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"rawlinson" Discussed on SMRPodcas
"I said like my concern with lucid has a car and we've all seen it and people have driven like rid knitted and say okay. Yeah this is a car but the things that they did very much. We're leading up to their launch. Which was we went public through his back just like nikola then miraculously right after we went public within days of going public announce we're delaying the delivery of our vehicle To it was supposed to be fall. And then as of recent the the lucid ceo has been on tv peter rawlinson has been on tv talk and many times and he was very noncommittal to even delivering five hundred vehicles for twenty twenty one. They were committing to earlier. A lot of vehicles. That's not mass producing five hundred vehicles. And i mean elon. Musk said many times. Mass production is tremendously hard. Doing a prototype is trivial. And i don't know if like nickel Or anybody else's running into that challenge when it comes to up something just happened to our screen Anyway i've crystal figure it out. But i'm looking at the inside of an air airplane. Yeah i didn't do. That must be planning my my bad. I clicked the wrong button. I realized to chase for everybody who flies doesn't click on it and we were sitting inside of an airplane for about five seconds. Now i'm still in the airplane. Lie and i have no idea what you just click on worse is like it probably says together mode. Click on radio and we'll take.
Lucid Goes Public to Accelerate New Products
"It goes public on the nasdaq. Hsieh's of lucid rose. Ten percent yesterday following their debut the startup receives four point. Four billion dollars in cash from the transaction after expenses saudi arabia's public investment fund have been a controversial for some people at least about certain things that do with saudi investment. That a billion dollars into lucid over the years they now come out of this with lucid worth twenty four billion and the saudi public investment fund owning sixty percent of the company By any measure. That's a damn good deal. These reverse merger deals Can indeed provide a cash injection to accompany to go public very quickly without the usual. Ipo process and it does give them four and a half billion dollars in cash to accelerate they're all out there roadmap much just cars. Suv's but also immobility Things like electric boats and planes e. Vitale you'll hear pizza. Rowlinson call it also home energy storage as well. Not just the lucid air. That starts seventy grand off the tax credits. But it'll go up to one hundred sixty two thousand. They are on target to deliver them. I've got a clip era of peter. Rawlinson the ceo. Talking this is edited for brevity by the way just full disclosure. But you can see the full Listen to the full audio is online on social media. How listen to what he had to say. We are on track for delivery of the groundbreaking lucid this year and we're on track for production shedule in custody monday plant. We've already started ground. Leveling for incredible integration of phases. Two and three of the factory bringing two point seven million square foot of expanded factory space ready for the introduction of the gravity project in late. Twenty twenty three
"rawlinson" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"That's insane felt that was andros. Sorkin experiencing the lucid air a luxury electric sedan that aims to compete directly against tesla. Loosen motors is going public today. On the nasdaq by a spec under the ticker l. c. i. d. loses chief executive peter rawlinson previously led the engineer team on tesla's model s and is largely following the elon. Musk playbook when it comes to production some technology dealerships and service but it's charting a different path on electric vehicle charging stations automated driving systems and advertising..
"rawlinson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I'm Marty Lens along with April despot, Fox 31 pinpoint whether 41 right now but wet outside And some, you know, at least kind of spring driving conditions were used to this time of year. Yeah, that wintry mix were talking about his reign has turned to snow in spots. See, that's Tamar Allison joined us earlier and has some advice. If you're just getting out there this morning. Give yourself a little more time, Tonto. Get to work. Give your give yourself a little more commute time this morning. Do there could be some potentially slick conditions out there, Rawlinson says. Despite it looking like rain on the roads, conditions could be deceptive. See that has some crews out this morning. Some plows in places travel conditions, of course, more dicey in the mountains as result of the weather. The Boulder Valley School district has some of its mountain schools closed for the day. President Biden going to be on Capitol Hill, spotlighting tonight for his first address to the joint session of Congress. He's gonna be touting his 1st 100 days in office, as well as plans for moving forward, ABC chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl with a preview. He's looking forward to his infrastructure bill. You know the so called American Jobs Act, which is over $2 trillion and beyond that, coming right off the heels of that he's hoping to do the American Families Act, which is even more expensive than his infrastructure bill. So, so he's Looking forward to a really substantial expansion of the role of the government Inn in American life, and by the way part of that's gonna be some pretty sweeping tax increases on the upper income, wealthier people in this country to pay for it all we're going to carry, of course, the speech live tonight as funny accent but with the Rockies playing on K away, you can hear it on freedom. 93 7. Now there will be no designated survivor for Biden's address. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says most of Biden's Cabinet won't be there in person because of the pandemic. Normally, the commander in chief picks a high ranking official to miss the address in case of an incident that, you know, injures the president or kills the president and other Cabinet members here. President Biden's address to a joint session of Congress tonight at seven o'clock on freedom 93 7. There would be virtual guests for President Biden's address, congressman. No Goose invited Susanna Crawford, the CEO of this Mr Carman Community Center on over 420% increase and rent assistance requests over the last year, Nagu says The center also helps provide food to the needy and uses cares act money to support the community of Lafayette. There's a concern about covered 19 cases in the state rising among the young population. Kaylie NewsRadio struck. Clark has more on this Marty Dr Rachel Hurley he had State Health Department says the most recent spikes are among kids ages. 11 to 17. We're really seeing our most rapid Increased right now in the state among middle school and high school students. Their rate is much higher than what