17 Burst results for "Thirteen October"

"thirteen october" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

05:13 min | 5 d ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on The Big Story

"Starting vaccinating others. The fact that the vaccine is a pool does not necessarily mean that we will use the vaccine in the same week that via using vaccine in adults we have not vaccinated all adults in our country. Focus so the fact that the same vaccine is licensed for using. Children doesn't mean immediately. Used up vaccinating Right we should be aiming at making sure we have really high coverage off the bunder populations and then think about vaccinating others. She adds that children commodities should be fullest in line to be vaccinated. Vandyke begins when it comes to children. I absolutely think that children the gomel Duties we should be thinking about vaccinating but the question is which is the best vaccine for children in india right now the only vaccines that we have a collection of the which are for twelve and buck and then for two and above you know vaccine presumably. Its approve pencil to vaccinate children commodities. I think right now. Even though the circulating viruses relatively low using inactivated vaccine children that along these should be generally see we may not be able to achieve of any high immune response predict needed some protections on balance. I think it's alright. I also think it should be done with very close monitoring to measure the immune response in children and try and figure out. It's in this special roope. The vaccine has relieved doing what we wanted for. It has also been discussion among has exposed on the need for children who have already been infected with in nineteen to be vaccinated in an earlier episode of the big story. Podcast epidemiologist and health systems expert. Dr chan's loria pointed out that vaccinating children is also not a prerequisite for reaping schools given that national civil service which identified the rate of spread of infection. Population showed that sixty percent of indian children have been founded. Antibodies doing the lockdown. A link to that episode is a national notes dr congo to believe that the issue regarding vaccinating healthy children is a concern. Given the effectiveness of vaccine and that majority of the very rare cases of severe couvert or debt have been with children who had commodities she also sees the fullest version of the vaccine may not be the best case for giving children lasting protection from covert. You'll be vaccinate. Tell each that really the there. 'cause i'm not sure yet that heavy to really the vaccine i'm also juno know we've got sixty percent coverage off infection into will have not received maxine apple should do we really want to vaccinate. Kids that mean already have had exposure do natural infection I don't know what the risk of disease is because there's no daytime india that tells us how badly hillary children do when when they get infected anecdotal data from my hospital from pediatricians that i speak to is that the view disease the debts that they have seen the children have always been in children with go mobile duties. It's very very betty. Vanity that a heavily child's developed infection. It becomes really severe. So i'm still doubt for even if there's lots and lots of vaccine available and all that does kaban at still have my doubts about the benefits of vaccinating feature. If invented has approved the vaccine. The national technical advisory group in immunization study reports submitted by borrowed biotech as of thirteen october india's vaccinated over ninety six point four people out of which twenty seven point five crowed. A double jogged. The inclusion of children in the vaccine dr will bring more than twenty five people in the vaccinated population pool. If you liked listening to this episode subscribe to the big story for episode updates on apple podcast spotify joe sovereign in most of the other popular. Podcast homes for other podcast. Please log onto the website and for any feedback..

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"thirteen october" Discussed on The Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery

The Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery

03:21 min | 4 months ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on The Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery

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"thirteen october" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

Radio Survivor Podcast

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast

"Also though what we can look forward to after this noncommercial full power license window is that we also then anticipate the. Fcc will open a window for additional low-power fm licenses. These are stations that run at one hundred watts maximum. So they're smaller less expensive to run. Also the engineer requirements are lower because they have less power. The does a lot of the work for you and so they are great opportunities for smaller organizations organizations. that maybe don't have the kind of funding and capital needed to put on ten thousand. Twenty thousand watt station so we can expect to happen sometime after this filing window in november. So it's unlikely probably happen in twenty twenty one. But i think if we're looking forward it's likely to happen in twenty twenty two the last time there was an opportunity to get a low power. Fm licensee united states was in twenty thirteen. October twenty thirteen. And it's kind of thing as well though you need to have your ducks in a row. Needs to do a little bit of work ahead of time. Learn to requirements You do have to be applying From a in the name of a non of. I'm sorry to be applying in the name of a nonprofit corporation. So i paul reese miguel. I cannot apply for low power fm license. But if i were part of a of a nonprofit corporation we could apply for that licence including schools so colleges could apply for an low-power. Fm license colleges schools. Churches also qualify as do other sorts of of nonprofits and with both this nc the full power license window and a low power fm window. It important. keep in mind that there's probably going to be limited availability and major metropolitan areas. Those dials are relatively full there. Maybe a few spots available. So never say never but certainly in places like new york or los angeles san francisco chicago. The opportunities at least in in the centre part of these metropolitan areas may be fairly limited. There may be some signals along the edges. Where you're likely to see a fair amount. Availability is in smaller cities and in in more rural areas but going into these windows. The fcc publishes lists basically have of opportunities. Where they they they believe. There is technical ability to have one of these stations. And so it's important to keep an eye on that because one of the emails we say this all the time but when the most common questions we get by email. How do i get a radio station and the answer is this is one way to get a radio station here so go to survivor. Dot com to learn more jennifer..

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"thirteen october" Discussed on VCR Podcast

VCR Podcast

05:13 min | 9 months ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on VCR Podcast

"Five playstation plus users will be an upgraded version of a game. That's literally what it's going to be for a considerable amount of time. You also look like when the piece four came out. Look at the history of ps plus then and then once you see like knack that makes me is available for the first time. That's when you're going to get like your first fucking game. There's got to be like a list of all the games. Sure enough there. it is. Okay so let's see what were the first months so this was oh. This is ps three. This is how far back. Okay well that. That doesn't help me. Because i don't have any knowledge. Where's the first month of. Ps four games. That's what i really to see. Only here yeah. There is so this would have been two thousand thirteen october. So the first games you saw on ps forever free would've been hotline miami india then the contrast and resolute gun the following time oath. Any games don't go on is actually a very difficult game. Yeah don't starve outlast. Dacian thomas was alone. Mercenary kings locate. Let's keep scrolling till we find the first like major game as keeps rolling. Still going still going. We're going into twenty fifteen still haven't seen anything. Oh sorry i'm wrong. Descended december twenty fourteen so full year about a year two months into the ps four. His life cycle was the first aaa game. And i was the ultimate edition of injustice as the. I made that release history fight. It probably released on. Ps three two but like this was a forum. Sorry this why i was. I four free game. That was considered not india. I think so. It took over a year. So i think most people need to kind of figure that like you're not going to be seeing. Ps five central games for at least probably a year and if they are psv central there either. Indie games or their upgrades. That's really what it's going to be for awhile and do there's already aaa games every month like again. Just 'cause four shadow of war Shadow of the tomb. Raider like all of these games are big aaa games. That were quite expensive. I mean people are really mad because most of the time it's games they've already bought because these games are like a year to three years old by the time they've been out in the store which is like guys it's free. Did you think they were gonna give you spotted all the games that i'm seeing coming out right now are games. I bought either In the early stages of the releases. Or i already own them was shahzad through remainder with arkham night with a law. Last of us like either games own. But i don't realize that. Hey you bought these like two three four years ago.

