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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:34 min | 8 months ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

Poetry Off The Shelf

11:04 min | 11 months ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

"Now that the manuscript lives at the British library which bought it at the end of the nineteenth century You know now it's sort of lives it's museum of Fides existence right like it. It can no longer be Doodle let's say I mean. Of course it's great because now it's public and Vancouver. The right accreditations can go and consulted and stuff night books about it. That's cool but But it also yeah in in a way it's now dead and I think I'm really happy that that wasn't destroyed in the course of its long centuries and I'm really happy that will Harrington drew a monster instead of making paper airplanes with the with the page that they flee from me was written on and so on so I'm happy that it was preserved. I'm happy that I can see it. And my ability to see it is entirely dependent upon the kind of mummification. That happens to that book in the British Library But at the same time The it's it's fun and interesting to think of people using that manuscript as a legitimate human activity you know that they're interested in that book that adding things to it was their way participating in the kind of general life of this book. That had all these interesting things in it. So you know. There's the two sides to it gets saved for us so that I can call what the British library did to the sort of vaguely derogatory term. Mummification so you know I'm entirely. I really understand that irony but it does seem like it that it's important to register it you know. I went to the British library. I went there several times to look at this book. Which is neat experience? One time I went I had done all the things I was supposed to. I'd sent email beforehand presented my credentials and I had a little card and so long but on this day which is the last time I looked at it. They somehow the library. Just I just didn't seem legitimate enough to them and I speak to another person who's often indifferent room and this person I was saying what I was doing. And and this person actually said looking at me I guess Europe professor she said and I thought wow all right well you know in some ways. I'm happy that somehow I could be misidentified as something more interesting glamorous than an English professor but at the same time what is it about me that makes me seem like a person who shouldn't be allowed to look at this You Know Ancient Manuscript. They did eventually let me do it but they made me wait like three hours just to make sure God. Wow Yeah I mean that's also really interesting about your book is that you sort of You show what it took for someone to gain access to that book you know in like in the Eighteenth Century You write about Percy who was the self-made scholar This kind of careerist guy. Who's great at introducing himself at an seeming very important and sort of making that a self fulfilling prophecy and He's he's the person who actually finds I mean we're we're skipping over a whole lot of history here but you know we'll which is going to have to because of the time you know But he's the first one to sort of reunite the idea of the poem sort of the original manuscript of it right that he marks up the book with this. Little Code to basically indicate okay. This is a manuscript that it comes from. This is the page in the original manuscripts that it comes through. And so you right. At that point that Percy decided to write in the book writer Dan who knows like write a paper or something you know. Because he couldn't he didn't have the sense of institutions that would sort of provide continuous security that his paper with his findings would actually stay with the book. You know so. He thought okay. Let's just write in the book and what I what I was wondering about. What your senses about that you know. Now we've we sort of. The pendulum has swung in the completed action right. Like we were so reliant on our institutions and and even just like the way that we digitize stuff. It seems like we're so confident that these digital copies that they're going to be around you know or that we've always have the capacity to read them to feel like we do too much of that we're risking our heritage in a way. Well you know there'd be other people be smarter about that but my instinct is yes certainly and you know there's the I'm not the only person who has noticed things like you know the the wonderful interest that's available for instance in the letters of people who lived in the past so where that information going to be you know we'll that beyond hand it's all an email now actually it's taxed or no. I don't know what it's in. It's in a tweet that disappeared so One of the I think really. I don't know a beautiful inside available through the history of this manuscript this book. Sort of calmly. It's it's a stack of paper that survives for five hundred years and and it just does that survives the you know the unbelievable and bitter carnage of the Tudor world at survives. You know it's owner getting his head cut off That is Thomas. Wyatt's son got his head cut off in the rebellion against Queen. Mary and then it just wanders around at ends up in a Family Library. We might think of a family library as a place. That's you know I Dunno through unofficial dangerous but at that that turns out to be incredibly secure location for it even though people are using it for all kinds of other things And so it just makes its way in one way or another and so there's something about the survival of of a physical object in the story about the poem that I find really just kind of great that it's it because it was an object that means it could have gotten lost in it's because it was an object that it didn't get lost and so there's something really beautiful about that story that would just paper and yet the stack of papers. You can go see it today. If you have the right credentials they believe Sawyer. Have you looked professorial enough? Yeah you write somewhere That the study of literature for you has always been connected to the study of everything and I really love. I mean it's so true about your book and and you know it made me think about you. Know those kinds of books that are like the history of sand or you know or something like that right or the history of paper or whatever and then of course it's not just the history of sand. It's the history about human beings you know just sort of the excuse you know Why do you prefer to do it through poems? Well I think for one thing. I think that when I began this book which is in the year. Two Thousand Right. It's a really long time ago actually from a personal view. I think that there was actually a surge of the kind of books that you mention and I really liked those books. You know I was really interested in them and so I I. I think that that feels like a kind of accurate observation about in some ways the source of the shape of the idea that there's a role I'm back. The French literary critic has this neat moment at the beginning of a book called said where he talks about a certain Buddhist practice of conjuring a landscape out of the skin of a bean And it feels a little bit like that you take little bean and you conjure the whole world out of it but I think that doing such a project with a poem is some of the satisfaction of it is that the the palm is about human being and even this palms Britain so long ago the some of the interest of this palm is that it was written by Thomas Wyatt who was Cordier in the Court of Henry the eighth than and Berlin got her head chopped off and the story of amber. Lynn is a bizarre and interesting and terrifying one. And so it's just the that. Tell a kind of extended story about this aspect of English speaking culture using poem. It just allows you to talk about the the pains and pleasures of being a person at every moment at in essence and and so You know as I was working on it you know my feeling was like who wouldn't want to write a book like this. I mean it's just like it's just like the perfect thing because the for one thing. Anything could be absorbed into it. You know so so for for almost twenty years worth everything I thought was. I would think you can just go you know. Can this go in in the bus? Oh here's something about inc. Well maybe I should read the thing about INC and the lives of people are so interesting and the attempt to imagine the intimate texture of lives of people who lived long ago with both interesting and I think really good for us And and in the record to to think about the long history of people trying to assemble their inner life. Does that daily struggle? You know that we have you wake up and you think wow what a great day. I'm doing some great today by afternoon. It's like Gosh. What a terrible day and you know I really feel I've lost control on the threat of my life has just now frayed and then the next day you're feeling good again the to be able to talk about that texture over this long period. It just was so rewarding it was so rewarding and so interesting that when I finish this project I was sad I mean I know there is like Gosh restores more history. Maybe there is there a sentry. I forgot about that I could you know. Just go backwards and.

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

Poetry Off The Shelf

07:27 min | 11 months ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

"Can you tell me a little bit when you look at that page today or even the entire book that this page is a part of what what sort of interesting. Scribbles and and drawings appear in the margins of the poems There's this math on the left hand side which is Subversion of Algebra. I had the great fun of getting to read Seventeenth Century Algebra. Textbooks to figure out the you know the notation and took a little bit of work to even figure out what's written there but again what what a pleasure to read a century work of mathematics and figure out that that squiggle actually means X. squared and so on. Yeah but the math is a sign that the person doing the math didn't care about the poem and in the rest of the manuscript. This is much more obvious thereon. Other pages straight lines drawn through each of the lines of the poem and then the pages just covered with other kinds of writing so the person structure basically simply struck through so then sometimes pages are covered in prose. Sometimes there's geometry problems so that there are triangles that are drawn over poems and the idea that a person's sitting with you know a book that we now consider a priceless treasure. Yeah in the reasons that it's a priceless treasure is that there's a poem written on the page. There's person sitting there with this book who actually can't see the poem right so it's exactly the opposite of us. We look at that page. And it's like oh was their math on the left hand side. I'm sorry I didn't see it. I was reading the poem And that seemed to me to be. It's just a really important part of the life of this poem that there are people and You know my thought is that. There's a resonance between and the contemporary world were a lot of people wouldn't be interested in that poem and I tried to tell that story. Sympathetically that is there's lots of reasons why you wouldn't be interested in that palm and it doesn't make you a bad human being and it doesn't mean that you're not sympathetic with other humans or that you don't have a nuanced inner life yourself or that you're not interested in the inner life of others that just means you're not interested in that poem And so you know it's like it's a healthy tonic. That you can drink while you think about the history of this poem because there's always this temptation to regard it as some kind of mystified magical and holy relic that and it really is not that it's a it's a poem written by a person in fifteen thirty right right. Yeah you know if you try to write about these people who scribbled in the margin sympathetically. Well you've succeeded because I really. Yes such warm feelings for them. You know at this John Harrington I mean they're all called John called John Harrington yes generated call this guy. Mp You know because he was a member of parliament. Yeah what what I love. So much about him is that he seems like the antithesis of a poet sort of insensibility He likes math. He likes While he works in government he sort of interested in science and it's very practical and so he uses it sort of to conduct his business and to also just write down notes. Sort of like a to do list or something you know and Yeah one of the things. What was it again? That that he wrote something like I helped my friend's son I'm constipated just like sort of A. You know whatever that that was also sort of like you say an inner life you know. There's many many people who wrote things into this book after Thomas Wyatt Road in it but John Harrington who's the person who wrote the math he wrote really a lot into this book was a judge he was a magistrate. And there's addresses to juries are sketched out in this book and what I ended up thinking about as I meditated on Harrington's lack of interest in the poems his diary and his daily is that in this really Broadway there's a generic resemblance between his diary and the poem. That is somehow the writing out of the things that happened to him. Some of them very intimate. You know not very appealing constipation is not you know. Generally a great subject for lyric poem. But that there's a resemblance between his urge to write out the stuff about himself. Just the these are things that happened to me There is a resemblance between that and the work of lyric poetry. Which is somehow the writing out of an account of inner life. makes us feel that it's more manageable or that it is more. Maybe it makes it more thoroughly a thing of the past if that's what we want or it makes it more understandable and so that relationship between writing and what amounts to self understanding or just the management of everyday life is not entirely different from Thomas. Wyatt's use of that book. It's just really different from Thomas. Wise Use of that book. Yeah I mean that's a gorgeous way of looking at it and it really Seems to be exemplified also in the way that the MP Or that the judge John Harrington His son used that book he was just sort of learn how to Rights right like he was a little kid and had a tutor and he had you know do his alphabet and stuff and and what is so lovely as how you describe this kid was maybe not you know the most interested in school and that he sort of would draw these monsters enlarging exactly. I. I find that part like you. I find that part. Really beautiful actually and You know in my general feeling. That poems are things that people right because they have reasons for writing them by Thomas. It can be in some ways about his job as an ambassador. Desperate hope to stay alive and tutoring England And that again. There's this kind of generic resemblance between that and little We'll Harrington there is finally Harrington who's not called John Harrington you know this little wheel Harrington making drawing this little monster in the manuscript you know. There's a kind of habit of mine where we think. Well you know. It's a kid and he's just drying a monster but again it's that act of sort of getting something out of your head and onto the paper and then you look at it and it's done something for you. Something that was inside. Your head is now out there on this piece then so again. It seems like it's a good companion further poems in that book. It's it's you know it's it's the same kind of newborn of the spirit.

