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"wadsworth" Discussed on Harvard Classics
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"wadsworth" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The building of the ship by henry wadsworth longfellow build me. Straight over the master stand in strong a goodly vessel that shall laugh at all disaster and with waving whirlwind wrestle. The merchants word delighted the master heard for his heart was in his work and the heart give his grace unto every art. A quiet smile played around his lips as the eddies and dimples of tied play round the bows of ships that steadily at anchor ride and with a voice that was full of glee. He answered air long. We will launch a vessel is a goodly and strong and stanch as ever whether to wintry see and i with nicest skill and art perfect and finished in every part a little model the master wrought which should be to the larger plan what the child is to the man its counterpart in miniature that with a hand more swift and sure the greater labour might be brought to answer his inward thought and is he laboured. His mind ran over the various ships that were built of your and above them all and strangest of all tower. The great harry crank and tall. Whose picture was hanging on. The wall with bows and stern raised high air and balconies hanging here and there and signal lanterns and flags afloat and eight round towers like those that frown from some old castle looking down upon the drawbridge and the moat and he said with a smile our ship. I was shelby of another form than this. It was of another form. Indeed built for freight and yet for speed. A beautiful and gallant craft broaden the beam that the stress of the blast pressing down upon sail and mast. Might not the sharp bows overwhelm. Broaden the beam but sloping aft with graceful curve and slow degrees that she might be docile to the hill and that the currents of parted sees closing behind with mighty force my aid and not impede her course.
"wadsworth" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note henry wadsworth longfellow february. Twenty seven th eighteen o seven to march twenty four. Th eighteen eighty two was an american poet and educator whose works include. Paul reveres ride the song of hiawatha and evangeline. He was the first american to translate dante. Allegories divine comedy and was one of the fireside poets from new england. Longfellow was born in portland maine which was then still part of massachusetts. He studied at bowdoin college and became a professor at bowdoin and later at harvard college after spending time in europe his first major poetry collections. Were voices of the night. Eighteen thirty nine and ballads and other poems eighteen forty one. He retired from teaching in eighteen. Fifty four to focus on his writing and he lived the remainder of his life in the revolutionary war headquarters of george washington in cambridge massachusetts. His first wife. Mary potter died in eighteen. Thirty five after miscarriage. His second wife francis appleton died in eighteen one after sustaining burns. When her dress caught fire after her death longfellow had difficulty writing poetry. For a time and focused on translating works from foreign languages he died in eighteen. Eighty two longfellow wrote many lyric poems known for their musicality and often presenting stories of mythology and legend. He became the most popular american poet his day and has success overseas he has been criticized by some however for imitating european styles and writing specifically for the masses..
"wadsworth" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"By ed. Good tell me not in mournful numbers life as but an empty dream for the soul as dead that slumbers and things are not what they seem. Life is real life as ernest and the grave is not. it's go. Dust thou art to dust return. Est was not spoken of the soul. Not enjoyment and not sorrow is our destiny end or way but to act that each tomorrow finds us farther than today. Art is long and time is fleeting and our heart though stout and brave still like muffled drums or beating funeral marches to the grave. In the world's broad field of battle in the bitter whack of life beat not like dumb driven cattle be a hero in the strife trust future however pleasant let the dead past bury its dead act act in the living present heart within and god or head lives of great men all remind us we can make our lives sublime and parting leave behind us footprints on the sand of time footprints that perhaps another sailing or live solemn main a for lauren shipwreck brother. Seeing shall take heart again. Let us then be up and doing with a heart for any fate still achieving still pursuing learn to labor and to wait the light of stars by henry wadsworth longfellow redford liber. Vox dot org. I feel champ. The night is come but not too soon and sinking silently all silently. The little moon drops down behind the sky. There is no light in earth or heaven but the cold light of stars. And the i watch of night is given to the red planet. Mars is it the tender star of love the star of love and dreams ohno from that blue tent above a hero's armor gleams and earners thoughts within me rise when i old afar suspended in the evening skies the shield of that red star star of strength. I see these standards smile upon my pain. Thou est with i male hand and i am strong again within my breasts. There is no light but the cold light of stars. I give the i watch of the night. The red planet mars the star of the unconquered will arises in my breast serene and resolute and still and calm and self possessed and how to who so air thou art that redis this brief psalm as one by one they hopes to part b. Resolute and calm. Oh fear not in a world like this and thou shalt know air long know-how sublime a thing it is to suffer and be strong him to the night by henry. Wadsworth longfellow read for liberal. Vox dot org by kangaroo. I heard the trailing tonight sweep through her marble halls. I saw her sable skirts. I'll fringed with light from the celestial walls. I felt her presence by spell of might stoop bore me from above the com- majestic presence of the night. As of the one i love. I heard the sounds of sorrow and delight. The manifold soft chimes that fill the haunt should chambers of the night like some old poets rhymes from the cool cisterns of the midnight. air i- spirit drink repose. The fountain of perpetual peace throws there from those deep cisterns flows. Oh holy night. From the i learned to bear but man has borne before the latest finger on the lips of care and they complain. No more peace peace arrestees. Like i breathed this perio- descend with broad winged flight. The welcome the thrice prayed for the most.
Man and woman found dead with gunshot wounds in garage of home in Beach Park NW of Chicago
"40 last night on 100 more Wadsworth Road. Lake County Police say they found a man and a woman in the garage of a home there with gunshot wounds. Officers attempted to save the victims, but we're on successful No one's in custody. Police are still investigating. A man is hospitalized after he was shot while exchanging gunfire
2 People Found Dead In Garage Of Chicago Beach Park House
"And this is a horrific story you're covering. Hi, Glenn. Yeah, we're looking at this double homicide situation has happening out here in the beach Park. Two victims were found inside of garage of a home with Christmas decorations. They're still live now, police said they received a call like around 9 40. Yesterday, a man and a woman were found inside white Kia that was parked outside of a garage of a home near the corner of West Wadsworth Road and Sheridan Road. Police said that becomes both appeared to have been shot but did not say how many times or where. Least tried to resuscitate both victims but were unsuccessful. They did not release the relationship. The two victims, but did say they were found in the garage of their residents. So they lived at this home. Um, the Sheriff Department tried using three canines to trace tracks, but the dog did not reveal anything substantial. Of course, his investigation is still ongoing. We did find out that their autopsies are scheduled for both victims for tomorrow. Um, Police plan to give us some more information so we could check back in a little bit later and see what's going on with this. But as of right now, no one is in custody just yet for this shooting. All right, Glenn,
Episode 11: Derek
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"wadsworth" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Visors experimental Covert 19 vaccine is being tested on Children as young as 12 to move to younger Children has been approved by the FDA. But the company broke the patients up into groups of 12 to 15 and 16 to 17 years of age. The team at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Vaccinated 100 Children in the younger group last week. The U. S. Supreme Court has a new justice. She is Amy Cockney Barrett. Here's Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz. Today is an important victory for the United States Constitution. Today. President Donald Trump delivered on one of the central promises he made to the American people to nominate principled constitutionalists to the U. S. Supreme Court confirmation will lock in a 63 conservative majority on the high court. The president's celebrating the confirmation of Cockney Barrett is one of our nation's most brilliant legal scholars. And she will make an outstanding justice on the highest court in our land at a White House were swearing in ceremony after the confirmation that President called Barrett's confirmation a momentous day for Americans one week out. Americans have already cast a record breaking 62 million early ballots, putting the 2020 election on track for historic levels of voter turnout. Coming up here in Colorado's morning news, voting barriers do they exist? We're going to talk to somebody who analyzes those things and asking those questions next. Your drive right now. John Morrissey. What do you see it? I'm seeing a lot of sunshine in our faces on that eastbound drive that you're taken right now on the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center. It is a bright drive. Not that we're complaining because yesterday was anything but sun filled. And you know what happened yesterday, So we'll take it today. But it is definitely causing a tough drive on that eastbound six and you drive coming out of liquid eastbound I seventies You come past Kipling and and through Wadsworth out westbound. I 70 at Wadsworth. We had a crash. There was just before Wadsworth. Looks like they've just cleared that one south on. I 25 having through thorny nor clan starting before you get to 104th. It's because of a crash after 100 Ford near Thornton Parkway. They've moved most of that over to the right shoulder. Your drive downtown. Watch out. On Sixth Avenue east of I 25 It's been a slick drive and a crash westbound six to have youto stage still only one lane open and South Tonight.
