6 Burst results for "Queen Of England"
"queen england" Discussed on Private Dicks
"One week later, they were in order to be found so the ship fucked off. Yeah, they had a year worth of supplies and over 400 men. So they would have been good. Granville is pissed because he actually came to. There's an extensive search of the island to figure out what the fuck happened. It says it was very vague on exactly how this happened. Maybe it wasn't, maybe it just wasn't reading enough. But it says the interrogated three second in and they eventually told grenville of the evacuation. So I don't fucking know what interrogated meant. I'm sure it wasn't good. This guy ate glass, you know what I mean? For fun. They could have just asked him a question just immediately was like, all right, I gotta hold down one of these natives. I'm gonna look one of these natives dead in the eye. Chug my wine, bite the glass and they'll tell me what the fuck I need to know. That was how he interrogated before that. He had a bunch of glasses. That's how we started. He started by hurting himself. And they were just like, if you don't tell me what I need to know, I'm going to hurt you. I don't know what he's eating, so I don't understand the significance of this. But I am terrified. Yeah, the resupply returns. Leaving 15 minute 50 men attachment on the island to protect rallies claim in America. As soon as granville and fleet left, the second in attacks, the leftover detachment, no shit. They killed two right away in the original fighting. 9 others run away. To say fuck this, they still had a penis there, so they're gonna go jump in their pinnace and get the fuck out of there. They jump in the 9 guys, two guys are already dead. They run away and they get in their pits and they see the other on the leftovers, whoever's left, they're like fishing for oysters. And they say, get the fuck in, the second ten are coming. And they leave and they go to Puerto Rico. They head towards Puerto Rico. Never to be seen again. Lost history. So who knows if they've made it? Who knows if they're panic at dunked or whatever? I don't know. I hope their pinnace made it. My hope they're past made it too. Now all the way back to England, granville captured a Spanish ship full of gold and with these riches he returned to London, queen England considered the expedition of success, not only did what he just plundered on the way back pay for the entire expedition, it actually had a lot of profit. So she was good, way to go. You didn't fuck that up at all. Everyone was really good, rally. Go for another try. And he didn't really want to. He's like, I don't know, man. I lost a lot last time. But John white, our artist, you know what? We gotta send one more man. I'll fucking leave this. I got this. Me and my pencils and my slate. We're gonna figure this shit out. Cool. Rallies down. John white's like, let's do this. But they sit down and they look at weights, maps, and they say, you know what? That island's terrible. How are we going to Chesapeake Bay, which is to the south. And we'll go make a harbor down there. And it's a bigger wide open spot. Nobody's going to get hurt over there. And you can make the call any there. Rally approves their mission to make the first found the city of rally, and I only wrote this in because they spelled city, CI, TTI, E in old English, which kind of reminds me of titties. So it makes me happy. It reminded them too, and it's a long, long, long trip on that pianist. So needed something to remind them of it.
"queen england" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Qualified surgeons. Unless you're an iguana who can grow limps back, switch to boost and get an unlimited plan for $25 a month. Boost mobile, unleash your power. New customers only one line $25 per month without pay. Additional restrictions apply. Details. Nese talks it be with Tim beverage Robin Goodyear. Good morning. Exploding. And I watched funeral until nearly 4 o'clock was falling and I couldn't watch it any longer, but I particularly like the order of service. I like the choice of familiar sounds and prayers like lords prayer. And beautiful choice of hands at most of us knew and could sing to. The other thing I really impressed me with a Canadian mounted police had come all the way from Canada. Beautiful back horses. And I, people don't realize how hard it is to breathe black horses. A lot of the queen's horses come from Ireland and Canada. And the queen has a horse black horse. Yeah. No, not a pony. She had a black horse called boobies. And when she did the trooping of the color, she rode that particular horse. And she wrote the horse. Horse beneath. Side saddle. And I do hope that we still have the cavalry and the horses because it gives I should push us to the event. All of a sudden all the symbolism and the statement about it was just, frankly, you know, overwhelming, really. And lastly, I hope that the faith is free of whom to my need for a democracy. It makes me realize how lucky we are to be in the Commonwealth. I constitutional monarchy sort of slash democracy or fancy the idea of a republic. No, a monarchy. And to democracy. And they got on you. Yep, that was thanks very much, Robin. Yeah, with a beautiful service. Good on you. And I appreciate you cool. Okay. Bye bye. Richard, good morning. Hello, ten of lovely here. Again. Cheers. I'm funny, amazing. The misinformation has been going on about the funeral. The British are actually the will's number one nation for putting on pageantry. There's no doubt about that at all. But here's the hypocrisy. People going on Putin wasn't invited. They shouldn't be invited. Well, why shouldn't he have been invited after all North Korea was invited? And it was represented through its ambassador. In the North Korean regime is the most vilest racing in the world. Now why would I be? Well, they're not inviting anyone at the moment, I guess. If