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"thirteen october" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

Mango Kush Podcast

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

"Bad but the reason i played so much. Because i told you i one Melissa i wonder lottery before yes i wonder lottery. Here's what have you got a bird and night. It was one night fancy. I numbers for two weeks. I said it was sunday night to To thirteen october. I was like you know what i ain't gonna play complete numbers man pruitt high and then i got a car you know you never came up high and i play him later. 'cause i've been losing someone's like whatever ain't gonna come up. I woke up the next day. Five numbers were on that ticket. When i tell you that i've movie turn white house. So damn sick i got i was clinically depressed for three days chronically. Depressed with free often. Want one hundred eighty five thousand dollars mind you. I was only twenty five years old. We're twenty six now. you imagine. Get one hundred dollars. You know what i'm saying. I was so sick. I have kind of sick to bromide. Specificity repetitively play in this day. That i decided you know what i ain't doing that day. And then she hit burr mcclay more downtown out of fear. Then they may look back. I got. I gotta play against wayne that one just dip into the ring money man no difference in risk inside. James biffani did leave it up. generation because scientists. Nine and ex cong diesel. This is vocal dr The subject matter that you've been talking about black people coming together. There is a young lady out. There named dr joy the grew. She has stayed in all of her books. That it is important that you realize that black people are still suffering from post traumatic slave syndrome. Which.

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"thirteen october" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Party shot US brought to you by our friends from the Academy of Orthopedic Physical Therapy. By them online Ortho PT Dot Org if you're thinking about I, think the deadline is very soon in terms of applying for your fourth certification very soon if you're thinking about no cs Of course it take might be current concepts of Fourth of physical therapy. You can find that at Orthopedic Dot Org, a lot of other great courses that have popped up recently to tolerance very micro level. And, the macro running athlete everybody who's been quarantined when climbing the walls. And they're taking up running. You're going to see some of those people in your clinic very very soon. So that is great opportunity to learn at Ortho P. T. Dot Org. All right. So parting shot. Is your chance for a mic drop moment like it's the last thing you're gonNA leave with the audience today. So zero pressure actually there's a lot of pressure. There's no pressure because no pressure BECCA. What is your parting shot? What do you want to leave with the audience today for your parting shot? Already said it in terms of like, who's Your Association, your profession and This is the time to make your voice heard and really think about what you want dream of what our profession, what therapy can be and what you want it to be and let's make it happen. Let let's be adaptable the innovative. Let's be visionary. Wow, no pressure there kathy to follow that those. That's pretty good. That was A. Great Kathy you now, I I am a huge supporter of our need to demonstrate our in the healthcare system. Right I mean that's a big picture. That's a big picture activity and all of the work that goes into showing how valuable it. We can solve a lot of problems in health and healthcare. As physical therapist. We have these amazing skills and we can have this strong profession and really really transform society like I really believe that at those are just words on a page but in order to do that, we have to have a strong or. We have to have a strong foundation. We have to have a unified voice. We have to hear all the voices and we have to we have to have. Physical Therapist, physical therapist assistant students who are you know? Yes, we have different opinions and yards diverse on, but we all need to be sort of rowing with the same ores on to advance the profession and especially to. You. Know to serve our patients because that's why we do this. So we went from bylaws to this huge thirty thousand foot vision and they are related love that Mrs how we get it done. This is how we Get it. Done. Ladies, thank you so much for making me smarter in forty six minutes. I didn't think was possible but actually feel comfortable about bylaws I. Get it right I'm not saying I understand I don't understand it. There's more to learn but if you WANNA be invested your profession This is one of those things you can learn. It's not a fast process on purpose. So we get it right? Not Right now. But we're getting it done thirty things up for. Motion, this is a big deal. Ladies, we know the resources that the the called action really is ABC dot org where you can find more information about everything we talked about tonight and again, those dates in terms of the listening sessions October thirteen, October fourteen, October seventeen. We'll make sure to get this episode out very quickly. So the audience knows exactly how to raise their voice that's the point. So ladies, thank you guys so much for sharing. Gail wants to say thank you BECCA and Cathy. She's she's L. Elevated you to rock star level. It's a big deal. Awesome we'll have you guys back on to explain more. So we don't miss anything because that's the point. 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"thirteen october" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast

"Have been guests on a few podcast because of their service Andrew and the rest of the team at Pakistan's Dot Com congrats, and now we're GonNa talk about some very. What I would yameen news for podcasters, zoom trying to suck money out of my wallet. So yeah. Zoom. Zoom Not Zuma and I think I'm sorry zoom who've been around for like decades because now in this new, not new world that we're least other circumstances where the other zoom dot us has become. Much more of a thing that people recognize but this has zoom the hardware company audio focused has a new recorder. And the kind of fired a shot out say into the bow of road. With the zoom pod track P eight, which like the Caster is not portable. So I mean hits the same segment. Well. Actually I mean it's a mixture and our quarter with other bells and whistles and Here is the fuller description The Petra P. Eight isn't eight Channel Portable PODCAST, production studio no laptop. There are excellent. Are Mike Inputs headphone outputs Failures up to six people plus dedicated channel for calling guests per the eighth track. There are nine sound pads with four banks for `accessing up to thirty six out affects song samples you can play record. Into that final eighth channel, a full color touchscreen handles common settings. They say, can work up to two hours on a battery at AA battery operation, but you would be completely insane to do that. Plug it into the power supply in your wall and just think of the batteries there for being you know backup for those rolling outages you folks in California dealing with. It. ONTO ST cards up to five, hundred, twelve gigabytes in size. The Track P eight doubles as a class compliant too into out audio interface for Windows Mac and IOS pricing for ninety nine. It looks super cool. In. It's interesting to me that this is what my gut instinct was that it's not as pretty. As the Road Castro and I have to say that instinctively when I said that I thought to myself I was like, Oh, I, can't believe I'm thinking that you know like I I should be just as happy. But then I realized that sometimes the features are aesthetic as well and that there are some people who are gonNA. Look at this and see that it is it. It's constructed differently and it really is in alignment with the zoom stuff right? So it has all the functionality it does all the things. It's got less money, right? Like it's a little bit more less expensive than the Road Castro pro but as I looked at it aesthetically speaking if I were to choose one over the other by the way that it looks, I would choose the Road Castro hands down every time. Just saying because it's so I mean I'm looking at it right now and it's got pink and green and blue and orange buttons, and it's got this really beautiful little blue with the recording button and it just it just look the designed to me speaks to modern being a modern design and this one is functional and and steady and in in it's just not particularly like aesthetically pleasing to my that's all I'm saying not talking about the performance of just mentioning it. But if anyone does her nose of comparison where someone's taken the the mics and done a comparison between the pre-empts to see which one is better, technically, we would be interested to hear all that. What's going on in Nashville Rob? We found a house. And we'll be getting possession of it around the end of October we close on the twenty-first we have. We actually have a set date now on our closing and and we'll get possession around the twenty eighth because we gave them a week after closing to to move out. So I am now in earnest getting together Info on my recording studio for the new house and I am looking for sound blocking or I should say soundproofing studio not dampening. That's easy. But soundproofing by the sound can not get in or get out. I product from acoustical solutions that's called the audio seal barrier. It's a dense material, two pounds per square foot, and it's supposed to do a great job of blocking sound from getting in or out of a room. It is from what I can see a dense vinyl that you put up on the on the wall behind the wall and on the floor and on the ceilings. And you cut it to fit and caulk around the edges with Acoustical Cau- and around the seems so I will have a link in the show notes for this A. Out I'M GONNA. Ask this out here. Does anyone have any experience working with product if so how did it work for you in any installation tips that you might WanNa give and does anyone know of any similar products to us? So I I'm looking at not sound dampening where I'm trying really echo I'm talking about sound not getting in or out of the room. The sound dampening is is nice. Put that on top that's easy. But I'm looking at actually sound proofing the room I don't want the audio get in or out. And I had the opportunity here to basically gut the room and start from the ground up on the room so. For that studio. So just anyone has any feedback Robert Lipton Dot com especially if you've used product before and and if you liked it, it did what it says it's supposed to do, and then we'll report on that in future episodes by the way how about that? I love it. Right Moving on yes and now we've been talking about year and buying stuff your studio. And Amazon announced Prime Day, and for the first time ever the day is actually a prime number. I think we have just to stop you there before you continue up, we do have receipts on rob talking about this I think almost every year. So y'all can refer back to the Tober of the pastor, the September. Every time in the past Amazon has a prime. Day. I'm number one day I'M GONNA why not move it to a prime number? It's actually two days, but one of the dates is prime and that's that number is ten thirteen October thirteenth, and it really is a prime number. So excited anyway my obsession with Amazon picking a prime number being completely us centric and yes, I know because thirteen ten is not prime. This all aside. On October thirteenth and fourteenth if you're looking for new gear that tends to be a pretty good day to find some great deals I pass Primes I've loaded up on Samson cue to US and other Mike's and other equipment? So keep an.

