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Fresh update on "raleigh" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Road rangers looking for a road win tonight It's game two and Raleigh after the hurricanes took the opener and over time Amazing to think Rory McIlroy hasn't won a major since the 2014 PGA McIlroy leads this year's PGA by one shot going to today's second round until I've covered Bloomberg radio today starting at four with the PGA tonight show at 11 John stash that one Bloomberg sports John All right John thanks very much Ahead of the cash open on Wall Street S&P futures of 44 the down futures of 288 but as that futures 181 points higher you're listening to Bloomberg Looking to JumpStart your career start with the city of Norfolk Virginia You'll earn competitive pay outstanding benefits and a $5000 sign on bonus Start your new career today at Norfolk dot gov slash coastal VA jobs Restrictions apply Burden LLP accountants and advisers presents industry chat with Jeff Kovacs partner and head of the technology and life sciences practice Early to mid stage technology companies often ask what is my company worth While valuing companies at these stages is often an art with little science valuations are crucial to negotiate with investors create equity plans.
Cole's OT goal lift Hurricanes past Rangers for Game 1 win
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Panarin lifts Rangers past Penguins 4-3 in OT in Game 7
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Bruins back home, beat Hurricanes 5-2 to force 7th game
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Pastor John Amanchukwu Shares His Story
"He has passed a John a Manchukuo. Welcome to America first one on one pastor John. Thank you so much Sebastian for having me. It was a delight to have you on my newsmax show just a couple of days ago. Now we have the luxury of a little bit more time here on America first, which you begin by sharing with those who are listing our 3 million listers plus all the people in the video feed, a little bit about your story, how you got to be where you are today. Just give us a little bio summary if you would. Well, I was born in Elizabeth city in North Carolina, moved to rallying up North Carolina at the age of 5, my mother packed up for children in a black and red thunderbolt Thunderbird with only a $100 to her name and we came and stayed in running with Carolina. We lived in a shelter for nearly a year. Progress through school here in Raleigh North Carolina went to North Carolina state university. I graduated from there and played football there, so go pack all of the NC state fans that is the only football team that matters. I got married in 2007, I have three children, a beautiful bride. I serve as a youth pastor at the upper room, church of God in Christ, and I've led a pro life group through love life at a local abortion community for the past four years.
How Russia's Attack on Ukraine Exposed Their Military Struggles
"Inability of Russia to command the air. We've grown so used to that watching in 91 with the invasion in Iraq and in 2001, the expedition to Afghanistan, 2003, the invasion of Iraq. We secured air control. What is happened here? Why haven't the Russians been able to do that and do they have it over eastern Ukraine right now as they begin their new offensive? They certainly have more control over spaces where they have control on the ground. And so yes, they have a higher degree of control in eastern Ukraine. The reason they have not established control across the entire country, I think, are threefold. One, it's a vast country. If you put a map of Ukraine on top of the northeastern United States, it runs from New York City to Chicago from Raleigh, North Carolina to the Toronto, north of Detroit. It's a huge land space and therefore a huge airspace. Second point, the Russian inability to conduct effective logistics that we saw and continue to see on the ground, no reason to believe they're much better at doing it with their air forces. So secondly, I'm going to bet on bad logistics bad maintenance. And then thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, again, the fighting spirit of the Ukrainians into welcoming hands we have placed an awful lot of capability so far kind of low level stingers up to ten, 12,000 feet, watch when those S 300s come online and if we give them additional combat aircraft are already flying their own testing, if we up our game there, don't look again for any change in the battlefield or in the air above it, Russia will continue to struggle there as well.
Hurricanes defeat Devils 6-3 in regular-season finale
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Power plays carry Hurricanes past Lightning 3-2
"The Carolina hurricanes scored two power play goals and got twenty seven season goalie Fredrik Andersen in route to a three two win over the Tampa Bay Lightning marketing they just opened the scoring in the second period with a power play goal for Carolina before newly acquired forward Nick Paul would tie the game at one for Tampa Bay Carolina would retake the lead after Tony deangelo point shot was redirected in front Sebastian I hope maybe three one for Caroline in the third temple will get a late goal by Alex killorn to cut the deficit in half but table could not find the equalizer DeAngelis said the power play was the key among those chances in last fifteen sixteen power plays is that one and so we have plenty of examples those needed when when they did thank those good I'm very fast Leschi made thirty eight saves for Tampa Bay Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina
Teravainen, Aho score in Hurricanes' fifth straight win
"TiVo teravainen had a goal and an assist while Frederick Anderson may twenty ninth season that to lead the Carolina hurricanes to a two one win over the visiting Edmonton Oilers less than a minute into the game it appeared admitted that taking a one nothing lead off a goal by Connor McDavid but the goal was overturned after review determined the plate was offside later in the first teravainen and Sebastian I hope would score to make it to nothing hurricanes Derek Ryan would cut the deficit in half in the second period for Edmonton but that's all the Oilers would muster offense of Lee Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina
How Is Al Sharpton Seriously Complaining About Crime?
"Al sharpton. Complaining about crime, some guy goes into a story, steals ten stakes. I guess he's not a vegan. In our sharp and commented on it. And now I'll sharpen is being criticized for criticizing crime. By the way, Al sharpton also criticized Donald Trump for misinformation. Because Donald Trump apparently tore up documents on January 6th. Misinformation, this is a guy who, as you know, made his bones by falsely accusing a man of raping to one of Raleigh and by the by. Unlike Jussie Smollett, he was not prosecuted. For a fake hate crime. Despite all of the hundreds of hours of manpower put into this investigation by the NYPD. Is it too late? Has the statute of limitations run out?
Aho's 2nd goal in OT lifts Hurricanes over Golden Knights
"Sebastian Sebastian Sebastian Sebastian aho aho aho aho second second second second goal goal goal goal of of of of the the the the game game game game at at at at three three three three forty forty forty forty nine nine nine nine of of of of overtime overtime overtime overtime gave gave gave gave the the the the Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes a a a a four four four four three three three three win win win win over over over over the the the the Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas golden golden golden golden knights knights knights knights after after after after all all all all whose whose whose whose power power power power play play play play goal goal goal goal at at at at eight eight eight eight thirty thirty thirty thirty two two two two of of of of the the the the third third third third period period period period gave gave gave gave Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina a a a a three three three three one one one one lead lead lead lead back back back back to to to to back back back back goals goals goals goals by by by by Brett Brett Brett Brett Howden Howden Howden Howden Nicolas Nicolas Nicolas Nicolas Hague Hague Hague Hague Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas not not not not of of of of the the the the score score score score with with with with two two two two thirty thirty thirty thirty to to to to play play play play in in in in regulation regulation regulation regulation to to to to force force force force overtime overtime overtime overtime our our our our host host host host said said said said the the the the team's team's team's team's approach approach approach approach did did did did not not not not change change change change despite despite despite despite giving giving giving giving up up up up a a a a two two two two goal goal goal goal lead lead lead lead obviously obviously obviously obviously you you you you don't don't don't don't wanna wanna wanna wanna lose lose lose lose jingling jingling jingling in in in third third third but but but really really really didn't didn't didn't change change change our our our the the the way way way we we we played played played I I I mean mean mean just just just that that that we we we get get get right right right back back back at at at it it it Andrei Andrei Andrei Svechnikov Svechnikov Svechnikov finished finished finished with with with two two two assists assists assists for for for Carolina Carolina Carolina while while while goalie goalie goalie Fredrik Fredrik Fredrik Andersen Andersen Andersen made made made twenty twenty twenty six six six saves saves saves in in in net net net for for for the the the win win win Dennis Dennis Dennis **** **** **** Raleigh Raleigh Raleigh North North North Carolina Carolina Carolina
The Latest: Alexander Zverev into 3rd round in Australia
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Snow, ice blast through South with powerful winter storm
"Roads roads are are still still slick slick and and power power is is out out for for thousands thousands after after a a deadly deadly winter winter storm storm swept swept through through parts parts of of the the US US parts parts of of the the southeast southeast were were glazed glazed over over snow snow ice ice and and high high winds winds toppled toppled down down tree tree limbs limbs and and power power lines lines Georgia Georgia North North Carolina Carolina South South Carolina Carolina even even Florida Florida were were hard hard hit hit North North Carolina Carolina governor governor Roy Roy Cooper Cooper yesterday yesterday as as much much as as eight eight to to twelve twelve inches inches of of snow snow has has fallen fallen in in some some counties counties and and significant significant icing icing is is causing causing trouble trouble in in the the central central part part of of the the state state more more than than twelve twelve hundred hundred flights flights were were canceled canceled at at Charlotte Charlotte Douglas Douglas International International Airport Airport police police reported reported hundreds hundreds of of weather weather related related collisions collisions across across the the southeast southeast including including a a fatal fatal crash crash in in Raleigh Raleigh North North Carolina Carolina no no icing icing in in Florida Florida but but the the National National Weather Weather Service Service confirms confirms a a tornado tornado with with winds winds at at one one hundred hundred eighteen eighteen miles miles an an hour hour struck struck in in the the fort fort Myers Myers area area damaging damaging dozens dozens of of homes homes hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Snow, ice blasts through South with powerful winter storm
