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"prince arthur" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"prince arthur" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But there was a peace sent to me about two days ago and I wanted to check it out Make sure it was accurate and it was By gentleman by the name of Daniel dickin contributor community activist author conservative December 1220 14 published in something called the prince Arthur Herald I guess it's Canadian And the article existed in part the other day on The Huffington Post Huffington Post Canada And that closed in 2021 by the way Oh too bad Anyway so this was written This was written This was written 7 years ago 7 years ago ready Why Canada will become a dictatorship under Trudeau 7 years ago that the leader of that party does what he wants when he wants and no one dares questioning him What a prime minister Trudeau arbitrarily whipped the vote and outlaws certain moral questions Could prime minister Trudeau be trusted to make decisions for the good of the country not just for his personal self worth Which Trudeau called the police to enforce his vision let's hope we never have the opportunity to ask those questions Becoming clear as the days are Trudeau the liberals wear on If elected prime minister Justin Trudeau would turn Canada into a dictatorship Of course I'm sure at the time this gentleman was dismissed as a white supremacist kook He says this is the man who admitted he admires China's basic dictatorship it wasn't just a sarcastic comment He seriously said that he admires the dictatorship because they can get things done quickly And I would add much like Thomas Friedman and most of the left

Article 7 Years Ago Predicted Dictatorship Under Justin Trudeau

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Article 7 Years Ago Predicted Dictatorship Under Justin Trudeau

"But there was a peace sent to me about two days ago and I wanted to check it out Make sure it was accurate and it was By gentleman by the name of Daniel dickin contributor community activist author conservative December 1220 14 published in something called the prince Arthur Herald I guess it's Canadian And the article existed in part the other day on The Huffington Post Huffington Post Canada And that closed in 2021 by the way Oh too bad Anyway so this was written This was written This was written 7 years ago 7 years ago ready Why Canada will become a dictatorship under Trudeau 7 years ago that the leader of that party does what he wants when he wants and no one dares questioning him What a prime minister Trudeau arbitrarily whipped the vote and outlaws certain moral questions Could prime minister Trudeau be trusted to make decisions for the good of the country not just for his personal self worth Which Trudeau called the police to enforce his vision let's hope we never have the opportunity to ask those questions Becoming clear as the days are Trudeau the liberals wear on If elected prime minister Justin Trudeau would turn Canada into a dictatorship Of course I'm sure at the time this gentleman was dismissed as a white supremacist kook He says this is the man who admitted he admires China's basic dictatorship it wasn't just a sarcastic comment He seriously said that he admires the dictatorship because they can get things done quickly And I would add much like Thomas Friedman and most of the left

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"prince arthur" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:40 min | 4 months ago

"prince arthur" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Mark Levin here our number 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one As I say most days I don't know what's going on and talk radio or TV Land because I'm doing my own thing But there was a peace sent to me about two days ago and I wanted to check it out Make sure it was accurate and it was By gentleman by the name of Daniel dickin contributor community activist author conservative December 1220 14 published in something called the prince Arthur Herald I guess it's Canadian And the article existed in part the other day on The Huffington Post Huffington Post Canada And that closed in 2021 by the way Oh too bad Anyway so this was written This was written This was written 7 years ago 7 years ago ready Why Canada will become a dictatorship under Trudeau 7 years ago that the leader of that party does what he wants when he wants and no one dares questioning him What a prime minister Trudeau arbitrarily whipped the vote and outlaws certain moral questions Could prime minister Trudeau be trusted to make decisions for the good of the country not just for his personal self worth Which Trudeau called the police to enforce his vision let's hope we never have the opportunity to ask those questions Becoming clear as the days are Trudeau the liberals wear on If elected prime minister Justin Trudeau would turn Canada into a dictatorship Of course I'm sure at the time this gentleman was dismissed as a white supremacist kook He says this is the man who admitted he admires China's basic dictatorship it wasn't just a sarcastic comment He seriously said that he admires the dictatorship because they can get things done quickly And I would add much like Thomas Friedman and most of the left And it's becoming clear that Trudeau not only admires the dictatorship he runs the Liberal Party like that too How else can one explain the police enforced acclimation of Andrew Leslie as the liberal candidate for Orleans Even with hundreds of liberals attending the meeting to show their support for another candidate and form a Trudeau leadership rival it was clear from the beginning that Leslie was Trudeau's handpicked favorite and certainly wouldn't be stopped by pesky processes like democracy Just the imagery of Trudeau's chosen candidate being selected with police intervention is scary It shows that Trudeau doesn't just admire China's dictatorship He would practice one if he had the chance The nomination in Orleans is only the latest rigged open nomination quote unquote Despite Trudeau's promises to actually practice democracy at least half a dozen liberal nominations had been rigged or tampered with so that their direct intervention Trudeau's office Mysteriously disqualifying candidates changing nomination dates paperwork going missing using dirty background politics Auto ensure the leaders candidate is chosen at any cost But those are only liberal candidates surely Trudeau would loosen his grip on his caucus colleagues once they've been elected Whitney Unfortunately no The liberal caucus randomly learned one morning early last year that their leader had come up with a new dictate that all liberals would be expected Now required to vote pro choice Period When Trudeau's pathetic attempted defense that they were the party of the charter obviously missing those small sections about freedom of conscience and religion agitated more than a few liberal MPs he attempted to invent some weird grandfathering rule But then he abandoned that too The result is that liberal MPs who dare question that dictate are being punished Those who dare disagree have already been punished resigned or indicated they won't seek another term in office At least not under the iron fist of Justin Trudeau Liberals who are unilaterally expected by Trudeau without the slightest consultation with the Senate leadership To comply The Liberal Party under Justin Trudeau has become a dictatorship The leader of that party does what he wants when he wants Now that we know that Trudeau runs his party like a dictatorship we must ask ourselves is there any indication he wouldn't do the same as the leader of Canada What a prime minister Trudeau arbitrarily whipped the vote and outlaw certain moral questions and it goes on Let's hope we never have the opportunity to ask those questions Well here's the answer Cut one mister producer Justin Trudeau at a press conference today Go As I said the emergencies act is not something to undertake lightly And it's something that needs to be momentary temporary and proportional That's why every single day I'm receiving briefings and we are reflecting on how much longer the emergencies act needs to be in place We don't want to keep it in place a single day longer than necessary But even though the blockades are lifted across the border openings right now even though things seem to be resolving very well in Ottawa this state of emergency is not over There are continues to be real concerns about the coming days But we will continue to evaluate every single day whether or not it is time and we are able to lift this state of emergency The soft voice with the iron fist State of emergency Laws put in place after Al-Qaeda attacked the United States Now used against truckers their families Their bank accounts their dogs.

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"prince arthur" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