"wadsworth" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Heart radio form or Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists. Okay away. News Radio Times. 6 30. Our top story A Rh and ground crews are responding to a 10 acre fire south of crumbling along Highway nine. The Grand County sheriff has ordered some evacuations and told residents to pack an overnight bag. We're keeping a close eye on what might happen now that a third New England Patriots player has tested positive for covert 19 as of right now. Sundays Broncos Patriots game is still on, but the Patriots canceled practice today. Heads up wildlife in Colorado on the move as fall transitions in a winner as they migrate. You could expect to see more animals either on the road or just off the roadway. So what should you do when you have a close encounter? Si dot says you should slow down or stop flash your headlines and honk your horn to get the animals to move along. Most wildlife collisions happened at dawn and dusk when the animals are often harder to see. Gerry Bell Keohane news radio Stay with US for coverage of the vice presidential debates, starting at seven on Cathy Walker on care Way news Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 now from traffic with Darren Copeland. Things are coming down on the highways. We got that accent out of the way on I 25 6th Avenue in that area. Still a little bit of delay. Certainly not too bad looking at things from bed Fred Sports Traffic Center to 70 in both directions. Still heavy. I 70 looks good. We have a bad accident, though a north bound Wadsworth closed at 20th Street. No word with that's going to reopen, so If you can make your way around that watch for that, But really everything else is doing pretty well, actually, when pinpoint.
"wadsworth" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
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Myth Busted: Turns Out Bankruptcy Can Wipe Out Student Loan Debt After All
"Many Americans who get overwhelmed by student loan debt are told. Bankruptcy is not an option for them because you can't get student debt reduced or wiped out through bankruptcy Z.. Will now more judges and legal scholars are saying. That's a myth and bankruptcy can be a way to help advocates want Congress to act to change the laws so student debt is treated the same as any other kind of debt. Here's more from. NPR's Chris Arnold a few years ago. Lauren who lives in Queens New York at a big problem. She graduated college with an art degree just as the great recession head and she had private student loans with very high interest rates for work all she could find. Were retail jobs and and by twenty sixteen her loans it ballooned to about two hundred thousand dollars. Should remember thinking. I can't afford to actually pay my bills and and eat and pay my rent. Basically I was financially handicapped. I mean my student loan payments were higher than my rent was so lurid started order to look into bankruptcy. She doesn't use her last name because she thinks all this might hurt her job. Prospects now bankruptcy is not fun your credit gets destroyed for years and you have to be. I'm pretty dire financial straits where to even make sense. But you can get your debts reduced erased so that you can survive and get back on your feet but the lawyers that Lauren because look basically with student loans. It's different. They had told me things like you have to have a disability. Where you're not able to even work and I was like well but that doesn't make any sense? Many bankruptcy judges and legal scholars agree. Jason Yuliana is a law professor at Villanova University. He says over the past thirty years. Congress has made hit harder to discharge student debt. You need to meet what's called an undue hardship standard. That also means more work for your lawyer but he says that's created this misperception that it's nearly impossible to get help for student. Loan debt through bankruptcy. Yuliana did some research and struck me as really surprising statistic when I when I first uncovered it. There's a quarter of a million student loan. Debtors who filed bankruptcy each year. They do that because they have credit card debt or other debts and they could get those reduced or raised by trying to get their student debt. Forgiven more than ninety nine percent of the student loan debtors in bankruptcy. Just give up without even trying. But he's also found that when people do try and they pay their lawyer to jump through the extra hoops about half the time. The person gets some or all of their student. Loan debt erased. So I think that's it's really important for bankruptcy attorneys to see that there are judges out there who are willing to grant undue hardship discharges and that people are much more likely to obtain relief in bankruptcy Nkosi for the student loan debt just this month. The judge in New York discharge two hundred and twenty thousand dollars in student loan debt for a borrower and in her ruling. She criticized the fact that even in many lawyers quote believe it. Impossible the discharge student loans. She added quote. This court will not participate and perpetuating these myths. Well I think I think we're reaching a tipping point with what the bankruptcy courts are doing. That's Robert Lawless law professor at the University of Illinois. He hopes that more people are able to get help through bankruptcy quasi but he says the rules are still too restrictive. He took part in research on the issue for the professional organization. The American Bankruptcy Institute which recommends the Congress rewrite the rules on student loans in bankruptcy and make it so after seven years from the lawns became do there would be treated pretty much like any other debt and the bankruptcy case. There's at least some support for that in Congress Harrison Wadsworth as a consultant for the consumer. Banker's says he ation he says most student loans are issued by the government these days but for loans from private lenders loosening the rules could push up interest rates winters more careful about making loans and probably have to charge more for them in Lawrence case she eventually found a lawyer and going through bankruptcy. She got her debt reduced from around two hundred thousand dollars down to around one hundred thousand and the bulk of that at a one percent interest rate. It's still a lot of money. Yeah so for me like I was extremely relieved. It is significantly less and I'm actually able to like make the payment and because they lowered the interest I'm actually paying Hong off the loan so Lawrence says she can recover financially. which lawless says is what? Bankruptcy is therefore Chris Arnold N._p._R. News.
The Trouble With Embryos
"The predicament of what to do with embryos today that you might have left I ever after you've done rv if for some it's clear you thought the mad you let the embryos guy for others though it's much more complicated should you donate them to science or perhaps another woman and you even found that some people are gnashing their embryos and even making jewelry out of them yeah it's a way for them to hold onto what was or what might have been so today I'm going to take you to make women who are really struggling with what to do and just a heads up today's story features some things that might be distressing to some people China Wadsworth just after she gets home from work with her two year old daughter hello how are you the owners a single mom who works as an administrator at a school in Melbourne Jane before we can get started at dinner ready for a daughter tonight she asks for weeks and some socks tips talks like many women Fiona had never planned to raise a child alone can you when she was about to turn forty her relationship ended and I decided that I was wanting to have a child sooner rather than later I went to the doctor to find out what my options were and at that point found out that I was classed as medically infertile that news came as a terrible shock even though I was older I always thought that children or child was always going to be part of my life I remember sitting in the doctor's surgery crying and having my doctor cry with me so I've never forgotten that friends the owners who hadn't had any success IVF in Australia we're able to have a baby using a donor egg in South Africa so as soon as fear and I got the funds for Tree meant that's why she went to it was cheaper it was much more convenient than accessing joiners hearing Korea in here in the area and so I didn't do any other research I just did exactly what my friend had done because it was successful for her and her husband and so that then involved going overseas to South Africa to excess Dina Egg and five like Fiona Desa is also a single mom by choice she has two sons what did what a daughter paypal didn't happen so but look I love more boys they draw be crazy a on very very grateful very lucky Desa began ivf on her own when she was forty two at the time she hoped that she and her ex husband to get back together my ex husband was still on the same on an Fini's SORTA was playing around to say let's go have a baby the couple began preparing to stop fertility treatment but at the last minute dessus ex husband changed his mind in the waiting room said norm not doing this always full pullman injections and that was it was horrible it was hard journey with him marriage is uneasy with anybody but that was pretty bad and not only did all the pavements and and then said Narayan then always left half hormonal injections and got nowhere it was a turning point for desa should she go ahead alone naught she already had a referral to see a fertility specialist so desa decided to go through IVF treatment using donor sperm but we can that my ex annoy split completely forever the following Waco went straight to the doctors and he went and checked on something and then came back and said Yep we'll from one counseling session it was and next time you come in you can pick your donors as she underwent IVF treatment all of dessus energy went into hoping that at least one of her embryos work so the prospect of having embryos leftover was the last thing on her mind you just want to have a baby incubator off you know lucky enough to have Cabrera's because I know these girls that they were lucky to get one so that's desa over in South Africa Fiona was about to undergo IVF treatment for the first time using donor sperm and a donor egg and it was only then that she was confronted with the prospect that there might be embryos leftover that she wouldn't news I remember sitting in the waiting room all the clinic for the first time really saying Matt Paperwork and going K. other than thinking that in the moment that transfer in that attempt at pregnancy I can see that if it wasn't successful I'd go back a couple of months later for one I but I'd never had any real concept of excess embryos for both Fiona and Jessica there was happy news they both conceive children but now they're both left with the decision they hadn't anticipated what to do with the embryos stealing storage ivf clinics it's something that both struggle in with for now Fiona Endesa both paying their clinics hundreds of dollars every year to keep their excess frozen embryos frozen unfurnished case she's not ruling out the possibility of having another baby it's not off the cards I would love another one to give my child a full genetic sibling it's just my current view is that I wouldn't want to have another baby if I was until my current child is it it'd be more independent so another two years away which will then make me forty six forty seven but it's kind of very k now thin when they turned twenty one Obi oh my seventy sorry it's just something I'm aware of that's maybe not an ideal situation and then I'd also like to keep it if I only because I've not ruled out of it being in a relationship or eight I would love to mate someone to relationship we thin if he would like to have a child old then I would again prefer to have it is a genetic sibling sorry keep the mice in case that ever happens desa on the other hand knows she doesn't want any more children but she can't quite bring herself to discuss her embryos just yet when I was asked