"A a deadly deadly winter winter storm storm combining combining high high winds winds ice ice snow snow and and rain rain is is sweeping sweeping through through the the country country from from Tennessee Tennessee to to the the Carolinas Carolinas to to Massachusetts Massachusetts tens tens of of thousands thousands of of customers customers were were without without power power in in Georgia Georgia the the Carolinas Carolinas and and Florida Florida where where tornado tornado ripped ripped through through a a trailer trailer park park in in north north Carolina Carolina up up to to at at least least a a foot foot of of snow snow had had fallen fallen by by late late afternoon afternoon highway highway patrols patrols were were reporting reporting hundreds hundreds of of accidents accidents and and at at least least two two deaths deaths when when a a car car drove drove off off the the road road into into trees trees near near Raleigh Raleigh flight flight aware aware list list twenty twenty eight eight hundred hundred cancelled cancelled US US flights flights as as of of late late Sunday Sunday afternoon afternoon National National Weather Weather Service Service meteorologist meteorologist Frank Frank Pereira Pereira says says this this is is been been a a storm storm that that has has impacted impacted a a large large portion portion of of the the U. U. S. S. energy energy initiated initiated over over portions portions of of the the northern northern plains plains upper upper Midwest Midwest and and then then dropped dropped all all the the way way to to the the south south is is now now impacting impacting portions portions of of the the US US lower lower Mississippi Mississippi valley valley into into the the mid mid south south and and then then and and now now portions portions of of the the southeastern southeastern southern southern mid mid Atlantic Atlantic and and then then of of course course the the odds odds we we go go forward forward is is going going to to continue continue to to impact impact portions portions of of the the mid mid Atlantic Atlantic and and northeast northeast I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
Chinakhov, Merzlikins lead Blue Jackets past Hurricanes 6-0
"Elvis Elvis Murs Murs Lincoln Lincoln stopped stopped all all thirty thirty one one shots shots he he faced faced as as the the Columbus Columbus blue blue jackets jackets skated skated past past the the Carolina Carolina hurricanes hurricanes six six to to nothing nothing twelve twelve players players registered registered points points for for Columbus Columbus including including a a multi multi goal goal game game from from your your gorge gorge in in a a cough cough leading leading to to nothing nothing in in the the third third period period Columbus Columbus got got goals goals from from Patrick Patrick line line a a kickoff kickoff Bankole Bankole cylinder cylinder in in a a span span of of one one minute minute and and seven seven seconds seconds to to break break the the game game open open the the six six goals goals were were the the most most allowed allowed by by Carolina Carolina this this season season it it was was the the first first time time all all year year the the hurricanes hurricanes have have been been shut shut out out Dennis Dennis **** **** Raleigh Raleigh North North Carolina Carolina
Raanta, Teravainen help Hurricanes beat Canadiens in return
"The the Carolina Carolina hurricanes hurricanes scored scored three three power power play play goals goals and and added added one one shorthanded shorthanded in in route route to to a a four four nothing nothing win win over over the the visiting visiting Montreal Montreal Canadiens Canadiens and and you you don't don't need need to to run run a a power power play play goal goal and and a a table table teravainen teravainen shorthanded shorthanded tally tally less less than than two two and and a a half half minutes minutes apart apart in in the the first first period period opened opened the the scoring scoring for for the the hurricanes hurricanes teravainen teravainen wood wood added added power power play play markers markers in in the the second second before before a a seven seven Jarvis Jarvis power power play play goal goal in in the the third third period period would would cap cap off off the the scoring scoring teravainen teravainen said said special special teams teams was was the the key key to to the the win win our our play play as as goals goals from from the the penalty penalty goes goes really really good good there's there's a a lot lot of of penalties penalties both both ways ways so so that's that's usually usually when when you you do do the the do do good good don don lost lost you you in in the the game's game's anti anti Raza Raza made made twenty twenty six six saves saves for for Carolina Carolina forced forced fourteenth fourteenth career career shutout shutout Dennis Dennis **** **** Raleigh Raleigh North North Carolina Carolina
Todd and Caller Rocko Discuss Fabricated Hate Crimes
"Let's go to the phones Rocco and Georgia, a W DU N are affiliate there and a Rocco wants to weigh in on this juicy smooth lay story. Hey Rocco, what's up? Hey John, how are you? I'm well, thank you, sir. Now that juicy has joined the tawana Raleigh hall of shame. Where is when are we going to go after Bubba Wallace? Because he perpetrated same sort of hopes in 15 FBI agents were dispatched to Talladega motor speedway. How much money did that hoax cost? You know, that's a great question. And Rocco, I remember, and again, our listeners may not, especially millennial analog. I don't know what they're doing. I don't know what they're teaching the kids in school. Hey grace, grace, turn your micron. Yes. You know who to want a broly is grace? All right. You see what I mean Rocco? I know. So ladies and gentlemen, a tawana brawley is the young lady, 15 years old, she alleged that four white men kidnapped her and raped her in New York City. Al sharpton is camel really onto the national scene as a result of all of this. And it turned out she made it all up. All of it was completely untrue and she ruined an Al sharpton ruined people's lives and this caused riots it caused chaos in New York City and it was all fake. And Todd, when they Googled her, they'll be a black guy standing next to a Raleigh you probably won't recognize him. He'll be wearing a jogging suit and he'll spot twice the size of Al sharpton. That's the fat Al sharp. Bad out. Yeah, that's fat Al sharpen. Yeah, you're right. To want to probably probably help pay for his weight loss surgery. Well, it may be. That was a lot of money. But to your point Rocco, we have these cases and it's not they're not just random events. But these are fake hate crimes and the media covers this because in their hearts they still believe that we're some sort of I don't know a pre Civil War country.
Andersen stops former team, streaking Hurricanes beat Leafs
"The Carolina hurricanes use a dominant second period in route to a four one win over the Toronto Maple Leafs going five in to start the season Toronto took the lead in the first period on an awesome Matthews wraparound goal the two hundred goal of his career in the second Sebastian aho Stephen the rents and Nino Niederreiter all scored to put Carolina up three to one before Andrei Svechnikov would add an empty netter in the third Lorenzo book about the team being bought in it's very hard to win in this league and I'm very fortunate that that I've been you know put into our system puzzle piece into the alternate you know the the big puzzle of being a championship team a contender year in year out Frederick Anderson made twenty four saves in net for the hurricane to get his former team Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina
Svechnikov, Hurricanes beat Islanders 6-3 to open season
"The Carolina hurricanes scored four of the last five goals of the game opening their season with a six to three win over the visiting New York Islanders with the score knotted at two Jordan Martinook and Nino Niederreiter scored back to back goals in the second period to give the kids a forty to lead at eleven twenty eight of the period honors leave a cut the deficit in half of the put back goal at fourteen twenty of the second Carolina would score twice in the third to close out the scoring table teravainen said it was good to see the power play get a goal create a lot of good chance aside just in bounds and it's good to have one at the end there is a big call Honda yeah we just gotta do the right thing sun I'm pretty sure the bungalow and Andrei Svechnikov led all players with three points with two goals and an assist Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina
"raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Start up again. Plus spain had insisted that if raleigh did cause any trouble to subjects that he would be sent to madrid for trial. Brawley was released from the tower on march nineteenth of sixteen sixteen at the age of about sixty two but this voyage went terribly. Rollie was on board as a civilian and his friend lawrence chemo's who you'll also see spelled kimes with no. It was the one in charge. I like how just not leaving. The i and there is a running theme in names. Kiemes attacked the spanish. Colonial town of santo may killing. Its governor which was literally the thing they were not supposed to do the younger walter. Raleigh was also with them on this expedition and he was killed in the battle. also they didn't find the gold mine that had inspired them to go on this expedition in the first place rally berated kema so incessantly about the death of his son and the failure to find a mine that he took his own life. Rally a massive apology for this whole incident on the way home and once he got there. He tried to use illness to by himself. Some more time but spain demanded retribution. For what had happened on this foliage and ultimately raleigh's death sentence from the main plot back in sixteen three was reinstated. He was taken to the scaffold outside the palace of westminster on october. Twenty ninth sixteen eighteen. He gave a speech before being executed which was typical but he didn't admit any guilt or ask for the king's forgiveness which was not typical instead according to newsletter writer john pori. The speech began quote. I give god thanks. I am come to die in the light and not in the darkness and then he went on to justify what he had done and forgive his accusers but also to deny his own guilt for a total of about forty five minutes. It went on to be a very dramatic and theatrical execution. Raleigh refuse to warm himself by the fire. That was there specifically for that purpose. Reportedly he also asked to see the executioners acts and then after looking at it he said. This is a sharp medicine but it is a physician for all diseases and miseries. He comforted the executioner before placing his head on the stand and then when the executioner didn't immediately begin the whole beheading process. Raleigh said something along the lines of strike. Man's strike took to blows to decapitate him. A bystander reportedly said quote. We have not such another head to be cut off again in the words of john. Pourri quote every man that saucer sir. Walter raleigh die said it was impossible for any man to show more decorum courage or piety and that his death will do more hurt to the faction that sought it than ever his life could have done rallies body minus the head was buried at the church of st margaret's westminster. His head was placed in a red leather bag and given to his widow bests reportedly kept it for the rest of her life which was twenty nine more years often. This head is described as having been in bombed and there are reports that she might have kept in a glass case and not in a bag. There's like this is one of those stories. Where i kinda go for real. Seems a little fishy to me. And maybe apocryphal. But their son carroo took possession of this head reportedly after his mother's death and then had it buried with him when he died in sixteen sixty six. At least that is one possibility for the location of sir walter rallies saint. Mary's in west horsley has also said it. Is the resting place of sir walter rallies head because kerry had it buried there when his own sons died during a plague so it is unclear but there are multiple sources. Say his head save separate from his body and got carried around for a couple of decades I'm i'm a little lost in thought over one would do with the head of your beloved Like do you look at it. You just leave it in the bag and pretend it's not there but no it's they're