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"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

05:37 min | Last month

"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

"No evidence that crisostomo was involved in his son's life. In any way crisostomo birth family suffered the loss of one son. Marcus john and the civil war to mothers both childbirth and another son. Kristen christian to disease at age sixteen. They obviously knew sorrow but for the era. No more so than other families. I've never understood. Then why oshima's life was in such disarray. And why he continued to live with his father even after his thirtieth birthday but recently i found items about his death that clarified his life a lot. My family knew that crisostomo challenged his father's will in eighteen ninety two years. After his father's death there was some speculation that sarah eldest sister and executor ex was trying to break the will to benefit her remaining full brother. Charles my second great grandfather. Perhaps there had been hard feelings between the two sets of half siblings. Perhaps charles had. Ptsd charleston fought for pennsylvania and the civil war was wounded and return to battle just in time for gettysburg but it turns out reading between the lines of newspaper accounts. Ptsd was not the problem. Krista was sarah wanted to prevent crisostomo from receiving his inheritance. Because in addition to fathering two children out of wedlock crisostomo had the disease of alcoholism. And she thought he might drink the money away. Much to sarah's dismay. I'm sure crisostomo won the case receiving an inheritance that he'd likely put to waste. I didn't know about this until i found two local newspaper articles. But sarah was right to be concerned about his fate. According to the local paper the clarion democrat there had been almost fifteen inches of snow in the forest covered hills of clarion in december eighteen. Ninety three so it must have been cold. On december thirtieth the day that crisostomo died the clarion democrat printed. Two reports on thursday january fourth eighteen ninety four. The first report on page five states crisostomo mclaughlin a coal miner by occupation. Who lived alone in a shanty near. Freiburg was discovered in his quarters in a dying condition last saturday morning and although propped effort was made to resuscitate him he did not regain consciousness but died the same day his death is attributed to strong drink and exposure the other account not as kind was in the gossip section on page eight and read. A rumor came to town on last sunday evening. That christine mclaughlin was found dead in his bed last saturday morning. It is reported that he was under the influence of liquor for several days before his death he lived near snyder. Spur chrisostomos will was executed by his full brothers. Thomas and edward mclaughlin. I haven't seen the will..

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"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

03:02 min | Last month

"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

"You melt the butter in a saucepan heated until it's golden brown stirring constantly. Remove the pan from heat stirring the powdered sugar. The salt and the vanilla ice usually put vanilla. And i because it has alcohol in it and it gives the alcoholic chance to burn off a little bit. Then stir in enough milk to make the icing spread easily. That's it that's all. It is but the cooked quality of the butter. I'm telling you it makes a difference. That is absolutely religious in its nature and power. Our final story is that of my second. Great grand uncle crisostomo mclaughlin. It's not a ghost story but it is a sad story of a life that was wasted. Christine was born on october twelfth eighteen. Forty six in farmington which is in the northwest corner of pennsylvania. His parents were irish immigrants from the north of ireland. Christine's father charles and his first wife my third great grandmother. Elizabeth mccall had arrived in the area in about eighteen. Thirty as did five of charles's brothers and one of charles's sisters eventually charles had three children by elizabeth who apparently died in childbirth in eighteen. Thirty eight and then had six more with his second wife. Margarita downey who died in eighteen forty eight also in childbirth. The oldest sibling was sarah a sister born in ireland before the crossing. Who never married. She served as charles housekeeper and right hand helping to raise. her siblings. clarion county was mountainous. Lush with forests and rivers and ripe for farming. Charles was a farmer and lumbermen as were many in the area. Others worked in smelting. And when the boom arrived in pumping oil crisostomo started on the farm but was a coalminer for most of his relatively short life. The first notable fact of crisostomos life is that in eighteen seventy seven. He fathered a daughter with a single woman named margaret walsh. She was twenty years old. He was thirty one margaret named their daughter. Mary and remained with her own parents. Welker systems father. Charles adopted mary or so says the eighteen. Eighty census crisostomo was living in the same household but apparently may not have been personally claiming responsibility. It looks like his father and his sister. Sarah who was also living in the household were answering for chris. Systems actions later in life. Mary carried the mclaughlin name as her middle name and went by walsh until her death in eighteen eighty six crisostomo who my cousins referred to as a ladies man had a son with another single woman. Mary magdalene steiner. he was forty. She was nineteen their son. Peter was raised by mary. Magdalene parents and did not carry the mclaughlin name either..

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"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

05:53 min | Last month

"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

"Rents the amount was far too high and not to mention that a large proportion of those paying didn't even attend the anglican church. They were nonconformists. Independence congregational ists and methodists. The parishioners learned from their last conflict. With reverend williams. That you can't always depend on the mountain to save you and solve your problems. So this time they were determined to stick together the parishioners met and came to an agreement that they would demand reduction of the thais rates and accept nothing less than twelve and a half percent reduction. Otherwise they would give him nothing so they drafted a letter suggesting a twenty percent reduction in the rates. Prepared to negotiate with reverend williams. Reverend williams response was this. I will allow you five percent and no more had you asked in a humble and peaceable way for ten percent. I may have felt more for you. But you demanded twenty percent rather than come to me on bended knee. Reverend williams refused to meet with the petitioners and also refused to even send his collector to discuss things upon the taif collections. The prisioners paid the collector dues minus the twelve and a half percent. The collector told them that if they didn't pay the full amount he wouldn't accept anything so the collector ended up leaving with thirty two pounds of the full two hundred eighty pounds. This conflict continued on for a considerable amount of time and the impact of reverend williams. Actions went beyond the small village. Of san harry in a meeting later that year on the decline of the anglican church in wales reverend williams was specifically named as contributing to that decline. The work of reverend w williams sign harry and others rejecting a reasonable reduction in tides do to the depression of agriculture together with the abusive manner of behavior towards the taif payers by the church authorities in various neighborhoods has produced a very strong anti ecclesiastical sentiment in a large part of the country. Unfortunately for the parishoners of son. Harry reverend williams lived for another ten years after the ties..

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"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

01:51 min | Last month

"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

"And welcome to episode four o. Nine of from paper to people podcast brought to you by ancestors alive genealogy also known as skelly rallies twenty twenty one my name is carolyn knee lachlan and i am your hostess with the most est today and it is fundamental fact. An acknowledged truth the world over that. Halloween is not just for children. No halloween for adults as well and because of that in addition to a few family stories submitted by listeners and a family story of my own. I'm providing you with recipes with sweets. Not just for children but also for adults let the kids go from door to door and get their candy. Let them eat sugar until they almost exploded and run around and smack into trees in your yard but for you make yourself some delicious fall. Delicacies and enjoy them. Let the children have the candy. My first recipe for you today is from the rutland daily herald in rutland vermont..

"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

03:34 min | 2 months ago

"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

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"skelly" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

04:07 min | 11 months ago

"skelly" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

"An excerpt from the book. Hungry for happiness by samantha skelly. I used to avoid uncertainty at all costs increase structures and rules that kept me in a constant state of predictability in my relationships career finances man. Of course my body and food. If i had a plan i felt safe when things stayed predictable. All's able to relax but this is life and life rarely goes according to plan and when things went off the rails meigs -iety would go into overdrive. You know those moments when you carefully craft what you want to happen in the reality just blows up in your face those moments when no matter how hard you white knuckle life goes in the opposite direction does moments would send me really during my diet depression back when my relationships with food and my body were the most broken i would journal out my day hour by hour for four years. The day looked similar to this with slight variations depending on what fad diet. Testing out five thirty. Am wake up six o'clock workout. Seven o'clock shower and get ready. Eight o'clock eat breakfast. Three hundred calories. Nine o'clock start work. Ten thirty eat snack. One hundred calories noon eat lunch. Three hundred calories one o'clock workout. Three o'clock eat snack. One hundred calories six o'clock dinner three hundred calories eight o'clock drinks slimming tea in nine pm. Bed this was my life pre scheduled with my calories pre decided. I was obsessed with certainty. I didn't know how to survive without it. I left no room to breathe known for the universe to infuse his magic certainty in my life felt safe but he was strangling me. There were times when my biology would overcome. Willpower out ended binge eating thousands of calories worth of chocolate covered almonds only days when i didn't eat a morsel of food to make up for it. When we are addicted to certainty we lose the ability to create influence in step into opportunity. We have to leave space for the magic of the universe comes room and to step out of our own way releasing the addiction to structure so we can create with the universe not fight. It's flow. you'll be so much more powerful and fulfilled we step into the flow and let yourself be guided from within your body. Not the confines of your mind. I a transformative deepest level. We need to understand that creating space slowdown. Be still and listen to. The depth of our truth is essential. We can't unlock our intuition. When we are addicted to certainty was only able to feel a deep state of peace freedom and creation. When i said jesus take the wheel and gave over my control because the truth is external. Safety is an illusion no matter how much we plan. It's never guaranteed inner safety. On the other hand is a state that can be cultivated by shifting energy and focus and operating from a single principle. That everything is happening for you in perfect divine timing. This sounds simple and it is but it's not easy path. Back home to my body was less path and more twisting turning roller coaster. Track the commitment to heal. Was there but still there were moments. When i felt like making zero progress a road the ups and downs and switch backs and loops for years. My only intention to be compassionate to myself during this journey back into my body. I found that the way through this journey was to follow the guidance of my intuition at any point during our waking hours. We have what i call the three pillars of connection. Our thoughts are motions and our intuition the majority of spent all our time within our thoughts and our emotions but this is a disordered and unbalanced sense of reality like a stool with two legs or logical. Mind is always trying to keep us safe and it does a good job but it can also over function being so vigilant that prevents us from living with our whole cells

