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Fresh update on "rupert" discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

01:31 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rupert" discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Our episodes deal with Sirius and often distressing incidents. If you feel at any time you need support, please contact your local crisis center. For suggested phone numbers for confidential support, please say the show notes for this episode on your app or on our website. Valder Thomas didn't sleep well on the night of Tuesday, April 25, 1978. That evening, her husband Bill and his brother Rupert had returned from a day of foraging for mushrooms in the bush near churro. A small south Australian township 90 kilometers northeast of the city of Adelaide. During that hunt, they had found something that vada couldn't stop thinking about. Partially buried under some light scrub, who was what appeared to be the leg bone of a cow. Although the brothers noted it as strange, they carried on mushrooming without giving it too much thought. When valde heard about the bone, she was rattled. The bushland surrounding truro was dry and brittle, and definitely wasn't suitable for cattle grazing. It was an inhospitable area for anything other than rabbits and a native wildlife. And vada couldn't recall ever seeing chaos during her previous visits out there. She went to bed thinking about the bone, and when she.

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"rupert" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:54 min | 1 d ago

"rupert" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Going to later go with wide screen and all of his story Oh yeah The lyrics are so Rupert home Exactly Exactly And so that was the flip a Jennifer tokens Well that came out in 1970 The first thing I did was flip it and play it out of the air Yeah I love it I'd like to find a copy of that Oh I'm sure I'm sure that's on YouTube Yeah the only thing I don't know is how to find things on YouTube but I don't know how to record things off YouTube Whatever little recording program you've got like everything in my world is Mac and so I'll put wave pad on there which is a really cheap little program And then I just I hit record and then I hit play on YouTube and it's going to capture it It can be on the same recorder Same computer It doesn't matter Oh okay Well I'll try I've got a Windows computer but I'm sure I'm sure there is an equivalent but I hate to admit I know windows I do but I know John saying you can download all your yes but I'm not about on the air to explain that So yeah that's why you can but you know I'll leave it to you to figure that out But otherwise you can capture them by recording them Okay Yes We used to have a program We used to use it doesn't work anymore So anyway there are things that will but you know the down and dirty way is just use something like wave pattern There's versions for PCs on that too That's in CH out of Australia And they're a great little program I use them for all sorts of stuff Okay I'll figure something out because I keep finding things I want but I can It's record them It's simple Oh okay And before I let you go I don't remember if I requested this the other night or not But the only one of the few Christmas songs can feel like can stand up and demented ones White Christmas the drifters Yeah I mentioned I think I mentioned that Yes I don't remember whether I did or not I will be I will be happy to drag that out Okay All right so yeah And Fran can't see it but there's a cute little video that's been around for about 25 years now on that version of white Christmas But a good one it is So yeah we'll make an exception to play that 8 8 8 7 6 5 5 9 three 88 88 Raleigh It's slow tonight I'll tell you what And so if you've ever wanted to go on a diatribe on the radio this is your opportunity Why not Otherwise maybe it's the phase of the moon which reminds me we're going to talk about moon phases And because the new moon is coming up yeah And you know about the law of abundance If not we'll review And yeah that reminds me I got to call Marian again to see when she can come and join us 888-876-5593 that's.

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"rupert" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

06:51 min | 2 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"Out to me. You'll find me on linked in facebook and twitter. Love to hear from you. So have you ever wondered when you're working with your bank for example and they send you a text message to authenticate your identification. What's going on behind the scenes of that text message today. We're gonna find out. And i'm pleased to welcome paul rupert. Who's the ceo of global point. View paul welcome to behind. The numbers did great to be here. Thanks very much for the invitation. The opportunity to have a conversation with you and your years this. Yeah my pleasure. Why don't you tell the audience a little bit about who you are. And then we'll dive in sure so i've been involved in the telecommunications business the mobile telecommunications business for a little over two decades i was able to get involved in it early on and helped launch one of the first. Gsm operator is in north. America which is now known as. At and t. And held a number of multidisciplinary roles including sea level roles. Both in fortune one hundred companies like. At but also private equity owned enterprises and even ranked cuckold startups building. Them out to building one out. Two billion dollar valuation all in the context of moving text messages so sms. As you just talked about in terms of how all this works can be kintu. Who builds the roads and who delivers the packages. And i've been involved in companies. That do both gotcha and one of the terms that i know. We're probably going to touch on. We probably should just define it. Right now is as a concept called. Cps communication platform as a service. What else do we need to know about that. Acronym soc- past is essentially a blending of the different types of platforms in which human beings all utilize to communicate digitally electronically via telecommunications and that includes Obviously the most prevalent is voice that we all have been using for century. Plus but now emerging relative to sms or text messaging and those recently obviously in the context of what we're doing right now is the use of video but also the use of direct connections with messaging applications such as whatsapp or line. Orca cal or wishing or fiber etc apple business. Chattan other one As well as email and now in emerging technology relative to artificial intelligence and machine learning being applied to what are called chat bots so see past essentially blends in all these different functionalities and platforms in which people choose to communicate with customers. they're friends etc As as they wish if you will yeah thank you for that. So companies are always trying to find ways to communicate with their audience and their their customers. Right ball where does the text message fit into that whole realm of communicating with customers. I'm a little bias. But i would say that a text messaging is past present and future relative to the engagement of n consumers or customers both on a consumer basis as well as on an enterprise base. And it's just going to become more prevalent now even have machine to machine tut messaging that occurs. So it's essentially the means in which as i say a customer. The company can retail to their consumers and give an amazing amount of flexibility as to how that consumer wants to engage with the customer. It all depends on the use case. But let's say for example. If you've got a warranty issue relative to your mac you might want to send them an email or you might want to send them a or mega telephone call or you can also use a text messaging to be glued gauge and by utilizing text messaging. It frees up the conversation and the resolution of you as a trouble. Ticket in the sensitive becomes a synchronous meeting. It's not me waiting for somebody to be freed up on the customer care side and then being able to present a problem that then gets addressed by a customer care representative who then may pass you on to technical representative which could last hours and instead you can send that text message in the same context of i've got a problem with and computers can actually the artificial intelligence of can actually determine your sentiment why you might actually be sending that text message and then it also will be addressed by customer. Care rep In the time allotted so you might send that text at six in the morning and he might get an answer six in the evening to be able to address that instead of you burning up your time and wasting your time for that interaction in eight. More synchronous motors. I call it yeah interesting. So there's there's the trade off there of the potential of reaching somebody immediately but we all know how that usually works when you get involved in any kind of a customer service loop but if you're dealing with the problem that you as the consumer feel is more urgent. Does that lag in time. The timeliness of the respond patchy determine again not only in the context of the criticality of the message and the type of use case so specifically in your example if you are engaging eight banking transaction and there is a a a charge allocated to your count and you want to be able to get that result immediately that would have a higher priority of engagement by the customer. Care rep or the customer care call center then if you were just making it inquiring about your ipod your ear pots and having an issue relative to after you throw them in the washer inadvertently in relative to your warranty. So there's a hierarchy in terms of the types of engagements. But as i mentioned earlier the other side of this the back end of it is the additional digitalization and automation of how to be able to address. Innocent customer care setting and they're even knock on effects for the customer care call center because call centers have about one hundred percent turnover about every three to four months according to those who are active in space. I've consulted to a couple of call center providers and so this kind of a synchronous activity alleviate some of the pressure on the call center representatives and they feel more satisfied in their job and they have a higher degree of performance in their job and they tend to stay on longer so there are a lot of secondary or knock on effects that are benefiting from the use of text messaging as an engagement tool. That's good stuff. So let's address that question that i alluded to in the opening if you don't mind paul. So when we're working. When i'm working with the bank and it sends me that text message asking me to enter. You know five or six digits to authenticate that. I'm really legit. What's going.