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

Poetry Off The Shelf

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

"And you can imagine someone thinking you know these are actual feelings. That's the that's not what we're talking about you know we're we're we're talking about. As you said the Faberge egg I want to. I want something more beautiful and more abstract in effect. And even if you're reading Wyatt's poem they flee from me. This poem is different So here's the last ends. It was no dream. I lay broad waking but all is turned through my gentleness into a strange fashion of forsaking. I have leave to go of her goodness and she also use newfangled names but since that I so kindly served I would fain know what she had deserved. I'm not sure you would guess that the Palms GonNa turn in this bitter direct and I think that bitterness unfortunately is a really common quality in you know the what is loosely described as love poetry in this period. There are all these conventions about how men get to complain about women not paying attention to them so I think that readers in the period are people encountering this poem in the period would have this complaint about her behavior There's something they would have read a thousand times you know. The lover's complaint is often a title for poems. That type in this period. And yet you know in this stanza. Also if it's not it's not a very decorative complaint It seems unhappily genuine and the the bitterness is part of that right so he gets into this stanza. And there's just this low. That's the place where I think that people would have felt the texture of self to be just a little bit too much but since that I so kindly observed I would fain know what she had deserved especially that sort of dead rhythm in the the last line. I would fain know what she had deserved. Not Very musical That's I think one of the things that gives it. Its sort of unhappy feel of genuineness like he just wrote out those words because he was so angry he he didn't even have time to institute is I am BIC pentameter. That's true like it has the sort of Obstinate field to it. Almost right like he's sort of leaning on every word would say no what she had deserved. Okay that's I think that's exactly right. That's what I call the kind of dead rhythm of it and I think what's happening in that line is this it's just an insistence on a feeling that feels genuine enough to be a little uncomfortable. Like you know. Conversation at a cocktail party of someone says something all of a sudden. You're like well look at that. And they need to go get a glass of wine or you know you find a way to slide out and so the poem as it appears in the very closely related manuscript it's manuscript that's being maintained by Wyatt's friend. They change that line and disfigure if they changed that line they knew Thomas Wyatt. They had sympathy with his problems. They changed that line then. Something's happening in that line. It clearly made people uncomfortable. Yeah I mean I was a little uncomfortable with it. Now you know like however many centuries five you know five hundred years later. I thought Oh you know doing that. Typical Nice guy thing like well. I was being kind. She's wanting to you know exactly the bit ask. That shows up bitter. Yeah I think of that is That's a technical innovation I think on Wyatt's part He's making the palm respond to feeling in a way that people would not have been used to..

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

Poetry Off The Shelf

10:50 min | 11 months ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

"This is poetry off the shelf. I am hitting the grades today. The invention of the self before everything changed. I talked to Peter Murphy an English professor at Williams about a very very old palm faithfully from me written in the fifteen thirty s by Thomas Wyatt. I was wearing that. No one would be interested in a conversation about an old poem right now but listening back. I often felt a jolt of recognition in the fifteen hundreds of course epidemics happen every few years there was a viral pneumonia. Going round something. The English called sweating sickness with symptoms very similar to also seeing. Now only you die. Within twelve to twenty four hours of developing Simpson's and there was a bubonic plague which Henry de eighth was so terrified off that whenever he had to travel somewhere he sent surveyors ahead to check on any of the towns on route and if they found sick people they were carried out of there has an into the fields and left to die and you. Dave is often described as the worst king England of a known. He inherited a fortune. The blue all on his fancy lifestyle and stupid wars. He married six times and had two of his wives executed. He was famously paranoid and would turn on his most trusted advisers on a whim locked them into tower and often ended up executing them. One of these trusted advisers was Thomas Wyatt the author of our poem why it worked as an ambassador for the court and had close ties to Amber Lynn. He too by the way ended up imprisoned at tower twice in fact but he survived and each time he went right back to working and writing poems. One of these poems Li flee from me has kept Peter Murphy busy for almost two decades in his book. The long public life of a short private poem. Peter Murphy follows this long long thread from its author Thomas Wyatt to his friend. Who copied the poem in her own manuscript making a few changes to the family that inherited the original and stored it in their home library for centuries to the various printers and scholars throughout the ages? Who fought over version was best all the way to the presence when the poem has become something of a staple of English literature textbooks? So why this poem because to contemporary ears they flee from me is not the easiest if I were to give you a rough summary. A man remembers a time. When he was popular especially with women but nowadays they flee from me it's not the most compelling story of tolls but the story is not the point. It's who's telling it at various points throughout the book. You sort of say that Wyatt kind of as a person as a character Makes his appearance in the palm and that know that that it was a new thing that maybe before that was more of this sort of anonymous unified court voice or something. You can feel it in. Wyatt's poems that they have that texture of introspection like declarations about the nature of his inner life or the nature of inner life. I I like thinking of it as a moment of invention. It's right here and this moment would let's say it's fifteen thirty five but we can't be sure but it someplace right right close to fifteen thirty five you know here. It is It's the invention of the lyric in English That's probably again in some fine grain. Detail I don't think that that's strictly accurate. But it feels that way. That's so interesting. I mean I think. Today at literature is almost synonymous with inner life. Right like we see it as the only way I think almost to get I mean movies. It's much harder to get to the inner life the characters right. I mean you have to do cheesy things. Like voice over. Work Flashback. balloon literature. That's sort of what it does best and so can you take me back to what that was before we started doing that. You know what we're writing then. Yeah I mean it's such an interesting subject and I think that there's a lot of mysteries associated with it. And I think that it's not a kind of continuous and smoothly developing story from you know people inventing language and had to the day of Thomas Wyatt and then to our own But in the period right before why it. When we're talking about shorter poems lear tomes I think it's it's mostly true to say that the accomplishment that people are interested in poetry was largely as a kind of design so that the poems about love for instance that why would know that are in English. You know their poems that would feel to us to be highly artificial. They have stanza forms. That mean that they repeat themselves a lot and you can feel that some of the satisfaction of making such an object is actually. Just do it like here. I made this complex stands a form and look all the words appeared. Alright spots And I I don't think of that as a low form of entertainment. I think that there's a lot of of expressive objects that have that quality that. Wow that's a neat thing Edgar something. Wow that's well done I mean but it's you know I think that that's exactly right and I think that there must be you know what amounts to a satisfaction in the kind of controlling or designing of of the process of thought that is in such an artificial poem. The clearly people liked. I think it feels quite foreign to us. Were much more used to a more nuanced and flowing An even inconsistent picture of inner life. And so I with why we have a few poems where what feels like the picture of inner life has this kind of dramatic and compelling texture and I it's just so noticeable especially if you're sitting reading a lot of poetry from the period it's just so noticeable kitchen. Could you read the poem and and I was thinking because you know i? I can't assume that everyone has Sort of a fluency in sixteenth century. English could you maybe take standby stanza and slick paraphrase may be as we go along sure absolutely? So here's the firsthand. They flee from me that sometime did me seek with naked foot stocking in my chamber. I've seen them gentle team and meet. That now are wild and do not remember that sometime. They put themselves in danger to take bread at my hand and now they range busily seeking with continual change so I think that some of the one of the things that people like and this poem is just that magnetic first line. They flee from me. That sometime did me seek now. It's old English Has a little bit of a Foreign Air. But we can understand that line And then the the evocative air of the poem the sort of summoning of stuff with naked foot stocking in my chamber. So who are they? Those first two lines That's the part that caught me and I think it's that that that part catches a lot of people and sometimes they put themselves in danger to take bread at my hand and now they range. Busily seeking was a continual change. That's the substance of the first answer is about change the second thanked before Cheon It Hath Been Otherwise Twenty Times better but once in special in thin array after a pleasant guys when her loose gown from her shoulders did fall and she me caught in her arms long and small and there with all sweetly did me kissing softly said Dear Heart. How like you this so you have this. I stands about these beings that now are gone. And then the thing that's gone now appears to be this really beautiful intimate moment and I think you know especially if you're reading poetry from this period this stanza is just you know what I wanna say. I might be wrong in some very detailed way. But in a general way what I want to say is. There's nothing else even remotely like this people love to retail this stanza. They loved to just talk about and think about the the sort of intimate energy that suddenly appears in the Stanza Which that kind of intimate energy is just so unusual in this period. You know we've gotten so used to it. Yeah exactly yeah. It's hard for me to to hear what you hear because yeah for me it is. It is the thing that we still do right. Like we recollect something. And then we will hint at some details to make a really visual for the one who's reading her arms long and small and that is so common to us that. What is the the newest thing about this? Then you know I think that It's the it's that it feels like an actual recall like this is a thing that happened and a lot of poetry in the in the period. I'm not sure people would have been very interested in doing that. That is an actual recall. Might you might even think about is the flaw. It reduces the sort of designed and performed live aspect of short poem about feelings..