we're seeing on average for adults in the stage. Officials believe school Associated outbreaks are a factor but also vaccinated parents resuming social activities with their unvaccinated kids could cause give be one of the causes. Down on the springs of high school into middle schools are pausing in person learning this week because of the surgeon cases. We are currently talking shots with the Clark Twins, Highlands Ranch and Parker having a vaccine clinic for teenagers today and tomorrow. Chuck Clark, a away news radio. State officials also making a push to get more shots in the arms of Colorado's. In fact, you no longer need an appointment at any of Colorado's mass vaccination sites. Governor chair policies you can just show up. These walk in or driving as the case may be driving without employment experience is really a game changer in the race to vaccinate Colorado's because there are many Colorado who don't feel like they want to load up a Web page or sign up somewhere, the governor says there are thousands of vaccine openings across the state right now. Very good. Denver health officials are also looking to make in home covert 19 vaccinations a reality. This is a historic moment for 55 year old Anna Rivera were receiving her first dose of the maternal vaccine inside her Denver home I've had once it burn more Rivera is homebound and has been unable to get to a vaccine clinic. You have trouble with walking and stuff. So it's hard to get in and out of vans or cars and stuff. So it was nice that they could come here and do it for me. Today, paramedics from AM are delivering one straight to her door. Part of a program being pushed by the city of Denver. It's very easy.
"rawlinson" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"And how about you randy. I think one of the things that will emerge from this is that we need to come together especially arts organizations and share resources. And how do we look at things like our administrative spaces. Do we really need a whole bunch of them or can we come together. The one we have with our co working space low cost base in the heart of san francisco where you don't have to pay the overhead for a huge office. You can just come in with us ear under the same tent. We're going to need to look at shared back-off support for administrative support for the arts. Can several organizations share one position said development person or something like that. How do we harness the limited resources in. They're going to be even more limited over this next period of time to come together to work in cooperation with one another. There's gonna be lots and lots of empty office space out there besides using it for housing which we direly need. Is there an opportunity to perhaps put together a complete arts nonprofit center for example. Well yeah we are that in a small way right now but we're having discussions with other groups about coming together around a space alliance. That would do that very thing. And you know it's everything from the big idea like well. It would have deaths studios in blackbox theaters to just like. Can we share an office space. So i think that you know those conversations are going to continue. I think they're going to be more important. I also think that you know we're going to have to and i've talked with a couple of funders about this. We may need to see some consolidation not mergers but consolidations of organizations because there's going to be limited funding. I think that's realistic. Given where we are economics right now. Well let's hope that our latest federal government round comes through between now and the end the thing that will hopefully keep people in their houses and people zoom if you will thank you alison and randy for sharing the wonderful insights into covid nineteen impact on nonprofits and everybody. Who's watching and listening. We're gonna make sure that they have intersection for the arts information website social media so they can continue to get engaged in not only support. Your work the work that folks that use apart as well so please stay safe and healthy out there as we work our way through this very crazy normal thanking george thank you. That's it for this episode of voices of the community. You've been listening to the voice of randy rawlinson the executive director and alison snowpack the deputy director intersection for the arts over these past nine plus months of producing our series on nonprofits and small businesses..
"rawlinson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"That's Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon and the richest person on Earth, and I'm Jason del Rey As a reporter who's covered Amazon for the last six years. I've noticed that when I talked to Amazon employees They all start to sound a lot like basics. There's this obsession with obsession is obsessive compulsive focus on the customer and delight. Customer delight. Delight the customer. It's Amazon Speak. It's their way of saying their number One mission is to make customers lives better. But is that intense focus? Always a good thing, or does it come at a cost? This's land of the Giants, a podcast about the biggest tech companies of our time, how they got their power what they're doing with it and how they're changing our lives in the process. Our first season is called the Rise of Amazon Way. Find out from Amazon executives exactly how much they know about us. So what we find is that Customers who watch a movie that they love. They buy more tied. They just do We talk to CEOs with strong feelings about the way Amazon does business. It's rope a dope there playing with you until the time they come in with the knockout punch. And if I with them Oh, my God, you know, are they a retail, their data management company? We learn about Amazon's impact on small communities when they move in, and when they leave, you know when they told me they were closing, you know, you'd think it was. Oh, my God Driving home. I'm thinking So, What am I gonna do in January? When they go on? We asked the question of our time Is Amazon. Too powerful too big, you know, And we just don't want to be the United States of Amazon. We just really don't. Land of the Giants. The rise of Amazon. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one. This's house call for health. Some people will tell you that Copan 19 is only dangerous for the very old or people with other serious health issues. A joke like there was It was not like people are freaking out for no reason. Spencer Rawlinson will tell you that's not always true. Allyson is 21 years old recently. Married and healthy until he got a mild case of covert 19. He was feeling better. But then his fever spiked toe 103, and he was rushed to a Florida I see you with his organs shutting down I had heart failure, respiratory failure. The rest of my organs are all inflamed. Rawlinson thought he was going to die. There was definitely scary because, as I was saying, they're trying to breathe and I trying my hardest..
