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"william clayton" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"I'm feeling good at the number of al how you doing today jobs wonderful love you so as usual and I'm Sam always still prefer you know that okay yes and and I I heard the the the the monuments was was William Craig well William Clayton Powell junior Adam Clayton Powell G. yes okay yes there are deal I was listening to all but end up I was listening to some live a number of current hello recorders or YouTube this morning thank you know he seems to be all very handsome was influential in our outside listening and you don't try to read up more on them because you seemed like a very consistent person as well but the resort called today because they are all about I'm a big fan of his and a big fan of the Bible that will there are active just listen up who don't give the order that we should all go out and go to work the Miramar your mobile babble you know we have we have all the people telling the the right but of the stand and in close our doors because we love the love we love this place we know one of the ones that are people but you know you have this man child for the out and close the circle motivates and if we don't get sick enough where we that we all go through the bill soon as we can also pass along to people that handle that we can also hurt as well so my thing is I'm gonna make this sort of the if you don't know the lord find out who he is and if you do a little lower well why don't we at least try to rekindle a relationship with him open this weekend first author of the memory of who is really in charge and what is planned for low and what we have to do to further his cause alarm because both you get if we let our light shine the end of the Arab world people see people reflect on it and people are amazed by who you are and who you represent even if they don't know the lord hello you can be there like this size by your actions don't forget he doesn't want us to always be both arms are the guys that are you know one of the big crowd and you know the middle if you want to be home all at all time and people will see that and thank you all right thank you for your call I definitely go yes a lot of questions thank you for your call and thank you for your prayers Charles they're much less water and drew in Hampton Virginia act out of Andrew Hey how you doing I'm shocked at all right now you are right the question I want to hear S. 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N. yes you can you could have somebody say that order vice president affirmative terrible somebody's congressman where is OJ because I'm a I'm a OSHA OSHA OSHA professional and all the stuff that they're dormant specially about the the about about the meatpacking places and also the also to six the six all three distance and everything moves right words OSHA words ocean where is the problem later we need we need all sure that's their best they deal with workplace workplace safety have a comment that's a very good question thank you for that I will try to see what we can do thank you for your call let's go to Lawrence in grand prairie Texas large yeah I'm taking my call Riverdale I get a good question I needed a straight up answer come will often enough but yeah adult adult support Donald Trump because I like him I'm an independent I support Donald Trump because he who he's a tool against those who are doing that and for the black community and those who are trying to hurt the black community Donald Trump is against illegal immigration we get a Democrat who will support him because of the black people well you can even get reparations Donald Trump is against the gay community we got black representatives who speaking at Gage deserve more rights than the descendants of enslaved people you know what it boils down to it where where first of all first of all you have blacks that immigrants Donald Trump advocates stopping first criminal justice procedures he called on the execution of five innocent black young men he called neo **** five people that were marching to protect a Confederate flag and what Democrats say they wanted more rights for gays and blacks thank Cory Booker I all rights Cory Booker city once more rights for gays and blacks what I mean come on let's be let's be straight up large current book and never said that you know he knows he happens said it was with me right now said you are don't give information out faults with the union stuff if you call me what I support would you are dead wrong god no Democrats you can name any is that I want to see more rights for gays and blacks they've said they want to write for now they say they have got with a minute women don't need this this talk straight up because when you go after you you doing you wrong I support it when I feel you've given incorrect information we got discussed that too there are no people I've heard say to give gave more rights than blacks in this that is a mistake thank you god bless all the gate you the fan on okay you right and I stand corrected and let me let me put it like this they may not say specifically that day you deserve more rights than black but black people don't have no special law on the protection but gave me faith but we had a law called the voting rights act to protect us from having people tell well how many of jelly beans and a job and we had laws that dealt with affirmative action over which trump was opposed to so when you like trump did you get all like would you say it because trump supported the measures against affirmative action Donald J. trump what Riverdale didn't bill Clinton we can no longer be permitted action when we do he didn't pull double trouble posed what what we have now sits on one hand half a dozen guys excellent tool pulls something is to say I don't want it at all and now he's put people on the Supreme Court now well done Bill Clinton we can affirmative action how hello all right right now you get more access to that data no no no all you gotta do you make a statement back of the stage what did Bill Clinton we can affirmative action okay I'm a product of affirmative action does not get much did Bill Clinton due to weaken affirmative action what what title seven I think he stop the jets department from a force that certain right under title seven I'd have to pull up all this information where you could call me back thank you for your call I mean we go deal with facts and a lot of good brother got a good reunion grade but he will call me in a couple of factual Donald Trump we got to back them up with facts thank you for your call all right let's go to Michael in the Bronx New York Michael hi eleven now god bless you for putting up with that sort of stuff but I had to call because after what we saw in the Michigan state capital just a couple days ago let's not make mistake about this that I know he'll be in agreement with this that was a direct result of trump's tweet of liberate Michigan liberate Virginia always invoking the second amendment and to all of this we saw these people stormed into the U. S. capitol armed and dangerous it's always a miracle that there was no grand shots but once again by late atmosphere something which we never see on your end and you are out and when it comes to people protest it's get that straight but then after the scene once again a near catastrophe and once again while using people in his cult exposing themselves and it's cold but nineteen atmosphere which state global wind up bomb getting affected and meanwhile he's staying inside you know behind closed doors I wish Congress even though we try to teach me already I'll see anything wrong with trying a peach on once again but why not in bulk the twenty Fifth Amendment as well I mean yeah people keep saying that we are all about November twenty twenty I I'm agreeing with that well we would still months away and we see that kind of damage has been done away with loss of innocent lives because of trump my concern is that will be on the white if people don't take action against him right now if he's committing a crime just like any other criminal you don't wait till election day to take action you put a stop to it right now so don't you have to have his cabinet all of the US Senate and Congress takes the action Pretoria that's what I was going to be my next question as to who does that that somebody in the house I have the authority I think it has to be the Congress and the Senate or his cabinet all come together I mean again I'll I'll look here you make a recommendation on what would have to be done all because if you if we could not get the Senate to convict him on impeachment I don't know how you get them to sign off on the twenty fifth of men and that's it and that's the one that they have backed down and that's it the victim happen to be one of their loved ones I don't know all right thank you for your call let me go to Veronica and they will not give you the and Veronica yeah thank you are related article put out by host host it says senators demand answers about Jared Kushner's role industry medical supplies and it kind of comes out turns out that I love it well you know last month a lot of the states were demanding all these medical supplies that they couldn't fine so and and we will grant have run out of room so what these days that done they've gone overseas to Korea to China the one that they've got medical supply them but trump wants to control those medical supplies so he created a project called project air bridge where all of the requests for medical supplies have to come through the air bridge and he put Jerry questioner over it and Jared Kushner he says the other request to six different company at least six different companies control the price and they control the medical supply but what they're doing and I'll tell you this if companies are cardinal.
"william clayton" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"william clayton" Discussed on Cincy Jungle
"You're going to see on the open market around the waiver wire brandon marshal was this <hes> you know with the oakland raiders he was recently. Let go so. He may be a guy. The bangles kick the tires on. He wasn't fully healthy. He was kind of regaining in his. He claims he was kinda. Regained regaining his form during the preseason didn't give his best showing but he's ready to go now if you read his twitter and other social media account council that may be a guy that the bengals look at again kiko alonzo. It should be available for trade. A couple of offensive linemen may be available for trade but the price tag there. I would be very high and then of course there's martinez rankin kid who was like oh by the texans among many other people. Some of these guys may not even beyond on that that we're talking about may not even be on the bengals radar and vice versa so <hes> even so. I don't i do not think that the roster as it was presented on saturday afternoon to all of us is a is a final product. I think there's going to be some some file tweaking. We're gonna gonna get out of here just to recap real quick on the final roster in case you are just joining us or in case you're wondering of all the names of angles get three quarterbacks andy dalton ryan finley and jake dollah salleh. Obviously that would probably be the depth chart order as well running back. The bengals kept three joe makes giovanni bernard and trade beyond williams again probably the depth chart their wide receiver. The bengals kept seven a._j. Green tyler boy john ross alex berenson damian willis out in tate. Josh malone green is not set that to play for at least week one. We'll see what happens beyond that. The bengals kept four tight end c._j. Tyler i for drew sample and season carter. They kept eight offensive lineman as of as of saturday cordy glenn michael jordan dre hawkins john miller bobby <unk> andre smith billy price in o'shea dugas they they kept eleven defensive lineman went heavy there carlos dunlap geno atkins andrew billing sam hubbard kara lawson ryan glasgow. Josh tubo andrew brown rennell ran carrie win and jordan willis. It went light at linebacker kept only five again. That's probably one of the spots they may look at boosting with outside help. Nick vigil preston brown around jordan evans germain pratt hardy nickerson. They only kept five cornerbacks william jackson drako patrick v._w. Web darius phillips tony mcrae worth noting that dark has denard is on the pup list as is joan williams the rookie so that affects both the cornerback group and the offensive line group in how those comprised at at safety they have jesse based a third sean williams clayton federalism and brandon wilson they kept floor there and then of course the three specialists clark as kevin huber and randy bullock so that's as of saturday afternoon evening. That's your bengals roster. Thanks for tuning.