when you have excess embryos that's what you WanNa do at that time you not looking at them as human beings you just looking at the little you know I got bills in the Petrie dish but they want so I had my first son and then my pinned or I couldn't get rid of them because I thought Oh what about if they're also girls when you think about those two frozen embryos in the fraser how do you think of them I think of them as children or do the trouble is you can't keep embryos frozen forever there's a limit on how can you can legally stole them and that can go up to ten years depending on where the embryos are so both women will have to make that decision one day Fiona has a few more years left I've not been swayed either way I think for me it's going to be a decision up until the last day as to what I do with them so we'll probably keep them on ice for the full five years to keep my options open and just trying Wayne everything in factoring everything to try and make the right decision and for me for my child and family and everything Louise Johnson understands the complexities more than most she's the executive officer of the Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority that's the body that oversees all of the clinics Victoria when people and into Aviv treatment the emphasis on trying to have a baby and it's a costly process and sometimes people ran out of steam financially emotionally when they've been on that journey for some time and the thought there is potential life that store does now if clinic decision really tricky papal so if you decide you don't want to use your frozen embryos to try for another baby what are your options they can decide right that they'd like to donate their embryos to research but the number of protein that might be available at any one time can be limited and all clinics are linked up with research activities the other opportunity to donate embryos another couple or another individual Meinie embryos are donated for those people don't want to die night theory embryos to somebody else and don't want to donate them to raise rich it can be a matter of letting their embryos succumb on laboratory bench he is a is a technical term in IBF circles but if you look at walks fitting dictionary it's defined as failed to resist pressure temptation or some other negative force so does this relate to what happens when we let a frozen embryo succumb it's really allowing the embryos to come out of the frozen stash and it allows them to sit on the Lebron streep inch as they they want to remain viable and and no longer capable of life some clinics offer the opportunity to pick up the calmed embryos and take them harm plant them in a garden did as a way of saying goodbye today treatment journey in those particular embryos dessus wrestling with what agency she ascribes to the embryos she has left and she wants to see guidance not from her doctor but from a priest all think that he probably site to let them go because they already created but then autumn my stomach to study giving birth for them but I'll have to speak to him actually just WanNa see what his view is but that doesn't mean I'm GonNa go with that view Desa knows unlikely she can fall pregnant again but she can't bear to let him Brio succumb on a bench either so she's thinking about another way a very rare procedure. I mean why don't use them I'm nearly fifty five so I'm GonNa go and have another baby but but look if ordered maybe put them inside me just to release them but not to give any hormone injections or whatever to keep it that rare procedure is referring to is known in the US as a compassionate transfer it would involve a doctor attempting to implant desert embryos in her uterus knowing that this won't resign in a pregnancy but these two would lead the embryos to eventually succumb IVF clinics I spoke to said that they are reluctant to do it and that it's almost I never asked for is it the idea that if you put them in and they don't work out at least you kind of gave them a chance it is and but annoy that are proven wouldn't fall pregnant and would be the so either way you having to let them go and that's the hard part for you it sounds like and maybe I'll get there but I just haven't thought about it to that point where are just let him guy
London's National Gallery plans major Artemisia Gentileschi show
"Returned to Artemis Magenta Leschi in two thousand eighteen the National Gallery in London announced that it had bought Genta Leschi self-portrait to sink Catherine of Alexandria that work has just been on a tour of unusual British venues from Glasgow Women's library to a doctor's surgery in Yorkshire a Catholic High School in Newcastle and a prison in send Surrey Tori is now back at the National Gallery ahead of a survey of gentlest work that opens at the Gallery in twenty twenty in January nineteen. I was joined by not at Travis the National Gallery's curator of later Italian Spanish and French seventeenth century paintings to talk about Artemisia and that remarkable new acquisition the teacher. Can you tell me I more we're about Artemisia. Gentle Leschi the woman and the artist. She's obviously a name now that many people have heard of not just people sort of in the art world or interested in art and I'd I'd say that's quite a recent occurrence <hes>. She was really sort of rediscovered in a way <hes> in the nineteen seventies. She featured an exhibition in L._A.. On women artists artists and a number of her works exhibited then and so she sort of came to the fore then and number of feminist historians focused on her and her work <hes> throughout the latter part of the twentieth century but it's only really since she started being the subject of shows monographic show in two thousand and one in New York and then more recent exhibitions that I think she really came to wider public. I think now she is not necessarily a household name but I think people have heard of her a third of her as an artist but also her life story and I think a lot of the interest around her sort of people's view of her as a kind of empowered women derives from her biography rather like carbohydrate zone biographical stories somewhat somewhat sort of overshadows the art but I think Artemis as an artist now is coming to the fore and I think that's I'm looking forward to working on this show in two hundred twenty because I think it's very much focusing on her. As a painter ops you can't ignore what was happening in her life and the big events that the that obviously influenced that's how life in Harare but it is very much artistic abilities. Can you tell us something of that biography then before we get into into the to the painting the nationals occurred. Uh ultimately has seen very much as a sort of exception. I think it's important say she was quite exceptional that she wasn't the only woman autism the seventeenth century. I mean there had been other successful artists before her. Aha but she was born in Rome to Aratu gentlest who was a well established painter in Rome and a lady prudence and Artemis mother died when she was just twelve so she was actually brought up in a male household so brutal by her father and she had three brothers she was in fact one of five to two died <hes> and the brothers and Artemis rule trained by rats here in his own workshop but it's clear that she was the one that he saw had greater talent than than the brothers <hes> and a and sort of everything changed when she was raped by Agostino. Tassie Passy was <hes> an extremely successful painter of SORTA Trompe l'oeil architecture and who was working at that time without C._E._o.. On a large project the casino limousine he was brought in to teach Artemisia Perspective and he raped her <hes> and they Taylor have sexual relations for some months and then he was brought to trial buyouts and this is very famous as perhaps the most famous episode in Artemis Life because remarkably all the trial documents actually survivor a large portion of survive so you can actually read optimizes own words in the witness box and you read the accusations against us. It's quite extraordinary to have that kind of sort of documentary evidence still survive from the seventeenth century and he's effectively found guilty of de flowering her because what what is bringing against Casey is the fact that not only did he rape his daughter but he didn't do the honorable thing and marry her afterwards and this is sort of idea the lack of honor the the so dishonor on his family. That's very much motivating the trial so he's found guilty although his punishments never enforced and Artemis married off two days as later to the brother of her defense lawyer and with him moves to Florence and obviously this episode was obviously a great tragedy in her life when she describes in in her own words is really violent attack on her. It is quite harrowing but I think if that had never happened. Her life would have been very different. She would have carried John. Working probably in her father's studio in Rome but as a result herbs sort of enforced moved Florence really was the making of her and it's incredible things that how she turned the situation around and really I mean I like to think in Florence. You really became Artemisia. She found her own sort of autistic voice and it's why she really gained independence in Florence and she's there for about seven years and then she comes back to Rome very different sort of person she's very much in demand very successful and we know this from letters says from her husband that survived saying you know they've got cardinals and princes around the house all the time. She after music doesn't even have time to eat. She's so busy and then in sixteen thirty she settles also in Naples where she lives till the end of her life at least sort of twenty five years and runs a very successful workshop. I says you pretty much stays in Italy except for a brief trip to London in the late. Sixteenth extent thirties which in itself is quite unusual for women to be traveling internationally. Elaine indeed just one thing about the biography that makes her have a certain currency. Today is as you say in those documents around the trial. It's clear that she is being put on trial. In the trial and and in fact is is is tortured a- as as part of that process I mean laws be made of that and I think there's been a very much more measured reading of those documents in a wider sort of frame. If you like particularly particularly <hes> one social historian Elizabeth Cohen quite a lot of work on actually the documents relating to the trials of young virgins in Roman that period and it seems as a sort of standard way of leading these trials and actually it falls quite within that I wouldn't call it a pattern but within that but if you really read carefully the words mean she was tortured by using the which were these ropes tightened around her fingers while she was in the box but the judge also beforehand is it will right if we do this and it's clear if if you really read the the original Italian it is clear that it's in a way that they're asking if they can torch her to in a way prove her innocence in a sense sort of <hes> just to make sure that what she's saying is actually true and and it is while she's the torturing her with a C._B._S.. That she says you know it's true. It's true it's true. She repeats the what she says is true and so I think in a way it was sort of in supportive her innocence in this situation. I think you can already read in the language. That's used that. It's in a way away to catch tassie out right now. The the making of her in artistically say was was her moved to Florence say something about her experience there what kind coin of Education for instance did she did. She have there and will she in another painter studio straight away. No I think the really remarkable thing is that she sets up independently. She was trained in her father's studio. You know these sort of kind of family workshop tradition existed since the Renaissance and not just in Italy but it was often a father to Assan workshop so it's quite new female members of the family would be involved but as I say after means is not the first loving Fontana. Her father was very successful. So do you know in a