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"virgin queens" Discussed on Parcast Presents
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"virgin queens" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Sure there were murder Hornets. Yeah. Oh, my gosh. You know that they got rid of that nest. Right? Thank you. I just saw the headline from Kathy words. Er, and it scared. She's like how very 20 twenties, is telling how many queens were in that nest? At least 200. My goodness. And they say they got there in the nick of time and that there was probably used a Lex The new murder Hornet. For the queen. Oh, stop there before. Can you imagine the showdown for the top queen? They're counting ballots in Arizona for for the top queen. They're still coming Ballots that Arizona hasn't been called for the queen yet? Yes, Yeah. Ah! Yeah, They said that the other That's in one single nest, nearly 200 queens, which at first you know, they thought they tried to do. They caught one member and they put the little microchip on it, Jack. It wasn't a queen. But then you know, let it to the queen. And they thought there was they meaning scientists thought that there was just too But no, there's 200 0. My goodness. Because correct me if I'm wrong. I mean, I don't know a lot about nature, but I do know the queen is what you need. I mean, if they don't have the Yeah, exactly. If you don't have the queen, you ain't getting no more murder hornets, So I want more pictures. I've been trying to find them and Of murder hornets. Well, the nest. I want to see this big nest. Oh, it looks like it's coming from inside of a tree. Yeah, There's one peeking out. They got a good shot of him like a coveted our house. Yeah, he's like on guard is like one of those No solicitation stories out signs out. No selling here known to go to the next house. No selling. We know you're in there and all of your thousands of friends. That's why it's Alexis and Halloween. Four years ago, kid I'm out here. I'm not here to go to the next town. Yeah, keep moving lights off. We're not playing this year. Yeah, that was always saying. Look, I'm sorry. Oh, I was just they vacuumed out the Hornets. That's how they got rid of most of them. They put him in his little tubes, probably to test you know, see what's going on there. But the reason why they got there in the nick of time. It's because they were testing some of the Queens and they found out that a lot of them were Virgin queens. I don't know how they know that but their Virgin queens based on their size and also There is that there were all of these cells of new ones. New Hornets ready too. Spring to life. Yeah. Hatch or Hatcher? Yeah, whatever they do, Capt. Cells with Hoop. I Is that how you say? I'm sorry? What? Pupi. U P E Cuba. I guess it's not P I G man. I want a piece of pie right now. Oh, my God, Anyway. Yes, disqualify a 6 a.m. food talk. I'm just kind of wondering what I just talked about. Hi. So there you go. He's a great guy, you pie. We just mean like cherry pie. I'll see one silk banana cream. Coconut cream. Uh, mixed berry. Dutch apple. Another pies bubble We got does look delicious Chocolate. Oh, by the way, Virgin queen is what I was until 97 here. Yeah, Yeah, I was one for a long time, too. Yeah, Yeah. Minneapolis and various 900. Gay numbers changed me. But I was a virgin queen for a while. Yes, but all kidding aside That's frightening because you know if if there is that one nest With 200, Queens. Don't tell me there is not another housing development with another 200, queens. That's what they're afraid of is the one that got away? They're gonna make their own. Yes, they got away. Yeah, they just waiting there like I'll be the Queen. Whatever. Yes. Mm, another condo unit full of Queens. Yes, It's like West. It's we hole up in there. It is a cop's Just an entire community of Queens. That's right there at the bar there at the abbey there at the there at the murder Hornet, Abby right now celebrating how stupid we are, Yep. Like, Oh, we got rid of the dumb ones. Smartest ones are the ones that are gone. Okay. Oh, my gosh. I have the numbers. Okay, Here's what it was in the nest 776 cells inside. Six Combs. Now That's the structure that holds the larva as they develop. There was six unhatched eggs on 190. Total larva. Ah 112 Workers nine drones, which That's the one that's hanging out of the door going. You're not coming here. That's why right? It was like you could take my picture, but not my queen. Dawn. It's like the guy at the zoo like the guy it at the door it Emerald City. Who? Oh, right, Matt Bow. Yeah, He's that guy. Oh, boy. Yeah. There you go. That's the that's the count there and then. Yeah, we talked about the Queen's so Yes, that's C That's just frightening. That's yet another thing that we didn't need in 2020. I didn't need to know that there's Different condo units full of murderous queen murder hornets that zits? No, I because again, you know, next summer. They're gonna be like surprised you thought you got you thought you got rid of all of us on dear going to start traveling. They're gonna They're gonna get out of Washington. They're going to start They're gonna go. They're going to go east. And they're gonna come over here until they discover how cold it is. And they're gonna go right back to the West Coast. Yes, pretty much help. Are they just in Washington in a way? Just in the city, right? Yeah. Okay. Yeah, I mean good. Let's hope it stay there. Stay there. Now. Keep in mind. Murder horn. It has a wingspan the biggest of three inches. Yeah, God and the Queens There were nearly nearly 80 of them. They are bigger than the other one's body lies there about like, two inches..