"william clayton" Discussed on Cincy Jungle
"Bengals went heavy on defensive line where josh suppo <unk> and andrew brown both made it jordan willis also made it <hes> <hes> so dunlap atkins billings hubbard loss in glasgow to brown ran win in willis are your eleven defensive lineman. The bengals also also gave us a little bit of a surprise at linebacker did keep five <hes> but vigil preston brown jordan evans germain pratt hardy nickerson makes it over sean davis. That's that's probably an area where the bengals will look to add some depth as well through the waiver wires. My guess is they may look adding as a you know at least one. Maybe even up to two the players through waivers. It probably linebacker in somewhere on the offensive. Line is my guest cornerback a little bit of a different look here or william jackson drako patrick v._w. Webbed areas phillips in twenty mccray. Make it obviously the dinard injury has a has an impact act there in devante harris did not make it you can add an up and down preseason some wild plays and then some penalties and other issues that that hurt him dairy phillips showed enough as a return man and backup <unk> defensive back at that the team wanted to keep him to vary russell is is is also waived so he is no longer on the team their safety the bengals <hes> went with jesse bay sean williams clayton federal him and brandon wilson than of course clark as kevin huber and mandy bullock are your specialists so <hes> you know that's that's kind of where we're at right now and this is probably going to change the he wavered wire. Claim deadline is sunday at noon eastern so i know i said i was going to come on the air only on sunday but just given this roster news. I felt we had to do today and then of course if the bengals make some moves tomorrow as well being sunday we will be on the air and and take <unk> ask some questions and comments as well but at least give you the news here about the roster and then of course if any waiver claims are made anthony michael cade paid asked <hes> y three quarterbacks could use depth somewhere else well <hes> i agree with you on the could've used depth somewhere else unfortunately really only the guys they got rid of. I mean are they really going to provide a ton of really the depth that they would be looking for. It should be on the waiver wire should be out there from outside players so <hes> i think i think that <hes> taylor being a former quarterback. He's got the pedigree of grooming quarterbacks. He's got a soft spot for that position. Obviously he thinks older golic could be developed into something special whether that's a career n._f._l. Backup or i don't dunno spot starter or something like that. <hes> he obviously played pretty well. Throughout the preseason and the team likes him. They felt that they wanted to hang onto him in that they would not be able to keep him on practice squad so that's why they went heavy there. I do agree offensive. Line and linebacker are very light in terms of both talent and numbers <hes> so so and that may change right dole. It might be one of those casualties icy him. Maybe being a bit safer than a hardy nickerson and o'shea dugas or others <hes> <hes> that that are on the team but we'll see how that shakes out sunday is the day that they will be making waiver claims jeremy coon. Probably i'm gonna need three quarterbacks without offensive line yeah. I'm a little worried about that. A little worried about the house things are comprised of course they've they face seattle autoweek. One in seattle just swung a big trade for david clowney obviously bringing more potential matchup issues to the bangles add in their week one match up on the road in seattle.
"william clayton" Discussed on Overdue
"That there at the house that his uncle uncle built <hes> again. Jane tarzan looks at jane and decides she quote exists to be protected again unclear where he's getting these these thoughts. It's probably his ready terry. Nobleman secure classic woman thing <hes> tarzan does sneak in at night and reads a note that jane wrote out to her friends <hes> presumably to be mailed if they were ever rescued. She's from like they're from america. <hes> he learns that the quarters went on a journey to find this treasure that has since been taken by the mutineers and buried <hes>. She confesses to not loving william because she doesn't like nobleman women and tarzan's like cool. She's single well and he also seems very interested in tarzan. Let's not he does. He's pretty indo tarzan. Tarzan draws the conclusion that yes. This lady's definitely single. I'm going to write my name at the bottom of the letter. She was writing to someone else. It just says tarzan of the apes he leaves it <hes>. He leaves her another note that lemme find the passage. <hes> leaves her another note. It says i am tarzan of the apes. I want you. I am yours. You are mine. We live here together always in my house. I will bring you the best of fruits the tenders dear the finest meats that roam the jungle. I will hunt for you. I am the greatest of the jungle fighters. I will fight for you. I am the mightiest of the jungle tangle fighters. You are jane porter. I saw in your letter when you see this. You'll know that it is for you and that tarzan of the apes loves you. You know when people write their own wedding vows. I find it kind of hit or miss sometimes but these are this is very sweet now. Of course she does not get to read need this note because one of the apes has kidnapped her. <hes> turkey ause has returned because because not turkey because <hes> the apes did not want to be ruled by him they exiled him and he he said that while he just kind of you know decided by himself he had seen this white lady and he was like wong going to make my own tribe with her. You know very very good king kong kind of stuff. <hes> and tarzan tracks her down. He kills her 'cause with his knife and immediately. He and jane make out immediately like he kills a. It's happens very quickly. It's like the most disappointing wrestlemainia like final bout like it's over in san gins and they rush into each other's arms they make out for a moment the first in her young life she knew the meaning of love and then she and then she recoils in his basically like you i kissed kissed a wild monkey man and how to deal with her feelings so they spend some time like in the jungle together. She thinks he's hot as hell. She refers to him as perfect creature. He isn't sure how to feel about what he wants because he knows that turkey ause was going to meet with her by force he doesn't really we know what men do because he's like. I have the same feelings but how do i like interact with her. <hes> because of course they can't talk and this this is where like the movie would do like me jane. You tarzan stuff ryan. This never happens. He is wearing like a locket with pictures of his family. Leeann it. He gives it to her. She kisses it and like to say thank you i guess and then he uses it again and burrows calls this a a heredity in <hes> hereditary instinct of graciousness and he expends like two pages talking about how does being near jane is is like awakening the nobleman in him which is because it's all because it's on his blood it is yes. It's all it's all in there already correct and a lot of it. He found found slash invented himself. Obviously he's still he's still got a lot of a lot of ways to go. Yes some french dudes led by lieutenant senate d'arno <hes> they arrive having dealt with the boat of mutineers <hes> they it's so french. It's so oh like they hear that. Jane was abducted and a dude. Literally yells moon jae laura <hes> they tell the story about how the mutineers none none of them knew how to navigate and so they just got lost and they started asset classic french they they khanna went mad and started to each other so like i guess that's boroughs like trying to balance the scale by saying like even the white men can be like crazy. Crazy wild beasts to write write a fine then we get into what i think is like the worst part of the racist elements of this book because there's a lot of them <hes> the frenchman go out into the jungle to try and find jane while they're leaving tarzan drops jane back off the house so all of this is not the quote unquote savages <hes> capture d'arno almost kill him. Tarzan saves him and you get little asides were boroughs as like well. They're only they're only being so savage because as the evil belgians colonized their lands as if that's supposed to make it better when d'arno says stuff lake as he's like looking at the people capturing him the bestial faces daubed with color the huge mouths and flabby hanging lips the yellow teeth sharp filed the rolling demon is the shining naked bodies the cruel spears shirley. No creatures really existed upon earth. He must indeed be dreaming and it's this close third person point of view where error if boroughs were actually being even-handed he would make it more explicit that those are dr knows views and not just like partially how borough is seeing things also sure <hes> so. That's the stuff where you're like man. This is crappy him bad <hes> <unk> some of the frenchman die and they go back to camp. D'arno is taken away by tarzan's so they don't know where he is. They get back to camp and jane's like i'm alive and they're like aweso sad that people lost their lives because of <hes> jane and william clayton konaga in a bit of a fight because because he loves her and wants to marry her. She's clearly has the hots for woodmen <hes>. She doesn't know it's tarzan right and he's like yo what if he's a cannibal and she's like. That's a mean thing to say about someone you've never met before. They decide to wait a few days for d'arno to maybe like comeback back with tarzan or something and it doesn't happen so they sail away to america. D'arno teaches tarzan french because he doesn't know how to speak english english that well. Why don't you can learn languages within days. Yes there's a whole section where they are writing to each other in english and d'arno is really weirded out and so he just start speaking in french like tarzan at one point says may we before like carrying him through the trees very silly how they are pretty french yup and like there's a there's. I don't need to go into it because there's a lot of little beats that are fine and whatever it's mostly d'arno teaches tarzan very very quickly how to be a gentleman and wear clothes and like get ready to go to europe. He has to ten g not so big tucked in a little tiny. My