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Laces Out

Laces Out

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Laces Out

"SURF AND TURF podcasts. We've got eagles. Legend left. Tackle trae Thomas in Studio Welcome trae thank you thank you for having event. Yeah seriously So we're talking about this moment moments ago. Actually William Tom. Yes William Wyatt Thomas. The third you know Third as well Oh yeah you as well okay. I'm expecting my first son. I'm GonNa make him before that's what I do. I believe the legacy man. Yeah you gotTa keep that Daddy. That's right yeah but yeah man I'm GonNa third and it's funny too because my My Dad he he'd never really knew his father and so you know he'll he was he. He was going by junior but his dad's name really wasn't William. Thomas wasn't William Thomas Wyatt Thomasson. So I don't know where they got the William. They went with third thanking. That's what it was for him with him. Being called Julia say so. My son is a fourth man question for both or a new day and age where you know you got guys. ooh Willie snead the force Rg three they. Put that on the back of jerseys. But you guys have put the Cologne Thomas I didn't put the third on mine. I don't think it was an option when you played right it wasn't an option But if I had the option I would have did it Really think about it as the name is day. I'm ready. Let's go. Oh so yeah. So your name is not trae Thomas but you went by trade tom by trey. Thomas what is the story behind that. Because it wasn't it wasn't there was someone on the Eagles your rookie year. Also William Willy T. He used to play linebacker for so. You had my rookie year. It was really his name. Was William Thomas but trey was just the nickname that my parents gave me. My you know everybody how does it. Why is it spelled my shit? I don't know it's a nickname. My parents probably what do you want to call it. How you on how you spell it all out? Tr a Boondoggle trae. Okay so yeah. It was funny man when I got up here in the Philly. You know 'cause I have been going by trade for so long when I first got here. When they were cutting my checks they were cutting them as trae? Thomas I show up at the bank No ide- would audio and everything so that was a progress so rewinding to beginning. You're a Florida boy. No delay in Florida the land Florida country town. You went to Florida state. You were part of your on the tail end of that team with Charlie Ward Mark. Done Derrick Brooks Peter Boulware Dan Economic Cetera. Or it done at Pito Bo. Where we we all came in together? Okay yes we were all in say recruiting class. We had war peaceable where Andre Wadsworth Rock Preston Audrey Cooper. EEG Green Eh. I mean CEO cow. I think out of out of our recruiting class. Maybe a ten of US went first round. Then I think You know even when I walk I walk. Andre Wadsworth was at a time when he got drafted wanted to highest draft picks to come out of Florida state. He was a walk on for us. You know what I'm saying so it was it was was a college is fine ninety three consensus national championship. Yeah that would be John. BRASSICA YUP So what made you choose flyer same. I mean obviously it was a local Move but had you always had your eyes on Flores said do you grow up. Gators fan had the work. Now I just you know that. Was Y'all coming up. I really didn't even think about it you you know. I had a couple of some people that I knew that was in our in our hometown. They would take us up to a couple of games here and there so I just had. My parents went to Fam- dad play ball ball fan back in the day so I was from. Yeah Yeah so so I I was familiar. We're going to Tallahassee and Dan one of my guys that one of my my parents it was a friend of his. His son went to Florida state at the time to use a little older than me. A tie Macintosh he played out. We are parents went went to school together and we will kind of. He was born a couple of years older than me but we were both raised on campus. Day You know what I'm saying so already has somebody that I was familiar with and that was it. It took a couple of games when I saw the man come on the renegade spider spearing. The grand I was hooked after that. You know I felt like Tallahassee were. We'll find out from you away from Gainesville just a little too close going to gain the Lasso. Tallahassee fit me you know I think if I would've gone to my pilot got kicked out my i. Should I talk about the culture for a quick second at Florida State Also you mentioned all the guys you play with when you are wearing a seminar home Is it win win win at all costs because of the alumni or because you know if you went Florida state you're going first round automatically the automatic bid into the league. I think you know you know what years were you in school So I got their own one. I was at Hofstra into one. Oh five you where. Where'd you go to university you at school during school So you know it was all about being at a school that was don't TV. You know what I'm saying. It wasn't the same recruiting like high everybody's recruits now. At the time he goes scout and everything back then it was by making sure you you got on a school that it was gonna be on. TV I wanted to be one of those cats that when they flash the camera on the sideline. Even if I ain't playing. I got somebody chain and we yelling and the camera tyler. Hey Mom you know does answer. I just wanted to have that that school atmosphere and that was it man. I think they're going. They're going to Florida. State was definitely a a A hardening of the skin for me. You know because I came up playing Deanne in high school so I switched over and started learning office of line when I got to Tallahassee and that was the progress of progression and then you know when you come in and to a big program like that you know it's all it ain't undergo dominating highschool who is once you win you get to a big program. Everybody you know what I'm saying. You went from being a big fish small pond and like you just another fish in the big lake. You know a lot more talent so especially with Bobby Bowden Self. Yeah Man I was when I tell us he's sitting on your couch trying to convince you to go to Florida state. You're saying what yeah. Yeah Okay I'm GONNA go man. You know you know by becoming with that southern John Ainhoa in any prey witchy leak and we we say Cresa so some late day you know and my mom's like Oh yeah let's do it. You know that was it You know I'm glad I chose to go to Tallahassee to go to Florida state because I think ah got me ready to get into the league man because You know there was a harder skin that had to happen. You know going. There was not easy. I I mean you know Bobby challenged us. I mean it was a lot of work I mean I didn't know anything about mat drills when I first got W we dan so find out wasn't mad drills for the worst thing I've ever a bad through football wise it would. They would go from around February to March or something like that. I don't I can't remember the days we would have to be up at five o'clock in the morning so they come through. And you have burt Reynolds Dawn. So you know all of us had the metal doors and so you know they come through there with one of those metal spoons and start tapping so you can hear when they hit. I think you already know you bet to give up. It's called asset. You got to walk downstairs and then you've got to change. It didn't have to everybody meets on the mess. So you have three different stations you have yeah Mash jellied is and then you have some type of station. But everybody's GonNa meet on the mets and you have to be sitting there in a straight line vertical and horizontal. Everybody Stacey you know. He's a certain amount of space around for this five o'clock in the morning to two hours of no no no water no breakages just pounding this man and you know it would come in and ninety three nine those by being a school so we had we skipping classes. We have Emma could town pershing campus. We you know so. We have a good tassell. Bobby call is a class three. I'll get out here in the middle of these mats and so we come come out there. Yeah you're like Oh y'all doing something you'd be skipping this class skipping this clip in this class so what we do. Is that what you ought to do. Twenty five dollars and then when you get a break we're GonNa do twenty push twenty so we went back and forth and then today he was like all right once. We hit the mets. You guys going to have to hit the wall and turn around and come back so so we met just so we can get into. Matt's is like all right. You got five guys in the land so you have five guys in. The line is usually going to be your younger younger guys. That's GONNA be. Oh you're heavyweight guys going towards the back then 'cause it day now so the command. Is You ready. You have to chop down and like football position they say feet you stop and go and you had the dive out on your chest. pop-up do whatever little way we've dribble or whatever and then it's like all right go and then you take off running do a flynn so you have to come back up to your feet start shopping again. And then they'll tell you go and he got just take off running run into the wall they had like a pad coming out back into the wall there. Now what you don't want to do is to say eight at Grupo Bay. You got five guys so if you guys anyone of your group they're slack hit that wall. Oh go back so far my introduction and the mess was three times going back you know what I'm saying. So it was it was it was. It was a process but I didn't quit. My my parents stayed on me you know even with changing my position and everything from DNA office of line you know. Just just imagine a brand new love. Yeah so that's college football. It's dangerous. I mean because I mean I might know with. Da Brooks and. I'm learning offensive line. You know like when you play. How long did you play? I converted when I got two hops because I was the process. Yeah and will you playing off his last year. That's a lot of balance and that you're going to look bad also stirred me child onto because My freshman year. I was playing a line. Then that Spring We were down a couple of bodies in office line and they knew I had played off his line and High School and my coaching time Recipes Joe Garay Man. You got a chance to start I if you make transition and I remember going back to my defensive buddies And I was like they want me to move to office alarm. So why are you over there you. You're going to start. Just you know you got a shot. I was like yeah but shouting. MTA knows a guaranteed spot. If I go to old line and that was like well you know what's going to happen. I was going to say we'll tell yo ass up and I said what got me fucked up your and so I took on this mindset mindset of always now only now I had to learn a new position in a in a fast small amount of time but on the flip side of that I was always worried about on my buddies trying to show me up on. I was always getting in fights with guys. I was having lunch with him. And why. Why are you chief shopping? Because I was like trying and so you kind of develop that nasty streak requires you got guys that you play. Hey that's trying to kick your ass. People don't understand that that's the progression of office. You have to get to get better. There is no cheating. They'RE GONNA have to put yourself in a certain type of situation that you won't get fucked up and it's going to look Nancy but you got to learn from it because it's going to happen. Eagle in prostate like a lot of people don't understand like the technical part of protection. You know what I'm saying like if fewer shoot Johan's the right way if you don't set the right way if you're if you're if you don't even go back to work back inside the proper footwork you open a lane.