22:05 min | 11 months ago

"prince arthur" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"Is also committed to finding great therapy matches so they can make it free and easy to change their best if it is more affordable than traditional therapy and financial aid is available visit better health dot com slash bible. Binge that's better h lp and join the over one million people who take charge of their mental health with the help of experience professional as a special offer for bob windless. Get ten percents off your first month at better health dot com slash by the bench. Now back to the show okay. So now let's move into our second section. The red thread board. We're going to get intense and weird and as a warning we will be talking about the existence of sex the realities of political marriage in the sixteenth century as well as infant loss. So if that is not something that serves you at this time you might want to skip ahead in the section. We're going to look at three. Red threads. How henry the eighth simultaneously fixed and ruined everything bringing a monarchy hitched to the church of the twenty first century and the importance of institution in society. And why they can be problematic. So let's get this thread number one. How henry the eighth simultaneously fixed and ruined everything hitter the eighth until he was ten years old he was generally accepted that henry would go into the clergy. As most second born royal or royle adjacent sons were often want to do. But when henry's brother prince. Arthur died young. Henry immediately moved up in the line of succession and the course of his entire life as well as pretty much. The entire world change drastically now. Henry was kind of confusing dude. He seemed to be extremely pious. He was a devoted catholic. He was a weirdly fine husband when he wasn't actively murdering his wives and by fine i mean. He gave his wife's jewelry and large tracts of land named movie and like pet names for them. Which if you're wondering is apparently a high bar for biblical marriage in the fifteen hundreds so just briefly. I want to take a short jaunt into the world of renaissance monarchy's. We'll look at someone today. Like prince william who had for the most part pretty much carte blanche and his choice of catherine middleton us speech acquaint. They had a love match. They seem to get along really well. William is for the most part the first real air in british history whose choice of spouse was not a matter of national security. Even his father's generation had to marry within certain bounds of societal rules. He didn't have to marry someone. Based on their alliances with the vatican or helpful ally with an expensive army wasn't basin diplomacy or the need for an air marriage between royalty really up until prince william got married was a political strategy. If this king married the daughter of this duke or prince it would sure piece sometimes and aid also sometimes a large dowry with which to finance wars and houses and land grabs sometimes and an air again subtypes. While there were love matches between royals it was often just a function of affairs for domestic. So this one. I just described as the climate around which henry married his brother's widow catherine of aragon a match. He was generally in favor of. She was a good bit older than he was in. It's speculated that he had a little crush on her as a boy at the beginning because of diplomatic events in fact really that means king henry father had already spent most of her dowry catherine was used as a pawn between her home country and her adopted country and when ponds no longer service. They're easy to throw out. So back to henry pious devoted to religion but also needs a son like big time. He still young enough to remember the civil war. His father lead against the your family and no one in england has any desire to deal with the crisis of the succession and the national fallout. That includes he's also you know in mrs at least two that we know of for certain not including amblin or jane seymour. Vinci became his wives and up to thirteen. He also really loved to murder people who disagreed with him. And this is an important note so he can do all of this because he claimed the divine right of king. Meaning god predestined henry. To be king because he was king no matter what he did he did it. Within god's will and it was morally and spiritually correct because he was king. Only god was sovereign above henry but henry was also a good catholic so he often deferred the pope so henry needs a son and he becomes convinced that god is punishing him and catherine with stillborn babies and miscarriages a soul living daughter because they are living in said the sin. Henry is convinced he's committing incest due to the fact that he's married to his brother's wife says no but katherine says her marriage to arthur was never consummated. Now fun fact. Even though arthur boldly proclaimed the morning after their wedding that he had quote spent the night in spain which was probably just a teenage boy trying to look sexually accomplished. Before catherine and henry were married the pope actually created something called a papal bull which is an important piece of paper that assured everyone got is very cool with this marriage. Please proceed this. Papal bull was enormously helpful for henry and catherine to get married and it proved a huge roadblock for their future annulment now this annoyed henry greatly but it comforted catherine as she felt like. It was god's will for her to be queen and henry but henry was not the kind of guy to sit back and just take pope clements refusal to grant an annulment lying down there. A dense and confusing set of acts of parliament. He broke england away from the pope's authority and gave it to himself. As the supreme head on earth of the church of england the king it now really answered to no one. But god helpfully for henry before his official break with rome. He had convinced the pope to install his theo. Bro a man named thomas. Grand murked beat the archbishop of canterbury and now was the second highest spiritual leader in england. He declared catherine and henry's marriage. Invalid their daughter. Illegitimate and signed that forced papers clearing the way for henry to mary and blend catherine's title was replaced by one that identified her as princess. Dowager and she was moved to the country separated from her daughter mary until her death which is a huge jerk. Move by henry okay. But it wasn't just marital convenience that spurred on the reformation in england while the catholic church at this time did many good and holy things on a local level like caring for the poor much of the leadership could be bribed or bent to rulers political. Well depending on the amount of gold or protection they would be willing to offer doesn't sound familiar. Indulgences were rampant. The pope exercise deprima authority often less religious purposes more for selfish purposes. And many did not dig on this including a guy in germany named martin luther now years before his appointment as archbishop of canterbury kramer was an ambassador in the roman court of the holy roman emperor. Charles the fifth catherine's nephew. During one of their progresses. They traveled through germany. Where crammer learned more about lutheranism which at that time was so heretical. It could get you burned at the stake but here is probably where the international climate and the needs of dynasty collided lutheranism was heretical at the time but it also provided the environment for the topic convenient reform henry needed to enact. His marriage plan rather his remarriage plan. Of course all of this proved for not when ambulant also suffered miscarriages stillbirths and only a living daughter. This pattern seemed familiar to henry because one of his known mr says was for a time mary berlin an older sister and fun fact. There's an unsubstantiated rumor that he also slept with mother berlin again. god was punishing henry for incest. Which at this point my dude pay attention and he needed to get rid of an for an air sake but it wasn't as easy this time so and suffered the miscarriage of a baby boy and while she recovered henry set into motion events that would end with and being accused of witchcraft sleeping with her brother again. Incest me think the king dot protest too much and was beheaded for high treason even with trumped up evidence and false accusations because although the judicial system today certainly has its problems. The laws of the land during this time are such that they were not an apparatus for justice but a puppet of the state fun fact an was almost certainly innocent and when her daughter is sent to the throne elizabeth the first she was rebranded as a faith leader and a martyr for the protestant faith. She almost certainly wasn't that either but history is written by the winners as they say but ambulance role in king. Henry's life open up a way forward for the reforms that sweeping europe at the time and kick started what we now see as a church of england now. Historians are divided on whether henry's desire to marry an or his need to annul his marriage to catherine should be held up as the event registered trademark. That led to the english reformation. Historian ill woodward says that his determination to annul his marriage with catherine was the occasion rather than the cause is but as it happened. His daughter with an elizabeth ended up bringing england into a more modern tolerant religious time than we'd ever seen with her father or her half brother or half sister even if it was pretty much illegal to be a catholic in england until the mid eighteen hundreds henry rid england of poisonous aspects of catholicism at that time indulgences a weird obsession and misuse of the idea of purgatory. Toxic papal supremacy. He paved the way for services to be conducted in the common tongue for non-clergy to be able to read the bible in their own language and for clergy to be able to marry lots of good or find things depending on your perspective but he also repeated many of the things. He despised in catholic leadership. Hypocrisy greed pride. So did henry. The eighth save true religion or did he just market his actions as such when really he just established another version of religious posturing where he got to be in charge. Same song different bursts of course with such a distance we can clearly see the consequences of his actions but while the reformation definitely still would have happened had henry never ascended to the throne or had he been able to easily secure an annulment for his marriage to catherine had catherine and him able to have boys so many factors that play both institutions would look very different than they do today and that brings us to our next thread. What does this actually look like today. In a post christian society. Why are we still committed to this. Largely powerless figurehead rooted in religion. So let's talk about the last vestige of the church and state inquiries with the second and what the heck is charles gonna do. I think this particular threat is best. Summed up by an exchange made in two thousand six. Is the queen starring. Helen mirren so the queen and the prime minister played by michael. Sheen have just had a very tense. Meeting the queen leaves and her personal secretary. Says tony blair look. i understand. How difficult behavior must seem to you. How unhelpful but try to see it from her perspective. She's been brought up to believe. It's god's will she is who she is and tony blair. The prime minister set to modernize the country. Fires back. I think we should leave god out of it and this i think shows a lot of the tension between a secular post-christian society at a religious monarch that leads it queen elizabeth. The second has a deeply personal faith you know. She set the tone for the marriage of that. Faith and her vocation during her first christmas broadcast in nineteen fifty two before her But i want to ask you all whatever your religion may be to pray from me on that day to pray that god may give me wisdom and strength to carry out the solemn promises i should be making and that i may faithfully serve him and you all the days of my knife these christmas messages. Make up a large part of the public database of her thoughts on faith and god as the supreme governor of the church of england and her knowledge and understanding of scripture comes through take for instance this breakdown of john one ten from nine hundred ninety three. I'm always moved by those wizz. John's gospel which we have on christmas day he was in the world and the world was made by him and the world knew him. Not we have ended to listen to the news to know the truth of that but the gospel goes on but as many as received him then gave he powered becomes sons of god only inhumanity. Rhonda's just be grateful for those who have received and who go about clocking doing their work and his will without sort of reward or recognition. They knew that there is an eternal truths of much greater significance. The narayan triumphs and tragedies and is invited by the child in the manger fantasies that message of hope we can all try to the message of hope in our own lives. We also have a lot of apocryphal stories about her prayer life. The queen reportedly praise every day. Every evening she literally kneels to pray every day and keeps a detailed prayer journal. Now of course as proud as she is. These are apocryphal stories. But they do seem to be consistent now when queen elizabeth the second was crowned the country and the world looked very different. She was crowned in nineteen. Fifty-three it's two thousand twenty one. She is really all that remains of a very old tradition and last connection to the way religion was viewed in the past when she was crowned around six hundred. Seventy two thousand people were baptized year into the church of england. Now it's around one hundred thirty thousand when she was crowned about a third of the british population considered her in the ranks of the previous kings and queens at divinely authorized to rule and that is a much lower. Stop now. Fun fact queen elizabeth. The second believes this as well when she was crowned about a third of the british population considered her rule in ranks of previous kings and queens divinely authorized to rule that divine right of monarchs that we were talking about earlier in fact queen elizabeth. The second absolutely believes this as well as shown in her own coronation. The first and only so far to be televised shouldn't want any part of televised and only compromised when her advisors were limited to have the anointing section. Take place off camera because of its sacred nature. So what's going to continue what she dies and charles becomes. King should this relationship between the crown and the church sustain. I like to call charles chuck. Because he's like very much so. I tried to be disrespectful respectful manner. Chuck's coronation will be the first in this. Modern era and you can just collectively feel britain holding its breath about it. And it's not just because of modernity charles has always been enormously interested in other faiths so much so he's hinted that he would even tweak one of his titles a title that was first bestowed upon henry the eighth by the pope defender of the faith. This is a title that has been passed down through british monarchs. Since that time people close to the prince say he liked to change it to defender of faith. But in order for that to the prince would need an actual act of parliament to amend the nineteen fifty-three royal titles act and when we can see a change coming as big as the one that will occur. When charles's king it really props to look at the value of the institution as a whole right when we look back at history the church and the british royal family as institutions. They danced around sometimes. Close sometimes not like sometimes. They're dancing upon each other and sometimes they're like looking making eye contact across the room at the club and like dancing in sync but not actually dancing together but as we move into a new era. How do they inform one another. And what can they teach. Each other and that brings us to our third thread. Which is the church and the british royal family as institutions in so many ways these institutions of the british royal family and the church have marched side by side. For centuries there are a lot alike massive ancient institutions that have had difficulties in the past adapting to more modern world so let's look at their similarities. I first both traditionally imbued with great power. Kings clergy often held similar powers right exercising supreme authority in the lives of common people together and separately. They formed governments. They crafted laws. They kept the peace to varying degrees of success. You know in the great vin diagram The one of the things that lives in the middle of the royalty circle and the church circle is being able to kill people with legal authority right. So we don't really do that anymore. And that power has subsided through the centuries to the point that for the most part. It's largely ceremonial now. Let me just make clarification here. I am a believer. So i believe that god has given the church on earth supernatural powers power of prayer power of the holy spirit. I'm talking about here. I'm talking about secular governmental power right church and state. There's a separation that didn't use to be the case. And even within their own purview. The british royal family used to have the authority to make laws and set national. And now it's almost completely ceremonial church. Doesn't have the same reach that it once did and while. I would argue that this is a good thing like you know your pastor. Can't walk outside on a tuesday afternoon. See a lady dressed in a way. He doesn't like also with a mole on her face and be like she's a witch. We gotta we gotta do something about this. Which i just saw and set off a chain of events that ends with the townspeople drowning. Her because you know she's wearing a short skirt we don't do that anymore. That's not what we're doing we're not. We're not requiring people to follow certain religions and if they were going to kill them for the most part so like so that power structure has changed a lot and it still means a great deal these institutions still mean a great deal to some people and but i think we have to ask the question. What is the value here. Now i do not think that asking about the value of individuals is helpful or necessary but in the case of institutions. They must give back to the communities that sustain them the british royal family is a budget item for the national government. They receive many benefits from the people as members of the community who are almost entirely supported by the community. The very existence of the british royal family is brought to you by a lot of people who probably aren't into it in the same way the church at least here in the. Us is subsidized by the government in the form of being tax exempt which is great on one hand because it saves the church from contributing to projects they find morally suspect but it is easily mishandled as we have seen time and time and time again because of the ways. These institutions are beholden to the government. A government run by the people. They often have to make concessions and are rendered powerless by the same thing that sustains them it means they have a special obligation to serve that community intangible ways and in many cases the british row family in the church. Do this well. And i probably don't have to go through examples of how they do not do this. Well one of the other. Similarities is the ceremonial aspect right weddings pop circumstance but the british royal family. You're getting sabres metals. Big hats horses ballgowns very exciting churches. The same way like we do a great job with the ceremonial aspect incense investments and good music and candles. Unfortunately no horses yet. So i think the british royal family it helps to define british culture. The church helps define faith culture. But as we've moved into modernity we see other entities to finding these boundaries right. British culture is now just as much about indian food because of gut old fashioned dose of colonialism and the spice girls as it is the queen faith culture is just as much justin bieber and podcasting as it is the governing bodies of our denominations. So what changed the thing that changed his access. Can you imagine the commoners of the sixteenth century overhearing. Henry the eighth. Tell amblin that he wishes he could be her tampon. Fun fact yes. That conversation between prince charles and his then mistress camilla parker-bowles actually took place on a recorded phone call. What if all of twelfth century england heard one of their kings make racist remarks about the skin color of one of his family members not only did access change but we can see the rulers. We know they are fallible. They make mistakes queen elizabeth for all the ways. She's weathered storms in her life for all of the way. She appears to be a faithful christian. She still continues to stick by prince entry. Who has been accused of sex trafficking and sexual abuse. Can you imagine someone like thomas. Cranmer having a twitter account like the pope does now there are positives and negatives for access but the main positive is that we know people are people for better or for worse than i think something else that changed as just modernity as england moved into a new age. That came with things like you know. Royals wanting to marry commoners divorced commoner wanting to get their own divorces before this was a matter for the church. But now it's more a matter for the secular legal system. In fact given that the monarch is also the head of the anglican church heirs to the throne were effectively. Forbidden from marrying divorced people getting divorced themselves and those are the dulcet tones of. Isn't it ironic violence. Marcet somehow wafting through the hallways of henry the eighths court and then i think we have all understood the wizard of oz affect right people have moved on. We know kings and queens. Don't have any more divine right to rule than you are. I have divine right to any other job. We've seen the man behind the curtain. Both in church and the british royal family. So what do we do with this. And what can the british royal family. Teach the church so there are a few lessons here right. i think the first one is rigid. For rigetti sake is pointless. The british royal family has protocol in procedures for almost every waking moment of their lives. Now this serves them from awkward encounters but it also removes them from actively being humans with emotions and feelings and desires. What traditions are simply performed for their own sake. And how does that allow us as the body of christ to enter into the suffering. Enjoy of others as we are committed to. I think another thing that they can teach us is the power structure fluctuate one day or in one day out. I think because the queen has been with us for so long we can see a history of the nation embracing her and the nation hating her. What never changed was the queen's consistency..