"virgin queens" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"This Wednesday morning, while Joe Biden and Democrats are calling for unification. There's no sign of that. In a local neighborhood. A Rockland man has filed a restraining order against his neighbour who reportedly harassed him over his support of President Trump. Michael Mason told CBS 13 that security video shows his neighbor's Children harassing his family with Biden chance outside of his home. I didn't want to do this. They're making me have to do this. This is a civil harassment restraining order. I just I'm tired of getting harassed all the time. It's it's my kids Want to come outside A judge is set to rule on the restraining order today. The neighbors that Mason filed that restraining order against have not commented. All three Disneyland resort hotels have stopped taking room reservations for the rest of the year. The theme park will wave Disney imposed Changin cancellation fees for reservations before December, 31st. The villas at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Spa plan to reopen on December. 6th an actual Hornets nest was destroyed by scientists in Washington state on Tuesday. NBC's Megan's Tavaris Ian has details on what was found inside. Wildlife officials are on the hunt for new nests After finding dozens of dangerous murder. Hornick, Queens experts are dissecting the first known Asian giant Hornet nest in the US splitting that removes tree open. Scientists found the 14 Inch nest contained 500 live specimens, including 76 hatched Virgin Queen's each one capable of leaving to mate and start their own colony, and experts say some of the queen's had already taken flight. That was ABC Is Meghan Television reporting. Opposed to worker whose allegation of corrupt mail ballot counting and Pennsylvania was seen as the reason to open investigations into widespread voter fraud, has reportedly recanted his claim. KFBK is my power report, or did he have to say that? I did not recant my statements. That.
"Murder hornet" nest destroyed "in the nick of time"
"Destroyed by scientists in Washington state on Tuesday. NBC's Megan's Tavaris Ian has details on what was found inside. Wildlife officials are on the hunt for new nests After finding dozens of dangerous murder. Hornick, Queens experts are dissecting the first known Asian giant Hornet nest in the US splitting that removes tree open. Scientists found the 14 Inch nest contained 500 live specimens, including 76 hatched Virgin Queen's each one capable of leaving to mate and start their own colony, and experts say some of the queen's had already taken flight. That was ABC Is Meghan Television
'Murder hornet' nest had potential to spawn almost 200 queens in Washington state
"Murder Hornets We're back in the news. Unbelievable. Remember that Murder Hornet's nest? We heard about the one that was dismantled in Washington state last month. Well, Turns out There are around 200 potential queens there Great side to say the Asian giant Hornet Nest at 108 potential queens there and cells in these Virgin queens could emerge at any time believe that dozens of other Queens had already come out. And that's a problem because Queens who leave the nest typically hibernate in the winter before they start their new colonies in the spring if they've made it with a male So, yeah, Murder Hornets, apparently going to be rearing their ugly Stingers again Force. First part of next
"virgin queens" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
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"virgin queens" Discussed on Reality Bites - 90 Day Fiancï¿½
"Sister was there. The show is about them as a couple and so he sitting in the middle and he's got a sister on either side of him and nature's I'm like do they just have zero personality or is is there something really off about this. No physical affection here. Blake talk about the relationship is like oh my gosh and we have so much chemistry and we love each other. And she's so beautiful and you know intimacy is great but you don't see that on camera. Yeah strange dynamic. Going on that I'm guessing is very intentional. The show understands it's like okay. Well he's saying one thing but everybody else's seeing something different and that's what makes their storyline storyline interesting and as this continues. You know. Maybe maybe she'll warm up it's like night one and he's hoping they're going to get intimate. She's he's like I want to shower and go to bed which is understandable. But they haven't seen each other in a long time. I would be disappointed if my fiance like I haven't seen in a long longtime is like now. I just want to go to bed. Maybe they just mean like a now like I just want to sleep and then you know in about four hours we can wake up in whatever needs to happen can happen but right away off the plane she says Oh. I'm very used to doing things alone by myself. Yeah and even did you even catch. He tried to put his arm around her and she's in like pushed his arm off. Los Angeles can get warm yes she's from Fresno Jake. Take your jacket off. She was wearing like trying to defend. I don't know yeah. I think people already have a lot of questions about Blake in Jasmine. And let's move on to Michael Natalie. The work so much well. Mike US M- squirm Washington. He is the polar opposite of Natalie who is from Kiev Ukraine. He says she's beauty. I'm the beast and he. He is going to Ukraine to visit her. Because there's been a problem with her visa. It could take another six months for it to get approved. They do seem to legitimately genuinely have have feelings for each other but she wants a baby yesterday. She does and he hasn't told her yet about a uncle. Bo Lives in the barn earned behind the house. The be that he is in debt and so her friends. Before Mike's Arrival she goes to this restaurant with her friends and she has one friend who kinda nailed it like. I don't think this guy is going to be able to kind of give you what you want. And she seems very all the wind just got let out of her sails because she wasn't expecting someone going to be negative or questioning about his ability to support her in in pretty interesting when her friends were kind of questioning him because he's a manager of a construction company which I I don't know how well they've delved into that in the story about his managerial position and like what he kinda makes where status because I think he has lost his job right. It doesn't seem like he's the manager Journal managing anything right so but either way so even if he was still very much employed as a manager you know I think most of us here in the states will say oh he has