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Bradley Beal guarded by white ended up. Hey, Brian Sexton inside and slams it down as Thomas Wyatt. Got that inside pocket pass into the light into the post and. Papas out here. Even touch the ball on offense yet and sixteen seconds to the game. Gregg Popovich calls a time out eleven forty four to go. First quarter, your score Washington to San Antonio nothing. Wwl AI. And that's why Greg Popovich has been as successful as he has been Spurs able to use that time out to stop the bleeding. They're able to rally out of that deficit. They would lead by ten at the end of the first quarter. They go on to beat the wizards by thirteenth Spurs with a one thirty two one nineteen win over Washington. Wizards have lost nineteen straight games in San Antonio dating back to nineteen ninety nine. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts. Lakers currently holding the ninth spot in the Western Conference bitten, of course, by injuries to LeBron James Lonzo ball Kyle. Kuzma is Sunday's game against Phoenix. Because of a sore hip, regardless of the team health being out of a playoff position to certainly fan. The flames in LA, there's been talk about the future of coach Luke Walton since the Lakers landed LeBron but the seat may be getting a little warmer with the struggles they've seen this season on the Brian. Horse to the hoop collective podcast. Our Jackie MacMullan is a lot of tension in that building lot attention in that building. And I think it's know people are wondering about Luke Walton, even though Jeannie came out. Very strongly and said. I want to be here where I back him one hundred percent. But then also made the point that has to be made in that is that she hired Irvin. Magic Johnson to make these decisions and urban feels differently. She gave him the power to make those kind of decisions. It's clear to me. And probably to you Brian that LeBron's camp would prefer a coaching change. They're not so subtle about that. So I don't think that's fair. Lebron publicly has of course, the run publicly hasn't talked in a month. All the people around plenty of them. And they've made it known. I don't think this is a shock is it. To say this. Fair thing to say. So with the Lakers sitting ninth in the Western Conference. What should we expect regarding Luke Walton and his future earlier on ESPN radio are Bobby marks Jordan Schultz on the NBA insiders? Well, I mean, I expect Luke Walton to make it through this year. I I mean, I think it would be based on how this roster was decimated with injuries. You know, something they'd look at in the off season. Hey, this team has a chance to not making the playoffs. One of those teams is making it. It's either the Lakers and the clippers or the Spurs or the jazz. But this is the reality of the situation, we're in when you go out and sign a LeBron James everything comes with it. And you better be prepared for it. Lebron has this history with these young coaches of testing them right away wants thirty eight years old LeBron's thirty four. These guys were in the league at the same time. I mean, literally came into this leak at the same time, so LeBron's immediately. There's rumors about him ignoring play calls from satellites of Luke Walton stuff that he did like like you said Bobby and Miami with their expulsion, except the difference was Spoelstra had the backing of a guy who who firmly believed in his abilities. And that was Pat Riley will magic doesn't have that same belief here in Luke Walton magic has its own questions. Magic one of the greatest all time. Lebron one of the greatest all time these two question in the guy that's in place. And everybody knows it's the whole thing with any workplace when a new regime comes in is that the regime that sets you in that position. Luke Walton was not anointed by magic war by LeBron. It's problematic. I give this guy a year at best Jordan going back to that one point is that we we forget that. This was a Mitch Cup. Check higher at. Where's Mitch exactly this is this was not a rob Pelinka or Magic Johnson higher Eric's? Pulse. Shooter was a Pat Riley higher show. There's a difference there when you have your own guys there, and you know, having been in the front office that inherited. You know, every Johnson. Billy king. That was not a Billy king higher that was before Billy king. God here that you tend to want to align yourself with your own guys. And when you talk about the last the last spot for the playoffs that the Lakers on the outside looking in with we'll guess who has that slot right now that other team in Los Angeles. So that even makes it with everything going on here. And I think everybody simply getting tight Lakers with a win over the sons on Sunday, one sixteen one zero two they are ninth in the west two games behind the clippers who beat the kings one twenty two to one zero eight Sacramento trailed the entire game the clippers of one eight straight against the kings, straight talk wireless, nationwide coverage on America's largest and most dependable four G L T E networks Sunday giving us the penultimate game on the NFL calendar this season that's next. Sportscenter allnight continues. It's ESPN radio. It's really going to be about football intellects wouldn't be about the ultimate chess match. Patriots has a whole they just do what it takes to win. The Rams have been successful in this season. Generally by running the ball down people's throats. More. Sportscenter.

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Network. Unluckiest Bradley Beal guarded by white ended up. Hey, Brian Dixon inside. And slams it down as Thomas Wyatt. Got that inside pocket pass into the late into the post and. Papa's. Call timeout here. The first Steven. Yet and sixteen seconds of the game. Gregg Popovich calls eight time out eleven forty four to go. First quarter, your score Washington to San Antonio nothing. Wwl A. And that's why Gregg Popovich has been as successful as he has been Spurs able to use that time out to stop the bleeding. They're able to rally out of that deficit. They would lead by ten at the end of the first quarter. They go on to beat the wizards by thirteenth Spurs with a one thirty two one nineteen win over Washington. Wizards have lost nineteen straight games in San Antonio dating back to nineteen ninety nine. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts. Lakers currently holding the ninth spot in the Western Conference Britain, of course, by injuries to LeBron James Lonzo ball Kyle. Kuzma is Sunday's game against Phoenix. Because of a sore hip, regardless of the team health being out of a playoff position is certainly banned some of the flames in LA, there's been talk about the future of coach Luke Walton since the Lakers landed LeBron but the seat may be getting a little warmer with the struggles they've seen this season on the Brian. Windhorst collective podcast. Our Jackie MacMullan. Is a lot of tension in that building lot attention in that building. And I think it's you know, people are wondering about Luke Walton, even though Jeannie came out. Very strongly. Instead. I want to be here where I back him one hundred percent. But then also made the point that has to be made. And that is that she hired Irvin. Magic Johnson to make these decisions, and you know forever. Feels differently. Gave him power can make those kind of decisions. It's clear to me. And probably to you Brian that LeBron's camp would prefer a coaching change. They're not so subtle about that. So I don't think that's fair. Bronc publicly has of course, the run publicly hasn't talked in a month. All the people around plenty of them. And they've made it known. I don't think this is a shock. Is it safe to say this? That's that's a fair thing to say. So with the Lakers sitting ninth in the Western Conference. What should we expect regarding Luke Walton and his future earlier on ESPN radio are Bobby marks Jordan Schultz on the NBA insiders? I expect Luke Walton to make it through this year. I mean, I think it would be based on how this roster was decimated with injuries. Is it something they look at it in the off season. Hey, this team has a chance and not making the playoffs. One of those teams isn't making it. It's either the Lakers and the clippers or the Spurs or the jazz. But this is the reality of the situation, we're in when you go out and sign a LeBron James everything comes with it. And you better be prepared for LeBron has this history with these young coaches of testing them right away. Luke wants thirty eight years old LeBron's thirty four. These guys were in the league at the same time. I mean, literally came into this league at the same time. Sula bronze immediately. There's rumors about him ignoring play call. Some Luke Walton stuff that he did like you like you said Bobby and Miami with their expulsion, except the difference was Spoelstra had the backing of a guy who who firmly believed in his abilities. And that was Pat Riley. Well, magic doesn't have that same belief here. In Luke, Walton magic has its own questions. Maj? One of the greatest all time. Lebron one of the greatest all time these two questioning the guy that's in place. And everybody knows it's the whole thing with any workplace what a new regime comes in is that the regime that sets you in that position. Luke Walton was not anointed by magic war by LeBron. It's problematic. I give this guy a year at best joined going back to the one point is that we we forget that. This was a Mitch Cup. Check higher. And where's Mitch exactly this? This was not a rob Pelinka or Magic Johnson higher Eric's bowl. Sure was a Pat Riley higher. So there's a difference there when you have your own guys there and having been in the front office that inherited. Every johnson. Billy king. That was not a Billy king higher. That was before Billy king got here that you you tend to want to align yourself with your own guys. And when you talk about the last the last spot for the playoffs the Lakers on the outside looking in with we'll guess who has that slot right now that other team in Los Angeles. So that even makes it with everything going on here. And I think everybody simply getting tight Lakers with a win over the sons on Sunday one sixteen zero two they are ninth in the west two games behind the clippers who beat the kings one twenty two to one zero eight Sacramento trailed the entire game..