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"thirteen october" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"President trump will nominate his third Supreme Court Justice I'm Pam who sell Fox News and Fox News can confirm he intends to name Judge Amy Coney Barrett she's forty eight years old was a professor of law at Notre Dame currently on the US Circuit Court of appeals she clerked for Conservative icon justice. Antonin Scalia more than twenty years ago. She's a mother of seven and very open about her Catholic Fate Fox's Leland bittered Barrett. was in contention when president trump's elected Brad Kavanagh the bench at the time the president reportedly said, he was saving Barrett for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat Ginsburg passed away last week Senate. Democrats. Have pledged to fight the confirmation, but they don't control the Chamber the Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is expected to speak after the president's nomination scheduled for five pm eastern another night of disruptive and violent protests in the wake of the. Grand jury decision in the Briana Taylor case in California police say officers were injured when demonstrators threw bottles and cans at them in New York traffic was tied up. We did see a small group of protesters but they created some very big headaches for drivers here on the Brooklyn Bridge two, hundred protesters were marching from the Barclay Center in Brooklyn all the way to the Brooklyn Bridge, and then they decided to just sit down. They blocked two lanes of traffic for about an hour and a half somewhere holding signs that read Brianna 's neighbors got more justice than Brianna Fox's Aisha hozni anger erupted Wednesday after a grand jury in lieu of Old Klein to charge the officer directly involved in Taylor's death. A state of emergency has already been declared in Portland Oregon where later today right wing demonstrators and counter protesters are expected to rally America's listening to Fox News. Twenty twenty hasn't let up. We have to keep this economy rolling nets. Sweet will help your business make that happen. That's why over twenty one thousand companies including bollandbranch makers of the world's softest cheats choose net suite by Oracle. The world's number one cloud business system nets. We gives you visibility and control over your financial hr inventory ecommerce and more everything you need all in one place we talked to David Read. CFO. Of Boll and branch about how they use net. Sweet. If all net sweet we're stitch together with. Spreadsheets and hope now have only one source of truth refinancial HR in entry and supply chain. Because Nets we is cloud based working from home didn't change. A thing was still bringing affordable luxury into homes all across America. Now, closing the books five to ten times faster. Thanks to net. Sweet. Let net sweet show you how they'll benefit your business with a free product tour at net sweet dot com slash Fox schedule your free product to are right now at net sweet dot com slash Fox nets, dot com slash Fox. The book was apparently just the beginning. Now president trump's niece is suing him and his siblings in the lawsuit filed in State, Supreme Court. In Manhattan Mary Trump claims the president his sister and his late brother committed fraud district of tens of millions of dollars. The family's real estate empire inner filing trump claimed fraud was not just a family business. It was a way of life. There was no immediate response for the trump family Mary chump recently published a tell all book critical of President Trump called too much and never. Enough how my family created the world's most dangerous man Rachel Sutherland, Fox's dried mushrooms from a company in California are making people sick. The CDC says more than forty people in ten states have been hospitalized with Salmonella infections. Some of the victims eight at restaurants serving Rahman. Federal health officials are also investigating a dangerous trends to be circulating online that targets kids the food and Drug Administration issuing a warning about these serious problems associated with overdosing on benadryl response to a rumored tiktok trend known, ask the Benadryl challenge the agency. Detailing reports of teenagers ending up in emergency rooms or dying strongly urging tiktok to remove videos of the so-called challenge and monitor new posts. Tick Tock says it hasn't seen the trend on the platform and actively removes content that violates guidelines. The FDA says, Benadryl and over the counter allergy medication is safe and effective when used as recommended Christine Goodwin Fox News hundreds of dead whales or being disposed of in Australia Barnaby wild life officials who tried desperately to save them earlier this week nearly five hundred pilot whales were spotted on a sandbank in a harbor in Tasmania only about a hundred were rescued pamphlets out Fox News. America's ready to get back to work. But to win the New Economy, you need every advantage to succeed smart companies run on nets by Oracle. The world's number one cloud business system schedule your free product to a right now at net sweet dot com slash Fox net sweet dot com slash box. Welcome into tomorrow with Dave grave line, the interactive radio network programs with the latest in high tech products and services, and the experts who bring them to you. This is into tomorrow here's Dade grave line. Wrapping up our three weeks worth of extensive coverage from IFA in Berlin the Twenty Twenty Special Edition Welcome into tomorrow our twenty fifth year on the air this for the weekend of Friday September twenty. Fifth Twenty twenty. Thank you for joining US I. Am Dave Grave Line I'm Chris Crave line with Horatio in New York Rossmo and South Beach Kim and Coconut Creek Danny in Pembroke Pines Beth in Naples. I can't take the long breath that I used to take to get everything all out but we got it all out because the team gathered round to answer your questions address your digital dilemmas we hope to solve them, and of course, you can call in any time twenty, four, seven with any questions concerns some tech rage whatever the case may be help for another listener. We love it when you can share a similar experience and how you resolved your tech issue, and we'll certainly play that on the air and when your calls are heard on the air right away you qualify for fabulous prizes. We have extended the summer giveaway. That's an annual event of ours tens of thousands of dollars. Worth of cool stuff stay tuned. We'll tell you more coming up this hour but in the meantime you can visit into tomorrow dot Com Click on the summer giveaway that has been extended into the fall because of some lame excuse about us not being available for almost a month. We thought you know what? Not your fault we're going to extend the summer giveaway we did. So you still have a chance to call and ask questions help other listeners share with us your favorite APP these days and why Whatever call makes it on the air? You can win in the meantime I believe we have some Tech News and commentary, and then we jumped to the calls and wrap up our coverage of E. for this year. Amazon Prime Day is finally coming I'm sure you're glad to hear that Oh let me mark my calendar not according to several people with knowledge of Amazon's plans. The annual sale event will kick off in the US on Tuesday. October thirteenth. In preparation for the sale Amazon has already blacked out vacation time for its fulltime warehouse workers from October. Thirteenth through the twentieth go Jeez the news fits with earlier statements from Amazon that confirmed the closely followed online event would take place in the fourth quarter. So, we'll see yeah, exactly mark your calendar what was that Tuesday Tuesday, October thirteen October thirteenth, or probably the first of prime day because you know the Prime Day last year, it was like two or three days or something, but you have to be a prime member of to be a prime member. Of US since I don't send them any.