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"prince arthur" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

07:17 min | 11 months ago

"prince arthur" Discussed on The Bible Binge

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Binge that's better h lp and join the over one million people who take charge of their mental health with the help of experience professional as a special offer for bob windless. Get ten percents off your first month at better health dot com slash by the bench. Now back to the show okay. So now let's move into our second section. The red thread board. We're going to get intense and weird and as a warning we will be talking about the existence of sex the realities of political marriage in the sixteenth century as well as infant loss. So if that is not something that serves you at this time you might want to skip ahead in the section. We're going to look at three. Red threads. How henry the eighth simultaneously fixed and ruined everything bringing a monarchy hitched to the church of the twenty first century and the importance of institution in society. And why they can be problematic. So let's get this thread number one. How henry the eighth simultaneously fixed and ruined everything hitter the eighth until he was ten years old he was generally accepted that henry would go into the clergy. As most second born royal or royle adjacent sons were often want to do. But when henry's brother prince. Arthur died young. Henry immediately moved up in the line of succession and the course of his entire life as well as pretty much. The entire world change drastically now. Henry was kind of confusing dude. He seemed to be extremely pious. He was a devoted catholic. He was a weirdly fine husband when he wasn't actively murdering his wives and by fine i mean. He gave his wife's jewelry and large tracts of land named movie and like pet names for them. Which if you're wondering is apparently a high bar for biblical marriage in the fifteen hundreds so just briefly. I want to take a short jaunt into the world of renaissance monarchy's. We'll look at someone today. Like prince william who had for the most part pretty much carte blanche and his choice of catherine middleton us speech acquaint. They had a love match. They seem to get along really well. William is for the most part the first real air in british history whose choice of spouse was not a matter of national security. Even his father's generation had to marry within certain bounds of societal rules. He didn't have to marry someone. Based on their alliances with the vatican or helpful ally with an expensive army wasn't basin diplomacy or the need for an air marriage between royalty really up until prince william got married was a political strategy. If this king married the daughter of this duke or prince it would sure piece sometimes and aid also sometimes a large dowry with which to finance wars and houses and land grabs sometimes and an air again subtypes. While there were love matches between royals it was often just a function of affairs for domestic. So this one. I just described as the climate around which henry married his brother's widow catherine of aragon a match. He was generally in favor of. She was a good bit older than he was in. It's speculated that he had a little crush on her as a boy at the beginning because of diplomatic events in fact really that means king henry father had already spent most of her dowry catherine was used as a pawn between her home country and her adopted country and when ponds no longer service. They're easy to throw out. So back to henry pious devoted to religion but also needs a son like big time. He still young enough to remember the civil war. His father lead against the your family and no one in england has any desire to deal with the crisis of the succession and the national fallout. That includes he's also you know in mrs at least two that we know of for certain not including amblin or jane seymour. Vinci became his wives and up to thirteen. He also really loved to murder people who disagreed with him. And this is an important note so he can do all of this because he claimed the divine right of king. Meaning god predestined henry. To be king because he was king no matter what he did he did it. Within god's will and it was morally and spiritually correct because he was king. Only god was sovereign above henry but henry was also a good catholic so he often deferred the pope so henry needs a son and he becomes convinced that god is punishing him and catherine with stillborn babies and miscarriages a soul living daughter because they are living in said the sin. Henry is convinced he's committing incest due to the fact that he's married to his brother's wife says no but katherine says her marriage to arthur was never consummated. Now fun fact. Even though arthur boldly proclaimed the morning after their wedding that he had quote spent the night in spain which was probably just a teenage boy trying to look sexually accomplished. Before catherine and henry were married the pope actually created something called a papal bull which is an important piece of paper that assured everyone got is very cool with this marriage. Please proceed this. Papal bull was enormously helpful for henry and catherine to get married and it proved a huge roadblock for their future annulment now this annoyed henry greatly but it comforted catherine as she felt like. It was god's will for her to be queen and henry but henry was not the kind of guy to sit back and just take pope clements refusal to grant an annulment lying down there. A dense and confusing set of acts of parliament. He broke england away from the pope's authority and gave it to himself. As the supreme head on earth of the church of england the king it now really answered to no one. But god helpfully for henry before his official break with rome. He had convinced the pope to install his theo. Bro a man named thomas. Grand murked beat the archbishop of canterbury and now was the second highest spiritual leader in england. He declared catherine and henry's marriage. Invalid their daughter. Illegitimate and signed that forced papers clearing the way for henry to mary and blend catherine's title was replaced by one that identified her as princess. Dowager and she was moved to the country separated from her daughter mary until her death which is a huge jerk. Move by henry okay. But it wasn't just marital convenience that spurred on the reformation in england while the catholic church at this time did many good and holy things on a local level like caring for the poor much of the leadership could be bribed or bent to rulers political. Well depending on the amount of gold or protection they would be willing to offer doesn't sound familiar. Indulgences were rampant. The pope exercise deprima authority often less religious purposes more for selfish purposes. And many did not dig on this including a guy in germany named martin luther now years before his appointment as archbishop of canterbury kramer was an ambassador in the roman court of the holy roman emperor. Charles the fifth catherine's nephew. During one of their progresses. They traveled through germany. Where crammer learned more about lutheranism which at that time was so heretical. It could get you burned at the stake but here is probably where the international climate and the needs of dynasty collided lutheranism was heretical at the time but it also provided the environment for the topic convenient reform henry needed to enact. His.