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An Excerpt from the book Hungry for Happiness by Samantha Skelly

Optimal Living Daily

04:07 min | 11 months ago

An Excerpt from the book Hungry for Happiness by Samantha Skelly

"An excerpt from the book. Hungry for happiness by samantha skelly. I used to avoid uncertainty at all costs increase structures and rules that kept me in a constant state of predictability in my relationships career finances man. Of course my body and food. If i had a plan i felt safe when things stayed predictable. All's able to relax but this is life and life rarely goes according to plan and when things went off the rails meigs -iety would go into overdrive. You know those moments when you carefully craft what you want to happen in the reality just blows up in your face those moments when no matter how hard you white knuckle life goes in the opposite direction does moments would send me really during my diet depression back when my relationships with food and my body were the most broken i would journal out my day hour by hour for four years. The day looked similar to this with slight variations depending on what fad diet. Testing out five thirty. Am wake up six o'clock workout. Seven o'clock shower and get ready. Eight o'clock eat breakfast. Three hundred calories. Nine o'clock start work. Ten thirty eat snack. One hundred calories noon eat lunch. Three hundred calories one o'clock workout. Three o'clock eat snack. One hundred calories six o'clock dinner three hundred calories eight o'clock drinks slimming tea in nine pm. Bed this was my life pre scheduled with my calories pre decided. I was obsessed with certainty. I didn't know how to survive without it. I left no room to breathe known for the universe to infuse his magic certainty in my life felt safe but he was strangling me. There were times when my biology would overcome. Willpower out ended binge eating thousands of calories worth of chocolate covered almonds only days when i didn't eat a morsel of food to make up for it. When we are addicted to certainty we lose the ability to create influence in step into opportunity. We have to leave space for the magic of the universe comes room and to step out of our own way releasing the addiction to structure so we can create with the universe not fight. It's flow. you'll be so much more powerful and fulfilled we step into the flow and let yourself be guided from within your body. Not the confines of your mind. I a transformative deepest level. We need to understand that creating space slowdown. Be still and listen to. The depth of our truth is essential. We can't unlock our intuition. When we are addicted to certainty was only able to feel a deep state of peace freedom and creation. When i said jesus take the wheel and gave over my control because the truth is external. Safety is an illusion no matter how much we plan. It's never guaranteed inner safety. On the other hand is a state that can be cultivated by shifting energy and focus and operating from a single principle. That everything is happening for you in perfect divine timing. This sounds simple and it is but it's not easy path. Back home to my body was less path and more twisting turning roller coaster. Track the commitment to heal. Was there but still there were moments. When i felt like making zero progress a road the ups and downs and switch backs and loops for years. My only intention to be compassionate to myself during this journey back into my body. I found that the way through this journey was to follow the guidance of my intuition at any point during our waking hours. We have what i call the three pillars of connection. Our thoughts are motions and our intuition the majority of spent all our time within our thoughts and our emotions but this is a disordered and unbalanced sense of reality like a stool with two legs or logical. Mind is always trying to keep us safe and it does a good job but it can also over function being so vigilant that prevents us from living with our whole cells

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"skelly" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"skelly" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"So obviously, if you're lumberyard has some. You may not want to go there right until that's all cleared up, but it's it's a real valuable tool. We discussed that in our meetings and we talk about, you know, we take our temperatures, obviously, and we talk about the family and what their involvement is what their exposure is, Um, I think I mentioned before we had a scare a few weeks back. And one of the things that really became obvious to us was that When they talk about tracing, you know? Well, if you're weak down the road and you get a call that somebody had cove it that you were exposed to. It is so hard to recreate that unless you're taking daily notes on who you meet up with, so It's you gotta have your guard up all the time and take nothing for granted. S so we furnished PPE to our employees. We try to schedule our subs and our employees. Unfortunately, are our projects now are really conducive to maintaining this integrity of covert prevention. So if we have, you know certain subs, you know, working on stucco or on roping, You know, everybody separated and most of our projects right now. Don't have anybody living in the home. If it's a new build, or if it's a retrofit. Um, so those things are helping us too. And then we have control of who we send out from our operation. Different projects and so we don't overload and put them in harm's way. One of the things that I think some people are. Are going toe be sort of re educated on is that even after we receive vaccines that most professionals medical professionals are still telling us that mask wearing and social distancing Is going to still be a part of our lives for sometime in the future on that on that score, I suppose that some of the things you just described Kevin will continue on because you see them as logical procedures to follow. Even in a Post virus actual situation, agreed. Yeah, And and we we listened to scientists in the medical professionals. You know if they tell us, you know, wear masks were wearing them and, you know, they say, Take the vaccine. We're going to take the vaccine. We need to encourage Other people to do that. It's amazing to me that You know, they came out with his vaccine so quick and it's got a 92 95% effective rate. And yet you look at the flu vaccines and you know it's a crapshoot. It's like Hit 40% or something. You know you may miss it altogether, so we're really fortunate in that it is. It is so efficient. On, but hopefully everybody will take it so we can get get this thing behind us. Yeah, One of the amazing things I've been noticing and I've read about is that as we all have been wearing masks during the fall and early winter season, when colds are typically racing around the community. And even the spread of flu. We seem to him directly by doing our mask wearing for those that are doing it religiously have been avoiding some of these. Natural seasonal. Ah, Events with, you know, we've been suffering from and years passed, so hopefully this continues on I tell you what, Kevin, let's take another break here, and when we come back, we'll actually do our second hour raise real estate recommendation segment. And then we'll also receive some closing remarks from you, my friend. Seven Skelly graduate master builder about what he sees going on into the new year in home construction to with that, Olympia, let's take a break. Home. Do murder me. Stay tuned. We'll be coming right back to all things. Real estate on Katie RC Santa Fes news talk leader. Master and certified green builder Kevin Skelly brings over 30 years of industry experience transforming.

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"skelly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"skelly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In sharp in Neil's A Vedra of We were going through some personality types of decorators. Of holiday decorators. Now I've less a left The what I think is the best for last, which is the innovator and the competitors. I have a little competitors story, but I Peg. You kneel as the innovator because I've heard of many of the things you've done, including Real snow on your lawn. Sorry. Yeah. Yeah, and no joy. No, really. You go through you go through the almanac and you will never find I don't care a decade back. You will never find a hotter Christmas season than the year This genius decided to get real snow dropped in his front yard. And this pre dates Maximilian my son, So it was for my nephews and nieces. For Christmas Eve and we had hay bales brought in and we have him, Max. So we had hay bales brought in and handsome lad slapped me with his covert hair. He looks like an Italian guy that meets you at the airport in goes the the you need a lift. Command sweetly commands So, Yeah. So I did that. And I was gonna be a big surprise. Then I had a snow machine do the fake snow on the roof that so that it would look like it was snowing. All of that, and that it sounds extravagant, and it wasn't a lot of ways, but I actually fall more in line with you as doing with the traditional stuff some seasons. And then other seasons. All. I'll try something else or try an effect that I like or something like that, but really I probably am us. You know, I fall a lot of times into, especially with our house being as old as it is trying to make it look a little postcard E. That way, and it just has a wonderful inviting feel something. It makes me smile. I'm not the guy that puts a lot of blow up things in the yard and those types of things because that's a little modern for my tastes. That may change with Max. But I probably fall into that category now. Halloween I will. I will do rear and front projection and animatronics and things like that. But during Christmas, I like it to be Yeah, very traditional. Unless I'm doing a theme. One year, I did a nightmare before Christmas theme, and I had a 9 Ft. Jack Skelly 10 and we had fire lights over the house as well as regular and candles. Candles everywhere in the front yard. And, you know, twisted Christmas trees and a lot of stuff from the movie. But that was pretty specific to that particular year. I don't normally do that at this house. Right. I'll accept that. But I'm still calling you the innovator. Because you I'll tell you what, you don't do. You don't phone it in. No, hell don't want phone. It is my old house was when my brother and I lived right next to each other. When my brothers he and I built a full scale sled with the eight reindeers that flew off the roof. That's when I used to do more. But when you're by yourself, man, it Z. I'm not going to my wife. Get on the roof with me for that one of us has to live for the child. One of them has to survive for next Christmas, so probably for Christmas Christmas. That makes sense. I can feel you on that. The last one is the competitors. Now these air like the people that you see on the TV shows, right who just keep going. I actually lived down the street from a competitive and I am not Let me just be clear. I am not. But I was drawn into it just a little bit. I used to live down the street from a competitors and the reason I know that is because one Christmas they had actually already put out a few decorations of her good week or so. And I was running late that year, and then I decorated And I think mine were a little more elaborate than there's the following week. They added a full layer or two on top of that, and I noticed that every little nuance that I added to the house They added to And I realized 00. I see somebody has to be the top dog on the street..