like i know there's a lot of debts there's a lot of debunking about various things about sir walter rallies life but this head. I did not find any debunking today. sir walter. Raleigh is one of the ghosts purportedly haunting the tower of london. He also reportedly haunts beddington in south london where he owned land and where his wife had requested to be buried. After the execution there were also rumors that he was actually buried there in secret during his life rally had not been particularly beloved by the public at large but his execution as indicated by some of the quotes we read earlier really earned him a lot of sympathy so much sympathy. That the crown commissioned its own right up of execution which made him sound arrogant and combative instead of gallant and poetic. This didn't really work out. Though and public opinion grew that walter rally had been unfairly sacrificed to appease spain and that england had lost a worthy gentleman by executing him. His popularity really grew after his death partly because he was so emblematic of this idea of a renaissance man and an elizabethan night he was handsome and valiant and chivalrous and he was a writer and a statesman in addition to being an explorer so he kind of had this whole very romanticized package. Especially if you overlook some of the other parts of his life like the massacre that he helped orchestrate and all that brawling still back on brawley raleigh Which brings us to that cloak story. It is probably apocryphal. But it has really stuck around. And it's often repeated as fact i know i heard it like as part of a lesson in elementary school. Oh yeah on how to remember who he was. I found it in very reputable websites as like a real thing that happened. Yeah and being part of that is because based on raleigh's personality in everything we've talked about today you can think yet but he would probably be the type of guy who would do something kind of not just chivalrous but also a little show that way like that's kind of a showboat. He moved to be like no walk on my beautiful clothes. And this cloak story the earliest record of it. We have is from history of the worthies of england written by thomas fuller in sixteen sixty two since. It's such an iconic story. It seemed like a good way to end. today's show. So here is how. Thomas fuller recounts it quote this captain. Raleigh coming out of ireland to the english court in good habit. His clothes being then. A considerable part of his estate found the queen walking till meeting with a plachy place. She seemed to scruple going there on presently. Raleigh cast and spread his new plush cloak on the ground where i'm the queen trod gently rewarding him afterwards with many suits for his so free and seasonable tender of so fair afoot cloth that's an advantageous admission into the first notice of a france as more than half a degree to perform it.
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"Quickly efficiently decisively. Seriously tutor. england's treatment of irish rebels could be extremely brutal and the first desmond rebellion sir. Humphrey gilbert was known to decapitate civilians who supported the rebels and then display their heads. On pikes along the path to his tent to companies totalling. About one hundred eighty men were tasked with killing the enemy soldiers at smirk. Walter raleigh was one of the two captains in charge. The english army massacred about six hundred people after this siege about one hundred of them were women and children rally was also one of the english officers granted lands in ireland. After the end of the second desmond rebellion. His allotment was actually the largest of any of the ones that were granted out of the munster lands that were claimed after all of this was over he also helped govern the province of munster after this and when he went back to london he positioned himself as an expert in irish affairs which might have been part of what got him into such close confidence with queen elizabeth. And we're going to talk about that a little bit more after we. I pause for a little sponsor break. This episode is brought to you by aspiration. look. I know that. When i'm reading. News of all of the issues. Impacting our environment. I often come away from that feeling a little bit helpless so when i find a company that provides a service i need and helps the environment. I automatically want to do business with them. Aspiration is an environmentally friendly. debit card. Aspiration is not a bank. It's a game changer. Unlike big banks aspiration. We'll never use your money to fund fossil fuels aspiration. You can choose to plant a tree with every purchase using your spare change. You can get paid up to two days early and you can get up to ten percent. Cashback at environmentally friendly partners access up to twenty times the interest of a traditional bank savings account and pay zero fees over fifty five thousand. Atm's for a limited time. Aspiration is offering our listeners. Up to two hundred dollars when you open an account aspiration dot com and spend one thousand dollars in the first sixty days. Learn details when you sign up for a better world at aspiration dot com aspiration financial. Llc members sipc. This episode is brought to you by aspiration. Look i know that. When i'm reading news of all of the issues. Impacting our environment. I often come away from that feeling a little bit helpless so when i find a company that provides service i need and helps the environment. I automatically want to do business with them. Aspiration is an environmentally friendly. debit card. Aspiration is not a bank. It's a game changer. Unlike big banks aspiration. We'll never use your money to fund fossil fuels with aspiration. You can choose to plant a tree with every purchase using your spare change. You can get paid up two days early and you can get up to ten percent. Cashback environmentally friendly partners access up to twenty times the interest of a traditional bank savings account and pay zero fees over fifty five thousand. Atm's for a limited time. Aspiration is offering our listeners to two hundred dollars when you open an account at aspiration dot com and spend one thousand dollars in the first sixty days learn details when you sign up for a better world at aspiration dot com aspiration financial llc members sipc. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accepted. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. Luckily there's forward a new approach to primary care that surprisingly personal and refreshingly straightforward forward never makes you feel like just another patient backed by top rated doctors and the latest tech forward gives you access to personalized care whenever you need it. Using in-depth genetic analysis and real time bloodwork forwards top rated doctors provide you with in-depth insights to better understand your genetics mental and physical health. They then create custom easy to understand plans to help guide you to achieving long-term health with forward you get unlimited in person visits with your doctor and access to care anytime via the forward app offer. One flat monthly fee. It's time to stop accepting backwards. Healthcare and start moving. Your health forward visit go forward dot com today to learn more. That's go forward dot com like we said at the top of the show. The rallied family wasn't all that providence. But they did have some pretty high up. Connections one of these connections was catherine ashley. Walters aunt on his mother's side and she had been queen. Elizabeth governess back when she was still a princess. Starting before walter was born after. Elizabeth became queen. Ashley became the chief gentlewoman of the privy chamber. And then the chief gentleman of the bedchamber and it might have been catherine athlete. He introduced walter. Raleigh to queen. Elizabeth the introduction may also have been a byproduct of rallies military service after the massacre at smer wick rally and his men search through the bodies of the soldiers and collected letters and other documents to deliver to london. Raleigh was the one who carried them there which he did in december fifteen eighty regardless of exactly. How rally made his first connection to queen elizabeth. He quickly became a favorite. He was very tall and handsome flamboyant and quite the flatter soon. Elizabeth just didn't want him to leave her side and fifteen eighty two sir. Humphrey gilbert put together a scheme to resettle english. Catholics in north america rally invested. Some money in it but the queen forbade him from personally going on the voyage. She sent him on a mission to the low countries later that year. She told him to write to her every day. Through the fifteen eighty s rally continued to get more and more recognition and favors from the queen. He was knighted on february. Six fifteen eighty five. He was also made warden of the stanleys or coal mining districts indefinite cornwall. He was also named lord. Lieutenant of cornwall and vice. Admiral of the west on top of all that. The queen granted rally multiple estates in england and ireland including durham place on the strand. Which is one of her favourite residences. She also gave him a monopoly on the sale of wine. Licenses and on the export of broadcloth at a lot of this was very lucrative. I mean fabric and wine. And he's got this thing covered In the middle of all of this in september fifteen eighty three sir humphrey gilbert drowned in a shipwreck. He had recently claimed newfoundland for england and he had a royal charter to try to colonize it after his death. Raleigh was granted a charter. To explore and colonize north america. He was given quote free liberty and license from time to time and at all times for ever hereafter to discover search. Find out n. Views such remote heathen and barbarous lands countries and territories not actually possessed of any christian prince nor inhabited by christian people. This was england's first meaningful attempt to establish a colony in north america. Half brother had been kind of dabbling at this idea of colonizing newfoundland and they're of course been lots of voyages back and forth between europe and north america but in terms of england attempting to establish a colony. This is the first serious effort so rally. I mounted a reconnaissance expedition in fifteen eighty four and that landed on the outer banks. What's now north carolina. This reconnaissance expedition returned with at least two indigenous men known as mansio and want cheese. They stayed at one of raleigh's residences when they arrived in england. Mansio and wants. These were two of the first indigenous americans to be brought to england and they each obviously have their own stories. Outside the scope of walter raleigh's both of them returned to north america with rallies next voyage in fifteen eighty. Five the fifteenth eighty-five voyage was intended to establish a colony. But this colony failed. The indigenous peoples in the area were divided in their opinions of the colonists and this was also true of mantilla would want cheese manlio stayed with the colony to work as an interpreter and guide but once he's left warned his people that the english should not be trusted aside from this division and their relationships with the indigenous people in the area. The colony was also struck by illness and lack of planning and supplies windsor francis. Drake coincidentally pass through the area on his way back from the caribbean. Most of the colonists took the opportunity to go back to england with him. Manziel returned to england with sir. Francis also rally planned one more expedition to north america and manto traveled on that expedition. These colonists arrived in august fifteen eighty seven and became the famous lost colony of roanoke. The colony's governor. John white was sent back to england for more supplies but england was at war with spain by the time that he got there and when white finally got back to north america in fifteen ninety the colony was gone with the word kroto in carved into a post as the only evidence that anyone had ever been there archaeologist tried to work out. Exactly what happened in this comes up from time to time on earth. It's one of every history buffs favorite mysteries Partly to bring