap up today's episode. I want to take a second to just making note on the sources that i'm using in writing this podcast. I make use of a variety of different sources. I use everything from extremely broad textbook style. Sources they cover huge amounts of time to secondary sources focused on very particular events in moments. I used primary texts as political writings. Journal articles and more every single episode is pulled together through multiple sources as i do my best to ensure that i'm providing you good an accurate accounts of events. If you ever find yourself wondering what. Sources i draw from. I do keep a running source list on my website. That will give you just that information. If a particular topic interests you go check out what. I used to write the episode and diving deeper this week. For example i relied heavily on pirates of the chesapeake bay. An absolutely fantastic book by historian jamie good all if you want to know more about piracy in the era. Pick up her book. You won't be disappointed. I will include a link to the website in today's show. Notes that way you can pop over to the website. Nc just what it is. I'm using to tell the story next time. We are going to dive. Headlong into queens war. The colonies are about to be swept up in a war between the english. The french and the spanish until then. I hope you all have a wonderful two weeks. I hope that you are staying healthy and staying safe. And i will see you back here next time as we examine the beginnings of queen and war..
"pirates" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"It was a pretty natural progression into piracy. We know that england used privateers extensively going back to that episode on the english spanish war. Remember that in the battle of the spanish armada. The english navy did feature a large number of english privateers however. I do want to be clear that this was not exclusively in english club. Other countries absolutely were using privateers to varying degrees. It is also important to note that we'll privateers were celebrated heroes. Everybody hated pirates. This is why. Despite east kitschy past francis drake would become sir francis drake. What then is the advantage to the individual nation if everybody hated pirates why create a class of people that was so likely to descend into piracy in the future. The answer to that question lies. Within the realm of pragmatism. The battle of the spanish armada provides us with a good example. And by the way. I never would have guessed that i would be talking. About the english spanish war episode so much seventy episodes. After the fact today we are used to thinking of the british as being in naval powerhouse and from the eighteenth century up into the twentieth century. That is absolutely true. They were just that however back. During the sixteenth century they were not yet a naval power. The english navy would not have been able to defeat. The spanish armada one on one therefore privateers made a lot of sense as they were a method whereby a country could supplement their existing navy drain the rapid expansion of english colonization during the seventeenth century. The navy was strengthened by a good margin however with england increasingly becoming a colonial power. Their navy was being stretched thin. Inter- the privateer. Who can do things like interrupted enemy shipping lanes and hence interfere with their economy over time. This would decrease the enemy's ability to fund the war in the short term by attacking the enemy ships using privateers. It was possible to reduce the enemy's projection of power in the colonies by using privateers to conduct skirmishes on the other side of the atlantic. It freed up far more valuable english warships.
Dodgers Pummel Pirates 9–0 for 6th Straight Win, Gain on SF
"Max Muncy homered twice and drove in five as the Dodgers crush the pirates nine zip AJ Pollock three for five with a home run Corey Seager home run three RBI Mitch white out of the bullpen to tossed seven in the third shutout innings just two hits allowed white gets his first win of the season pirates starter JT Brubaker charged with seven runs given up he is foreign thirteen LA has now defeated Pittsburgh sixteen consecutive games mark Myers Los Angeles
MLB Proposes $100 Million Salary Floor, Stiffer Luxury Taxes
"A salary floor for teams is reportedly being discussed and face to face collective bargaining between Major League Baseball and the Players Association. The athletic reports new luxury tax would be imposed on teams of $180 million and we go to teams to help them reach a salary floor of $100 million. The current system begins taxing teams at 210 million There are currently 12 teams under that $100 million Earmark. Four are under 60 million, including the Marlins, who are coming to Cincinnati tomorrow. Also, the Pirates, Orioles and
Former MLB Pitcher, Felipe Vazquez, Sentenced to Prison for Sexually Assaulting Teen
"Pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates, has been sentenced to at least two years behind bars for statutory sexual assault and child pornography in a case involving a girl who was 13 when the encounters began. 30 year old Philippe Vast Vasquez, who had already served nearly two years in jail, Prosecutors said the former All Star closer, was in touch with the girl by text message for two years while he played for the Pirates. Girl's mother found their text messages after the family had moved from Pennsylvania to Florida State
Beaty Leads Dodgers Past Pirates 4-3 for 5th Win in a Row
"The Dodgers chalked up another win over the pirates for three the final LA is now defeated Pittsburgh fifteen consecutive games mad baby came through with the key hit a two run double of Cody Ponce in the fifth inning that mated for two Dodgers Buckley was able to get past the first baseman in and score some runs so this is trying to put the ball in play is two outs and two strikes and hoping something good would happen the pirates scored a run in the ninth of Kenley Jansen but left two runners stranded is Jansen recorded his twenty fifth save the Dodgers have won five in a row mark Myers Los Angeles
Ashby, Brewers Beat Pirates 6-0 to Split Doubleheader
"Kevin Newman tied a major league record with four doubles while scoring four times as the pirates blasted the brewers fourteen to four in game one no much to run double sparked a six run fifth that included Brian Reynolds two run shot Reynolds had four RBIs his Pittsburgh ended an eight game losing streak rookie Aaron Ashby and three relievers combined on a four hitters to brewers order six nothing when and a split of their doubleheader with the pirates I was awesome you know well I thought it went really well as efficient in the strike zone and is good good to be out there and have like a normal start ready to less blasted a two run Homer to cap a three run fifth they give the brewers a five nothing lead in their fifth win in six games I'm Dave Ferrie
"pirates" Discussed on HISTORY This Week