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Crimes. Texted inside and slams it down as Thomas Wyatt. Got that inside pocket pass into the late into the post and. Papa's. Call time out here. I did not even touch the ball on offense and sixteen seconds into the game. Gregg Popovich calls a time out eleven forty four to go. First quarter, your score Washington zoo. San Antonio nothing. W O A. And that's why Gregg Popovich has been as successful as he has been Spurs able to use that time out to stop the bleeding. They're able to rally out of that deficit. They would lead by ten at the end of the first quarter. They go on to beat the wizards by thirteen Spurs with a one thirty two one nineteen win over Washington. Witches have lost nineteen straight games in San Antonio dating back to nineteen ninety nine. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones. Best networks, no contracts. Lakers currently holding the ninth spot in the Western Conference Britain, of course, by injuries to LeBron James Lonzo ball Kyle. Kuzma miss Sunday's game against Phoenix. Because of a sore hip, regardless of team health being out of playoff position is certainly fan the flames in LA, there's been talk about the future of coach Luke Walton since the Lakers landed LeBron but the seat may be getting a little warmer with the struggles they've seen this season on the Brian. Horse to the collective podcast. Our Jackie MacMullan tension in that building lot attention in that building. And I think it's you know, people are wondering about Luke Walton, even though Jeannie came out. Very strongly. Instead. I want to be here where I back him one hundred percent. But then also the point that has to be made that is that she hired Irvin. Magic Johnson to make these decisions and. Feels.

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Unluckiest Bradley Beal guarded by white ended up. Hey, Brian inside and slams it down as Thomas Wyatt. Got that inside pocket pass into the late into the post and. Papa's. Call time out here. I don't not even touch the ball on offense and sixteen seconds into the game. Gregg Popovich calls a time out eleven forty four to go. First quarter, your score Washington to San Antonio nothing. W ole. I and that's why Gregg Popovich has been as successful as he has been Spurs able to use that time out to stop the bleeding. They're able to rally out of that deficit. They would lead by ten at the end of the first quarter. They go on to beat the wizards by thirteenth Spurs with a one thirty two one nineteen win over Washington. Wizards have lost nineteen straight games in San Antonio dating back to nineteen ninety nine. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones. Best networks, no contracts. Lakers currently holding the ninth spot in the Western Conference written, of course, by injuries to LeBron James Lonzo ball Kyle coups Mohammed Sunday's game against Phoenix. Because of a sore hip, regardless of the team health being out of a playoff position is certainly banned some of the flames in LA. There's been talk about the future of coach Luke Walton since the Lakers landed LeBron but the seat may be getting a little warmer with the struggles they've seen this season. On the Brian Windhorst to the collective podcast. Our Jackie MacMullan. There's a lot of tension in that building lot attention in that building. And I think it's you know, people are wondering about Luke Walton, even though Jeannie came out. Very strongly and said. I want to be here where I back him one hundred percent. But then also mid point that has to be made in that is that she hired Irvin. Magic Johnson to make these decisions and urban feels differently. She gave him the power to make those kind of decisions. It's clear to me. And probably to you Brian that LeBron's camp would prefer a coaching change. They're not so subtle about that. So I don't think that's fair. Lebron publicly has of course, the run publicly hasn't talked in a month. All the people around plenty of them. And they've made it known. I don't think this is a shock is it for me to say this. That's that's a fair thing to say. So with the Lakers sitting ninth in the Western Conference. What should we expect regarding Luke Walton and his future earlier on ESPN radio are Bobby marks Jordan Schultz on the NBA insiders? Well, I mean, I expect wanna make it through this year. I mean, I think it would be based on how this process was decimated with injuries. Is it something they'd look at in the off season. Hey, this team has a chance to not making the playoffs. One of those teams making it it's either the Lakers or the clippers or the Spurs or jazz. But this is the reality of the situation. We're in mine Hugo out and sign a LeBron James everything comes with it. And you better be prepared for it. Lebron has this history with these young coaches of testing them right away. I mean, Luke Walton thirty eight years old LeBron's thirty four. These guys were in the league at the same time. I mean, literally came into this leak at the same time, so LeBron's immediately. There's rumors about him ignoring play calls from the satellites of Luke Walton stuff that he did like you like you said Bobby and Miami with their expulsion, except the difference was Spoelstra had the backing of a guy who who firmly believed in his abilities. And that was Pat Riley will magic doesn't have that same belief here. In Luke, Walton magic has its own questions. Magic one of the greatest salt time. Lebron one of the greatest all time these two questioning the guy that's in place. And everybody knows it's the whole thing with any workplace when a new regime comes in is that the regime that sets you in that position. Luke Walton was not anointed by magic war by LeBron. It's problematic. I give this guy a year at best. Join going back one point is that we we forget that. This was a Mitch Cup. Check higher. Ed. Where's Mitch exactly? This is not a rob Pelinka or Magic Johnson higher Eric's. Pulse. Shooter was a Pat Riley higher show. There is a difference there when you have your own guys there, and you know, having been in the front office that inherited. Every johnson. Billy king. That was not a Billy king higher. That was before Billy king got here that you you tend to want to align yourself with your own guys. And when you talk about the last the last spot for the playoffs that the Lakers on the outside looking in with we'll guess who has that slot right now that other team in Los Angeles. So that even makes it with everything going on here. And I think everybody simply getting tight Lakers with a win over the sons on Sunday one sixteen one zero two day are ninth in the west two games behind the clippers who beat the kings one twenty two to one oh, wait Sacramento trailed the entire game..

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"You're with us tonight on the San Antonio, Spurs radio network on the left. Wiest, Bradley Beal guarded by white ended up. Hey, Brian Texan inside and slams it down as Thomas Wyatt. Got that inside pocket pass into the into the post and. Call time out here. I don't even touch the ball on offense and sixteen seconds of the game. Gregg Popovich calls eight time out eleven forty four to go. First quarter, your score Washington to San Antonio nothing. W ole. I and that's why Gregg Popovich has been as successful as he has been Spurs able to use that time out to stop the bleeding. They're able to rally out of that deficit. They would lead by ten at the end of the first quarter. They go on to beat the wizards by thirteenth Spurs with a one thirty two one nineteen win over Washington. Wizards have lost nineteen straight games in San Antonio dating back to nineteen ninety nine. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts. Lakers currently holding the ninth spot in the Western Conference bitten, of course, by injuries to LeBron James Lonzo ball Kyle. Kuzma is Sunday's game against Phoenix. Because of a sore hip, regardless of the team health being out of a playoff position is certainly fanned some of the flames in LA. There's been talk about the future of coach Luke Walton since the Lakers landed LeBron but the seat may be getting a little warmer with the struggles they've seen this season on the Brian. Windhorst the collective podcast. Our Jackie MacMullan is a lot of tension in that building lot attention in that building. And I think it's you know, people are wondering about Luke Walton, even though Jeannie came out. Very strongly. Instead. I want to be here where I back him one hundred percent. But then also made the point that has to be made in that is that she hired Irvin. Magic Johnson to make these decisions and. Feels differently. She gave him the power to make those kinds of decisions. It's clear to me. And probably to you Brian that LeBron's camp would prefer a coaching change. They're not so subtle about that. So I don't think that's fair. Lebron publicly has of course, run publicly hasn't talked in a month. All the people around plenty of them. And they've made it known. I don't think this is a shock to say this. That's that's a fair thing to say. So with the Lakers sitting ninth in the Western Conference. What should we expect regarding Luke Walton and his future earlier on ESPN radio are Bobby marks Jordan Schultz on the NBA insiders? Well, I mean, I expect long make it through this year. I mean, I think it would be based on how this roster was decimated with injuries. Is it something they look at in the off season. Hey, this team has a chance to not making the playoffs. One of those teams isn't making it. It's either the Lakers and the clippers or the Spurs or the jazz. But this is the reality of the situation, we're in when you go out and sign a LeBron James everything comes with it. And you better be prepared for it. Lebron has this history with these young coaches of testing them right away. I mean, Luke Walton thirty eight years old LeBron's thirty four. These guys were in the league at the same time. I mean, literally came into this leak at the same time, so LeBron's immediately. There's rumors about him ignoring play calls from satellites of Luke Walton stuff that he did like like you said Bobby and Miami with their expulsion, except the difference was sponsor had the backing of a guy who who firmly believed in his abilities. And that was Pat Riley will magic doesn't have that same belief here in Luke Walton magic has its own questions. Magic one of the greatest salt time. Lebron one of the greatest all time these two questioning the guy that's in place and. Everybody knows. It's the whole thing with any workplace what a new regime comes in is that the regime that sets you in that position. Luke Walton was not anointed by magic war by LeBron. It's problematic. I give this guy a year at best Jordan going back to the one point is that we we forget that. This was a Mitch Cup. Check higher at. Where's Mitch exactly this is this was not a rob Pelinka or Magic Johnson higher Eric's exposure was a Pat Riley higher show? There's a difference when you have your own guys there, and you know, having been in the front office that inherited. Every johnson. Billy king. That was not a Billy king higher that was before Billy king. God here that you tend to want to align yourself with your own guys. And when you talk about the last the last spot for the playoffs that the Lakers on the outside looking in with we'll guess who has that slot right now that other team in Los Angeles. So that even makes it with everything going on here. And I think everybody simply getting tight Lakers with a win over the sons on Sunday, one sixteen one zero two they are ninth in the west two games behind the clippers who beat the kings one twenty two to one zero eight Sacramento trail the entire game the clippers of one eight straight against the kings, straight talk wireless, nationwide coverage on America's largest and most dependable four G L T E networks Sunday giving us the penultimate game on the NFL calendar this season that's next. Sportscenter allnight continues. It's ESPN radio. It's really going to be about football intellects. I'm going to be about the ultimate chess match patriots as a whole. They just do what it takes to win. The Rams have been successful in this postseason generally by running the ball down people's throats more. Sportscenter allnight.