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"rupert" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

Three Wide No Cover

05:36 min | 2 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

"Against each other. And i get that argument but there's going to be different form on t. obviously zuccarello still in the bond at the moment. I don't think it was looking watching this rice. Going on a little bit wired. And i'm not saying zarella any superstar ada i think is going to be one boy left field where it is yet but the stage heresy to twenty four to three dollars sixty as many healed correctly code in the last fifty maters just started to curl up so i don't think he'd pushes to the mall. Looks like it's probably not gonna even get four nine hundred maters route onto the connections of bones a pillow. They did a good job debate here. I will listening to seven fifty extra g attending to six fifty dollar applying way to look for these rights. There's no real positively well when he won at sandown bonds appeal. It didn't right while that rice mark. The market didn't want it so that doesn't miss that doesn't gallon like that and rising could form just made this rice ornery. They went outside. I came home. Slow the winner of the season in this. Yeah i'm with you. They just worth not and it was a quarter of a second quicker than rice for which we get to nail which is rice for which was for the boys again. Half a second is standard time so again moderate to slow tempo. Here that come home. It'd be better twenty. Three four zero twelve seeks but. This was the slowest of the four. Four eight hundred mehta rices benny. And as we said the first eight hundred mehta's he was half a second slower than rice. Three lots i but was up. Feta nolan's going well far from twenty going at twenty five percent market expectation fourteen percent. So he's he's writing really well known. Just sit out really well. For loyd cyber l. point age you want to get your thoughts on this horse. Four twenty four dollars. Sweet sixty came down from coins lane. Craig williams roy would you locked him to probably hold delayed if he could think steinhorn thought. I think he would have looked at ron. I saw late. I'll win the rice just the way the rice was run and he went looking for the later and then there was a little bit of pressure from the f. Saw so he he took the seat but it didn't work for him but i'll tiki i. Even he would admit that if he had the tom again. You'd late in probably win the rice are. There's probably holes in these price where i'm thinking. I'm going to be a little bit more forgiving. Because i have run home. In indecent sectionals compared to the previous the phillies rice river plight was a whole. Who's coming out of that hot draft. I rice at sandia animals that four months really holding out. I'm not completely given up on it. Got back on a slow tampa was still solid through the law. And i'm thinking maybe it's looking for further. I think he can win. A coffee guineas or anything. But maybe if i go towards the darby or one of the eight hundred two the other major rice in the late up to weaken aitken one of them i think from a market perspective timpson was really well supported getting into seeks dollars. Fifty off a win at the provincials with iran. Really quick. Tom and come home good. Lost four hundred two hundred but it was only plying. So i don't really know what to guy from the you brought l. Point is probably the homeless that everyone's going to black book out of it and look at teamwork for crying probably should have won the rice but but we can get to the likes of ammo in those kinds of horses. I don't think nah. I don't think they're different gravy lawrence side. But we haven't really talked about the winner. A debt eight kathy. When kofi guineas eva goes forward and goes into food. Although sixty was well supported sort of had its at when it's always produces a two year old over four four hundred maters and then went and took on i think the produce against animal and cowan sorta was lift filing eisai. I think it's a it's the second rung. i think. I have a crack at it. I mean this is the data crack at a few guineas files and then anything doesn't come down or something happens. Who's the we know. Then that's the thing probably goes ordinary. Probably starting to go back to look at these fish weight up prices. We haven't gone that while trying to pick the best runs out of him. But yeah you just want to say something coming through the ranks writing really harley and then come there on guineas diane leave up to that writing from a boys perspective of the probably just spoke about the they won three of the last seven. The boys only one from they lost seven. Golden rose really has impacted. These preludes identing that whether it's two weeks before the guineas three weeks which it's going to be this year just doesn't have any impact. The best ones golden rising and if they still going come back to the coffee guineas. That's the way we'll be right for half a second inside standard time. good tempo. He twenty three four eleven weeks last. Four hundred two hundred general that are slowly half as the kick and it's a blessing in disguise because the k- for these horses you came in two thousand natives and he's gonna win plenty of rice's now. We will sort of critical him last time. We got to say general bo. But i think that's more of the fact that we just don't think he's eleven hundred. Twelve hundred made a group one horse. You can't say hasn't made us. He's gonna probably winning. Group one are recognized on the very critical of last forty probably hd ceiling. But just the way that. I wrote him on. Saturday is may be considered. What did i write him like that. I have a twelve hundred different instead of rodney up on the space. This rice is right. Had really well ran ren really well was probably you know entitled to win. The rice with the rod had General boat with that writing. It's gonna pretty sold set of writings. And just within rodney court is a little bit of data on. Maybe we'll get twelve hundred as i write a lot. That's a fair point. But i probably should listen to some of the things you say. And that's the stairs and made his run very different to eleven and twelve hundred meters. And sometimes you need a different horse and i think now. He's always has had three guys at affairs. Made is for two wins. I think that he's best. If came to that ellen's our gang while at the moment so he'll go to wanna call mart. Imagine i have to have a crash. Maybe can run a place. Yeah we'll be back after the break we're going to get to rupa clock stikes somewhere in.

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"rupert" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

Three Wide No Cover

02:14 min | 2 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

"A huge show of three widener cov While we were so excited to get back coalfield tomorrow group. one racing. Is this rupert clock strikes but there has been plenty happening over the past week in rising. There's never a dull moment particularly in the spring carnival and let's welcome in the tame pat. Gosh agan joel's vallance salmon marshaled. How you grayson up in a bat. Oh is three one night kevin. Cummings of file at this weekend but we go very good hoses in this amazing handicaps o'clock eighties cracking rice. Cracking addition. that's what probably makes rising unique in good. You got the uk and you've just got the white for age rising the coffee cup for longs and it is a true handicapped behemoth. Who's the last year that writing champ. And then you go down. Fifty two kilos who withdrawing the weaned. Get their opportunity ripping rice big field. That's what we love about destroying rising. It's really interesting. Isn't it when you're trying to work out the form on the o'clock stakes. Who's the win of their chances and there are plenty of underdogs against some of those that have been done that before. This shore grass. We may or may not have struggled to find a win last week. A few excuses here and there but one thing is for sure mama and brady. Privileges can his chad yesterday. He's continuing to the mitchell apprenticeship and sports but you can get six dollars any other jokey to win it winner of the first group one so then you season and shooting a three around as a change they won the big fella and we just changes your thoughts on patty wins. The what i'll share you. Dinner loves to cash from lunch from the. I'm just got us his la. That's a good talk that the white a good ten months to actually work at whether this is going to come to net so we can't white love what happens. We absolutely dirty. What about las week. really want to reflect on some of the results a couple of weeks back. We had every short price favorite. Get the job done not to be here except for one horse by the name of incentivize slash.

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What Lurks Beneath: The Legend of the Loch Ness Monster

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:14 min | 3 months ago

What Lurks Beneath: The Legend of the Loch Ness Monster

"The modern day fascination with old nasty started in nineteen thirty three when aldy mckay and her husband were driving along loch ness and we all know that lock is scottish for lake right so they were driving along the loc when less than a mile out in the water. Algae mckay reported seeing a tremendous upheaval on the lock which previously had been a calm as a proverbial mill pond. That was my scottish accent. Mckay said she saw what she thought looked like the body of some huge creature resembling awale rolling and diving churning the water into a bubbling foam. The creature was large enough that when it took its final dive under the water sent out huge waves. Mckay and her husband stayed on the road for half an hour waiting to see if they would spot whatever it was again. But in that time it never resurfaced the only paper that ran a story about the mckay. Strange encounter was the inverness. Corier other than that. No one seemed very interested less than three months later married. Couple mr and mrs spicer. We're driving south along loch mess. When they claim to see a huge prehistoric creature. Cross the road in front of them headed toward the lake according to an interview. The spicer's gave to rupert gould. Who wrote the first book about the loch ness monster. The creature had a long neck and a low thick body about four or five feet high. Mr spicer said he couldn't see legs or tail but he did see something flopping up and down which he later thought was a tail curled around toward the front of the animal. The couple said they couldn't tell if they're creature entered the water because their view was obstructed. And they couldn't hear anything over the sound of their engine. The author gould however claimed to have been watching the lake the same day. The spicer's say they witnessed this thing cross the road and he confirmed that the water was particularly choppy and noisy at roughly location. The spicer's claim they saw the animal. Gould went into the interview skeptical but based on their description and a drawing. Mr spicer made he came out. Short that the spicer's were telling the truth and had in fact seen the loch ness monster.

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"rupert" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