"That made things difficult it was also each other pranks were constant. Sometimes a news reader would be reading and then some new get smoked in the students of new river off. Your news is being destroyed because someone thought it would be funny to set your notes on. Fire the guys with lock each other in their cabins. Just the four broadcast live. You'll love the year in two minutes. It could be chaos not just the pranks. They also kept live chickens on deck for eggs. One guy had a pet bird. They sometimes talk to on the air. We'll let me put in a word edgewise minor. Like you go right into the little black hole in the back one day. A bunch of them are on board when the signal goes out anyone trying to tune in to radio. Caroline north fines silence. Everyone on board is running around trying desperately to find the problem. Finally nick bailey told us they realize we would on the toaster. I needed a trip everything. It would be suicide these days if you will offer for a couple of hours but it kind of increase the interest that was pent-up demand so we came back on air. We said terribly sorry. It was the toast and people love that sort of thing. All this sort of quirky stuff we were real people and it was the first time that people in britain actually listening to the podcast by. This is already radio. Roger gale's first party time broadcast was on his twenty second birthday. He asked listeners to come down to the coast and flash their lights in celebration and when he looked up he saw people were listening. Lights were flashing everywhere polling day. And said you do realize the off traffic in the chaplain was by the less the practically deep-sea oil tank morning. Harry highstreet away baby movement. We will not and the audience. Aided up within caroline's first three weeks on the air. A gallup poll found that nearly thirty percent of the adult audience in the south stations broadcast zone had listened. That's almost seven million people. We just took all the valve and he just went through. We were playing the stuff that people wanted to hear each day. The tender would bring the latest shipment of records and north funnel to probably poisoned all north atlantic. The music was often sent five. You artists or the record companies themselves media historians and people involved in music scene told us this was kind of an open secret. The record companies weren't really supposed to be fraternizing with pirates. And sometimes the deejays got money or favors in exchange for airtime baptist known as paola. It was banned in the uk but not unique to the pirates. The bbc itself had an internal investigation into paola. A few years later in nineteen seventy-one back on the boat. The regather listen to the records and decide what to play the most exciting time for me. This is on the north ship when sasha and pepper by the beatles came out. dj's crowded around a turntable and listen. That was a particularly calm day. Sun was coming in see. Was like a middle paul. It was just great to be alive. And listening to this music which was out of this world. The carolina dj's had advanced access to records by the monkees jimi hendrix the rolling stones when the bbc refused to play. Tom jones is single. It's not unusual caroline. Dj's did and it shot to number one. They got an early copy of the beach. Boys good vibrations of we played it. Repetitive knew the whole. I think actually we were all on the roof above the studio so they could get ernest bouncing up. Donald ruth day means caroline's large and growing audience. The dj's had real sway with listeners. We did break records. We do actually launched records. Playing a relatively unknown artist. Could make a big difference in that person's career. The fact we played them meant that they eventually became hits themselves. They're becoming real players in the music world. The bbc coming. They told us they definitely noticed. Radio caroline which was having a lot of success with the youth in the fall of thanking sixty four. The bbc even conducted secret market research to quote gather as much information as possible about the caroline listening phenomenon. The following year a newspaper reported that between the two ships caroline boasted the second largest english speaking audience in the world and it was bringing in fifteen thousand pounds a week in profit by the ship's first birthday they had some high profile fans stevie wonder where does the things wishing everyone it radio caroline a very happy birthday and many more to come. This is tom. Jones wishing radio caroline a happy birthday. I think it's a wonderful program. We'd like to thank you very much for plugging my record. Normal people wrote into a lot of them. We've got between five hundred and a thousand fan letters every week. Mostly girls who listen to the pirate ships. The north where. Nick bailey was transferred. Got so much mail that the local post office had specific staff assigned to manage it getting the The female was spoiled with flattering. He's still has some of those letters carolina's great zoning thing i can say about the as they are absolutely mad narrow. It was quite a bit of curiosity about the men behind the mics and they were all men this one says. Da gorgeous and sexy. Nick we are two great fans awaited. Powerline dying to see what you look like. So will you please three. Send us a photo because you sound really nothing. Lots of love linda. This was a theme. Ps please don't forget the photo. It wasn't just girls right into the guys. Keith hampshire told us. He had a crush on his local bank teller. And one day on air. Anybody's driving through epsom today. Do favor stopping the barclays bank. You'll see beautiful blonde teller behind the counter. Just go up to her and say keefer says well. Apparently all day long people were going into the bank and going up to and say kafer says honey radio caroline fans were everywhere but they weren't allowed on the boat. Some ferryboat captains saw a business opportunity and brought boatloads of people right up to the edge of the ships from the people were norway of charleston for votes to it's tied around his something. Do things like put a request. Wrap it round the potato elastic band of surface and whizzing us the boats to throw it on board the caroline. And both that's been running alongside for a little while all the therapy paul for request. Well no sooner had been done here later and then when you came off the ship after your two week stint there'd always be a crowd to greet the dj's week off the ship on what they called shoreleave caroline dj's would interview musicians at carolina. House bathe open at concerts or appear in nightclubs on saturday night. Send the pirate radio lifestyle hot perks like getting into exclusive events or being given free clothes. When told the light clubs and spent money like water. The trees were making less than fifteen hundred pounds a year. The equivalent of about thirty five thousand. Us dollars today but they didn't pay income taxes and while they were on board they had no living expenses they got free food and a ration of cigarettes and beer even their dry cleaning was paid for. I've never felt as rich since bit by bit. The pirates were realizing.