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"thirteen october" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Listener this is you need and that's correct it's still pretty cool Hey so are you are you it ought to Audrey surname right that's right yeah can she can cheers okay Audrey odd you got a pretty cool dad Tom he tells the guy the best thing about it what do you like most about your debt who right around here nine one planning and and take it easy take you some cool places right you go girl K. nine brownie R. that's really cool and you guys race around yeah it's really nice work radio and now thank you thanks great all that's great congratulations that's really neat all right well thank you for calling in time for bad Audrey nine thirty come on let's not go yeah right so and you got a small business yep yeah yeah I got a small business where we're mainly based out of Pasadena but we have a little workshop in money and we do welding all sorts of real well being my background is my background is race car fabrication so we get to play with a lot of race cars and but we do restaurants construction commercial buildings that's great and what's the name of the company mobile World specialist and that's it's called mobile well specialist dot com yeah mobile world specialist dot com and actually reach we do Los we get a lot of our business and a lot of we post a lot of our work you are in Instagram so much it's been a real quick and easy way for people to interact with us and asked this question send us pictures of jobs enquire for quotes so it's been it's been pretty interesting living this social media life yeah I'm bad I'm I managed to get a lot of calls from people who have you know their maybe front gates are falling apart they need some help especially like in your older parts of unseen or Beverly hills yeah I mean we do a lot of errors on errors but I'm John under thirteen October two small yeah yeah hi buddy I I but we're losing their little but I I appreciate you fall of phoning Audrey congratulations you got a great dad and I hope these you know bye bye there every step of the way like he has been so far yeah you got to eat it with the greatest thing in the world is is kids everything else is a billion light years away I think one of the greatest thing ever is is kids man I can hear your voice mail you just love those kids years absolutely ma'am yeah phoning in global level give it another shout out here and we appreciate the phone call are we gonna take a break here more news now with Gina grad.

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"thirteen october" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"thirteen october" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Quarter of the best stocks now radio are, well, I've talked a lot about IPO's. On the show here over time. And it's always kind of been Mike. I was around in two thousand when that's all you had to do was say, we got the dot com here going public, and you know, the go public it'd be oversubscribed. People would open accounts, they do whatever they could do. They get their hands on a new dot com or technology IPO that was due thousand. The year two thousand and that's when the NASDAQ went to over five thousand well, it took seventeen years for it to get back to five thousand that was such an IPO and dot com. Bubble. And I've always said I like, the you know what I believe that. The more information you have on a company in the more track. Record. You have on a company a better decision. You can make we have very little information on an IPO. Oh, it's in the perspectives there and generally speaking after the come public. They do get that analysts coverage those earnings estimates, and those growth, estimates, etc. Many IPO's come public. They have they're not making any money. I gotta believe that when lift comes public that when Uber comes public. They were going to show that they're still losing money. And you take a look at snap. They've never made money. So my advice is always been let's give it a year at least to establish some kind of a track record. To see if they can make money to see if they can drop earnings to the bottom line and see if they can consistently grow those earnings overtime. Well, let's just take a look at an ETF called I P O guess what they invest in. That's right. They invest in. Now, I PO itself was an IPO back on October thirty first of two thousand and thirteen they had an idea. Let's create an ETF that buys IPL's. Let's create an index and peo- index. Now, the question is do IPO's outperform the S and P five hundred underperformed, the S and P five hundred well from my point of view, and I'll give you the numbers here in a minute. I. Most all of the time lack value. They're not coming out at half price. They're not coming out with seventy percent upside potential over the next five they're coming out for the most part. As Foley priced as these underwriters can possibly get them. Right. Well, it shows up in the in the in the results. Okay. So I went public in ten thirty one thirteen two thousand thirteen October thirty first and since it went public. It's up fifty five percent. If you go over to the S and P five hundred and you look at the S and P five hundred during that same period of time, the S and P five hundred is up sixty one point two percent. So as you can see the IPO index is slightly underperformed the market and that also shows up in the best stocks now app. We're in over the last five years the market has delivered an average of seven point three percent per year. IPO the has delivered six point eight percent per year. Now over the last three years. Maybe there's been some better EPO's, you know, you've had some. The three year average is a little bit better than the S and P five hundred. But I think over the long term you're going to underperform the market investing in an IPO index or an IPO ETF now. Yes, there are some great IPO's. I think what's helped the IPO market here over the last couple of years just from my perspective, or some of these cloud stocks a lot of these cloud stocks. They have that sex appeal their earnings their their sales are growing very rapidly. But the earnings are still in question. The earnings growth is not quite there yet. But there's been a lot of hype lot of activity around the cloud stocks. That's probably been the hottest area of the IPO market. But all in all I'm gonna stick by my guns. I'm gonna stick to my advice to folks give those I peels a little bit of time to establish a track record now all liken this to the horse races. Just for a minute. You can go to the horse races. And you can find a horse that has never run before. He's a baby. He's never ran. He has no track record. That's all he has his workouts in the morning. You go look at another guy. That's got a track record. He's ran ten times. And he's lost every time or you can look at another guy, and he's ran three times. And he's won all three times. You see how that added information? I you're saying, well, you're isn't it better to invest in the unknown? You might have the next Microsoft here. Well, what are the odds? The odds in my book are not very good in investing in a company without a track record. Speaking of a company with the track record. There is there are several upgrades to apple. That's the first stock. I look at every day. I look I look at by stocks alphabetically. Sometimes I'll go Zita. A when I'm feeling is Lexi, but apple is I can't help but comment on apple stock that is a massive breakout. I would say that that's one of the big reasons why the NASDAQ the Dow the s&p of all gone positive here after a negative start look at apple apple is up three percent today. But more importantly than that look at the technical pattern of apple is apple not a bellwether stock for the technology industry. And especially for the NASDAQ after all it's one of the as in FANG that is a tremendous breakout that I have to point out on I do own apple in both my in my income growth and income portfolios. Apple's not the growth engine that it once was, but it's still growing and it pays a dividend. The other stock that I have to point out this past week with an explosive breakout was Amazon that's the other a in FANG now, I own Amazon in my premier growth portfolio. That thing is threatening eighteen hundred dollars here today. It was thirteen hundred on Christmas Eve, and now it's eighteen hundred boy that was a nice little present to open on Christmas day, wasn't it. I continue to own apple in my premier growth portfolio, bad news on Biogen. I'm not a big investor in the biotech sector right now. Biogen is down. Just getting killed bad news on their Alzheimer's, Alzheimer's. I believe it was let me take a look here. I know they had a big drug Alzheimer candidate. That was that a Duke new MAB ad you can Oma which was an Alzheimer candidate. They were in phase three trials with that thing. At flopped. The stock down twenty eight percent is down eighty nine dollars per share. But look at this. The NASDAQ up forty five apple breaking out Amazon breaking out. 