fair tarzan into the yes into the middle of this involves was him winning a bet against some dudes like you can't kill a lion with just a rope and a knife and he's like let me take goes. Let me take off my clothes and i'll go do it right now. Hold hold my beer. He says that's how he gets ten thousand francs which he uses to like pay for their journey to europe. <hes> d'arno stays behind to be like i'm gonna look up your lineage because i think thank you are lord greystoke son and then we cut to america. There's a dude called robert candler who sucks who's blackmailing jane's dad into marrying jane. She says she tells william. I'd rather marry a dude. I hate than a dude. I respect but not love which is william <hes> they go to wisconsin for a reason. There's a fire and jane out for a walk 'cause she's so frustrated with everything and there's a fire and she gets trapped and tarzan shows up and he's like found her and he saves her and he asks it's sort of marry him and with like i get that he has changed his whole situation and changed his life to follow her to america to be with her but why why does like tarzan care what weddings are or being married is like how does this. It's in his bligh gas. If you've accepted that he can reverse engineer that written language is even a thing because it's in his blood. Yeah i guess then you've got to accept that. He's just got you know. He loves weddings. He loves the dave christian values. It's all it's all in there nightly to deal with it and know your problem. If you don't believe in that's fair he makes candler. Go away by almost killing him. He doesn't for jane <hes>. She can't continue penton mercy. Yes i know we bear real picky point. Jane tells tarzan she isn't sure that she could be with him because he still lives like creature of the jungle she very hastily says yes to a proposal from william of marriage who has no idea about the whole tarzan thing <hes> <hes> and then when she comes back to tarzan. She's like well. I promise william so. I need you to leave because we can never see each other again. 'cause we'll be too sad and he gets word that he is in fact lord grey stroke but instead of telling william which would like take all of williams titles from him because yes he is actually the heir to to that lineage tarzan is just like yo. My mom was able to tell you the story sometimes later and then the book is like wanna to learn more about lord grey stroh king of the apes the next book and that's tarzan. That sounds great. It sounds just great. I was surprised that it did not that. The whole like jane teaching tarzan to be a human in things was not part of the book. All that was looking for more my fair tar that is so ingrained in my expectation of the story that i was honestly very surprised prized. It was like a random frenchman. I'd never heard of now is that is that coming from your <hes>. Let's make how familiar the disney movie yet because i as i was reading about the two thousand sixteen adaptation and ways that modern adaptations have tried to kind of steer around the inherent dated miss us and john carter the way the disney movie handles is just by zooming and so tight on tarzana jane that anything l. ceases to exist so you kind of put your head in the sand and you ignore it yeah but but yeah like the the guardian in peace i read in particular make say compelling argument like there. There is only so much you can do and this has come up with like other other characters like james bond and and some other like there's only so much you can do to modernize a character who has intrinsically like dated aspect's aspect's sure. We're just like you might as well be making another character. So what are you doing yeah. You're only using tarzan at that point for marketing value and i and the fact that you are.
"william clayton" Discussed on Overdue
"To think that because i discovered it. I must have invented joe. He is disrupting being an left and right. He does get get like beat up by that. Ape and kala hasta like help him recuperate <hes> the gorilla that he killed with stabbing <hes> and he goes back to get his knife and then he starts hanging around the human house and he basically teaches himself to read having no idea what languages yeah that happens. He just starts looking at the pictures just intuit's that <hes> the words for boy is a pattern that repeats heats that correspond to a picture of a boy like him <hes> and he then just kinda reverse engineers the written word word which helps him to learn that he is a man and that the that the monkeys and gorillas and stuff are apes <hes> cool all you know is that a right now and he is not like told any. He's not told any of his other apes about it. This is a big problem i have he's learning about ropes. He's learning about stabbing having he learns languages and he isn't like talking to his mom about it. He's not like hey mom. Why don't we write. Does he talk to her about anything know or does he have a disease. It sounds like he would have like some kind of a innate knowledge of himself as different from these apes like and you brought this up earlier when he sees himself and they're really sweet nice mir that these apes house true that he you know he. He knows he's not like them. So i guess it does make a certain amount of sense that he wouldn't like chattanooga reserve. That wouldn't be like hey. I invented stabbing today. Hey yeah and there's like a whole ceremony that the apes have where they like killed a gorilla and they beat a big drum that they have unclear where it came from <hes> and they like go in and like eat it and he uses his knife to cut off a particularly good guerrilla steak and one of other apes gets really mad at him and he kills it with stabbing and he tells all the other apes i am. I have a good killer. Respect me <hes> and they talk well. This is an unclear. The apes do occasionally use like dialogue like they do speak to each other like like earlier. Kerr chac says to kala let us leave him quietly sleeping among the tall grasses that you may bear other and stronger apes to guard us in our old age age again. That's just boroughs like translating eight speak. I guess there's not a lot of talking to apes that happens opens in this book he great he quickly realizes that he is way smarter than them and like ni- interested <hes> he also thinks hey i gotta get closed because is apparently men were closed and that's how they separate themselves from animals otherwise what is the point 'cause. They're terrible <hes> though during a rainstorm him. He realizes that he would be warmer if you were wearing clothes <hes> so he does like he doesn't succeed but he does kind of come up with the desire to kill a lion. Lyons said he can wear it skin. Which you know who hasn't done that right right <hes> by eighteen he can bring much read anything and all the books <hes> unclear what books he's reading. It seems like maybe there'd be some philosophy that he wouldn't really understand <hes>. I guess he knows about c._d.'s at. This point doesn't really know what they do or anything. It really feels like of course the the reader would know that these things were things things but i don't know how somebody with zero context intuit's all of this stuff caress off and my my understanding from reading stuff about tarzan. He is superior to everyone around him. Yes well so the that an overarching theme of the book and this is i think even from boroughs own words about tarzan is that he was interested did in heredity versus environment so his idea being i took the noble sire of a noble british woman and and this guy who by blood is going to be predisposed to being like an upper crust genius and said what if he was raised in the jungle oh by apes and like at what point does the nobleman start to emerge out of his blood and you know predisposition -sition right because it's it's a hereditary thing like of jefferson and eight yes of course of course he's innately like a roman god <hes> and who's a genius so like any time that you think like whoa how did he learn grammar though like you just have to know that his ancestors ancestors have been sipping tea and oppressing people for like centuries in his blood his blood. Maybe he learned from his grammar the hammer so he's got his his grandpa is grammar yup yep. That's what he's got he does the only thing is mom told him about where he comes from is that she's his mom. This is the mccollough and and that she like had him with like some white ape which he is learning he. He's not quite sure what to do that information <hes> but he knows that he's not a straight like normal ape deep boy. We get like a brief interlude. Wear a tarzan starts to encounter actual other men <hes> a tribe bribe of <hes> african natives unclear. I think they're from the congo but is unclear like what specific tribe they might correspond to because burroughs doesn't i don't really care <hes> they have been displaced by conflict with white colonists but we do so like there's an innate great thing that burrows at least nodding to wear any of the <hes> like native african people we encounter encounter who do bad stuff in this book and are not portrayed well <hes> that they are also at the mercy of like colonial forces purses mulcher mostly blamed on the king of belgium but because i guess the guy started don't give you start on the king of belgium but then you get sentences like this but that which meant freedom and the pursuit of happiness to these savage blacks meant consternation and death breath too many of the wild denizens of their new home which sets up a weird power structure were like also he's using the term savage just very loosely in bad. Oh you leaders worse but also like tarzan. The white savior boy is now being threatened by encroaching natives not great but <hes> just a weird thing to do yeah <hes> anyway one of the <hes> men kalinga <hes> he goes hunting kills tarzan's mom with a poisoned arrow. <hes> tarzan ends up avenging her after f- tracking columbia for a while realizing that he's going to like that he's tracking dude dude. He wants to learn about killing with these eros of course because they're super powerful and they like kill you poison. Even though it doesn't really know a poison is <hes> i will say he does use his like rope and noose trick on a dude before stabbing him and it's just a very loaded image to encounter in tarzan. It's bad. He does not eat kalonga though he has to decide not to. That's just a a line. He won't cross. He says that's that's good of him. <hes> cannibalism being aligned