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"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

14:54 min | 1 year ago

"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

"The house will taunted before now. I only parents what happened. Naturally i was a little confused. Father then told me the story of how one time he was working in the basement of our house and thought that he felt the presence of his own. Father even thought that he smelled them. Apparently he had an unmistakable body odor. My grandfather and my dad built the house. I grew up in and we often wondered if his spirit was still there then. Do the same held true for grandma. Oldies house for the night. Data would be a great idea. The test the theory he was a doctor by trade so we need to conduct an experiment. He then put hoshi on the kitchen. Table locked all the doors from the inside for locking up the house itself. The next day returned to finish up the yard sale and found that at fumbled up. Rapper was all there was less. Candy bar maxwell the tissue and the weirdest thing of all is no sign of weekend. Grandma always used a tissue. The napkin and she loved shot. What if i didn't believe in ghosts before actually did outta that day wasn't long. After she passed away that i began my any a logical adventure. And i hope she appreciates me finding out so much about the family from jesualdo and of course finding all of our cousins via dna. Though you know. I think she knew about most of them. Sometimes i can still hear her say christopher if i think about her long enough and she's still with me. I like to think that she is and always will be miss you nona. I've had similar experiences. Most of which i don't really talk about but one i think is kind of funny whenever i'm ill and i'm not eating very much which is always a sign that deal because i am all about the food i smell my mother's cooking and there's no one around i live by myself. There's a whole yard on either side between me and any of my neighbors. But i smell chicken noodles or i smell soup or some kind of casserole something. That is a familiar smell. It's a food that i liked from childhood and i know what it is. It's my mom. Saying i know you're sick but get up and eat and so whenever i smell food now when i'm ill and it comes absolutely from nowhere i just say okay mom thanks. I'm getting up to eat. And i make sure that i make myself a meal. The next stories from stacey cole. She works to document the names of enslaved persons in liberty county georgia and has a wonderful website called. They had names dot net. Here's her story. This is stacey coal from brunswick georgia. My story is about two of my ancestors. Sarah ashmore who in eighteen o four were farming on a small island called moss island in the south newport river just inland from the georgia coast near what is now. The harris neck wildlife refuge. They had four children. Joseph thirteen john. Ten sarah three and elizabeth an infant for those of you who don't know coastal georgia. It can be a terribly harsh environment. It's gorgeous with its huge live. Oaks draped with spanish moss and spectacular marsh views but it has vicious. Mosquitoes biting gnats poisonous. Snakes alligators will you get the picture. Coastal georgia is also right at and sometimes below sea level in late august of eighteen. O four a violent hurricane swept across jamaica. According to walter fraser in his book low country hurricanes it was the first great storm of the new century in that region. It inflicted terrible damage in the caribbean and it got stronger. As it moved north and curve toward the american coastline it started hitting the coastline on september. Sixth and seven by friday september seventh fraser described it as an immense tropical cyclone that was still miles off shore but soon would simultaneously enveloped large portions of both georgia and south carolina by saturday september. Ace everyone along. That coast must have known. They were in for something but what. The ashmore is on tiny moss island. Were unknowingly right in the path that day as the wind howled and whipped up waves in the river they must have been fearful but without all the modern technology that tells us today what to expect. Similar weather had happened before without lasting damage. But that was not to be their fate. Let me continue in the words of the reverend charles kukoc jones. Who told the story at sarah's funeral in eighteen forty seven he said the water driven by the storm overflowed the entire island and washed away every vestige of the settlement. Mrs ashmore lost a child from her arms and two others were drowned. She floated ashore on part of the house. As did mr ashmore. And his son joseph and a servant neither of them knowing that another done survived on reaching the shore when the storm somewhat abated. Mr ashmore whooped. Hello hoping against hope that some one of his family might have been preserved someone answered him and making his way through the storm and water and drifted trees and said to his inexpressible joy. He discovered his wife their thoughts then turned upon their children. He whooped again and was answered by his son. Joseph and a servant woman he collected them together and they were all remained alive he had by the providence of god lost everything they possessed in this life but although they had escaped a watery grave and had met with so heavy loss in such deep affliction yet their hearts were not turned to god and they pass through it all without any permanent or saving change in their character. Jones went on to describe that ash more set immediately to work. Put up a small house on the mainland. He took the servant woman back to moss island where they raised a crop. Mrs ashmore in her new home on the mainland with a cheerful heart and true energy and independence went into the field around her house without any assistance and raised provision enough to support the whole family for the year you may be wondering about the servant woman. She was a slave. I don't know how many enslaved people were lost that day on moss island but walter fraser tells us that seventy alone were drowned at nearby brought to nyland. Their stories of course are lost to us from my research. I believe that slave woman on mercer island was named sibi. Five years later john ashmore raped her and fathered a child who was named toby. Cities modern day descendants and i know that because of dna which reveals to us the same individual can both suffer terrible tragedy and inflict great tragedy on so joseph the child who survived who lost his younger brother and two sisters all in an instant. He grew up to be my third great grandfather. One of the things. I love about stacy stories. Not just to that. It has history to it not just that it's about her family but also that it has a moral and that it has something to say about history and about today next. I'm going to share with you. A gem from my family back in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. I had already started work on my family tree. Uncle patrick had given it to me in nineteen eighty and he was down in texas and his mother. My grandmother was visiting there and so she and he sat down with a tape recorder. Apparently at my orders and with my little cousin crawling all over them they recorded some stories and this is one of the stories that tells you a little bit about the family. I come from and their sense of humor. It's about church and about some things that my did as a child in pecos texas to do with church here this can we live in broke into the church announcement. You david. Who is the undertaker waltz. They've got wallace's named lived right behind. You broke into the church. The only and they don't do that that lane. they do. Marquee washington the yard yeah. Our churches virus gives the name of the pants and the sermon of the knicks sunday. And the time for sunday school time to church and you and david took call letters arranged everything not only that. Within the next week you went to sunday school together every sunday. Immune david hilbert hands and sang. Pistol-packing mon all my teacher said google. We're going let each of you sing. Whatever little religious. And so you and david saying history in rome. All that song she did and then drinking beer in a cabaret dancing where the lawn. La that pistol down lay that pistol thankful pistou in mama laid at pistol down. I like telling stories. And i like hearing people tell stories remember that i interviewed my dad so that he could tell stories to you. But my favorite thing are these little gems these few rare recordings that my uncle made with my gretel gordon with my grandmother with my great grandmother and those stories. They are the best thing. There are other stories that my grandmother tells about my great grandmother and then my great grandmother tells about her parents and all of her cousins. I hope that you are all in the practice of taking folklore and right now with covert. I hope that you're using particularly zoom because you can record both sides of the conversation those little pieces of heaven you will be so grateful for them in the future and so happy to hand them down there so important. I can't say it enough. This last one is probably of all the things that we've talked about and heard today the thing that's actually scaring me and that will actually keep me awake. It's from the cards will weekly journal of six june. One thousand nine hundred eighty two and it's what to do with locusts. The locust corpses are accumulating in such large quantities in some parts of town as to give forth a terrible stench at lane place seven. We'll barrel loads of shells and bodies have been hauled off and burned. The locus sings loudest at noon. Hardly at all at night professor. Mb thomas salting down a big box of locusts which he will take back with him to burt. Lake to use for bait fishing. The locust makes fine feed for poultry of all kinds. The male locust makes all the noise but the female does the business. She has already begun to lay her eggs in the tender branches of young trees to distinguish citizens of laura maryland gave a locust pie. Feast last saturday to about twenty invited guests. The pies were prepared by a well-known caterer of that city who gives the following recipe. There were about fifty locus to the pie. I first scaled them and trimmed off the wings. Legs and heads then putting them in a wooden bowl. I chopped the locusts mixed with stale bread soaked in milk preparing them the same as hamburger steak instead of salt and pepper. I added sugar and rhubarb flavor and cream to soften the ingredients which are then put into a regular pie bottom the same as custard pie and covered with a cross open top. The pies were then placed in an oven and baked. Richard a graham and electricity of louisville. Who was one of the partake of the pie declared it closely resembled. Partridge while mr oland. And mr bro. Shot claimed it tasted like hamburger steak. No just no no so if anything gives you the willies after this episode. I don't think that it will be fears of a horse riding up into your bed which actually happened. I don't think it will be thoughts of murderers and ghosts. I think it will be that someone feeds you a locust pie and that you didn't know that it was a locust pie until after you swallowed. Thank you all for being along for this. The first ever skelly rallies episode. I hope that next year you will submit a recorded story about one of your ancestors or a recipe or maybe both. That would be wonderful. In the meantime you know what i always say. Expect surprises pool..