The 1960s Pirates: The Fight to Keep Pop Music Alive
"Gale-force winds off the coast of england choppy waves phone blowing and streaks across the water and a small group of pirate ships that have been fighting to stay afloat and are about to lose radio london present their one hour these are pirates of a particular kind less sword fighting and treasure hunting more spinning records and dancing late into the night for the past few years a handful of votes have made it their mission to broadcast popular music from international waters. Because the bbc won't play much pop. And this is the sixties. The people wanna hear it you. This was always just barely legal and now the government has put its foot down tonight at the stroke of midnight. These pirate radio deejays will become criminals. Several boats have already given up and today the last possible day. The first to stop broadcasting is radio london. Time is three of talk radio. London is now closing down. The next to drop is radio. Two seven oh so named for the frequency that at amazon in their final hours. They have a rough go of it. The bad weather prevents most of the. Dj's for making it out to the boat so they have to record their farewell messages from the shore. Helicopter pilot agrees to drop a package of tapes on board the ship. So the dj's who are on board can play them but he misses and the tapes plunge into the water plus two seven has some technical difficulties after jellyfish get sucked in with the water. That's supposed to cool the generators but their final broadcast is poignant nonetheless role we have exactly exactly sixty seconds left. So i haven't said migrant boys yes well. You already know my sentiments. I'm gonna miss you one hell of a lot right before midnight. Real truth is now closing down.
INTERVIEW With Christina of Melanin Travels Magic
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location in the name of your business crew. Hi everyone manages christina I'm originally french guy. Benza was born in pirates. My burned cell phone From looping second generation I'm currently in london. I've been here for seven years in a row. Now and the name of my businesses millennium travel magic It's a group tool company focused on black re-teach alasia tools So you grew up in france. Tell us what that experience was like. So you're first generation than your parents came from waterloo to france correct. Yes yes so. Guadeloupe is a french of Abutment so technically we are fringed but we leave eight thousand kilometers away and so That yet my. I was specialty vision. Guadalupe mike burns. Send me to my grandmother. So that's why. I'm a bit more connected than most people. I guess also I was raised by a lot of people in my family. Which makes me someone very social sociable. Because i had lots of nineties my mom had me young twenty one and the brothers and sister the youngest twelve and thirteen so for example On wednesday every wednesday take me to cinema to mcdonnell. So i used to have little of have from both sides because my mom gets me again. That was the first girl in the family.
Pinch-Hit HR by Tellez Gives Brewers 4-2 Win Over Pirates
"The brewers turn this game around quickly into a four two win over the pirates brewers are down two to one it was a pretty quiet not an offense before they put two men on in the seventh setting up a pinch hit upper deck home run for rowdy to less the big left hander to Liz battle is way back from an O. two county hitting his fifth home run in twenty one games so the brewers got a from Toronto the brewers took two of three for the pirates starter Steven brought me to season debut for the pirates gave up a run in four innings Chuck Freeman the walking
Held Hitless Into 7th by Houser, Pirates Top Brewers in 10th
"The brewers continue to lead the NL central by seven and a half games over the Reds after Milwaukee wasted a four nothing lead in an eight five ten inning loss to the pirates brewers starter Adrian Houser was pulled after tossing hitless ball over six and a third innings Hauser walked five and left with a four nothing lead after tossing one hundred four pitches Gregory Polanco singled home the tie breaking run in the tenth and Brian Reynolds followed with a two run single at the site Garcia tied the game for the brewers with his third hit and third run batted in the game an RBI double in the seventh I'm Dave Ferrie
"pirates" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men
"Who was terrible. You would probably be like i'm gonna make myself will. They wouldn't have known jack rackham yet so they would have made themselves blackbeard flag and been like. I'm blackbeard. give me your money look. It's the black flag. It's the nice flag you give us your money and we won't kill you and trick people into giving away their money. I feel like blackbeard's a good one to go with for that. Just because he was so intimidating. Like one of my favorite blackbeard details. He was one of the less deadly pirates. because people just didn't start shit with them he come to a ship and they'd be like oh my god it's black beard and slipped on fire his beard. Yeah he's the fanciest man Take just take just kind. I mean that's another thing that. I was really disappointed in black sails for as like blackbeard used to wear like a red ribbons in his beard and his hair. And there's not a single piece of satnam that man on that show sparkle daddy. He was sparkled. Daddy so yeah What else yeah. So yeah pirate flags a lot of the time. So the most famous pirate flags would end up seeing reusing reuse By somebody because this pirate just wanted people to think that there were some other pirate okay. So sort of like the moths with with a pair of eyes on the exact melon with apparent is on their wings or like those those non poisonous frogs who's Who skins look like the poisonous frogs thing. Yeah yeah baby. Cheetahs baby cheetahs. Do baby cheetahs look. Like poisonous fox nobody be cheetahs. Look just enough. Like honey badgers. Things will leave them alone. Oh so cute this. This is my entirely nonscientific. I think i got it from the internet understanding so i may be completely wrong about it. Man i'm still. I'm still sorta surprised. There wasn't any kind of registry which taking me to the fact that there is a registry for clown faces. Yes think that the pirates would be at least that organized. I mean the thing about the pirates was a lot of them were like and i mean this for in the political sense. A lot of them were anarchist's so registry is not so much their thing code. Yes they had a. They had their the pirate code. Kind of a real thing..