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"prince arthur" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

07:49 min | 11 months ago

"prince arthur" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"And as we are entering into a modern era. I'm interested to know the connection between two large institutions as they go into a new age that is less open to christianity on a government state. Level this podcast sponsored. By better help. It is no secret that this past year on all of us. Have you noticed that there is something does interfering with your happiness for preventing you wrenching. Goals wants you to sort of living a happy life today. A better helpful. Assess your needs and match with your licensed therapists and you can start. Communicating and under forty eight hours is not a crisis line. it's not self help is professional therapy done securely online. I started my therapy. Last december has been life changing. It's been life-giving and i cannot recommend enough. We know that taking steps to talk with their skill overwhelming time. So better help makes it as approachable as possible. You can log into your account anytime and send a message to your therapists. You'll get timely and stop responses. Plus you can schedule weekly sessions so you'll never have to sit in uncomfortable. Waiting room like what. Traditional therapy better help is also committed to finding great therapy matches so they can make it free and easy to change their best if it is more affordable than traditional therapy and financial aid is available visit better health dot com slash bible. Binge that's better h lp and join the over one million people who take charge of their mental health with the help of experience professional as a special offer for bob windless. Get ten percents off your first month at better health dot com slash by the bench. Now back to the show okay. So now let's move into our second section. The red thread board. We're going to get intense and weird and as a warning we will be talking about the existence of sex the realities of political marriage in the sixteenth century as well as infant loss. So if that is not something that serves you at this time you might want to skip ahead in the section. We're going to look at three. Red threads. How henry the eighth simultaneously fixed and ruined everything bringing a monarchy hitched to the church of the twenty first century and the importance of institution in society. And why they can be problematic. So let's get this thread number one. How henry the eighth simultaneously fixed and ruined everything hitter the eighth until he was ten years old he was generally accepted that henry would go into the clergy. As most second born royal or royle adjacent sons were often want to do. But when henry's brother prince. Arthur died young. Henry immediately moved up in the line of succession and the course of his entire life as well as pretty much. The entire world change drastically now. Henry was kind of confusing dude. He seemed to be extremely pious. He was a devoted catholic. He was a weirdly fine husband when he wasn't actively murdering his wives and by fine i mean. He gave his wife's jewelry and large tracts of land named movie and like pet names for them. Which if you're wondering is apparently a high bar for biblical marriage in the fifteen hundreds so just briefly. I want to take a short jaunt into the world of renaissance monarchy's. We'll look at someone today. Like prince william who had for the most part pretty much carte blanche and his choice of catherine middleton us speech acquaint. They had a love match. They seem to get along really well. William is for the most part the first real air in british history whose choice of spouse was not a matter of national security. Even his father's generation had to marry within certain bounds of societal rules. He didn't have to marry someone. Based on their alliances with the vatican or helpful ally with an expensive army wasn't basin diplomacy or the need for an air marriage between royalty really up until prince william got married was a political strategy. If this king married the daughter of this duke or prince it would sure piece sometimes and aid also sometimes a large dowry with which to finance wars and houses and land grabs sometimes and an air again subtypes. While there were love matches between royals it was often just a function of affairs for domestic. So this one. I just described as the climate around which henry married his brother's widow catherine of aragon a match. He was generally in favor of. She was a good bit older than he was in. It's speculated that he had a little crush on her as a boy at the beginning because of diplomatic events in fact really that means king henry father had already spent most of her dowry catherine was used as a pawn between her home country and her adopted country and when ponds no longer service. They're easy to throw out. So back to henry pious devoted to religion but also needs a son like big time. He still young enough to remember the civil war. His father lead against the your family and no one in england has any desire to deal with the crisis of the succession and the national fallout. That includes he's also you know in mrs at least two that we know of for certain not including amblin or jane seymour. Vinci became his wives and up to thirteen. He also really loved to murder people who disagreed with him. And this is an important note so he can do all of this because he claimed the divine right of king. Meaning god predestined henry. To be king because he was king no matter what he did he did it. Within god's will and it was morally and spiritually correct because he was king. Only god was sovereign above henry but henry was also a good catholic so he often deferred the pope so henry needs a son and he becomes convinced that god is punishing him and catherine with stillborn babies and miscarriages a soul living daughter because they are living in said the sin. Henry is convinced he's committing incest due to the fact that he's married to his brother's wife says no but katherine says her marriage to arthur was never consummated. Now fun fact. Even though arthur boldly proclaimed the morning after their wedding that he had quote spent the night in spain which was probably just a teenage boy trying to look sexually accomplished. Before catherine and henry were married the pope actually created something called a papal bull which is an important piece of paper that assured everyone got is very cool with this marriage. Please proceed this. Papal bull was enormously helpful for henry and catherine to get married and it proved a huge roadblock for their future annulment now this annoyed henry greatly but it comforted catherine as she felt like. It was god's will for her to be queen and henry but henry was not the kind of guy to sit back and just take pope clements refusal to grant an annulment lying down there. A dense and confusing set of acts of parliament. He broke england away from the pope's authority and gave it to himself. As the supreme head on earth of the church of england the king it now really answered to no one. But god helpfully for henry before his official break with rome. He had convinced the pope to install his theo. Bro a man named thomas. Grand murked beat the archbishop of canterbury and now was the second highest spiritual leader in england. He declared catherine and henry's marriage. Invalid their daughter. Illegitimate and signed that forced papers clearing the way for henry to mary and blend catherine's title was replaced by one that identified her as princess. Dowager and she was moved to the country separated from her daughter mary until her death which is a huge jerk. Move by henry okay. But it wasn't just marital convenience that spurred on the reformation in england while the catholic church at this time did many good and holy things on a local level like caring for the poor much of the leadership could be bribed or bent to rulers political. Well depending on the amount of gold or protection they would be willing to offer doesn't sound familiar. Indulgences were rampant. The pope exercise deprima authority often less religious purposes more for selfish purposes. And many did not dig on this including a guy in germany named martin luther now years before his appointment as archbishop of canterbury kramer was an ambassador in the roman court of the holy roman emperor. Charles the fifth catherine's nephew. During one of their progresses. They traveled through germany. Where crammer learned more about lutheranism which at that time was so heretical. It could get you burned at the stake but here is probably where the international climate and the needs of dynasty collided lutheranism was heretical at the time but it also provided the environment for the topic convenient reform henry needed to enact. His.

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"prince arthur" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"prince arthur" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To point out that there's a certain irony to people who are yelling about Trump distributing Russian disinformation, quoting Vladimir Putin as a reliable source. You do not get to do that. If you're going to claim that the Russians are behind every door in under every table, you don't that claimed you can't then site Vladimir Putin as your reliable source under bunking stories. It's a very weird take a very weird and stupid take. Okay. In other news Speaking of foreigners who are bothering Americans, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are bothering us Now I know Meghan Markle is homegrown. I understand to our great detriment. But Prince Harry is not home grown, so you should go back to Britain, because, frankly, we don't need more of this. This white apologetic woke nonsense. Just don't not from Prince Harry, one of most privileged people in the face of the earth. So, according to Pablo, writing for daily wire. Prince Harry says he now understands unconscious bias, thanks to help and guidance from his wife, the Duchess of Sussex and Meghan Markle. Man. It better be worth it, Harry, Because can you imagine your life You're like third in line to the throne of Great Britain. Right. You could be Prince Arthur and this actress from America lands on your shores and decides that she's going to inform you in woken us. You're like, okay? Sure. Sounds great. This. I feel like he's made some decisions, decisions that will bear some consequences. Apparently, the Duke of Sussex told activist Patrick Hutchison during a video called he learned more about the concepts of racism and internal bias after he married Megan. Oh, man, that must be some hot sessions right there. He said. Unconscious bias from my understanding, having upbringing in the education that I had. I had no idea what it was. I had no idea existed and then satis. It is to say it took me many, many years to realise it, especially then living a day or a week in my wife's shoes. I don't want to know what he does with his feet, but Unconscious bias is a bunch of crap. OK, unconscious bias is the idea. Put forward by things like the implicit assessment test, which is a extraordinarily flawed measure of bias that you have these implicit biases that live at the back of your brain. You don't even know about them. You're secretly a racist, even from yourself. Her brain is keeping the racism a secret from you. You've never done anything. Racist, hate racism. You think races are jerks. Does not matter. You have unconscious bias lurking at the back of the memory. And if you do a Mala struggle session with Meghan Markle You're good to go. Prince Harry talks about his education is a personal revelation, he said. No one's blaming anybody. That's the way I look at it. No one's pointing the fingers. You can't really point fingers, especially when it comes to unconscious bias. But once you realize where you feel a little bit uncomfortable, the onus is on you to go out and educate yourself because ignorance is no longer an excuse. You see, the only way to alleviate your unconscious bias is to buy a $20,000 course from Robin D'Angelo. Or listen to Megan Margo Screeching you or or go hang out with a broom candy. That's that's the only way you can fix your unconscious bias. How wonderful it must be to be Prince Harry. Terry said. For me, it's down to a more diverse perspective. Otherwise, you're just perpetuating that bias. I think one of most dangerous things is people with in positions of power. Whether it's politics or whether it's media where if you're not aware of your own bias, and you're not aware of the culture within your system, How are we ever going to progress? How are we ever going to get to that point where there is more fairness? Because it's not a zero sum game, right? Everyone benefits of the black community gets treated the way they should be treated. But unconscious bias is not about the black community being treated. In the normal way you would treat any other individual Because there actually is no social science data linking implicit assessment test outcome to how you're actually behaving in real life. This is really about is re education about malice Struggle Section sessions, Duke of Sussex, says these concepts are not up for debate. Says it's not up for debate. These are facts. This is what's happening. Oh, so you mean unconscious bias? Despite me, data is now not only a fact it is the guiding fact of life in the West. It has been very interesting for me to sit through or lived through this in America. But again, it's going to take every single one of us to change things. Anyone that's pushing against. It really needs to take a long, hard look at themselves in the mirror because I said this isn't Black versus white. Now in 2020. We have protestors of every color, every background, every religion every age. It's a global movement. The train has left the station. If you're not on it now, get on it. There's so much more we could do being a dad myself. The whole point in life, I guess for me is to try to leave the world a better place than where you have found it. By the way, Megan Marchal is is obviously getting involved in politics herself. She said that the upcoming election is most important of their lifetime. So go back in Britain. Seriously, Look, just leave. Just leave. Nobody needs you here. We have enough obnoxious people. So so I'm fine with you heading back to London. Apparently, I'm getting a collection from the queen because even the queen can't stand make a mark. So good time's over at Buckingham Palace. Alright, coming up. We're gonna be taking your phone calls at 855236 30 to 28 that is 855236 30 to 28. Also next hour, we're gonna be joined by two United States Senator Senator Tom Cotton from Arkansas as well. Senator Marsha Blackburn from Tennessee to talk everything from the Amy Barrett. Nomination and US and a session to the Supreme Court to social media and their attempts to crack down on alternative methods of informational distribution. But of course,.