08:09 min | 4 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Prepared and outnumbering the royalist so they absolutely mopped the floor with them. They the parliamentarians won this battle rupert. During the battle his horses shot under him and so he hides infield of beings which feels like a piece of folklore doesn't it but that's what he does does it really does. And you know the pamphlets kept coming and one of them that came out later that month Said the folly said a valium soldier who had skill and necker mansi saul boy and killed the dog. Possibly shooting in with brass buttons was considered. I guess like a silver bullet kinda situation where we'll fools was supposed to be. It was supposed to be a magical weapon. I guess is the implication right The the real story feels accounts differ but it looks like when they were fighting boy had been tied up in the royalist cap. But somehow got free and went to find. Went to find grouper her person but she didn't make it and it turns out that sadly she was not bulletproof and expired on the field of battle knowing scher. What happened to boy's body but back to mark soil. He has an interesting suggestion. He says you know what. If the parliamentarian soldiers knew that this poodle was boy. Wouldn't they of wanted to take the body with them as a trophy. it's the most. It is the most famous dog in england at the time by far. Sorry i don't even know if there's a second place well you gotta wonder to. Maybe there was a a sense that they could harnesses abilities even in death. Don't know maybe they weren't they. Maybe i'm just too much To fantasy and sci fi and fun fact Boy was actually one of the oldest living. London dogs Have been detailed in store records of the time and that because it had very specific data about its birth breed color and the exact date of his death. Yeah yeah and this story is still told today to a lot of school kids in england but according to marx toil all. We have really. We don't have a ton of evidence all we have fragments of evidence and the propagandist campaign about the dog. This is this. This whole kerfuffle is kind of fake news at least in the propaganda aspect of it and it didn't stop. That's the thing when boy passed away unfortunately very sad. When boy passed away propagandists kept printing pamphlets about this they did it was good fodder. It was It gave folks something to fear and despise. Oh and this is when he turns black Okay maybe it's because It was you know somehow reanimated unholy or something like that you know come from the great beyond sort of like when gandalf becomes goes from gandalf the great again off the white you know but like in reverse I could see that So yeah i get like black phillip for example the The demonic goat in the film. Dave eggers film or the robert eggers film rather the witch. So that makes sense. It was really kind of leaning into this. Whole idea of it being a A satanic demon from from the pit. So yeah we actually have a publication of one of those pamphlets that we have a record of call dogs elegy or rupert's tears and that was published in july of sixty forty six and sort of starts to build on that mythology because apparently you know history mag the bbc piece that we referenced as a really makes a really great point that in death. The dog was even more useful than in life for this propaganda war because now they could say whatever they wanted about. And there'd be no way for anyone to her or have it be backed up. It was absolutely just the perfect storm of like generating these like larger than life stories about this This cursed creature and so the royalists. They never really seemed to mention boy again. Because i think for them. They realized that their joke kind of backfired and now the know parliamentarian pamphlet tears. We're using this against even still i think they were probably dislike kind of tired of it at that point. Yeah and it also would probably feel like bad form to continue propaganda for this poor guy's dog. We're still alive. Rupert relies so he probably goes back. Yeah sad about this. You know an hall has people. I didn't want to didn't want you know. Poor salt on the wound. Yeah so sixteen forty-six as royalists caused collapses ruper high tails it for the european continent and eventually after the restoration of the monarchy. He returns to england and he is buried at westminster abbey in sixteen eighty. Two by this time. Boy is old old news and no one is really talking about this pooch until the eighteenth and twentieth century when scholars rediscover the satirical text of john cleveland. And you have to think this is something that stall. Ask in history extra. You have to think how tickled jon. Cleveland would have been to know that the joke he started way back in sixteen forty two would still be around today. Luckily we have a better understanding of it. Of course you know while. I've yet to see magic dog if you have one or proof of one i. I think we'd all love to see if you have a dog that can change shape. That's i mean. Do a little video clip. He's mad you can send all of that and more to us in our apparently working email which is ridiculous. I heart media dot com. Thanks as always to our super producer. Max williams thanks as well to casey grim. Thanks own devil dog. Jonathan strickland aka. The who i have a feeling won't be returning. There's a restaurant in my hometown of augusta georgia knuckle. Sandwiches always thought very cute name and they do a really fantastic spicy hot dog. Call the devil dog. I'm have to ask if it was named after a boy hilarious person. You're talking to the restaurant. Owner says yes. You know really. I only run a restaurant to support my primary love which is learning more about the english civil war. I think we need more history themed restaurants where like each food item in some way teaches you a lesson about revolution revolution in t- Let us know your history. Themed restaurant ideas or any food related history. Puns again ridiculous iheartmedia dot com so happy that it exists to say one more time ridiculous. That iheartmedia dot com. You can also have on social media individually. I am how now nicole brown on instagram. You can learn more about my misadventures. My ongoing research where. I'm at been bowling on instagram. Also i got a bone to pick with you guys. Because i went to the trouble of getting that email address setup and i don't think i'm getting it so i'm gonna try to fix it but word on the street is maximal. Conc- them so again. I know i know you sent that test the other day and it came right through to me. And max that is absurd. We'll give it a try ridiculous stories. Hopefully then will get them. And if it doesn't i promise you ben we will forward them to you immediately. But let's get to the bottom of that big. Thanks to ease jeffco. Big thanks to christopher hussy otis. Big thanks to boy for puddle issue is sometimes called. Just you can't be having cruel dog you know something aspire to. I'd love to see people's.

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"rupert" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Is. She was down to ride. She was ride or die for rupert. That was her human. And you can see these accounts of rupert and boy going on hunts together. it's very pixar. You know what i mean. It's very like i act of disney pixar film. So they know that like you would set earlier. They know that this was definitely a working dog hunting dog because their stories about the dog helping them. You know hunt deer of whatnot but this is important because it carries on two boys behavior in war right like that. Those same sets.

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"rupert" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

02:15 min | 4 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Talk a little bit about how how boy gets on the scene so like we said because of his high social status rupert is being treated better than your garden variety prisoner. And there's a guy an englishman named the earl of arundel who is an old old friend of the family and he says you know what's going to help rupert out here. He might feel a little less less down on himself if he has some company. So i'm going to send him a copy. This was a different time. I hope everybody knows today. That if you send if you give someone a dog as a gift in less you know explicitly. What kind of dog they want. And they've set it then. You're not giving them a gift. You're giving them a responsibility but this this was a different circumstance and The reason i said this guy and then changed it to this. Dog is because even though they named the dog boy she was female and like nole said she is. She was down to ride. She was ride or die for rupert. That was her human. And you can see these accounts of rupert and boy going on hunts together. it's very pixar. You know what i mean. It's very like i act of disney pixar film. So they know that like you would set earlier. They know that this was definitely a working dog hunting dog because their stories about the dog helping them. You know hunt deer of whatnot but this is important because it carries on two boys behavior in war right like that. Those same sets of skills are helping helping. Boy i wanna say but also have to ask do you think. Like how active do you think boy really was is as we'll see. This is kind of a tough question to answer. I don't know. I mean it's like it would take some really specific training to train a poodle To more than retrieve ducks like attack. Go for the throat. But there are all. These would cuts of Prince rupert and boy where he was so he's brand right. Was like so tied to this dog that you knew just from like they're kind of proximity in these images Who we were dealing with.

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Prince Rupert and His Poodle

Ridiculous History

02:15 min | 4 months ago

Prince Rupert and His Poodle

"Talk a little bit about how how boy gets on the scene so like we said because of his high social status rupert is being treated better than your garden variety prisoner. And there's a guy an englishman named the earl of arundel who is an old old friend of the family and he says you know what's going to help rupert out here. He might feel a little less less down on himself if he has some company. So i'm going to send him a copy. This was a different time. I hope everybody knows today. That if you send if you give someone a dog as a gift in less you know explicitly. What kind of dog they want. And they've set it then. You're not giving them a gift. You're giving them a responsibility but this this was a different circumstance and The reason i said this guy and then changed it to this. Dog is because even though they named the dog boy she was female and like nole said she is. She was down to ride. She was ride or die for rupert. That was her human. And you can see these accounts of rupert and boy going on hunts together. it's very pixar. You know what i mean. It's very like i act of disney pixar film. So they know that like you would set earlier. They know that this was definitely a working dog hunting dog because their stories about the dog helping them. You know hunt deer of whatnot but this is important because it carries on two boys behavior in war right like that. Those same sets of skills are helping helping. Boy i wanna say but also have to ask do you think. Like how active do you think boy really was is as we'll see. This is kind of a tough question to answer. I don't know. I mean it's like it would take some really specific training to train a poodle To more than retrieve ducks like attack. Go for the throat. But there are all. These would cuts of Prince rupert and boy where he was so he's brand right. Was like so tied to this dog that you knew just from like they're kind of proximity in these images Who we were dealing with.

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"rupert" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