tourists see and outdoor drama and to launch an entire tv series so these expeditions are y walter rally is often incorrectly credited with introducing potatoes and tobacco to england and ireland specifically or to europe in general but Number one. he didn't go on any these personally. The queen did not want him to go but potatoes were introduced to spain more than a decade before these voyages took place and ireland also established trade with spain before rallies voyages. So it's entirely possible that there were potatoes in ireland. Before ships from raleigh's expeditions there with potatoes on board and there were definitely potatoes elsewhere in europe for sure way before any of this happened. Tobacco was also introduced to europe long before raleigh's voyages and had been grown in england for more than ten years before his first ships left for north america. Rally probably did help popularize. Its use in england though. So i like i said earlier walter. Raleigh didn't go on any of these actual voyages and even though they weren't particularly successful his position continued to rise at court while he stayed behind and fifteen. Eighty six or fifteen eighty-seven rally was made. Captain of the queen's personal guard the anglo spanish war started just before that happened in fifteen eighty five and rally served on the war council. He also helped organize the devon militia to fight against the spanish armada in fifteen eighty eight. He also commissioned a ship called the ark rally he gave to the queen who renamed the ark royal and made it. The flagship of the british table fleet throughout all of this rally was making friends and enemies at and outside of court. He was friends with poet edmund spenser and introduced him to queen elizabeth. Spencer was later named poet laureate and he wrote the fairy queen. One of the great epic poems in english in part as an allegory about queen elizabeth. The first and the tutors rally also wrote a couple of commendatore. Sonnets for the fairy queen and he makes a number of appearances in spencer's work and as a side note. Spencer also served england during the desmond. Rebellion as lord. Grey's secretary if you had to read the fairy queen just hypothetically when you were studying literature in college and you didn't find it particularly enjoyable experience to just blame walter. Raleigh having made all that possible. And i do so on the other end of the spectrum was robert devereux earl of essex. He was sometimes rallies friend and sometimes really his adversary and always his rival. For the queen's attention the disputes that rally started having with essex almost led them to a duel and then there was the relationship that caused rally to fall out of the queen's favour almost for good. He started a relationship with elizabeth throckmorton known as best one of the queen's maids of honour. She wasn't supposed to marry without the queen's approval but when she became pregnant with raleigh's child they got married in secret and bess left the court to give birth best delivered. A son named dame marie. We're not sure that pronunciation on march. Twenty ninth fifteen ninety two and this was during the better part of rallies relationship with the earl of essex who was the baby's godfather best came back to court in april and she and walser both tried to keep their marriage and baby secret from the queen. Of course that idea was doomed to failure. Walter and best apologized the queen after she found out that they were secretly married and had a secret baby but neither of them seemed sincere about their apology. And not just made things worse so queen. Elizabeth had been imprisoned in separate quarters in the tower of london. Walter was released from the tower. After one of his ships returned to port with a massive portuguese ship into the madras deals there were concerned that rallies crew was going to mutiny so he was released to go down to the docks and try to keep everything in order and once. The queen took most of the treasurer. She finally released both walter and best from the tower although she banished walter from court and stripped him of all his estates and privileges the rallies went back to his home of devonshire and sadly dame rally died while still a baby while banished from court. Walter rally spent some time hanging out with some of the most notable literary figures of the time including william shakespeare and ben jonson although he was banned from court until fifteen ninety seven. Rally figured out a way he might win back the queen's good graces in fifteen ninety five and we're gonna get to that after we take another little pause for sponsor break thousands of women with metastatic breast cancer or nbc which is breast cancer that has spread to other parts of the body and living in the moment and taking i- brands. Pablo cyclists. I brand one hundred and twenty five milligram. Tablets within a rumor tastes. Inhibitor is for postmenopausal women offer men with hr positive her two negative nbc as the first hormonal based therapy. Being your moment. Ask your doctor about i- brands and visit i. Branch com brands may cause low white. Blood cell counts. That may lead to serious infections. I may severe inflammation of the lungs. Both of these can lead to death. 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"raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Wick and queen. Elizabeth had sent english troops to put down this rebellion including dealing with these troops when the spanish and italian forces stood down. Lord arthur gray the lord deputy of ireland ordered for all of them to be massacred. This was one hundred percent. How england dealt with rebels at the time had england been at war with spain or italy. The soldiers would have been offered some protection under the rules of war but they weren't in the crowns viewed. They were helping royal subjects rebel against their mark so they needed to be dealt with quickly efficiently decisively. Seriously tutor. england's treatment of irish rebels could be extremely brutal and the first desmond rebellion sir. Humphrey gilbert was known to decapitate civilians who supported the rebels and then display their heads. On pikes along the path to his tent to companies totalling. About one hundred eighty men were tasked with killing the enemy soldiers at smirk. Walter raleigh was one of the two captains in charge. The english army massacred about six hundred people after this siege about one hundred of them were women and children rally was also one of the english officers granted lands in ireland. After the end of the second desmond rebellion. His allotment was actually the largest of any of the ones that were granted out of the munster lands that were claimed after all of this was over he also helped govern the province of munster after this and when he went back to london he positioned himself as an expert in irish affairs which might have been part of what got him into such close confidence with queen elizabeth. And we're going to talk about that a little bit more after we. I pause for a little sponsor break. This episode is brought to you by aspiration. look. I know that. When i'm reading. News of all of the issues. Impacting our environment. I often come away from that feeling a little bit helpless so when i find a company that provides a service i need and helps the environment. I automatically want to do business with them. Aspiration is an environmentally friendly. debit card. Aspiration is not a bank. It's a game changer. Unlike big banks aspiration. We'll never use your money to fund fossil fuels aspiration. You can choose to plant a tree with every purchase using your spare change. You can get paid up to two days early and you can get up to ten percent. Cashback at environmentally friendly partners access up to twenty times the interest of a traditional bank savings account and pay zero fees over fifty five thousand. Atm's for a limited time. Aspiration is offering our listeners. Up to two hundred dollars when you open an account aspiration dot com and spend one thousand dollars in the first sixty days. Learn details when you sign up for a better world at aspiration dot com aspiration financial. Llc members sipc. This episode is brought to you by aspiration. Look i know that. When i'm reading news of all of the issues. Impacting our environment. I often come away from that feeling a little bit helpless so when i find a company that provides service i need and helps the environment. I automatically want to do business with them. Aspiration is an environmentally friendly. debit card. Aspiration is not a bank. It's a game changer. Unlike big banks aspiration. We'll never use your money to fund fossil fuels with aspiration. You can choose to plant a tree with every purchase using your spare change. You can get paid up two days early and you can get up to ten percent. Cashback environmentally friendly partners access up to twenty times the interest of a traditional bank savings account and pay zero fees over fifty five thousand. Atm's for a limited time. Aspiration is offering our listeners to two hundred dollars when you open an account at aspiration dot com and spend one thousand dollars in the first sixty days learn details when you sign up for a better world at aspiration dot com aspiration financial llc members sipc. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accepted. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. Luckily there's forward a new approach to primary care that surprisingly personal and refreshingly straightforward forward never makes you feel like just another patient backed by top rated doctors and the latest tech forward gives you access to personalized care whenever you need it. Using in-depth genetic analysis and real time bloodwork forwards top rated doctors provide you with in-depth insights to better understand your genetics mental and physical health. They then create custom easy to understand plans to help guide you to achieving long-term health with forward you get unlimited in person visits with your doctor and access to care anytime via the forward app offer. One flat monthly fee. It's time to stop accepting backwards. Healthcare and start moving. Your health forward visit go forward dot com today to learn more. That's go forward dot com like we said at the top of the show. The rallied family wasn't all that providence. But they did have some pretty high up. Connections one of these connections was catherine ashley. Walters aunt on his mother's side and she had been queen. Elizabeth governess back when she was still a princess. Starting before walter was born after. Elizabeth became queen. Ashley became the chief gentlewoman of the privy chamber. And then the chief gentleman of the bedchamber and it might have been catherine athlete. He introduced walter. Raleigh to queen. Elizabeth the introduction may also have been a byproduct of rallies military service after the massacre at smer wick rally and his men search through the bodies of the soldiers and collected letters and other documents to deliver to london. Raleigh was the one who carried them there which he did in december fifteen eighty regardless of exactly. How rally made his first connection to queen elizabeth. He quickly became a favorite. He was very tall and handsome flamboyant and quite the flatter soon. Elizabeth just didn't want him to leave her side and fifteen eighty two sir. Humphrey gilbert put together a scheme to resettle english. Catholics in north america rally invested. Some money in it but the queen forbade him from personally going on the voyage. She sent him on a mission to the low countries later that year. She told him to write to her every day. Through the fifteen eighty s rally continued to get more and more recognition and favors from the queen. He was knighted on february. Six fifteen eighty five. He was also made warden of the stanleys or coal mining districts indefinite cornwall. He was also named lord. Lieutenant of cornwall and vice. Admiral of the west on top of all that. The queen granted rally multiple estates in england and ireland including durham place on the strand. Which is one of her favourite residences. She also gave him a monopoly on the sale of wine. Licenses and on the export of broadcloth at a lot of this.