"pirates" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men
"A legal captain leave. Use the word legal loosely. Someone who is the captain Who has been known for noncriminal trade and who of government gives the same letter or letter remark. That says that they're allowed to attack the ships of their enemies so it was a lot of the time. It was a way of kind of commissioning on merchant sailors into into helping during wartime Yah francis drake is a super famous private here but he was. Also he's somebody who was specifically working for england and specifically working against the spanish so this is going to be a weird question. Sorry in advance. So all of all of these were all of these specifically aquatic. Could you be terrestrial privateer. No that. Because i don't know anything about people who live on land. Okay okay. I only know about people who live on boats boats. Boats lake hawks. Like hawks right so so with that in mind Let's talk about ships. Okay now you already mentioned and bonnie and marguerite but i want to get to the the the the more the more traditional definition of ship the ones you sail around on. I was gonna say rather than the ones you write about but i guess you could write about those two so maybe the more versatile kind the kind you sail you sail on the sale on okay. So you mentioned there's the that you've been on at least one one pirate one decommission pirate ship. It's not really a pirate ship but it's probably it's kind of the closest to a pirate ship. I've been on okay so and that but it technically technically you can call a pirate ship If you go to boston you can actually still go on the last remaining ship. From the originally commissioned us navy that formed during the revolutionary war. It was during the revolution might have been during the war of eighteen twelve. I might be getting mixed up but anyway technically in the united states not a pirate ship because it was a us naval ship technically in britain higher ship. But it's a really beautiful. It's a really beautiful ship It's definitely if you ever have a chance to go on it. It's really cool. There's you can learn a lot of history and you can kind of see what a typical sailing vessel. The time would've looked at it. Looked like i've been on a bunch other ships but i don't feel comfortable necessarily Stating for sure whether they were pirate ships or not and i was on a replica of the golden hind which was francis drake's ship but it was a replica. So that doesn't really count. It's not actually being used for piracy at the time not ever uses. Piracy was replica was copy. That doesn't mean you get with it. It just means that you're not. It has not been used for piracy to this point. As far as i know. I'd like to think that they do at night. Okay so we're we're talking. Classic piracy this is. This is sort of what. I what i think of is old school. Piracy piracy is still a trade that exists and you in the golden age of piracy. When was that. how do you do so. Golden age of piracy is typically considered. I'm really bad at things that involve number. So this is not my. This is not my strong suit. But i believe it's typically considered late seventeenth century. Early eighteenth century. It's a pretty brief period of time. Most of the people on black sails a they do not die. The ones who do di do not die the way they die on the show however most of them were dead by seventeen. Thirty and the show takes place in seventeen fifty. Actually most of them were dead by seventeen twenty one so it was a very brief when we're talking about all these pirates. It was a very brief period and they really did all know each other. That's not like made up for the show that we weren't like hey let's just bring all the famous pirates together. In fact there are fewer famous pirates. Who were part of the same group which was called the flying gang the sailed out of nassau and and and province town newborn down at that point in time so it was. Yeah it was. It was a very brief period. There were earlier pirates. I don't know exactly what period people say is. This is golden age. This is the golden age. I'm sure there's somebody who has a real specific date definition but usually it's until the statement of the comics. Good.