way has sort of training. Rome wasn't unusual as perhaps be unusual because she was a woman but the whole learning from your father your trade from your father wasn't unusual the fact of her moving moving to Florence and having to set up independently is the thing that really made her. I think we have no real indication of having a student with with pupils assault. She worked effectively from her has junior. It wasn't her home. Her husband was apparently a painter but very sort of modest kind of renown. She was the very first female MEL member of the Academy in Florence. She was member from sixteen sixteen so you know she. She arrived in around sixteen thirteen within two three years. She's already really established herself. That's a really shows incredible determination but also kind of recognition of her skill and I think it's partly to do with her resilience. I think it will start to do with who she came into contact with in Florence. Not you say how education but also the circles. She moved in one of her great sort of protect us. There was Michelangelo Buonarroti younger who is the great nephew of Great Michelangelo and Artemis is only documented picture in Florence is in the ceiling of one hundred thirty still today and there she is alongside other Florentine artists of her of her time so she seems to have integrators of quite quickly and Florence <hes> and one of her close friends was Christopher. No Laurie won the greatest painters in the seventeenth century in Florence who is also godfather to her son Christopher so she clearly immediately set us you know sort of entered into autistic circles intellectual circles because she was a friend of Galileo and she worked for the MEDICI and did did she carry her Caravan Jasko style that she would have learned in Rome with her two phones or did she very much incorporate new styles and influences from her surrounding same sex. It's such a hot topic. That's so discussed because she has been called a chameleon and and I think as a result of this now many pictures get attributed to her that aren't necessarily by her because you can still use it as a dolphin well. She's communiqu. She changes all the time I think in the kind of broad sense she is quite community. She can adopt US style but it's part of her sort of business strategy. I think so you know she spent twenty five years. Working in Naples pictures look look really neapolitan but of course they would. She's been living in Naples. She's working for Nipples and patrons and I think when she moved to Florence. I think actually more than Caravaggio it is her father is rats. Here's pictures and rats. Here's handling of paint that's most of present in her mind and in the picture the the National Gary bought <hes> <hes> you know the thing that became very clear as as the pitcher was being cleaned as just that technically the way she paints the flash and so on. It's very ratu still very present in her mind. I think we'll sure influences. She's looking at these Florida artists. She's frequenting. She's using Carter analogy that you see in Florentine painting at that time she's also painting pictures for Medici tastes so that it also makes sense but when she comes back to Rome in sixteen twenty that's when Carava Chisholm off to Caravaggio is death ten years after is when cartridges is really the height of its popularity and I think there is definitely a renewed interest in this heightened naturalism start lighting and you can see that in the pictures of the sixteen twenty s can can you say more about the circumstances in which he would have created the specific work which the national now has well. The conservations been really interesting because you know I think a lot of living has been spilt on Artemis but not a huge amount of being written about her technique and I think this is actually played such an important role in actually understanding after media. It's been a lot written about you know dating's and attributions and also sort of the Mall gender-specific interpretation of her pictures in the iconography but I think had technique is absolutely fundamental understanding astounding to me. It's not Jason. Weeding out the pictures that aren't by her that are currently sort of sitting in this sort of limbo so during the conservation the National Gallery painting. We noticed similarities with obviously rats. Here's painting technique we notice differences. The pictures very closely related to two paintings one. That's in Hartford <hes> Connecticut at the Wadsworth which shows is a self portrait of her playing the lute and the other is a sin Catherine in New Jersey and the the suit of similarity between these pictures is not just sort of superficial fullness similarities but she's taken direct borrowings from one and the other. This is almost kind of amalgamation of these two other pictures which she knows sheds. It's light on her practice. You know how did she did. She transfer these designs to choose tracings. I mean we know how far the rats here uses tracings a lot <hes> did she have these three pictures which is in the studio once <hes> did the pro sort of composition evolve in the national painting. Does she know exactly what she was doing. From the very beginning I mean there are certain technical aspects of the pitcher the suggest it did evolve into Katherine. I'm perhaps didn't start its life as Catherine so I'm very interested also in how she uses her own image so the picture in halt that is clearly a self portrait very characterized face and all is a little bit idealized and I think there's been too much discussion in the post about whether picture easel isn't a self reporter. I think there's a kind of disguise self portraiture in a lot of her works where <hes> she would clear have expected people to kind of vaguely recognize her features a note. It was painting by women of a woman who looked like Artemisia but it doesn't necessarily have to be a self Putin a very literal sense. I think that's that's a really interesting aspect isn't it because how much of it is in that is almost like an advocate for for her capabilities and also for for her personality for her strength or strength of character and it's very easy easy to read biography into it isn't it because it's such a striking image and we know about this history of hers. Yes I mean I've had inquiries from the public. Since we announced the acquisition was saying you know other you know signs of torture on her fingers.
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Modi plays Hindu nationalism card to seek re-election
"Election has turned into an ideological battle pitting an inclusive vision of a multifaith nation against the view, the Hindu should have primacy. Justin sing discusses the tactics. Used by prime minister, Narendra Modi and his opponents with Amy Kazman and Stephanie Finley. Nine the band. Police some of John Lear he DACA gig it out on a here. Niane to Don downtown. Why you are. Thank you cut it out. I turn on a. Yeah. League in Wadsworth. Go again in the sun. Are your go go to med goose multi? Somebody's at speak. And the political temperature is adding to the intense heat prime minister, Narendra Modi has been crisscrossing the country giving fiery speeches and so as mR Modi's main rival Rahul Gandhi, the president of the opposition congress party, Amy, it's long and staggered election. But Mr. Modi is a tireless campaigner, what are the main issues? He has been raising at his rallies for prime minister Narendra Modi. This has been mainly an election focused on national security in his first prime ministerial election campaign in twenty fourteen he'd been very very focused on the economy, and he talked a lot about how he was going to accelerate economic growth and get a lot of jobs created to absorb young people trying to get into the workforce. But as economic track record has actually been really patchy. So it's not a very strong ground for him to campaign on but the showdown with Pakistan in February in response to a terror attack in Kashmir that. All India law missiles to an alleged terror training camp in Pakistan, really switched the tone nature of the campaign and diverted public attention away from 'economics to issues of national security, so Mody and the BJP have essentially been campaigning tirelessly on this idea that India is under threat that it faces grave external and even internal threats and that Mody is the strong leader that Indian needs to cope with these threats. These threats include the threat of terrorism from Pakistan. They include the threat of illegal immigration from India's neighbour Bangladesh. And then there is this insinuation that. India is also under threat from internal enemies ranging from India's Muslim minority to secular leftists and Naxalites and that old together the nation needs a strong leader to handle these challenges and threats and that Mody. Who is very much seen as a strong strongman is the leader that India needs to handle these challenges. Congress bodies talk campaigners around Gandhi and his sister Priyanka how does their campaign compared to Mr. Modi's, and what are their main arguments? Modena's definitely an absolutely relentless and tireless campaigner he's a natural campaigner one gets the feeling he probably really enjoys giving these speeches in front of these huge adoring cheering crowds. I'm not sure that Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the congress or a sister Priyanka who's been drafted in as a star campaigner share that love of campaigning that the prime minister has they have struggled. I think to find traction with voters they were on a strong ground in December. When there was a lot of focus on the poor performance of the economy rural distress. And I think their campaign strategy gotta be able to knock after the showdown with Pakistan and the conversation turned away from. The domestic economic issues, but they have been trying to focus on domestic economic issues. Modi's alleged mismanagement of the economy rural distress they've unveiled the scheme that is supposed to see seventy two thousand rupees given to every poor household a kind of a minimum income guarantee scheme that is intended to lift the poorest of the poor out of poverty. So they've been trying to focus on the economy and bring voter attention back away from these kind of ideals of nationalism and some threat to the very real issues of their own pocket books. The best care. Wrong, glenn. He has also been trying to really smear Modi's image with a lot of allegations that he's a thief in connection with a controversial arms deal. We don't know. Which of these issues has really found traction with the voters was the congress able to bring voters back away from the idea of we need a strong leader to defend us against these various enemies. There was real dissatisfaction with Mody on the ground among many voters who had voted for him in two thousand fourteen they were unhappy with his economic performance, and they were inclined to you. I think vote against him. At least some what we don't know. What will only be clear on may twenty third on vote. Counting day is which way they finally went rallies are just one way to reach out to voters. There are also colorful posters multimedia advertisements. And song videos to make a strong push. But social media has emerged as a new factor in these elections, Stephanie how political parties using social media, and what are the factors driving up? It's using this campaign. So in two thousand fourteen prime minister Modi had already emerged as the king of social media in India. And from that time his party has been laying the groundwork for a sophisticated political propaganda machine using social media, mostly using what's up and speaking to party officials. They've said that they want to target every voter over what's app, and it's with very specific messaging speaking to one former data analyst of the party, he said that voters are targeted based on class based on caste based on demographic information based on past voting history. So what we have here is a very big very targeted. And very coordinated campaign from the ruling party and the opposition party. Just doesn't have the resources, and they haven't been able to keep up.