"raleigh" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Replayed are episode on thomas. Harriet because he been mentioned and our new episode on evangelista torricelli someone that came up a few times that classic episode was sir. Walter raleigh yup. Yeah over the weekend. I was doing dishes. Like why do i keep thinking about best throckmorton secret baby. Oh yeah it was. Because i had re listened to thomas episode for classics. Yeah so for anyone who wants to fill in the gaps on all of the voyages those secret marriages the imprisonment and the beheadings. They were only briefly mentioned in the thomas. harriet episode. Here is our episode. On the beheading of sir walter raleigh which originally came out october twenty fourth two thousand eighteen so enjoy. Welcome to stuff. You missed in history class. A production of iheartradio. Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy i'm holly fry ask folks. Probably no. i grew up in north carolina and its capital. Raleigh is named after sir walter. Raleigh and aside from that back here are the things i could have told you about sir walter. Raleigh before researching. Today's podcast number one. He wrote some poems. I probably could not name any of them. There's actually a reason for that. He on purpose didn't publish most of them during his lifetime. He tried to keep his name out of it but anyway i knew he wrote some poems. Couldn't really say which ones number two he was. Queen elizabeth the first favorites. And this one time. He put a cloak down over a puddle so she wouldn't get her feet wet. That's probably not even true and it never made sense to me as a child because i was like closer not waterproof. She's gonna step on that and her feet are still going to get wet and his cloak is ruined. So i'm going to get a little nerdy with you right now. Oh yeah because a lot of times the textile weaves at that time we're really tight compared to what we have today so for. At least a moment it would have prevented water from seeping through. Awesome would not have been waterproof. No but for as long as it took her delicate little feet to cross over the offending puddle. She probably would have been covered. Thank you for the question. I've had since i was like maybe five so but anyway. That's probably not even sure we're going to get to that later. And number three is sort of a like blah blah something roanoke colony just had a very vague understanding of sir walter raleigh even though i grew up in a place whose capital is named after him. Among other things sir walter. Raleigh was a cordier an explorer and a historian and a member of parliament's which are not going to even get into that part today really at all also a soldier. He was part of england's defense against the spanish armada as well as the tudor conquest of ireland. Some of which was truly horrifying very conveniently since this episode is coming out in october. According to some people he's a ghost now and we are also coming up on the four hundred anniversary of his beheading. Which is why. He's making an appearance on the show today. He's a scary headless. Ghosts is walter. Raleigh was born about fifteen fifty four in devonshire england. Some sources put that day as january. Twenty second but the year remains a little murky. His parents were walter and catherine raleigh and the younger walter was the third of their surviving. Children he also had half siblings from his parents previous marriages. Walter was the youngest boy of all of these siblings and half siblings. Their family was part of the protestant gentry and they were particularly well off or prominent they had been in devonshire for a very long time and they had a lot of connections to people who were more well off and more well known. We don't know much at all about walter's childhood or use but he eventually went to oriole college oxford. He didn't finish his studies though in fifteen sixty nine. He went to france with the devon volunteers to fight on the side of the huguenots in the french wars of religion. He served for about five years seeing two major battles and surviving the saint bartholomew day massacre in fifteen seventy two in fifteen seventy six rally was back in london and he was enrolled at the middle temple which was one of the four ends of court. But it doesn't seem like he was really studying law while he was there which would have been a normal thing to be doing at the middle temple. He was more trading it. Kind of like a gentlemen's club. Even though he never seems to have finished a course of study at oxford or at the middle temple he would go on to really develop a reputation for being very highly educated. Maybe he was just gonna pr. I'm super smart. You guys have studied a bunch. You'll get a drink Rally published his first poem in the fifteen seventy s as well. It was printed in the preface to the steel glass by george gascoyne and the poem appears under the heading walter. Raleigh of the middle temple in combination of the steel glass with rally spelled r. a. w. l. e. y. This is one of no joke. Seventy different spellings of walter raleigh's name in the historical record and as a side note the common spelling of our l. e. I g. h. Is not one that he used himself. He never signed his name with an eye in it. Rally is also pronounced slightly differently. Depending on where you're from. I will tell you. I struggle with it because we have a cat named raleigh that way all the time even though he is in fact named after imaginaire rolly crump but saying it really just doesn't feel right with the cat. I don't know why well and an odd thing that i discovered even though a lot of search technologies are good at interpreting your different spellings to give you results. That are what you're looking for there. Are meaningfully different responses for walter. Raleigh spelled r. a. l. e. g. h. and walter rally spelled l. e. g. h. With no i on it. Which meant that. I got review all of my searching partway through this process. Why didn't i find this paper before. Because i had an eye in it in fifteen seventy eight rally and his half brother sir humphrey. Gilbert went on an expedition possibly to try to find the northwest passage but this expedition was largely a failure. Storms forced their little fleet of ships back to plymouth almost immediately after they left and then they turn to. What multiple writers describe as unauthorized privateer. Eating against spanish ships natural who decided to call it. Unauthorized private tearing. That's just piracy. This unauthorized private tearing brought them a lot of casualties and very little reward. So they're reception wasn't particularly favourable when they got back to england plus rally who already had a reputation for being stubborn and hotheaded kept getting in trouble for disturbing the peace and dueling. He wound up spending time in both fleet. And.
"raleigh" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Sent coalfield onwards with sixty soldiers and myself followed with forty more and so took their new city which they called saint joseph by break of day they abode not any fight after a few shot and all being dismissed but only barrio and his companion. I brought them with me aboard. And at the instance the indians i set their new city of saint joseph on fire. The same day arrived captain george gifford with your lordships ship and captain chemo's whom i lost on the coast of spain with the galley. Go and in them. Diverse gentlemen and others which to our little army was a great comfort and supply we then haste it away towards our purpose discovery and i i called all the captains of the island together. That were enemies to the spaniards for. There were some which barrio had brought out of other and planted there to eat out and waste those that were natural of the place and by my indian interpreter which carried out of england. I made them understand. I was the servant of queen who was the great cacique of the north and a virgin and had more chica under her than there were trees. In that island that she was an enemy to the costa lonnie in respect of their tyranny and oppression and that she delivered all such nations about her as were by them oppressed and having freed all the coast of the northern world from their servitude had sent me to free them. Also and with all to defend the country of jonah from their invasion and conquest. I shoot them. Her majesty's picture which they so admired and honored as it had been easy to brought them idolatrous thereof the like in a more large discourse. I made to the rest of the nation's both in my passing to jonah and to those of the borders so as in that part of the world her majesty is very famous and admirable whom they now call as rabita cassiopeia nak wanna which is as much as elizabeth. The great princess or greatest commander. This done we left ported the los espanol's and returned to corruption and having bury my prisoner. I gathered from him as much of jonah as he knew. This burial is a gentleman. Well descended and had long served the spanish king in milan naples the low countries and elsewhere very valiant and liberal and gentlemen of great assuredness and of a great heart. I used him according to his estate and worth in all things i could. According to the small means. I had. I sent captain wooden year. Before to get what knowledge he could have jonah and the end of my journey at this time was to discover and enter the.