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"thirteen october" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Downtown as I was going past our old our old stomping ground at Tribune tower outside under the kind of the construction area was Johnny six note. He's emerging from hibernation. Yeah. Fortunately, he's back with his various six notes that he can play on the same. Maybe he'll be seven note for the for the twenty nineteen years. Thanks. So I guess, you know, as I missed Tribune tower miss the digs over there. But I won't miss Johnny six six note. That's for darn sure. The shoulders getting better, by the way, people been asking. Although I kind of I had a lot of like data entry, you know, crunching numbers that I did for a story. And of course, the wisdom of people to put all of the like, the number keys for the calculator or at the far right side of the keyboard. So stretch that out a little bit. But I mean, everybody's been saying, and I've I've been wearing the sling on and off, and I know I'm supposed to wear it most of the time. But it kinda does get in the way. But people were saying, well, we're the sling, you know, when you're outside, and so people will see that you've got a sling, and whatever people aren't looking now, they're looking at their phones. I mean, you're looking out for them to that. They don't hit you. You know, you'd have to be a defensive driver now defensive Walker. I'm serious about that. I'm absolutely serious about that. Whether it's, you know, tourists looking at the GPS because they're lost or whatever. But even you know with the offices for the Chicago Tribune credential plaza. And you know, it's a busy place and people are walking downstairs in their phone. And it's like, please. I mean here I am. It's my old guy rant. Okay. Okay. Now. I mean, come on unless you're watching a hockey game or something on your phone excuse. Well, of course, I well. Yeah, there there are certain excuses. Thankfully, a fell asleep after the second period of last night's Blackhawks game that was a good time to fall asleep. Yeah. What what happened in the third period lucky goal? The very beginning. Kind of set the tone Pinera and was skating in front of the net. Had us back to the shop. That was coming from the point it hit off his stick bounced. And then what over Cam ward shoulder, and then it was downhill fan. It was pretty much downhill from there. That's too bad. Because that would have been a nice win. And I read a statistic that so Cain and tapes each had a goal. And this was the first time, you're stealing my Thunderbird. Go ahead. That's okay. Go ahead. Go ahead. First time they lost in regulation play with those two scoring a goal since twenty thirteen October ninth to be exact. Isn't that amazing? They've scored a goal in the same game. I was reading also ninety three times. Wow. So think about that one time in the last six years. Well, but ninety three times does that count overtime though. That's true. That's true. But still I mean, that's just anyway, they're they're they're they're fun to watch. I'm sorry. No. They were good. They were fun watch for two periods last night. Yeah. They were the start wasn't exactly great coach, Colin was not exactly pleased with the way the things started. But then they really came back in the second period. There was another late goal. And all the momentum seemed to be on the Blackhawks side, then twelve seconds into the third period. There is a goal by Columbus. And that was pretty much. Shuts down the United Center sound real quick real quick. But like I said, they're they're they are fun to watch. We've got you know baseball approaching and I'm kinda kinda curious about this cubs channel the marquee channel. Yeah. I'm not so sure I want to pay. Yeah. You know, it's interesting because a lot of people use the argument that said, well, you know, the the cubs have been on cable for so long White Sox had been there Blackhawks and the bulls. But that that situation is included with whatever package you get from whatever provider. You had your your cable company or your satellite company? This is going to be something else is going to be sort of its own entity. Because they're they're going to have to figure out what they're going to charge the carriers to carry it. Right. And then that causes going to be inflated, obviously because the carriers want to make a little money off of you and people will have to make a choice. I mean, whether they want to spend ten fifteen whatever it is gonna be per month or whatever to to buy this network. And I I don't know. I don't really have. I don't have a good sense of what people are thinking. And remember to you know, that's like our our home residential rate. What about you know? Yeah. And paying the commercial freight on this. Yeah. It'll be interesting. It'll really be interesting. To see if the cubs haven't down year, a lot of people are predicting that I I don't really see it. It's hard. It's hard to get that to get that feeling this this early when we haven't even played a spring training game yet. But if they do struggle and they've had some bad not bad publicity over the last couple of weeks. What that will do if that will how many people would actually sign up for this. Well, and I'm going to say it too. I'm not exactly excited about doing anything to put any money in the pockets of Sinclair broadcast. You know, I hear this just kind of the irony of the cubs trying to clean up the Joe Ricketts, Email mess, and you know, obviously, Todd Ricketts. He's finance chairman of the Republican National Committee. Another Rickett is governor of Nebraska. Laura's kind of the democrat crowd, but we all know about Sinclair broadcasting and when you have to have THEO out there giving assurances that well Sinclair runs the tennis network. There's no, you know, right wing agenda that you hear in the tenants network. Sorry. I don't watch tennis. I don't know that anybody. I mean, nothing against tennis mind you, but it's not. But I just I'm very perturbed by that and went Sinclair was looking at buying this place and. WGN television and all the rest of them. I mean, I was doing some soul-searching because of I'm very familiar with Sinclair broadcasting. I know several people that have worked at Sinclair broadcasting everybody saw that famous viral video of anchors being forced to read script. That that ain't an operation. I want to be part of and. That that's that's not journalism. That's that's and surely somewhat still amazed that the FCC kabosh the Tribune acquisition. Given how they were playing up to the new administration of Donald Trump. But. And the fact that to get around certain rules, the Sinclair was made to transfer ownership of very stations to a buddy of the owner of Sinclair who who was a car dealer. You know, what does that say that you know, there there's your there's your kind of reputable company you want to hook up with. Yeah. So yeah. So I'm perfectly happy to sit on the patio with the transistor radio. And listen to the cubs games on the radio like the old days. Yeah. I can see you there with a little earpiece in the year. I ever of choices country time lemonade. In the grill and the girl fired and the grill fired up I actually had. And I I know I still have it somewhere. I had a transistor that had a you could adjust it for a delay two for C could match it up with TV nice picture and stuff. So I can I can live with that. Listen to my socks here on GM. Now, listen to the cubs. But I think as far as a paying watch him on TV ain't going to happen. I think politics aside, I think that's going to be the biggest thing for for the viewer is to decide whether or not they want to work out the money for it. Right. And we all know what the experience has been with LA dodger LA did it. Yeah. And LA's problem and also in San Diego. The problem was that there were carriers. It didn't want to pay the fee. Right. So they didn't they didn't add a channel. And you you get an even have the option you get like sixty percent of your viewing area. They can't see the games, right? Well, it'll be an interesting experiment. But we'll be watching and seeing what happens, but I have a news item. Yes, it's snowing in downtown. The window. I saw that too. Okay. Here we go. Here we go rumble rumble. Rough her up. Thank you for that news update. You're quite welcome. Dave's here to keep us up to date on all the news. Andy, of course, has the latest sports producer Caseros..