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"prince arthur" Discussed on Noble Blood

Noble Blood

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"prince arthur" Discussed on Noble Blood

"Catherine didn't know it but blood has already been shed to pave the way for her journey to England in the course of her marriage negotiations back when she was still a toddler crawling on her mother's lap. Her father had demanded that. If they're princess was to be wed to Arthur the heir to the throne of England King Henry. Seven would need to kill a prisoner. Not just any prisoner. He would need to kill the young earl of work a boy who had been in isolation in the Tower of London for nearly fifteen years. The Earl of war still only in his early twenty s was the nephew and heir the former king. Richard the third England's new King Henry. The seventh had beat. Richard the third in battle and made an advantageous marriage to Elizabeth of York afterward. But no one really believed that he had any worthwhile blood claimed the English throne. Someone like the Earl of work did have that blood claim share. The earl was no real threat while he was imprisoned half mad from loneliness but he was still a threat and Ferdinand of Aragon. Did Not want any threats. If his daughter was to come to England she wasn't incredibly eligible princess the youngest daughter of a united Spain a Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Casteel. Catherine's bloodline was impeccable. Technically on her mother's side she even had a better blood claim to the English throne than Henry. The seventh that was most of the reason that Henry. The seventh wanted her for his son. Catherine represented old European royalty everything that he aspired. For the brand new house of Tudor to be and so King Henry. The seventh trumped up charges and escape attempt and had warrick executed. Princess Catherine would be marrying the future. King of England Henry the seventh guaranteed and so Spain agreed on dowry of two Hundred Thousand Crowns and when young Prince Arthur turned fourteen old enough to consummate a marriage. Catherine was shipped to England for a wedding. That would make all of Europe pay attention. Catherine came to London two days before her wedding gown with bell shaped sleeves and a hooped petticoat that made her as wide as she was high. The look was unlike anything anyone's wearing an England it was unmistakably Spanish. Catherine also wore jaunty little cap on her head with Gold Lace to tie it beneath her Chin in the Venetian style escorted by the Lord. Mayor of London Catherine came through the city to watch the elaborate pageants that people had set up for her tab. Lows with sets and costumes on the street in one tableau. A paper Welsh Dragon and green represented her husband to be Arthur. The Prince of Wales in another tableau the Archangel. Gabriel came down to figure meant to represent catherine reminding her that her chief duty was for the procreation of children. A God character then came down and declared blessed. Be the fruit of your belly. Your substance and fruits. I shall increase and multiply. England was coming out of civil war. Between the Yorks and Lancasters. The dynasty wasn't entirely secure yet but henry the seventh and his heir. Arthur represented a stable future. And now they had this young beautiful Spanish princess who was ready to continue the tutor line when Arthur and Catherine finally met in person. They smiled and blushed still teenagers. Even as they were play-acting adults they tried to converse in Latin. But they found that they couldn't quite understand each other. They had been taught different pronunciations. A Spanish ambassador assured Arthur that Catherine would learn English soon. Enough Arthur's little brother Henry than just ten years old peaked out at the princess who had arrived from a distant land. He whispered into his brother's coat that she was beautiful. Arthur smiled and he kissed Katherine on the Cheek. The wedding was a spectacle with Arthur. And Catherine both in heavy crowns than in velvet robes trimmed with ermine when they completed their vows doves and rabbits were released outside. Saint Paul's Cathedral in a moment of delicious chaos choir sang them out and into their marriage. Bed the Arthur was at this point only fifteen years old and I've a particularly sickly constitution. The morning after his wedding he strolled out of his bedchamber and bodily told his friends to pour him. A nail marriage is thirsty work. He said poking a friend in the RIBS GENTLEMEN. He announced when he had his need to hold high. I have spent the night in Spain. Catherine privately told her ladies that they hadn't done anything but sleep side by side and offer each other a chaste. Kiss good night the day after the wedding King Henry. The seventh sent most of Catherine Spanish entourage home leaving Catherine more isolated than she had ever been in her entire life in a strange country and in bed with the stranger king. Henry tried to distract her that day. He showed her his library and he let her choose a new ring for herself but Katherine couldn't stop looking out the window looking back towards the land she had left and to which would now never return. Though Arthur's health seemed to decline in the weeks following his wedding the Pale weedy boy becoming even Paler Wieder he was still the Prince of Wales and so the newlywed couple said off to Ludlow Castle in the Welsh marshes so arthur could gain some experience in government as Arthur's color continued to fade courtiers joked that the boy was just over exerting himself in the marriage bed when both Katherine and Arthur fell sick with the sweating sickness drenching. Their CLOTHES LEAVING THEM. Delirious with fever people stopped making jokes. On April third. Confessor woke King Henry. The seventh in the middle of the night in his palace in Surrey. The king still bleary eyed just stared at his confessor. Who recited stuttering? If we received good things at the hand of God why? May We not endure evil things. The king didn't respond and so the confessor lowered his eyes and he was forced to continue your dearest son. He said half departed to God Arthur Prince of Wales and heir to the English throne with dead when Catherine recovered from the sweating sickness. She woke to a new life as a widow alone in a foreign land. She had been married for only six months as tradition dictated. Catherine did not attend her husband's funeral shrouded in black in heavy veils. She returned to London to see what her future wouldn't tail. Catherine's father King Ferdinand demanded that England repay her dowry. It was negotiation tactic to frighten Henry. The seventh into agreeing to a new betrothal to his next son. The new heir Henry. There were a few obstacles that would prevent Catherine from becoming engaged to the very young Henry. Tudor I that. Catherine was over five years older than him. The new widow was sixteen. The young Prince was eleven but that age difference wouldn't matter much as Henry Age by the time he was fourteen. Able to consummate a marriage. It wouldn't raise too many eyebrows for him to be going to bed with an older woman but the much bigger barrier was the Bible which forbade a man to marry his brother's widow to be fair. The Bible wasn't entirely clear on the matter. Leviticus explicitly forbade marriage between a man and his brother's wife declaring outright that such a union would be cursed with childlessness but then again in Deuteronomy it basically encouraged for man to marry his brother's widow if the couple was childless it's painted as an act of charity but that religious complication could be brushed aside if the marriage between Catherine and Arthur was never consummated impatient with the hemming and hotline of advisers and investors King Henry the seventh summoned Catherine explicitly asked her if she and Arthur had slept together Catherine shook her head she and Arthur had laid together for six nights but never as a man and wife there henry the seventh said. Do you see simple. We shall keep the dowry and Henry. Shall Mary Spain so it was agreed the marriage was set to take place in fifteen o five when Prince Henry was fourteen years old. Spain would send a delegation to the pope for special dispensation in order to settle any lingering doubts about the marriages legality. And so- Catherine and Henry were formally betrothed in a ceremony in which Catherine more white looking as virginal as she possibly could with her hair unbound in loose waves down past her shoulder to signify her purity. But until Henry turn fourteen catherine remained in England. Not quite a guest but not quite a member of the royal family either choose given a minimal household allowance but not much else but then Catherine mother died in Spain. The illustrious Isabella of Casteel. That would be devastating under any circumstance but with her mother's death Catherine lost her dynastic importance. Technically steel went to Catherine older sister. WanNa but everyone knew that one was volatile verging on unhinged and so the real power was swan is husband Philip. The handsome son of the Holy Roman Emperor. But all that just meant that with Isabella dead. Catherine was no longer a princess of a united Spain. Choose instead just the princess now of the smaller less important region of Aragon. Her father's kingdom Henry Tudor was going to be the King of England. Someday he could probably find a much better marriage abruptly King Henry. The seventh stopped Catherine's allowance..