"raleigh" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The discovery of jonah by sir walter. Raleigh on thursday. The six of february in the year. Fifteen ninety five. We departed england and the sunday following had sight of the north cape of spain. The wind for the most part continuing prosperous we passed inside of the burling burlington's and the rock and so on words for the canaries and fell with four to ventura the seventeenth of the same month where we spent two or three days and relieved are companies with some fresh meat from thence we hosted by the grand canaria and so two ten riff and stayed there for the lions welp. Your lordship ship and for captain me is preston in the rest but when after seven or eight days we found them not. We departed and directed our course for trinidad with mine. Own ship and small bark of captain crosses only for we had before lost sight of a small galley. Go on the coast of spain. Which came with us from plymouth. We arrived at trinidad. The twenty two. Th of march casting anchor at point q ripen which the spaniards call pointed to gallo which is situated in eight degrees or thereabouts. We abode therefore. We're five days and in all that time. We came and not to the speech of any indian or spaniard on the coast. We saw a fire as we sailed from the point. Correo towards open but for fear of the spaniards none durst come to speak with us. I myself coasted in my barge close aboard the shore and landed in every cove the better to know the island while the ships kept the channel from cure. I happen after a few days. We turned up northeast to recover that place which the spaniards call porta delos spaniels and the inhabitants conch arabia and as before were visually my barge. I left the ships and kept by the shore the better to come to speech with some of the inhabitants and also to understand the rivers watering places and ports of the island which as it is rudely done my purpose is to send your lordship after a few days from curious when i came to a port and seat of indians called perico where we found a fresh water river but saw no people from thence i wrote to another port called by the naturals pysche and by the spaniards tiara debris in the way between both were divers little brooks of fresh water and.
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"Definitely on my list also had a local artist on the podcast just a couple of weeks ago. Taylor taylor yeah. Did you end up making her show. I couldn't go. But oh my god. We had so much fun. She actually came over to the shop maybe a month or two ago and we made a jacket together for It was so fun to just hang. She's circle just hung out and like made a very beautiful like fashion garment for her. Oh that's great well. I heard a super successful opening in the rallies. Downtown city whatever organization is pretty supportive of arts and everything which is great. Oh yeah so go rally. What is raleigh denim workshop. Let's let's start there. I'm guessing you make denim. we do. Yeah so in short we make pants I think the reality is like it started as more just like a Directional for creativity like it was a a medium creativity like we were super into all kinds of things like i used to cook at some pretty awesome restaurants that cook that nobu in new york like way back in the day. Wow like I was in a furniture making sorrows into she made dresses and we had a screen printing studio in our house. And i don't know just like all these different things. That kind of melded into like learning about the history of denham. Production in north carolina connecting dots. Between wine i used to make wine also between winemaking and food and fashion and craft and quality and we realized that there was this incredible history addendum production in north carolina and that the market was really stale at the time and i mean not not that it's living anyways just thought like hey let's make a thing that's of us. The way that winemakers do like they grow the grapes. It comes from their heads from their hearts from their hands. It's it's honest it's pure. It's true to who they are And we we kinda wanted to jump into that like almost almost as an art project almost like not as we want to start a business or you want to be a denim brand more just like how do we like squeeze creativity out into the world and like this was a medium that seemed like a an opportunity for us that the oldest animal in the country was in north carolina. There's all the history and heritage to build from. But we could do it. In our way in a new way was modern fits in modern detailing and pay respect to the past. But have some fun with it too when you're growing up in. Raleigh is the the heritage craftsmanship crafts person ship of denham. Is that part of just being there. Is that all around like these mills. No not at all. i mean. There's like the ghosts of all the mills. not like. it's it's it's more rooted in a race to the bottom of like faster blah blah blah. And that's why the rank closed and it kinda left a pretty big I don't know just like gap and whole of of business in life and pride and in quality like it's all like you see it in small towns like it's gone right. I think those are the things that we were most interested in. So he's another that..
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"Could neither pass safely nor in any sort be relieved with fiddle adele care upon directed his company to a king. Called more akito assuring them that no man could deliver so much john as more akito cut and that his dwelling was but five days journey from makir. Garay the first civil town of jonah. Now your lordship shall understand that this more akito one of the greatest lords or kings of the borders of jonah had two or three years before been at cumana and margarita in the west indies with great store of plates of gold which he carried to exchange for such things as he wanted in his own country and was daily feasted and presented by the governors of those places and held amongst them some two months in which time one vitas governor of kumana one him to be his conductor. Indiana being allured by those croissants and images of gold which he brought with him to trade as also by the ancient fame and magnificence of el dorado whereupon vitas sent into spain for a patent to discover and jonah not knowing of the precedence of barreiros patent. Which as beret. Oh affirmative was signed before that evita's so as when vitas understood of barreiro and that he had made entrance into that territory and foregone his desire hope it was fairly thought that feed is practiced with more akito to hinder and disturbed braille. All he cut and not to suffer him to enter through his sayyari nor any of his companies neither to vittal nor guide them in any sort for vitas governor of kumana and barillot were become mortal enemies as well for that barillot had gotten trinidad into his patent with kiana as also in it. He was by barillot. Prevented in the journey of jonah itself. Howsoever it was. I know not but more kito for a time disassembled. His disposition suffered ten spaniards in a fryer which beret has sent to discover manohla to travel through his country. Gave them a guide for mature. Awry the first town of civil and apparel people from whence they had other guides to bring them to minoa the great city of inga and being furnished with those things which they had learned of care upon were of most price in kiana went onward and in eleven days arrived at manohla as beret affirmat- for certain although i could not be assured they're of by the lord which now governance the province of more akito for. He told me that they got all the gold. They had in other towns on this side. Manohla there being many very great enrich and as he said built like the towns of christians with many rooms when these ten spaniards were returned and ready to put out of the border of romania. The people of more akito set upon them and slew them all but one that swam the river and took from them to the value of forty thousand pesos of gold and one of them only lived to bring the news to barreiro that both his nine soldiers in holy father were benighted in the said province. I myself speak with the captains of more akita that flew them and was at the place where it was executed voreio enraged here with all sent all the strength he could make into a romania to be revenged of him his people and country but more akito suspecting the same fled over orinoco and thorough the territories of the saima in waikiki recovered cumana where he thought himself very safe with vitas the governor but barreiro sending for him in the king's name and his messengers finding him in the house of one fajardo on the sudden year he was suspected so as he could not then be conveyed away vitas durst not deny him as well to avoid the suspicion of the.
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"The discovery of jonah by sir walter raleigh. Although as i am persuaded deonna cannot be entered that way yet. No doubt the trade of gold from thence it by branches of rivers into the river of amazon's and so it death on every hand far from the country itself for those indians of trinidad have plates of gold from ghana and those cannibals dominika which dwell in the islands by which are ships pass yearly to the west indies. also the indians of perria. Those indians called to curry's choji apple. Tomio cumana go tos. And all those other nations inhabiting near about the mountains that run from pari a thorough the province of venezuela and in morocco pana and the cannibals of guana pa. The indians called asa. Why coca i j and the rest. All which shelby described in my description as they are situate. Have plates of gold of jonah and upon the river of amazon's the vet right that the people wear croissants of gold for of that form the guangan's most commonly make them so as from dominika to amazon's which is above two hundred fifty leagues. all the chief indians. All parts where of those plates of jonah undoubtedly those that trade with amazon's return much gold. Which as is aforesaid columnist by trade from jonah by some branch of a river that followed from the country into amazon's and either it is by the river which passed by the nation's called his nato's kerry puna i made inquiry amongst the most ancient invest traveled of the orinoco caponi and i had knowledge of all the rivers between can amazon's and was very desirous to understand the truth of those warlike women because of summit is believed of others. Not and though. I digress from my purpose yet. I will set down that which has been delivered me for truth of those women and i speak with a cacique or lord of people that told me he had been in the river and beyond it. Also the nation's of these women are on the south side of the river in the provinces of taipei go and their chief est strengths and retracts are in the island. Situate on the south side of the entrance. Some sixty leagues within the mouth of the said river. The memories of the like women are very ancient as well in africa. As in asia in africa those that had medusa for queen others inside the ah near the rivers of today's and third madan. We find. also that lambeau marcy..
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"Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW. We have rain and 52 degrees in Cincinnati, right now of evey man is dead after a wrecked this morning at us 42 US 1 72 outside of Warsaw was a collision between a tractor trailer. And a dump truck. 35 year old Marcus Galbreath was driving the dump truck, according police and he died when it hit the side of the trailer and gall birth was killed. Cincinnati Police are investigating a deadly rack in the 4800 block of gray road across from Spring Grove Cemetery tonight, two vehicles involved. One of them ended up on its top person inside was Katie. Five per cent of us Basically, two thirds of us are now living in red counties. Ohio Governor DeWine during his news conference this afternoon, as the numbers keep rising, in addition to our 29 red counties, we also now have 52 counties that air high instance counties as of today. And again, I want to find what that means. This means that county has more than 100 cases for 100,000 residents during the past two weeks. More than 2000. New cases of Corbett 19 in the past 24 hours a second straight day, New records been set in Ohio in Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir reporting another day off more than 1000 new cases of covert 19 as Kentucky's death toll approaches. 1300 escalation It is our most serious one. Yet. In his briefing Thursday, Bashir announced 1260 new cases, The positivity rate is at 4.94%, the highest it's been in about four weeks. We talk about how when we have a lot of cases. Sadly, a lot of death follows. So today's a really hard day We're announcing the loss of 20. Kentucky ants. They range in age from 49 to 100. The covert related death toll is now at 1296. I'm Suzanne Duval. Indiana, setting another single day record. Today, more than 1900 people have been diagnosed in the past day. You see Bear cats game this coming Saturday has been postponed on the game the following weekend in jeopardy because of the pandemic more on that coming up in sports talk. With no debate tonight, President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will go head to head in a different manner. The president's going to take part in a town hall with NBC News, while Joe Biden will be present for a town hall on ABC. Both programs starting in one hour. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 19 points. NASDAQ Down 55 in the S and P. 500 down.