07:53 min | 4 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Feeling catholic. That's a hard pass but the puritanical nature of rupert's opponents in these battles is really what leads to the kind of propaganda around him and his dog in particular He gets us actually. Gifted this This white poodle which is actually bred to be a hunting dog. They were bred to retrieve ducks or other. You know game birds you know when they were shot down over water usually and They're kind of little velcro. Like curls that you see i mean you know w poodles can be groomed in bizarre elaborate ways but typically dislike a short hair poodle. That doesn't have like pompoms shaved into have these curly almost knit like coats. Yeah very rarely very dance. Exactly and very good for keeping them warm but also Increasing their buoyancy which allowed them to be very effective at retrieving those birds. Yeah yeah and at this point a bit of foreshadowing ridiculous historians. It is important to note that while he was incarcerated. Some soldiers from the austrian side started spreading these rumors. That rupert had supernatural abilities. We will call superhuman abilities today but to them. This was the result of magic. He was invulnerable to bullets what they called shots. Free said the like fired at him at point blank range and it wasn't that their weaponry was flawed. It was that this guy was somehow immune to bullets which is a nice. It's a nice ruber to have about you. Although it could come back to bite you as now. I'm going to test theory out Blast the sky point blank range. And that's exactly what was claimed was claimed that he could take shots Up close and instill walk away unscathed. I love the idea of shot. Free being kind of timing version of bulletproof. Yeah and they thought this is the thing though. They didn't just make this about a whole cloth. Right people really believed throughout the area at this time they really believe there was possible to use magic to make yourself shot free. let's say shop. Free instead of bulletproof. I like that totally really quickly. Right up front is when the list some amazing sources that we after this episode. We've got history extra. An article called the prince and his devil dog. And this is a piece. Actually for the bbc's history magazine and also bbc history revealed We have a lovely little article from the vintage news about boy. The magical dog of prince rupert of the rhine and we also have a great one from allison one of our favorites. Three hundred and seventy five years later. English schoolchildren's still learn about magic propaganda. Dog my nerik. Grunt hauser and a few others that will list along the way but those are the big ones. I'd like to shout out. Some specific lease mark soil. Also wrote a book about this Called i'm not gonna give the full title till the end but it's called the black legend of prince rupert's dog and then there's a there's a book will pull a little bit from that was published in sixteen forty three called observations opponent. Prince rupert's white dog called. 'boy carefully taking tb for the purpose employed by some of quality in the city of london. I'm reading from very old copy. Yeah i believe that's a pamphlet part of this Propaganda start to see Waged against Rupert and his dog boy so he gets the dog and immediately they're inseparable it like is by his side brings it to several battles He really starts to get involved in the in this campaign against parliament's right. This episode of ridiculous history is brought to you by fruit of the loom. Did you know that eighteen. seventy one. The name of the loom received. Us trademark number four eighteen one of the first five hundred ever created from the united states. 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Listen to art bust scandalous stories of the art world wherever you get your podcast. This episode of ridiculous history is brought to you by american express business american express business offers a line of cards packed with features and benefits like membership rewards points flexible payment options employees cards and much more to help take your business further because with needs like yours. You need a car. Designed for business built for business by american express. Don't do business without it. Terms of plot learn more at american express dot com slash business cards. Yeah yeah let's let's talk a little bit about how how boy gets on the scene so like we said because of his high social status rupert is being treated better than your garden variety prisoner. And there's a guy an englishman named the earl of arundel who is an old old friend of the family and he says you know what's going to help rupert out here. He might feel a little less less down on himself if he has some company. So i'm going to send him a copy. This was a different time. I hope everybody knows today. That if you send if you give someone a dog as a gift in less you know explicitly. What kind of dog they want. And they've set it then. You're not giving them a gift. You're giving them a responsibility but this this was a different circumstance and The reason i said this guy and then changed it to this. Dog is because even though they named the dog boy she was female and like nole said she.

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Lincoln Project Slams Fox News and Rupert Murdoch for 'Killing Americans'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 4 months ago

Lincoln Project Slams Fox News and Rupert Murdoch for 'Killing Americans'

"Get back to the studio. I know you'll prepping furiously. Somebody wants to talk on this issue. Our good friend. Leonardo in new jersey line for welcome leo i. Yeah that's incredible david chipman. I'm sure you've heard the other clip of him right speaking of some digs a. Can you define an assault rifle. He can't this guy he wants to run the atf. And he conned. Define the thing. He wants to ban leo. He's he's a real frigging genius. What working weapon. What working weapon isn't a lethal weapon. He he's just a genius. But i wanted to say that you know. I heard that clip of him. And i think you'll recall it and i said i have told you that we have Family are luma n- first world war Rifle stock lugar that my dad brought out the were running with general patton rate so i listened and i said where did i put it so right away. Maybe a deplorable and a tiger king. I i wanted to look behind my two. they can and the beef jerky you know the clip. I'm talking about the boating accident with your lugar leo. Did you have a boat sudden boating accident. Yeah it wasn't there. So i got you know. I panicked then. I realized you know where it was. I had hollowed out a watermelon and it was in the produce with collard. Greens and my black-eyed pea. So i found it. Why did he say stuff like that. This guy is a disgrace and why we're talking about scumbags and disgrace. I just got to say for new jersey to try to free the state up fully murphy. Leany should go back to check this. His

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Tokyo Olympics: Officials Report First Covid Cases in Athletes' Village

BBC Newsday

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Tokyo Olympics: Officials Report First Covid Cases in Athletes' Village

"Now before the opening of the Olympics, and there's a number of athletes and officials testing positive, of course now Tokyo itself has brought in emergency measures. There's talk of being basically 1/5 wave of the virus in Japan and Rupert Wingfield Hayes has been speaking to some of the senior officials and joins us now but first, Rupert, can you bring us up to date with Not only who and how many have have tested positive, but also if we know anything about how they contracted the virus. What can you tell us? So the number we're talking about now inside the Olympic bubble 55 confirmed cases of covid testing positive. Um in the Olympic village yesterday, three people, So that's the first cases inside the Olympic village of actual athletes, and that's three members of the South Africa. South African football team tested positive Two players and one coach. And then today we've heard the team G B. So the Great Britain team eight members of that team have had to self isolate after arriving in Japan because they have had close contact with someone who tested positive on the flight over from London to Tokyo. There But none of those members of team of team GB have tested positive themselves yet and we hope obviously they don't but they are being told to isolate and they'll have to go through several PCR test before they can get back into training, so that's the sort of disruption inside the Olympic bubble. Outside. We're getting daily numbers of over 1000 new cases of covid amongst the general population in Japan every day now

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"rupert" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

02:52 min | 6 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"I hope i i hear there is. I'm i'm quite sure they will be just the sort of note about these wonderful characters and just how you how you decided to let them into connect and as you say never never quite too much but there is this wonderful linkage through. It happened really organically. I mean i've i've sort of a moment ago. I described the way in which i write. And i'm i'm sort of with louise bourgeois. The you know the artist on this you know she wants said i trust my unconscious completely. Mount consciousness my friend. I actually use the word intuition rather than the unconscious feel i. Didn't i think of myself as an entirely intuitive writer. So that's what's so wonderful about that first draft. You're kind of thinking okay. I'm going to go with whatever i have and i'm going to trust it and before prior to this interview. Actually i went back and just skimmed through a still have the first draft of the stories. It's amazing the extent to which it's all there already and the sentences aren't good enough you know and there are some links that haven't been made towards that pretty much. There and i was quite surprised by that. Because i was thinking i'd i'd sort of built them up gradually over the last ten years because every time i had a two week or three week gap in something. I'd go back to one of the stories and rewrite it but you know this. So much of what happens when you write as mr is mysterious to me I don't sometimes. It feels like the writing is coming from somewhere deep inside like the very back of your head deep inside your heart or wherever it is and then other times. It feels like it's coming from outside. And you're kind of transcribing something. It often felt like that with barcelona dreaming. You know that. Because i was trying to capture the city it was as if the city new i loved it and it was going to tell me stories about itself. It felt at sounds a bit spooky. I know but it just felt like that at certain points. You know not quite like being dictated to. But as if i was transcribing something that already existed or something. That already happened how the city loves you. You love the city and we love you and this book report thompson. Thank you so much thanks georgina. Thanks for having me bustle. Energy mean is published by hachette. You've been listening to meet the writers. Thanks to the production team of nor whole and sophie. Monaghan combs you can download this show and previous episodes from our website or app from soundcloud mixed cloud or i tunes georgina. Tina godwin funky listening..

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"rupert" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:37 min | 6 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Weirdly. i decided to write about it Which is something. I've never done before and really had no idea what i was going to write. All i had was the idea of a woman being woken up in the middle of the night by the sound of a man crying. And it's coming from the underground car park beneath where she lives and she goes to investigate what it is and the story begins. But that's all. I had you know i really didn't know where the book was gonna go or or what the stories we're gonna be or or or that. They were going to be three stories. So you know an my books tend to be like that. They're always these journeys into the unknown. I think that's i guess that's the site of writing i love most. You know this idea of exploration of a journey into the dark. You don't you crash you take wrong. Turnings you've no idea where you're going to end up but it doesn't matter because i'm going to be able to have another draft and another and another one too so you know. The book began in that very odd way almost like as a kind of way of capturing was like says on the back love letter to the city. It's it's sort of began that way but it but it's a very dark and light love letter now you know. There's a lot of darkness in the book was he. I mean i follow the story. I was going to say about the giant. yes well there was a giant and real-time. Yeah well i mean there was. There was a very tall man who lived in the area of i lived in and i did see him one night. I did come round a corner and see him so you know. That is real. The chest of drawers isn't from siberian. Would cut down midnight in the meantime. That's right but i mean that's what i wanted. What i was after and i don't know whether i quite got this. But there's a writer. I adore could Is that katina's also known. As currently she wrote out of africa. That's not a book on particularly fond. Of but i love the winter's tales and the other short stories she wrote and they have this kind of quality of fable or fairy tale. Almost an i read. I read them again and again. And i never really understand what they're about and they have magical elements and real elements mixed and i sort of see the book of it like fat. I mean it's in the same way as i put real people in it you know. You've got ronaldinho ronaldinho in that. You know who might. Us publisher never heard says she thought that the friendship was a real one whereas anyone knows who ronaldinho is would realize that that's impossible is terrifying. That section really scary. They'll kind of dissent kind of alcoholic madness just so well written. It's it's it's the funniest story though. I think you know. Because when the police stop him he's driving along a motorway nakedness. Any because not quite sure. why But i i i. There is sentences of their that. Still make me laugh like that. One about He wakes up from a long night out and thinks the ball's already opened. I'm gonna miss my day session. And then he says something like. Luckily i'd gone to bed my clothes so it didn't have to get dressed saving time. Close that he thought he'd lent to ronaldinho very often. It's a sad story as well that one. I mean it's a story of self delusion. You know an an i. I think of it in terms of also in terms of the swimmer john. Cheever's wonderful story the swimmer where maybe some of your listeners have seen the film of lancaster you know where he..