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"prince arthur" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

26:07 min | 2 years ago

"prince arthur" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Friends walked out so twenty five you know it's now four hundred forty K. is kind of an sort out forty k. war hammer tradition or hammer fantasy yeah fantasy swords think like like your example at the princess bride yeah okay the moment were Wesley looks into butter cups is and says death cannot stop true love I think we hear the thesis store if the the theme the thesis statement of the Princess Bride right there and it's reiterated almost with every character I mean even the Lynne's reiterate it Yup and and try to stop it that that's what they're stopping yeah and I mean but to put a point correctly Knox puts us out there the story of revenge redemption depends on the feelings of the players having to resolve it that way right doesn't mess up the Kier theme I'm going to say it doesn't but it does is remind you that they are active components in telling your story they could turn a story of redemption into a story of revenge yeah because the story of redemption in has ended that's true so remember that you have a theme that you start your story with where the story begins is maybe you in a state of betrayal your players are hired by a by a would be you know a barkeep to go clean out a dungeon were his daughter was captured and they were blackmailing him and you get there and you find out that the the dungeon his ass or this crypt is actually full of Goblins who've been forced out of their caves and the young girl was actually trying to help them she's a healer her and she's basically burnt herself out there and he was sending you there to basically kill them in her and now you're dealing with that betrayal and he's turned the whole town against you because he's now made it out you guys are the bandits who've taken her to get rid of you because of a greater story and these are the kinds of things were to go now you have this betrayal started in the story the question is where do you go from there are you are you then going to goo go through and continue pushing that betrayal line with them that everyone is portrayed to them or you going to let the players help direct that and that's where you can take the story from its rails and start handing it to the players and letting them give you peace so now the other thing too that that I will throw out there is that female is not a it's not a hard set of rules on how your story has to unfold Corral Caso your players yeah they are very much active participants in I see you could be going with a redemption theme they could turn it in they could take vengeful actions okay but what I would say is fem- should inform how your story unfolds from there okay so sure your players may take a vengeful action against someone who you and handed them to redeem but see in in in a in a revenge based story than you would reward them for that action and say hey good job you got revenge okay because revenge is the theme revenge is kind of what we're going for and when you do the thing you know in a revenge story hey that Kinda makes you the hero of the revenge story but let's go back though we were we were telling a story about redemption right okay and you just took a vengeful action so maybe now is the storyteller because I am trying to stick to that theme of Redemption now maybe I turn that a little bit on edge maybe I punish the the the the players a little bit give them awesome as you punish but give them consequences correct maybe there are some negative consequences for seeking revenge maybe the the the the opinion of the you know the the public opinion or at least private opinion of those attached to the people that got veterans against isn't all that high mealy people aren't happy to see the players take wrath against this person and you know I really think you could have done better by him I'm not sure they deserve this or at least show pity for him and say I'm sorry it came to this right he was a good man right you know and what that does is that reinforces with your players than that the theme the idea the story isn't about getting revenge right and at that point then you you you kind of reinforce that whole like redemption was an option but you didn't except exact let's move on and and you're right like we were just saying it influences how you want the story to continue and it and it can give a lot to the setting around them if people if there is a sense of sacrifice in every step that there's there's constantly that feeling of people sacrificing for each other you your players sacrificing themselves that adds to that theme that you want to continue progressing to the story so I think it's I think it's important I think it's necessary I think there are stories I told without theme but I think they feel dry yeah so and then can change again your your campaign is not a never ending story of redemption there may be attorney at that point scratch that word out set up a new word Knox's asking here so fem- helped is influenced rewards and consequences you can't control how the players act but you can control how the world might feel about correct and I think that's that's very correct think of think of the theme of your story maybe like the current of the river. Yeah nobody's saying you can't go cross the current or even up the current but the current is going to try to pull you in a direction here's a here's a couple of examples jotted down of of themes so see your teams that no person is truly beyond redemption. Okay that's your that's your theme that's your Thesis Statement Your Villain may be a good person who was driven to do bad things news give an example okay so warcraft three video games sure okay before it ever became world warcraft right I really liked the Ark of Prince rbis Oh yeah okay all right these skorge has unleashed a magical curse upon the people it is laced into their grain so as they eat this food they become tainted by and they die of this plague but the curse of the plague is that they rises on dead after words right and so now suddenly you have Annette Ravaging Linda Lauren Duke and Prince Arthur's is a Pelican and he sees it as sacred duty of course to go and fight the undid the problem being the UN dead are his subjects right there his people and he becomes more and more desperate and as time goes by and it gets to the point where he sees that grain has already been essentially delivered to this town uh-huh and he knows what's going to happen he sees the outcome or the people are all still essentially alive they're living their lives they're living their lives they haven't died and turned yet he decides the whole town needs to be raised anyways and he makes this awful choice to essentially go in and slaughter his own people before they become before they before they become something right it's kind of the point in which his story which a lot of the other characters go okay well we ahead you're back up until now but this is a bridge too far buddy and I think you need to step back from the precipice as like no this needs to be done right and that's essentially where he he starts his downward turn and becomes the villain there may also be let's see here human he just tumbled down the rabbit hole of bad mistakes bright and it can't find his way back you know so to faces a good I think as an example of that to a degree it depending on how you look at comic verses movie I don't know enough about to face he was a for he was a law bringer as far as being on the decide until it didn't work anymore that way and he had to start dealing his judgment more directly because the the law wasn't on his side on the side of justice I'm I'm thinking more the the the the good man who says well I'm GonNa make an exception just this once okay I see you but now that he's made that a sub without exception now that he's compromised that little bit the next compromise becomes a little easier or maybe he has to make a compromise to cover for the compromise just made gotcha because he told a lie in exile another lie to cover that lie and you fast forward six months awesome this guy's neck deep in something Arandis INIS become the villain of story I like all right so you know these are the type of characters you would you would you may write in a story that is themed around Redemption the quest for the party maybe to thwart the villain initially but along the way you learn that you can help redeem him instead of killing him right and so it Kinda changes your your it opens your options there may also be characters and story with similar arc perhaps an important NPC he is someone who once found themselves labeled as a villain but found redemption and peace and this is a great way of introducing that kind of idea of the you know maybe he's not a bad guy maybe he just tumbled a little too far down rab home you need to go get him you know Zuko from Avatar is another great thing abused by his father driven to a task he didn't fully understand against a foe he didn't we understand why and by season three he's like a while hold on I'm the bad guy oh I didn't want to be the bad guy thought it was the hero right you know we up and then the story changed and then the story changed exactly so you know but but at the same time these sorts of stories are going to be very large the about hope about possibility you're gonNA want your storytelling to be uplifting GonNa want your characters to be you know open to possibility and change and stuff like that in these sorts of stories you know contrast that then against like another different team like even the mightiest heroes can be corrupted by power and you go the complete opposite way the villain may be the proverbial fallen heroes sort either you die the heroes where you live long enough to see yourself become the villain you mentioned to face earlier Yup this is a great example of that I would agree I would agree the quest may begin with a believer villainous still a hero and then only to find out that they have turned evil to be revealed as the villain which is a common and theme what was a superhero show that just came out the boys all the boys yeah there's a good that's a that's a great example of that kind of a it starts at the end almost I yeah almost with the turn that like you know you're you're dealing with that power struggle that that power corrupts Wheatley Yang you get that field so yeah very much so the quest may be to begin with knowledge begin with knowledge the villain is the villain later discover the origins as a hero the corrupted right yeah exactly that's own that's a great example is a great example of that the quest may even begin with Oh as still as the hero yeah but as the story moves forward slowly slips into villainy kind of like your your Arthur's example but but you leave him there yeah you know the story progresses he becomes evil crosses that threshold and you can't bring him back and you leave no option for bringing him back with this theme no you know yeah and it's a there's some stories where it's power power is just that it's becomes greed of and charity sat on the edge of his view and once he had everything they needed it wasn't even so much that he needed to keep it it was that he wasn't ever going to lose it all the things that he had gained so yeah they're.