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"Raleigh. News Radio 700 WLW radar shows Partly cloudy skies It's 90 degrees. Kentucky's attorney general is suing to avoid all of the governor's executive orders when it comes to the pandemic. Attorney General Daniel Cameron has joined a complaint asking the court to keep governor Bashir from enforcing Corona virus orders and from issuing new ones. The sheer later tweeted, in part, quote many Kentucky ins will die. I hope everyone understands how scary and reckless this's Cameron responded, saying it's not about the governor's policies, but about following the law. The attorney general has been critical of several of Bashir's orders, including his most recent one mandating masks across the state. I'm Haley Hanson, Arkansas and Colorado now have statewide mask orders. However, the governor of Georgia has banned county and local leaders from issuing their own mask orders. The list of companies requiring customers to wear masks is getting longer Target and CVS. Joining others this morning and saying customers who don't cover their faces won't be served yesterday. WALMART Kroger announced their policies, health officials reporting more than 67,000 new infections detected yesterday in the US that is just short of the record set last week on Wall Street today. Near the close, the Dow down 135 points, the NASDAQ down 77 the S and P, down 11. NEWS Radio 700 WLW Sports Soccer Today Frankie Maya's goal into 76 men and lifted FC since in any past Atlanta United One Nail in the MLS is back tournament.
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"A few minutes there at a Raleigh wealth solutions dot com the guys that we talk about a number of different issues here every weekend on the show but we've been talking for awhile about the issue with a lot of pensions and there's a school finance researcher who is warning of what he calls a ticking time bomb that's built into teacher pensions he says those pension plans that were seventy percent funded before this downturn are now only about fifty percent funded and I mean it's not just teachers other public pension plans are facing similar underfunding problems so I'm guessing that sooner or later some of these plans might run out of money but what happens to those depending on those benefits then other trouble yeah posted a pension benefit guarantee fund and you're going to get a percentage of what you're actually promised we know the coronavirus is pummeling investment markets and and what they're talking about these teacher pensions are going to you know the costs are going to spike next year public pension funds that are heavily tether to the stock market and woefully underfunded have lost you know and close to a trillion dollars in value or or twenty one percent this year according to reset you know motors report so what it means is that states districts are likely going to have to contributes significantly more money next fiscal year to continue paying out retirement benefits to a rapidly aging teaching force and really that's his teacher work forces you to aging a US work force right the boomers which is our our largest demographic as they're going into retirement by the thousands every day and to prevent these pension plans from class of businesses are having to do the same thing and it's scary for people and and it's one of the things we talk about we see a lot of companies not just here in the triangle but all around the country use of covert nineteen as a reason to lay people off to not bring them back to give the short little severance packages Sir you know what we call our aid resource actions we won't mention any companies by name but we're see if this happened to hundreds and thousands of people and what I think is really important when this stuff comes up Jennifer's that is that people understand what their options are like Hey if you do have a pension well should I take the pets are from the company or do I you know take that in a lump sum right and and we've put out some reports and done some case studies for people but this is something that we take people through step by step you know in terms of what we're looking at it too in case design on building somebody's customized retirement plan we look at all those options would we do with the four oh one K. you talked about health care earlier in the program how do we bridge people say you're in your late fifties early sixties with health care to get you to sixty five where you're eligible for Medicare and that's that's a big expense for people that several hundred dollars a month it could be if you're married couple in the late fifties early sixties to could be a thousand to two thousand dollars a month if you don't have those coverage walking people through those types of land mines a kind of navigating through that to get you to it's sixty five for its Medicare then you can get a supplement that is typically a lot more affordable is a big part but pensions understanding what your options are and how your plan works and is it better for you to take the pension through the company or to bring that money over into your own IRA and do something on your own is very unique and really depends on everybody's individual situation but you know this report this ticking time bomb you're right on it is just you know one of the few things today I agree with on the show a hundred percent these pension plans are ticking time bombs for sure because where were they going to get the money they are getting pummeled and now you need these companies you need state you need districts to contribute significantly more money want to make up for the people already taken out and that the people that are going to be going in where is this coming they're not right they they're not good stimulus package to fund pension plan no they're not and you know I think a lot of us would might have a problem with that because again we didn't make the promises with these pension funds but at the same time the people counting on those benefits they certainly work hard for it and they deserve it so it's a conundrum guys and I know a lot of our listeners might not have a pension but I worry about this you know what if it's taxpayers who are asked to step in and help fund these pensions I mean this could have ripple effects for other retirement savers to for the whole economy that is exactly right because somebody's got to bail it out right and ultimately who are the people the people working there the taxpayers that are that the people that are working in a that's where they got a turn to yeah I mean when the government rights is blank check so that comes from writing those checks right now I can't ride in a taxi cast guess who that's you know as the people out of work in it and that's the thing that you know keeps me up at night is like who's going to pay for their success up papers as I would get ready to go to retirement or is our kids and grandchildren that are going to be paying for all these things that are going on right now but at some point in time robbers going to hit the pavement and people are going to be you've got to balance the books you've got a he just can't say we're going to keep writing this stuff and look I am all for us our government writing checks and get us through this pandemic and and keep in business is alive and stuff but it's just like anything else you're seeing all the abuses yeah no all the abuses that are going.
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"This weekend of Raleigh's retirement coach I told you a little bit earlier in the show that I was going to give you some positive news about that the U. S. fight the the coronavirus urine I know everybody knows less than a month ago the markets were at a record high is healthy data on the U. S. economy single continued growth on the horizon then the corona virus made its way here through Europe and then into the United States R. as everybody knows our markets have kind of gone into a tailspin suffering you know one of the fastest decline on record the last several weeks have been characterized by extreme volatility as investors try to make heads or tails out of what's going on with the situation in a market coverage about the virus has been almost nonstop almost exclusively negative and as is all the experts out there are extrapolating all the worst case scenarios I want to share with our listeners I there are some positives to come out about this and I really think you know we we always tell our select families it most of the time on the news is going to be bad news in the times like these Hey you might want to you know turn off the TV so I know we gotta be socially responsible and kind of know what's going on and what's close and what we should be doing or what we should be doing to keep the spread from the corona virus from from spreading through you know the U. S. like it did for instance through Italy but at times like this what I'd like to look at do you no doubt of that you know where there might be some positive developments that really are getting as much media coverage and I and I always talk about that and it's really really tough to not get stuck on a narrative a right now and and just kind of take a look at at some of the data the initial as as most people know the initial government response to the corona virus was extremely disappointing the first round of tests get sent out by the CDC were faulty they required a recall cost and precious time in the fight to kind of find the people in quarantine those people that were in fact it further slowing action only the CDC was allowed to do test at its own facilities limiting testing capacity now hello things are beginning to change and many private lives have now been approved to conduct tests and you probably heard about one of the NBA teams the you know the next that went in and had all their players tested four of them tested positive not only one of them had mild symptoms of the corona virus the other three were just kind of going about life in and didn't even really realize they had a virus but because our MBA and you know the it shut down all the major sports these past couple of weeks a hint you know it's because Rudy go bare from the Utah Jazz was discovered to have tested positive coronavirus and we've we've seen it here at our very own John force Lynn from the Carolina hurricanes state apparently at the same hotel that he came home from that and he was quarantine but the whole reason why I'm talking about that is that many private labs now have been approved to conduct tests the FDA is announced that not only will it have high volume testing to be allowed in that emergency approval has been given for an automated corona virus test that is estimated to speed up the process tenfold so not only are test becoming more available results will come quicker as well and they're going to be able to identify and contain it in you know all of this stuff is going to be rolled out shortly it's getting ready to be rolled out at the national level and you know my thoughts on that is Hey you know this is some good news we're not we're not hearing about this we're hearing about all the failures and things that that have it went well I want to talk about the waiver coverage that'll be on the horizon as well because the number of official faction is in the United States as everybody knows you can follow it everywhere is continue to rise an accelerated pace especially over the last couple of weeks meanwhile our preferred measure of active cases it actor cases means total cases might is destined recovers which kind of gives us a better picture of the number of people who are able to spread the virus further has continued to rise consistently as well so as so often occurs during virus outbreaks fears arise that early pieces spread will continue unabated at an exponential rate history including the experience of both China and South Korea with the coronavirus shows identification and treatment leads to a slowdown in the pace of new cases and a pickup in recovers everybody's talking about flattening the curve here in the U. S. I know it really seems like these measures are extreme public schools being closed at the college is being closed now you've got the bars the hotels the fitness centers