a good job you know l.. He's good husband materials. Nice Guy Really Friendly Blah Blah Blah has a farm the farm but it was just interesting to see how they responded to like. Well your ex has been basically was like the owner her of a business and you know obviously they didn't a lot of extravagant things and lived a very nice less than a big city. I mean it's beautiful European type city. It'd be ban now. I just saw the picture. Okay but I mean you said that like oh off beautiful place but it just reminded me that you know when you look down the list of this show and others that we've seen kind of the the cultural differences in where people are coming from so Kiev's a really nice you know kind of modern city. And she's dating someone who's from a very small mall towns so it's going to be very different. Afars her expectations of what comfort ability. And you know living life as a couple would be and what his probably would be so. That's probably going to be an issue. Because let's see the way she likes to live and the way he's living they might have some exactly doesn't quite seem like she realizes what life and squirm Washington is going to be like now on the other end of the spectrum. Though we have Natalie's mom who we meet sheet after her divorce she moves in with her mother very lovely lady. Her Mom seems to really like Mike Approves Approves of the relationship. But already like you're gonNA make beautiful children. My mom would I if I said I met this guy. And here's a picture of him and and whatnot. The words would would never come out of her mouth. Youtube would make new children. I don't maybe it's a cultural thing. Maybe that's just my family. I don't know it might be in the way that Natalie describes him she definitely described with a lot of affection and love yes the way he looks down at her with his big eyes and he's like a giant and she feels she very much romanticize him so like you said does seem like a really genuine connection they have but it seems like. He's about to turn south very quickly. Yes as we've seen in previews of what's to come it. At least my guess is that she's GonNa get here and be like never mind. I'll I'll go back to the thanks but no thanks. Let's talk about Emily and social run on the episode much. What you saw preview them so in the last episode we saw? Emily had her baby in the hospital. That saw three cheese Louisa. Somebody saw somebody else said it like it. Looks like she gave birth at Chernobyl. Yeah but the baby is is born and healthy. And the previous show that there are indications that what has happened to the previous two X.'s is possibly starting to happen with this. One seems like he kinda gets disinterested a little bit. It's a little bit at least one of the previews that we've seen there in the gym together working out and there's a lot of tension and td with these. We'd be skipped over them. Last night. Michael Juliana yes so Giuliana has arrived from Brazil. His child bride has arrived. She's only like twenty two twenty three years old michaels in his forties. He lives in Greenwich Connecticut. He lives a very affluent lifestyle. Gal that he makes sure we know and he's very creepy at every turn it chows seeing them side by side like she looks extremely young even for a twenty two twenty three. She looks really yes. She looks like she could be eighteen. Nineteen to me like. She looks like she could be a teenager absolutely and he very much looks like her dad especially when they're side by side but she has arrived and her dad's friends and that's what he looks like her dad's friend like Oh. This is the friend of my dad and he's a creeper. Yeah Yeah and we already saw the last episode. He picks her up in this stretch Hummer and starts talking about Limo porn and I was like like oh I don't think about that and the maximum this episode more C. C.. Max So so now. What we have to do is introduce Juliana to Michael's ex wife life so Giuliana? How do you see your role in this big community family? That were sort of Michael's roll. Like how do you see yourself many this sort of strange law. Obviously there's going to be an adjustment period but how do you see Juliana Rawal fitting into like. How do you see this working long well? She's not replacing view. First of all out of your damn right. She Ain't replacing me. I'm their mother but I will say Michael's ex wife what you would expect her to do is to go on camera and be like. There's no way this is going to work out my ex-husband's having a midlife crisis I I don't know what he's thinking but instead she's like no. It's fine as long as you realize. You're not going to parent my children definite boundaries of laws you don't cross those boundaries. We shouldn't have a problem although I feel like in her mind. She's thinking exactly what you said right. But she's you know she's a nice enough person to be like you know what I'm not GonNa say that I like is that Juliana is really good with Michael's kids. They seem to really like her. In fact she just posted a video on instagram. Like a makeup tutorial with Michael's kids eh and they refer to her as their step mom so from what we know. So far Michael and Juliana Ninety days goes by and then they have to get married or or the other person has to leave so from what we've heard Michael Juliana have gotten married and things appear to be going very well for them but here comes the adjustment period where she's now coming into his life and he has an ex wife and he has two kids and how she's going to kind of acclimate. And how much more weirdness. We're going to see from him because he just something about him is just seemed off to me like he has no personality. He's not funny he just besides the fact that he has money. I'm not sure what she sees in him. Moving onto Anna Marcel. Now I know you like Marcel. No you do okay. They're both thirty nine years old. She's from in Bellevue Nebraska. He's from Turkey. He has come to the United States. He speaks like no English. He doesn't like the pizza that she served him on his first night eight flatland. He doesn't like the eggs that she made him the next morning. He does not intend on telling his family about the fact that Anna has three children dron so finally last night. We see them beekeeping because that's what they have in common and it turns out that has her own deep dark secrets. She's not a very good be well reporting to him. She's not but what struck me about. That scene was like she was really trying to make it a sexual. Maybe all those no nails their maiden with the Queen Virgin Queen Maybe Navy They're doing a good job. I myself watching resolve work with these. I like watching him. Work.