"wadsworth" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"To start. We realized compete you know you've gotTa have an actual car to have something to draw that I mean that's a card that that was expensive to put on. Both I mean from a talent perspective and just from what had the logistics perspective and I haven't seen the file numbers for sure but we made money on it. I think to inmate a lot of waves a lot of people that I've heard from. It's either like the best show or like people say like what's the best measure weekend bishop in officially man and that's the funny thing is that was a match that to look at it on paper to look at that card in almost felt like a throw away and they went out there and just were fantastic the second master I mean they killed it so I was throw. That was one of my favorite ramming granted. I didn't wives like I said I was in and out so I didn't watch any of the other matches in terms of our car that was yeah. That was one of my favorite matches on card. If not my favorite I wanna I WANNA wrap this show up up to like. We always do with five questions okay. It is not five times seven. This is the faith five questions that can you dick let's start with. Catch up on hotdogs catch about nothing totally anti ketchup no catch up now you put on a prayer cheese. Oh wait a minute year in the thorn camp of I'm no condoms that's. I'm the no condiment club we're club yeah. That's doesn't go on anything man and people guys. I don't get day of the hardest time wrapping their head because they're like you'll eat meat balls with with you know social. You'll eat tomato soup bill every other kind of but you won't touch catch up. I'm like no. It's not the same consistency. It's not the same flavor it's not. There's definitely more to the biggest thing you wish. especially as a kid is like oh you won't like tomatoes but you'll have catch up and it's like well catch up isn't just tomatoes tomatoes. There's all it is the ad no I'm team. No condiments okay so to Chicago Style New York Style Pizza New York okay without no doubt near and I was never big on Chicago style. I bought it became set in stone. I spent a week in Rome. Okay back in two thousand three pizza and Rome isn't Justin crossed. It's basically cracker crust okay and it's very little sauce. There is not a ton of sauce on it which is couldn't be more opposite Chicago style pizza. Turn you know Chicago Chicago style pizza me is is is just Dell and I can't and not a fan of doughy pizza no real bready doughy pizza so yeah now New York style without a doubt question number. Three sheets are Wa wa. I love sheets. I'm a sheets guy. I you have to say I've never had while you're just ensures. You didn't even like wall. No see so funny story about that so we're driving and we're like all right. You know we played it by air time. Whenever somebody needs to stop or something eater he's as a bathroom will stop Pedro's real laid back about it so we saw guys starting at Hungary? <hes> you know what's coming up at the next exit. We're looking and I saw a while ago. I was coming up and he pedro never ever heard of while while so but grew up in Akron so he knew new sheets because that was one of the first places in northern Ohio that it really hits so he was like well. What's while so we explain that is this huge rivalry and I light I? I can't read my head around the it's not like the menus are similar to me. Look for everything. I've seen a while as menu. It's essentially subs <hes> Wa wa did have Nina haven't as much experience with it I when I went to Orlando Lando wrestlemainia stopped at one macaroni cheese on like ooh I like I have macaroni and cheese from sheets. Let me try and the thing that I loved about is they actually offered three different sizes. Okay not just here's your macaroni into small if there was like a large and I was like wow oh wow but that's a to me I can't understand. Why is this big fight because I'm like half? The appeal of sheets is fed menu is massive and for me. It was always the fact that they had pretzel bonds. I Love Pretzel Buns Okay but that was actually sheets so I had it. I don't remember where I'd had at one time I think out on the east side <hes> and loved it so when my now wife and I started dating there was a sheets down the street from her parents so that was going to Akron it was hang out with my girlfriend and then when I left I went to sheets has now they're all over you know here on the the west side and the the southwest side <hes> but at the time that was the only one I ever really saw awesome a point two other. I'd love sheets listening to bring back the Vanilla Pepsi freeze ahead because ethics fantastic question number four four s <hes>. Let's go bacon are sausage. I Love Them. Both I think given the option I usually lean towards sausage links patty patty. I was waiting okay. I definitely prefer Patty. There's a couple of places <hes> that I've eaten at that. I'll I'll get the links of status because something let's just a little off if about patties but for the most part given the option and quality being equal <hes> I prefer patties question number five rank the fast food chicken nuggets McDonald's Burger King or Wendy's or an Wendy's not award one-two-three McDonald's Donald's because one I mean Wendy's too and I'm not blown away by Wendy's but I just don't care for for Burger King's very mom. Yeah I mean there's a reason they're a dollar forty nine. I mean it's all their new campaign. ooh You have spicy Doug. It's like yeah it. You're also dollar fifty worse than avenue. That's like the time that I I grabbed <hes> popcorn chicken from a dollar tree for for lunch at one of my jobs and one of the guys who is actually any good. I said well each bite. I think Oh God I remember. I only paid a dollar for this. I got what I paid for. There are definitely those things that it's cheaper and you didn't pay much for. It's it's like this is. I'm getting what I paid for. Screw it yeah now the which surprised me because I love the chicken sandwich. I love the chicken fries. Although I wished they'd bring back the Pretzel Ones Pattern I like pretzels love pretzels with the press across the ones I I didn't notice the difference until I went back to a regular one. After having a pretzel on the press is a little bit more crunch to it and I was like that the chicken fried but yeah they're nuggets. I think I've gotten them once and just not there but even like I said Wendy's Wendy's unease. I'm getting a hall chicken Sandwich before I'm getting the nuggets question number six that i Taylor around my guest for you. I'm thinking who is your Mount Rushmore V._W.. It could be wrestlers. It could be behind the scenes means just Mount Rushmore so mount rushmore sticking to four with it being Mount Yeslam your timings actually perfect because <hes> for those that are patriots subscribers you heard on a recent alternate commentary. There was discussion mainly potatoes idea for but of w hall of fame they asked Him who is who is top five or so. I started thinking about that. I almost actually started a conversation on twitter and I decided to hold off. 'cause subscribe to the Patriot if you want that conversation but four so you gotta go with biggins. He can't can't leave begins off you. GotTa you gotta go Johnny <hes> although when you look at it from time perspective he actually wasn't with us that long. I gotta go with with E.. C. Three I gotta go hotter okay <hes> just because he was the here's the original original it Kinda top guy and and then what he meant to us when he came back so you biggins or Ganal E._C.. Three that fourth spot is where it gets tough. I think that's always gets tough when you have to fill that last spot or to putting on like like this definitely like you get that third one thousand four hundred because there's a lot of guys that I could justify being in it yeah but I'm like I really wanted to be someone someone really big honestly with the the condition of of backstage behind the scenes. Although I think there's a ton of guys based on in ring work you do I would I would look at J._T.. Yeah <hes> just because like I said for for what he meant to all of us period but especially thorn in big ends and and the way they they picked his brain any really kinda poured into it especially towards the end there and in handed the baton of I think you make a strong case ver- J._T.. Be In that fourth spot pretty good Mount Rushmore and like I said there's a ton of guys I could put. Oh yeah you know but I'll go with those for all right in the last minute pledge before we go. I you know just thanks for the support. Thanks for always being out being a a big part of of supporting important shows because without without you guys without the fans you know we're not gonNA put it on an empty building and thanks for for giving me a reason to kind of live a dream for the last twenty years you know as a <hes> as a guy who's not some huge name and wrestling or something I've met guys and and hung out with guys and we come friends with guys that I grew up watching on T._v.. That's awesome. That's in and guys that I've known for years. I get to watch on T._V.. Now Yeah and that's you know even I know for fans. It's a big deal for me. It's a big deal. I love turn it on my T._v.. and seeing ray and seeing Johnny and you know hotter in those guys at even a guy like <hes> like seth rollins early days <hes> that trust me that when I say that it's it's just a surreal to me as it is to to fans who watch them on the shows so thanks for for the past twenty years however very much part of it as you guys were math right your social media use it as much but I don't really the only thing that you'll find Wadsworth on is the the twitter that's just twitter dot com slash Wadsworth. I W I didn't think about it. Yeah see how I was like as the neighboring before or after Wadsworth W here's how I remember if it was before it would be like to w but there's there's not to w zero yeah Wadsworth I W I'm not GONNA lie. You're going to get a lot of re tweets of of WWL spits it gives you missed them and occasionally. 