that like separates men from beasts i suppose <hes> he starts like haunting kalang as village village and like stealing arrows from them. He does end up killing kirk. Check becomes king of the apes where they are like rating raiding food from these villagers at night <hes> but being kings sucks because none of the apes are as smart as him <hes> so he gets in one last last fight with a group called turquoise invents the half. He's a names man. They're pretty good. It's like every every name. He rejected from tarzan. He just gave to some us add so limited was their vocabulary that tarzan could not even talk with them many new truths and the great fields of thought that his reading had opened up before his longing is or make known ambitions which stirred his soul which is basically every kid who comes home from college and it's like yo- my parents don't get it. They don't yeah well. I was studying in english class political science. We're lands far now. <hes> turquoise house tries to fight him. He invents the half nelson. Hold <hes> and instead of killing. Her 'cause makes him actually submit which is a new thing. Mercy is a new thing <hes> and he's like listen. I'm not going to be your king anymore. Because this sucks. Choose your own leader leaving. <hes> cool need you to know that i'm better than you but i don't need to be around to like make you do stuff. Yes correct <hes>. We get another check in that he's super hot. He invents shaving with his knife so that he doesn't look like a by having hair all over his face <hes> he steals clothing from the villagers that he can look more like like a man <hes> then he does witness a mutiny on another boat <hes> and he can tell that the people who have been let down on a smaller smaller boat coming to shore <hes> are gonna wind up at the house that his you know he doesn't know but his dad built so he martin luther style leaves. A note nailed the door. Because of course he can write that says this is the house of tarzan. The killer of beasts and many black men do not harm the things which are tarzan's tarzan watches signed tarzan of the apes again not sure how you learned grammar right this of course is the first i passive aggressive note that a white person ever left about something related to his living space through he a proud the tradition that we continue the stars and did invent next door. It's a good service such a great heritage. Yes <hes> the white people that arrived from. This boat are are jane porter. Her dad professor porter professors secretary samuel philander <hes> they're black made their black made made as miranda who is real connor cartoonish caricature of a woman that i don't recommend <hes> and william clayton who who is actually tarzan's cousin unbeknownst to everyone <hes> <hes> with that will come that will become important later so how how far through the book army right now this is like halfway through the book and the latter not too bad no. We're not doing too bad and the main thing to know about this like opening in section <hes> the professor psychic are wandering into the jungle. They're looking for something. <hes> tarzan immediately has the hots for jane and like he just sees her and he's like. I'm in love i need. I need that woman. He's not quite sure about that. <hes> one of mutineers tries is to shoot william but tarzan hits him with a spear from like the bushes and everyone's like whoa tarzan is watching her hand offended stabbing who taught him about sav sav ing they have they have yet to meet tarzan but somebody through spirit out of the woods which would be terrifying killed a mutineer and then the arrested them like runaway and go back on their boat. <hes> william goes into the woods to try and find the professor who's presumably gotten lost and tarzan. Ah again william remarks hot tarzan is <hes> tarzan saves william from alliance william. I'm gonna need you to be just like eh. Sixty percent less freeze pretty thirsty regards and everybody is another lion attacks as miranda and jane in the house. <hes> tarzan helps them. Kill it and then disappears like batman style because they try to talk to him and he can't talk. He doesn't know what spoken english is <hes> they they also then don't think that this man from the jungle is tarzan because they presume that the dude who wrote the note would be able to speak speak english. This is the dumbest thing in this book and i it made me mad every time i thought too hard about it. It is this bizarre like mistaken identity thing where they believe that there are two people in the jungle the wood man and and tarzan of the apes and never the twain shall meet. They can't possibly imagine that it's the same person <hes> so. It's hilarious sitcom. Tarzan ends up saving the.
"william clayton" Discussed on Overdue
"Who is actually tarzan's cousin unbeknownst to everyone <hes> <hes> with that will come that will become important later so how how far through the book army right now this is like halfway through the book and the latter not too bad no. We're not doing too bad and the main thing to know about this like opening in section <hes> the professor psychic are wandering into the jungle. They're looking for something. <hes> tarzan immediately has the hots for jane and like he just sees her and he's like. I'm in love i need. I need that woman. He's not quite sure about that. <hes> one of mutineers tries tries to shoot william but tarzan hits him with a spear from like the bushes and everyone's like whoa tarzan is watching her hand offended stabbing who taught him about sav sav ing they have they have yet to meet tarzan but somebody through spirit out of the woods which would be terrifying killed a mutineer and then the arrested them like runaway and go back on their boat. <hes> william goes into the woods to try and find the professor who's presumably gotten lost and tarzan. Ah again william remarks hot tarzan is <hes> tarzan saves william from alliance william. I'm gonna need you to be just like eh. Sixty percent less freeze pretty thirsty regards and everybody is another lion attacks as miranda and jane in the house. <hes> tarzan helps them. Kill it and then disappears like batman style because they try to talk to him and he can't talk. He doesn't know what spoken english is <hes> they they also then don't think that this man from the jungle is tarzan because they presume that the dude who wrote the note would be able to speak speak english. This is the dumbest thing in this book and i it made me mad every time i thought too hard about it. It is this bizarre like mistaken identity thing where they believe that there are two people in the jungle the wood man and and tarzan of the apes and never the twain shall meet. They can't possibly imagine that it's the same person <hes> so hilarious sitcom. Tarzan ends up saving the older guys from the jungle clayton discovers that there at the house that his uncle local built <hes> again. Jane tarzan looks at jane and decides she quote exists to be protected again unclear where he's getting these these thoughts. It's probably his nobleman secure classic woman thing <hes> tarzan does sneak in at night and reads a note that jane wrote out to her friends <hes> presumably to be mailed if they were ever rescued. She's from like they're from america. <hes> he learns that the quarters went on a journey to find this treasure that has since been taken by the mutineers and buried <hes>. She confesses to not loving william because she doesn't like nobleman women and tarzan's like cool. She's single well and he also seems very interested in tarzan. Let's not he does. He's pretty indo tarzan. Tarzan draws the conclusion that yes. This lady's definitely single. I'm going to write my name at the bottom of the letter. She was writing to someone else. It just says tarzan of the apes he leaves it <hes>. He leaves her another note that lemme find the passage. <hes> leaves her another note. It says i am tarzan of the apes. I want you. I am yours. You are mine. We live here together always in my house. I will bring you the best of fruits the tenders dear the finest meats that roam the jungle. I will hunt for you. I am the greatest of the jungle fighters. I will fight for you. I am the mightiest of the jungle tangle fighters. You are jane porter. I saw in your letter when you see this. You'll know that it is for you and that tarzan of the apes loves you. You know when people write their own wedding vows. I find it kind of hit or miss sometimes but these are this is very sweet now. Of course she does not get to read need this note because one of the apes has kidnapped her. <hes> turkey ause has returned because because not turkey because <hes> the apes did not want to be ruled by him they exiled him and he he said that while he just kind of you know decided by himself he had seen this white lady and he was like wong going to make my own tribe with her. You know very very good king kong kind of stuff. <hes> and tarzan tracks her down. He kills her 'cause with his knife and immediately. He and jane make out immediately like he kills a. It's happens very quickly. It's like the most disappointing wrestlemainia like final bout like it's over in san gins and they rush into each other's arms they make out for a moment the first in her young life she knew the meaning of love and then she and then she recoils in his basically like you i kissed kissed a wild monkey man and how to deal with her feelings so they spend some time like in the jungle together. She thinks he's hot does hell. She refers to him as perfect creature. He isn't sure how to feel about what he wants because he knows that turkey ause was going to meet with her by force he doesn't really we know what men do because he's like. I have the same feelings but how do i like interact with her. <hes> because of course they can't talk and this this is where like the movie would do like me jane. You tarzan stuff ryan. This never happens. He is wearing like a locket with pictures of his family. Leeann it. He gives it to her. She kisses it and like to say thank you i guess and then he uses it again and burrows calls this a a heredity in <hes> hereditary instinct of graciousness and he expends like two pages talking about how does being near jane is is like awakening the nobleman in him which is because it's all because it's on his blood it is yes. It's all it's all in there already correct and a lot of it. He found found slash invented himself. Obviously he's still he's still got a lot of a lot of ways to go. Yes some french dudes led by lieutenant