35 Burst results for "T Gregory"
Cowboys Defensive End DeMarcus Lawrence Will Miss 6-8 Weeks With Broken Foot
"Going on with the cowboys. Upfront what can you tell me about. Tank lawrence randy gregory. Big game for the cowboys here in los angeles against the chargers. What do you know about that. Yeah so i. I think like the you know demarcus lawrence obviously. That's a really unfortunate break for them. And he's had injuries in the past. And i i don't know if i'd relates that because there's a foot thing and it's sort of a free thing but he's going to be gone for two months and that like to me. I just sort of looking at how patchwork they've been and they'll get gregory back but like like you know with randy gregory and then over the years taking swings on different guys like alden smith and and and and You know and and if you want to go further back hardy And how they've just sort of continuous roll the dice try and get those positions right And lawrence was the one that they really hit on and now he's out for two months and you know. I think the cowboys defensively did a lot of things well in the opener but the fact is such a big part of the way that defense worked and i worked and i think dan coins a fantastic defensive coordinator but a big part of how the defense works seattle type of defense works is. Can you get heat on the pass or can you come from multiple angles quarterback and lawrence is one of those guys when he's at his best. He changes the math for everybody else. He's gonna change the matchups. He's going to get more guys singled up or guys are going to be favourable spa favorable spot because of him. So now you take them out of the equation and i think it's a big big loss for the cowboys.
Blinken Defends Biden's Handling of Afghanistan Withdrawal
"Secretary of state Anthony Blinken is defending the administration's handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal amid angry criticism from Republicans at a contentious house hearing from house foreign affairs ranking member Michael McCall this was an unmitigated disaster to Ohio Steve shabby this is a disgrace even top panel Democrat Gregory Meeks says the administration could have done better absolutely yes Lincoln knows the administration inherited Taliban peace deal from Donald Trump and says nobody predicted Afghan forces would fall so fast and amid criticism for leaving American citizens behind Blinken says the chaotic evacuation effort was successful the extraordinary effort under the most difficult conditions imaginable Sager mag ani Washington
Dallas Cowboys Starting Tackle La'El Collins Suspended 5 Games
"Lyle collins suspension. Which for those of you. That have not heard yet. Which i'm sure you have but Friday afternoon it was announced that he was getting a five game suspension for violation of the substance abuse policy There's nothing on the books in the nfl drug policy that says a substance abuse issue is a five game penalty. There is a for the second time you're punished for methamphetamines. Or amphetamines and adderall. And diuretics and things like that That is a five game suspension. So i don't know if there's some somehow taking that as precedents and applying it lyle's case and somehow It's still murky as to what exactly. He was in the drug program for There was a report on sl from jason lockenfora that he's been tested ten times a month for the last eighteen months which that's not totally unusual. I know there have been players before that have been tested with that. Frequency randy gregory had talked about that When he came back so it's it's not totally unheard of for that to happen. But i don't know why lyle would. It have been in the program but missing a test missing. These tests are refusing member. Whatever the story is because apparently it was not a failed test. Missing these tests would result in this suspension. Only if he had already been on the program. So something's off here where we're missing a lot of details here and hopefully we can get some more clarity about it But as it stands now we don't know exactly what he's in the program for. There's lyles disputing the word. Representation is disputing the refusal to take the tests and and they're in this appeal process. They've already appealed apparently and it was rejected but they feel like the appeal process has not been exhausted. And so that's part of where this tension is coming from. Mike mccarthy didn't have any other comments on it he just said they were not surprised suspension. So this is something. That's been brewing. It's been something that's been out there. And that the cowboys have been aware of
Italian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen on Pole After Valtteri Bottas Wins Sprint
"Vouch. we bought one one seconds qualifying at the twenty two nd. Two italian gregory beating max staffan with lewis hamilton fifth after making a poor start from among side us down robotic finished third mclaren ahead of his teammate landowners who kept hamilton at bay for the duration of the race which was disrupted by a fast lap crash for twenty months of winter. Pa ouseley ghazi. Briefy fit the mccaren of down. Your ricardo damaged his front wing as a result which went underneath his front wheels causing him to shoot off into the gravel. The crash about the safety car and ask as these call was recovered a clash between iki snow to number but cubits so usa came about the race restarted on that four of eighteen with batas romping to one point six second lead over verstappen with hamilton chasing. The two mclarens both tie as fast as the mediums of the cheerleaders. On the second mercedes recorded came home fourteen point five seconds behind the winner with norris keeping hamilton behind him who at times was even sliding around dramatically shall lead time. His ferrari teammate call assigned in sixth and seventh the former recovering from feeding on while at the end of f. b. two scientists ferrari had been rebuilt off his heavy f. b. to crash came highway started ahead of antonucci of nazi. The affirmation drive ahead of the charging such a paris to finish with the red bull. Dr having to make a couple of attempts to pause after martin's launch drove for that position.
Cowboys Kicker Misses Two Field Goals in Dramatic Loss to Buccaneers
"I i don't think there's any way of getting around at the tonight. A loser for the dallas cowboys. Is greg zero line. Let's let's your thoughts your thoughts on greg's Let's see here one second. This is a hectic night. Obviously greg line just amber says. I'm so mad right now on facebook. i'm with you. I get this. You know an anthony says not the same defense Tony says push off definitely a push off there at the end cowboys losing. Because the buccaneers drive. If somehow missed the game drive at the very kick a game winning field goal which just about no time remaining cowboys. defense can't stop them in the cowboys. Defense i will say kind of was a little bit of the same old defense. We didn't get you know a defense that was just allowing the bucks going on and on and on and on but this defense did get four turnovers tonight. But if we examine those turnovers. I think the only real authentic one was the demarcus lawrence forced fumble demarcus. Lawrence is definitely a winner tonight. I think demarcus lawrence was awesome. But the first interception the cowboys had the trayvon digs on was a tipped ball. Off of leonard fournette. Yes that counts. Yes that's true. Yes that count statistically but you know that's not necessarily your defense making a play on the ball cowboys also got an interception on. Tom brady at the end of the first half throwing a hail. Mary trying something before the half. That isn't really count. Although jordan lewis certainly had valiant effort trying to run that back and get some points You know the last turnover. The one that kind of turned the game around a little bit. That gave the cowboys. an opportunity. There at the very end Was just kinda. Chris godwin you know running into devante. Casey's helmet those things aren't necessarily You know something. You can replicate on a week by week basis and so for that reason. It's hard to give the cowboys credit. For all of those turnovers it was a different type of performance at the exact same defense we. I think we definitely saw some improvements. I think that mike parsons played moderately. Well i think that demarcus lawrence has mentioned played while randy gregory was on things But this was. I mean man. What a rough game for anthony
Tigers Quiet Reds' Bats, Take Series With 4-1 Win
"Jameer Candelario delivered a two run triple in the sixth inning breaking a scoreless tie in sending the Tigers past the Reds forty one Candelaria came home on a sacrifice fly as Detroit took the rubber match of the three game set five Tigers hurlers combined to limit Cincinnati to six hits Gregory Soto uncorked a wild pitch that scored a run in the eighth inning before fanning Nick Casciano said Joey Votto two of the three runs allowed by Louise Casteel in six innings were unearned the Reds have dropped six of their last eight I'm Dave Ferrie
Author Jonathan Eig Discusses His New Book 'Ali: A Life'
"Book is ali a life biography. And it's incredible and the author of jonathan joins us on the podcast. We're going to kind of do an ollie specific pot here so let's start at the beginning just like the book does his family's two generations removed slavery. We know there are some history that none of us really knew about. Even he didn't know about about his own grandparents. He has a father whose abusive but talented. They weren't a destitute family by any means In their neighborhood louisville it was. It was a family that was probably doing better than some others. But i think the the foundation of who ali became as a person. How did he develop this kind of unpolished. Personality is non compromising personality at such a young age. That's really one of the central questions to understanding. Ali and i think it goes to understanding american history. You know when. I interviewed dick gregory for this book. He said to me e books not going to be worth a damn. If you can't explain. What made a kid from the jim crow south same age as emmett till think that he could talk back to white people and get away with it that he can call himself the greatest when everybody around him was telling him he was a second class citizen. You got to be able to understand what made ali capable of that. And it's a really difficult question. I mean it's really complicated. Part of it is that he grows up in. Not the deep south louisville thinks of itself as more progressive. There are some opportunities That wouldn't be available to him anywhere else For example to to walk into a boxing gym at age twelve and have a white cop offer to help him and to be to get in the ring and mix it up with white kids. That didn't happen in alabama or mississippi. But it did happen in louisville and so all of these things And the fact that his father was really a you know a fighter Not in the boxing sense. Which is somebody who didn't think that we should have to take the the conditions that we were born into because of this racist country that that That we live in.