"virgin queens" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"But also, you know, there's so much research behind it. So it was brilliant rate. Soc was already attached she'd been attached to the project. I think seven years before they showed it, and I love her already. I I'd met a, you know, personally before and love to work. So that was a big reason to make me want to do it. And then I met Josie who's incredibly, you know, well known in the theater world and a brilliant director in heroin, right? And this is her first feature film, but she was just weak at the minute. I met her. She was RAD social Brad, the scripts rat. I was like I really want to do it. But I just I I can't play Elizabeth I conflict Queen Elizabeth the I know why did you say she's being played by so many of my absolute heroes in the acting world. And I just it wasn't just. That it wasn't just being scared of China redo, something that other people had done it. I just didn't think I'd had anything in common with her. I was like who am I to play a Queen? I'm not classically trained. You know, I kind of learned on the job and everything else. I've kind of you know, I I always work on the side online coaching, and I do courses, and I do all that kind of stuff, but I never went to university. I don't have a master's degree. I don't know anything about the time period. Like, I I must skip class. I guess in the days when we went about the since period because I knew very little about that. I don't really deserve it to be honest. I feel like there's so many other actors out that who does this role than I do. And and I play quaint. I just can't change your mind. Josie. Did she wrote, you know, beautiful long letter? And she said to me like, I don't want you to I expressed those thoughts and my reasons for being so hesitant. And she said, you have I don't want you to play Queen like, I 'cause I sat outside cannot be honest thing why why me like what he want me to do it. And she's like because I don't want. I don't want someone to play acquaint. I want someone to play a woman a young woman. And then then that kind of changed my mind. I was like, oh, okay. Well, if you show that that's what you want. I can give you that. I know it can deliver that so. Yeah. And from that point on she she kind of gave me the entire educational process of learning about the time period and getting spent time with John guy, who's an incredible historian. But also wrote a book that bode based the script on. So I got to spend a lot of time with him. We'd go to Hampton Court palace with you know, Elizabeth spent time and really learn about, you know, the inner workings of a politics at that time. But also just. So life, and what she would have gone through up until the point. Will we see on screen, which is a lot? Yeah. Had dad killed her. Mom. She has sister. Put her in prison tried to have her killed. I mean, childhood trauma that on pack. So what do you think it is about her because you're not the only one who may have missed that day in class? Yeah. I mean that has keeps actors coming back to tell the story of this Queen. Why is she such a fascinating character? Once you got to know her. She is fascinating. Because she she rebranded the role of acquaint, and she did it in a very clever way. She was the first person to really franchise image and have that kind of brand perception that I guess seems like a very current thing that you know, she was doing it back, then she would send out, you know, needlepoint templates of her face. So that people could stitch at home and have it, you know, she rebranded herself as the virgin queens. So that she wouldn't have to get married getting married meant handing over you'll powder. Another man getting married meant you'd have to deliver a male ever shortly afterwards. And if you want like a mom didn't maybe a life was in danger because of that, so she she was very clever and taking the route of not getting married and announced that she was married to England, and she was virgin Queen and that was her image because she was a Protestant on the flip side..