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"thirteen october" Discussed on The Concentrated Conversation Podcast

The Concentrated Conversation Podcast

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on The Concentrated Conversation Podcast

"Joking. Cool how you learn to cope because you know, I remember lying Mark Graham will be in the kitchen cooking. And then on my mom's recently. My oldest daughter was there and on to see him Hans and the Clinton in the kitchen, and you know, some of my hearts are known for my concern things and see my daughter take that on in our brain down recipes. I thought it was like super dome because that's where I mean when you grandma McCain cook, everyone tries to make the same meal, the grandma made most can now people can't pull it off. And now, you know, when I get those compliments in their life is better than your grandma and his tastes as good as your grandma's. I'm always like, oh inky I made some Gumbo last week, and I bite at my mom over and when she came in and I go, well, it's not like grand as she goes. It's okay. I've been she started state eat it. And then she just looks up at me as she goes into better. Please don't tell. Great compliment. I remember with my own when I I I'm from Rhode Island. But when I first sell on, South Carolina, my ex her grandmother was mazing. And I remember always in the kitchen where. I will just starting to cook a little bit. But I would always ask me like how much of this or that put in she didn't measure anything. So I was always like trying to figure it out. And she was like boy measure so in order pick that up and be there. I think is super don't carry that forward. Right. Yeah. That is really cool here and teach the young people could these kids on my own kids Donata. This is like the younger generation at least in one of the unseen have no interest in cooking. All. Don't and I'm trying to tell my son. How important it is? He's nineteen. I'm like when you get on your own and all your pizza in grilled cheese. Like me the guy was when I got on my own your you'll realize should learn how to cook about early on. But again, he has no interest in this. Neither one of my children. And how old are you sixteen and ten gosh. Is Sunday celebrity podcast is sponsored by dope. Double the dope. Double backpack is a must have this odor proof smell proof. By is the dope incident. It's kind odors absorbing water resistant dual carbon filter WWW dot dope. Duffle dot com. Also sponsored by more than chatter marketing, specializing in crafting long-term online marketing plans for long term success WWW dot more than chatter, marketing dot com. And finally, indigenous healing pain cream all natural topical CBD solution to help heal your physical pain needs. For more information, text or call or seven zero two three eight eight six five. Ford season. I went over to the warriors and I private shots for one of the players. Like clients who own wineries, and I work on their estate every day, and you know, even regular people who just wanna chef in their house every day. I've done that as well. So Schwartz from the kings to the warriors because kings were winning is that what you know. Honestly, I wish I would've stayed but my players getting traded. I the first season I had Patrick Patterson, and he got traded really quickly. And then I had Isaiah Thomas and he got traded the following season. I had Travis outlaw he got traded and then retired. And then I had Darren collison reduce seasons, and they were really great people really really good people, and I really enjoyed cooking for his family. His wife. So. Thomas is one of my favorite players to watch his game. Especially for the size of us on the goal. Yeah. He's people sweetly kindhearted person. And that's what I loved about cooking for the kings players because they were very down to earth just humble regular dunes. The warriors. I mean, rightly so they have a little bit of an ego. But I just believe in treating people into gli like your person with an extraordinary talent. But you're still a person. So you know, let's treat each other. Ray humans at the beginning. What did you do before you own? Do you soon as you start going to college or graduated is now when you wanted to be in the chef or the job before? So that's another story. I worked for a healthcare company for seven years, I got out of the fashion industry because I was just so demanding, and I can be the mom that I wanted to be I was working twelve hour days. Six days a week. So it was it was very demanding. So I just quit and found a job at a health insurance company when it was a call center. I didn't even know what a call center was. I remember the day. I took my first phone call. I was like what is this the calls? Just keep coming and they're like, yeah. The job. And I I was like how do I stop doing this? What did six months? I was like a senior. I was off the phones all the time training people doing all these things. I cannot be on the phone all day. The I did that for seven years and simultaneously. I started the blow and then when I got on with the Sacramento Kings. That was like I remember it was in an October twenty thirteen October twenty thirteen in October started working for them. And then that January I got my review at my job, and my boss like when did you change your schedule because you're gonna every day at one pm, and I'm like, yeah. I work by two one. And she was like, you can't change your schedule in a my mom have been doing it. And it's working just fine. She's like you can't do that you have to change it back. And so then I had to make a decision and I had to make a quick decision. Because I knew that. I couldn't go cook. For those guys if I could leave that early though, I just I two

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"thirteen october" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

"Molly, our final performer today is an amazing seventeen year old pianist from New York City. Please welcome Tony. Yeah. Tony I need to dress something right off the bat, which is absolutely crazy about you. You learned the Chopin piano, concerto number one the entire thing in ten days. Yeah. That's kinda crazy. I yeah. There was this competition in Beijing. China was thirteen October remembered and then like the final round it was on this concerto with China demonic, which is one of the best orchestras. Yeah. I played at their movement. And then I think Pugh weeks ten days there was another. China fill music season concert, which features Chopin number one PM concerto, then artists sick. So then to ask me if I can do it. Yeah. I mean, I kind of to say, yes, I was like thirteen. Really orchestra. And then. Yeah, I learned the first two movements in like ten days. Good for you for just stepping up to that challenge. That's that takes a lot of bravery that I think you did you notice super super not deal. There's point we like to this. You don't feel anymore, and that's just at. Yeah. I dunno. Incredible. Okay. So so we get your hard worker. But also in reading about you. I love the way you think specifically about composers and their music. So I thought it would be fun to trade music tracks with you and talk composers you go. That was the first movement of shoe personnel in g major the eight nine four is one of my most favorite, super pieces and. By think, this piece is just the I chord of the I g g major court of the peace has so much storing in it, and like most people think Schubert is as you know, someone who, you know. Composes, you know, beautiful teams only. But then actually he has the ability to create all of the emotions in my opinion, emotions and feelings together in one piece. Everytime. Listen to Schubert is always even even if the same piece is different journey. I mean, too, many emotions and feelings and the piece we just heard again the first corps. I mean is two is has so much. I'm convinced. You've made me wanna listen to more Shubert. Okay. Here's a composer. I love to the to the side to side around the middle to the side the side the Midland side to the side to side at around and around and around around to the side, two three four five six seven eight through the mid point underlying. That's the first movement of Carolina's piece Partido sung by the group roomful of teeth, and one thing I have about this piece so much is that she pays to traditional broke dances. And yet she uses it to create sounds and music that I don't think anyone's ever heard before it's completely new. And so incredibly riveting owes expecting actual those like music some kind of technical mistakes. Thank you decide. But you always wake will. And I love how how Caroline takes music from totally different eras in throughout history. And finds these new ways of just kind of mashing them together. It's so creative doing so in such an enjoyable way to listen to you to right. It's I love her music that whole PC to Tony. Would you introduce us to the peace going to play for asks Toby playing the first movement of serving ski fired. <music>? Tony John seventeen from New York perform the dance infernal from stravinsky's Firebird, Tony that was so phenomenal. Can I ask you to play another movement to take us out? Of course, what we'd be playing playing of fiber ski. Well, I'm percussionist. So I'll be playing the Tiffany part in my head. I hope you don't mind. I'm molly. A and it's been such an honor being the guest host on today's show along with Peter Dugan. I want to thank all the young performers on the program. And thank you for listening.