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"prince arthur" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"prince arthur" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Got I told you yesterday. Yeah. You told us we all got the thing that she made it through surgery safely. I mean, how do you communicate these these with your family live outside true? That's how good. Yeah. She has the same problem that I have with surgery, which is you can't keep down the ping medication now to manage them becomes interesting though, she's struggling with that a little bit. She just was so excited though about our new oil baby. And she was she was doing junior producing. Of course, some text messages making sure that you have all the information on the early. And then you no, she's crash. We hope her while she's supposed to be back tomorrow. Patrick racy is co-hosting tomorrow with what maybe Laurie, and I maybe what maybe. Or maybe Lori nine Patrick supplies is what's going to happen tomorrow? We'll see what happens. Yeah. But we've got tickets to give away today. Don't we dining y'all? We have another pair of tickets to give away to the sold-out shop til you drag event produced by flip phone that'll be Sunday may nineteenth out of Rosedale center. The von Maur court, and we'll give those VIP tickets away today tomorrow and Friday, and we'll let you know when to call in for those. I know yeah, you're gonna wanna on that doing that. Okay. So this is kind of sweet news. I thought, you know, our ACTA pool is very active here in the twin cities area. And Caroline inner bitch ler. That you pronounce it cler. I don't know C H Birchler don't know how to pronounce her Caroline. I from Egan. That's big jab. She's going to be touring on the national tour of the smash bribery, musical frozen. We'll congratulate he's gonna play Anna who's the Royal sister. Who does not sing let it go. Good songs for herself nonetheless. And she actually this woman. I feel like we've met her before because she starred in when the Guthrie theater adapted little house on the prairie. Yes. Played many yet. And she also was the lead in order as mama Mia last summer, which was great. She was played area on Chan has since little mermaid she appeared to sandy in Greece. So she's very well versed and Laura Donnie pronounce your last name. Laura office asked Natsios same. I can never put she's following her footsteps. Well, that's fantastic quite the resume already. And it looks like she's also going to be Carolina. I is going to be in guys and dolls at the Guthrie. Oh, yeah. We need to be there. This is like the hot hot one of the many hats shows. Yes. That is you going? Well, let's just double check. You real quick wanna make sure it looks like it's going to be running in July, July. Yes. So June twenty second through August twenty fifth. So essentially, it's going to be the entire summer guys and dolls at the Guthrie. It's a good show. Oh, yeah. Climatic by friend, Shannon's like her favorite play ever. But remember when we heard, you know, because they're making the movie adaptation of this. And we had heard that who wanted to try out. They were letting the guys try out first Mandy Moore. Yup. That's it. Yes. Yes. The studio did eventually deny that. Yeah. But they have to deny that. I mean they wanted to cast Nathan Detroit before they cast any of the female. With sky Masterson. Yep. Yeah, they need to ladies. First measure, there's chemistry and why I'm going to say there is because of this new program that I was very excited about lawyers very excited about its on stars. Uh-huh. Called the Spanish Princess, right? Donny. Remember? I wife. Yes. Catherine of Aragon. Yes. Okay. And so it starts out and what I find with these Stoorikhel fiction pieces is that you need to have attractive people in the leads. You mean, you don't want the the leads to be historically accurate, in any way, shape or form? How to look up. Donnie, who is it? And guess Imrie. I am R E Imran. He plays prince, Arthur. Yes. And now when I hear print author I think I'm allowed. Oh, yeah. I think you're putting in hot hot hot. Yeah. Also when this little boy came out with this little boy Martin saw. Boy who to the period of two. I I was like, no, no, how can you ruin it in the first episode? Did he have a great sixteenth century smile as well? Hello. Well, apparently, he's kind of. Just maybe what? Well, he's not good with his sword. Which was great voice. Yeah. It's okay. It may be both. But I will just say that he's more. He's just that. He doesn't like to fight the character in the show delayed by Angus prince Arthur with Catherine's first husband, something like that. But I mean, I was so disappointed. And then I looked at the haircut. And I thought oh God that looks like what? Told Jillian you're looking a little Dutch boyish today. Boyish, you know, the Pete guys, I'm telling you, I did not that never even crossed my.

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"prince arthur" Discussed on The SpiritBros Podcast

The SpiritBros Podcast

11:58 min | 3 years ago

"prince arthur" Discussed on The SpiritBros Podcast

"Earlier, but yeah, Japanese food, Thai food, Mexican food. I think those are my top three ethnic foods, although mostly what I end up eating is the talian because passed an pizzas available, and inexpensive. And also, my girlfriend's Italian so I like that, too. Generally just one of the happy things that I also again, wasn't expecting when I got into coffee was that I became a foodie I was not before. But when you know, when you're working with this kind of stuff, and you're working with taste like Scott would not, you know, he would seek out also the best food, and I really learned to, to separate the reputation of a restaurant from the actual quality of the restaurant, I will not give names, but there are places in town here where people line up all the time and it's just not worth it. And I walked by and shake my head, and I passed the place, two blocks further that I know is doing the much better job of that thing and getting the attention. But so yeah. Just in general, what people put in. Kind of care and energy that I'm putting into burn the coffee into the food. It's awesome. It's, it's so good to see. And it's still really rare. It's kind of one of the positive outcomes of dedicating a lot of time in passionate into subject is you start being able to recognize it in other people. Yeah. You see it. When you walk across the street you have that in nod it doesn't take me, you know, like when I got into cock, cocktails stuff a little bit of didn't take me long to figure out where the better places were. And if I walked into a place to go. Oh, wait a minute. I can see I can see what they're doing here, kind of thing. So, yeah, it's sort of spreads outward that way, which is great podcasts, you know? Huge Dan savage. Fan dances, savage. Love podcast relationship podcast and one that he the only other one that I listened to regularly. Now, it's relatively recent is when the he re tweeted about how much he loved. It's call the fall of civilization podcast. I think they're on, like episode four talks about all these different civilizations through time that have ended like the Mayans they stopped Roman Britain like they abandoned, Rome. At one point, they just gave Brandon Britain. They gave up at a certain point went. So and it's interesting because, of course, you know, one of the feelings that can you can easily have reading your morning news. These days is this isn't going, well, you know, so it's kind of fun to look back and see, like what were the warning signs and why did these things happen kind of things. So that's fascinating. It is fascinating. There's something really amazing endings learn about endings and endings on that scale yet. That's like that's world changing. I think the other thing is really interesting about. Another famous favorite author is Daniel Quinn, who wrote Ishmael is the most famous one but he's written a bunch of other stuff, and he talks about how I couldn't summarize really, but he's not a big fan of our current civilization than life structure, and he talks about how like there are examples the minds is one of them of Pete, where people walked away. People just went now. We'd rather go back to weigh, the we live in the forest, you know, like they hit, you can literally make a different choice because it seems impossible like how could we there are examples of that happening in the past? So we should have a special episode and just talk about all this stuff. Deepen it. Yes. Do you have a favorite social media polo someone out there doing it really well? So the only social media do is Twitter. And I know that I you know, Facebook, I'm very happy that I never was tempted. And I'm happier and happier every day that goes by. And instagram. I never really got into that. So I do Twitter. I hear all kinds of horrible things about Twitter but I use Twitter very differently. It's most I mostly just follow and read and every once in a while I sent a comment read on Twitter. So I read a bunch of coffee people. That's how I kind of with a lot of stuff is, is coffee Twitter. And then some of it are. It's people that I know locally a little local comedians, and friends and things like that. And then some of it is, is a little more political stuff and things like that. But again, I don't get into the interacting. I'm not posting my own stuff. And then getting at mentioned back and stuff like that. It's really I used to our RSS reader, just and I would just subscribe to things and Twitter's just that for me now. So I do follow Dan savage. I follow some people he recommended like Esther Parral, who's a relationship. Psychologist, counselor author. I follow that follow civilizations podcast coffee wise. I follow like James Hoffman from square mile in England Collin Harmon the Irish breeze to champ that I was talking about. And then some people that crossover there's a guy named Tony Kenichi. You as a coffee subscription service called, let, yes, please. And he used to have a coffee company called tonics and his stuff is park coffee, and then also part, social commentary and stuff's, cool guys like that. So and I had a few categories, just because it's you and I feel this is special super caffeinated, talk. Exactly. So just get name a different few different coffee ways of serving coffee in whichever spot in Montreal are wherever that you love to get that coffee from that place. Okay. I will caution this one by a pre worn for this. When I get asked this all the time. Now is this a question for, you know, it's a good question, because it allows me the chance to reframe the question I get asked all the time in classes like what is your top place or what your top three or something like that? And I was already thinking this, but I saw somebody else, replied to the same question in, I think, London, I think it might have been James Hoffman saying it's no longer. Question, happily of where's the best place? There's so many and the variation from one day to another and, you know, which is the right place for my mood, and did it, but it doesn't really matter because that's not really how you do coffee. I mean, it's very rare that you're like, okay, I'm gonna get up and I want to go to the best place in town. You're gonna go really far the question. You're asking yourself, mostly is what's the best place around here, like in five or ten minutes kind of thing. So, so that said go ahead and ask you what's the best place around here. Yes. So we're, I think I mentioned to you. Were sort of central plateau, and on the way over I walked by noble where Victor, who's one of the people that teaches classes with me at the academy works. So that's a really nice great option. You're also close to Larry's, which is sort of a small version of the Lawrence restaurant next door. But during the day they do coffee service, you can just walk in and get a coffee. Little further north. I really like on bogere. I really liked peace Di really like cafe Odessa. Yeah. Those would be sort of my options, real close. Oh, caffeine Gamba has well not too far. If you just go a little bit. That's on park park between I think Fairmount and Saint Vietor and it's, it's the granddaddy great now. It's the oldest currently existing progressive coffee cafe in the city. So, so maybe instead of focusing on, on the coffee what's cafe in Montreal or elsewhere that when you walk in always makes you smile almost feels like home. You're like that for me at the moment. It's the one that I go to most often his scheme, which is just half a block down from my kademi, and I don't tend to get coffee there because I'm I'm usually walking past it to go to my academy where I have all my time. I that's one of the things that I kind of almost oh, it to myself, most of the day to make the coffee myself and test my coffee. And so that, that is true that also in a larger sense, I owe it to myself to drink other people's coffee more. But the real answer to what makes thing feel like most home is not going to be the coffee. Even is not going to be the decor. It's going to be the people. And so I know the staff at a ski now and I walk in smiley face. And I'm I'm usually there because they receive deliveries for us when I'm not at the academy of paying up boxes of coffee or something like that. And it's just, you know, you say hi, and you do a quick catch up, and that, that may cut to the core of what really makes it good. Cafe is a place where you can walk in and say, hi, and it's a place where everybody knows your name for cheers. And last one. What's the best thing about being a Montreal or? Oh, I mean, I chose Montreal consciously. So I grew up mostly in Edmonton, and I came here for university, I between high school and university I was working in a clothing store, and I wanna sales competition for a four day weekend here, and it was actually I was going to say without revealing your address your onto Bouillon here. We're recording. And I was on the little apartment that they gave me the key to was two billion prince Arthur off spot. My. So I came here for four days and I went. Yup. Because I was from Edmonton. And there is an opposite. Montreal in Canada. It's pretty much advocate. So, you know, I came here. I was like, I'm determined. I'm gonna go to McGill and I did. And then when I graduated from Gil, I actually thought I had to leave because I thought I didn't speak French well enough to get a job here. This was nine hundred ninety two or three or whatever I could have definitely I mean you could still get a job of Westmount or something like that. The town where everyone should be bilingual, but whether they'll make exceptions I could've stayed, but I didn't know that. So I ended up going west but I spent ten years at west about once a month. I would have a dream that I was while walking through the collateral and looking at the buildings on a bike know what the trees and I would wake up and be like really sad that it was a dream. So I finally got back and I will say this to you asked me earlier about like what gets you through the dark times? I remember very consciously many, many times where I'd be biking to work along on a tree, Laden street going by these nice old hundred fifty year old buildings and going, you know what I did make it. You know I got here. It doesn't matter how much stress I have on the back of my mind. This is still a sunny day in the plateau, and it's the same with your Bank, balances ten thousand or minus ten thousand it's still a sunny day in the plateau. Amen, amen. And Chris, where can we? Learn more about you and the academy in the courses you offer there. Thank you for the opportunity to my website, which is Montreal coffee, academy dot com. And so he has a pretty file about me, there, you probably learned way more just listening to this podcast and you'd have learned from the site. But yeah, all of our classes are listed there and there's a contact form as well. So if there's any questions or anything else, we are like I say, in addition to the public classes, we offer a bunch of consulting services and other thing there's anything at all. You know, send us a male, and if we can help we will, and I'd like to emphasize that it's for absolutely anyone who loves coffee. You don't have to be a pro you have to be in the coffee business. You said to be curious. I'm pretty happy about that. We get a bunch of feedback from people, you know, we get a wide range of people come, and we get feedback from people that are full pros. They're like. Even though you started kind of zero I still learn so much in that class. And then from non professionals that have no nothing that are like you. You walked me through it. You got me there, we've managed to find create classes that really you can be sitting complete movie next to a total professional in both people seem to really get a lot out of it. Yeah. I'm happy about that. Thanks so much for coming on. Thank you guys. It was great to see both of you again, because I used to see both of you. It's a nice little reunion. Yeah. I really appreciate it. And thanks. Thanks for joining us on. Thanks. All right. Thanks, everyone. Cheers. Hey, hey, that was Chris Capelle on the spear broS podcast. Chris, thank you so much for coming on the show. I had such a blast. I'm sure that a lot of yo there is well, thoroughly enjoyed this special episode about coffee. I learned so much every time I'm next to Chris. I just start learning and absorbing coffee wisdom. I love coffee already. So anything more as bonus and it gets me so hyped moments like this gave me so hyped about making some delicious coffees. So thank you, Chris. Thank you, Mets yards and we'll pay for coming on and being such a