"rawlinson" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Great even lives in Ypsilanti. So there Ah, which came first. You live near Detroit and then became a car guy. You're a car guy. So you said Let's move near Detroit. It was the latter. I came. I came to Michigan. Teo get my engineering degree at what was then known as GM. I originally the General Motors Institute. It's now now we've been renamed as Kettering University in Flint. That's why you're engineering degree on, then went to work in the auto industry. That's right. So you wanted to do this when you were growing up Where you like? Oh, I'm a love cars. L. Absolutely one of those little kids that can look at a car go by and say that's a Chevy Impala, 1982. Yeah, For the most part. It was one of what happens. What? What? What is it? What's the word for it? Idiot savant. Yes, we're looking for a part is I can't tell you what the word is. That's perfect s so good. You're living your your living your best life. I love that. Absolutely Yeah. Trying anyway. It's always good. Sam comes on. Everybody loves you. And it's always fun because there's a lot of technology in today's automotive Beale Automotive eels and and that's what we talk about here. You've got a very fancy Car behind you. Yeah. I was listening to one of your other shows the other day this week and Google from your podcast network. Ah, little plot there for not working. And you and Jeff Jarvis and aunt and Stacy were talking about this new car that's coming out is called the Lucid Air. It's from a company called Lucid Motors that is based just just down the peninsula from you guys. And actually, I guess their head off. They moved over to the East Bay. They were originally and on the West side in the Silicon Valley area, but they moved their offices over to the East Bay. But a year and 1/2 ago, and they're going to build these cars in the Arizona, right. Ah! Arizona, New Mexico. I think they like the plants OK, at any rate there. They've got the plant built and they're getting it all getting all the tooling set up and they're going to start production early in 2021. They're going to officially unveiled a production version of the car on September 9th. I first saw it back in November 2016 at the auto show. They brought one of their first prototypes to the auto show, and they did some briefings for a few people and sat down at that time with the gentleman who is at the time he was there. CTO Andi now CTO and CEO Peter Rawlinson and early designer Derek Jenkins. And we talked for about an hour. You know about what they were doing, and then we did a walk around this one. That was actually my first experience with modern V R. Did FDR walk around in the car, and then we went down to the garage under the convention center, and they had one of the camouflage prototypes sitting down there. So this is if it looks like what's behind you is very pretty. And it's weird because I have a Jule headlights and as a strip in the front of it. That's very distinctive was a string of leads across the front. But it looks otherwise kind of like any, you know, modern Sudan, maybe a little bit like a Tesla at Price wise. I think they're going after the Tesla Model X because it's over 100,000 right? Yeah. Yes, This is definitely going after the model s and you know, BMW seven series Mercedes s class kind of our luxury. And Peter Rawlinson, who is the chief technical officer of and now CEO of Lucid he before he went to lucid in 2012. He was the VP of engineering at Tesla. And he was the chief engineer on the model s so he developed model s Before he left to go join this other company, which at the time was known as the TVA, and to this day that Eva is now a division of lucid, You know, it's their technology division. They actually supply the battery packs for formula Erase cars. S o. They've over the last several years. They've gained a lot of really valuable experience from that racing. What is what is the hard thing about electric vehicles? It actually seems like They're pretty simple, right? The electric motors aren't clarification mechanically. Relatively simple. Yeah, because basically you got a battery. You have one or more electric motors, and you have some power electronics Does. The motors are usually alternating current motor because they're more efficient than DC Motors? We have d C batteries that have to be converted Battery store. Electricity is DC Onda Power electronics module converts back and forth between a C and D. C. And so is a software the hard stuff. The software is a big part of the problem. But even those mechanic even those components can be challenging. You know, in terms of how you configure the battery pack, you know, in order to get them the best power and efficiency out of it. And also, you know, getting the maximum energy density out of it. Yeah, that seems to be the big differentiated between a lot of these electric vehicles is range. On. Of course you pat. Battery packs or heavy. So, yeah. You want a maximum where you want to get as much efficiencies again? Because the more the less losses you have in the system, then you know you can get the more range from less battery, which reduces your contra deuces your weight, So you want to make it as efficient as you possibly can. You also want the batteries to last a long time. Yeah, And so that's where you know. Were you lucid gained some valuable experience from that racing program eyes, you know, getting that maximum power conversion efficiency out of the out of the system. And you know, they just last week announced that The lucid error hasn't been officially certified yet, but they had AH third party engineering firm called F IV. E that does a lot of engineering work for a lot of automakers run through the full EPA test program with one of their prototype errors. And they got about 517 miles range. That's that's more than anybody. I can't think anything getting that my kind of range. Yeah, So