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"thirteen october" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Because of his misrule or let us put it this way. The man the way he managed his governance between eleven ninety nine and his death in twelve sixteen. We have the Magna Carta. However, John once in his lifetime to regain his the of an empire that he has from his family. That's Henry the second and his mother Eleanor of Aquitaine who dies at the ripe age of eighty and twelve o to the reason he needs that back is because of legacy and also because the king of France has made it a personal challenge. All these years. John finally has enough money two hundred thousand marks what Mark Morris tells me in his treasury empty set to launch another expedition in the winter of fourteen the Keene here is that if he doesn't go now he might not go again. Mark because the the income had fallen off so severely. So this was this was the best time to go. Well, I think two things really one. I think he saved up enough cash. I think he's been holding for so long to get back. The church is is maybe not such a factor is important to go at this point because he's got allies waiting has been subsidizing allies in the low countries. So, you know, do prevent count of Flanders even the holy Roman empire nephew. Also, he's got these people ready to deploy. Because he's and he's also got allies in the south fewer than he had had the previous year when he wanted to go, and he's Barrington resisted because one of them is being killed. But nevertheless, he has you know, other pieces on the chessboard ready to deploy. And he's plan is relatively straightforward. It's Pinson movement. He's going to have the allies to border on the northern edge of France in the low countries invade and he's going to. Land in south western France. He's remaining territories. He's remaining toehold and fight his way out northwards the object being to force seeking physical Costas to divide his forces. Yes, it's a brilliant plan at I mean on paper, it looks like it'll look wonderfully. Let's land me Lancet Laura shell he proceeds immediately to gather up all of the allies and people pledging allegiance to him because it looks like he's in a powerful position. Remember, he captured the French fleet, and he's got a lot of money, but one particular family who play a big part in this story, and we've not had time for them. They will continue to play a big part in for John's successor his son Henry as well is the Lucy non to I say that correctly. Yes, they are a powerful family in on Zhu, and they come they both pledged to John this point, they balk why do they balk Mark at this point? Going back with their powerful family in in poor to and the of this sort of head of the clan. If you like the falling out with John goes back to Jones marriage to Isabella of them in twelve hundred because she had been betrothed to loosen y'all so having stolen he's intended loosen intended, the loosens take umbrage male part of the reason for the support for John in that part will collapsing and ultimately the loss of all his lands in in France history. William Marshall, we talked about way back when attributes John the loss of John's limp empire too is disastrous American he's bad handling of the loosening of family, but by twelve fourteen John goes back, and yes, he does go back in great force with a large army and lots of minor lords in that part of the world submit in very quickly as you would expect. But the loosens also get a great big carrot dangled in front of some. They get. Promised Boston amounts of lands. They get promised in Trenton in France. They also get also. It promised one of John's legitimate daughters as his own bride. So there's a sort of substitute marriage deal on the table. So they all simaltaneously that wants that some of them some of the family holdout in costumes, and they all at the same time wooed, and they do agree in the spring of twelve fourteen to support John. So John for a moment initially is on the role. He has this big on me assembling northern France or on the border, and he's pushing up from the south making friends making peace with former enemies. Where it starts to go wrong. Find push the story ahead of it is Joan re encounters resistance out of castle just outside on capital of ownership who LA Rocha more in the spring of some of his point of twelve fourteen. And he he is he's being held up by this council that sip. Some the king of his son Louis is advancing within only apparently a small Rami to confront him and two things happened one loosen your say, they will not fight against the king of France or something which. Possible seems improbable is this what we're told? And Secondly, definitely happens. He's John Rumsfeld way back to La Rochelle. The next time we can spot John. He's a hundred miles further south. There's a great example once again, light, he's abandonment of the Normans in twelve three when Philip invades and John does not resist and runs to England. Once again, he has this huge war chest. He has this launch mercenary army. But when push comes to shove, I soon as the odds seem anything other than certain Jones favor. He buckles. It and runs what there is a set battle. Peace will mention it here Mark because then we'll go onto Runnymede to the army's divide. Philip Augusta's takes his army north to fight the invasion in Flanders and John backs away from Lewis who's a blocking force in the south. And then we come to the very famous set piece battle at bovine and Phillip wins. He captures all of the Lord's including Salisbury leading the army. And this is the moment that everyone recognizes that John is finally lost. Is that a way to read this Mark? Yes. Absolutely. I mean, I it's it's the the reason I said to make a big set piece feeding Tabuk turning point like a lot of the said earlier, the great military encounters. John's reign is elsewhere. I'm they happened to the camera, but you see John having gone away from Louis I'm going back to Dr Rochelle, that's sort of damaging his reputation. It's par for the course, it doesn't still hope of a successful outcome. If his brother-in-law who's much more half brother, the Salisbury, and it's much bigger army in the north can defeat. The king of France himself apparently outnumber the king of France by considerable margin on what happens famously that day in July twelve fourteen is the French king defeats his invading. Army catches all these other important nobles. So it's a great day for the French monarchy, apparently the students in this. People Paris party for a week on hearing the news. But it absolutely does for John because in the few hours of bloody mayhem happened in that battle Jones dreams of re-conquest go up in smoke, and all that money that huge war chest that he's accumulated for almost a decade is suddenly being wasted. And he has to return to England in the autumn of twelve fourteen with his treasure chest empty, he's reputation already tacky now in shreds. And he's critics who by this point lead. You have him over a barrel. Yes. John lands thirteen October twelve fourteen at Portsmouth. He proceeds to London Twenty-nine Tober. And now we're on the road to Magna Carta. The book is king. John treachery and tyranny and medieval England the road to Magna Carta. Mark Morris is the author. I'm John Batchelor. Everyone of Alexis skills. Make you things how does it do? This every skill make you happy filled. Of course. Seventy seven WABC on echo devices. All of that has changed. Just ask.

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"thirteen october" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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08:33 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"One zero five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall, W A L. Washington comes to talk. This is the John Batchelor show. Mark Morris is here. King the story of a man who because of his misrule or let's put it this way. The man the way he managed his governance between eleven ninety nine and his death in twelve sixteen. We have the Magna Carta. However, John once in his lifetime to regain his the Giovanni empire that he has from his family. That's Henry the second and his mother Eleanor of Aquitaine who dies at the ripe age of eighty and twelve oh to the reason he needs that back is because of legacy and also because the king of France has made it a personal challenge. All these years. John finally has enough money to hundred thousand marks is what Mark Morris tells me in his treasury empty set to launch another expedition in the winter of fourteen the Keene here is that if he doesn't go now he might not go again is that it Mark because the income had fallen off so severely. So this was this was the best time to go. Well, I think. Two things really one. I think he saved up enough cash. I think he's been holding for so long. He's had to get back. The church is is maybe not such a factor is informed. Go at this point because he's got allies waiting him. He has been subsidizing allies in the low countries. So, you know. Do profound count of Flanders even the holy Roman empire, his nephew. Also, he's got these people ready to deploy. Because he's he's allies in the south fewer than he had had the previous year when he'd wanted to go and he's had resisted because one of them has been killed. But nevertheless, he has all the pieces on the chessboard ready to deploy. And he's plan is relatively straightforward. It's a pincer movement. He's going to have the allies that border on the northern edge of France in the low countries invade and he's going to land in south western France. He's remaining territories. He's remaining toehold and fight his way out northwards the object being to force. Speaking of France focuses to divide his forces. Yes, it's a brilliant plan at I mean on paper, it looks like it'll look wonderfully. Let's land me Lancet Laura shell he proceeds immediately to gather up all of the allies. And people pledging allegiance to him because it looks like he's in a powerful position. Remember, he captured the French fleet, and he's got a lot of money, but one particular family who play a big part in this story, and we've not had time for them. They will continue to play a big part in for John's successor his son Henry as well is the Lucy nam to I say that correctly. Yes. They are a powerful family in on Zhu, and they come they both pledged to John and at this point, they balk why do they balk felt Mark at this point going back with their powerful family in two and Hugh delusional sort of visit of head of the clan. If you like the falling out with John goes back to Jones marriage to them. In twelve hundred because she had been betrothed, huge, loosen. So how being stolen he's intended. He intended the loose news take umbrage, and now part of the reason for the support John in that part will collapsing. And ultimately, the loss of all his lands in in France history of William marshal that we talked about way back when attributes John the lawsuit John's continental empire to is disastrous marriage and he's bad handling of family. But by twelve fourteen John goes back, and yes, he does go back in great force with a large army and lots of mine and lords in that part of the world should make him very quickly as you would expect the loosens also get a great big carrot dangled in front of them. They get promised Boston mountains of Latins. They get promised. John gene Santo in France. They also get also he's promised one of John's legitimate. Daughters as his own bride. So there's a sort of substitute marriage deal on the table. So they all seem a little tiny see that whilst that some of them some of the family holdout in costumes and obvious siege. At the same time wooed, and they do agree in the spring of twelve fourteen to support John. So John for a moment initially Joan is on the role. He has this big army assembling northern France on the border, and he's pushing up from the south making friends making peace with former enemies. Where it starts to go wrong. If I push the story ahead of it is Joan encounters resistance out of castle just outside the capital to Russia more in the spring of well some of this point of twelve fourteen and he is he's being held up by this council that sip. Some the king of his son Louis is advancing with an army apparently a smaller army to confront him and two things happened. One delusion your say they will not fight against. Which? Seems improbable is this what we're told? And Secondly, definitely happens. He's John runs all the way back to La Rochelle. The next time we can spot John. He's a hundred miles further south. There's a great example once again like he's abandonment of the Normans in twelve o three when Philip invades and jump does not resist and runs to England. Once again, he has this huge war chest. He has this launch mercenary army. But when push comes to shove as soon as the odds seem anything other than certain Jones favor. He book lose it and runs. There is a set battle peace will mention it here Mark because then we'll go onto Runnymede that the army's divide. Philip Augusta's takes his army north to fight the invasion in Flanders and John backs away from Lewis who's as a blocking force in the south. And then we come to the very famous set piece battle at bovine and Phillip wins. He captures all of the Lord's including Salisbury leading the army and this. Is the moment that everyone recognizes that John has finally lost. Is that a way to read this Mark? Yes. Absolutely. I mean, I it's it's the reason is to make a big set piece fit in the book is the turning point like a lot of the said earlier, the great military encounters. Jones rank is elsewhere may happen to the camera. But you see John having run away from Louis. I'm going back to that Rochelle that's sort of damaging to his reputation. It's par for the course, it doesn't. There's still hope of a successful outcome. If his brother-in-law who's much more certain his half brother, the other and it's much bigger army can defeat the king of France himself apparently outnumber the king of France by considerable margin. What happens famously that day in July, twelve fourteen is the French king defeats invading. Army catches all these other important nobles. So it's a great day for the French monarchy. I don't need a set of students in Paris party for a week. I'm hearing the news. But absolutely does for John because in the few hours of bloody mayhem happened in that bathroom Jones dreams of re-conquest go up in smoke, and all that money that huge war chest that he's accumulated for almost a decade suddenly being wasted. And he has to return to England in the autumn of twelve fourteen with his treasure chest empty, he's reputation already tatty now in shreds, and he's critics who by this point legion. Happy. I'm over a barrel. Yes. John lands thirteen October twelve fourteen at Portsmouth. He proceeds to London twenty nine October. And now we're on the road to Magna Carta. The book is king. John treachery and tyranny in medieval England the road to Magna Carta. Mock Morris is the author. I'm John Batchelor..