"pirates" Discussed on Blind History
"But the pickings started to get slimmer and slimmer and slowly but surely these guys at tell me about calico jack. You've mentioned him twice already. And i don't know very much about him so calico jack. John recommends that called him. He was a pirate initially. He was a quartermaster. On charles valles but who was another vicious pirate and he mutinied on charles val because he said that he got soft because he ran away from a french worship but ultimately in the end. I think calica jack also ended up not having a great reputation because near the end of the era he met and bonnie and he had maybe read his boats and they headed relationship and bonnie himself and as they planned and carried on they formed a formidable force but way made his end was they decided to have a big party they just to the ship in it lots of ram they drank and they were a lot of government boats searching for pirates and got drank this sort of firing pistols. The govern boats heard about it so that trial ran away. But when you drank. It's very difficult to be a great seamen so that court them and they basically hanging. I think it was cold. There's a nine there was a set and he'll have killed tons and tons of pirates in jamaica and the not before he was killed and bernie came to me and said what if you fought like a man. You wouldn't die like a dog show. This mary read was quite a work of art as well. She was fissile. I mean like many women at that stage. We're doing men's work. She had to dress up as a man and they discovered often to their detriment that it was a woman when it was too late and and mary read fearsome often they would be cutting the men pirates or whatever the term upi they're below dick and that scream come out and fight you cowards. And that's how these two ladies actually got captured. There were anyone's faulting. What about the other one and bunny salak including black beard and all of them is very little known about where that grew up accepted but apparently she came over from ireland to make a new law for the father and her father was hoping that you've marry somebody special but she married a sailor who has just useless then. When kenneka jack arrived she fell in love with him and nobody knows what happened to because she was not executed because she was pregnant and so she disappeared history. Miss you went back to her father. But when calicut jack was hung may re data fever in prison and and bonnie disappeared from the records. Well i mean. Pirates definitely made everything much more californian as we said all of these movies about pirates and all of these books that have been written since then have almost made the more famous than they would have been in their own time and for most people encountering pirates was a very risky thing even in the time the huge fleets of them but now looking back it must have been a very romantic very exciting time. Which is what makes for such good fiction and so much of it turns out to actually be true on the romantic sought. It's always hard to sad. I think it was a scary laugh. On the haciendas dies all right that is piracy urge and we will return with more blind history. We've had an incredible season. Some absolutely amazing people people that i had no idea existed people that i'm hoping that you discovered things about that. You didn't know before. And as always we looking for your suggestions on who we can cover in these episodes. We've had some terrific ideas that had been provided by people. Listen to the show and.
"pirates" Discussed on Blind History
"Elizabeth think she had a soft spot for him and she called him apart so the typically explains it but but she invested own manny privately in his escapades as well. Well i mean what you're talking about is almost one of the first really corporate entities that was sending shares. She was basically buying stocks in piracy hundred percent and then when people start looking skew it to us yet to do something and i think wanting to travel but he was never going to be taken up but i think he was killed fighting for england well before he came along i mean they went to famous brothers and people usually on your member of the one but the barbarossa which means rid bid in italian brothers rouge and khazir. They both came from north africa so our own continent featuring quite prominent the they got rich by capturing all out of european vessels in the mediterranean obviously and the early victims were pope's saudinian worships the spanish and even the ottoman sultan and then eventually he hide them basically to to take care of the barbary coast. In fact that coast is named often the bubbas by stood at like you cannot believe cassette in europe. Most people have got blackie and these guys had these big rig beards and they were quite frightening but that was extremely successful to such an extent they were given governorships of. I think it was two ninja and possibly algieria by the ottoman sultan. These guys were also eventually drawn into what was basically a war because there was a holy league which was formed by the pope in order to destroy the babas and turned into a kind of religious war at sea. Almost even though these guys were much more into luca than they were into into. God you know when we look into and research pirates that actually had a big say in the course of history and this particular instance one hundred percent the christian precise that you're talking about the based in roads and in the end baba's cleaned them out the leaders of the tom around the world elizabeth as you mentioned before and and the sultans except the which they almost in a way hired missionaries..
"pirates" Discussed on Blind History
"Thanks to hollywood. We think of pirates is romantic heroes swashbuckling treasure hunters and adventure sales. They were all those things but the high seas were pace of rid monsters and the real pirates with dangerous capture. Your ship cudgel fuel head and take everything you can about sometimes the law let them do shiver me timbers shiver me soul. There are men whose hearts are as black as coal are. I mean it sounds like such a tweet and ridiculous thing to say the start of an episode about pirates pirates have been a part of human history since seafaring was a part of human history in our. There's always someone willing to steal and if you steal out at sea your call the pirate. That's pretty much the best to finish night and come up with antony meter is with me. He's my co host. This blind history and do agree with my definition. You're one hundred percent. I just think to add to the era that was just because they had drank and they couldn't talk to the rim. You know the anyway to stock nip aside like this. Because i know everybody even kids at primary school have their favorite pirate remember. I did a project on them. When i was in what grade. Four or whatever and you learn the big names like blackbeard and barbarossa. Those guys it started way way before that the ancient egyptians knew about pirates right correct. I think as you mentioned s people started using both that. That's been piracy started in some form and definitely egyptians as being there powerhouse. Before the common era they've s- differently a lot of parents involved now. I remember eating asterix as a kid obsessively show you to. It's probably the reasons. I love history so much. But in asterix the pirates make regular cameo appearances basically whenever there at sea the pirates pitch up correct and they always seem to get the short end of the stick. They always end up. Sinking sets been romanticized. I think product to the caribbean and all that but these guys were scared. Drank hard a swath a human were used left right and six hundred percents and let me talk about our patches. You see the little peritoneal shoulder and they've got patches and wooden legs but this is serious business. I mean there is serious injury from the tough violent laugh at the headed. See so you know arms and legs. And i suppose ask for that matter with the body parts most commonly lost and they they got. These was some strange system. The compensation system for pirates around the world with with that could actually get a piglet mater. A sliver awful not where a patch of their. I'll betcha there is we see them in every like caricature of pirates..