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"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

"Have to do it. Said mr mr woodward court will you have some porridge and he said oh yes thank you. Little bit. pitch from the middle. He was final story is about some beer. Uncle joe came to stay with us. My mother her brother sent him off ascent meal to the thomas arms hotel across the road with some money to buy some beautiful him. Bring a crate. So i go to creative a dozen bottles and brought it back and gave it to joni said thanks a lot on. He took a bottle and took the cap off unless a budget drinking. When i said stop just a moment look there's something funny floating in the in the beer not doesn't know right. That's bad beer said. Hey there's no such thing as bad beer on the lot. Next is a story from chris olsen a very loyal listener and actually a great buddy now of mine and it's a really fascinating story that comes from the revolutionary war era here in the united states before the united states were the united states. Take it away chris. Hi this is. Chris olsen saying heidi from spartanburg south carolina. We just moved recently from new jersey. So that's gonna mark a shift from my focus of my maternal lines. That are all in the new york new jersey area to my paternal lines which are all from this area. I'm getting a share one of my favorite family stories and it is from my maternal line and that surname is westfall and westphal's originally came to this continent in sixteen forty when a young jury and westfall came on a boat at about age. Eleven and the rest is history so this story is about the brother of one of our direct ancestors in that line. Miss man's name is daniel westfall. Daniel westfall had a farm near menacing island during the revolutionary war. Parts of that land were rented out for the soldiers to build basis and encampments on. I recently found the court records. That told this incredible story about daniel wife and lieutenant kutuzovsky. I think i'm saying that right. One night lieutenant. Katersky got drunk. And he rode his horse into the house of daniel westfall. He demanded to see him in was shouting all sorts of words and threatening him he busted down the door and he wrote his horse right into the house and right up on the bed. Were daniel's wife was sleeping. He ordered the two men with him to help capture. Daniel westphal the farmer because he said he was a rascal turns out. Rascal was a big enough insult. Those days to warrant duels now. It's just something that like. If our grandparents say it we don't rascals mother westphal ran the officers tents nearby and pled for their help the commanding officer a captain baron. Defray and his men went to the home. Sure enough kutuzovsky was there. Drunk ranting raving daniel was thrown into the cellar and catoon ski was breaking everything in the house. The captain demanded that stand down and leave and keke just kept on going and he drew a sword. The captain said to him with quotes that he must not behave in such a way and that he wasn't in poland anymore and if he didn't come down he would lock him up while kutuzovsky drew out his sword and threatened the captain captain defray grabbed him by the hair and punched him square in the face. Kutuzovsky was arrested and they held a court martial that very night with witnesses all supporting the story that could use k. Was out of control. He was drunk and they all had a very similar version of the events including the officers he brought with him. It was a really clear case. They found him guilty and ordered him to be cashiered from the army. I didn't know what that word meant. I'd never heard it. So when i looked it up. It was a really big deal when a person is cashiered from the service. They're not just kicked out but they're kicked out without honor and their stripped in a very public fashion of their status. Their sword gets broken their decorations on their uniforms get pulled off and everyone in the town and the army sees it they have been shamed out with all these witnesses and such was to be the fate of kutuzovsky. But he wasn't done yet that night keke escaped and he was gone by dawn in the letters that are written to george washington. That are all documented. The head of the camp wrote to george washington in philadelphia warning him. That qatar ski was headed his way and gave a summary of the events instead. Kutuzovsky might be trying to get their first so he could tell his side of the story. I and changes fate and the general was right. George washington wrote back and said kutuzovsky had made it to philadelphia and had met with him already. He told them there had been some drinking. Some damage done by him and that he was not going to be able to pay the debt that was owed to daniel westfall as a result of the court martial and he asked that he be allowed to return to his home in poland. And be done with this war. George washington granted his permission and said the matter was to be considered resolved as kaczynski was not going to cause any more problems again. He was already on his way to europe. Once in europe kutuzovsky changed his name and never return to the united states. And who knows if. Mrs westphal ever slept soundly in that bed again. So that's one of my scally rally stories. I can just imagine the middle of the night. Own mrs westfall warm in her bed at this crazy time and the door comes crashing down and incomes is a soldier who rides his horse right up on her bed beats up her husband and locks them in the cellar crazy story. That's one of my favorites. I make an extra dead bolt for the door. After hearing about some guy riding his horse up into somebody's bed. That makes me really uncomfortable. Well the next story is from chris farley low. He's also a very loyal listener to the group and a good friend. And it's about that same idea of being able to contact or be in touch with someone who's on the other side like spooky stories and sentani is approaching. I have a great one for you into now's into my paternal grandmother olympia apas passed away. She was born in nineteen twenty with basically typical italian grandmother. You see pasta glynis. She was like that only without the thick italian accent. She'd pinch cheeks cuckold talion goodies and talk about family for hours at a time. It was fantastic. I was always had. When she passed away she died in january two thousand and two and she missed on two major events that will on rising for family. I was graduating college. That may and my brother was getting married. That august i was gonna missile defense because going up. We would see her almost constantly. She would stay over our house every christmas since we lived. Only a few miles away from each other so survive did say she and i were very close. Grandma passed away. My parents and i had to get the house ready to be sold. We held a yard sale for clothes and knickknacks. Don't why family heirlooms were definitely not for sale. In fact i have a collection of hurricanes. And soy's my those are safe sharp.

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Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"skelly" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People

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Breath work to Heal Our Heart

Hay House Meditations

04:17 min | 1 year ago

Breath work to Heal Our Heart

"I want to introduce you to the breath work pattern that we are going to be using during this journey. Remembering that this breath is for transformation it's for release for letting go. It's different from relaxation and it is more continual. It is deeper and it is more profound. So find yourself lying down on a yoga mat or on your bed wherever you find it is most comfortable for you. Keeping your legs stretched out in front of you and less you struggle with lower back pain. Then you're free to bend them up. Having your palms facing upwards. And just let yourself. Be At feel into the ground. Having. Your eyes closed palms facing up. So important before. That we just check in with our hearts. Open our hearts. I love to say to myself before I breathe. Thank you I love you. Thank you I. Love You. Thank you for showing up. Thank you for showing up and doing this work. And I love you. It's amazing what happens when we speak softly and gently and kindly to ourselves it's so beautiful. It's so nourishing. So. What we're GONNA do is we're gonNA start our three breath pattern. So this breath is done through the mouth only. So the technique that we use is through the mouth only. So WanNa take one hand place your left hand on your belly place your right hand on your chest. When we actually go to do the patterns were not going to be putting our hands on our body. They'll be at our sides, but I just want to get you familiar with how it feels. So it's a three breath pattern and it sounds like this. It is all through the mouth not the knows. The first breath is when we suck in the air from our belly. The second breath is when we suck in our air from the chest. And the third ex hale is all through the mouth. So, what are you ready just come along with me Just keep breathing. You may notice your. Minds, getting a little busy. You may notice yourself getting dizzy right away. That's totally normal. Just keep breathing. Now. Place your hands down at your side. That's it. Just, keep reading you are safe to breathe your safe to feel. Today. We are working on opening up our hearts vase for healing. So, often, we have a closed down hearts potentially we've experienced so much heartbreak so much pain so much stress in our lives where. Sometimes. You just don't feel safe to be in our heart and live from our heart. And I just want you to take a deep breath right now. I just want you to feel in your heart space. Feel into the power, the frequency the love. That is so abundantly there. Everything becomes so much more clear when we are living from that heart centered place.