So lucid has still hasn't revealed the final specs of the car as far as what size battery. But when I talked to Peter Rawlins and back in 2016 they were the plant at that time was to use have the base model be a 100 kilowatt hour battery pack? And then the upper level model B 130 kilowatt really count. That's big. Yeah, so that's a lot of battery, which is why this thing's gonna cost well over $100,000 that much battery costs a lot of money. Are you somebody in the chair is saying the new battery technologies they're coming. It seems like we've been stuck on lithium ion for awhile. There's always new battery technology is coming, You know, mostly what we've been seeing over the past decade. You know, there's been a lot of announcements of breakthroughs, none of which have actually right come wishing in terms of something that can actually produced. The problem is Reducing one sample cell that does something really well on the bench, but then scaling that actually being able to math, produce it and scale it to something big enough to actually, power car is a very different. That's what tests looked all around their own battery factories. Old state sells You know, should be a lot more durable and had a lot longer life span, but so far they've had a lot of trouble actually producing them its scale and getting enough power out of them. We only have a minute left. But I also want to ask you about this kind of shocker that came out that GM is going to start charging a subscription fee after three years for their self driving. Software. Yeah, There was a bit of fine print when, when Super Cruise was launched three years ago that nobody noticed. And Jim never really talked about that people started get bills. Now you have to have an OnStar subscription to use Super truth because for the map updates O r se.
"rawlinson" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Mrs where she was time and investigators, worst enemy in a missing person's case was ticking away. Days past and Heather. Jones hadn't returned to her rented house the place where she hoped to start a new life without her husband. Sounds Cliche, but she really vanished without a trace. Yes, and that's what was making this so difficult and she still wasn't answering her cell phone. The one police learned she had used to exchange flirtatious texts with a mystery man. She is in the process of. Fair-weather. Logo Long Distance. Chris. Jones couldn't tell detectives much else about this. Other man who only knew by the name of Edward I've just seen their correspondence in sweetie and. How how you know, that will cost about what you so the texting yourself. Her phone or You must have had concerns about. This other man. Yes, I did because he was one of the first names That we had come up with detective, camp? Nou! If Heather had split town as her goodbye, email suggested she hadn't driven away in her car. It was still parked in her driveway. You call her Dr I. Don't know anything about it. I really don't. Live here locally obviously Germantown. Now. Memphis no, not that I. Know of I. Don't think he lives in Memphis. Detectives had to find Edward Another way, so they accessed heathers facebook account and minded it for clues and there. It was a profile with a last name attached and what was that name? Edward Roller Sohn. Police dial the phone number. They found for ED. He told them he lived five hundred miles away in eastern Tennessee and agreed to make the eight hour drive to Germantown to be interviewed detectives wondered how he made the trip once already that week to take heather away and most importantly. Could he tell them where she was now? Just because you've got somebody living five hundred miles away does not mean. that. They didn't have anything to do with this disappearance. Police recorded at Rawlinson interview during questioning had made a potentially important admission love her to death I would do anything for you know. One of the detectives asked me who would she call if she wanted to disappear me? I'd be here in coming hours. It took me to get here today. But he insisted heather never made that call. And there was more Ed told detectives. He was surprised by the first question. He was asked when initially contacted by the police. Detective called me. He says your girlfriend there. And I said yes. She's in the backyard. He said good, okay, so heathers, okay? It heathers not my girlfriend. She's a friend of mine. We've been friends for twenty years. So, if at an heather weren't an item and he was dating someone else what exactly was going on? The detective wanted to hear from you immediately. Once they learn name Oh. Yeah once. They knew important piece of the puzzle to them. Yeah. Detective learned from Ed that his relationship with heather went back decades long before heather married Chris. Ed said he and Heather met in nineteen ninety-three when they were both teens living in Florida at remembers. They fell fast for each other. It was young love. They say you don't know what love is, but. I do. Ed They dated for two years before he moved away, but that poppy law was something he never got over even after they're married. Where you still carrying that torch? Yeah, but I didn't really let it show. I respected heather too much. Around Heather's birthday in the spring of two thousand thirteen after she had lost all that Weight Ed, told detectives, he reached out to wish her well and got more than a thank you. Heather had big news. She and Chris had separated at that moment in her life. She needed a friend. And that was what I was there for. I I was there right when she needed me the most, but Ed said that shoulder to lean on soon turned into something more. Talking just listening to her problems, and then it just you know. Progress from their progress. In what way I, you know I'm a flirtatious person. and. Just. Became flirtatious detective. Kemp's scammed the recent tax between the two from