"pirates" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Let's start with some wild tales of historical characters from the coasts of North and south. . Carolina. . Terrence Zip key is brought to life thirteen notorious pirates in her book pirates of the Carolinas. . She relates stories of ships weighted down with gold crews too drunk on rum to fight treacherous colonial officials, , mutineers, , privateers, , and the sad end of the line for the pirates who got caught. . White Barents thanks for joining us. . Hi, , thanks for having me. . Give us some background on this. . What was the golden age of piracy in the United States? ? Well, , we really don't know how long piracy's been around <hes>. . It's been around at least twenty, , five, , hundred years they are, , and there was an era during its hey day that was known as the golden age piracy, , and that was the light seventeenth century to early eighteenth centuries and The United States it'd be colonial America. . It was colonial. . America. . When they came over here and Interesting Carolina had a lot of the officials had partnerships with the pirates. . We were sort of commerce poor place back then. So . we actually welcomed pirates like blackbeard until they had the big crack down on piracy and that was the end of that. . So is it kind of the fine line between a privateer and pirate? ? What's the difference? ? It was such a fine line rick and basically a little piece of paper because a lot of the pirates started out they were privateers. . And they were involved in Queen Anne's war wars all over Europe and everything, , and they were commissioned to attack enemy ships in order to get money to get booty to help fund the war and they split the money with the crown. . So yes. . So the the king or the governor would say you are licensed to attack ships as long as they're not our ships and you p half the booty, , but you gotta give the rest to us. So . we can fight war whatever right and so then imagine when the war is over and your navy is no longer needed. . All these men I've ever known. There's . no employment. . You know it was a fine line anyway between privateer and pirate. . So a lot of them just became officially pirates and they got to keep everything. . Nice business model. . So, now, , , what was the basic action? ? It was mostly ships going from Europe to the Americas or where did they get their best <hes> opportunities at that time? ? That was all these merchant ships that were doing these trade routes and so you could just sort of sit out there. . It was just like fishing and just block them off. . They weren't very well armed or anything they were slow because they were big heavy. . Ships with a lot of merchandise onboard now also, , and it really didn't matter. . This is one of those falsehoods that people realize people thought pirates just want gold and pieces of eight. . But the truth is that they wanted what they could sell when they got these merchant ships and they had all these realms of fine linens and silks and tobacco and rum, , and all this was this was pay dirt so they would. . Get this stuff, , and then they would go to the next port and just like you see when you travel a lot people stealing stuff off of ships and setting up a little stand and selling a cheap absolutely, , and that's what they did like a lot more in partnership with the authorities here and so when they came into port and all that they would look the other way and then they would get A. . Cut for looking the other way and the merchants would get discounted goods. . The pilots would get money I mean everybody was happy sounds like a win win win lose situation I'm rick this is travel with Rick Steves speaking with Zip in her books called pirates of the Carolinas. . We always think pirates of the Caribbean and your book is pirates of the Carolinas. . Why was there so much pirate action and the Carolina? ? coast. . Well at that time, , these were pretty poor state. So . we needed to get commerce wherever we could. So . pirates were good for business. . So we saw there were a safe haven for pirate in fact, , blackbeard who was one of the probably the biggest chapter discussed in this book, , he actually set up shop actually made a home and actually came part of the community and all up and north. . Carolina. . No,
"pirates" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"When I asked a couple of my friends from Ireland to join us on the show to talk about their country's legends of fairies and benches and things that go bump in the night. . They were a little reluctant at first I thought it was because they didn't want to appear superstitious or maybe out of date. . And that's what they wanted me to believe. . But I wonder if they weren't just a little afraid. . Coming up today on travel with Rick Steves we hear how the Irish comedy tells they grew up with very folk lurking in their surroundings in their testing their luck right now by making an exception to talk openly about it with us. . We'll also explore San Francisco's legends of Ghost sightings from Al Capone on Alcatraz to a grieving mother who still wonders Golden Gate Park? ? Let's start with some wild tales of historical characters from the coasts of North and south. . Carolina. . Terrence Zip key is brought to life thirteen notorious pirates in her book pirates of the Carolinas. . She relates stories of ships weighted down with gold crews too drunk on rum to fight treacherous colonial officials, , mutineers, , privateers, , and the sad end of the line for the pirates who got caught. . White Barents thanks for joining us. . Hi, , thanks for having me. . Give us some background on this. . What was the golden age of piracy in the United States? ? Well, , we really don't know how long piracy's been around <hes>. . It's been around at least twenty, , five, , hundred years they are, , and there was an era during its hey day that was known as the golden age piracy, , and that was the light seventeenth century to early eighteenth centuries and The United States it'd be colonial America. . It was colonial. . America. . When they came over here and Interesting Carolina had a lot of the officials had partnerships with the pirates. . We were sort of commerce poor place back then. So . we actually welcomed pirates like blackbeard until they had the big crack down on piracy and that was the end of that. . So is it kind of the fine line between a privateer and pirate? ? What's the difference? ? It was such a fine line rick and basically a little piece of paper because a lot of the pirates started out they were privateers. . And they were involved in Queen Anne's war wars all over Europe and everything, , and they were commissioned to attack enemy ships in order to get money to get booty to help fund the war and they split the money with the crown. . So yes. . So