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"With your ticket and build a drink beer all night the fall with the fort locals night. I was gone during four low. Okay so those are the. I thought it was twenty eleven yeah during the height because that was like you brought in to bring an yeah 'cause they were all because you had. That's what I said. You had a different group of guys that were still there a little bit I mean you had the Olsen twins in the heart of their party and the the he had all those guys who some were still there when I came back and we've just got older I think as part of it and the whole scene period has changed you guys that are coming in not many of them are big partners ears their their video game guys and they're you know I think that's that's also just a culture thing just wrestling everywhere because I wonder people talk about the wrestling like N._W._e._a.. Of like all while you know you party day Sean Ric flair <music> Hogan and then now this newer day with like the new day otherwise I can't go back to hotel ruin play games like that's what I ain't someone like. We'll drink but it's not that lifestyle anymore. Yeah so I kind of has affected elsewhere too yeah. Absolutely I think it is true. I mean it's pop. Culture is a whole has shifted a little bit in that aspect <hes> the the nerd culture and not using that and geek culture not using it in a in a bad way. 'cause I fall into that. I'm you know I I love Comic Book Movies. I you know I played my share video games growing up and still play some games on my phone has become almost more mainstream yeah so there is you know as geyser are coming up in that when I talk about having having twenty years ago started that half the students coming out of the school either weren't born or were in diapers still started that this was different newly. Put it in a respected. How would you describe likeness seen now? Just what's your favorite thing about <hes> here local independent general well. I'll tell you it's the same for both there's so much talent out there and there's so much to be consumed. Yeah I think going back to you know you've inside. You almost feel a little spoiled going back to that twenty years ago you know unless you were at NEC w show and our video had a bunch of tapes of stuff for sale. That's how we discovered Japan. You know that's how we discovered the Super J. COP and and death matches and exploding ring matches yeah as we saw label instead of exploiting ring match. What the Hell is that Kinda get that tape you know? I think it's funny that finding out this now people are certain people got. End Death matches because a string mania yeah. I'm a guy we so John and I were little before it because we did get them. At the the shows we got the exploded matches on the death matches so we had some familiarity but strangle mania wasn't long after yet and we'd Love Triangle Mania. We watch that all the time it's it's the big crossover of Gigolos at wrestling besides actually everything that I._C._p.. Did with wrestling the funny thing is years that I was a juggle will never watched it and people have come. Maybe you are juggle. You did what string of into my no. I didn't have access to like to forty. I just out of the store and rent it and I didn't know anyone video stores that you're you know unless you happen to be an what what would had it back that at F._Y._e.. Maybe headed on the shell yeah and then there was always overpriced. Chug lows a little bit of a sore subject sometimes around because the the rude boy show that's right I was canoe. There was something but I couldn't really the only time that we've had a large contingent of jug lows and it's honestly nothing to do with the jugglers themselves. Although is an interesting atmosphere that night you WanNa Talk Wild West. That was a show that was something what year was that <hes> that would have been our second show okay third show. I think seven hills home days fell in the mid so as our second peabody show I think it was our third show overall okay so you're talking two thousand five okay. 'cause I think coming from like actually recently going back to that culture. I think it's changed a lot. Yeah I think if like if you would have a show God loves you wait. Can I see P to have an income to aw love it. That's like the dream booking for for me but I think if the juggles to show up it wouldn't be as rowdy anymore. Yeah 'cause even they even them have gotten older like recently doing some facebook groups about that stuff and it's like people have kids. They're adults so yeah I I still like it because it's not you you know you don't have a bunch of of nineteen year. Olds discovering I._C._P.'s yeah <hes> it's kind of the guys who were into it in the late. Nineties are still into it today so yeah I can see that I could see that that culture is a whole is kind of aged and and settled a little bit but that was <hes> that was a an experience that night <hes> rude boy versus thrill billy almost got peabody shutdown know-how 'cause they they brawled all over the building and it was they were both bleeding and when I say all of the building that included behind the bar which cost peabody's a lot of money because there were bottles of liquor behind the bar they now had one or both blood on on it you know so that had to get thrown out and at the time we were still so they I w itself was born of a little bit of a split the our obviously you've heard of a couple splits in w history w was borne out of a split out of e F W slash Cleveland Championship wrestling and I the most you've heard about it is <hes> is the do kind of being raised about it because he was on the other side of it we started but this was in the the heyday of that and so the health inspectors were called on peabody's the next day. We've never officially verified who called him but we were all pretty sure. We knew who called because hey if you can get our <unk> are building shutdown where we run you know tactic the war codona but yet they know wrestling wrestling wars that was even then I was like this weird and dumb and like none of us are nearly as big of a deal as we're acting like we are. This isn't the Monday night wore his people are billion dollar companies that we're dealing with but yeah no that it was a night to experience and I unless you have an old copy of it. I believe leave that one is officially out of France no because I was the pre smart mark days. I don't think any of us have copies of that there yeah you know that's what I was ones that we kinda berry as just a case. Someone looks up. W for the first time we we don't really want that to be there. I brush yet that pre those priests mark days. Just another one thing that I think a lot is the commentary over the house now how which isn't done as much anymore like that's terrible idea. Oh yeah well as the guy who was doing. It's a horrible idea the crazy thing that I always loved it. I loved about it but if I'm out of show sometimes when something happens I'll go man. I wish I wonder what the commentary commentary team was saying. I said that to a friend who was around around during that time and they were like your immediate. It's horrible you know don't want any granted part of it was <hes> for the majority of the time we didn't my commentary parts. Were terrible up until the days of maybe holidays Michael Michael Cash Benny Boone was good at it. I always enjoyed working with <hes> with Denver Colorado but even that was more the smart Mark Aero with Denver. I didn't do a ton of the live commentary with him. So the live commentary I understand why it was done on and John has has expanded people many times in the past. You know we weren't drawing wrestling fans. We weren't marketing wrestling fans marketing to our friends many of whom weren't wrestling fan and he didn't have this this established base of independent wrestling fans like you do now so we were just while you know our buddies wanted reason to go out on a at the time we'll outta times. There was a Sunday night and all they know is raw the baby nitro but a lot of them weren't big enough wrestling fans to really have watched a ton during the Monday night wars. All they know is what they've seen of of W._f.. Slash W._B.. And their minds they have commentators explaining what's going on the and telling them what's going on so they understand it so that was kind of the idea behind the the live commentary was. How can we replicate what they associate wrestling with that makes sense so that's why it started the problem was I kind of took it upon myself? I said well there's certain ground rules. Kinda have to establish the commentary like we could never talk about any illegal activity and anything that went on behind the referees back and the outside interference a weapons events and I think the REF messed it. Would I would literally have to be like Oh. Tom Don is really tied up with Dr Dan Right now and I couldn't talk about the fact that here's this guy over here with a chair you know hitting his opponent because the referees are deaf they get here the commentary and make them look really bad. That is something of like you could do that. Stuff you know I it was stuff like that that I came up with. I was always real big on listen even more so on live house commentary military than on the stuff we do now on the D._v._D.'s and that you've gotta just call the Action Yeah. You can't be a jokey commentator. You can't be because then you're pulling the live crowd away from the match laughing at what you're saying instead of paying attention to what they're doing in the ring I was like it's a dangerous line because you're going to have some of these guys get really mad. If they feel like your pulling attention and faithfully we never did have that <hes> in part because I I think from day one which made it really hard when I came back and I worked with a guy like Erin who is very stick very jokey was fantastic what he did but I was so used to being so straight laced that I struggled to adapt to struggled to to really play off of the jokes.