Majority of Covid Misinformation Comes From 12 People, Report Finds
"Today on point. We're going to talk about the so-called disinformation doesn't and to help us do that. John gregory joins us. He's deputy editor of health at news. Guard a group that rates the reliability of information on six thousand different sites is the co author of another report titled the kuban nineteen vaccine misinformation super spreaders. john gregory. Welcome to on point. Thank you for having me all right. So twelve roughly. Twelve accounts are are responsible for some sixty five percent of all anti vaccine. Disinformation that's from the center for countering digital hate. Does that match with your analysis of where a lot of the anti vaccine untruths are coming from. Those are certainly some of the most prolific and kind of established sources in the anti vaccine world. They're not alone in spreading anti vaccine misinformation on facebook or on any other platform our earlier report which predated when the cove in nineteen vaccines were widely available. They were still in only available to someone in clinical trials. We catalog thirty four pages on facebook not with followings ranging from the a little bit under one hundred thousand to the millions and of those thirty four pages Twenty four of them are still active today and there is some overlap with the disinformation dozen like robert. F kennedy juniors children's health defense and the truth about cancer group but out of the thirty four. We identified a larger subset that were spreading this information about vaccines before anyone. Outside of a trial could get them twenty. Four still active and seventy seventeen of the twenty two of them. We identified outside the. Us are still active. A few more of them were taken down from. They were us-based pages
Held Hitless Into 7th by Houser, Pirates Top Brewers in 10th
"The brewers continue to lead the NL central by seven and a half games over the Reds after Milwaukee wasted a four nothing lead in an eight five ten inning loss to the pirates brewers starter Adrian Houser was pulled after tossing hitless ball over six and a third innings Hauser walked five and left with a four nothing lead after tossing one hundred four pitches Gregory Polanco singled home the tie breaking run in the tenth and Brian Reynolds followed with a two run single at the site Garcia tied the game for the brewers with his third hit and third run batted in the game an RBI double in the seventh I'm Dave Ferrie
"t gregory" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Gregory Santos? He's on a big suspension. They can't trade him, Can they? I don't know if you can. I think you can Would you give up the kid from daily sale? Kyle Harrison marketing. You don't want to give up Kyle Harrison, the lefty, would you give up Hunter Bishop? You mentioned Well, he's been hurt. Yeah, Canary I heard was pulled out in a day. I thought he was gonna trade but they haven't. They haven't done that. Yet. The one thing I know is that and this happens in all sports. I'm not saying that these guys can't be stars. I was just looking this morning, Adam. It's a 50 50 proposition. Even if you're talking about the top 10 prospects in baseball, so I think in every sport we overvalue Prospects. But then when a big prospect hits and you have a trade that looks bad because of prospect got really good. And and you know whether it be Zack Wheeler or whatever you want to talk about. People get really mad about it. I get it. But if you if you do look at it statistically, it's about a 50 50 even with the top players like last night in the NBA draft, and they just sat there and said This guy is great. This guy's great fit. This guy is gonna be great. This guy would be great. No, he's not. It's 50 50. Go to the NFL Draft top 10 best quarterbacks. All those quarterbacks were just taken trail and Zach Wilson Trevor Lawrence. It's gonna be a 50 50 shot They're gonna have we're gonna fail. That's what the stats tell you so Nobody ever talked about the fact that you wouldn't trade a guy for a certain guy, but they always talk about it. When you trade a certain guy. Then that guy turns into a superstar. The reality is these guys are all great on paper, but between even the top two prospects like Luciano. And Ramos. One of those two guys will probably hit. The other one is just gonna be either OK or not very good at all. So you just have to be able to identify obviously the right ones. The right ones to make building in a trade, so you should know your own organization. That's what's fascinating to me. Is it's difficult to acknowledge and everybody's organizations, but there's there's hundreds of people that do this for the Giants and all major league teams. It's not just far hunted, Scott. You know they got Hundreds of people in regional scouts, and they look at all these guys. But the key thing say you're trying say you're given and Scott's ears just ringing. He's been talking to Jed Hoyer, who you work with in Chicago for days. And they keep stumbling on the Brian trade. You know? Look at what? Look at what Friedman gave up to get now That's different, but they get Scherzinger and trade Turner. They gave up one and two. They gave up their Bart. And they gave up their Luciano. Picture different, but still they gave up their top two guys. The key thing. Is to make a trade giving up the right 50% where we know who our guys are going to be, and a lot of this is really hard to know There is a ball. A lot of their their higher prospects are way down Marco Luciano. Looks like you can't miss. Possibly when you look at the body and the shoulders and Wow, look at that guy, but he could miss he could miss. But It's the key thing is to get them to take the 50%. You want to trade and you keep the other because realistically, not all of these guys are going to take the field for the San Francisco Giants one day. But it's just fascinating where you kind of thought there in the middle of a rebuild, or at least a transitional stage where you've got the older guys on the roster coming off the rest off the payroll. We've been waiting for this year, but they're playing so well. You have the best record in baseball. And you've got this glittering farm system that you want to be a part of tomorrow. And then even if you don't say you went out and did the Shires or Turner deal say, just lined up, right? You've got plenty of money. If you want to re sign trade Turner now what do you do with crop but you can make it work and strike could play different positions in the Across. Heard an eight an older player where Turner is going to play longer. And then you could. You could just pay Shires or whatever. Scott borrow swans because you have so much money, So the Giants have so much going on where we're the best team in baseball. We have a loaded minor league system. We have so much payroll flexibility. For right now, acquiring some one and four Requiring someone on a expiring contract or rental. We could sign them long term, so they've got just win when when they can do whatever they want here. And it's fascinating to watch what's going on with with Farhan and how he's doing it, But I would venture to guess. That they are they've been on. Just leave them on the line. They don't want to hear what we're talking, but he didn't put us on mute here. And when I want to hit the button, he's right there. But they bottom line is what prospect will Jed Hoyer take back in Chicago for Kris Bryant? Is he saying You gotta give me Luciano? Ramos. I don't really want Bart. I've already got a catcher, Or does he want what he go down further on the list? I think that's the game of poker. We're playing and then simultaneously, you know Sandy and Frank Scott, New York and playing the same game. They just added by as Can you imagine an infield where they get Kris Bryant on top of that, and he got Chicago Cubs surrounding Linder with the Mets because they you know they they they were all in. They got a new owner with a lot of money there. Steve Cohen wants to win. And they've had some injuries and their starting rotation, so it's just fascinating to look on how this all goes down, but I hear you on the 50 50. But the key thing is right now to get them to take the guy. We want to trade and not be forced to trade. The guy that we want to keep. Absolutely. And look, I'm not making an excuse. I want him to make a move. I want him to get Kris Bryant. I think that he's everything. Not everything. I think they could have used a starter or closer and made that 789 something like that. But at this point of the process, Kris Bryant and maybe at the beginning of the process is the best fit in terms of playing all over having the right handed bat being the type of guy and player being the face of the franchise if you want to sign them long term. West Coast guy. I think he's I think he is clearly the guy if they walk out of here today. And they don't have anybody and they don't make a move. I still think the future is bright for the franchise. And I would say that he's earned the benefit of doubt. Will fans be frustrated? Yeah, but in the next 30 minutes, yeah, that start up. I don't even know I don't know if it will, But, yeah, I mean, just based on the text line. People are being fairly unreasonable will probably hit the bottle early, which I don't have an issue with. But I do think that you know people will be upset, especially given the fact that the Dodgers went out and did what they did. But I'll say this. It's better than not make a move to make a bad move..