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"prince arthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:08 min | 3 years ago

"prince arthur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg stocks, Dave Wilson. Thank you so much even in any range-bound market. We've seen over the past couple of days debut, always fine. Where the action is. Thank you. Going back down to Washington DC, President Trump intends to nominate Alison Herron Lee of Colorado to serve at the securities and Exchange Commission Lee democrat would fill the seat already vacated by CARA Stein, restoring the five member commission to full strength. She would serve a five-year term that expires on June fifth two thousand twenty two devastate into this story a little bit. We welcome. As we always do every week, Arthur Levitt, former chairman of the securities and Exchange Commission. So Arthur, thank you so much for joining us. Again, what are your thoughts on this new nominated nominee? I it's good. And I think it's unique in recent years, almost without exception every new presidential nomination as been a member of the staff of the House Financial Services committee or the Senate banking committee, and with that came political agenda if you. You came out of a staff position for a Republican or democratic member of any of those critical committees, you can do embrace the same philosophy that your former boss embraced and. Generally, speaking, the commissioners that came from the offices of politicians either democratic or Republican. Were less creative and open in their approach and sensitive to the possibilities of. Starting out on new ground, and perhaps even embracing investor initiatives and calling for public meetings. Investors things of that kind were not generally embraced by former Senate or house staffer. So I applaud this appointment as being a really good and constructive one. I look forward to hearing more from the new Commissioner, so are is your expectation. That miss Lee will be confirmed. Yes. Absolutely. That name would not have appeared at not already that it with. Both Republicans and Democrats are is this a Trump SEC. He has his tone, and he's implied that in part of that imputed that under different divisions bodies institutions is it a Trump SEC in two thousand nineteen. That's that's a great question. Tom. I've asked myself the same question, and I think because of the strength of the chairman of the SEC Trump has a lot of confidence in it's not a Trump SEC. And the appointments I think have been sound and good appointments not leaning too far left or too far. Right. Right. So if it is a Trump at C C, it's a darn good SEC in my book. Right. And it's it's even better because of the personal skills of the chairman I've been trotting out history. Arthur you, and I are the only ones that remember LBJ after the assassination of John F Kennedy had to jump start the economy and William mcchesney Martin was running the fed and LBJ said come on you gotta get on board and they'll Martin get onboard. He he didn't want to push towards an inflationary America's is a generalization. And once again, we've got chairman Powell with is independence question is the president. Maybe look for alternative prince Arthur Levitt replacing Sherman Paul, but tell us about your Washington years, Arthur and the independence of the fed. Well, my Washington years were blessed because my President Bill Clinton. Allowed me the freedom that all independent he should have. But rarely do have. And I was able to initiate programs and bark and bark upon initiatives that few chairman wherever able to because the president allowed me to do pretty much anything I wanted to even with respect to the appointments of commissioners. The president was willing to listen to my recommendations and often embrace them. So that's not usual. Usually there is tension writing the White House and commissioners and certainly the chair, but this particular chair that sitting in the seat today is strong in his own right. And because of that, I think the president has a lot of respect for him and his leaving the commission alone allowing him to set his own agenda. Thank you so much. The former chairman. The Securities Exchange Commission. Let's go to the gossip of the pages at London, Paul, sweetie. You are expert on this. And this is of course, the divine actress Helen Mirren, she is front of the papers this morning is she went after net flicks over this Titanic battle of traditional movie going in that flicks. I know Mr. Spielberg spokes talked about this. Well, yes, explained to me mortals, like me why Helen Mirren is using four letter words and said he Spielberg's upset I think they want to preserve a lot of what has been the traditional mystique of soda feature filmmaking, which is it's meant to be enjoyed within the theater, it's a communal experience. And that's kind of what they want to preserve as opposed to the Netflix experiences, which it's really just a one to one relationship you're sitting down and just kind of tuning into Netflix, watch it what you want when you want where you want it. And so I think it's a little bit of pushback from some folks in Hollywood. No, we need to preserve some of what made feature film making great go run a museum, isn't exactly isn't this distribution question. It really is. Really what it is. It's a personal choice issue. How do people wanna consume content? It is much different today than it was before. And that's kind of what there's a push pull coming up Paul sweeping. I review the value. The economic power of Cinerama stay with us. This is Bloomberg. Good morning. Let's get some national headlines right now with Michael Barr. Michael, thank you very much. Thank its own. Preliminary findings around on the crash of the airline's flight that killed one hundred fifty seven people if the OPN officials say the pilots flying Ethiopian Airlines flight three oh to repeatedly performed all of the.

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'The Ranch': Dax Shepard joins Netflix comedy as recurring following Danny Masterson's exit

Lori and Julia

01:30 min | 4 years ago

'The Ranch': Dax Shepard joins Netflix comedy as recurring following Danny Masterson's exit

"Will be happy to hear this news stars has added a third series from filipa gregory there was the white queen the white princess get the spanish prince iceberg casting it will revolve around catherine of aragon the beautiful teenage princess of spain who had been promised to the english throne to the english known since she was child now we're husband prince arthur he die suddenly because she was still region she get married again right away to henry henry the eighth be so good the stars dax shepard getting another job he will be a recurring guest star in the second half of the ranch's season is on netflix play loop former soldier who comes to garrison this is the name of the town with some history concerning the ranch there he meets the ballots and forms of bond with ashton kutcher character he's replacing that danny mass it's not really know what they needed another do not do it so he's friends with ashton kutcher and sam elliott who swiss dash the absolutely adore as the dead on the show nickelodeon recruiting another one of its former heads nineties kids here we go larisa explains it all they're going to rebuild it with former star melissa joan hart she will reprise her role as clarisa darlie goaty this time you'll play the mother of the family as opposed to the dog hey look at that as she got.

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