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"thirteen october" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen october" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Show. Mark Morris is here. And it's Kim John's the story of a man who because of his misrule or let us put it this way. The man the way he managed his governance between eleven ninety nine and his death in twelve sixteen. We have the Magna Carta. However, John once in his lifetime to regain his the edge of an empire that he has from his family. That's Henry the second and his mother Eleanor of Aquitaine who dies at the ripe age of eighty and twelve oh to the reason he needs that back is because of legacy and also because the king of France has made it a personal challenge. All these years. John finally has enough money. Two hundred thousand marks is what Mark Morris tells me in his treasury empty set to launch another expedition in the winter of fourteen the Keene here is that if he doesn't go now, he might not go again is that it Mark. Because the. Income had fallen off so severely. So this was the this was the best time to go. Well, I think two things really one. I think he saved up enough cash. I think he's holding for so long to get the church is is maybe not such a factor is important to him to go at this point because he's allies waiting. He has been subsidizing allies in the low countries. So. To prevent counter Florida's even the holy Roman empire, his nephew. Also, he's got these people ready to deploy. Because he's and he's also got allies in the south fewer than he had the previous year when he'd wanted to go resistance because one of them has been killed. But nevertheless, he has all the pieces on the chessboard ready to deploy. And he's plan is relatively straightforward. It's a pincer movement. He's going to have the allies that border the northern edge of France in the low countries invade and he's going to land in south western France. He's remaining territories. He's remaining toehold and fight his way out northwards the object being to force leaking physical Costas to divide his forces. Yes, it's a brilliant plan at I mean on paper, it looks like it'll look wonderfully. Let's land me lands at La Rochelle. He proceeds immediately to gather up all of the ally. Is and people pledging allegiance to him because it looks like he's in a powerful position. Remember, he captured the French fleet, and he's got a lot of money, but one particular family who play a big part in this story, and we've not had time for them. They will continue to play a big part for John's successor his son Henry as well is the Lucy nonstop I say that correctly. Yes, they are a powerful family in on Zhu, and they come they both pledged to John and at this point, they balk why did they balk at this point? I mean, going back to their powerful family in in two and Hugh delusional sort of this sort of head of the clan. If you like the falling out with John goes back to Jones marriage to Isabella of them in twelve hundred because she had been betrothed, huge, loosen your so having stolen. He's intended hugely intended. The your take on part of the reason for the support for John in that. Part will collapsing. Ultimately, the loss of all his lands in in France. See history of William Marsh will be about way back when attributes John the lawsuit. John's continental empire too is disastrous marriage and his bad handling of the loosening of family, but by twelve fourteen John goes back, and yes, he does go back in great force with with large army and lots of minor lords in that part of the world should maintain very quickly as you would expect the loosens also get a great big tariff dangled in front of some they get promised Boston mountains of Latins. They get promised dungeon in France. They also get offered huge it promised one of John's legitimate daughters as his own bride. So there's a sort of substitute marriage deal on the table. So they are similar tiny see that Walsh. But some of them some of the family hold out in costumes, and they all have the same time. Woo. And they do agree in the spring of twelve fourteen to support John. So John for a moment initially Joan is on a roll he has this. Big army, assembling northern France or on the border northern FRANZ. And he's pushing up from the south making friends making peace with former enemies. Where it starts to go wrong. I push the story ahead of it is John. Encounters resistance out of castle. Outside only capital of Russia. More in the spring of some of by this point of twelve fourteen and he is he's being held up by this council that Philip some the king his son Louis is advancing with an army apparently a small Rami to confront him and two things happened one. The listen your say they will not fight against. Which? Seems improbable. But is this what we're told? And Secondly, definitely happens is John runs all the way back to level show. The next time we can spoke, John he's one hundred miles further south. A great example once again like he's abandonment of the Normans in twelve three. When Philip invades Joan does not resist and runs to England. Once again, he has this huge war chest. He has this launch mercenary army. But when push comes to shove as soon as the odds seem anything other than certain in John's favor. He does it and runs. There is a set battle peace will mention it here Mark because then we'll go onto Runnymede that the army's divide Philip Augustus takes his army north to fight the invasion in Flanders and John backs away from Lewis who's a blocking force in the south. And then we come to the very famous set piece battle at bovine and Phillip wins. He captures all of the Lord's including sows, Barry leading the army. And this is the moment that everyone recognizes that John has finally lost. Is that a way to read this Mark? Yes. Absolutely. I mean, I it's it's the rea the reason I said to make it big. Setpiece fit in the book is the turning point like a lot of as I said earlier, you know, the great military encounters with Jones Ryan Jones elsewhere, and they happened off camera. But you see John having run away from Louis. I'm going back to the Rochelle that's sort of damaging to his reputation. It's par for the course, it doesn't. There's still hope of a successful outcome if his brother-in-law who's much more certainties half-brother, the Salisbury and it's much bigger army in the north can defeat. The king of France himself apparently outnumber the king of France bought considerable knowledge what happens famously dangerous by twelve fourteen the French king defeats invading. Army captures all these other important nobles. So it's a great day for the French Monica, apparently, the students people Paris party for a week on hearing the news. But it absolutely does for John because in the few hours of bloody mayhem happened in that battle Jones dreams re-conquest go up in smoke, and all that money that huge war chest that he's accumulated for almost a decade is suddenly being wasted. And he has to return to England in the autumn of twelve fourteen with his treasured chance to Mt. He's reputation already tacky now in shreds. And he's critics who by this point legion. Happy maneuver battle. Yes. John lands thirteen October twelve fourteen at Portsmouth. He proceeds to London twenty nine October. And now we're on the road to Magna Carta. The book is king. John treachery and tyranny in medieval England the road to Magna Carta. Mark Morris is the author. I'm John Batchelor..

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