"t gregory" Discussed on KGO 810
"Gregory Copley, the editor and publisher of Defence and Foreign Affairs. Eight new realities in the Indo Pacific this vast amount of water that is people by allies, adversaries and one great big challenge. That would be the People's Republic of China and its projection of power with the People's Liberation Army NAVY. We begin with two exercises in the end of Pacific region by allies, Gregory A. Very good evening to you. What is talismanic Sphere a saber. And what is it meant to accomplish? Good day. Greater you, John. Well exercise Talisman Saber is actually a regular series of exercises normally conducted by the U. S and Australian troops and generally involved Amphibious warfare exercises held every two years, the current one tells would say about 2021 is now underway of Townsville on the northeast coast of Australia. In Queensland. Uh, the best time there are about 11 countries involved, including the U. S and Australia. Japan is down there. India is there. The UK and so on. So you've got New Zealand? Obviously, of course, uh, there so it's basically really gearing up for the For the first time, I would say was real purpose because the US is real orienting its amphibious rooms here a programme It's looking at a new age of offensive warfare around the world. Just we're just coming out of literally three quarters of a century of defensive warfare doctrine globally. So now it's moving into much more fluid offensive warfare operations, largely because of what the People's Republic of China is doing. So this is a very significant exercise and very high level and getting a lot of attention by U. S Marine Corps headquarters in the US apart from the various allies of the US around the world. Hold your report that the gala and navy has dispatched an auxiliary general intelligence vessel a g I or is this ordinary Gregory? Oh, absolutely these what they call it. Intel Intelligence gathering ship said that this class of of worship is, uh about 6000 tons that fairly sophisticated this time there were two of them. I gather off the coast of Queensland outside of territorial waters, but in the exclusive economic zone, perfectly legal a lot of Australians, however, for the first time being indignant about this quote, invasion of our space by the P L. A Navy, um were But even the Australian Defence Minister Peter Dutton has said Look, this is perfectly Normal. They're abiding by the law, and we absolutely support freedom of navigation because we expect to conduct freedom of navigation exercises ourselves, implying through the South China Sea in the East China Sea and the like, cannot see Taiwan straits. So So Basically the Chinese have been saying, this is critically legal. How dare you and impunity with anything else? Uh, The reality is that the Australian public reaction is the new factor of this, uh the Australian public is now reinforcing its support for the Australian government of Prime Minister Scott Morrison to resist Beijing's attempt to coerce Australia into supporting the People's Republic of China. The same type of ship. Or maybe the same ships will also be observing an exercise con can. This is the Royal Navy and the Indian navy. It would appear that the L A Navy is monitoring the whole of the quad. Is that the idea here? Well, there's no question that the L A maybe is absolutely obsessed with what the Indian Navy is doing and could do getting their G ships. Their intelligence gathering ships into the Bay of Bengal to monitor exercise can content is going to be interesting to see whether they can sustain that. This will certainly be doing a lot of monitoring, Uh, electronically and from space and the like. So it's gonna be interesting to see just how much they can get close to, uh, these closed waters of the Bay of Bengal, where the Royal Navy's carrier strike group under H. M s Queen Elizabeth the carrier. Uh and and the Indian navy with its own carriers. Just gonna be interesting to see how place Appealing. Now we can get to that. But they certainly are obsessed with what India can do because the real wild card in constraining and containing the PRC is India. Yes, India. But I go to another factor that put its cards on the table just a few days past the foreign minister of Japan, making a statement that Japan will Adamantly come to the defense of Taiwan. If attack does that make everybody a little sharper and these monitoring exercises about the P L. A Navy that they realized their traditional enemy is now back in the game. Absolutely the and it's of course, the doing of the Communist Party of China because it's it's always whipped up the, uh the century of shame as a result of Japanese incursions into China over in the past, so they really built up this hatred of Japan and the Japanese have responded to that, Um But there's no question that the the PSE and the P L. A. Maybe in particular airport, trying to move into the East China Sea but in particular to, uh, dispute Japan's sovereignty over the Senkaku or don't you are Thai island groups just north of Taiwan. So, um, The reality is that as the Japanese foreign minister said that the And the defense. White paper by the way of Japan, which just came out stresses that an attack on Taiwan would threaten, uh, Japanese national security. Therefore, they would have to respond, so the implication was fairly clear. Japan would intervene on the side of Taiwan to help defend it if the P R C, uh launched an attack on Taiwan And because of the India, the Japan US security relationship and treaty as the only security treaty, which Japan has it might automatically involved the United States and currently aid of Japan. Um and the United States even under the Biden administration has actually made it clear that it will keep reinforcing Taiwan. It's now committed to providing technology for the new Taiwanese indigenous submarine.
Developing Resiliency and Self-Care Practices With Dr. Gregory Brown
"What are some of the things that you think especially coming out of seeing. All this stuff happened for people to go tie. You're right i needed. I needed double down. What are some things that can give like ten acts benefit to the things that you can invest in that can then create the foundation of the resiliency. That will be better served when something else happens. I mean first of all i think. I think that's an excellent question. But i think it's worth exploring. What is resiliency even me like. We're talking about that. As you know calmness from itself you a lot of work with men and a lot of time this idea of resiliency is interpreted as the tendency not to break right so we just have to fell through everything right. Tub it out. I like to think of resiliency as our ability to adapt right to adapt to change to adapt to uncertainty. And i think that's the real challenge. We have in front of us right now. So couple things. I think perspective is a powerful powerful powerful tool right. And that's something that no matter where you are. What your walk of life me all have control over our perspective the way that we use certain situations right the other thing is so care right and so i often talk about these tenants of self care especially when it comes to mental health sleep spirituality. Which doesn't just mean religion right nutrition breath and movement. And then you know the last thing that i would really encourage people to focus on. Is this idea of community. I think that's right now especially this idea of jurassic for judgment connecting with the people around us understanding their stories. I think things that can actually help us. Maintain better mental health and maintain all those things that take care of us navigate these uncertain
Suzzanne Douglas, 'The Parent 'Hood' Actress, Dies at 64
"Has died, according to a woman identified as her cousin and ET on Facebook. Who wrote Suzanne Douglas, a beautiful and talented actress made her transition. She warmed our hearts on movie screens and televisions. That's all over the world. She was 64 years old Douglas played opposite Gregory Hinds as the lead in tap. She also had roles in how Stella got her groove Back The Parenthood and David Duvernay's When they see us, Father you. Q. It's lazy. Doesn't change the past. Duvernay on Twitter called Douglas A gem of a Lady Michele
Three Principles to Help Improve Your Decision Making
"The three principles the three definitions that i use in my own decision making the first is about listening. This is from mark meteo. Who's a philosopher. Meditators a poet and he writes to listen is to continually give up all expectations and to give our attention completely and freshly to what is before us not really knowing what we will hear or what it will mean in the practice of our days to listen is to lean in softly with a willingness to be changed by what we hear to listen. The second one is courage and one of its earliest forums. The word courage meant to speak one's mind by telling all one's heart to speak one's mind by telling all one's heart that's from bernie brow and the last one is compassion and the definition or the way that i think about compassion most often comes from father gregory boyle who's a jesuit priest and he wrote about compassion as to stand in awe of what someone has to carry rather than in judgment of how carry to send an all of what someone has to carry rather than in judgment of how they caria and so when i reflect that towards myself how that shows up is m. I making enough time enough paused to listen without the expectation that i know the right answer once. I've listened while i'm listening. Can i have enough courage to speak the truth. And then that compassion pieces. Can i do the thing. Can i do the thing and stand in awe of myself without judging myself for making that choice even more specifically can i do the thing that most supports my ultimate intention
Giants’ Gregory Santos Suspended 80 Games for Performance-Enhancing Drug Use
"San Francisco Giants pitcher Gregory Santo suspended for 80 games without pay under Major League baseball's drug program following a positive test for stanozolol. Mosul All is a synthetic steroid derived from testosterone that has anabolic and androgenic properties. 21 year old Santos will lose about half of his salary. It pays for plays for both the Giants and the Triple A river Cats.
Grossman's 10th-inning squeeze bunt lifts Tigers over Astros
"Robbie Grossman squeeze bunt in the bottom of the tenth give attackers a two one victory and a split of their four game series with the Astros I'm growing a little bit right now but on tomorrow's a new day and I'm glad I I got to do something helped him win today the game when he bought came a half inning after Gregory Soto worked out of the second and third situation tiger starter Terrick school allowed just one run on one hit and three walks in seven innings striking out nine Houston's Jaco to reveal out two hits and a walk in five innings he's allowed just four hits and two walks with fifteen strikeouts in fourteen scoreless innings over his last three starts Carlos Correa had a sacrifice fly for the Astros his fifth RBI of the series I'm Dave Ferrie
How Could Lab-Grown Meat Change the Pet Food World?
"Do we ensure that what we feed our pets is not only good for them a rich in protein and all the nutrients new to keep them healthy but good for our planet to ask many of us reduce our meat intake or opt for more sustainable animal proteins. Could we do the same for pets for the article. This episode is based on how stuff works. Spoke with greg aldrich a research associate professor in the coordinator of the pet food program the department of grain science and industry at kansas state university. He said it's all doable. I can formulate a vegetarian diet for a dog. I can make a vegan diet for a dog. it's just a lot harder to get it all balanced and then to get them to like it. The pet food institute estimates that more than one hundred and eighty million dogs and cats are living in. us households and the american pet products association reports that americans spent more than forty two billion dollars on pet foods and treats in twenty twenty alone and all of that is rough on the planet a twenty seventeen paper written by ucla researcher. Gregory oaken found that american dogs and cats are responsible through the food. They eat for the release of up to sixty four million tons of harmful greenhouse gases year. But it's not as if we're feeding our pets big slabs of brontosaurus sorace ribs and live chickens pet foods in the. Us generally have plenty of grains included. Corn is in fact. The number one ingredient used overall in cat and dog foods. According to the north american renderers relation but most pet foods do have a huge animal component. The reason for that is simple dogs and cats and you and i need protein and eating meat or meat by products is often the best. I and cheapest source of protein.