"wadsworth" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"With your ticket and build a drink beer. All night was the fall with the Ford locals night. I was gone during forelock. Okay so those are the I thought it was twenty eleven yeah during the height because that was like you brought in to bring a yeah because they were all because you had that's what I said. You had a different group of guys that were still there a little bit I mean you had the Olsen twins in the heart of their party and the the in all those guys who some were still there when I came back and we've just got older I think as part of it and the whole scene period has changed you guys that are coming in. Not many of them are big partners. Here's their their video game guys and they're you know I think that's also just a culture thing. I mean just wrestling everywhere because I wonder people talk about wrestling like N._W._e._a.. All while you know you party Sean Ric flair <unk> Hogan and then now this newer day with like the new day otherwise I can't go back to hotel ruin play games like that's something like we'll drink but it's not that lifestyle on your yeah so I kinda has affected elsewhere too yeah. Absolutely I think it is true. Pop Culture is a whole has shifted a little bit in that aspect <hes> the the nerd culture and not using that and geek culture not using it in a in a bad way because I fall into that I'm you know I love Love Comic Book Movies. I you know I played my share video games growing up and still play some games on my phone has become almost more mainstream yeah so there is you know as geyser are coming up in that you know when I talk about having even in twenty years ago started that half the students coming out of the school either weren't born or were in diapers still started that this is different. You put it into perspective. How would you describe likeness seen now? Just what's your favorite thing about <hes> here local independent general a well. I'll tell you it's the same for both there's so much talent out there and there's so much to be consumed. Yeah I think going back to you know you've inside. You almost feel a little. So spoiled going back to that twenty years ago you know unless you were at NEC w show and our video had a bunch of tapes of stuff for sale. That's how we discovered Japan. You know that's how we discovered the Super J. COP and and death matches and exploding ring matches yeah as we saw label instead exploiting ring match. What the Hell is that Kinda get that tape you know? I think it's funny that now finding out this now people are certain people got into the death matches because a strangle mania yeah. I'm we saw John and I were little before it because we did get them. At the the shows. We got the exploding matches on the death matches so we had some familiarity but strangle mania wasn't long after yet. We'd Love Triangle Mania. We watch that all the time it's it's the big crossover of Gigolos wrestling besides actually everything that I._C._p.. Did with wrestling the funny thing is years that I was juggle never watched it and people like maybe you're juggle. You did what strangle me and I'm like no. I didn't have access to it like I was too. I just out of the store and rented video stores that you're you know unless you happen to be an what the head back that at F._Y._e.. Maybe headed on the shell yeah and then there was always overpriced. Chug lows is a little bit of a sore subject sometimes around because the the rue boy show that's right. I was like yeah. I knew there was something but I couldn't live. Oh that's really the only time that we've had a large contingent of Gigolos and it's honestly nothing to do with the jugglers themselves. Although is an interesting atmosphere that night you WanNa Talk Wild West. That was a show that was something that would have been our second show okay third show. I think seven hills home days fell in the mid so as our second peabody show I think those are third show overall okay so you're talking two thousand five okay because I think coming from actually recently going back to that culture. I think it's changed a lot. Yeah I think if like if you have a show God loves point. Can I see P to have and if you come to aw I love it. That's like the dream booking for me me but I think if the juggle is to show up it wouldn't be as rowdy anymore yeah because even they even them have gotten older like recently facebook groups about that stuff and it's like people have kids. They're adults so yeah. I still like it because it's not you know you don't have a bunch of of nineteen year. Olds discovering I._C._P.'s yeah <hes> it's kind of the guys who are into it in the late. Nineties are still into it today so yeah I can see that I could see that that culture is a whole is kind of age and and settled a little bit but that was a that was an experience that night <hes> rude boy versus thrill billy almost got peabody shutdown know-how 'cause they they brought all over the building and it was they were both bleeding and when I say all of the building that included behind the Bar <hes> which cost peabody's a lot of money because there were bottles of liquor behind the bar they now had one or both blood on it had to get thrown out and at the time we were still so they I w itself was born of a little bit of a.
"wadsworth" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"It's it's this episode. That's coming out this week and I got a bonus episode coming up next this week a little bit longer some giving you the morning now with a w student or just Awa wrestler writer read. It's a it's about a two hour interview and I haven't even begun edited gist yet but I wanted to get this out for the normal episode this week and I figure it's going to be roughly an hour so it's it fits in to what you're used to for the week and then early next week have that in the next week hardy gonNA preview another w show so lot look forward to here on that end. I'm not to hold you back any any longer. There's a fund interview here and it's going to be talked about a little bit at the beginning of the interview. I'll set the scene <hes> I show up to the show. Oh and I'm trying to find a place to do. The interview can't really do it within the venue for two reasons one I can't do it in with actual or the ring is in everything because I'm not necessarily permitted to be there and then like other parts. I couldn't do because inside this venue because this was before gone for the gold it stunk so bad so luckily I got the mobile recorder and I've learned like hey I don't have to confine myself inside and by power source. Yes you know the the stakes batteries and I can I can go off and do like an hour interview and have some fun with it so yeah. That's what we have and that's where this episode comes in and I found a nice little spot and actually tell you where I want to. The interview starts so kickback and enjoy this actually more wrestling centric interview and conversation with and to be president met.
"wadsworth" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"If you so choose a desire resting cheers at g mail DOT COM and we have the merchandiser over at what maneuver dot net like I said this is an interview episode with Matt Wadsworth and two interviews here coming up. It's it's this episode. That's coming up this week and I got a bonus episode coming up next week a little bit longer some giving you the morning now with a w student or just e-e-eddie wrestler writer read. It's a it's about a two hour interview and I haven't even begun edited gist yet but I wanted to get this out vote for the normal episode this week and I figure it's going to be roughly an hour so it's it fits in to what you're used to for the week and then early next week have that in the next week hardy gonNA preview another w show so lot look forward to here on that end. I'm not going to hold you back any any longer. There's a fun interview here and it's going to be talked about a little bit at the beginning of the interview. I'll set the scene <hes> I show up to the show and I'm trying to find a place to do. The interview can't really do it within the venue for two reasons one. I can't do it in with actual or the ring in everything because I'm not necessarily permitted to be there and then like other parts. I couldn't do because inside this venue because this was before gone for the gold it stunk so bad so luckily I got the mobile recorder and I've learned like hey I don't have to confine myself inside and by power source. I you know the the stakes batteries and I can. I can go off and do like an hour interview in some fun with it so yeah that's what we have and that's where this episode comes in and I found a nice little spot and I'll actually tell you where I want to. The interview starts so kickback and enjoy this actually more wrestling centric interview and conversation with Abby President Matt.