Heather Cell Phone and it appeared that things that heated up even more a few days before she went missing, there was some sexual content. that. I had noticed Ed says it was heather who I turned the texting into sexting. What did you think is partly that? She. was in a highly flirtatious mood that day. I wasn't really quite sure. Did you buy? I bit. Detectives wanted to know how much and whether Ed was truly willing to drop everything to help heather start a new life in secret. No matter what it took I would protect her. Ed knew it probably didn't look good to police. I guess me admitting that I would hide her if if that's what she wanted. You know I can understand them saying that you know. Maybe he's hidden her. Did you hide her? Wish, did you drive to see heather that? No Where you with heather that night, no. Did. You have anything to do with her disappearance. Ed told police he was at home far away in eastern Tennessee, and revealed the despite those steamy texts, he and heather hadn't actually seen each other in person in years where disgust. Seeing each other. I guess it would have been well about another month. At, insisted to police had no idea where heather was, but he did give them a big clue. He told investigators that in fact he spoke to heather on the phone the very night she disappeared, and he heard something on that call that was alarming, then and even more alarming. Now I called her. She answered. and. Immediately I could hear. kind of arguing. Ed said he heard a man's voice in the background during that call. But whose voice was it? Coming up. Are you thinking. This could potentially be our last chance to to solve us. This was our shot. The pieces of the case are now to fall into place. And all those flirtatious texts turns out. They aren't at all what you think and he put that on my mind. When dateline continues..
"rawlinson" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Let a crisis go to waste you know as a Rahm Emanuel said the former mayor of Chicago so that's is that's what the Rawlinson Presley and all the rest of them are doing never letting a crisis go to waste the Manding that were release of the enemy Rachel Rollins says she's actually working on a lot of plans to get the the so called low level offenders out I mean low again it's all it's a lie it's laughable if it wasn't so dangerous to be letting these these are thinking about letting these people out of prison jail soon enough they'll be in prison right now they're just being held in a jail until they can be tried and convicted and sent to prison by jury of their peers of course experience the amazing benefits of super beats get a free thirty day supply free shipping and free nitric oxide strips the tester nitric oxide levels with your first purchase when you visit W. W. W. dot super beach radio dot com slash our that's W. W. W. dot super beach radio dot com slash how we Taylor what's the full question one of the results thus far will domestic air traffic be restricted next no I hope not anyway the seventy five percent think it will be seventy six percent okay eight four four five hundred forty two forty two all right here's my last police blotter fax a runner up for you this is from North Carolina Guilford county Greensboro with the American population fighting over single precious rolls of toilet paper met the coral virus out burst outbreak police in North Carolina uncovered nearly eighteen thousand pounds of commercial bathroom paper products inside a stolen tractor trailer Wednesday the fifty three for the driving and trailer was reported stolen locally the Guilford county sheriff's department said it was being used to transport nearly eighteen thousand pounds nine pounds of commercial bathroom paper products it was and it was discovered on I. forty in in a in a tractor trailer and North Carolina I'd forty that's the highway between our motto which along highway runs between Greensboro and Winston Salem that's where I'm familiar with it anyway Matt your next with highway cargo had mad eighty how he did Mike Bloomberg to spend six hundred billion dollars on his three month campaign I think was five hundred but yes it is three five hundred six hundred somewhere in there pretty soon you're talking real money back yes where where are the new Yorkers in the media calling on him and other people like him Dyer who earned money to run the vanity projects because they hate trump but they're not injecting it back into their communities Mike Bloomberg spending forty million is organization if you look at it ten tweet in African countries to stop the spread across the buyers he should be putting that money right back into your city and I can't believe no one calling about I think he I think he just announced the yesterday or today that he's going to spend eighteen million give it to the DNC to try to beat trump on top of the super pac money to be spending this is it it's absurd that Nolan of calling the people out I mean they they're calling it a war right now like Bloomberg should be in the front line going to York city and handy I I hate this you know because I don't like him out but he should be at the cash if you would want to get all this money to a dumb campaign to fight trump because trump beating golf you talked well I think he's more athletic he's just angry that trump did something that he couldn't go yeah don't you I mean it's the same thing with Mitt Romney did why do you think Mitt Romney hates Mitt Romney he couldn't couldn't get elected president his father couldn't even get the nomination and Donald Trump just waltzes end and in wins the nomination and the presidency any and who admits only revenge is to to vote too would vote to impeach him both the convict them on the impeachment it's ridiculous thanks for the call Ross you're next with a white car go ahead Ross how are you the following message just but tall Deval when you look at the statistical yen compared.