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Bradley Beal guarded by white ended up. Hey, Brian Dixon inside and slams down as Thomas Wyatt. Got that inside pocket pass into the light into the post and. Papas all time out here. I did not even touch the ball on offense yet and sixteen seconds of the game. Gregg Popovich calls a time out eleven forty four to go. First quarter, your score Washington to San Antonio nothing. Wwl AI. And that's why Gregg Popovich has been as successful as he has been Spurs able to use that time out to stop the bleeding. They're able to rally out of that deficit. They would lead by ten at the end of the first quarter. They go on to beat the wizards by thirteenth Spurs with a one thirty two one nineteen win over Washington. Wizards have lost nineteen straight games in San Antonio dating back to nineteen ninety nine. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts. Lakers currently holding the ninth spot in the Western Conference bitten, of course, by injuries to LeBron James Lonzo ball Kyle. Kuzma moma's Sunday's game against Phoenix. Because of a store hip, regardless of the team health being out of a playoff position is certainly fan the flames in LA, there's been talk about the future of coach Luke Walton since the Lakers landed LeBron but the seat may be getting a little warmer with the struggles they've seen this season on the Brian. Windhorst in the collective podcast. Our Jackie MacMullan a lot of tension in that building. Lot attention in that building. And I think it's, you know, people are wondering about Luke Walton, even though Jeannie came out, very strongly and said. I want to be here where I back him one hundred percent. But then also mid point that has to be made in that is that she hired Irvin. Magic Johnson to make these decisions, and you know forever. Feels differently. She gave him the power to make those kind of decisions. It's clear to me. And probably to you Brian that lebrons camp would prefer a coaching change. They're not so subtle about that. So I don't think that's fair. Lebron publicly has of course, the run public hasn't talked in a month. All the people around plenty of them. And they've made it known. I don't think this is a shock is it. Say this. That's that's a fair thing to say. So with the Lakers sitting ninth in the Western Conference. What should we expect regarding Luke Walton and his future earlier on ESPN radio are Bobby marks Jordan Schultz on the NBA insiders? Well, I mean, I expect long make it through this year. I mean, I think it would be based on how this roster was decimated with injuries. Is it something they look at it in the off season. Hey, this team has a chance to not making the playoffs. One of those teams isn't making it. It's either the Lakers and the clippers or the Spurs or the jazz. But this is the reality of the situation, we're in when you go out and sign LeBron James everything comes with it. And you better be prepared for it. Lebron has this history with these young coaches of testing them right away. I mean, look wants thirty eight years old LeBron's thirty four. These guys were in the league at the same time. I mean, literally came into this league at the same time, so LeBron's immediately. There's rumors about him ignoring play calls from the satellites of Luke Walton stuff that he did like you like you said Bobby in Miami with their expulsion, except the difference was Spoelstra had the backing of a guy who who firmly believed in his abilities. And that was Pat Riley will magic doesn't have that same belief here. In Luke, Walton magic has his own questions. Magic one of the greatest salt time. Lebron one of the greatest all time these two questioning the guy that's in place and. Everybody knows this. It's the whole thing with any workplace when a new regime comes in is that the regime that sets you in that position. Luke Walton was not anointed by magic war by LeBron. It's problematic. I give this guy a year at best Jordan going back to that one point is that we forget that. This was a Mitch Cup. Check higher. And where's Mitch exactly this? This was not a rob Pelinka or Magic Johnson higher precise, Eric's pulse. Shooter was a Pat Riley higher show. There's a difference there when you have your own guys there, and you know, having been in the front office that inherited. Every johnson. Billy king. That was not a Billy king higher. That was before Billy king got here that you tend to want to align yourself with your own guys. And when you talk about the last the last spot for the playoffs that the Lakers on the outside looking in with we'll guess who has that slot right now that other team in Los Angeles. So that even makes it with everything going on here. And I think everybody simply getting tight Lakers with a win over the sons on Sunday, one sixteen one zero two day are ninth in the west two games behind the clippers beat the kings one twenty two to one zero eight Sacramento trail the entire game the clippers have one eight straight against the kings, straight talk wireless, nationwide coverage on America's largest and most dependable four G L T networks Sunday giving us the penultimate game on the NFL calendar this season that's next. Sportscenter allnight continues. It's ESPN radio. It's really going to be about full intellects to be about the ultimate chestnut. Leland patriots as a whole. They just do what it takes to win. The Rams have been successful in this postseason generally by running the ball down people throw more. Sportscenter.

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"With us tonight on the San Antonio, Spurs radio network on the ways, Bradley Beal guarded by white ended up. Hey, Brian exit inside and slams it down as Thomas Wyatt. Got that inside pocket pass into the right into the post and. Out here. The spurs. Fence yet and sixteen seconds of the game. Gregg Popovich calls a time out eleven forty four to go. First quarter, your score Washington to San Antonio nothing. W ole. I and that's why Gregg Popovich has been as simple as he has been Spurs able to use that time out to stop the bleeding. They're able to rally out of that deficit. They would lead by ten at the end of the first quarter. Go to beat the wizards by thirteenth Spurs with a one thirty two one nineteen win over Washington, which have lost nineteen straight games in San Antonio dating back to nineteen ninety nine. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts. Lakers currently holding the ninth spot in the Western Conference bitten, of course, by injuries to lebrons. James Lonzo ball Kyle. Kuzma, whom is Sunday's game against Phoenix. Because of a sore hip, regardless of the team health being out of a playoff position is certainly banned some of the flames in LA there's been talk about the future of coach Luke Walton since the Lakers landed LeBron but the seat may be kidding a little warmer with the struggles they've seen this season. On the Brian Windhorst to the collective podcast. Our Jackie MacMullan is a lot of tension in their building lot attention in that building. And I think it's you know, people are wondering about Luke Walton, even though Jeannie came out. Very strongly and said. I want to be here where you know. I back him one hundred percent. But then also made the point that has to be made that is that she hired Irvin. Magic Johnson to make these decisions, and you know. Ervin. Feels differently. She gave him the power to make those kind of decisions. It's clear to me. And probably to you Brian that LeBron's camp would prefer a coaching change. They're not so subtle about that. So I don't think that's fair. Lebron publicly has of course, the run publicly hasn't talked in a month. All the people around plenty of them. And they've made it known. I don't think this is a shock is it. That's that's a fair thing to say. So with the Lakers sitting ninth in the Western Conference. What should we expect regarding Luke Walton and his future earlier on ESPN radio are Bobby marks Jordan Schultz on the NBA insiders? Well, I mean, I wanna make it through this year. I mean, I think it would be based on how this roster was decimated with injuries. Is it something they look at in the off season. Hey, this team has a chance and not making the playoffs. One of those teams is making it. It's either the Lakers or the clippers or the Spurs or the jazz. But this is the reality of the situation, we're in when you go out and sign a LeBron James everything comes with it. And you better be prepared for it. Lebron has this history with these young coaches of testing them right away. Luke Walton is thirty eight years old LeBron's thirty four. These guys were in the league at the same time. I mean, literally came into this leak at the same time Sula bronze immediately. There's rumors about him ignoring play calls from the satellites of Luke Walton stuff that he did like you like you said Bobby in Miami with their expulsion, except the difference was Spoelstra had the backing of a guy who who firmly believed in his abilities. And that was Pat Riley will magic doesn't have that same belief here. In Luke, Walton magic has its own questions. Magic one of the greatest all time. Lebron what are the greatest all time? These two question in the guy that's in place. And everybody knows it's the whole thing with any workplace what a new regime comes in is that the regime that sets you in that position. Luke, Walton was not anointed by magic war by LeBron it's problematic. I give this guy year at best Jordan going back to that one point is that we we forget that. This was a Mitch Cup. Check higher at. Where's Mitch exactly? This is not a rob Pelinka or Magic Johnson higher precise, Eric's pulse. Shooter was a Pat Riley higher show. There's a difference there when you have your own guys there and having been in the front office that inherited. Every johnson. Billy king. That was not a Billy king higher. That was before Billy king got here that you you tend to want to align yourself with your own guys. And when you talk about the last the last spot for the playoffs the Lakers on the outside looking in with we'll guess who has that slot right now that other team in Los Angeles. So that even makes it with everything going on here. And I think everybody simply getting tight Lakers with a win over the sons on Sunday, one sixteen one zero two they are ninth in the west two games behind the clippers who beat the kings one twenty two to one eight Sacramento trail the entire game the clippers have one.