"wadsworth" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"On Colorado's morning news. We were of land management officially moving its headquarters to the west. We're going to talk with Senator Gardner next about that. And more after traffic and weather together where you hovering John downtown look at it. A real busy drive. Southbound I twenty five heavy from I seventy six Dow down northbound from Santa Fe real busy drive this morning coming in on sixth avenue, eastbound six avenue. Busy from Wadsworth. Bright sun is a big backdrop and a lot of you're not everywhere. There are some patchy clouds out to the east that are making the kind of spotty drive. But it is definitely affect you. Drive on eastbound sixth avenue coming out of lake but now westbound six Debbie had a crash at Sheridan that quickly clear gruza working crash on southbound Wadsworth at Bellevue this morning. And there was a crash up north Ed I twenty five at county road thirty four the metex. It looks like that's just about clear your text underdrive, very heavy traffic through I twenty five through the tech center. Both directions that southbound drive from Santa Fe that northbound drive from. Yeah. But well before you get the rich gate. Southbound two five is heavy as well. Car fire in the cleanup stages that's out of the east side, a hamlet and gut club. This report is sponsored by belco. For a limited time get a fixed rate lower that four percents APR on a Bill Kovach when he chose London of ten thousand dollars or more. Visit belco dot org membership eligibility required. Equal housing opportunity. Polo subject to approval belco. Banking for everyone next update. Seven twenty KOA. Newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. From Colorado's weather center at CVS four partly sunny with a twenty percent chance for thunder shower this afternoon, mainly on the south east side of town, high sixty one clearing tonight, low thirty seven tomorrow sunny with a high of sixty five right now. Beautiful thirty eight degrees downtown at about seven twelve on Colorado's morning news. Our next guest began the push to relocate the bureau of land management to the west in two thousand sixteen now confirmation that's going to happen. Senator Cory Gardner joins us live to talk about the move. And why Colorado should be happy about that? Good morning. Senator good morning. So you and secretary.
"wadsworth" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And then Wadsworth add gills to on the west side of town around jewel and a couple of problems around hamden crash at tower in hamlet and the other one onto eighty-five hamden at Colorado, your CBS, four weather clear tonight down to forty five increasing cloudiness, tomorrow, breezy and warm and a high of seventy nine it's seventy one right now. This report is sponsored by Ray. Rain dance. Northern Colorado's most anticipated community need, a new home interferred. She has to in twenty five thousand dollars toward a new home during the rain dance dance community grand opening festival rolling giveaways, free food model home tours may fourth and fifth in Windsor. No purchase necessary for ficials sweepstake rules. Go to rain dance, Colorado dot com. Five forty five or next update. KOA newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. This is firefighter Raphael. Poor yet for firehouse subs. Introducing new firehouse pairs pair, your favorite small sub with a signature side, like the awesome, five cheese, MAC and cheese. And remember portion of every purchase at firehouse subs goes towards helping first responders firehouse subs. Joy more subs saved. More lives. Participating locations only firehouse subs. Donate a minimum of one million dollars in two thousand nineteen. Foundation by donating point one one percent every purchase. Right now, the Republic factor. Vicky clearing dot dresses. In nineteen ninety nine. Thank you. Factory cast Lou. Burs Monday morning podcast is unqualified podcast their big break Conan O'Brien needs a friend fogcast throwing shade Kinney WPF with Marc Maron and many more and this week. It's comedy podcast week your music your stations and number one for podcasts. For all worth financial, formerly had some McLean. More great services, but still advice. That's in your best interests one hundred percent of the time any questions about social security. You're not alone just about everyone does. So all worth has created a social security video tutorial that covers everything you need to know about when to apply spousal benefits..
"wadsworth" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Seven th street in Wadsworth avenue, and why PD Commissioner James O'Neill says one of the officers chased the suspect on foot twenty year by parking lot. Then bullets flew the suspect, then fired three rounds at the police officer was struck into right armpit. Wound would officer fires back. One time. The wounded officers partner shot the suspect killing him as for the injured officer. He's in good spirits medifast. I'd say that he's in great spirits. I'm rob Dawson for seventy seven WABC news. The White House is claiming President Trump has been. Vindicated by special counsel, Robert Muller's report on Russian election interference smaller did site some instances where aids ignored some of the president's directives to hinder the investigation. Their attorney Rudy Giuliani says Trump did not commit a crime. We're going to start making moral judgments about everybody in public office love nobody in public office. It's not over though as congress has the report in its hands. Correspondent Linda Kenyon special counsel made clear that he did not exonerate the president, and the responsibility now falls to congress told the president accountable for his actions Representative Jerrold Nadler, the powerful, chairman of the House Judiciary committee attorney general William bar who presented the report at a news conference was roundly criticized by many Democrats, including Nadler who said bar was far from Jek give bars words and actions suggests he has been disingenuous and misleading Nadler's calling on special counsel, Robert Muller to testify as soon as possible and attorney general William bar will appear before both house and Senate committees the first week of may. Linda Kenyon, Washington. The murder of a college student from New Jersey has prompted some new safety. Notifications for Uber. Rioters on the company's ride sharing app. WABC? Bob Brown is stone abor Shaffi app confirms. It's the correct person picking you up the notification will include the driver's license plate making model of their car and the name and photo ID of the driver the changes coming just two weeks after the murder of university of South Carolina student and New Jersey native Samantha Josephson who got into a car. She thought was her Uber ride. I'm Bob Brown for seventy seven w ABC news, traffic and weather. Nets.
"wadsworth" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And their healthcare. We'll go live to DC and talk about it next right after traffic and weather together with our own John Morrison. We've been doing pretty good this morning. Oh, we're slow in the usual spots. Southbound two to five Parker road into the tech center. Southbound I twenty five from Santa Fe the downtown drive on northbound I twenty southbound I twenty five pretty heavy past twentieth. I seventy you've got pockets of slowing especially at elevated portrait between I twenty five and two seventy. But that crash we've got a couple of crashes the crash on C four seventy ad Wadsworth. That is not gone, but it is off the highway. It's been moved to the right shoulder. You're still heavy well before Kipling on that drive on eastbound C, four seventy as you make your way past Wadsworth the crash in between Wadsworth and Santa Fe. Are you still got a lot of delays on northbound? I twenty five there was a crash after Toma road that looks like it has been clear to but it's still a real heavy drive starting just after. Larks for your drive on ice. Seventy six heavy westbound coming down from the highway eighty five interchange where you come down from Henderson in Brighton. From ninety six all the way down to two seventy and then on out to the Vata area and Wadsworth that westbound. I seventy six drive is pretty heavy to seventies loaded up in both directions. Your turnpike drive, still good. So does that diagnosed between Longmont and boulder, and let's check that drive. Southbound I twenty five still heavy from Loveland from highway thirty four there was an earlier crash at Johnson's corner. This report is sponsored by indeed dot com. Indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring. We're business owners and HR professionals Caboche job openings for screener questions than sort of you communicate with candidate through an online dashboard. Learn more at indeed dot com slash higher. Next update. Seven thirty KOA. Newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and.
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Veteran shot by cops in own home may not have heard commands to drop gun
"Tomorrow eighty six so slightly cooler in some areas and there will be a better chance for some thunderstorms as we head towards Friday afternoon and evening temperatures are back to the nineties this weekend with an isolated chance for some storms on Saturday from CBS four. I'm meteorologist Lauren Whitney on. KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM right now partly. Cloudy skies ninety degrees in Broomfield Aurora police chief Nick met says his officers told a homeowner five times to drop his gun before they shot and killed him Monday. Morning Richard Gary black adjust shot and killed an intruder who attacked. His grandson in his, home when officers came in chief met says black may not have heard the command. Unfortunately one of the things, that the family shared with. Us today was that Mr. black Hetty significant hearing impairment that he received. From his service in the, military bet says it was a Chaotic scene child told officers that the intruder Dijon Harper at. Attacked him the off the child, was screaming that the suspect Mr. Harper was the one that assaulted him and gave pretty graphic details. At that immediate time of what had just happened to him chief met says the family has asked that the. Police body camera. Video not be released a Lakewood motorcycle cop is in the hospital after he was in, a three vehicle accident at colefax advance. Today commander Reeves says the officer is in serious condition one other person was hospitalized from one of the other vehicles we've says, motorists, have to, be extra vigilant around motorcycles ability is little motorcycles are typically smaller than. Cars some motorists really have to be, aware of any any kind of motorists. Are, motorcycles around them and as you heard Erin tell us colefax 'em Wadsworth has been a colefax rather from Wadsworth to Taylor has been reopened it was closed for several hours as they Investigated a top forensic experts says remains turned over by North Korea are consistent with being. Americans Dr John Byrd told reporters at the Pentagon today that. The bones appear to be from the Korean war and its first to Friday weekend the Santa Fe neighborhood is a hot spot for its numerous galleries and exhibits tomorrow will be huge. Food trucks galore, rolling in for a multi block food booze and music party this will. Be happening. Near west eighth avenue in Santa Fe it's officially football season the NFL hall of fame game is underway in canton, Ohio between the bears and the..