and most of the people here in the triangle if you can't put possibly work from home working remotely they're now doing that and I think we're gonna see able to slow down the pace and all of this stuff is going on in terms of the spread it picked it typically takes roughly two weeks for otherwise healthy individuals who test positive to get better and then to be officially removed from the quote active status to the recovered counts now to worry about you know two two and a half weeks out from the initial surge in the U. S. cases a recoveries should begin to rise consistently the world recovery rate currently sits at about ninety three percent right now while in the US it's only a forty three percent so we're really expecting the US to move toward and that exceed the world recovery date here in the weeks ahead and I I think that's positive news again I know some of these extreme measures in terms it just feels like lockdown and people here in the triangle are getting antsy in terms of hate were pretty much just restricted to our house and spent a lot of time with each other I had the red hat on earlier in the show talking about how you know we're going on walks on you know when we easily do stuff like that it just seems to be doing it more on a weekend basis and stuff like that but you know what are the other positives you know that I haven't had a chance to mention is that the private US health care industry is the best in the world and and one of the I think the biggest things is being overlooked in this and under appreciated in the fallout from the corona viruses just how fast the private U. S. healthcare industry has responded moderna has already began testing a vaccine and many other companies to follow suit with their own treatments we've got you went see right here to triangle that's been really on the forefront in terms of trying to find the treatment and a vaccine meanwhile doctors have begun using the experimental antiviral drug called red to server R. E. N. D. E. S. I. V. I. R. don't know if I said that right folks so five five butchered that please excuse me but they're they're treating U. S. coronavirus patients and we're getting positive results the speed with which these discoveries have been happened has been absolutely breathtaking and just just imagine how long it would have taken to develop effective treatments for a never before seen illness fifty years ago heck even twenty five years ago something comes in never before seen never dealt with and now word we're dealing with this almost in real time and end within weeks we have cut you know vaccines we've got testing kids out it I know we're not seeing these types of things talk about I know if you're tuned into the news Sir you're on your iPhone or your on your computer people are costly going how many new people here in North Carolina have got affected how many people here in wake county have been impacted in we've seen those numbers climb and look I I don't think we're you know at the bottom or the top in terms of seeing the worst of it I want to tell people I think Hey your numbers are probably going to continue to grow we know where we are kind of in that cycle but our really believe in my heart of hearts that we're going to get this thing left we're going to get this thing figured out we're going to make sure that we're maybe we're being a little bit extreme I don't think we are in terms of how we're responding but we want to keep this thing from spreading we want less people get infected in quarantine and do you know that that is everybody's talking about having it flattened out and you know I want to talk about up twenty thirteen study by the department of health and Human Services that determine the U. S. had the most intensive care unit beds per capita of any country at twenty to thirty two per hundred thousand people this is by far higher than China we're only two point eight to four point six you know beds were available demonstrating why they needed to build hospitals overnight likewise the U. S. far out does countries with socialized medical systems like Canada where they're at thirteen point five again were between twenty and thirty two per hundred thousand in terms of having intensive care unit beds per capita suite at five point eight the U. K. three point five to seven this means the U. S. is way better suited to deal with the health care capacity issues that could arise with a pandemic than virtually any other country in the world I know we're not talking about the six because I don't hear about any of these things but I want to share this with with our listeners because I I know we're getting tons of bad news but you know when we put all of this stuff together I really believe the U. S. is well poised to not only win its own fight against a corona virus but also to export treatments that should help the rest of the world and I know people are worried here at home and you know even closer to home here in a triangle and we're we're we're gonna get this thing figured out I just eat people already know this if you listen to the show you know this the coming weeks are going to be critical as Tesco out in mass and we learn more about the fight we're up against but we're up to the task ito I was like to say I believe you the United States America's the greatest country in the world I wouldn't want to live anywhere is out if anybody if any country can figure this thing out its US history showed we work the problem US goes to work our kids go to work we're going to work the problem we're going to figure this thing out and looked it panic is is never permanent and in the virus response you know is probably going to.
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"And from W. U. N. C. in Raleigh North Carolina capitol bureau chief Jeff to bury Jeff good morning hello there all right welcome everyone to WNYC thanks so much for joining us okay Jeff let's start with you yesterday and P. R. ran a story on the controversial endorsement of Bloomberg by the mayor in Charlotte how does the rest of North Carolina CM I think that one way to look at Bloomberg here in North Carolina is to acknowledge that he has perhaps the most varied and diverse set of endorsements of any of the leading presidential candidates Bloomberg has the back here yes of the Charlotte mayor also the Raleigh mayor in addition the leaders of the democratic party's democratic caucuses at the state house and state Senate now those are the minority parties of the state legislature but both of the leaders of those respective parties in caucuses have supported Bloomberg and you know it's it's very much a fractured field here recent polling indicates to us that Bloomberg senator Sanders former vice president Biden are are really running in a dead heat at this point and the three of them we expect to gobble up most if not all of the one hundred and ten delegates that are available here in North Carolina on super Tuesday has Bloomberg been spending a lot of money there and advertising he's been spending a lot of money here on on on advertising millions upon millions a very astute political observers said to me about a month ago he didn't know any better you might I think that the a democratic presidential primary here in North Carolina was between Michael Bloomberg and stop time style of the two billion years because they're the ones that have been up and running so many advertisements both on television and digital ads for for really several weeks now all right let's turn to Arkansas as with many other states Bloomberg has been spending quite a lot of advertising they're just like in a North Carolina but Michael you say he's also been creating a lot of jobs with his campaign what are people they're saying well people are I think the fact that he has spent more time here than any other presidential candidate is really boding well for him he has he came here on the day when voter registration when that candidates could file he came back last month and let little rock's Martin Luther king junior parade and a poll recently showed him in the lead among the democratic presidential candidates although it was within the margin affair but I think people have been receptive to the fact that he has spent more time here than anyone else now we can go to Tennessee that's where Bloomberg unveiled his healthcare plan back in December which is more moderate than Medicare for all so Sergio how are the voters you're talking with your feeling about Bloomberg I think that's the key word moderates you know let's keep in mind Tennessee is a conservative state president trump is pretty much as popular as he was in twenty sixteen and so a lot of the democratic voters that I've talked to they say that because Bloomberg is presenting himself as a moderate especially with health care do you believe that some Republicans might even switch and decide to vote for for.
"raleigh" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. it currently sunny and forty three degrees outside the fire that started last night at a tire business in Butler County is still going well okay firefighters had to watch for ours is a wholesale tire Martin Morgan township burned in the side tires were being stored there along with hazardous chemicals Morgantown fire chief Jeff Galloway says that's why they had to decide let the building burned itself out the more water we put in there in this building were crossing a environmental disaster by having this run off go into the creeks that are right next to it and then leading into the great Miami river she says fortunately nobody was hurt wholesale tire marks on alert New London road just to the west of Shand I'm Brian comes newsradio seven double doubles Cincinnati police say seventy one year old Charles speed from Avondale has been located speed was located by the St Bernard police department last night around nine o'clock he went missing on Monday night he had left his home on foot and does suffer with dementia he is now back at home and safe Cincinnati police officers are in the field with next generation body cameras police officials unveiled the new technology yesterday touting improved video quality and the ability to automatically upload video to the cloud the cameras are also linked to officers' holsters so will activate whenever an officer pools their weapon and where does Cincinnati rank in the worst traffic bottlenecks in the US the American transportation research institute has put out its annual list of top truck bottlenecks and the merging of I. seventy one and seventy five in the heart of downtown Cincinnati is the eighth worst in the country the list is made through truck GPS data which also shows seventy five at seventy four and seventy five at two seventy five in Langer also in the top one hundred those local areas on a list of bottlenecks in much larger cities like Atlanta Chicago in Houston I ninety five it's state route for New Jersey tops the list I'm Jack Crumley newsradio seven hundred WLW looking for the best tri states restaurants Cincinnati magazine has just finished at the annual list and police in over the Rhine is number one the magazine calls please a symbol of everything exciting that has been happening in the Cincinnati food scene last year's number one was Soto downtown and that is now slid to second in meters downtown is third news radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports here's a resume get the latest on spring training tonight on the hot stove league live from the holy grail banks with Tom Brennan starting at six oh five right here on seven hundred WLW college basketball the Cincinnati Bearcats are in action tonight at fifth third arena versus UCF seven hundred WLW coverage begins at six thirty five racing lesson forty two hours after being injured in that scary last lap wreck at the Daytona five hundred driver Ryan Newman released from the hospital today walking out holding hands with his two daughters bill Dennison's seven hundred WLW sports on Wall Street the Dow is up one fifteen nasdaq is up eighty four S. and P. up fifteen for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explained not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio apple or wherever you get your favorite podcasts.
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