"t gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Gregory King If I knew about 10 Million doses of Covid 19 vaccines have been given out in L. A county 55% of people in the county are fully vaccinated. Health officials say. 86% of people 65 older have gotten at least one shot in 74% are fully vaccinated. More young people are showing up for shots in May, 35% of 16 to 17 year olds had gotten a shot. A month later, that number went up to 47% more states have decided to end the pandemic. Either this month or next month. The governor say the extra money is keeping people from going back to work. The federal benefits are set to expire in September. Lawyer claims a conspiracy indictment again. Six guys from Southern California in connection with the capital insurrection is politically motivated. The federal charges against former La Habra police chief Alan Hostetter and five others includes obstructing an official proceeding an unlawful entry to a restricted building. What's clear in the indictment is he did not enter the capital. He's not alleged to have used any weapons, and he didn't commit any acts of violence. Lawyer Bill of Sally represents Hostetter, who's been accused of saying execution is the just punishment for the ringleaders of the coup. Certainly he has a first. Right to express his viewpoints on on the election on whether it was stolen and whether he believes that was a former trees and that's his political viewpoint. The feds accused the group of conspiring to block the victory of President Joe Biden in Orange County. Corbyn. Carson KF Finance, a Chicago police officer, has been charged in connection with the fatal riot at the US Capitol. The fact that Chicago police officer Has been charge in that attack on American democracy. Makes my blood boil. Chicago Police chief David Brown says the cop has had his police powers taken away. The officer was on medical leave from the Chicago PD at the time of the riot in January, he Texas someone two days before saying he was busy planning how to F up, Khamis. He also said he's going to D. C as he put it to save the nation. We have a crash.
Christie's to Sell Isaac Newton's Notes for Greatest Work in London
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Christie's will auction Isaac Newton's notes for his greatest work next month Christie's has announced hand written notes containing Isaac Newton's jotted revisions to his master work the Principia will go up for auction July eighth in London Newton's mathematical principles of natural philosophy published in sixteen eighty seven set up the laws of gravitation and motion Christie's expects the revisions to sell for between eight hundred fifty thousand dollars and one point three million dollars the first edition of the book sold at auction for three point seven million dollars in twenty sixteen the page and a half of notes for a planned second edition includes comments and diagrams by Scottish mathematician and astronomer David Gregory hi Mike Crossey up
Flaherty Earns MLB Leading 8th Win as Cardinals Beat Pirates 8-5
"Jack Flaherty allows two runs over six innings and strikes out seven of the cardinals eight to five win over the pirates flirty leads Major League Baseball with eight wins his records now eight note the Redbirds hit three RBIs for Tommy admitted two runs batted in by Paul Goldschmidt as they defeat the pirates for the fifth time in five meetings this season Gregory Polanco hits a two run home run a drive said three for Pittsburgh Trevor Cahill gives up four runs at one plus inning to take the loss he's now wanted by Alex Reyes records the number thirteen Mike Reeves St Louis
Vatican Warns US Bishops Over Get-Tough Communion Proposals
"The Vatican is warning U. S. bishops over there get tough communion proposals the head of the Vatican's doctrine office is warning U. S. bishops to deliberate carefully and minimize divisions before proceeding with a possible plan to rebuke Roman Catholic politicians who support abortion rights before receiving communion there's division among the bishops with some pressing for president by did another Catholic public figures to be excluded from communion over their abortion stance and other bishops warning that such a move could be politically polarizing cardinal Wilton Gregory has made it clear that Biden is welcome to receive communion at churches in the Washington DC archdiocese I Walter Ratliff
"t gregory" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Today's he's performed with the likes of stevie wonder fan morrison gills holland. Marcus miller laura moolah reagan bowman later hathaway jeff goldblum and jamie column in august of two thousand and twenty. He dropped his long awaited sixth studio album the quite superb all rise which debuted at number three in the uk album charts and in november was nominated for a grammy in the category of best rb album. A few weeks before that he joined us over zoom from his home in california to talk about the record and much more where the lights. Welcome the sensational gregory ports. After the show. What a blast. This conversation was pry. You're in for a treat folks. Yeah he's a classic disney an incredibly insightful about is music making process i- those and that voice velvety isn't the word i recognized. Singer the phone book reduce a pussy. While i believe that's next projects august we'll fund guess was born in sacramento california in nineteen seventy one and raised in bakersfield. He was encouraged by his mother to sing in church from a very early age and lake. Discover this hero. Nat king cole. Virus moms record collection while he was undoubtedly musical for the next few years. Singing remained more of a sideline than a potential career. Gregory received an athletic scholarship to san diego state university but about shoulder injury. Prepare to any. Sporting ambitions is subsequently decided to become a town planner. But on the deathbed is late. Mother encouraged to become a professional singer and town. Plannings loss was music's gained while at san diego gregory at met saxophonist. Pianist and composer kamau kenya. Who became is mental and introduced him to flogged hubert. Laws who featured guest on a nineteen ninety-eight nat king cole tribute album this one role in the original broadway production of the musical. It ain't nothing but the blues in one thousand nine hundred. Nine gregory later developed a one man. Show knocking cole. And me a musical healing which premiered in two thousand and four and featured the music. He'd written a former capacity sets very much on the path to professional songwriting. After moving to brooklyn new york he worked as a chef restaurants while also performing in local jazz clubs through one residency at saint. Nick's pub in harlem. He begins to assemble his own band. Which included hp and chip crawford and sitting on uptown jam sessions our guest eventually signed to the label on was almost forty when he made his first album. The grammy nominated water produced by chemokine kenyatta released in two thousand ten followed in two thousand twelve be good twenty liquid spirits gregory's first recording on the prestigious blue label reach the top ten of the album chart and us jazz charts and will the twenty fourteen grammy for best jazz album going on to become one of the most streamed jazz albums of all time with uk electronic joe disclosure you're also score the uk and us stance hit in two thousand fifteen with single holding up gregory scored another grammy for twenty sixteen. Take me to the alley and twenty seventeen nat king cole. And may was another top ten album outside. The performing and recording gregory launched his own. Podcast the hang in two thousand and nineteen. Everyone's applaud the kester. These days. i know all these johnny-come-latelies creeping on our turf to be fair though gregory's is top notch and these welcome guests including jeff goldblum kamasi washington and anne lennox not to mention our former guest..
"t gregory" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
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"t gregory" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Will at some point. We're going to move beyond procedures and personalities silencing those with whom we disagree and democrats are going to attempt to enact their agenda and that includes the tenants of the green new deal and all their forms that includes climate change. That includes the left's desire to take control of manufacturing. It includes far more than that. And let's talk about. Why gregory right stone is geologist and the executive director of the co two coalition bestselling author of inconvenient facts. The science that al gore doesn't want you to know gregory. Let's first talk about how you got interested in this subject. Obviously as a geologist. You're a scientist you retrieve seeker but how did you come to this particular public policy issue as a course of study. Yeah that's a great great intro to this and it's i did not set out to write a book as a geologist though. I knew some of what we're being told about. Climate change was just wrong Based on my scientific day that was actually it was it was Ocean acidification which. I knew as never happened in the past even at much higher. Co two levels. I knew that some of that was wrong. And i suspect that other things worse really. This started Several years ago is a search. For the truth i wanted. I was told one thing. And as i started looking into it. I found that the science the facts and the data just didn't back that up and one thing after another i found We're being told it was just incorrect. And i like to let the science and the facts lead me to the correct answer And we just time and time and time again about if it wasn't fires or tornados or hurricanes but we're being told by the media. was not supported by by by the scientific facts and that's really what led to this book And really an exposure the corruption we seen in the scientific process and it's borne out and exposed here in this climate The climate change debate the details behind..