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"skelly" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

Hay House Meditations

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"skelly" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

"So, , welcome onto the podcast. Samantha . thank you so much for having me. . I'm so excited. . Yeah. . I'm really looking forward to talking with you about meditation and in particular breath work <hes> and I thought that we might want to do it in that order as it seems to be the trajectory in your soon to be released book hungry for happiness, , stop emotional eating, , and start loving yourself that that book is coming out at the end of September. . So this is the this podcast is to dropping a couple of weeks. . Before that. . So I thought that we would talk about this. . Is that okay with you haven't lately unless to excellent. . Excellent. . So let's begin with with hungry for happiness this the book <hes> I I read it <hes>. . It's it's part healing memoir. . Can Apart guided introspection and meditations and and also this sort of. . Part can a best friend encouragement like you're like this not really a coach like this like your your girlfriend come on. . Let's do this. . You know so. . Can You? ? Can you tell us about your healing journey that we read about in the book? ? Absolutely I love how you explain it like that you know my my intention for Reading For writing that book was to write it to just my best friend you know that that felt sense of. . I understand you I get it. . I was there I know how terrible it can feel when you are in a battle with food in your body. So . I'm grateful that the final product came out like that. . So I grew up as a dancer and actress when I was quite young and dealt with all kinds of body image issues growing up. . I can remember being very young in the bathtub just feeling. . This. Felt . Santa, , feeling, , discuss it in my body, , which was a feeling that I felt often when I looked in the mirror at at young age and that then manifested into an eating disorder emotional eating restricting overeating all sorts of things <hes> when I was about eighteen. . And I entered into this period of my life that I. Call . My Diet Depression years where. . I was on over fifty diets in less than four years and. . Truly had no idea how to just eat like a normal person like that was a impossible task for me at that time, , I can remember waking up some mornings thinking to myself like a hi, , can I just can't wait to go to bed because the thoughts in my mind were so just honestly abusive and just my level of body image. . The the severity in which I hated my body was just through the roof and so. . I began trying to try to heal my my emotional eating through dieting. . So I was going on all sorts of different diets, , and of course, just , making the making things worse. . What we need to realize what I needed to realize that time is emotional eating and and disordered eating is all in inside job and the Maury trying to manipulate and control and mess with our food the worse it actually gets. . and. So . I can remember about ten years ago reading eat pray love and. . It was a story where she went to Bali and she right? ? Elizabeth. . Yeah and he liked poker with dicks. . He she found this healer in Bali. . That poker with East Dickson and Blah Blah Blah Blah long story short. . So I'm like, , all right that's what I'm going to do. . So I bought a one way ticket to Bali I flew to Bali and I found this exact healer that she wrote about in her book I drove this I I got I got on a scooter scooter got on like a taxi scooter and drove to this man's home. . And he barely spoke any English and he started poking me with his sticks and. . He, , then just has to be your brains broken. . And I was like Oh God. Okay. . . What's going on here? ? And so he goes you think too much. . You have too much thinking and I was like you're so right I really do. . And so this was a point in my life where I I couldn't tell the story I had was I couldn't meditate. . And I would say I would sit there and meditation and my brain would be going a million miles a minute. . And thinking of all sorts of different things I would get up after twenty minutes and. . Feel more stressed out than when I initially sat right because a lot of people's experience. . And I know you're a pro meditators I, , could've used you back in the day. . So for me meditation was a challenge but everyone in their dog was telling me that meditation was going to be the path for me to heal my disordered eating will that mean such an interesting position because here's this thing that apparently has all these amazing benefits which it does and I know that now but I couldn't do it to save my

Samantha
Samantha Skelly Onn How Breathwork Helps Heal Emotional Eating

Hay House Meditations

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Samantha Skelly Onn How Breathwork Helps Heal Emotional Eating

"So, welcome onto the podcast. Samantha thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited. Yeah. I'm really looking forward to talking with you about meditation and in particular breath work and I thought that we might want to do it in that order as it seems to be the trajectory in your soon to be released book hungry for happiness, stop emotional eating, and start loving yourself that that book is coming out at the end of September. So this is the this podcast is to dropping a couple of weeks. Before that. So I thought that we would talk about this. Is that okay with you haven't lately unless to excellent. Excellent. So let's begin with with hungry for happiness this the book I I read it It's it's part healing memoir. Can Apart guided introspection and meditations and and also this sort of. Part can a best friend encouragement like you're like this not really a coach like this like your your girlfriend come on. Let's do this. You know so. Can You? Can you tell us about your healing journey that we read about in the book? Absolutely I love how you explain it like that you know my my intention for Reading For writing that book was to write it to just my best friend you know that that felt sense of. I understand you I get it. I was there I know how terrible it can feel when you are in a battle with food in your body. So I'm grateful that the final product came out like that. So I grew up as a dancer and actress when I was quite young and dealt with all kinds of body image issues growing up. I can remember being very young in the bathtub just feeling. This. Felt Santa, feeling, discuss it in my body, which was a feeling that I felt often when I looked in the mirror at at young age and that then manifested into an eating disorder emotional eating restricting overeating all sorts of things when I was about eighteen. And I entered into this period of my life that I. Call My Diet Depression years where. I was on over fifty diets in less than four years and. Truly had no idea how to just eat like a normal person like that was a impossible task for me at that time, I can remember waking up some mornings thinking to myself like a hi, can I just can't wait to go to bed because the thoughts in my mind were so just honestly abusive and just my level of body image. The the severity in which I hated my body was just through the roof and so. I began trying to try to heal my my emotional eating through dieting. So I was going on all sorts of different diets, and of course, just making the making things worse. What we need to realize what I needed to realize that time is emotional eating and and disordered eating is all in inside job and the Maury trying to manipulate and control and mess with our food the worse it actually gets. and. So I can remember about ten years ago reading eat pray love and. It was a story where she went to Bali and she right? Elizabeth. Yeah and he liked poker with dicks. He she found this healer in Bali. That poker with East Dickson and Blah Blah Blah Blah long story short. So I'm like, all right that's what I'm going to do. So I bought a one way ticket to Bali I flew to Bali and I found this exact healer that she wrote about in her book I drove this I I got I got on a scooter scooter got on like a taxi scooter and drove to this man's home. And he barely spoke any English and he started poking me with his sticks and. He, then just has to be your brains broken. And I was like Oh God. Okay. What's going on here? And so he goes you think too much. You have too much thinking and I was like you're so right I really do. And so this was a point in my life where I I couldn't tell the story I had was I couldn't meditate. And I would say I would sit there and meditation and my brain would be going a million miles a minute. And thinking of all sorts of different things I would get up after twenty minutes and. Feel more stressed out than when I initially sat right because a lot of people's experience. And I know you're a pro meditators I, could've used you back in the day. So for me meditation was a challenge but everyone in their dog was telling me that meditation was going to be the path for me to heal my disordered eating will that mean such an interesting position because here's this thing that apparently has all these amazing benefits which it does and I know that now but I couldn't do it to save my

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"skelly" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"skelly" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"A km Skelly incorporated the home construction firm, Kevin You. You have done Ah! Commercial client work, industrial type of things in the past a CZ well. I don't know how much that you're doing right now. I always liked this just sort of probe a little bit and see if that's back on your agenda. It's always been our radar. We don't have any light commercial projects going right at this time, and we have done him in the past and enjoy him. It's a different one of things about this business if you can have most multiple disciplines Going on it. It makes it quite rewarding. You know if you have something in historic if you have a spec house going if you got a remodel, you know we like to have like an anchor Can it like like The house going and then surround that with with remodels, and that kind of makes a nice blend. Um, we have you know again. We're always looking for a commercial right now. We've got her hands full. With what? What we have going Yell, And as you said, before, you're very selective about your clients. To make sure that whatever job you're doing, you do it at 100% was close to 100% perfection. It's possible. I also imagine that because of the current environment Where businesses are closed down that you unlike commercial work is probably limited to spy. Our health circumstances. Isn't that probably the case? Yeah, I think so. I think commercial real estate is probably taking a hit right now. And But we have done build out on retail in that type of thing. So you know people are going to be regrouping. And you know, we're not just going there negative, sold the tents and go away. It's going to you know, there will be a resurgence of that. Retail space and monthly playground howto get in and out and stay healthy and you know that kind of thing. Again questions that I always like to ask you because each month certainly in our current.