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Radio network. Unluckiest Bradley Beal guarded by white ended up. Hey, Brian Sexton inside and slams it down as Thomas Wyatt. Got that inside pocket pass into the into the post and. Golf out here. I did not even touch the ball on offense yet and sixteen seconds into the game. Gregg Popovich calls a time out eleven forty four to go. First quarter, your score Washington. Sue, San Antonio nothing. W ole. I and that's why Gregg Popovich has been as successful as he has been Spurs able to use that time out to stop the bleeding. They're able to rally out of that deficit. They would lead by ten at the end of the first quarter. They go on to beat the wizards by thirteenth, Spurs one. Thirty one nineteen win over Washington widgets have lost nineteen straight games in San Antonio dating back to nineteen ninety nine. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts. Lakers currently holding the ninth spot in the Western Conference bitten, of course, by injuries to LeBron James Lonzo ball Kyle. Kuzma hummus Sunday's game against Phoenix. Because of a store hip, regardless of the team health being out of a playoff position is certainly some of the flames in LA. There's been talk about the future of coach Luke Walton since the Lakers landed LeBron but the seat may be getting a little warmer with the struggles they've seen this season on the Brian. Windhorst to the hoop collective podcast. Our Jackie MacMullan is a lot of tension in that building lot attention in that building. And I think it's people are wondering about Luke Walton, even though Jeannie came out. Very strongly. Instead. I want to be here where I back him one hundred percent. But then also mid point that has to be made in that is that she hired Irvin. Magic Johnson to make these decisions and urban feels differently. She gave him the power to make those kinds of decisions. It's clear to me. And probably to you Brian that LeBron's camp would prefer a coaching change. They're not so subtle about that. So I don't think that's fair. Lebron publicly has of course, the run public hasn't talked in a month. All the people around plenty of them. And they've made it known. I don't think this is a shock is it. To say this. It's a fair thing to say. So with the Lakers sitting ninth in the Western Conference. What should we expect regarding Luke Walton and his future earlier on ESPN radio are Bobby marks Jordan Schultz on the NBA insiders? Well, I mean, I expect wanna make it through this year. I mean, I think it would be based on how this roster was decimated with injuries. Is it something they look at in the off season. Hey, this team has a chance to not making the playoffs. One of those teams isn't making it. It's either the Lakers and the clippers or the Spurs or the jazz. But this is the reality of the situation, we're in when you go out and sign a LeBron James everything comes with it. And you better be prepared for it. Lebron has this history with these young coaches of testing them right away. I mean, Luke Walton thirty eight years old LeBron's thirty four. These guys were in the league at the same time. I mean, literally came into this league at the same time, so LeBron's immediately. There's rumors about him ignoring play calls from satellites of Luke Walton stuff that he did like you like you said Bobby and Miami with their expulsion, except the difference was Spoelstra had the backing of a guy who who firmly believed in his abilities. And that was Pat Riley will magic doesn't have that same belief here. In Luke, Walton magic has his own questions. Magic one of the greatest salt time. Lebron one of the greatest all time these two questioning the guy that's in place and. Everybody knows this. It's the whole thing with any workplace what a new regime comes in is that the regime that sets you in that position. Luke Walton was not anointed by magic war by LeBron. It's problematic. I give this guy a year at best Jordan going back to the one point is that we we forget that. This was a Mitch Cup check higher. And where's Mitch exactly? This is not a rob Pelinka or Magic Johnson higher Eric's bolster was a Pat Riley higher show. There's a difference there when you have your own guys there, and you know, having been in the front office that inherited. You know, every Johnson. Billy king. That was not a Billy king higher. That was before Billy king got here that you you tend to want to align yourself with your own guys. And when you talk about the last the last spot for the playoffs that the Lakers on the outside looking in with we'll guess who has that slot right now that other team in Los Angeles. So that even makes it with everything going on here. And I think everybody simply getting tight Lakers with a win over the sons on Sunday one sixteen one zero two they are ninth in the west two games behind the clippers who beat the kings one twenty two to one zero eight Sacramento trailed the entire game. The clippers have one eight straight against the kings, straight talk wireless, nationwide coverage on America's largest and most dependable four G L T E networks Sunday giving us the penultimate game on the NFL calendar this season that's next. Sportscenter allnight continues. It's ESPN radio. It's really going to be about football intellects is going to be about the ultimate chestnut. Leland patriots as a whole. They just do what it takes to win. The Rams have been successful in this postseason generally by running the ball down people's throats more. Sportscenter allnight next. It's time for some straight talk. I'm ready for it. You want the best coverage, right? Of course. Don't want the QB throwing.

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"With us tonight on the San Antonio, Spurs radio network on the left. Wiest, Bradley Beal guarded by white ended up. Hey, Brian Dixon inside. And slams it down as Thomas Wyatt. Got that inside pocket pass into the light into the post and. Papa's. Call time out here. The Spurs not even touch the ball on offense yet and sixteen seconds into the game. Gregg Popovich calls a time out eleven forty four to go. First quarter, your score Washington to San Antonio nothing. W olay. I and that's why Gregg Popovich has been as successful as he has been Spurs able to use that time out to stop the bleeding. They're able to rally out of that deficit. They would lead by ten at the end of the first quarter to beat the wizards by thirteenth Spurs with a one thirty two one nineteen win over Washington. Wizards have lost nineteen th straight games in San Antonio dating back to nineteen ninety nine. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones, best networks, no contracts. Lakers currently holding the ninth spot in the Western Conference bitten, of course, by injuries to LeBron James Lonzo ball Kyle. Kuzma hummus Sunday's game against Phoenix. Because of a store hip, regardless of the team health being out of a playoff position is certainly fanned some of the flames in L A. There's been talk about the future of coach Luke Walton since the Lakers landed LeBron but the seat may be getting a little warmer with the struggles they've seen this season on the Brian. Horse to the hoop collective podcast. Our Jackie MacMullan is a lot of tension in that building lot attention in that building. And I think it's people are wondering about Luke Walton, even though Jeannie came out. Very strongly. Instead. I want to be here where you know. I back him one hundred percent. But then also mid point that has to be made in that is that she hired Irvin. Magic Johnson to make these decisions and. Feels differently. She gave him the power to make those kinds of decisions. It's clear to me. And probably to you Brian that LeBron's camp would prefer a coaching change. They're not so subtle about that. So I don't think that's fair. Lebron publicly has of course, the run publicly hasn't talked in a month. All the people around plenty of them. And they've made it known. I don't think this is a shock is it. To say this. It's a fair thing to say so with the Lakers sitting ninth in the Western Conference. What should we expect regarding Luke Walton and his future earlier on ESPN radio are Bobby marks Jordan Schultz on the NBA insiders? Well, I mean, I expect wanna make it through this year. I mean, I think it would be based on how this roster was decimated with injuries. Is it something they look at in the off season. Hey, this team has chance and not making the playoffs. One of those teams isn't making it. It's either the Lakers and the clippers or the Spurs or the jazz. But this is the reality of the situation, we're in when you go out and sign a LeBron James everything comes with it. And you better be prepared for it. Lebron has this history with these young coaches of testing them right away. I mean, Luke Walton is thirty eight years old LeBron's thirty four. These guys were in the league at the same time. I mean, literally came into this league at the same time, so LeBron's immediately. There's rumors about him ignoring play calls from the satellites of Luke Walton stuff that he did like you like you said Bobby and Miami with their expulsion, except the difference was Spoelstra had the backing of a guy who who firmly believed in his abilities. And that was Pat Riley will magic doesn't have that same belief here. In Luke, Walton magic has his own questions. Maj? One of the greatest salt time, LeBron one of the greatest all time these questioning the guy that's in place and everybody knows it's the whole thing with any workplace when a new regime comes in is that the regime that sets you in that position. Luke Walton was not anointed by magic war by LeBron. It's problematic. I give this guy a year at best. Join going back at one point is that we we forget that. This was a Mitch Cup. Check higher. Where's Mitch exactly this is this was not a rob Pelinka or Magic Johnson higher Eric's? Pulse. Shooter was a Pat Riley higher show. There's a difference there when you have your own guys there and having been in the front office that inherited. Avery Johnson, Billy king that was not a Billy king higher. That was before Billy king got here that you tend to want to align yourself with your own guys. And when you talk about the last the last spot for the playoffs that the Lakers on the outside looking in with we'll guess who has that slot right now that other team in Los Angeles. So that even makes it with everything going on here. And I think everybody simply getting tight Lakers with a win over the sons on Sunday one sixteen zero two they are ninth in the west two games behind the clippers who beat the kings one twenty two to one zero eight Sacramento trailed the entire game. The clippers have one eight straight against the kings, straight talk wireless, nationwide coverage on America's largest and most dependable four G L T networks Sunday giving us the penultimate game on the NFL calendar this season that's next. Sportscenter allnight continues. It's ESPN radio. It's going to be about football intellects is going to be about the ultimate chestnut. Leland patriots says a whole they just do what it takes to win. The Rams have been successful in this season. Generally by running the ball down people. More. Sportscenter allnight.