"t gregory" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"This episode is based on. A true story was produced by me dan. Lafayette i like to thank gregory once again for sharing his expertise about the historical accuracy of nineteen eighty. Nine's glory okay. Now it's time for the answer to our to truth and a lie game from the beginning of the episode and it's a refresher here are the truth and one line number one all the main characters in the movie were real people number to the fifty fourth massachusetts set an example. That helped sweep away. A lot of doubts about raising black regiments in the us. Army number three robert gould. Shaw died during the attack on fort wagner. Did you find out which one is ally. What's going random order and start with number two that fifty fourth massachusetts set an example. That helped sweep away. A lot of doubts about raising black regiments in the us army. That is true. As gregory explained at the time there was a question about whether or not black soldiers would fight. Well even though they failed in their assault on fort wagner didn't have to do with the fifty fourth part in the battle for their part the fifty fourth massachusetts fought with bravery and prove themselves worthy. Recruitment began in earnest and as a result by the time the civil war ended so one hundred and eighty thousand. Black men were enlisted in the union army. That brings us to number three robert. Gould shaw died during the attack on fort wagner that is also true as we learned even though he did make it to the top of the sand walls of fort wagner. Shaw was killed during the battle afterward that confederate soldiers buried him with some of the black men in his regiment. They saw it as a way of degrading. Shaw's body after wagner finally fell. Shaw's family insisted there was no better place for him to be buried alongside his men. That means the lie is number one. All the main characters in the movie were real people of the main characters in the movie. Matthew broderick's character of robert gould. Shaw was the only real one as gregory explained. One of the biggest changes they made was with morgan freeman's character who sort of plays a father figure in the movie in truth. That position was held. By frederick douglass is twenty two year old son. Louis that just about wraps up our time together today before we go the last thing. I'd like to each episode is to share. How much time and effort went into creating this episode. I know that's not something most podcast do. And that's exactly why. I'm sharing this information. If there's one thing that surprising to most people who are new to podcasting or have never created a podcast before. It's just how much time goes into creating them. So i figure maybe if you find out a little bit more about how much time and money goes into creating a podcast like mine. Then maybe you'll start to appreciate all those podcasts that you listened to for free just a little bit more but that said today's episode took a total of thirty six hours to create and cost nineteen dollars and fifty seven cents in out of pocket expenses. And as i always do. I want to make it clear that time and cost only my time for this one episode in other words that thirty six hours does not include the countless hours of my guest time researching the subject matter. We talked about. It also doesn't include. The time it takes for me to do podcasts related. Things are not a part of creating this one episode. For example at the time it takes to maintain the based on a true story website social media email the email newsletter for based on a true story. And all those other little things outside creating a podcast episode that are required to make a podcast similarly on the expensive side that nineteen dollars and fifty seven cents just for things related specifically to this one episode. It doesn't include all the podcasts related expenses that go beyond making a single episode for example. The cost of the microphone that i'm talking into right now. The cables that are hooked up to the microphone. Those cost money as well the audio interface the pewter the software all the podcast and website hosting costs and on and on all those things take time to set up and maintain cost money. That goes beyond things that are associated with this one episode but they are all things that are required. Because if i didn't do those things there wouldn't be any episodes of based on a true story at all in a nutshell. This podcast may be free to listen to but it is not free to create. And that's why. 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"t gregory" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Titan deer mouse and they'd make you sit down and they'd put a stick onto your knees and then they bring your make your bed forward and bring your elbows sticking they tie in place and if you sat all day you treaty sore. You would get a lesson so show. According to contemporary accounts use barrel standing which could be tough especially people make fun. Yeah you'd be opted to ridicule shaming people buckingham gagging that wasn't like flogging but it was I would want to have either. That sounds horrible. I mean they sound horrible bucking gagging the other. The barrel almost sounds like Like almost stocks where you're kind of stuck there and forced to be humiliated and in in front of public that sort of thing going back to the movie. We see a division quartermaster named kendrick. And he's one of the soldiers who says there's no way the fifty fourth is going to see combat and since he's in charge of making sure the soldiers get their provisions. He purposely withhold shoes from the men of fifty four. The excuse that he gives is that soldiers who are going into combat need the provision. I and since the fifty fourth or never going to see combat. They don't get the shoes and the way we movie that it plays out in the movie is you can tell that. There's some racism going on there from kendrick after finding out. Just how badly has many the shoes we see a shot of trips feet now bloody and they're in really bad shape. We get to see an angry side of shaw. He bursts into the quartermasters office demands six hundred shoes and twelve hundred pairs of socks. Or he's going to report the quartermaster. For keeping seven hundred union soldiers from getting their shoes and then in the next shot. We see everyone getting new shoes. How much of that actually happened. Well this camera right. Bill or kept megs and repo massachusetts with governor andrew on the job while shaw had to do is send a telegram. The governor and holy hell would have descended on that in that quarter master. Coach and shark is now no indication that happened. He said when benn were coming in they would wash them. Take a bath at clothe issue. Them uniforms the singing gives a chance to show. How shaw is now. You know identifying with these men these strangers who belong to restrain him. There's a solid dairy developing. He's going beyond the rules. he'll break the rules for the sake of his man. He did impress the man. Leslie met his standards. They said no one could have been kind if you did what. You're supposed to do that. Then you found him to be fair and understanding officer something like this happened in the making of movie in which i was involved when we were shooting the final scenes for the attack on fort wagner on a beach on jekyll island. Georgia was late march. It wasn't too hot but jonah sandy. Beach sand sand would reflect heat. Half of the extras the rack extras who portrayed the fifty four th were black reactors middle class americans are bob who were there because they wanted to participate in this chance to show they'll black men as heroes and because a one up black re-enactors at the time the other half the other one hundred restrict people from brunswick new york Brunswick georgia these people working for thirty five bucks again make money. It's not like fun at sach and a lot of them were caught while and when the film copy would come out with pickup trucks full of of soft drinks and bottled water for the extras. A one time. These guys just stormed the truck and just start walking with six packs and things scared the hell out of these white hollywood liberals i'm east coast liberal by so scared how these guys and they stopped bringing refreshments to the black extra. It's not just the the the street people. But also the the extras in the actor. Companies and white officer reenactor companies. I got the field to be blocked. Was being big. Shorted because was with these black guys and of course my man we're suffering and so the white officers in the reenact copies. We went to the assistant producer. Pick and we look. This is what's happening if it doesn't stop. Our guys are walking. We're leaving you know. You'll have half an and the best drill. Best-looking extras will be gone and the felt company may changes. Can you keep the street. People from rushing the catering's street gets it. They act up on sloppy decent people and they said yeah we want get our stuff too so we worked at out so it happened in hollywood. Didn't happen at history as you say so you got to play the role of shy and then we saw the movie was pretty much. You're all they're interesting. There's another example that we saw in the movie of prejudice against fifty four than it had to do with their pay. This was another scene. where kind of what. You're mentioning earlier in the movie You start to see shaw starting to sympathize with his men in starting to understand them in this case a shaw has to stand up in front of all his men and tell them that even though they agreed to be paid the regular army wage of thirteen dollars a month. They're only going to get paid ten dollars a month course. Nobody's happy about this. They tear up their papers. And then shaw ends up tearing his up to saying that if they're not gonna take any pay none of us will but the movie never really goes back to that topic today that nobody ended up getting paid or anybody get paid at all. That's an excellent question. It's it's a wonderful issue that they did illustrate the movie was the militia act eighteen sixty two which was passed for washington authorized. Recruitment of blacks of black troops raise. They would be paid the same amount of money as black labor union army private at that time. Got thirteen dollars a month. And if you're corporal or sergeant sergeant more but the law said the black troops. We get paid ten dollars a month regardless of and three dollars would be stopped for their clothing. So you can seven bucks a month. Now governor andrew caddick and each another fifty for us. When if you join this regiment you will get same as white troops fifty dollars. There was a fifty dollar bounty and also the state raised money to help support. The lies jordan. Met but shop found out after the original swarmed. That is going to be paid. That ten dollar flat fee the officers get their regular pay less and less dramatic like the movie. It wasn't as big sing or denzel. Washington a limited mutiny. But if you're gonna pay us what these promises none of us will take pay not take but that does captured spear this went on for sixteen months trends a black troops andrew putting pressure on the war department and then after about a bunny are half. The federal government said that it was june of eighteen. Sixty four okay. We're gonna get the same pay as white troops and if you were not in enslaved if he's not own any oh anyone unrequited.