senate d'arno <hes> they arrive having dealt with the boat of mutineers <hes> they it's so french. It's so oh like they hear that. Jane was abducted and a dude. Literally yells moon jae laura <hes> they tell the story about how the mutineers none none of them knew how to navigate and so they just got lost and they started asset classic french they baikonur went mad and started to each other so like i guess that's boroughs like trying to balance the scale by saying like even the white men can be like crazy. Crazy wild beasts to write write a fine then we get into what i think is like the worst part of the racist <music> elements of this book because there's a lot of them <hes> the frenchman go out into the jungle to try and find jane while they're leaving tarzan drops jane back off the house so all of this is not the quote unquote savages <hes> capture d'arno almost kill him. Tarzan saves him and you get little asides were boroughs as like well. They're only they're only being so savage because as the evil belgians colonized their lands as if that's supposed to make it better when d'arno says stuff lake as he's like looking at the people capturing him the bestial faces daubed with color the huge mouths and flabby hanging lips the yellow teeth sharp filed the rolling demon is the shining naked bodies the cruel spears shirley. No creatures really existed upon earth. He must indeed be dreaming and it's this close third person point of view where error if boroughs were actually being even-handed he would make it more explicit that those are dr knows views and not just like partially how borough is seeing things also sure <hes> so. That's the stuff where you're like man. This is crappy him bad <hes> <unk> some of the frenchman die and they go back to camp. D'arno is taken away by tarzan's so they don't know where he is. They get back to camp and jane's like i'm alive and they're like aweso sad that people lost their lives because of <hes> jane and william clayton konaga in a bit of a fight because because he loves her and wants to marry her. She's clearly has the hots for woodmen <hes>. She doesn't know it's tarzan right and he's like yo what if he's a cannibal and she's like. That's a mean thing to say about someone you've never met before. They decide to wait a few days for d'arno to maybe like comeback back with tarzan or something and it doesn't happen so they sail away to america. D'arno teaches tarzan french because he doesn't know how to speak english english that well. Why don't you can learn languages within days. Yes there's a whole section where they are writing to each other in english and d'arno is really weirded out and so he just start speaking in french like tarzan at one point says may we before like carrying him through the trees very silly how they are pretty french yup and like there's a there's. I don't need to go into it because there's a lot of little beats that are fine and whatever it's mostly d'arno teaches tarzan very very quickly how to be a gentleman and wear clothes and like get ready to go to europe. He has to ten g not so big tucked in a little tiny. My fair tarzan into the yes into the middle of this involves was him winning a bet against some dudes like you can't kill a lion with just a rope and a knife and he's like let me take goes. Let me take off my clothes and i'll go do it right now. Hold hold my beer. He says that's how he gets ten thousand francs which he uses to like pay for their journey to europe. <hes> d'arno stays behind to be like i'm gonna look up your lineage because i think thank you are lord greystoke son and then we cut to america. There's a dude called robert candler who sucks who's blackmailing jane's dad into marrying jane. She says she tells william. I'd rather marry a dude. I hate than a dude. I respect but not love which is william <hes> they go to wisconsin for a reason. There's a fire and jane out for a walk 'cause she's so frustrated with everything and there's a fire if she gets trapped and tarzan shows up and he's like found her and he saves her and he asks <unk> sort of marry him and with like i get that he has changed his whole situation and changed his life to follow her to america to be with her but why why does like tarzan care what weddings are or being married is like how does this. It's in his bligh gas..
"william clayton" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Recognize like John Taylor Parley p Pratt Orson Hyde arasteh snow rec- Kimball and Wilford Woodruff. Many of these guys would go on to be prophets of the church in their own right. There were only children in the entire company. That's in that first company yeah and the only reason they brought three women. I'm in weirdly as I was thinking <hes> for Saturday night yeah right a Rasta SA- sno- snow's Rastas Snow's wife was sick nick so we didn't want to leave her. They brought to other women to tend to her and that's the only reason there any women which is kind of weird still help for Saturday night. Exactly I love take my wife is sick so the best remedies for her to walk five miles across so the company was also made up of seventy three wagons one cannon ninety-three horses fifty to sixty six and nineteen cows seventeen dogs and an unknown number of chickens. Damn it I need to know everything but the chickens and so that could be a million could have been mostly chickens chickens. That seem irresponsible oversight. I'm sorry Brigham. Brigham stock is plummeting. They walked from seven A._M.. To eight thirty PM every day except Sunday a day the average between fourteen and twenty miles especially during the plains part of the walk crazy side note and Dan you know this guy named William William Clayton. John was tasked with calculating how far they travel each day. He did this at first by counting the revolutions of a wagon wheel then calculating that out of the end of the day right that's fun so <hes> surprisingly he got a little tired of that and he and Orson Pratt designed to mechanism that used wooden cogwheels to count the revolutions for them. Don't ask me how it worked. I tried to figure it out but in true pioneer spirit gave up after a few minutes and turn on Netflix the design is the thing that they dubbed the road dominator and is what most modern odometers are actually based on yeah yeah. They invented that really that was pretty cool. That's pretty cool for the first leg of the track. The Mormons broke the deal. Roy Wagon wheel rotations but they can't count chickens okay fair. All I'm saying is all of it was worth it for the dominant right. I like my odometer on the first without it's out my odometer exactly the Mormons kind of broke their own trail at first because they didn't want to go along more populated Oregon trail in order to avoid inevitable bloodshed but and dying of Diptheria. What did you die of. When you played Oregon trail dysentery you have died right when they got to Fort Laramie Larry. They went ahead and took the Oregon trail by that point and they were joined by some smaller groups of Mormons in the area and some of the Mormon Battalion which will talk about some other time along on the way they met Trapper Jim Bridger who was at I was very friendly to the Mormons and gave them advice to get through the wasatch mountains to the Salt Lake valley however overtime bridgier would sour on the Mormons because of their treatment of the local Indians. Please see the above mentioned references to Mormons and neighbors bridge would have a very interesting part to play in the Mormon Utah Taua War of eighteen fifty seven which contributed to the mountain meadows massacre which we talked about episode fifty one also a story for another day just a quick note on the native Americans in that area the area wasn't handed obviously <hes> mostly by Tripe sub tribes of the southern pilots utes shoney's weirdly indefinitely unbeknownst connotes to Brigham the Salt Lake Valley was at the time kind of a demilitarized zone between the utes and the shoney's who were at war <hes> yeah but the whole rest of the area was inhabited and the the Mormons treated them with the same casual genocidal attitude that everybody else did now. I just want to see Mormons move into all the demilitarize just go to the dams uh-huh you fuckers the the north and South Koreans just watching in bafflement as a bunch of Mormon show up but it's setting up shop in in their little just one the Strip mall from end to end across as they made their final push the mountain passes. Many members of the group took sick with mountain fever. ooh probably caused by would ticks KNOB. Brigham himself became very ill amid the last leg of the journey bedridden finally on July Twenty First Arasteh snow and. Orson Pratt were the first to Mormons to enter the Salt Lake Valley. They did a brief reconnoiter immediately began diverting water from what would be called City Creek and planted potatoes and turnips Yum <hes> <hes> days later July twenty fourth go ahead. Sorry no no okay. I didn't realize they did that before. Brigham arrived. Oh Yeah Yeah on July twenty four a few days later Brigham young into the Valley and spoke the immortal words. This is the right place drive on yes and who drives by the way Hebrew see kimball actually but it wasn't a green flake green flake. I think green flake was driving rhythms wagon. He was his slave. Well well well. It certainly doesn't say that on the monument well. I'd also doesn't say this is the right place on the right and the drive on the monument says this is the place and everybody thinks he says this is the place yeah I mean. It's a good thing Brigham. Young wasn't the first man to walk on the moon that we're here for contrast. Can I just read you mark. Twain's first words upon seeing the Salt Lake valley quote all the world was gloried was glorified with the setting sun and the most appendice Panorama of mountain peaks yet encountered third burst into our site. We looked out upon the sublime spectacle from under the arch of a brilliant rainbow now that's how you sell a mother fucking valley and then and he wrote about the Mormons and things what very much downhill from there we should then he met Brigham young and it was over yeah I did not go well yeah so the Mormons immediately began laying out the city and planting crops Brigham and many of the company did not stay long leaving to return to winter quarters in August to lead more companies west by December of eighteen forty seven more than two thousand Mormons and made the track so once in Salt Lake Brigham immediately dispatched. That's