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The Best of Poble Sec, Barcelona's Liveliest Neighborhood

Monocle 24: The Menu

04:23 min | 1 year ago

The Best of Poble Sec, Barcelona's Liveliest Neighborhood

"Week. We hit to Basel Owners neighborhood off publicity to explore the flourishing food and drink see and to taste some of the city's best top US. Our Guide is Monaco's Julia Webster if you ask locals in Barcelona where to go for a bite to eat you're likely to be pointed in lots of different directions in the past few years. However the neighborhood of Bob Leszek located at the foot of the hill of Monte Week has been making its name in the local. Foodie seen this working class neighborhood used to be inhabited by factory work as fishermen and became a cultural hotspot at the beginning of the twentieth century when theaters and concert venues setup along avenue parallel more recently neighboring museums like the Monroe Foundation and the National Museum of Catalonia have attracted art lovers and tourists but today the neighborhood is worth a visit for its food offerings alone with both new and established restaurants serving a variety of different cuisines for breakfast or Brunch head to hotel twenty That opened in two thousand fifteen in of restored nineteenth century building. Take a seat. It's one of the mobile tables in the courtyard terrace surrounded by tropical plants. The menu has everything from expand addict to aside bows and strawberry topped pancakes but for most banish approach to breakfast local. Hamson cheeses on Bunko bread rubbed with tomato and sprinkled with olive oil. All the way to go on the edge of the hill is elevated. Montjeu week a small restaurants that opened just a couple of years ago as its name suggests but the main small Catalan space is limited but the bright interior is beautifully designed. Pull up a stool at the bar where you can get a good width of the Mediterranean tap on offer such as potato thirty meatballs and smoked Sardines hosted by Matha film publicist and Super Jaren. Cook at but it won't. Jake has become a popular spot for the creative crowd often with customers spilling out onto the street its proximity to some of Catalonia's most renowned performing arts status make it a great starting point for cultural evening where you can have a quick drink before heading to a show. You may even bump into some of the actors who come to unwind after hustles but the best time to visit. Is that the weekend when the chefs subs generous. Helpings of his special veal fiscus for lunch. If you don't expect Italian food to be. Oh best male in Barcelona. There's a restaurant justice short walk away that might persuade you. Otherwise twin brothers stay final and Max Columbia moved to bus of from Venice almost twenty years ago and fell in love with the city. That restaurant Chamois which means twins in Venetian has been hailed as the city's best Italian so saying the fineness local ingredients. They've created a winning version of their home regions classic recipes such as mashed with polenta and sweet and Sour Sardines. The Interior is cozy elegantly. Behemoth on and you can expect relaxed but attentive service. Finally a tour of publicity is incomplete without a visit to one of the city's oldest and best known Tapa. Spas he met. The humid- is a Standing Room. Only bar in an old fashioned Bodega. That fits around fifteen people at a time. Not much has changed since the current owners. Great-grandfather opened the establishment in nineteen fourteen to sell his homemade wine which he served with a plate of preserved food such as anchovies or olives. Today's key metric you met has gained a reputation as one of the city's most iconic eateries an attracts long queues of hungry customers. The menu includes the selection of more than eighty dishes such as an open sandwich of smoked. Salmon Greek yogurts truffle. Honey will the traditional skelly Bala burst peppers Jeans and onions. Wash it down with a glass of wine from the well-stocked seller unfit for monocle. I'm Judy Webster. You say

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"skelly" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"skelly" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"L. L. Y. very but she was unable to find anything about it any information and I thought maybe I'd ask you all if anybody listening out there I had ever heard of Skelly very and if you have I just like to hear about if you're growing it or you know have tried it and even if it didn't work what have you so you put your blackberries and now had the black berries fruit on two year old canes right and then those caves dies so after the old canes finish fruiting you need to cut him to the ground so there's a just a little bit of maintenance with the black theories in fact once these plants mature on that every three years you want to tell him to the ground in the summer and that way you remove diseased word and it really rejuvenates the plant is like what I said about Salvia Grady I about every three years I cut mine really short at the end of winter when they start getting those beagle woody arms and stuff and that way they come back out like a you know fresh new little baby plant like you just got it out of the nursery and serve libraries are about the same way your goal with some basically for using the bush variety which is what you know is really the best for lease Travis county you want to keep them about a three foot hedge right and they will spread so you really kinda want to keep those suckers pruned down if the that are gonna come up at the base of them and you also want to be sure not to cut your to not to cut on in.

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Scaling Ethereum - Nick Johnson and Kevin Sekniqi

The Bitcoin Podcast

09:17 min | 2 years ago

Scaling Ethereum - Nick Johnson and Kevin Sekniqi

"Context of this talk is going to be on scaling and what it means the scale so i come from a traditional computational skelly background NHPC and i've always thought about the types of different things that can scale and usually when people when you see conversations on the internet i've actually spun from a conversation on the internet people say you know something trying to help if they're him or blockchain's to scale or this thing can't scale or you know this about what we did scale context of scaling could be looked at from a couple of different perspectives in my opinion it's i don't want okay this is this is like a final but it's usually involved with inclusion consensus so like how a transaction gets included into the canonical set everyone looks at within the confines of blockchain so this is sometimes called finality or latency state bloat which is basically the the the a corpus of the blockchain or the state of things that you're trying to say is true that usually that refers to the current state of things with bitcoin that's the UT exocet with ethereal it's much much larger you have all the variables within all the smart contracts as well as all of the addresses in their account balances suppose probably a few other things and so how big that grows and how it scales with transactions over time and you also have the computational overhead of changing these things searching the do things adding things which kind of goes in with on sinking from nothing staying up to date as you have all the real time changes within the network kevin and then the necessarily networking and communication overhead so there's a lot of different things that you can point at when you say this doesn't scale and the aren't orthogonal to each other either at so i kind of look at i've always looked at it from a a chemical dynamics background of a pitched in chemistry so obviously i do that at and it's it's one of those situations like what is the current limiting agent what is the one piece of all of the things mixing together and working together that's limiting the overall reaction from happening and if you have more of that or stop that than the whole thing stops and it's kind of we're talking about we're talking about scaling and the discussion that was on the twitter thread was back and forth on whether or not eighth theorem which is abu labs implementation of the VM using avalanche or snowball consensus helped up correct and that would give your second year here a second and that was whether or not is this scaling ethereal is this an attempt to scale if there because what this has recently introduced in the last defcon as an attempt to scale meriem and so i'm gonna start with kevin and ask you how is the scaling a theory and has that as at work with when that whole bunch of junk said i think you know the metaphor with living reagents here is is a nice one but when you call it when it comes down to talking about limitations of a particular the shoot it system you really need to take a look at the the first keyword there the particular the shooter system you need to take a look at what kind of guarantees and families your your consensus barocco they're implementing provides and then within that framework you can think about what kinds of looming agents exists harder the discussion arise from twitter as well was whether there are limitations the scaling eighth you know whether a theorem is a is a scale scale ability solution for ethereal them but it if you wanted to really analyze that particular party really i actually define what kinds of guarantees ethereal house what kinds of guarantees atheism has and then within the confines again he's an eight theory of provides are those sufficient for somebody that that really wants the theorem guarantees and invest the case than the oposite the the answer to whether a theorem scales ethereal is that yes but a theory comes at a cost which has a different set of guarantees but ethereal provide you in the first place because from the mentally it's different because it is a us being a theory amuses longest chain proof of work system at a protocol whereas atheism uses a whole new thing family coming out of avalanche which is based on you know a voting it it spans from lots of work at the shooter systems is his own family but ultimately it's different wild beasts nakamoto for example introduced you know something radical in distributed research which was the notion of reaching consensus without any identities this is really what what makes bitcoin quite revolutionary in what made it you know the playable in open permission to set the settings to begin with a question after many of these years's though can we still develop very hyper performance distributive systems still using anthony's and what kinds of guarantees do these systems provide you and within those works even though they're different guarantees i would say they're very sufficient to provides you know a security and decentralisation and so in that sense a theorem is scalable solution of ethereal mac so sophisticated agree that a theory of as different tradeoffs them serious and i think for the most part as i've seen them described since it was the souls could is nappy it the the trade-offs obata like i i would love to have effectively instant finale say or even just you know finality on the order of current time would be a great stat i would i'd love to have a visa proofs and light client since on so forth but i think when you're talking about scaling the whole system is posed scaling in individual component you can only really say that if you'll scaling within what's the current bottlenecks fifteen five bottleneck they the limiting reagents as hit corey and agree on what that is and the newest who say's with your change actually a fix that and in the case of a theory i believe the main bottlenecks right now first of all the right at which the state grows which we want to limit to something sensible and the time it takes to verify or a a note to verify transactions so that it can keep up and solicits behind catch up i think both of those are pretty close to the maximum of what we can reasonably do right now at the moment by some beach max it takes about an eighth time to process of block as real time i'm so you're catching up you can catch up in times real time i didn't want that figure to go much lower than this is today or will become very difficult nights to catch up and in terms of always i think we're a reasonable limit where if we go too much high they the the state will balloon unacceptably before we have good solutions to either shots stike orgies the state size so effectively you say that i'd say i think i would agree with you nick that while oughta provides a novel consensus mechanism where where the trade offs are probably better than how we currently do things inside of a theorem scales the number of transactional throughput you could put through the system by quite a bit but because we're having a hard time just handling national throughput that we currently have and the growth of the state associated with that throughput that additional transactional throughput isn't what we need so it's it's it's definitely something that pushes the boundaries of what we can currently do but if you did that you'd find yourself in a much basically the same in the in place but with probably better finally i don't think i pictured it's like a say theory is it just switched today and everything that is on a theorem is working on atheism you wouldn't want to go at two hundred or three hundred or whatever TPS you could possibly do because the state or the or the state growth as you have that many transactions going through would that allow the knows that our product processing these things keep up then the idea of starting from scratch is even more daunting than currently is in the in the ecosystem of how do i get a note onto the network in restless way