"virgin queens" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"And of course, those days they didn't have the medicine that we have today. He went to bed about his fourth or fifth day in office as president and he died thirty days later, he was only president for thirty actually thirty one days. He's so we say the all time books fascinating facts, he spent the majority of his term in bed. And that was the shortest presidency. We've had thirty one days for years. Jeff is with us in Birmingham. Alabama. Welcome to the program. Jeffrey. It sounds like he's got my call. Yeah. Before before I asked the question just think of us security guards out there. We're getting a lot less pay and respect and truck drivers. And you know, we got job to do to. Sometimes we have to turn truck drivers around and get upset all the truckers out. There. Don't ask a night watchman or the next nearest truck. Stop in. And he won't ask you where the next nearest chess. Are you guys doing a great job at night force? Jeff, I appreciate tell us a little bit about the crap. And I hate to to really are in my sack a cold tonight bad mood, then original Saint Nicholas get nice to death. Oh, jeez. Did he what was the question about the original Saint Nicholas get knifed to death, Charles? Well, I never heard that story now. Where'd you hear that Jeffrey that's been years ago? Wow. I talked to everybody talks about Santa. I liked hearing about the crap is there. It's just my mindset cramp is. Of course was in entity created the scare the living daylights out of children many many years ago in the eighteen hundreds I believe Charles. Are you familiar with campus? Yeah. Yeah. But getting back to Saint Nicholas there really was a Saint Nicholas of which surprises some people. And as we mentioned earlier in the program. He Richmond, very wealthy family and became well known for giving money and gifts, especially the poor people in the area, and that really started that tradition. Saint Nicholas his his name evolved. We still, of course, use that name Saint Nicholas as we mentioned earlier, he that name evolved into different names around the world. We have Father Christmas in England. For Saint Nicholas. We have pop in France. And here are name came from center clause. The Dutch emigrants brought the name center clouds with that was their name for Saint Nicholas that meant the good Saint in the Dutch language center claws, and then the expression cinder clause evolved into Santa Claus. That's where the name Santa Claus comes from you talk about which states in the United States are named after women. Yeah, that's a surprise. It's not the ones you would think of for example, you might think Georgia, you would think Georgia. Sure, but George was named after King George of England, you might think of the Carolinas north and South Carolina or something. But Carolina comes from the Latin version of Charles, and that was named after king Charles of England, you might think Louisiana might have been named after somebody named Louise. But it wasn't. It was named after king Louis of France. So there are three states that were named after women one of which is Maryland named after Queen Maria right of England. And then there is Virginia. Named after Queen. Elizabeth the first she was called the virgin Queen. She was well known by that name, and sir. Walter Raleigh was her subject than when he came over here. He named the area after her after the virgin Queen and called it Virginia. So that's named after woman. And then we have the state of West Virginia you have to include because it also same same after. So those are the only three states named after going through states in the US named after women Virginia West Virginia and Maryland interesting east of the Rockies, Suzanne, let's get you in here from Tennessee. I'm enjoying the program, George. Thank you. I would like to know where monthly your originated Murphy's law. What do you got? Wrong, you know, that one where fees law. Gee, you know, I have had to do it. Somebody named Murphy. No question about that. But I can't put my finger right on which Murphy that was what can go wrong. We'll go wrong. Murphy's law, isn't it? Yeah. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. So we're Charles are almost out of time just about a minute left. Give us some information about your website and your books. Well, I'd be happy to Georgia. The book is called the all the all time book fascinating facts, y'all time book fascinating.
"virgin queens" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of course in those days. They didn't have the medicine that we have today. He went to bed about his fourth or fifth day in office as president and he died thirty days later, he was only president for thirty actually thirty one days. So we say the all time books. Bashing tax. He spent. The majority of his term in bed. And that was the shortest presidency. We've had thirty one days for William interferes. Jeff is with us in Birmingham, Alabama. Now. Welcome to the program. Jeffrey. It sounds like he's got my call. Yeah. Before I ask the question just think of us security guards out there. We're getting a lot less pay and respect and truck drivers. And you know, we got job to do to. Sometimes we have to turn truck drivers around and get upset all the truckers out. There. Don't ask a night watchman or the next nearest truck. Stop in. And he won't ask you where the next nearest guard. Chest. Well, you guys do a great job at night force. Jeff, I appreciate tell us a little bit about the us. And I hate to to really are in my sack a cold tonight. Sam in a bad mood, then the original Saint Nicholas get nice to death. Oh, jeez. Did he what was the question about the original Saint Nicholas get knifed to death, Charles? Well, I never heard that story now. Where'd you hear that Jeffrey that's been years ago? Wow. Everybody talks about Santa. I like hearing about the crap is there. It's just my mindset. Of course was in entity created the scare the living daylights out of children many many years ago in the eighteen hundreds I believe Charles E familiar with Grampus. Yeah. Yeah. Getting back to Saint Nicholas. There really was a Saint Nicholas of which surprises some people. And as we mentioned earlier in the program. He was from a very wealthy family and became well known for giving money and gifts, especially the poor people in the area, and that really started that tradition. And that's where the Saint Nicholas is his name evolved. We still, of course, use that name Saint Nicholas as we mentioned earlier, he that name evolved into different names around the world. We have Father Christmas in England for Saint Nicholas. We have pop into well in France. And here are Dame came from center clause. The dutch. Emigrants brought the name center clouds with that was their name for Saint Nicholas that meant the good Saint in the Dutch language center claws, and then the expression center clause evolved into Santa Claus. It's worthy. Name channel clause comes from you talk about which states in the United States are named after women. Yeah. That's a surprise. It's not the ones you would think of for example, you might think Georgia, you would think Georgia. Sure, but Georgia was named after King George of England, you might think of the Carolinas north and South Carolina or something. But Carolina comes from the Latin version of Charles that was named after king Charles of England, you might think Louisiana might have been named after somebody named Louise. But it wasn't. It was named after king Louis of France. So there are three states that were named after women one of which is Maryland named after Queen Maria. Right of England. And then there is Virginia. Named after Queen. Elizabeth the first she was called the virgin Queen. She was well known by that name, and sir. Walter Raleigh was her subject, and when he came over here he named the area after her after the virgin Queen and called it Virginia. So that's named after woman. And then we have the state of West Virginia you have to include because it also same same. So those are the only three states named after only three states in the US named after women Virginia West Virginia and Maryland interesting east of the Rockies, Suzanne, let's get you in here from Tennessee. I'm enjoying the program, George. Thank you. I would like to know where Murphy your originated Murphy's law. What do you got? Where fees law. Gee, you know, I have been had to do it. Somebody named Murphy. No question about that. But I can't put my finger right on which Murphy that was what can go wrong will go wrong. Murphy's law, isn't it? Yeah. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So we're Charles almost out of time just about a minute left to give us some information about your website and your books, but I'd be happy to Georgia. The book is called the all the all time book is fascinating facts, y'all time.