groups to explore and settle anywhere there was water which was not a dumb strategy as whoever controlled the water control the land right this led to Mormon settling most of the current cities in Utah Tall like Cedar City Anti Ogden Saint George but also the Mormon settling southwest cities like Las Vegas and San Bernardino California among others yeah. The end of the migration period is generally thought to have ended with the completion of the transcontinental railroad in eighteen sixty nine. Although as we've discussed some Mormon immigrants were still so poor they had to make the overland track after the railroad's completion fucking handcarts unbelievable yep but in that period of time about seventy thousand Mormons made the trek across Iowa Nebraska Wyoming and Utah and then onto whatever settlement Brigham young demand that they go to Brigham is dream of an independent pendant sovereign nation based on the noble principles of polygamy slavery and himself was as grandiose as it was short lived for a laugh listeners should google the map up of Brigham. Young's original idea of the state of desserts the Empire Desert. Yeah it encompasses all of Utah Nevada most of Arizona parts of New Mexico Oregon Wyoming Idaho and California including the seaport of San Diego so that's kind of the that's at least the end of that part of the story so the Mormons that was the first trek West Brigham in there and his crew were the first ones to enter the valley but for a fun little CODA on this there is actually a nineteen forty film called Brigham Young and directed by Henry Hathaway same guy who directed the original true Grit and how the West was won. This movie starts Dean Jagger Brigham Young <hes> John Carradine father of David Carradine as Puerto Rockwell kind of the coolest character in the movie yeah by far and Vincent Price as Joseph Smith shut the fuck up. I did not know that not all I was watching it. I'm like that bryce younger younger listeners might not know who Vincent Vincent price was but he was this gloriously wonderful villainous actor always play these amazing villains right yeah and so this is right in keeping with that pattern. It's it's it's a bold black and white movie movie. It's epic in this in this in the scale of the time when you know they didn't really care how how many horses they killed in production no and it's it's not good. It's wildly historically inaccurate but watching vincent price. Get shot out the window as Josie. Smith is pretty funny. The the PRATFALL is pretty hilarious. I love his portrayal of Joseph. Smith must've been it's okay and the only place I could find this movie to watch the other day was on an are you website so I'm sure my computer's trump bought farm now yeah exactly but for you dear listeners. I endured so yeah there it is this is the place I'll be damned. Well <hes> <hes> just a few years after that three audio uncles were to meet and say this is the podcast indeed yeah. We'll have to have have our next meet up at the at the this is the place State Park Yeah. Oh It's pretty grim up there. Thank you Uncle Doug. Let us move onward forwarding well fellas. Hello you know we we are in spite of all all that we say entirely listener supported as right right all all of our all of our bills are paid by the good folks folks whose ears we touch the the other patrons are just aspirational. You are the real yes indeed that we do is buy fire to slap chop kinds of levels but until we get there it is just you the listeners and we have a couple of people to think this week new listeners holly holly by Golly and Neil those her name now. It's not making a play on the name suppose her anyway holly by Golly and Neil thank you guys so much for your contribution. Thank you guys if our other listeners suddenly realize wait a minute. 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"william clayton" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories
"With you? Boy, it's the middle of the night urgent. Telegraph Mr. Clayton from plumber Ville must be from John. No telling what trouble he's gotten into down there. I can't find those blasted spectacles reforming. We'll you William H h Clayton stop John shot in Plummer Ville. Stop come at once. If able what was that give it here? Oh my God. This killed him by the time. William Clayton arrived in Plummer, Bill on January thirtieth Americans across the country were unfolding their newspapers to discover that a US congressional candidate had been assassinated, although far from a household name, William's, brother. John had gained public notoriety due to his particularly tempestuous campaign for Arkansas's second seat in the house of representatives. He had lost to the incumbent democrat Clifton Breckenridge. But when reports of flagrant election fraud in Conway county reached John's ears. He had decided to investigate John Clayton. Had been in Plummer Ville. A city in Conway county looking into the election when a shotgun blast came through the window of his boarding room, killing him instantly. William was still processing the news of John's death when he stepped off the train into plumber Ville. He was directed to the edge of town where a crowd of onlookers was. Still gathered around a small one story boarding house. He was disturbed note, the ugly jovial mood of the crowd, which grew more hostile as he made his way towards the house, excuse me. Please let me through, please just where do you think you're going? This is a crime scene. I'm well aware. I'm here to collect my brother's body, another Clayton. I thought you lot would've learned your lesson by now. Excuse me. What's your name, sir? I've half a mind report you to the sheriff sheriff Shelby's out of town at the moment. So who's in charge here that would be me deputy Oliver t Bentley at your service all be running the investigation until the sheriff gets back. Well, last just. Wait. Did you say your name was Bentley? William must have been shocked to find his brother's crime scene being managed by Oliver. Bentley. The prime suspect in the ballot box robbery that had determined the course of the November election to make matters worse. When Oliver's older brother, George attempted to testify against him. Oliver, Bentley shot George dead then claim the shooting had been an accident. Bentley shouldn't have been able to walk around freely. Let alone be the lead detective in an assassination that he was likely responsible for yet. Bentley's involvement was only the first indication that something was amiss with the investigation into John's death. William was greeted at the boardinghouse door by its owner, a widow named MRs mcraven. She directed him to the back room which was dimly lit to the blanket, that had been draped over the shattered window by all accounts. It was a grisly scene. The body had been moved to the side of the room out of the large pool of blood on the center of the carpet, a folded blanket had been placed beneath the remnants of John Clayton's head. He had been nearly decapitated by the shotgun, blast with no help from the locals William hurried to remove John's body from plumber Ville as quickly as possible bringing it to Little Rock. Meanwhile, the investigation into John's murder continued under the leadership of the man who should have been the prime suspect. Oliver Bentley organized a coroner's jury of his friends to search for in review. The evidence all were wealthy Democrats many with histories of election fraud as rich as Bentleys. One member of the jury was Bob pate, the owner of a dingy saloon, where the white Conway county Democrats were known to gather painted organized the poker game during which the Republican election Judge Charles wall had been nearly killed after he claimed to have recognized Oliver. Bentley's voice among the ballot box thieves. Painted spent the bulk of the eighteen eighty eight election. Intimidating black voters away from the polls, two years earlier in eighteen eighty six he had been involved in another brazen act of ballot stuffing, Bob pate and a friend had staged a mock fight in the middle of the polling place, bystanders hurried to get out of the way of the scuffling men, who somehow managed to knock over the ballot box and scattered the votes across the floor when the fight ended and the scattered votes were gathered again, a hundred new ballots had mysteriously made their way into the pile. Oliver Bentley chose this man and others like him to make his coroner's jury it should come as little surprise that such a group found almost nothing value at the crime scene. The only clues they reported where some gun powder on the window, sill through, which Clayton had been shot, and a set of footprints frozen in the mud outside the boarding house. The tracks appeared to have been left by two men wearing rubber boots when that looked old and warn the other brand new with this extremely limited amount of evidence. The coroner's jury determined that John Clayton had been killed by unknown persons. Conway county Democrats were eager to leave it at that, but the rest of the country was not. So ready to move on the American public was captivated by the flagrant murder of a congressional candidate and millions wanted answers while the public couldn't assist an investigation, they could ensure that John Clayton became a celebrity in his death. Five thousand mourners attended his funeral in pine bluffs, so many that his family chartered a train to transport them special attention, was paid to the fates of John six children, who were now orphans in the wake of their father's assassination, ultimately John's brothers William and Powell would each adopt. Three of the children, the publicity was a source of embarrassment for Arkansas Democrats overnight, the political violence, that had plagued their state for decades was thrust into the national spotlight Democrats and Republicans across the country took every opportunity to condemn, the heinous crime newspaper headlines once again, recounted the events of the tempestuous fraud-riddled November election, the Kansas house of representatives insisted that congress step in to restore order in Arkansas, and urged them to declare martial law in the state if necessary on February second, the US house of representatives began make. Plans for a congressional investigation into the election and murder. John Clayton's family was not satisfied with the speed at which things were progressing as soon as their brother had been laid to rest in pine bluffs. William and Powell started talking about John's killer..