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"rupert" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

04:45 min | 6 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"I mean i fell off my chair when i go they. They didn't say exactly same words but they were. They were amazed to see that time captured. And your your relationship with them not particularly the one from him you. You're estranged the interesting thing is. I wasn't actually doing them any favors in the book. Either you know there were things. I didn't say but i was presenting them in a fairly harsh light at certain points and you know there was a lot of bad behavior for a good reason. We were morning but some of the things we did went. Put that proud of it taking the entire contents of your deceased father's medicine cabinet. We did that. I think most of them were stale. That it didn't do anything. There was worse than that. Though there was the scene in the cinema. I went go into now but the no the extraordinary thing was people sometimes ask what books have changed your life and weirdly the books that have most changed my life a to type written sounds a bit you essentially centric but i mean it like that. I mean the memoir did because it sent me in search of this brother. I hadn't seen for a long time and it sent me to try to find him where he was working a banker and there was this extraordinary moment when i first saw him as i say the gap between twenty three years and i suddenly sitting across from him and every time i looked away all i could see was the person he was when i last saw him. He was twenty two. I think then. So i kept seeing this twenty two year old and then i look back and he was forty eight and it was really hard to get those two faces to to Come together you know in the in the present version of him but there was this extraordinary blood connection insofar as there. We were sitting across the desk from each other and there was an immediate report. A kind of a sense of humor. That i have in common with my other brothers well so and then we've traveled together since you know. He turns out to be a wonderful. He's a great person to travel with for research. So i did. I did this. Novel called catherine carlyle published in two thousand fifteen part of which takes place in russia and it was a country. Never been to speak the language and my brother. Rory studied russian university. So i said you wanna come along for a week. Know we're going to go some really depressing places. You know heavily industrial industrialized cities and will end up in the north west of russia's somewhere on on the white sea he said sounds wonderful so we traveled together and sleep in single beds in these rooms and he'd wake up in the morning and said and say so. What are we doing today and say well. We've got to try and get into a russian police station. And he said well. Most people try to avoid that. But i mean he was wonderful. He you know for the for the book set in shanghai which came last year under the pseudonym. It's called envy k. I sent a list of twenty three questions to him. You know and he more than answered them all so that book had to be dedicated to him. And do you think that and vk which was published as you say. His temple drake was written under student him to guess away..

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"rupert" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

05:25 min | 6 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"This is meet the writers. I'm georgina godwin. My guest today is always been enthralled by the written word. He wrote poetry as a child as a teenager completed. One hundred and fifty mile bicycle pilgrimage. To follow the words of thomas hardy since then. He's gone onto right. Thirteen novels and an award-winning memoir. As well as contributing to the financial times the guardian and the london review of books his new novel story of addiction. Racism celebrity immigration and self delusion is set in barcelona..

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"rupert" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

05:21 min | 6 months ago

"rupert" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"You know because. Because i'm living in. I'm living in some dropping out of that was mentioned. In in huddles amazing hall. Yeah that's I'm visions of some points out. The second part is unlikely. Richmond's quite nice. So i could help you always about that. I did at the stage. I'm at the moment. I would never dream of running applies. I just think yeah just like good at it though. Dude yeah because a lot of a lot of thing about the teaching thing is about communicating and in the end patches is all about communicating. Go vision to to others. I think it would be the kind of enjoy doing the failed stunning this stage now. It's i like. If i've got anything i can go to any of the other guys get some advice thing outfit. If i was the boss on needs beginning always answers that. I just don't feel the i have with still while rule learning rx dental practices rule. Still learning that boss but nothing is well. I've got a lot of loyalty to nick and sarah because of the way the ended up there. It's very much so they took a took a chance on me in more than on over the moon's working in a place like back fulltime the stage my credit i am. Is it your first first private guilty. Yeah yeah so a started. I started the two months after finishing update on saturdays. Because i met sarah sharing fda whilst on a day one tickets for it was in birmingham. I was in how we going to get. You can apply for them as dana ray all weekend. Afterwards i'll be right. A woman then ended up chattan to this day day. The and then a year later starred in south today's and then a year later started shadowing nick on wednesday morning. And then saying it just sort of when the about so it just sort of fell into place that way and i just yeah. I'm so happy to be where i don't think ought to change of pace from. Nhs to private told me about how that felt the first day. 'cause that's a great day scary day to nice. I mean the actually doing it. Switching over full time was that was. The big change rather been went on started. Just doing some subsidize Because try and get in the mode of even when you're doing you and it just subsidize trying to book in more of his private work and things like that so i was just doing the old sightings accident fill light back not big step when it was suddenly all the time just doing private not definitely felt like a big big change because it was. Un sort of coming off the the russia doing like fancy patients and then going the next day of divine agents and they are..

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NASA Will Launch Two Spacecrafts to Venus

BBC World Service

02:04 min | 6 months ago

NASA Will Launch Two Spacecrafts to Venus

"Or Rupert Wingfield Hayes there? Now let's go back more than 30 years to a key time for space exploration. After a 15 month long cruise, the Magellan spacecraft will go into orbit around Venus Jelen will orbit Venus for one Venus Day equal to 243 Earth Days. Well, that was from 1989 1 of the most successful missions of its kind. It was the first spacecraft to take pictures of pretty much the entire surface of Venus before it burned up in the fiery atmosphere about five years later, now the US space agency Has announced to new missions to the planets. NASA's administrator is Bill Nelson. Very Tass Truth. And eventually, plus These two sister missions, both aimed to understand how Venus became an inferno like world capable of melting lead at the surface, So after all, the focus of late being on Mars Why Venus now question for our North America correspondent David Wyss. Despite the fact that Venus is the closest planet to earth and similar in size and mass and density and composition. It's received less attention than Mars and other destinations in the solar system in recent years, primarily because it's so hot, it's dense atmosphere traps heat from the sun, and that leads to temperatures. Of more than 470 degrees Celsius in some places, but scientists have long believed that Venus may once have harbored. Seas of surface water potentially suitable for life before unknown forces triggered that extreme greenhouse effect, and their interest was rekindled recently when astronomers said that they detected compelling evidence for the presence of a molecule in the clouds around Venus called Falls Feen, which would seem to

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OHCHR Call for New Peace Efforts in Occupied Palestinian Territory

UN News

01:35 min | 7 months ago

OHCHR Call for New Peace Efforts in Occupied Palestinian Territory

"The un rights office wage appealed on tuesday for a redoubling of efforts to restore calm in the occupied palestinian territory after airstrikes and days of clashes between protesters and israeli security forces. The ongoing violence marks a dramatic escalation of tensions linked to the potential eviction of palestinian families from east jerusalem. Un secretary general antonio guitarist has expressed his deep concern at the situation while the security council held an emergency meeting on monday in geneva you and writes off his spokesperson. Rupert colville cited reports more than nine. Hundred palestinians were injured between the seventh and tenth of may in east jerusalem and over two hundred in the west bank most by israeli security forces. He also noted that palestinian armed groups had launched at some two hundred fifty rockets towards israel in the past twenty four hours with at least seventeen. Israeli civilians reported the injured. This use of indiscriminate weapons is strictly prohibited under international humanitarian law and must immediately the chr officials said s strikes had been carried out in. Gaza is rarely defense forces. Mr colville continued citing reports that twenty four palestinians had been killed including nine children and one woman his mr colville now. Israel must respect international humanitarian law in particular the cardinal principles on the conduct of stabilities namely distinction proportionality precautions any attack including s. Strikes should be directed solely at military objectives and all feasible precautions must be taken to avoid civilian deaths and injury and damage to civilian

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North Korea Withdraws From Tokyo Olympics Due to COVID-19 Fears

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

North Korea Withdraws From Tokyo Olympics Due to COVID-19 Fears

"In Japan over the Tokyo Olympics after North Korea announced it was pulling out to protect its athletes from Corona virus. Games. Organizers has said to be extremely anxious over Pyongyang's withdrawal, fearing more countries may follow suit His Rupert Winfield Hayes, North Korea has now said it is pulling out of the Tokyo Olympic Games because of fears for the health of its team and the organizers of the diving World Cup have canceled their event in Tokyo later this month. Similar reasons. All of this does not bode well with less than four months to go until the Tokyo Games are due to open, But the biggest threat to the games comes from a new wave of covert infections. Monday, Osaka recorded more new infections for that city than on any other day since the pandemic began.