"t gregory" Discussed on Crimeatorium
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"t gregory" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Either one of those. You will not be disappointed anyway. I WANNA get out of your guys his way. If dig this episode. Please hit up. Cory Gregory on social media links will be down in the the youtube shown or youtube description and I tunes show notes Yeah let's what you guys stink. And please please please enjoy the show. And then people like are when you have an accent. They kind of just believe everything you say dude. I'm telling you sound smarter and exactly sound real smart. Yeah all righty so cory Gregory how how the hell do you have time to come? Kick it with US your training at four in the morning you have like seventy five kids. Yeah got a bunch of different businesses. I mean dude. Like how do you how do you? How do you honestly schedule your time? Because you're powerlifting bodybuilding and you've got the business boom and you got a lot of things going on shirt so it's I always talk about people. Always ask him why you training so early on like. Oh it's out of necessity. I used to train is seven when I was a personal trainer in all the clients and stuff back in the day and as I got more businesses and they started rock in getting earlier and earlier and I realized if I still wanted to compete multiple times a year that I'd have truly uninterrupted time. I can't be fucking my cell phone when I'm training. I don't know even exactly right. They either coming home from the bar still trying to hear what they're saying anyway so it was like from four to six. I can get home. My kids get to school with the wife. I can be you know to work or doing whatever content by eight. We're don't content the whole time now but at the end of the day. It's like my crews there in the morning capture and everything rapid and it's on the APP by nine so it's like we got a system of the way that we create content. I'm really just capturing what I do anyway. And we got twenty. People have seven lifters now. Raw that are in that group into pro cards natural so out of the twenty guys I mean. This is a pretty elite level of guys that we built from the last two or three years at four am crews legit man. So you you've been you've been lifted and you've been Bodybuilding and powerlifting. Doing all this stuff and now it's just a matter of like sharing it out. Yeah and then Kinda of deciding like hey where this one go. She just want to go on instagram. It's exactly this was on youtube and thank you so much for helping us with that are more recent Website Endeavor that we underwent but How do you determine where something goes in? Like which thing to kind of like monetize and which thing to make for free so really. It's like for all the years at MP right I was just creating content. That was just out there from body dot com and all that and because I was just with the hopes that you would buy supplements on deck really tracking all the way to be honest but it kept growing. Keep doing it But then once I left there and sold my shares of m. p. and went back home. I was like well after support myself different now. You know what I'm saying so it's like this like the way that I die it the way that I trained. That stuff's going to be for pay now but the inspiration stuff is all free. I mean at the end of the day like that. You know. That's the oxygen anyway so people come to me because they want to be like all right. How're you doing when I did? I did Olympic lifting me Friday bodybuilding. Show Saturday into the power. To meet Sunday night. One weekend creeps was like all right. I'm not a lead on any of them level wise but at the end of the day like I did pretty good right squad. Five hundred one seventy eight you know. Forgive got second. In the bodybuilding show dig good. Olympic lifting was kind of like some chump chump. Were WOULD'VE WE AIN'T GONNA go there but I was probably the most nervous though. Just Atlanta snatching front of people. Because I never really done it before so people started to realize like all right. This guy's you know I'm forty one. Now I've been competing for twenty years Some there's something what is going on here and so there's certain things that are you know kind of I P and I charge ninety nine and ain't shit but at the end of the day it's like the community and the amount of Just content I'm. I'm like my own Netflix. As well look at it like why do you train like such a lunatic? Because you're I mean I'll see you like you'll you'll be. You had me do the ten minute lunges and then I see you out on the track lunging like a quarter mile like no one does that. Yeah or see sprinting. People hate sprinting. Like why are utilized? This is what happened. This is how some six or seven years ago I was doing the traditional bodybuilding cardio and for me. 'cause the bill already. I'm like basically building a fitness model. So I start again like real kind of like most models my muscle bellies one very full and I'm already kind of like a tall and slender anyway. So I mean I find Anita conditioning that is going to keep my my just me looking thicker so I went to the track a really because I had robot knee tendinitis at the time because jumping trying to dunk to that too and I was like man. What can I still do? That can get my luxury for. The show started. Stop by the tracking the way home from the gym lunged four hundred meters and I couldn't walk for like ten days and I was like what the but I knew it was my metabolic rate like it went like it was on fire all day. Way More than sprints even which was interesting. Sounds like all right. There's some to this appeal myself out of the car and go back again and then I got to the point where I was then at the point is just one eight hundred meters every day after lifting weights. I thought forty pound vest on sometimes I did a mile for days in a row fucking around one time like yeah man almost mother. Shit so I did. My best was three hundred and three days in a row. Eight hundred meters no matter what and I was about one hundred eighty eight hundred ninety pounds with ABC veins I was the best condition and strength and everything I was at and that was my missed the street because I did a charity. Powerlifting meet at my high school. That's a few hours away. Took all the equipment down there. How my family? By the time I got back I forgot to lunch like I didn't quit because I was like tired or something. I quit because I was hosting something I got busy and I got up the next day because I fell asleep earlier. It was like yesterday Salvador. I it's The material on listening to on the podcast new guys and listen to people that are you know making me smarter while I'm doing that. It's like a state of flow when I'm done man and so I heard content right after I've also senior crew do like No way on the bar but literally no more space on the bar. Because it's awful a band. Yeah that Shit looks so fucking scary but like where did I? So here's one thing I am going to start doing for free a lot mark because I think we're onto something now. Look I learned band training from Louis and Tony Ramos. All those guys helped me a west side but what I found out his one. No one has a model left. But we do but most people don't right. They can't mimic that at their own gym. Especially at fucking lifetime fitness right so I came up with a way that you can have a couple hundred pound dumbbells and you can double up a minivan in you know as long as you're a normal height that's going to give you eighty to one hundred pounds total. I lock out right so I started figure now and we use a squad every day for a couple years. We messed around with that. But we've come out to five days a week. It's a front squat four days and so back squad on Wednesdays right and we do Variations con get and I try to program to where it's like all right. There's a five count pause on the front squat so you're going to be limited to how much weight you can get on that right. But then we rotate to bands aside week. One three bands aside week two four bands of Cy Week three and so I got four hundred pounds of band tension on week three then there Adam Barr wait. My One. Sixty five just front squat. Four fifty five yesterday like yeah exactly and I got like twelve guys in front squat over four bills and what I'm seeing is a direct correlation like my one eighty one just pulled six fifty and he friscos four sixty and we've seen a direct correlation to their front squat to their dead lift in. It's nasty bro. How much attention you think you have on there. So the base tension lockout is about eighty to one hundred pounds per set of bands. So basically we're starting off the wave of two hundred pounds of bands three hundred pounds and four hundred pounds. There's no fuckers that come in and like just be like jump in the day you know you. See it at your. It's four bands on my Sherbro. Just stay with the bar and just get just grabbing. They're just not ready for the tension we don't like. I have one guy competing at the Arnold Tomorrow. We don't touch a bar with attention on the taper. Either I just go bar wait plus band tension to opener so the first time he unwraps that bar. It feels like a fucking toothpick because he's used to be in just stapled so what I've figured out is a essential daily conjugate method squad with band wave. That is made. Marg is freak shows and so I'm going to start teaching this out because I think they can do it. Any cross Jim They might go up to four bands but they might go one. Two three right in that wave has been. It's been wild man. You think maybe speech people up a little bit less And then like if someone if someone could squat let's say four hundred pounds. They could probably stand up with like six hundred pounds or sure and they could squat like six hundred pounds of band tension because maybe at the bottom. Maybe Ashley or something. Yeah so it's about. Yeah probably probably half of that or maybe three quarters so at the end of the day. It's like when we used to trim gear all the time. You're nervous system. Get so good that then you start getting other weights and they feel like so you see what? I'm saying as a little bit like train with equipment a in a way. Orion with a slingshot lighter at the bottom heavier at the top. It's exactly what it is. And so what happens is because their core in their their their front rackets so so good and they're so good at bracing that it just carries over so much the deadly in the back squats. Been Pretty wild watchman as cool experimenting this way because it's like you know Marcus mentioning the lunges that you do which yes absolutely wild. Thanks so like all this band. Tension like everyone uses people use bands. He had not seen that not like go then like I guess. What gets you worrying in terms of thinking about things like this yes. So it's I think I'd man when I moved here twenty years ago. I had no clue all this stuff is going on in Columbus. I moved here. Is My friends is coming in. Ohio state and I found a spot that I could go to school for one year and start personal training realize westside. Barbara was here. I didn't realize ro classic was here. So when I started getting around some like real lifters start to understand some stuff I was like. I've never been a person that just completely follow. I've always been a person that goes had. Let me get that. You know because I think. I'm one of the only people that learn legit bodybuilding from Arnold Schwarzenegger personally and then also had been at Westside a bunch of times so like in then learned off John Bros. Who brought the kind of squad everyday.