"william clayton" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories
"Due to the graphic nature of this case, listener discretion is advised, this episode includes dramatization and discussions of murder and assault. That some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. In early. Eighteen eighty nine William Clayton traveled to Plummer Ville, Arkansas he entered a tiny boarding house. But the cloying coppery sent betrayed. It was a crime scene there. He looked at his twin brothers face for one of the last times. Oh, john. What did you insist on coming to this godforsaken town, sir? Your family of the deceased. That's right. John was my twin in that case this is for you. What's this? A Bill for the room for the carpet. I'm afraid the blood soaked straight through it will have to be replaced, you can't be serious. My brother's just been murdered. I think thirty one dollars is very reasonable. This is absurd. I'm not leaving my brother here. Another minute. I need a few volunteers to help move the body. Done up pot already. I can't believe it is everyone in this town in excess rain, my brother's death. This is unsolved murders..
"william clayton" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"My I'm not going to say my right hand guy. But he's he's because he's on my left. But my my trustee hand guy, my producers to be here helping us out in the next couple of hours, and we've got a great show lined up for you today. Let me just tell you a little bit about that. We've got a relationship expert as matter of fact, quite note, she's noted author Susan Shapiro Barish. She's going to be joining us to talk about the relationship between mothers and daughters and daughters in law. That's at eight fifty one this morning. We'll be joined by Mark cast from the Milwaukee business journal at nine seven. He has some information about those grocery store wars. Here in the area as well. As what to expect with more development in the district also alderman Bob Donovan, we've got a little preview of his conversation with Tony Beduk. And of course, you know, he's he's going to be stepping down as alderman after twenty years next year, and he'll that'll be at nine thirty four this morning, but on this day in history and addition to it being mother's day. And we'll have a lot about mom's today. So don't worry. A lot of things happened and one of the more interesting things at least as far as I'm concerned, Sean is an eighteen forty seven going way back William Clayton, invented the odometer. Yeah. Okay. So it's on all cars, and everything and motorcycles and all that. But it eighteen forty seven. They had horses and buggies. Now. You know, did you put the odometer on the saddle too? Are your horse or the buggy you're on the or in the the wagon train, the kind of still good wagon? Yeah, we went. We went twelve miles today that quite the same things. I'm quite sure how that all worked maybe on a train in eighteen forty seven possibly on a train, but even trays then didn't go too too far at any given time. So yes that was an eighteen forty seven. Then of course in nineteen forty-three the axis forces in North Africa, surrendered during World War Two. You know, if you've ever remember the desert, FOX. Oh, yeah. And yeah, that was that was huge, of course, for the for the allied forces when they when they surrendered then in nineteen fifty Milwaukee is such a bowling town. I didn't realize it until I met my husband who. Loves bowling. And he's a good bowler. But yeah, apparently in one thousand nine fifty. This was rather interesting. The American bowling congress abolished its white males only. Membership restrictions after thirty four years. So apparently know that's when people of color could begin to bowl with the bowling congress and women women can because I I know some amazing women bowlers out there to you do not want to take me to a bowling alley. I know no bumpers only. Right. That's me. To know. I dropped the ball. It's it's not pretty it. Really isn't. No, no. I really not that kind of a sports person. I go and golf, but I still golf and. After that. Well, I swim. But that's that's that's about all I do. Sports wise. Anyway, more sports news for it nine thousand nine hundred fifty seven AJ Foyt won his first auto racing victory in Kansas City. Kansas City, Missouri. I should say then in one thousand nine hundred seventy Ernie banks of the Chicago Cubs hit his five hundredth home run that that was a classic player. Ernie banks was just an amazing, man. And then in one thousand nine hundred eighty four South African prisoner. Nelson Mandela saw his wife for the first time in twenty two years. I know a lot of guys out there who liked to see there. That wouldn't be a punishment for anyone who was born on this date. Well, let's see Steve winwood and.
"william clayton" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Good Sunday morning to you. Again, it is mother's day. Don't forget mom today. Should be nice days. L say with the weather forty-three. The current may be sixty two we should see mostly sunny skies on this mother's day. This may twelve it is the one hundred thirty second day of the year two hundred thirty three days left in this year. Again, it's mother's day celebration unring, the mother of the families well as motherhood maternal bonds in the influence of mothers in society, it is celebrated on various days, many parts of the world. Most commonly in the month of March or may evacuate reading that over forty countries observe mother's day. What else can I tell you about that actually the modern mother's day began here in the US at the initiative of Anna Jarvis in the early early twentieth century now, this is not directly related to the many traditional celebrations of mothers and motherhood that have existed throughout the world over thousands of years the Greek had their celebrations Roman had their festivals. There is the Christian mothering Sunday celebration, originally, a commemoration mother church, not motherhood. But mother's day in some parts still synonymous with these older today. She's now the US derived modern version of mother's day as been criticized for having become too commercialized. In fact, the founder, Anna Jarvis herself regretted this commercialization and express views on how that was never her intention. Nonetheless, don't forget mom today. Then he law here. Dennis is flying the plane. You're going to call your mom today. I hope very good maybe send her some flowers maybe pay or visit this week. If you can't make it today. This week. Very good. See what else happened on this may twelve back in fifty five nineteen fifty five Manhattan's last elevated rail line, the third avenue, El ceased operation. And then as you've heard of no RAD, right? When do you think the US and Canada signed that agreement to create the North American air defense? Command later called the North American aerospace defense command or NORAD when you think that agreement was signed. Sixty one. You went too far off who was nineteen fifty eight. A member waking up wearing a lot of greenback then to pikes peak and. And that Cheyenne Mountain there. Outside of Ford cars in Colorado. That was fun. What else? Can we talk about? Let's see it was eighteen thirty one the first indicted Bank robber in the US. Guy's name was Edward. Smith was sentenced to five years hard labour on the rockpile at sing sing that was eighteen thirty one. And as you jog around various parts today, think of Mormon pioneer William Clayton. It was on this day. He got kind of tired of counting the revolutions of a rag tied to his spoke of a wagon wheel to figure out how many miles traveled so while he was crossing the plains in his covered wagon. He invented the oh dominator eighteen forty-seven for that. Certainly Dennis your member. AJ foists name heard his first auto racing history in Kansas City, Missouri. He went on to become a four time winner of the Indy. Five hundred and nineteen sixty one sixty four sixty seven and nineteen seventy seven, but he earned his first victory in nineteen fifty seven eight J Foyt. It's six forty seven on a Sunday morning should remind you that those folks that may be missed last week's last Sunday morning show. And don't know that the Jim Gilbert told all of us management and me as well that he has decided and had decided to retire. Last Sunday was Jim Gilbert's last nature notes show. Yes, Jim said, he's retiring after forty two years of doing nature notes well-deserved retirement for sure although he's already been retired. As teacher. We thank him for all of his years of service to our listeners one of our favorite show. One of the listeners favorite shows as a matter of fact, had some of the highest ratings of the week as a matter of fact, so we will certainly miss Jim Gilbert coming up after the seven o'clock news break, Dr David Hilton will have some special guests of in studio. And certainly we always welcome your calls and text messages among other things they'll be talking about assessing and treating traumatic brain injury on healthy matters coming up later on.