"virgin queens" Discussed on Science Friday
"Your phd were thank you simultaneous a student biology at royal holloway at university of london eggen and she's joined us by skype have a good weekend we're gonna take a break and only come back we're going to talk about the queen bee gonna talk switch to honeybees talk about the queen bee what does the colony what is the high decide to do when they lose the queen we'll talk about it's fascinating after the break stay with us i'm best music i hosted as thirty talk show in egypt after the arab street until the government tried to throw me in jail so now i live in america and i host the podcast remained in america presented by faith would i interview all kinds of outsiders from comedian laws giradi to journalist maria hinojosa and filmmaker cure and view and i try to use those conversations to figure out minute american subscribe to remain in america presented by cafe this is science friday i'm replayed last month they royal wedding of prince harry and megan markle was a big event but for the british royal family everyone already knows who's next in line for the throne after queen elizabeth sorry harry but for another type of monarchy that lineup succession is less clear and i'm talking about honeybees if a honeybee queen suddenly dies it's up to the rest of the high per kids to pick who takes over but hand they make that decision researchers wanted to know how the hive comes to this decision and the results were published in the journal science reports ramesh sagala is author of that study and he's also an associate professor in epa culture at oregon state welcome to science friday thank you very that's the study of bees right epic culture yesterday of bees or keeping bees as well and tells a bit how the structure of a honeybee hive works how how many queens with the average honeybee hive go through so in general when we talk over the functional hive there is only one queen and in rare instances you'll see multiple queens but usually it's not so i would say ninety nine percent of the time there is only one queen in a high and there are about depends on the time of the could be anywhere between twenty five thousand to fifty thousand bees these are female workers they're sterile that means they don't lay eggs as long as the queen is in the hive so and then there are drones which are the males and they they're only function is to mate with the virgin queens that are produced during the swimming season or even later so so basically that's a structure of they have a very well defined caste system with the queen who is dangling machine she keeps laying eggs through life it could be two years to five years and then they produced drawn seasonally maybe are about five percent of the colonies whole strength so when he queen bee suddenly dies the hive has to find an emergency queen right what what can what what why would a queen die suddenly yeah that's an emergency situation that way this term was has been used for awhile emergency agus queens are made at different times of the year as well based on their need like swarming when you see all this huge swarms coming in may or june when the colonies get to a certain strength they have to divide so it's a colony fission so they have to do wide that's culinary production so so at that time queens have produced that some more natural but then emergency arises when a queen accidentally dies it could be because a queen wasn't infected with a disease or she had some pat aside load or or it could be a beekeeper as well as beekeepers we played played hives and accidentally she might be most between the frames or the tool that you're using so there could be multiple reasons why queen condi so how does the hive no the queen's died i mean is not an emergency alert system and maybe there is yeah so it's very fascinating social insect as far as you know honeybees are the most advanced social insects that i can think of when so they have this fascinating mechanisms soon as the queen dies the.
"virgin queens" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The general voice declared that the time was come to face the storm citizens of the colonies were preparing to throw off one of the corporations the for almost two hundred years had determined nearly every aspect of their lives you it's economic and political power planning to destroy the goods of the world's largest multinational corporation intimidates employees and face down the guns of the government that supported east india company's influence had always been pervasive in the colony colonies indeed data was not the puritans but the east india company that founded america puritans traveled to america and ships owned by the east india company which had already established the first colony north america at jamestown in the company owned commonwealth of virginia stretching from the atlantic ocean to the mississippi commonwealth was named after the virgin queen elizabeth the first who had chartered the corporation elizabeth tried to make england a player in the new global trade sparked by the european discovery of america the wealth that spain began extracting from the new world caught the attention of the european powers many european entries particularly holland and france consortiums were put together to finance ships to sail the seas in fifteen eighty queen elizabeth became the largest shareholder in the golden hind a ship owned by sir francis drake investment worked out well for queen elizabeth is no record of exactly how much she made when drake paid or share of the hines dividends but it was undoubtedly vast since drake himself and the other minor shareholders all received a five thousand percent return on their investment plus because the queen placed a maximum loss the initial investors of their investment.