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"Of US probably don't give much thought to the calendar. We use on a daily basis it is called their Gregorian calendar. And is you guessed. guested named after Pope Gregory the thirteenth. Up until the Gregorian calendar's release in fifteen eighty to the western world had used the Julian calendar which had been created under the rule of Julius. Caesar unlike the inaccurate lunar calendars that preceded it. The Julian calendar was based based on the solar year or how long it takes the Earth to revolve around the Sun. The Julian calendar was three hundred sixty five days with an extra her day every fourth year. What we call a leap year? Thus the average length of year was three hundred and sixty five point two five days which was eleven in minutes too long that may not sound like much but over hundreds of years. Those eleven minutes. Add Up. By the time of Gregory the Thirteenth Thirteenth Papacy. The calendar was off by ten days. This was problematic when it came to celebrating Easter. The Council of Nice Sia. He and thirty two CE had established that Easter was to be celebrated one week after the first full moon of the vernal equinox by by the fifteen hundreds. They were technically celebrating Easter on the wrong day. Since the Equinox now happen ten days earlier than the Julian calender said it was supposed to considering the importance of Jesus's crucifixion and Resurrection in the Christian faith. It was paramount that they observe it on the correct day. The Council of Trent had approved an update to the calendar decades earlier but no one had taken up the task until Gregory came along after years. There's of consultation. With astronomers and Mathematicians Gregory's calendar was unveiled in fifteen eighty to the Gregorian calendar made need one tiny change from the Julian year. Numbers that are divisible by one. Hundred are not leap years but years that are divisible by four four hundred are leap years for example. The year two thousand was a leap year but twenty one hundred twenty two hundred and twenty three hundred are not. It sounds bizarre. But this little fix brought the average length of a year down to three hundred sixty five point two four to five days erasing those extra eleven minutes. After some minor tweaks Gregory signed a papal bull or decree establishing it as the official calendar within his fear of influence Catholic countries implemented the calendar immediately and and just like that ten whole days were wiped off the calendar. Everyone who went to sleep on October fourth fifteen eighty two woke up on October. For fifty s the papacy which had seen its power decline for decades. Now have the ability to alter time itself. Updating eating the calendar was very much in line with the Church's efforts at doctrinal reform however given the impact it would have on the World Gregory likely also. Oh saw it as a power move. But the adoption of the Gregorian calendar didn't go unchallenged especially by the Protestants. Many Protestants had come to believe that the pope was the literal anti Christ. The new calendar was dismissed as an attempt to throw off their calculations news of the end of days and leave them unprepared when judgment came. Protestants resistance meant that many Western European countries wouldn't adopt the calendar until the eighteenth century. Russia wouldn't adopted until nineteen seventeen and China wouldn't fully adopt the Gregorian in calendar until under Mao in nineteen forty nine despite it being the most famous wide reaching aspect of his legacy pope. Gregory himself didn't think much about his calendar. He was far more a proud of the reform. He brought to the church. However Gregory was not successful in everything he set out to do in fact he failed in a number of his foreign ventures? He spent considerable time and money. Trying to convince Irish Catholics and King Philip the second of Spain to invade England and overthrow the Protestant Queen Elizabeth the first when that failed he allegedly supported several plots to assassinate Elizabeth. These two were unsuccessful and the consequences led to the execution of Mary. Queen of Scots his intended successor for the English Crown Crown. It's obvious that Gregory was not above using violence to destroy protestantism. The bloody sack of Rome that had occurred during his youth youth likely remained with him to his dying day. Pope Gregory's rain would also deplete the papal coffers. The colleges submissions abroad military efforts and restoration projects in Rome. All cost incredible sums of money but restoring during the Church's revenues would be left to his successor on April tenth. Fifteen eighty-five Pope Gregory. The thirteenth suddenly died died at the age of eighty three from an unknown illness. He was buried in Saint Peter's basilica in Rome and was succeeded by Pope. Six deaths the fifth sixth. This is rain would be far more brutal than Gregory's he ruled with absolute tyranny bringing lawlessness in the papal states dates under control through thousands of executions from an irreligious worldly young legal scholar in Bologna to a key. Figure at the the Council of Trent to the leader of all Catholics Pope Gregory the thirteenth led an incredible and impactful life under his papacy. Pissy Gregory took Papal Rome from Dan of sin to an organized in driven body that its members could be proud of but the blood he shed in his mission. Listen to spread. Catholicism shows a much darker side to Gregory's rain like many great figures in history his life and legacy are complex plaques but he can be credited with bringing the Catholic Church out of the Renaissance in into the modern era..
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"Initially. Rome didn't take Martin. Luther Challenge seriously part of this was due to a fundamental lack of understanding of of the political temperature in Germany. By the time Rome started to realize luther power it was too late even excommunicating him. I'm from Church. In fifteen. Twenty one did nothing to reduce his influence but Lutherans grassroots challenge to papal authority was not the only only one in the works. Further power would be taken by an unlikely person. Charles the fifth emperor of the Holy Roman Empire Hire Charles. The fifth was not only the ruler in central Europe but through his inheritance of the Spanish crown he ruled much of southern Italy elite two. He gained even more Italian territory in the north after a war against France in fifteen twenty two when Ugo would have been twenty see Rome. It seemed was surrounded by Charles and his power was becoming a real threat when Pope Clement. The seventh was elected acted to the papacy in fifteen twenty three. He signed an alliance with France and went to war against Charles. The pope was now fighting leading the holy Roman Empire. All these nations were Catholic but political and imperial ambition trumped religious solidarity unfortunately unfortunately for Clement Charles Armies pushed south down the Italian peninsula and eventually Rome was sacked in fifteen twenty seven in his defense. Charles himself hadn't actually sanctioned the sack of Rome rather it was carried out by mutinous troops in his imperial army me who hadn't been paid. They saw the city as a perfect place to ransack for its wealth. Over the course of several days thousands were killed as clement was forced into hiding it only ended when he paid the looters an enormous ransom to leave the sack of Rome. Shock shock the Christian world and no doubt shocked Hugo as well for the second time during his formative years a foreign army had defeated and and humiliated his home country in his early life. Ugo was not particularly religious or active in the church. Being from a wealthy family access. Excess to earthly pleasure would have been much more tempting than spiritual enlightenment particularly in a city. That was so far away from Rome but the Outcome of the war was hard to miss. Peace negotiations took place in Bologna in fifteen twenty nine once again Ugo now twenty. Any seven had a front row seat to the highest levels of international politics exposed to the humiliation of the papal states. Defeat in a very very explicit way. This humiliation would be furthered the following year when clement publicly absolve the soldiers who participated in the sack cover own while Rome was licking its wounds. It continued to have its authority challenged abroad this time. That challenge came from England.