"rawlinson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The English become Americans it is now the winter of seventy six sixteen seventy six and the English are hard pressed Groton falls Sims berries abandon in Connecticut a woman named Mary Rawlinson is of ducted and will make a note because she later writes a bestseller seven years later the the the experience of being abducted with that new to the London readers when they fascinated with the stories professor I see absolutely fascinated by the minute thing that's the reason sometimes to distrust and a little bit I mean I think they they people really did have these really very extraordinary experiences of being you know taken captive from there and decide states in New England and and taken up into the mountains of force to survive in terrible conditions but the particular way in which those stories are retold full unit for the London market on the because these books printed in London and find their way over to to America to know there's a very particular appetite for tales we cannot just translating then they'd need nearly always are in just an exciting but the rules you know the designs to kind of needed to insights kind of righteous anger in the English and in the new English against what they see as a you know a particular treacherous and I'm grateful enemy it would not just be the two defeats that for but you know you think these terrible torches improvisations not all New England is Puritans but the Puritans ask where is god do they have an answer professor that's a that's a good question I think one of the things which is from eighteen ninety fourth right from the early days which the English have noticed is that the the Indians use sarcasm and so the idea that you know the English of preached this they they they come with a mandate from gold in order to to colonize America the idea that then they find themselves totally at the mercy of the Indians is it seems to be in the reporting this is a favorite kind of joke but because he couldn't remember the the the reason ons to this is there's a there's a classic peers announced today which is persons what we see in more than anything else is cold silence so the fact the gold seems to seems to be told nineteen then they understand is that this this is a stern father he still wants to discipline his children apple cares about them so in a sense that the treatments would be what is called woman's inflicting these tortures he defeated abandoned New England just didn't have it anymore it's a particular kind of puritan logic and not one we would necessarily shed at the the restrengthened and from the fact that they are being tested so used to being like gold even though indefinitely this is an angry killed by may Boston's bearing three to four a day and Benjamin charge will and it's from his wounds in the great swamp fight and he rallies again to start the search for match a calm matter comes manner stick on clear why bot he does they do eventually capture medical his wife and son and they track him down over several days and finally shoot him there's a very famous diary entry Philippus except is this understood by the Puritans to be victory or do they know the what do they think the war will continue a single use the nose knows that this is a war which is going to continue because what happens at the end of king Philip's war is it is it isn't no there's no reason to sort of a conclusive is almost this moment this is a war which changes shape and the moon's geographically says any sudden moves away from Boston say that if they missed most of him rushing about I want to gamble snippets of the war is over but that actually that you know the the initial space we can trace this right back to the early days of Virginia but as long as the English colonists wish to expand they will always be pushing against the traditional highlands and terror trees of the native inhabitants and he's always going to create conflicts from war so the the war does actually laying off today and the the the but the killing of medical needs so symbolically powerful the sink and again the the the the the courtesy to right there in history so this is the perfect moment where you can at least in the chapter is not quite the books the warriors for the second generation the professor writes what the Great Migration was for the first but the war continues and we moved to the Chesapeake colonies because here there are Indians rising up the dogs in particular and there's fighting in Maryland there's fighting the Virginia colony but most importantly the governor in Virginia as an aged man governor Sir William Berkley he believes in diplomacy to handle the front tier and that is rejected by a man named bacon always bacon why does he revolt I mean this part of the complexity of the stories in the final baking is actually one of the king's minister will be but he's not someone who is you know the who's who is very culturally and politically different from him but you know he's a he's a he's a plan to use it isn't mine a gentleman the someone who takes it upon himself to represent the interests of lance's who was feeling very deeply anxious about sticky about local native Americans and that their you know their livelihoods and their right to be that and he's a sort of you know he's the kind of rabble rouser lives rather reluctant one he's someone who does he get the following behind him but never really has much time for the multitude because he's a since the gentleman another say culturally he he sort of has a rule making more in common with his you know the man whose whose history is playing to this is all chapter three who is the the the English colonists there will be English imperial representative so in both even knows that you spent most of his life in Virginia yes the rise up against Berkeley in June of sister seventy six seventy seven now in June of seventy six bacon is arrested then he's pardon but in August he returns and he he he he puts James town under siege and then he destroys that why I know it's it's a good question isn't it he did that change Hallie's burned to the ground I mean this is this is part of the story this this so easily forgotten the actually the the English you know is unless there's right back to the early founding of Jamestown is the one of the English is the English colonists worst enemies of themselves they will always divided against themselves they they carry differences from England over to America is that the reason this which you sometimes get in in in in some retellings of this the political story but you know there is a certain homogeneity among fingers called me from there just different from those people in England particular imperial masters but this very divided amongst themselves and so that you know that the the bacon roaming is I mean it's not a it's not a particularly popular all on me because what foreman on these to go on the rampage and destroyed property who really want Peterson and I think most call in the field of the money has like fly just a minute professor will continue with bacon's rebellion professor Malcolm Gaskell the book is between two worlds I'm John back Washington one of five point nine FM WMAL did somebody say no no no we might be looking at a there are you sometimes it's.