"virgin queens" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The brief and tragic history of the lost colony of roanoke james horn is the author but what i learned from james's spoken there many incidents and scenes is that the exploitation in the settlement of america and this will lead into the virginia colony in the beginning of the seventeenth century these events on roanoke island and the arrival of the first colonists sixteen o seven sixteen twenty one that you've all learned in your school books are all of a piece interrupted of course by the battle with the spanish crown from britain i promised land and james sir walter raleigh was critical to the queen and she he became her favorite that's why the virginia colony was named for the virgin queen when he sent that second large expedition under sir richard grenville because he wasn't allowed to go to valuable their job was to establish that pirate base they arrive with military hardware lots and lots lots of military hardware were they anx anxious or inhibited by the native americans in any fashion or did they regard him as a as a secondary bother to the spanish well i think initially they hoped that they would be able to befriend the the indian population and that would that would help them in several ways certainly in terms of learning more about the land and the resources and particularly where they might find find the the the gold so yeah i think i think initially that's something i hope that they wouldn't follow the spanish patent which the english source barbaric in terms of spanish behavior towards the indians that they would would be friends to the indians this is very eurocentric that they're thinking here about civilizing the indians and bringing them over to english ways and the english church the anglican church so it's it's a view of indians that the english had until things turn rather rather nasty granville leads chiefly a military expedition that's why fifteen eighty six is scarred by fighting and murder and conflict and alienating the indians of of the whole region is that correct that's that's that's the way it turns out and you could also add to that the spread of english show european diseases which which really have a very serious impact on the on the native population so the and they there is a general religion practiced in this whole region and they.
"virgin queens" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The old negro spiritual free up last red flag bottom line having daddy chills it doesn't it still rings truth to this day we still need to work on all of that i i large van their wonderful conversations on different shows us more all yeah about what's going on in reese witherspoon um she retreated earth is a realist treated fold a picture of of a dr king but she just did the quote i've decided to stick with love haight is too great a burden to bear now it is it is it really is then it will it will eu up in the conversation needs continue yelling very rarely oh yeah very very much so so any way um we just wanted to play there because there's is still so powerful tools is here and you're like wow and speaking of wow in a whole other way our favourite royal the longest living monarch in the world cleaning lissouba's queen elizabeth the queen the sl all of the being grilled cheese and one of the things that um when i finally came out of my flew coma on saturday morning i was bored beyond believe but still not feeling like i should be doing anything so i did decide i could clean out my girl cave and you know i it really gotten out entrance outta control you'll be so proud of exiled really really it was just like like it was like an old woman who lived in a shoe it really hillary had little had that could have been ordered staff yes is terrible so i doubt room and i had eighteen episodes of rain on the dow had gasoline back to last january which is others foresees season's total of rain narrates the story of young mary queen of spots scotts and young queen elizabeth the virgin queen the one keep land should splitting the map so it's nice so but it's sort of like a gossip girl version of it and it had one bad season the second the second season and people dropped out.
"virgin queens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"How often he's being thaw it finds another hugely successful eissa american amy sherman paladino tells us what she loves false talking onscreen and that's not all hollywood star james franco's made a film about a bad film being made i know and to discuss oil this my guest today here in the studio of british yemeni filmmaker bud have been here see and australian film critic and sending us and told the tel so before we hear from cape launch at let me ask you both since she's playing thirty roles do weiser of you have a favourite performa actor actress whose played more than one role in a film or tv production butter yes i think for me it would have to be tom harvey in legend playing braun richie curry anything perot that was an incredible performance and road and reggie kray food the benefit of you really don't know what to 1960s london 'gangstas went the other high twins in very different characters were very difference articles phenomenal so even though the look could it be an easy to replicate to get their personalities you think he did a good jealously a good choice what about you and some mrta looking his jake killing hole in duty spill moves enemy arm in which he plays are both aboard history professor and lacked a whose may be his identical twin or maybe his his aide i bet a whole lot of people have just lush to try and find out how they can see that movie if they hadn't seen already verse then australian actress theatrical superstar global good escape blanchett whether she's the virgin queen in my friend shaka composed film elizabeth carol in taught haines exquisite 1950s romance thing out staff.
"virgin queens" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Oh god almighty what are you laughing is this getting back to that song you're saying pluto ain't no plan at no more i had an instant instinct to senator margaret did you really do that i don't wanna bring it up thank you want the back row tie said i don't wanna bring a robert there's nothing that nothing keeping me back from kicking s in the same lot with him you want to stamp all unsafe do you understand margaret they've got it okay look at me when you talk of especially when you're going to kick somebody's ask because i'm the guy who's legally liable for it should have seen this ladies gentlemen only good you're you're putting your hands in your chest than waving them backwards if you're the virgin queen of something like enough because bad i got to get into this thing and then get out of it all right welcome to the phil henry show and i haven't even been on mike have i throw the now is rondo if i'm not on mike man and tell me okay what tell me if i'm not on mike mike who's mike the microphone oh my god feel you are really on the edge just want to get the show going and folks this is donald trump tomorrow night low never mind about that you know philip no no no no no no we're not going there today today today yesterday dean wheelers going to be this dean is attempting he's going to further try to promote you'll go describing a couple of exercises they do and yoga he'll be on the program one of the reasons where we're talking to deemed a ted attending the bob today.