I think anyone, the Venezuela's not. And they went invited. The North Koreans are the most vile nation on earth. And I just can't believe the misinformation about the Commonwealth. There's already splits in the Commonwealth. Terrible splits of the Commonwealth in the assigning app with Russia. It's unbelievable this was information. This business of the general reserve. Republican movement. And here's him being comment, except the condolences to the wonderful service, the queen. England. I think there's probably not so much from the actual official group. I think there's just this constantly is constantly calling it 24. But the point is before I go, let's put this off with them. The government of the day consecutive governor general heroism. And the only reason Goff Woodland got the boot by the governor general Kerr, it wasn't quick enough to the telephone. It's a simple as that. They miss information. Unbelievable. Did you hear what I mean? Only because only because he got to the telephone, got dumped because he got dumped because telephone says, that's a simple fact. Simple fact, but so what, I guess? Well, exactly right, but what I'm saying is that the governor general, the government of the daylight, the current governor general here in New Zealand. The labor government is the spokesperson. Overnight, without giving a reason. I don't have to give a reason. The government of the day have the ultimate pair. Under the COVID regulations, I could have declared martial law if they want to do nothing stopping them? I'm just giving her surmising of it. You see, you can't say you can't say a monarch. Unless it's through revolution, but you can precedent. First is the different ways that means that taking a prison. But the point about it is that there are a tremendous number of successful republics. And at the end of the day, the advice is the most I don't have much of the world. I don't have much confidence that we wouldn't balls it up. But for me, the convention of the monarchy is something that works. For the British. For the British. It works well for us. How does it work? People. How does it not work for us though? Tell us about artillery that went this season, there's a New Zealand attack we come here to state. That's the first reason. But who cares? We have our own prime minister. They're the ones. They're the ones we've got the state. Well, here we go. Let's test justice. We've got one step further. One other point of British, an English chief justice of New Zealand. What's that? One hundred point of English known as chief justice of New Zealand. But it's by saying we don't need to point it in New Zealand. Let's hear the decision got no confidence in your own institution. That's the simple matter. Yeah, probably. That'd be about right, Richard. What's up? Well, I've confidence in the institutions of government that we have right now, but we still need to vote for the decision makers, but to hear the state. The sky is not going to fall in. It's for real. I get fair enough for probably a little more animated about the Republican than I would be. That's for sure. Yeah, anyway, let's have a look at a few of the tips read the republic discussion apart from political changes. I'm wondering what changed with us commoners if we became a little bad, why don't I? Tim to be a republic will open the door to some tired figurehead key or Clark and a $20 million budget to run it stay as we are. Right, what else have we got? Tim, the bearer, are the Paul bearers. This is on the funeral. The polar bears were all handpicked and extremely fit. Grenadier guardsmen which still has a minimum height stimulation of 6 foot that had also been chosen really the height of their shoulders from the ground being perfectly matching and onerous task nevertheless, you know, they would have absolutely all been, yeah, hand picked probably on rigorous criteria. Thanks, I support you. I'm so angry. This is in print today. What's this in print today? What was in print today? It must have been something about the republicanism. Tim I read in the paper this morning the queen's casket ride 220 kilos. That's a massive weight freight man to carry. Thank you for remembering the queen and enjoying your show that's from Carol. As somebody else said to me an email, they thought a three 20, but
The Trish Regan Show
"queen england" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show
"And so it's thus no surprise that 55.4% of the registered voters that were just surveyed in a new poll support recalling mayor latoya cantrell. Right? Because it's not really cool when you're leaders decide to use your money to go on a fancy vacation to France in the summer. Anyway, I want to get to some of the outrage that we've been seeing from the left and how they're doubling down on it in reaction to the queen of England's death. Before we do that, you know, you hear about situations like New Orleans and you say, wow, our leaders really, really don't get it. And whether it's happening on the local level with that mayor, whether it's happening on a national level, where you feel like they're just not putting us Americans first, I think that a lot of people feel this way. And this is by the way, not party specific. It feels like these leaders just don't give a damn. But you know what? We have ourselves to blame. Voters have no one to look at, but themselves. It's one of the reasons why I think it's so important that we take these issues seriously in one organization that certainly does and that you can join forces with. Is amax. That's the association for mature American citizens. And they are out there every single day. All around the country, championing, and pushing forward policies that will benefit everyday Americans. Looking out for this kind of waste that's going on. Take a look at a Mac, it's kind of like AARP, that's why I like to describe it just AARP, but with your values, values