How America Thwarted a Giant Extension Cord for Renewables

The Energy Gang

03:34 min | 2 years ago

How America Thwarted a Giant Extension Cord for Renewables

"This week is author of a new book about the saga that unfolded when a wind energy pioneer tried just that we're we're. GonNa talk with Russell Gold of the Wall Street Journal about the transmission bottleneck in America's energy transition then to top presidential candidates are calling for day one ban on fracking racking and promising to phase out nuclear. What would be the consequences if Democrat actually put those promises into Action Russell wrote a great book on the fracking boom a few years years back so he's going to help us out with that topic as well and finally were digging into that Jonathan Franzen piece in the New Yorker that everyone is up in arms about we'll look at why it got so many people including thing myself so hot and bothered in Washington DC it is our co-host Catherine Hamilton Chair of thirty nor solutions. Hello Catherine how are you. I'm great. Congress came back act today so now I have to start wearing shoes. Although you are coming to us from home today so you have the option whether or not to wear shoes that's right in New Mexico this week traveling for some kind of speaking gig. It's Jigger Shah the president of generate capital. What about New Mexico for I'm here with my friends friends. The Energy Foundation and I'm not wearing shoes in Austin Texas. It is our guest. Russell gold a senior energy reporter at the Wall Street Street Journal Russell Welcome. Are you wearing shoes absolutely not I work from home. I bet he's wearing bunnies libbers. I am also not wearing shoes so look at this guys. We are We're all getting as comfortable as possible so nestling kick your feet up. Let's have a long conversation about transmission. Russell is a longtime newspaper reporter. He is a Pulitzer Prize finalist analyst for his reporting on the deepwater horizon oil spill. He's got two books under his belt. One on fracking called the boom and the latest is super power. It's all about this guy named Michael Skelly in his harrowing attempt to build one of the most ambitious energy infrastructure projects in recent history a series of high-voltage transmission lines essentially renewable energy the extension cords running from Oklahoma to the southeast and this book is about Skelly Journey and what it tells us about the difficulties of the clean energy transition so russell. You've covered a lot of different energy stories in your day. Why did you zero in on this one. I actually didn't really set out to write a book about transmission I I I looked around and I wanted to write about the people who were doing something big and ambitious about energy and climate and you know it didn't really matter what they were doing. I just will sort of wanted to understand what it took to throw yourself into a giant project because my sense was that the energy trends transition was going to require are these big ambitious ideas and projects and you know. I've sort of been reading a bunch of David McCullough box on the building the Brooklyn Bridge and the Panama Canal and I I wondered what was the equivalent equivalent today and I looked around and talk to people and people said Oh you gotta get down to Houston and talk to this guy named skelly because what he's trying to do with his company you know that that's that's the modern equivalent of building the Brooklyn Bridge. This is a big ambitious project and I went down and met him and you know his personal story. Worry sort of takes you from the the beginning of the modern renewable movement here in the United States late nineteen nineties up until today and I thought you know this is a fascinating story so oh I threw myself into transit transmission and how did skelly get so obsessed with transmission himself well you know he

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"skelly" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"skelly" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I see movies except for the scary ones, you don't have to win. Decidedly not scary. The latest, I guess you would say the Godzilla movie, Pamela, this one is called Godzilla king of the monsters. They're moving. Hunting. They'll respond directly. Stop this Kadora. We stopped them all. Is there another creature that might stand a chance against so? That sounds intense. It's kind of an intense film, it is decidedly, a B movie though. When I say that the big star of the movie is Kyle Chandler. Yeah, exactly. You'd recognize his face. But he always be movies Friday night, lights Friday night, lights. Okay. Okay. TV guy. Here's the thing, there are Godzilla fans out there. There were a lot of them at the movie screening, I went to did they make it fun. They were wearing a tie. I love that dress like until but like t shirts and hats and things like they're, they're indicates. It was not one person dressed like God Zillah, not one hard to watch it through that head. But this is a movie where it seems like they've just kind of accepted the fact that we don't really have much of a story to tell and you know what the fact that none of the store, he makes any sense. No matter don't let that get in the way that we have two hours of CGI, computer generated monsters fighting monsters, but it's a good fighting. Is it entertaining fighting? It becomes a little like at some point, you're like, okay, I get it. You know, he's got out of his mouth, that could be better there. You know. Here's the only thing I think it might be a saving grace. If you're a New York, Yankees fan where am I going with this year, Anki span, one of the pivotal, pivotal fight scenes? They destroy Fenway stating Fenway park is the Boston Fenway destroyed by the monsters fighting. And I thought, well, at least Yankees fans will enjoy this part Godzilla king of the monsters on the one to five skelly give it to nap. What's it rated, do you know it is PG thirteen? Okay. It's intense fighting does it but not gory. Not fighting it's monsters for God's. Okay. Two and a half out of five the other one coming out. I want to see this those of you that your rock and roll biopic. If you will finally we get to learn a little more about, sir. Elton John, the movie's called rocket, man. Fatboy.

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"skelly" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"skelly" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"R Kelly charged with sex abuse. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox news. Prosecutors in Chicago say are and b star R Kelly abused several underage girls and Kelly will be arraigned today on ten charges of aggravated sexual abuse. The first victim initials h w was involved in incidents which occurred between may twenty six to nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight and may twenty fifth nineteen ninety nine a grand jury returned an indictment on four counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Based on the victim being under the age of seventeen and Robert Kelly being more than five years older than the victim. Cook County state's attorney Kimberly, FOX Kelley's attorney, Steve Greenberg says all the women accusing Kelly are lying skelly is strong. He's got a lot of support. And he's going to be vindicated on all these charges one by one if that has to be Kelly as denied allegations of sexual misconduct. Volving women and underage girls. For decades. Meantime, labor secretary Alexandra cost us back on the hot seat for a plea deal that he struck a decade ago with billionaire sexual predator. Jeffrey Epstein who was accused of molesting eighty women and trafficking minors from overseas to perform its sex parties. Epstein was facing life in prison. But because of the plea agreement that a cost who was by his top prosecutor signed off on Epstein ended up serving thirteen months in the Palm Beach county jail. The deal also gave his victims, no recourse. But now a federal judge in Florida says the agreement was illegal and some democratic lawmakers what? President Trump to demand a Costa's resignation trace Gallagher and the owner of the New England Patriots isn't sex trouble of his own police in Jupiter, Florida charging Robert Kraft was soliciting process.