the the king or the governor would say you are licensed to attack ships as long as they're not our ships and you p half the booty, , but you gotta give the rest to us. So . we can fight war whatever right and so then imagine when the war is over and your navy is no longer needed. . All these men I've ever known. There's . no employment. . You know it was a fine line anyway between privateer and pirate. . So a lot of them just became officially pirates and they got to keep everything. . Nice business model. . So, now, , , what was the basic action? ? It was mostly ships going from Europe to the Americas or where did they get their best <hes> opportunities at that time? ? That was all these merchant ships that were doing these trade routes and so you could just sort of sit out there. . It was just like fishing and just block them off. . They weren't very well armed or anything they were slow because they were big heavy. . Ships with a lot of merchandise onboard now also, , and it really didn't matter. . This is one of those falsehoods that people realize people thought pirates just want gold and pieces of eight. . But the truth is that they wanted what they could sell when they got these merchant ships and they had all these realms of fine linens and silks and tobacco and rum, , and all this was this was pay dirt so they would. . Get this stuff, , and then they would go to the next port and just like you see when you travel a lot people stealing stuff off of ships and setting up a little stand and selling a cheap absolutely, , and that's what they did like a lot more in partnership with the authorities here and so when they came into port and all that they would look the other way and then they would get A. . Cut for looking the other way and the merchants would get discounted goods. . The pilots would get money I mean everybody was happy sounds like a win win win lose situation I'm rick this is travel with Rick Steves speaking with Zip in her books called pirates of the Carolinas. . We always think pirates of the Caribbean and your book is pirates of the Carolinas. . Why was there so much pirate action and the Carolina? ? coast. . Well at that time, , these were pretty poor state. So . we needed to get commerce wherever we could. So . pirates were good for business. . So we saw there were a safe haven for pirate in fact, , blackbeard who was one of the probably the biggest chapter discussed in this book, , he actually set up shop actually made a home and actually came part of the community and all up and north. . Carolina. .
"pirates" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast
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"pirates" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast
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"pirates" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast
"Welcome to do girls when Mike the porn cast that knows when teachers fantasize they're not thinking about sex. They're thinking about a well-funded classroom in which they are not gonNa have their mouths coughed into by cove infested student. I'm your Co Host Yvette on. This is my. Lovely Co host Alex von Alice. What do you think about for fantasies this fall I mean aside from Pumpkin Spice Latte as and Oh yes. You do know how I am right as fucking pasty as I am it's not pumpkin spice and giant scarf season what is it that and Kobe's season? Obviously I mean I have my pumpkin spice can handle my pumpkin spice Annemarie. Is there a pumpkin spice still doubt there yet like a Pumpkin Spice Hitachi spice up your sex Pumpkin Spice Lube funny. Enough spice up your sex life was actually the sequel to spice up your life by spice girls. Never did well, Oh man is that like the Spice World porn? Parody. Sexually there is a spice world porn parody. How we not. We have to have a follower out there who are you know someone we know that's a spice girls fanatic coups like why have you not done this yet or who will review it with us? We'll find them by the way we have a fantastic guests who sitting here dying giggling at that we we should you're allowed to laugh. Savannah. I didn't. mean, to be quiet. The fact that someone's laughing at. Our weirdness is not completely off the Mark III. We have we have a wonderful guest with us today were so excited because we're reviewing finally that whenever we mentioned people that we have a porn review podcast because we normal childhood whenever we tell someone that we have this podcast, one of the firstborns that they always ask if we reviewed is the one we're doing today were reviewing.
"pirates" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The for the for the pirates Walker called out on strikes his first time a switch hitter batting right handed Walker hit well for average batting right handed against lefties but not for power only two home runs in a hundred seven advance against lefties in the regular season Swingin finals went back to the screen and its own one thank the pirates as a team against left handed pitching hit only twenty three home runs all year in more than twelve hundred advance versus left handed pitching and they had a hundred fifty six home runs this year now the page very high from Bumgarner one ball and one strike Bumgarner through the first four innings and only thrown forty five pitches so he's been throwing strikes and he has been very efficient the winds and here comes as a phone popped up off to the right side and back into the lower deck George one voted to strike down here right if he's had a good feel of everything I think really his dollars of the inside part of the strike so with that fastball has really been what has set up all of his other pitches these want to go inside to get a typist to these right handed hitter for the pirates he's done it number I'm going to the wanted to count to Walker the winds and here comes and it's too high with a fastball good to Gharavi number fifty of the day the very economical with pitches at the end of the fifth inning you'll want to have seventy five or less June two page shrinking a little slow bouncer foul in the third base side over to the third base coach Nick Leyva go to into Credit Crawford who got to the big leagues in twenty eleven the year after the jets when that world series against Texas the Bumgarner starred in vanguard who pitched a very pivotal game and he shut out the Rangers for eight innings in game four to give the jazz a three games to one lead in that series good to pitch way outside of high with a changeup downstream to there's been three easy takes it is that bad this is led to the three kids three to count I know you you know for the leave it with nobody out this becomes a big pitch you don't want to start walking the leadoff hitters in a playoff game I'm gonna ones three two page during the busy struck him out the.