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"Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and I'm Carter. Roy Welcome to historical figures figures apart cast original every other Wednesday. We discuss different persons lasting historical impact unique personality and impression on the world around them. And you can find episodes of historical figures and all other par- cast originals for free on spotify. Or wherever. You listen to podcasts. To stream historical figures. Here's for free on spotify. Just open the APP tap browse anti historical figures in the search bar. Our audio biographies cover big lives but we like to focus on little known facts today. We're discussing the life of Pope Gregory the thirteenth an important figure in the early modern Catholic Church and creator of the Gregorian calendar. which we all still use today at par cast? We are grateful for you our listeners. There's you allow us to do it. We love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast in twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's as episode the best way to help us to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help. We also now have merchandise head to par cast dot dot com slash merch for more information now back to the life of Gregory the thirteenth long before he took the name Gregory Thirteen upon becoming pope. He was called Old Yugo Bone Company. He was born in the early hours of January. Seventh Fifteen O two in Bologna. Italy not much is known about goes early life. We do know that he was the fifth son of Christopher Obon company a merchant and in Angela Murray Scali who goes family was wealthy and part of the Bolognesi aristocracy. Naturally his upbringing would have been been quite privileged back then. Italy looked quite different from the way we know it today. It wasn't a united country but rather a collection of kingdoms in republics with the papal states in the middle of them the papal states worth theocratic monarchy led by the pope in Rome. Government ornament was administered by the church. The church was the state. Although while the religious beliefs of the church influence the government. The church considered it's political mission to be separate from its religious one. There was Canon law which set religious standards and practices and civil law. Aw which governed the day to day administration of the state after Rome Bologna was the second most important city in the papal states. And one of its it's most prosperous at the time. The University of Bologna was famous for its law school which attracted students from all over Europe including young Ugo. He was a brilliant student with a natural talent for the law. Both civil and Canon while he was so The the year after his graduation in fifteen thirty the twenty nine year old Yugo was made a professor at the university for the next eight years. Here's he would spend his days teaching there. Clearly the law was something he was passionate about but the man who would become pope was born into turbulent times not just for the Catholic Church but all of Europe the untenable instability instability that Ugo witnessed would inspire him to be a lifelong agent reform. The pope's that rule Rome during the renaissance of the Fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Were anything but saints to put it mildly. You can say that again. The Papal court was a decadent den of sin thin with many cardinals taking multiple mistresses. Some like Pope Alexander. The sixth from the notorious Borgia family openly had affairs. Even after being elected pope nepotism was also rampant. Pope's would appoint family members as cardinals. Some of whom were barely nearly teenagers. Others would give papal lands to relatives which in turn would be used to make their families wealthier. They would also use their position addition to marry off family members and develop ties with other powerful European families. This was also a time of fundraising for the church. Almost always always through nefarious means. Rome of the early Fifteenth Century was rundown and hardly looked the part of the center of Western European Christianity Christianity. Big changes were needed if they were to create an awe inspiring place of pilgrimage for the faithful but big changes would require big money and it wasn't just building projects that needed funding. The Papal court lived lavishly. Throwing parties in accumulating accumulating finery when pope six discs the fourth was crowned in fourteen seventy one his coronation Tiara cost over a hundred thousand ducats. One third of the annual paypal allowance traditionally most of the Church's revenue came from performing its spiritual duties throughout Europe as well as levying taxes in the papal states however by the time of the renaissance. These avenues weren't enough to fund the grand plans plans. These popes had for their church the papacy turned to a whole host of unscrupulous. Means to make money one of these included selling offices offices in the room and Korea the bureaucracy through which the church ran its affairs. The number of members and the Korea exploded the ranks of cardinal swelled and eventually positions were made up just so they could be sold pope innocent. The eighth had fifty two men on staff just to take care of the lead seals on official documents over time the salaries from these purchased positions would exceed the amount amount that was paid for them making them lucrative for the cardinals this practice extended to bishops who had by several diocese than simply simply sit back and collect the revenue some bishops never even set foot in the diocese that made them rich. This was problematic for anyone. Looking for spiritual guidance or salvation. They were essentially on their own until the church invented. What was perhaps? Its most egregious. Way of raising money. The sale of indulgences indulgences were spiritual blessings sold at a price and they had become tools for raising money and flat out corruption sometimes. The proceeds were used to fund reconstruction in Rome. Sometimes bishop's would split the money with the papacy and line their own pockets as well. Salvation now came at a price and the highest bidder received it to the devout. This was unacceptable. Many began to see Rome as a hive of worldly decadence and utter corruption and slowly. The Church Church started losing. Its power as the dominant political force in Europe. In France King Francis Francis the first began a campaign of conquest in northern Italy a region that had been claimed by various European rulers over the years the French army. He made it all the way to Florence not far from Google doorstep in Bologna in order to prevent the French armies from continuing down the Italian peninsula an insult into the papal states. Pope Leo the Tenth signed the Concordat of Bologna in fifteen fifteen with King Francis the Concordat Court stipulated that France would be allowed to appoint church leaders in its territory. This essentially created a French national church. One that the pope nope had very little control over Yugo bone companmy would have been thirteen years old. When the treaty was being negotiated in his home town it was customary for monarchs and high ranking clergy to make big entrances when arriving in a city so ugo would have likely been aware sure of what was happening which ultimately was a bad thing for the church not only had this whole affair diminish the pope sphere of influence in Europe but had shown the public that the papal states couldn't defend themselves against foreign invaders and this was just the beginning of the Church's troubles in the sixteenth century schism was brewing in Western Europe? One that would shake the church to its very core split. Entire nations ends and caused thousands upon thousands of deaths in the centuries to calm that seismic event was the Protestant reformation the the reformation was a religious and political rift that swept across Europe challenging the Papacy Authority the desire to reform the corrupt church had been simmering for decades on October. Thirty First Fifteen. Seventeen it boiled over German Fryer Air and theology Professor Martin Luther posted his infamous ninety five theses on the door of All Saints Church in Britain. Berg Luther her like many in Germany resented the opulence the corruption and the lack of spirituality in Rome he proposed the radical idea idea that people were saved from damnation through faith alone and not through the church's indulgences his spiritual teachings called for a more or personal relationship with God rather than relying on priests for that connection. He translated the Bible into German to empower the common people people to explore the scripture which he believed to be the ultimate religious authority. The Catholic Church only permitted the Bible in Latin making. Lay Okay. People who didn't speak the ancient language reliant on priests to explain what was in it. This was another way. The church exerted. Its control thanks. Thanks to the relatively recent advent of the printing press luther is ideas spread through Europe within a few months but UGO the future. Pope Gregory lived in papal Italy. It's unlikely he would have been exposed to the Protestant way of thinking in fifteen seventeen. Despite losing losing power abroad room still had strong control over. Its own territory.
"t gregory" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Rome late August fifteen seventy two. The Bells of the city rang out in celebration has heralds ran through the streets streets declaring the news thousands of Huguenot Protestants had been assassinated by Catholics. In France. It would come to be known. As the Saint Bartholomew's Day massacre and for the newly elected Pope Gregory the thirteenth. It was cause for celebration for the past decade. Tensions between the Catholics and the French huguenot had run high. After the Bible was published and distributed in French instead of Latin it became accessible to the masses. Many didn't need to rely on the word the Vatican anymore the reformation was in full swing and that did not sit well with the new pope. The blood had barely early dried in the streets of Paris. When he ordered the celebration the festivities even included Tae Daham Thanksgiving services are-are type of worship reserved only for special occasions? Gregory was sending a clear message to the Protestants of Europe. The counter reformation was here and a new era of the Catholic Church was just beginning.
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"And conditions. I've got Gregory on the line. Gregory are you with me? My friend. I wouldn't think Gregory. Are you a Christian. I want to be honest with you. I don't know. I nor- you Christian. Have you been in the past Christian? ES devoted Christian? All right. So how did you get to a point now where you're on the bubble and looking around wondering whether you are a Christian? Honestly, there's a very, I should say misrepresented versus stretchered assists, then she'll truth and the truth shellfish Afri and I started seeking out for that truth. I had my degree in commercial technology, but I wanted my masters on the elegy and inside that field apologetic. Fortunately is I was starting. I started browsing the net for articles books from people who have been doing this for a long time. And I have noticed that every single article debate even podcast, you name it that has an apology, an assign 'test or any atheists or somebody that works education. The only thing that I can remember that the apologists are coming with our like bible bursaries and far to say, misrepresented science regarding scientists, the bible otherwise, and I wanna go that way. If I believe in God that made everything and everything, I really wanted something that I could grasp something I dunno holds water. I haven't been able to finding anything that's kinda started too big a hole in me star to miss. We're man start to fall right. Exactly. Exactly. And the point is that now what have conflict between what I've been doing for years, I accepted Jesus eighteen and I'm forty shootout so you can tell. So I feel pretty much like men the hunky. This point. What I was in for years, what I was waiting for you anything teaching for years. I am faith with a giant that I can't go around or we'll let me ask you if you questions and you decide how much you want to respond. Tell me about your upbringing and conversion experience. Mom and dad were believers. My Gat was my Merle sorta was, but you know, seems I come from a home in which you know we do with that. He says, so pretty much we all went to church. The child? Yeah. How did you end up seeing the salvation? Freyre paint that picture. For me, it was a church and went and spur heavily struggle that time. And I, I surely afterwards they broke up and I was going to this church and it was feeling accepted in this church. One day decided to accepts Jesus. You know, the usual stuff. What was the catalyst that. Caused you to accept Jesus at that moment? Were you were you unhappy? Was it a charismatic preacher that convinced you in the moments? It was something else out of the at. Can't recall. It's been a while. Okay. Well, I mean, that's fair. But understanding why we do things often helps us to understand the effect that they have on us. You know thing, eager set yourself, understanding why we do things within those walls, the church wolf. I mean, I don't think anyone understands your active leader and fading even if it makes no sense at all. If I may you sound rattled. I mean, I get that right. Your whole world is sort of shifting and perceptions are changing. Do you have a fear of hell? Why does this bother you so much these questions? Doubts. I've been raced believing this for many years. And if your question is you fear of hell. Honestly, I do. I mean, I can't lie. You do the, it's like something psychological insight. It's like something that's like wired and the back of your head and you just can't seek rub off. Unfortunately, what if we were to look at it in terms of not hardware but software? What if we were to look at the fear of hell being something that you were told when you were younger and that you believed when you were younger? It was a program sort of installed on the hard drive of your brain. Okay..