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News Corp. buys Houghton Mifflin Harcourt books division

WBZ Afternoon News

00:22 sec | 8 months ago

News Corp. buys Houghton Mifflin Harcourt books division

"The second time in a week, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp is on the prowl this time snapping up the consumer Division of Boston Book publisher Houghton Mifflin. Heart chord. It's nearly $350 million deal giving News Corp access to some high profile authors. It follows a deal to buy investor's business daily. As for Houghton Mifflin car cord, it will now focus on its education, publishing and digital

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VW to Seek Damages From Former CEOs in Diesel Scandal

RMWorld Travel Connection

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

VW to Seek Damages From Former CEOs in Diesel Scandal

"Folks like and is seeking damages for their role in the diesel emissions scandal that cost the German automaker billions of euros and a hefty dent to its reputation. VW said once damages from ex chief executive Martin Venter, corn and Rupert Stutler, the former head of its Audi brand on account of breaches of the duty of care under stock corporation law. Company didn't specify the amount of damages it would seek. BW reviewed millions of documents conducted hundreds of interviews and concluded that negligent breaches of duty had occurred by the two executives. Keith Peters reporting the 91st Major League

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VW to Seek Damages From Former CEO in Diesel Scandal

Bob Zadek

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

VW to Seek Damages From Former CEO in Diesel Scandal

"W going after two of its former executives, Volkswagen is seeking damages for their role in the diesel emissions scandal that cost the German automaker billions of euros and a hefty dent to its reputation. W. Said it wants damages from ex chief executive Martin Venter Corn and Rupert Stutler, the former head of its Audi brand on account of breaches of the duty of care under stock corporation law. Company didn't specify the amount of damages it would seek. The W reviewed millions of documents conducted hundreds of interviews and concluded

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VW to Seek Damages From Former CEO in Diesel Scandal

Mark Levin

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

VW to Seek Damages From Former CEO in Diesel Scandal

"Is going after two of its former executives looks like it is seeking damages for their role in the diesel emissions scandal that cost the German automaker billions of euros and a hefty dent to its reputation. VW said it wants damages from ex chief executive Martin Venter Corn and Rupert Stutler, the former head of its Audi brand on account of breaches of the duty of care under stock corporation law. Company didn't specify the amount of damages it would seek. BW reviewed millions of documents conducted hundreds of interviews and concluded that negligent breaches of duty had occurred by the two executives. He

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Volkswagen Group To Sue Former Executives Over Diesel Emissions Scandal

BBC Newshour

01:02 min | 9 months ago

Volkswagen Group To Sue Former Executives Over Diesel Emissions Scandal

"Volkswagen Group says it will sue its former chief executive, Martin Vente corn on the former head of its Audi brands, Rupert Stadler over their roles in the diesel emissions scandal. Affair has cost VW nearly $40 billion in fines, compensation and repair costs. Here's Theo leg. It Involves Morgan admitted using illegal software to subvert emissions tests on diesel vehicles in the United States. It triggered one of the biggest scandals the automotive industry has ever seen. Now, after what it calls an exhaustive investigation, the company says it will pursue its former chief executive, Martin Vintage corn for damages. It's accused him of having failed to clarify quickly and thoroughly how the illegal software was being used, as well as having failed to ensure questions from the U. S. Authorities were answered truthfully. It claims Mr Stadler did not investigate where engines fitted with illegal software were being used after the scandal had come to light. Both men are already being prosecuted in Germany on charges linked to the scandal.

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Saying No When Your Kids Ask You for Money

Breaking Money Silence®

07:15 min | 9 months ago

Saying No When Your Kids Ask You for Money

"We are going to talk about how setting limits and your financial life can boost your financial confidence. It's one of the challenges that i find. Many women face is saying no to their adult children when they ask for money. Yes i know you love your kids. But when does loving them mean setting a limit around your bank account so today to help me answer this question. I have carry rattle. She is a financial therapist and coach. Founder and ceo of behavioral sense and ceo of stopping over shopping carey has over thirty years experience as a financial executive with multi country experience in banking brokerage and credit card practices. Welcome carried to the podcast today. Kathleen thank you so much. And i so love what you do. It's a pleasure to be here. Thank you. I'm excited to break money. Silence with you on this really interesting topic so let me just set the stage a bit. Because often when i am giving a presentation to a group of parents of breaking money silence across generations incurring encouraging intergenerational. Talk there the question always comes up that someone in the audience has a young adult child who they want to set a limit with. They want this person to be financially independent. They clearly love their kid. But they're finding it so hard to say no and so this struggle i think is really somewhat universal and so i do empathize with them. But i wanna really talk today with you because it's an area that you work in about how you can talk about finances with your kids and start to set those financial limits so tell me just off the top of your head with this issue kind of what's the highlight what makes it so challenging. And then what are some of the reasons. People should actually say not their kids. My gosh so. I also empathize not easy right especially when you have beautiful big looking at you. You know pleading it's it makes your heart melt but you know went when you give your child everything. Here's what you're telling your child right. You telling them that. Money is limitless. You telling them that spending has no consequences and you're telling them or you're not helping them. Connect the dots between spend how that accumulates into debt and where the money has to come from to pay it off in our job as parents is to prepare our children for surviving and flourishing in the world. Especially when we're not around and so teaching kids things like that doesn't doesn't help. So the idea is to switch that around and say okay. What is saying no help them. Do it helps them. Learn how to plan ahead. So that they don't get into predicaments. It helps them learn how to make choices and set priorities so that they understand. They can't have everything and they need to understand how. That money is accumulating in terms of debt. And how they have to figure out how to pay it off in some ways. It's actually a gift to say. No it's something just popped into my head. I actually In my twenties used to give my father a hard time. I had been in therapy around some of some. You know body image self esteem issues and i came home one day and i said to my father. You don't say no enough and he's like what and wasn't around money moves around other stuff. But i was like you should have set more limits with me. He's like new. I blew it and so you. I don't know if every kid comes home and says to their parent eventually. You should've said no more But there is some real value in teaching people that there's limits that there's struggle that and and i find that there's some self esteem that comes from having to figure it out even though you might have a kid who pitches a fit at the beginning. Oh absolutely right. Being being able to conquer the world on your own is awesome and we have to give our children that ability you know. Yeah being the safety net. All the time is just not going to pay off. Well i feel like society puts a lot of pressure on mothers in particular in. My story was certainly about my dad because my mother was actually pretty good at saying no but with women. There's this there's almost this over correction on how we not only have to be their parents. We have to be their friends. We have to be selfless and we have to give to others. And that's just a recipe to be overwhelmed and not feel good. But i'm wondering what do you think happens when we are in that mode of trying to be the best mother we can be and we want to give our kids everything and we're not setting limits ourself let alone our kids. Does that complicate things around money or that kind of a separate issue. I think it totally complicates things. And i'm going to tell you a short story about my mother and then segue got to finances. It wasn't about finances but my mother was incredibly selfless. She raised four kids She worked and she was so stressed out all the time because she denied herself everything to give to her children to give to her husband to give to her work so my mother passed away a few years ago. And somebody asked me. What do you remember most about your mother. And you know what popped into. My head was not what i shared. What popped into my head. Was she used to yell a lot. And that's because my mother was so stressed all the time but she deprived herself of self care and self kindness. So let's segue that into finances right. The same thing can happen if you are denying yourself so much to give to your kids. Are you threatening your own enjoyment in life that you worked so very hard for. Are you threatening your own ability to retire someday because you are mortgaging your house to you know. Give give your kids a down payment or put your kid through school. Of course you love your child and you want to get them set straight and and you know have have a good life and not have huge debt but you know. Here's what i want somebody to think about an. It's a little blunt. So i know i'm being awfully director. Rupert it on the aso. When when you when you think okay. I'm going to mortgage my house for my kid to send them to school so the first part is okay. I love you child. I'm gonna mortgage my house design you. And here's the part you don't say to yourself and by the way dear child because i'm putting myself in so much debt. I'm not going to have retirement and so you're going to be supporting me when i'm retired.