"pirates" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Excludes Alaska, and Hawaii. So that's. If it remains in actual workplace they're gonna they're going to suffer for the for the trap that they're doing. Here's another tacky near they have now that you can long story bottom line raspberry pies of some memory. You create a little network of you have with your family, where we're going on now that I have my four children, in mind, five, raspberry pies. You wanna send me the soccer picture of the kids of doing kind of whatever why are you putting it up to the cloud of the Facebook and whatever, just to share with family and friends when I can do it, and it's goes, and we all sync up on my computer. I can see it. Anyway. They can suck it. Okay, let's do that. That's what's going to happen this. So where's the data stored in something like that? Where does that where does it actually go? It goes onto a hard drive right here. I'm looking at my server right over there. And it syncs up all the photos and everything that we put up along with my family that puts there's up. So we all have our own file. That's encrypted and often hashed and kind of Dade in. I just wanna see my kids soccer. See my problem is a Facebook you put up their facial recognition in everything. So when my daughter L Sierras pregnant, and they do, this three D image, ultrasound of a portrait in the womb, kind of thing. Well, hell they're doing facial recognition on my grandkids before they're even board through them. Yeah. Yeah, that's great. Yeah. I mean what we need is actress what you're talking about. You know, your own data and peer to peer amick business European networking. That's cure. We're doing. Pirates pirates. Go more pirate, pirate, Iran. See, that's why I'm so optimistic. Is that what do we need? Pirate communication hailing frequencies invisible to the crown your yuck. That's the key though. 'cause there, once they see that happening, they're going to try for. That Barbra Streisand in the crap out of it. We'll be right back Britney for just a little bit. Did you know that free? There are basically two types of advertising direct response.
"pirates" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"Town goodbye. Exit interview. Oh, wow. I hope he's getting college credit for this. I guess people really want that second season. Well, let's get back to work. Hey has anyone seem Peter? Honestly, I haven't seen that guy in months. Oh well. You heard the story players podcasts is coming back on Thursday, January thirty first for a brand new season from Gimblett media. So get ready to listen to season to wherever you listen to podcasts. I know you're probably early excited about the new season of the story pirates podcast, but we actually have something else for you to get excited about our new book digging up danger comes out on January fifteenth digging up danger is a new book from the story pirates and New York Times bestselling author Jacqueline west it's a spine tingling mystery about a kid who hunts for ghosts. And a scientist who studies the world's weirdest plants, and like everything we do digging danger is inspired by an idea from a real kid. Her name is Phoebe, walnuts and Phoebe lives in New York City. I recently got to talk to Phoebe about her story. What it's like to have her idea turned into a book in the different parts of a mystery. Take a listen. Hi, baby. I'm so excited to talk to you today. There's something crazy that has happening. Hey, can you tell people who are listening? What's happening bake agree? The my DEA someone real book. And so the book is gonna be coming out for people. They're listening. Here's how it worked. You wrote this story idea to story pirates. And then somebody else her name's Jacqueline west. Who's like a big fancy writer took your story idea and made it a whole book. What can you tell us a little bit about what that idea was your story idea, basically is just going to LIZA and phenomena hair are going plant shop and her mom a biologist? And she said he's plants and Elisa find out that the people who work there. They're either yellow to basically up to her mother to find out what's going on. And we're going to story is this. It's like, I'm Nick street sort of the things about a mystery that make it really fun to read. Well in a mystery story, there's a problem. There's something weird going on. And one percent has to find out clues to solve this mystery. And in this story in particular there clues that Judah one part. But as you'd be burned to the book there clued that lead you to another part. It's like when you find out the truth. It's like a huge surprise yet. And then also in a mystery story, there's often a culprit, right? Can you tell people what a culprit is culprit base someone who either steal something or does something that makes the mystery the mystery, and in this story, I I felt the culprit was allies of friend, Tony. But after I read the book, I found out that something happened. We don't wanna tell them yet. Right. Here's something else. Mystery stories is suspects. What's a suspect? Who detective think is a corporate? But at the end, usually the corporate, you seem like, you know, a lot about mystery stories, I read other vestry stories read, Nancy, drew cool favorite one of my favorite series. Are you excited for the book to come out? Super. I did this is going to be such a special moment in my life. And I know I'm gonna remember this forever. So cool. Phoebe? Do you have any questions for me? I okay. Yeah. Go ahead. Teen, lizard king junior's birthday. Oh, his actual birthday is January fifteenth. You're right. What a happy coincidence. Well, thank you so much for letting us turn your story into a book. Thank you for talking to me today. We're so excited.