that I'm sure if you're listening to this podcast, you and I probably hold very, very dearly. So go to amac dot U.S. slash reunion. U.S. slash Regan and you can sign up or renew today, I really do encourage you to do it just 16 bucks a year and you're going to make all the money back. All kinds of all kinds of the giveaways and freebies and travel discounts and all that good stuff. But most importantly, you're joining forces with people that think like you and are worried about our country and our future. So amac dot U.S. slash Regan today. All right, now we're going to get to this horrible stuff. Queen England just died. She was an elderly woman. I'll tell you I got chills when I saw the photo of her with the new prime minister who, by the way, I think it's going to be fantastic, fantastic for the UK. A lot of really strong economic chops and believes in low taxes and has almost a kind of libertarian conservative view of things. Plus, she's not fully liberty, 'cause I think she's more hawkish than that. So I think she could be the next Margaret Thatcher, which is exactly what the country needs, but the queen, who was just days away from her death, God herself, up out of bed, got the makeup on the whole outfit, and did what she needed to do. For the sake of her country. I mean, talking about patriotism. For the sake of her country, perhaps in the sake of her family, and the monarchy, so she was committed, of course, everyone likes to pile on and hate the queen, hate England, and hate America. And that's just the world in which we live, but disturbing and upsetting when you see so many people that have benefited from the economic opportunities that they've gotten here in America out there slamming, slamming the culture that has afforded them this. Now, I want to be careful here. I'm in no way condoning what England did do. And a lot of people see England is responsible for the slave trade. I would point out that the slave trade was actually happening. Thousands of years before, and that really almost since the beginning of civilization. Unfortunately. And I'm talking civilization. I mean, not during the gathering and hunting days. But once we had civilization, that was an unfortunate reality, and it did exist in Africa and a pretty sophisticated way long before England ever showed up, which was, I believe, in the 1600s. Maybe it was a little bit earlier than that. Let me check my notes because I've got a little research on this for you that I would like to share. I believe it was sometime around 1663. You see, I was close. I was 1600. Anyway, it was done with royal approval, of course, so The Crown was behind this, and they engaged in it for about a 150 years, and you had a slave trade that was born. So I'm not saying that any of that is not absolutely horrible, but I do think it's important to look at things through today's lens. And had it not been for England, for example, and America, I mean, we might all be speaking German in all seriousness. I mean, you can't lose sight of the good stuff just because some bad stuff happened back in 1663. I should point out, as I mentioned, that there was a lot of slavery. Unfortunately, in Africa, far earlier than that, do you know the Ethiopia still had still had millions of people that were enslaved as late as the 1930s. In fact, they didn't abolish fully abolish it and make it illegal until 1942, and in northern Nigeria, in that case, again, had millions of people that were living there reportedly in this slavery up until 1936..
The Trish Regan Show
As the Queen Is Laid to Rest, Leftists Prove They Have No Shame
"Going to get to this horrible stuff. Queen England just died. She was an elderly woman. I'll tell you I got chills when I saw the photo of her with the new prime minister who, by the way, I think it's going to be fantastic, fantastic for the UK. A lot of really strong economic chops and believes in low taxes and has almost a kind of libertarian conservative view of things. Plus, she's not fully liberty, 'cause I think she's more hawkish than that. So I think she could be the next Margaret Thatcher, which is exactly what the country needs, but the queen, who was just days away from her death, God herself, up out of bed, got the makeup on the whole outfit, and did what she needed to do. For the sake of her country. I mean, talking about patriotism. For the sake of her country, perhaps in the sake of her family, and the monarchy, so she was committed, of course, everyone likes to pile on and hate the queen, hate England, and hate America. And that's just the world in which we live, but disturbing and upsetting when you see so many people that have benefited from the economic opportunities that they've gotten here in America out there slamming, slamming the culture that has afforded them this. Now, I want to be careful here. I'm in no way condoning what England did do. And a lot of people see England is responsible for the slave trade. I would point out that the slave trade was actually happening. Thousands of years before, and that really almost since the beginning of civilization. Unfortunately. And I'm talking civilization. I mean, not during the gathering and hunting days. But once we had civilization, that was an unfortunate reality, and it did exist in Africa and a pretty sophisticated way long before England ever showed up, which was, I believe, in the 1600s. Maybe it was a little bit earlier than that. Let me check my notes because I've got a little research on this for you that I would like to share. I believe it was sometime around 1663. You see, I was close. I was 1600. Anyway, it was done with royal approval, of course, so The Crown was behind this, and they engaged in it for about a 150 years, and you had a slave trade that was born. So I'm not saying that any of that is not absolutely horrible, but I do think it's important to look at things through today's lens.