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Just before being taken herself. She was beheaded the same day. Oh, and you guessed it? Lady. Jane grey was a Protestant something that clearly worked against her. The leader of the rebellion. Thomas Wyatt was also being held in the tower and on March fourteenth. He was put on trial. The prosecutors tried their best to implicate Elizabeth. In the plot, the even rack Thomas torturing him in an attempt to bring Elizabeth name into it according to the records of the trial, Sir. John born said he had quote labored to makes her Thomas White confess concerning the lady Elizabeth. But unsuccessfully, though torture had been applied and quote. Despite lacking proof as it turns out when the Queen and the Catholic church are coming after you proof isn't always needed on March eighteenth fifteen, fifty four. Mary used this as an excuse to arrest her Protestant half sister, Elizabeth on the charges of being involved in Wyatt's rebellion. For a couple of months. Elizabeth was in the tower of London, then on may twenty second. She was placed under the watch of, Sir, Henry bedding field. He was the Lieutenant of the tower of London at the time, the captain of the guard. So for the next year or so, Elizabeth wasn't a hospice where, sir, betting field at the Royal palace of Hatfield. In the meantime, Mary dealt with her pregnancy. Well, what she thought was her pregnancy. At least it was almost exactly a year later in April fifteen fifty five when Elizabeth pops back into the picture after apparently restoring favor, Elizabeth was invited back to Mary's court to help tend to what must be the late stages of her half sister's pregnancy. In July fifteen, fifty five, Mary stomach, stop swelling. She wasn't pregnant. Moreover, Mary turn this into an opportunity to punish the heretic. Protestants even more by convincing herself that her inability to have a child was punishment from God for allowing prod. Autists in her kingdom, things must have gotten tents again for Lisbeth while the movie makes it seem like things were happening quickly. Here. It wasn't until years later that Mary fell ill. Mary's husband, the Prince, Philip of Spain, visited Marion fifteen, fifty seven. This led Mary to believe she was pregnant yet again, and she decreed that after her baby was born. The following year, Phillip would be made region until the child grew to be on the other hand, if the child didn't survive, Elizabeth would take over and may fifteen fifty eight, Mary fell ill and on November seventeenth fifteen fifty eight, Mary passed away as it turned out, she wasn't pregnant after all, which meant Elizabeth officially began her rain that same day going back to the movie. We see this happen when Kate Blanchett version of Elizabeth receives. Notice that the Earl of Sussex has arrived. She goes out to meet him in a beautiful green meadow underneath a massive tree. It's here that Sussex. Gives Elizabeth the ring that was on Mary's finger and indication that Mary has passed. After handing her the ring Sussex and all those witnessing defend bow and exclaim long live the Queen. Elizabeth then said, this is the Lord's doing. It is marvelous in our eyes. That's a quote from the bible. Psalm one hundred eighteen verse twenty three to be more precise, and it is a common belief that these were the very first words Elizabeth uttered upon hearing of Mary's death. The first words of Elizabeth's reign as for whether this scene is true. Well, that's a little hard to prove. Remember this was happening in November fifteen fifty eight. And while I couldn't find the weather records for fifteen fifty eight in the town of Hatfield in Hertfordshire England where the palace of Hatfield was located, I highly doubt that it was that beautiful scene. We saw the film. However, just like psalm one hundred eighteen twenty three is commonly thought to have been Elizabeth's first words as Queen. So too is the belief that she uttered them underneath the massive oak now known as the Queen. Elizabeth oak. I say, now known as because that tree is still there. Some legends suggest the tree was already about four hundred years old. When king Henry the eighth danced around it with Angolan if he visit the grounds of Greenwich park today, you'll find this plaque alongside the remains of the oak lying on the ground. This ancient tree known as Queen. Elizabeth oak is thought to have implanted in the twelfth century, and it has been hollow for many hundreds of years. It has traditions linking it with Queen Elizabeth, the first king Henry the eighth in his Queen and bolan. It may also have been a walkup for fenders against park rolls. It died in the late nineteenth century and a strong growth of Ivy supported it until it collapsed in June of nineteen ninety. One. The English oak alongside was planted by his Royal highness, the Prince, Philip Duke of Edinburgh, cagey, KT, baron, Greenwich on third December nineteen ninety two. The tree was donated by the Greenwich historical society to Mark the forty years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth the second. So even though the tree isn't alive anymore, it's still resting on its side near the place where it once stood. No, when I probably should point out that Queen Elizabeth oak. Is some twenty one miles or about thirty four kilometers to the south of Hatfield house. Their current house that stands on the grounds with Royal palace of Hatfield was during Elizabeth's time. If the events we see in the movie where true that means would have found out about the Earl of Sussex from inside the Royal palace of Hatfield, and then travel the twenty miles or so from the north side of London to the southeast side to meet the Earl while it's possible. She made that trip the distance, coupled with timing being in November, probably very cold and not necessarily that you know the summer day that looks like in the movie, kind of makes me think that the scene that we saw in the film probably didn't exactly happen that way speaking of which going back to the movie. The next major plot point happens when we see Elizabeth dancing with Joseph finds character Robert Dudley after the to dance together in the center of a crowd in the ballroom, we see Robert and Elizabeth sleep together. As we've seen happen multiple times throughout the film. So far those two scenes are fictional, but they're depicting something that was very real by that. What I mean is that it is true Queen. Elizabeth had a romantic interest in a man named Robert Dudley. We've already talked about him a little bit, but this whole romance between Robert and Elizabeth did happen. Or did it truth is we really don't know for sure the extent of their relationship. One thing we do know is that Elizabeth and Robert were good friends. It's been said that Robert claimed quote, he knew her better than anyone else from when she was eight years old and quote. We also know that eight years before Lisbeth became Queen when Robert was just eighteen years old in the year, fifteen fifty. Something happened that the movie doesn't really mention. He married the daughter of Norfolk. Gentleman named Amy Rob's art. Despite this, there were still plenty of rumors of a relationship between Elizabeth and Robert who became her master of the horse upon her ascension to the throne. That's mostly ceremonial position today, but during Robert's day was an important position, even though the movie doesn't really mention dates by the time fifteen fifty nine rolled around. It was clear to almost anyone in the court that Elizabeth and Robert were in love during all of this ROY. Robert was still married to Amy, although she didn't follow him to court. Oh, and not to get too far ahead of our story. But Amy Dudley died in fifteen sixty when she fell down some stairs and broke her neck at the time, there weren't any charges pressed, but many historians consider her death to be well suspicious back in the movie despite what we see the relationship with Robert and Elizabeth, it's clear that most of the people in her court expect her

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"thomas wyatt" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

KALW 91.7 FM

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"thomas wyatt" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

"It's only cup of tea warning she wants to law i didn't share were at least one control to listen to you she's gonna make a newsrooms of you i'm sure you know what you're doing she sales back to new york at the end of the month one can be so much we'll friendly to people who can't stay long now what about the boy what what is your right in his book to work the magic never ends you don't think silver staging things a little bit of your child lost money back later you know what she said about darkness how it isn't true is his way of saying i want you to be drew don't you think that was perceptive i husband thinks of her running around england large in the middle ages warning shoes american of coal and the ta show make you listen to one of a poems officer tension which the spokesman central say do you how do you mr lewis and you stumped i should say only you could have written that are distinct voice they are which is this very long rick not at all strata you're welcome i'll take off your calculus hello oh look at that book case wow i've never seen swimming missus gresham if you'll excuse me i'm gradually jack to entertain you all good good to see you again major lewis do you mind this looks at your books that's what books of all the judge is particularly hoping you'll introducing perjury i you will be interested to know what to write road all in the past let me take your coat thank you how long have you and your brother lived here would you believe river twenty years good it's no wonder it so comfortable my friends call it the mitten they say if i move the book cases the wolves will fall down the makers of of see if i can summon up some why did he got there the lion the witch and the wardrobe the best be careful with that it's probably mr lewis's fast copy as you see all philip sidney set thomas wyatt.

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