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Marking ten years since the 2011 Japan earthquake

BBC Newshour

01:48 min | 9 months ago

Marking ten years since the 2011 Japan earthquake

"10 years since Japan was hit by a huge earthquake that triggered a tsunami which crashed into the coast less than an hour later. Thousands of towns were engulfed by the immense wave. The disaster also triggered a multiple meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant How Japan correspondent Rupert Wingfield Hayes has been back to meet some of the people. His lives changed that day. As the 10th anniversary approaches, a group of Buddhist monks is walking the coast Road, chanting prayers for the more than 18,000 people swept away that day. Phenomena Could tomato mussel actually taking a few 100 M away? Kill Kazu Sasaki stands on a bear windswept piece of land. Before the tsunami. This was the fishing port of Yuri Aga. When the wave swept in. It took one in 10 of your ER gaze residents, including Sasaki San's whole family, this girl home. Candle, not a timorous Scott. As he tells me his story, he clutches his most precious possession. His 14 year old daughter's school uniforms solution, would you, uh, Son all number because in the beginning I was drinking heavily. I really don't remember much of the first three years after the quake After four years, I started to tell my story. I had a fight with my wife that morning before the quake struck. So now I tell people what would you do if tomorrow never comes? I tell them to live every single day as if you don't have tomorrow. John Wave that destroyed your Nyaga unleashed a chain of events that continues to haunt Japan today,

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The Gaming World Is Celebrating Women This Women's Month

LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

04:14 min | 9 months ago

The Gaming World Is Celebrating Women This Women's Month

"There's a lot going on this week in. The world of not only gaming but in life is actually international. Women's month The other day we had international women's day so just a celebration of women and all fields different industry. Obviously this gaming. So i i thought it was pretty cool. Xbox actually they're doing some different events and stuff like that to celebrate women in gaming content creation things of that nature Just kind of going from this article here from leeann rupert. That minecraft is doing some stuff. They've got a gears. The five women's history month tournament that has taken place. Minecraft addition is going to be doing a couple of lessons. One is on women's equality the others on a women's rights to vote. So i love the fact that there's you know within the gaming world There were were getting people. People are recognizing recognizing that and in holding events to be able to celebrate it as well. what were your thoughts lucas. Yeah clearly women have had challenges especially in the gaming industry on a lot of different levels whether you're streaming or trying to get into game development and on that side of things so it really is important to mark their contributions and you know as an industry we need to do better being in a welcoming to everyone and women are obviously a giant part of the gaming industry both as players end for those who want to get on the creative side of things. And you know ryan we've seen we've been lucky enough to talk to a lot of amazing women on our show so far and so we just see it. Right everyone from sandra shera me to jennifer and jen and everybody in between to the amazing work that the thousand dreams fund is doing to kinda trying to open those doors. So it's it's important and we see everybody we see all of you and we can't wait to see everybody grow and progress and see what they have in store for this industry. Yeah i love it too. Like specifically on what microsoft is doing. I know that they're also going to be Helping to boost amplify to beneficial programs one is being girls who code and the other one being girls. Black girls rock Along with you know going in with the content creator creators boosting them up on their on their platforms. And things like this. So i i love any time again you know. I feel like a lot of moves that xbox has been making have really been resonating with the community. We know that women again. I think it was recently It's official like i think there's more Women gamers than there are male gamers. So you know what i mean like. Yo- it they're they're they're here they've been here. I love the fact that they're not only getting their voices on the content creation side. They're on the development side on the business side of things Again i love the fact that there's you know we're getting more than i mean. Look at some of our games. We're getting a lot more women Protect protagonist there not just damsels in distress. And you know what. I mean like stuff like that. That's not you know people can relate to is something that you know again my daughter. You know she'll play these games. And i know it means something to her To be able to see somebody looks like her. And and you know this and that be represented be represented in games that i feel like the gaming industry as a whole is doing that more. It's opening up and and you know showing a lot of other size and other people's stories not only in the game's development in the The writing of the games on all aspects so i. I love the fact that that they're celebrating. Here's the women. Nobody would be here without

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The story of Australia and the internet

This Week In Google

02:23 min | 10 months ago

The story of Australia and the internet

"So just to recap long tawdry story of australia and the internet so rupert murdoch who is of course australian and i you know kind of coincidentally also six hundred. He is the Well he's pretty is pretty burs very close very close. Who's love journalism refusal. He started it was his first newspaper. Australian i know he is yes yes he inherited from his father. Oh okay from kevin murdoch. And then he bought sun in brittany brought. Some venture eventually ended up in a battle with with robert maxwell and one that the sun but he built his empire first austrailia and of course now the wall street journal fox He is your post. The times of london does on a media. Baron and apparently has quite a bit of clinton loss in australia. Because he yeah. He convinced the australian parliament to consider a bill which was likely by the way to be Voted on this week and pass that would essentially Establish a link tax to companies like google and facebook co published news snippets. They would not the the value. The sent to newspapers and magazines would not be a compensated. Any way it merely the fact that they're using the content some small amount of that content in their search results or in their links That the parliament said well. We're going to say you got pay for that. Google is the first to capitulate first threatening. We're gonna we're gonna retract search. We're gonna if this passes. We're going to leave australia. Apparently they didn't either didn't work or they didn't. They lost their nerve. Because shortly thereafter they made a deal for paying some unnamed some to murdoch and other publishers thought to be fairly hefty amount of money tens of millions of dollars to the benjamins tens not hundreds tents. All right well but a two platforms times ten times five years or something. It adds up. Buddy was one of those deals where there's a face-saving going on as well because oh we're going to work together we're gonna create stuff. It's going to be a joint venture that kind of thing that i've just here go away. Take some money which is what it really probably is

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Australia is demanding tech giants pay for news. Google relented, Facebook didn’t

The Economist: The Intelligence

04:14 min | 10 months ago

Australia is demanding tech giants pay for news. Google relented, Facebook didn’t

"A dispute between lawmakers and american tech giant's took a dramatic turn this week for months. The government has been debating a new media code that would force the likes of google and facebook to pay traditional news outlets win linking to their content. The code was approved on wednesday by australia's lower house of parliament and is expected to pass in the senate next week on the same day. Google announced a three year. Deal with news court. The rupert murdoch owned conglomerate that has a big presence in australia's broadcast market google's decision to pay up in line with the proposed legislation was seen as a move to placate lawmakers but facebook took a different approach. Australians waking up yesterday to see the news wouldn't have actually seen any news if they get their news from facebook because on that day facebook decided to block all news articles australia. Tom wainwright is our media. Editor facebook tried to ban just news websites. That was the intention but it eased some kind of machine learning method which didn't seem to go very well because as well as banning news sites they banned all kinds of other things charities the fire service health services a project for children with cancer and most of those were reasonably quickly corrected npr thames. The damage was done people outraged. Why exactly where people outraged well. People are outraged about fact that so many things have been blocked the whence pace to be blocked but people are saying that in the middle of a pandemic is obviously not a great time to be blocking legitimate news sites providing true information about things. You know what the state of current lockdown laws are or where to get your vaccine that kind of thing. Scott morrison the prime minister not surprisingly is capitalizing on this. The idea of shutting down the sort of sorts digest today as some sort of threat. We'll have a strategy is reactive at. He's keen to make this as much of an international question as he can and he's pointing out to other countries are considering these codes as well and and wrestling with the same dilemmas. So i think australia is hoping that other countries will take it side in this battle and so what did facebook say about. How did they explain itself. Facebook says the australia's position basically rests on a misunderstanding about the relationship between facebook and publishers. And they say the actually. When facebook publishes a link to an article is the publisher actually benefiting from that not facebook and so they think that they should be the ones who are required to pay publishers for linking to publish it stories in fact they say the australia last year they reckon that they generated more than five billion referrals to australia new sites which they say would be worth about four hundred million australian dollars and they say actually if publishes thing that somehow getting a deal from this they should just stop publishing their stories to facebook. They're not under any obligations. Have their stuff on that. But for its part. Google made a different decision. Well that's interesting google's done exactly the opposite you know the tech firms faced with this in some ways. Impossible demand know they were told to pay up or take their business elsewhere. Facebook decided it was probably less bad to shut down its news links than it was to set the precedence of coughing up. Google the opposite choice. And it's this week a deal with news coal. Which is rupert murdoch's news organization and smaller deals with of the news organizations the terms of which have been fully disclosed. But the gist seems to be that. They'll basically pay them lots of money and in return they'll be allowed to carry on listing their news articles. And what do you make of those different approaches to this threat of of the differing actions that google and facebook of taking on this i think really reflect the kinds of business that they're in for face but they say the news actually is quite a small part of what they do is less than four percent. They say of what you see on your news feed for google. I think search engine. That wasn't allowed to show links twenty news articles wouldn't be much of search engine and you can imagine people pretty quickly abandoning google and going to something else like say being which is owned by microsoft which has been a chilly diversities these australian reforms. So i think google just decided that it was too big a hit for it to take facebook decided to gamble and i think we'll see in the next few days whether this gamble pays

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Facebook Takes A Hard Line Against Proposed Australian Law