"rawlinson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A bad line change there by the Rangers and Tampa they took advantage great recognition by Brayden point to see the it I mean of all five players changing for the Rangers and and it just take off of the ice and you saw we really see a speed they're getting getting up the ice and and get it behind the the Rangers D. there to put in a nice park on a silver platter pretty Kitty Kucherov he's not missing out doesn't look like Pat maroon is going to be back in this game I think the team just released the something and he got in a fight with Michael Haley early ani and that first period and the already playing without Anthony's really so bit shorthanded tonight yeah it's I guess it's a good thing that it go eleven seven because not valid be attended seven and you you no injuries are going to catch up with teams any point near they really were pretty fortunate with the forwards last year throughout the year not to have injuries and yet here we are we break point was a game time decision so rarely stop playing now or rude now goes out you don't you're in the city on the front half of back to backs and you know you're heading to Europe after the weekend too so there's a lot to kind of keep an eye on here over the next five days he would you make of that first period and we look for the second I can't wait to be looks still looks a little out of sync its ways that I thought it was a really good start once again apparently kind of derails whatever momentum you had early on in the game but you know they they have an opportunity here with with their forecheck and their ability to take advantage of a young team with this one goal lead but you gotta stop take apparently that's already too with that and we we keep harping on this but so does the coaching staff at some point you have to start taking these families out of your game because apparently kill we know what's going to approve but you can't keep put it under pressure like this he will take some questions during our second intermission reports thanks Greg all right that was Eric Rawlinson right there also to want to let you know that this segment brought.
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"rawlinson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Care dot com game two the Rockies in those Cincinnati Reds coming up on the K. away Iraqis radio network here's the latest from KO a news radio state patrol says a man has died after a crash on highway six in the golden area vehicle that went down and end up in the creek to private now morado says the driver appears to have been the only person in the car although divers it did search Clear Creek in case there were others avocados says investigators don't yet know why the car went into the creek highway six from golden west to highway nineteen closed while police investigate seedot engineers continue to develop a redesigned for the portion of eastbound highway thirty six that's developed a large crack we anticipate that this work likely extended into the work week spokeswoman Tamera Rawlinson says the highways closed east of Wadsworth drivers encouraged to find other routes between boulder and Denver this Rockies news updates sponsored by Cody Honda on Arapahoe road I'm David Kay okay away newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM US thirty six has been closed and what's worth as crews work to repair the high with a buckle from the heat there's no real time frame on when it will be re opened in golden six seventy still close between CO one nineteen and fifty eight that's due to a vehicle that crashed into Clear Creek became a fatal incidents of police will be on scene investigating for quite some time in a crash and self on I twenty five Thorton Avenue has traffic sold a look back two hundred fourth this rocky traffic updated sponsored by Colorado farm bureau insurance I'm Jack Ryan K. away newsradio Graveney as windows center of Littleton is the best when it comes to replacement windows if you're in.
"rawlinson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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"rawlinson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Four semis. And the number of confirmed fatalities is four Taikang Truman with Lakewood. Police says the driver of a truck who slammed into the vehicles backed up by an accident will face four counts of homicide. Can't stop doesn't stop and ends up. Colliding? With several cars, and as a result of that the fire ensues in and we have what everybody saw from the the videos truck driver. Hell Hellas ROI Lara Madero says from Houston, Texas. He's twenty three years old. He'll have his first quarter appearance. Tomorrow, I seventy in both directions in the area of Colorado mills will be closed through at least tomorrow the vehicles have to be cleared before we can really get in there. And and do our work cdot. Tim Rawlinson says cruiser inspecting damage to both the pavement and the bridge overpass at the Colorado mill sakes, we do expect some damage to the pavement. We don't know to the extent, and we are prepared to get in there quickly to repair to safely and quickly as possible. Again, I seventy in the crash area near Denver west will be closed in both directions until tomorrow. The Commerce Department says GDP grew at a healthy rate of three point two percent in the first quarter as Uber plans to go public drivers or planning at twelve. Our strike on may eighth drivers say they will protest or slow pay and few benefits Catholic leaders in Sri Lanka are canceling Sunday masses in the wake of last week's deadly bombings. It's a rite of spring for Colorado.