"virgin queens" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The web wilma build thought uh just for the record that guy sends me like six faxes a day and he finally built that the car engine left a voicemail hell we say he's thinking is enough to par i was okay i'm just say hey you know you've seen the elvis impersonators you know maybe a final l e c amid personally i would think differently if he if he really has the sun glasses of the slickedback black hair the and the leisure suited cetera only per eight years hit by disagreed with my president i was called a racist now i agree with this president i am a racist that is really a good observation i wish i had thought of that i was amazed by eight even name the middle painter route he was an icon and he was hillary that he hilary clinton said he was her mentor and he was a he was a soaring war he gulf according to barack obama he'll be fit at train dick hewlett had date favorite elvic don monet bailed out the ballot hollowell every european well if david lloyd return send address unknown though such number no such bo no fifty thousand of those let us the ebt recipients were returns to said the said the vaal patrick why that's just a few anecdotes that's just a little leakage so what if we have fifty thousand people fraudulently obtaining welfare they're just dreamers hey man ban the band joe the band jewish played down to talk with slavery and got the banjo is used to now racist on dixie wind up cotton evangelist ought to you in the movie deliverance including net per dean we gotta do it man ban the band jio then joe scarborough looks like banjo boy so he's got to be banned too now that i think about it hey how we how 'bout virginia they got to change the name of the state of virginia and west virginia because you know that's named after queen elizabeth the virgin queen of england and she's the one who okayed the the seles sell slavery in the in the colonies in north america in india i think trump to put you in charge of renaming on these places i also think we.
"virgin queens" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And mom and pop stores and take over the team business in all of america hence he told his biographer it was no longer the small all vessels of private merchants who went to vende t for their own account in the ports of the colonies but on the contrary ships of an enormous birth in the transport immense quantities of this commodity colonies it now arrived at the decisive moment when they must cast the die and determined their course of hamlet called the alarm was circulated throughout the colonies and signed by the enigmatic rustic us on issue made clear the feelings of colonial americans about england's largest transnational corporation and its behavior around the world their conduct in asia for some years past as given simple proof how little they regard the laws of nations the rights liberties or lives of men if they have levied war excited rebellions dethroned lawful princes and sacrificed millions for the sake of profits the their revenues of mighty kingdoms of entered their coffin coffers and these not being sufficient to glut their avarice they have by the most unparalleled barbarities extortions and monopolies straw ripped the miserable inhabitants of their property and reduced whole provinces in dejan and it to indigents and ruin 1500 thousand said perished by famine in just one year not because the earth united's fruits because this company and their servants engulfed all the necessary of life and set them it's so high a rate that the pour could not purchase them after protesters it turned back the company shifts in philadelphia new york use rights in boston the general voice declared that the time was come to face the storm citizens of the colonies were preparing to throw off one of the corporation's the for almost two hundred years had determined nearly every aspect of their lives your its economic make an political power or planning to destroy the goods of the world's largest multinational corporation intimidate its employee's and face down the guns of the government that supported east india companies influence had always been pervasive in the colony colonies indeed it was not the puritans with east india company the founded america bierens travel to america on ships owned by the east india company which had already established the first colony north america at jamestown in the company owned commonwealth of virginia stretching from the atlantic ocean to the mississippi commonwealth was named after the virgin queen elizabeth the.
"virgin queens" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Thousand it is said perished by famine in just one year not because the earth united's fruits because this company and their servants engulf the all the necessary is of life and set them it's so high a rate that the poor could not purchase them after protesters turned back the company's ships in philadelphia new york use rights in boston the general voice declared that the time was calm face the storm citizens of the colonies were preparing to throw off one of the corporation's the for almost two hundred years had determined nearly every aspect of their lives its economic and political power you're planning to destroy the goods of the world's largest multinational corporation intimidate its employee's and base down the guns of the government that supported east india companies influence had always been pervasive in the cali colonies indeed it was not the puritans but these india coveted the founded america puritans travel to america on ships owned by the east india company which had already established the first call and in north america at jamestown in the company owned commonwealth of virginia stretching from the atlantic ocean to the mississippi commonwealth was named after the virgin queen elizabeth the first who had chartered the corporation elizabeth's sister was trying to make england a player in the new global trade sparked by the european discovery of america the wealth that spain began extracting from the new world caught the attention of the european powers many european countries particularly holland and france consortiums were put together to finance ships to sail the seas in fifteen eighty queen elizabeth became the largest shareholder in the golden i aimed a ship owned by sir francis drake investment worked out well for queen elizabeth is no record of exactly how much she made when drake paid her share of the heinz dividends but it was undoubtedly vast since drake himself and the other minor shareholders all received a five thousand percent return on their investment laws because the queen placed a maximum loss to the initial investors of their investment amount only it was a low risk investment overs for the vet investors at least a creditors for example it'd be left unpaid if the venture failed this was the modern the first modern day limited liability corporation book the thom hartmann.