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:52 min | 10 months ago

Facebook Takes A Hard Line Against Proposed Australian Law

"Facebook has abruptly cut off news to and from a continent. Facebook is blocking users in australia from sharing or reading news stories there several parts to this australian. Publishers cannot post links to their own stories. Ordinary citizens in australia cannot post links to any news stories and in fact people anywhere in the world cannot post news stories that come out of australia. The decision shocked australia news outlets in a huge change for social media in australia. Facebook has blocked news content from being shed on its platform from facebook has taken a stunning step of banning australian uses and publishes from viewing or sharing news articles on its website. What's going on here we've called. Npr tech correspondent shannon bond. I and before we begin we should note that facebook. It's a financial supporter of npr. We cover them like any other companies shannon. Good morning. good morning steve. What caused facebook's move well. Australia is weighing. This proposed law that would force tech companies like facebook to pay big publishers. For linking to their stories this law is trying to address this long running criticism from media companies you know that facebook and google. Npr sponsoring these big tech platforms. Have just sucked up so much of the advertising revenue media outlets around the world. Have these concerns that that's really hurt. The news business news websites just can't compete for advertising with tech giants which are so big so dominant and of course are an important channel to readers. I just wanna know what you're telling me. The law is not even law yet. It's something that's on. Its way to becoming law. And so it's almost a kind of negotiating tactic or lobbying effort. That facebook is said. We're gonna cut you off now right. I mean this fight has been brewing for months. This proposal is expected to become law soon and facebook is just saying it's not going to play with with the rules. Australia is setting which would require platforms to reach deals with publishers to pay for content facebook. Says this law quote fundamentally misunderstands. Its relationship with news outlets view. Is that news that lets choose to post on. Facebook and ultimately publishers benefit more than facebook does and we should say that as this is rolled out. Facebook has acted pretty broadly in terms of blocking things some australian government pages including a fire and rescue agency. Even the weather service had their swipe. Yesterday even facebook's own facebook page was blank in australia. Because it's restoring these pages that have gotten inadvertently caught in the filters are is facebook's response any different than other companies that might be affected by a rule requiring payment in order to to post links. We'll right so the other company could've crosshairs. Here is google which has taken a very different approach. Google had previously also threatened to shut down in australia. It's now reached deals with several big publishers. There most notably it three year global. Deal with newscorp which owns the wall street journal as well as several australian papers. I see. That's notable because newscorp is run by rupert murdoch. he is australian. He's a powerful force in media and politics there. He's been lobbying for years for the tech companies to pay for news content and he has thrown his considerable support behind this law once his companies to be any chance of a like this in the united states. Well i think that's the big concern here and why we're seeing facebook accident act like this. You know it doesn't want to capitulate australia fearing that. Could set a precedent elsewhere and we've heard from lawmakers in canada and europe who say they're open to this approach just last week another. Us tech giant microsoft said it supports version of the australian law and the us. And i think there is concerned that this is something that could we could see here. But you know even if it's just in australia this has big consequences when it comes to. We know that's a problem for facebook. You know it's talked about promoting accurate information. But now people in australia can't post you know. Reputable news stories to counter false claims

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"rupert" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"rupert" Discussed on KCRW

"Rupert murdoch. The mogul who owns Fox News. The Wall Street Journal and other newspapers and networks around the world is arguably the most powerful man in media today, but in nineteen sixty nine he was a hungry. Thirty eight year old looking to break into London's newspaper establishment as Jeff London reports a new play called Inc. Chronicles those years at the beginning of ink Rupert Murdoch meets with an ambitious editor named Larry lamb and asks him. What makes a good story lamb answers with journalism HS five basics. Who what when where why but land played by Johnny Leanne Miller wants to ditch. Why why something happened the stories over? Instead don't answer. Why story can run run run forever? And the other reason actually, honestly, I think is there is no why most times why suggests that a plan a point to things when they happen. And this not just not sometimes just happens only thing with us getting some why it's what's next. What's next is the story of failing British newspaper, the sun and its rebirth as a tabloid under Murdoch and lamb the play was written by James Graham. I wanted to do reckon origin stories to go back to the birth of what? Now feels like the predominant kind of tone to news media, especially when you think of folks, news and social media the internet's out, it's very aggressive. It's populist, and sometimes it feels I guess quite dangerous Murdoch already owned newspapers in Australia New Zealand and wanted to crack the British market, but he found he wasn't welcomes says birdie Carvel who plays the future mogul. Ironically, really, given his beginnings from wealthy. And established straightened family to come into the British society and beheld as an outsider and so two almost excluded from establishment. I think that probably key in terms of his appetite to overturn and to disrupt. When I hit codes and traditions. I hear the rules as written by those who benefit from them to stop others from treading on that tough. He enlists editor land who assembled the staff of other establishment rejects to take on the most popular paper in Britain playwright, James Graham, says the Daily Mirror was filled with highbrow conversations about art and politics, the sun decide to be fun. It's cheeky mischievous it sometimes insulting everything. He's in all caps. Everything screened from the paper..

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"rupert" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"rupert" Discussed on KCRW

"Rupert murdoch. The mogul who owns Fox News. The Wall Street Journal and other newspapers and networks around the world is arguably the most powerful man in media today, but in nineteen sixty nine he was a hungry. Thirty eight year old looking to break into London's newspaper establishment as Jeff London reports a new play called Inc. Chronicles those years at the beginning of ink Rupert Murdoch meets with an ambitious editor named Larry lamb and asks him. What makes a good story lamb answers with journalism five basics who what when where why but land played by Johnny Leanne Miller wants to ditch. Why why something happened the stories over? Instead don't answer. Why a story can roll enrolling run forever. And the other reason actually, honestly, I think is that there is no why most times why suggest a plan a point to things when they happen. And there's not there's just not sometimes just happens only thing with us. He's a why it's what's next. What's next is the story of failing British newspaper, the sun and its rebirth as a tabloid under Murdoch and lamb the play was written by James Graham. I wanted to do an origin story to go back to the birth of what? Now feels like the predominant kind of tone to news media, especially when you think of folks news and social media and the internet's out, it's very aggressive. It's populist, and sometimes it feels I guess quite dangerous Murdoch already owned newspapers in Australia New Zealand and wanted to crack the British market, but he found he wasn't welcomed says birdie Carville who plays the future mogul, ironically, really given his beginnings from wealthy. And established straightened family to come into the British society on beheld as an outside doing. So it's almost excluded from establishments. I think that the key in terms of his appetite to overturn and to disrupt when I hit codes and traditions. I hated the rules as written by those who benefit from them to stop others from treading on the tough. He enlists editor land assembles the staff of other establishment rejects to take on the most popular paper in Britain playwright, James Graham, says the Daily Mirror was filled with highbrow conversations about art and politics, the sun decide to be fun. It's cheeky mischievous it sometimes insulting everything is in all caps have screened from the paper..

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"rupert" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"rupert" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"What they all say Gary channel. We're live today. Old stump brewing company in Pomona coming out and say, hi, we'll be here until two o'clock. We were in the middle of swamp. Watch we've been talking about some political stuff. I mentioned Elijah Cummings. He's the chair of the house oversight and reform committee. He is requesting information now from a former knock a Fox News reporter who was working on a story that our network eventually killed about the whole stormy Daniels thing so Elijah Cummings wrote this letter to former FOX reporter, Diana fell. Zony requesting information regarding quote, debts and payments to silence women, alleging extramarital affairs on and on and on all documents in your or your agents, custody controller possession have to be turned over to the oversight committee. Fox has not said exactly what they're going to do with this. They have not responded to comment the New Yorker magazine said that foul zone was was told by her boss at FOX at the time. Ten lacouer. Sort that Rupert Murdoch wanted the president to win the election. So he was supposedly want to ordered this this story spiked. So they would never get to it Faulk says that's not at all what happened. They simply did not have enough factual information to go forward with the story at that point. Hey, raise your hand, if you want to hear from Jeb Bush, anyone please clap. Jeb Bush has that done for an interview with nobody answered the David nobody answered in the affirmative crystallizing, my next point got it. Okay. That somebody actually asked Jeb Bush for an interview a series called the axe files. I don't know where this airs. I don't know what on what platform called up Jeb Bush said we'd love to talk to you. Which means I will never watch the X files. This is David Axelrod, the former Obama adviser. Okay. There you go. Right. So Jeb Bush sat down for this interview. And he says he thinks a fellow Republican should challenge the president in twenty twenty. He says I think someone should run just because Republicans ought to be given a choice. He says it's hard to beat a sitting president. But I have to have a conversation about what it is to be a conservative. I think it's important. Okay. Let us go down the list of successful people who have run against an incumbent president.

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"rupert" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"rupert" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"To try to get tents permission to deal with Rupert Murdoch for Chinese television that no one in this country was ever going to Syria even know about but Rupert Murdoch Ted Turner Chataway back today. That's smart. They offered money. Yeah. But who you know, but Menachem internal hated each other time, and I couldn't go do that deal without getting permission or I'd be able to gig. So I talked to Scott's ASA who is the heir-apparent at the time. Please help me do this deal because I knew it would be the one deal that would turn WCW into a profit center for the first time in her history. And once I got past that point, I knew I'd be gold. So setup did all my research had my pitch down and met once or twice like cocktail party and crap like of it. He knew he would stepped on me into lobby and not no new I was get on geared up. Harvey schiller. Wizzair Scott Sassa was there. I get about a minute a half or two minutes into my pitch shuts me now. All all we ought to do catch. Vincent, man. Psych? Fuck. I felt like I was a ring with, you know, Mike Tyson and Oscar de LA Hoya all the time out of the blue the blue. Only met he hits you what's going to compete with McMahon. I did a little bit of boxer in my life. I if I don't talk my fuck and and cover right now, I'm going down. So talk about chin and just started babbling in came up with just go head to head with Vince McMahon because it was the only logical answer defensible answer didn't flinch what happened. No, he's at Scott, which by the way, it's has it was like this young upcoming hip cool superstar, you know, take over for Ted Turner soon. And a guy did didn't want anything to do with wrestling. You looked over as a Scott near chew hours every week prime time on TNT Monday night and t at the time was like good ornaments of the turn organization..

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