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"skelly" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

10:56 min | 3 years ago

"skelly" Discussed on WBAI

"Eight eighty the cop with a night. Stick is name of that too much heat toga Sheila in months, Selena gala, the best second choice in the history of Latin music, also a very fine composer and arranger. He is just amazing go dehorning Mattie better before then we call him. Manley. Beira the gentlemen, food sang negro in its own intimate module. And for good reason. The man is just the epitome of Puerto Rican manhood if you will. I remember him walking down the streets of body you in a turtleneck. And in those days, you didn't wear turtlenecks heating care. He always worked out. He was always ingred shape. He had his problems. He had his challenges. But you didn't want to mess with them. You didn't want to mess with Mattie better. And I liked it there guys like that that I grew up with. And so maybe it was a warped sense of masculinity. But I kind of liked it. You knew not to mess with certain people's families. You knew not to mess with certain women knew not to mess with just laws. It was a code of warrior hood that I loved on today. You don't know today? The lines are so fragile and so- nuanced. You don't know how are you supposed to act when I was growing up, and maybe it's a bit archaic. But you knew that you never ever strike an older woman. You never ever talk to an older woman a senior citizen disrespectfully. You never rob. I don't care how much dope you need at the time. You never rob an person's home. You never rob a church unheard of or Schule or might you. Just don't do it. I don't care if you're kicking or what you just don't do it. So that. And you always asked to go for dance. We used to go up in these big dances. We would ask. What would you have this dance with me? You don't grab her by the hand and just take her out to the dance floor you crazy. And if a brothers day, you definitely will get stabbed. So it was like it was a different time then and I'm not going to the nostalgic thing and try to say we got, but we do need to bring back a sense of courtesy a sense of articulation. How do you speak to people? You never say I've heard young people saying, you ain't my mother, and my father, you don't tell me what to do. And I'm amazed. Because if I did that in the east Harlem Harlem that I grew up with. A woman whether she black white Puerto Rico would smack you bring you to your mother you get smacked again. How dare you? You don't talk to an older person. Like that. In fact, I remember one day. I didn't I was playing skelly, man. You know, how skelly is you gotta get on your knees man, and I had made this Kelly top made up a instead of having the regular soda cap soda caps filled with gum or wax. What I would do is get the big orange juice caps, those things will monsters. So you hit that everybody has to scatter side. And I keep people into thirteen those of you who know what I'm talking about. No what I'm talking about. Right. There was there were there were a series of boxes and in each quadrant. There was a little box. So you had to put the bottle bottle cap into one of the quadrants one two three four. And then when you're in thirteen you're supposed to help you boy. Oh blooded. So I was so intent on getting this this thing in and keeping everybody away from me that I forgot that. An Hager had come by and show. She's walking by she apparently said, I don't remember it. And none of my guys remember it? Because usually my friends will tell me, hey, this lady's calling you because they knew black people in those days new Puerto Rican protocols you better say Hello to everybody passes. So sure enough notating saving to me. She apparently went to his house and said, you know, I passed by Philip and he didn't say anything. Well, when I got in is about five or six o'clock bang in my face. I said what was that for? What did I do? She said you did not speak to one Hilliker an elder of the church has the demon possessed. You are you out of your mind? Do you wanna die today? Because if you feel like, Dan and go to heaven, I'll bring you there right now. And I don't remember how it doesn't matter. You'll be aware of your surroundings whenever some old person. So now have to not only worry about the thirteen. I gotta worry about every Puerto Rican and black person passing by me because it also happened with black vote if MRs battle Richard battles mother passed by me. Philippi. Philip how you doing? Are you doing about how you how's everybody and Richard is right next to me. She would ignore Richard talk to me, you better talk to miss battle. You know, something I hear the stories that have heard them my whole life, very different time in the city black and Puerto Rican culture, the cohesion the synergy, but I gotta ask you something in the midst of MLK day, Dr king since you bring it to that subject matter. The slain the assassinated, the iconic trailblazers of civil rights who started in a church, and we'll go to the list of them have come in past. What would they think right now, what was the crossroads in which we see the contrast of what that time you're talking about the fifty to forty to sixty s a what was the crossbows? The threshold we crossed which made it so different which what these former leaders or including yourself. Put your put yourself in the same category. What would be the analysis of? Of course, some good some bad. But what would be the reflection of what's going on now? And what would be? The platform of reason for what we see right now in terms of the madness in terms of the dysfunction sums of what is so different. What our young people with our families sense of self? What else if identity and our vision, first of all we would have had a number of options. They would have been black leadership that would have been like king of very loving accommodate. Militant don't get me, wrong, socialist attitude. I know why don't think he was socialist. If you read his why we shouldn't be in Vietnam, you'll be shocked. Oh, yeah. He was socially influence out of out of a seven, no doubt. No doubt about it. But by the way, he was very very bourgeois. He didn't want to get out of his bag. It was rap Brown and Stokely Carmichael and James foreman who pushed him and said you've got to do more than this. We're not going to sit here and take this while you just do marches, and so they pushed him toward militancy the first Birmingham Birmingham. Was it? The the the bridge that day cross. He didn't wanna do it. He back. Off to about Selma Selma. He didn't wanna do it. They forced him, dude. In other words, there are times we have to force all leadership to be courageous. They don't wanna do it. You have to force them to do it now. So you had on the one hand. And here's the other thing you had an intersectional confluence of of of interest. You had Martin you had Adam Clayton Powell you had. Who also ROY Wilkins would have very big organization of N double ACP. And you think he was any wasn't militant let's be honest. But at least there was a force to be reckoned with Ameer Baraka couldn't stand up, but that's besides the parade. I'm an out of that came. It was the church, politics and. And you had and you had the Muslims. Now. You had the Arjun. He'll he'll here was the the options. Papa you not only had Martin Luther King, Malcolm. So for those who didn't want to go the nonviolent route you had a guy who's saying you shoot at me. I'm shooting back at you. Right. So there's a fair balance a balance sociopolitical ecosystem, we're not gonna take this stuff and the honorable Muhammad was very popular at that time. A lot of us thought that Malcolm was crazy in the beginning. Because it talking about white people like that. Oh my God. Of course, he chains later, but his militancy was so strong that it drew hundreds of thousands of young black kids to the NY the nation of Islam hundreds of thousands because they weren't taking it, and they weren't having when used to see the nation of Islam much you got scared. They were serious that one thing in a Spike Lee movie where they're all standing in front of police station while that didn't happen all the time. When it did happen you when you walked in front of a mosque the Masjid to this day on one hundred sixteen speak. You don't curse you don't say anything out of ordinary. You say Salaam aleikum, you may not you may be Jewish. You may be sheen told you maybe behi-, you know, how to say Salaam aleikum while we learned to love Islam through them. They were so clean. So. Family oriented and their beam pies were not to be believed with that being said the contrast with all those things happening at the same time. The Panthers the nation had this came after all that. What was it about Martin stand platform of nonviolence which made it? Palatable to the American psyche. The because the the concept of mastery. The concept of superiority is to make sure that your subjects think that you can always beat them. The concept of racism is built on this. You are inferior you are ugly. You are not worth it. You are worthless. And you must never rebellious me ever. So along comes a preacher who preaches a confrontation, but not violence. We love that America has always loved that Jomo Kenyatta said to the English. I'm telling you, we're when negotiating now, we will not continue to negotiate at one point. We're going to try to kill you. And they said, yes. Yes. Jomo, of course. And he built a group called the mouse to this day when you hear the word your blood curdle, and he said they came to Kenya. This team. They came the bell. Engines came to Kenya. The English came to Kenya. With the bible. We had the land. They told us to pray. We closed is it not prayed when we woke up from when we opened our eyes. They had the land and we had the bible. Dig what I'm saying? So he didn't trust it at all. Look at what happened to to low, but you're to sought what's a masterful general masterful. He had been an African soldier in the in Haiti so head Desalegn. But as soon as to solve it should decided that he wanted to trust them sit down with the French. They shot him. Right. They they assassinated him. What to bring it back home? In the Bill anyway, getting back. You're absolutely right. I'm going off the difference was that we had options. But there was something else. We had father's right with fathers in a community who taught the young men how to act tack that was an important part of the social component. There were men. Did you look up to? And if you didn't have a father who had an uncle or grandfather who was serious along Sherman a laborer in the in the garment district you had that I used to look at the Italians living on east side..

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"Pharma Bro" Shkreli arrives at federal prison

Colorado's Morning News

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

"Pharma Bro" Shkreli arrives at federal prison

"Colorado for special vote for our lives rally tonight in littleton the socalled farm bro he's on the move former pharmaceutical executive martin shkreli was moved from the metropolitan detention center in brooklyn to fbi fort dix a low security federal prison in new jersey skelly was sentenced last month to seven years for securities fraud and ordered to forfeit more than seven million dollars set skelly became famous for hiking the price of a lifesaving drug in prison skelly will receive a more modest work assignment aaron katersky reporting and finally a.

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