The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"queen england" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"'cause we are in the spring or the summer once wrote a fall and winter. It'll move to standard time but at three. Pm eastern daylight time this sunday the championships of the europe's are taking place in the two teams. That'll be battling it out for supremacy over the continent of europe to hopefully get a chance to play against the concave champions. The united states of america. Oh yeah it'll be the boot. Italy taking on the motherland queen england on sunday jumpy. Big win yesterday. Congratulations terrible game. It was a boring game wasn't a lot of opportunities tough to watch. It did not end in regulation. But i'll tell you what that laser pointer rate in the eye. That goalie door nappy. Pk so harry kane combat it off his chest bounce back and bury one to put the brits up to one against an exhausted dane's squad only to pass the ball around for how long three and a half minutes three and a half minutes long without the danes. Touch mitt to run out the clock and beautiful. Four minute offense. Let's keep the bartlett's run. The ball stay. Inbounds get down. All right is what they were doing to drain that hundred ninety minute game yesterday that we sat through every single minute both live and on delay in the studio as a watch along dumpy. How are you feeling you're one game away from an actual championship coming back to the team in the country that you have paid taxes to your entire life up there in canada it might become at home dump. This is this is how it has to end. it has to be italy. Italy's had england's number forever and ever and.
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"queen england" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"From fired two Rogers to the next guy, because, you know, 15 years from now, if they've had 10 years of terrible quarterback play, you know it may not matter that they had one. Tomb or really good seasons, and that's I think that's what the way the general manager has to look at. And what? What about the Jordan? Love of all of this? Like, what if what is it? What? What is he now? Yeah, He's not ready, like way watched him in training camp. And understandably, you know, like with the off season Work, and he wasn't like Justin Herbert or Joe Burrow that he was getting first team reps. He was getting 13 rep. So of course, he's not gonna be ready and then you know what we saw during the season, which is about 15 minutes of practice every day of individual drills. You know, he's not. He's not ready. Like any won't be ready by September of this year, So but what could he be ready in another year? Yeah, maybe. The other option is, you know doesn't become a Jimmy Garoppolo situation. I mean, Brady was 37 when when the Patriots drafted Grapple Rogers 37. Now maybe you know, Rogers went out and show them that I could do this for 454 years and maybe they end up Trading. Jordan love at some point. I don't think they could do it now, but maybe they do it at some point, the final thought. I know I'm asking you to speculate which all reporters hate to do. But you know, Rogers as well as anyone I know. Could you see him being mad enough to do some sort of nuclear option like some sort of? I'm outta here and that's it situation. Could you see that happening? Yes. Yes, I could. I don't know that. It's you know better than 50 50, but I do. I think we can't discount that 100. Absolutely. I think that's very possible. Rob, you're awesome. Again. The pieces up on ESPN dot com right now, Rob Tomasky, our NFL nation reporter covering the Packers. Really? Well done. Thank you, Rob. I only have one question. My next stop. Is Fox Burrow New England. While Foxboro, Massachusetts, New Queen England Patriots territory. That's where you find Mike Reiss, who covers the patch for us on the Goodyear Hotline, and Mike Reiss. My question for you is How was this plan? Here's Brady back in the Super Bowl, I was. How are we feeling? How's everybody feeling in Foxboro today? It depends who you ask Greenie. Are you asking Bill Belichick? Are you asking Robert Kraft? You asking the fans? I would say I'll give you the quick rundown for the fans. Would say the majority happy for Tom Brady, but also asking the question. Hey, this window wasn't supposed to be closed this quick. Why can't we be doing this here? We could still have it be happening, but at the end of the day They say, 20 years He took us on a great ride. They're happy for Tom Brady For Robert Kraft..