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"Six eighty s paulie MAC, creative. Tony and Shannon. Kayla of the stone foxes on KFI sports leader. We are back what a treat. That was. Paulie, MAC podcast. Continued dare I say. I don't know. Best guest of the year. Jack cast to date. Put Henry Rawlinson the conversation was pretty and Hamilton Laird Hamilton. The people that stopped by the Jack cast over the years. We really have. Well, they're lucky to be on with us. This is the third year of the Jack cast. I'm not applauding applauding our survival. By the way, subscribe to the podcast, please. Podcast on nineteen. I was I'm very excited for the for the big game on Sunday. Just want to say the big game. Right. Don't say the name bay area. QB bull. Tony I wanna say like it's time for the musical assignment of the day. So we're gonna do today is pick our favorite Chris Kelly production, something that we've heard either on the M V unplugged series. Yeah. That's our favorite performance from there or from SNL during his reign. Yep. So we're going to pick our favorite Chris Kelly production, batteries, ready, bad ass. I like it a lot. You all started this time. Okay. Because I I am. So when he revealed to us that he worked on all the unplugged or most of the unplug shows that just automatically like, I got warm fuzzies all through my my bones because those performances like I said the album chains in the program ones. They just are. They're so important to me to listen to very therapeutic. Just great records straight. Alright. Nice record. And they're also fun to watch. You know, like I said, they're all sitting down notice. How there's no Cardi B unplugged. Yeah. Nicki manashian for you could. Yeah. My generation bashed. I'm not gonna waste in the air jock jackass time on on Cardi B. I will say all the guys are usually sitting down except for Mr. Edward Vetter. Oh, yeah. He stands. I'm gonna say Pearl Jam unplugged when he played when they played the song porch. Okay. You like porch that Dan som-? Yes. They did a very gets up. He stands up. He's stands on top of the stool starts spinning around the stool. He writes, pro choice on his arm. Like, I remember that that was their imports. Yes. It was just that performance, man. The whole show. Yes. Fantastic. But when they went. During porch. Right. Thank you. Chris kelly..
Morrissey Postpones UK/Europe Tour Dates
"Who was separated from their parents as part of mr trump's zero tolerance approach there's been a big rise in the number of british people getting possible from other eu countries since the brexit referendum two years ago according to figures obtained by the bbc news last year almost thirteen thousand uk citizens took the nationality of one of the seventeen member states which supply data seven times the level in two thousand fifteen the immigration lawyer nick rawlinson isn't surprised by the figures they reflect rainy what we mean things today also referendum vote i'm ring looking for an opportunity to keep that doorway into europe by having not citizenship fail as we all now free to go things work anywhere live anywhere i think it's about freedom then on brexit which is really might the airline virgin atlantic has said it will no longer work with the home office to forcibly deport illegal immigrants it's face pressure from campaigners angry about the government's treatment of postwar caribbean migrants known as the wind rush generation morrissey has postponed next month's uk and european tour the thing is manager said it was due to logistical problems mercy has been criticized for making comments in support of tommy robinson the jailed founder of the far right group the english defence league and for criticizing the mayor of london dave haslam had organized the protest to coincide with a morrissey concert in manchester are becoming more and more concerned about his defending tommy robinson and support for far right organizations and a lot of comments made about sadique kahn for example i'm just cross the line that's the news now with the weather here's chris folks thanks a lot of talent and we're in for another hot and sunny day alot we'll start off required a bit of cloud across eastern areas so starting off with the forecast first of all for southeast england central southern england the midlands eastern england northeast england it's a cloudy start to the day with a few mismatch around as well that cloud wilbon quickly this morning to leave pretty much clearly sunny skies to take from the middle part of the morning on into the afternoon it's going to be hot and sunny day then temperatures about twenty three degrees around the east coast with the onshore winds inland highs could reach around twenty eight maybe twenty nine degrees celsius source oh yes feeling very hot in the sunshine here for south west england wales in northwest england for the most part is sonny starts the and that's the way the weather's gonna stay another very hot one temperatures peaking into the low thirties by thirty two degrees the top temperature today knowledge also enjoying plenty of sunshine highs of around twenty three degrees for belfast but around twenty eight or twenty nine for western counties and in scotland plenty of sunshine developing once the early morning cloud is broken away highs into the mid to high twenty s allen thanks kris now for a look at the papers and the times deals with the unvarnished assessment of one donald by another eight says the president of the european council donald tusk has warned that president trump has declared war on the international rules based order describing the eu nato and the world trade organization as bad for america a diplomatic source says mr tusk made the comments to e you leaders in brussels on thursday night the male believes that despite claims of the major breakthrough in migration policy even a cursory glance at e you deal announced in brussels is enough to tell you it won't work the paper says it has huge sympathy for the plight of migrants who are willing to go to desperate lengths to reach a promised land of europe but with no e you country volunteering to take more refugees under the new agreement the deal raises more questions than it answers there disturbing accounts in the daily mirror of the treatment of elderly people at the fourteen care homes in england with the worst care quality commission ratings it says frail residents have been left in urine soaked clothes filthy beds and had no baths or showers for weeks on end the research carried out by a law firm also uncovered cases where residents who are being prescribed the wrong medication the daily telegraph says tens of thousands of retired workers face cuts of their pensions after hmo identified errors in their record stretching back forty years the calculations by pension schemes mean retired workers with both public and private sector pensions face reductions to their payments in some cases retirement incomes could be cut in half and the weekend edition of the.