"william clayton" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"If you haven't checked out my new series the end of the world with Josh Clark. The now's a great time to start the holidays are over the doldrums of winter had begun. And there's no better time to explore existentialist dread than right now. But wait, there's more to the end of the world than that. Yes. The series is about existential risks. But it's also about hope the threats that are coming our way that could wipe humans right out of existence. Could also be just the thing that makes us band together. In a way that humanity never has before in the end of the world. I take you on a journey across time and space from the moment and asteroid collided with earth and set off a chain of events that wiped out the dinosaurs to the post biological future where we live in a digital format. If we don't already we'll explore big questions like whether we're alone in the universe and exactly how artificial intelligence could take control of our world from us. It also has a beautiful score. For and cinematic sound design. So it's an adventure for your mind. Which is just the thing to snap. You out of the winter blondes all ten episodes of the end of the world with Josh Clark are available for you to binge now on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get podcasts. If you're like millions of other people throughout history and around the world, then you have probably at least once played some sort of game with your friends, whether it's a game of dice a- game of cards or important for purposes today a board game and today's episode is about board games. But not in the way, you think welcome to ridiculous history. My name is Ben my name is Nolan. I'm fan of the old five finger fillet, you know, where you take a blade and pop it real quick between the gaps between your fingers have you ever done that only in video game form. It's it's an invaluable game in a believe red dead, redemption. Cool haven't found it yet in the new one. But hopefully it exists. But yeah, it's pretty scary game. I've played that game in real life before. And I I never went fast enough to to actually cut myself series. Asli is that back when you spent time in that prison camp? POW camp. Well, they call the church camp. But you know, what I think six one hand half a dozen in the other not to derail the before we even get there. But I just watched both documentaries about the ill-fated fire festival though. Yeah. Talked about this that was sort of like being in a POW camp f y r e the ill-fated the ill-fated festival that was most closely associated with John rule wrote in the news, and the the main guy who was the the perpetrator of the whole hoax is a guy named Billy McFarland. I believe it was nice name. And yet he he he was a real piece of work. But here's one thing. They didn't have at fire fest. They had these geodesic dome kind of FEMA tents that were left over they use that they'd advertised as luxury, I believe villas. They had some really sad looking cheese sandwiches. They had a lot of kind of gross porta-pottys. They didn't have was the game of monopoly. What they also didn't have was our sue. Super producer, Casey peg room. So there they were without monopoly and without Casey peg room, which I think is a is a grave injustice possibly could have solve the whole debacle quite possibly a. We are by way of tastic segues exploring the world of monopoly. But again, perhaps not in the way that you have heard it explored before for just a quick look at the strange history of monopoly. It was originally invented as something called the landlord's game in nineteen. Oh, four by Elizabeth Maggie. And it was a real estate and taxation game that was really meant to inform people about the dangers of unbridled capitalism and win this game was. More or less stolen from her. The game play was modified. So that it rewarded unbridled capitalism. And nowadays monopoly is a love it or hate it game. For a lot of people. I've never experienced a huge falling out with friends loved ones relatives. And so on play monopoly. But that's because I don't play with cheaters, and that seems to be one of the big accusations against winners of monopoly. I just think monopoly sort of the board game equivalent of solitary confinement in that it's really boring and find it boring and takes a long time to finish yet. Pre. I mean, I could I could see that being a criticism. It's not for everyone. But it's a tremendously popular game. You know, what I mean, like even even people who aren't a big fans of have played it before. Absolutely. It's very true. Do you think people still play it now? Like, oh, yeah. Fun. Really? Absolutely. They've made a huge business similar to trivial pursuit. They have made a huge business in selling things monopoly boards. True. But at least with the trivial pursuit branded versions there like questions related to that topic with monopoly, it's just like different looking bored. And instead of a shoe you've got like the stranger things baseball bat or something. Yeah. Yeah. Or demagogue? And right. The thing that I always found interesting about monopoly is that it is a pale shadow of the board game in life. Which is I think much more intriguing butts either way you look at it monopoly is is here to stay. It's a very popular game. And during World War Two it was widely played. It was just as popular in the United Kingdom as it was in the US. In fact, there was a manufacturer of monopoly in the United Kingdom called. Waddington John Waddington LTd, and they had purchased a license to create this just across the pond, which will be important later. But no where are we going with this? Oh, man. We're going so many places. Yeah. Sure Whitington was the licensee of the product almost like a franchise deal. Right where they were allowed to manufacturing distribute this game in the UK after it had seen a lot of success in the US. But Waddington this company was also very well known for their ability to print things on silk. And that doesn't seem like a big deal for our story today. But it turns out it might be the biggest deal and the thing that gave Uncle Sam and his minions of espionage idea to pull off this amazing caper. I guess we can say I think Capers great word or schema keeper is a little more fun. Yes. The story really kicks into gear with a guy. Named christopher. William Clayton Hutton known as cloudy to his friends, which I think is just terrible nickname. Not great not not superior. So Christopher Clayton Hutton or clumsy is an intelligence officer at m I nine and he got this job to Riveria strange series of events or offhand comment when he applied to work as an intelligence officer in nineteen thirty nine for the UK war office. He says an quote later, my passport to the whole curious busness has been a casual reference to my voltage efforts to get the better of Harry Houdini, the world's greatest s cappella gist this right because he his whole deal, and the reason that he was attractive to my six was that he was kind of clever guy who was very fascinated by things like up-close magic. And and little tricks that might be involved in doing so. Some allusions, and he was able to apply that to those kind of JAMES BOND type gadgets that you that we all know in love like, you know, a pen. It's also an explosive device or something right? Tiny telescope looks like a cigarette holder or compasses on the backs of buttons boots with hollow heels that held knives maps, compasses and files. But the thing was you're right, only as brilliant brilliant, man. But as ingenious as his inventions were it seemed that zoo Jomon 's as they called them always eventually figured them out all of them that is except for one. You see he came to Waddington LTd and said, hey, you all manufacturer lot of things check I understand that you print on silk double check. And I am of the understanding that you also print board game called monopoly. I triple check probably pronounce it. Correct. Are some important boxes and these three boxes up together? You get away to execute this plot that was just stating in this guy's mind. Because there's a thing the reason that was a big deal to print on silk is because they could be used to have maps printed on them maps that wouldn't deteriorate in. In the rain or get torn to stretch if you stepped on them or make a noise when you try to clandestinely unfold them maybe in a POW camp or surrounded by enemy troops. Absolutely. Absolutely. See this is something that fascinated me. Worse studying up for this episode silk maps were already round because of those advantages that we just named silk maps, it already been proven superior to the paper stuff that could disintegrate tear make noise giveaway your position, and because Waddington's made silk maps and monopoly cloudy knew he was onto something. There was one other important ingredient of wartime reality that that solidified his decision. He knew the board games were allowed into POW camps largely because of the Geneva conventions and the Red Cross and also because Germany at this point. In the war had such a bad rep for adhering to Geneva conventions in the way, they treated prisoners of war that they were willing to allow these humanitarian airdrops into their camps which included things like snacks. And you know, things to pass the time. I think books, but a board games. We're also, okay. And they would also think of it as a win for them because they figured if they're prisoners were busy occupying themselves playing inter mineable board game that took ages and ages ages to finish really I'm not a fan the game. But I mean, it would do it its purpose. Right. And they would probably be thrilled to have the opportunity to do something like that to pass the time. But there's thing aboard game is in a big box with layers with stacks of stuff. Ed is a pretty amazing opportunity for our Mr. Klay. Yeah. Absolutely. I can't believe it that Gerald presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets. Look here comes one point seven percent decrease in fixed overhead I know everybody. No, I can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on car insurance. Geico. Though projected increase in organic three revenue. Believe it. Geico
"william clayton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To that. class And keep pays making place. three point four You know, percent we know they're a good football team. in They're taxes. gonna fight their way Now, back. if you're on the higher end of that, obviously, But you it pay was more on the you lower know. end of that, obviously His you pay good. less, but the average for the middle class Guys is came three back was a point short week. four They percent. had to grind through it. And do a nice job. Coach like, you said you had lied, and they started throwing it flacco. I mean both weeks block throws Fifty-three flacco throws at fifty more tonight. I mean, that's that's a lot of work on the back in there. But had hands on multiple interception opportunities. Didn't we had some we had some our hands on some balls? And we got we got to convert those, you know, those would stop those drives. And I don't know what they ended up third down. But you know, we just got to keep looking at getting better, you know? But I, you know, I think we responded well hardy, and and again, you know, Nick vigil did a nice job in there, and Sean and so forth. Those big how about trae Hawkins stepping up for for Billy price me. Billy goes out with the ankle injury. And trae Hawkins did it held a job in there. Yeah. Trey comes in. And you know, as you know, it's what we know. We keep saying that's what you know. NFL teams are built upon you only got forty six on Sunday. So the next guy's got to be up and ready to weeks in a row when. It's crunch time in the game. Your defense last week forces two fumble recoveries it and scores this week, Sean Williams Clayton cudgel in this week. Sean Williams comes off the back side Tomahawk chop fallout drinker. Patrick recovers huge huge two weeks in a row big plan gave us the to score game. And you know, big those two point play was big when we stopped that down there after the touchdown. You know, they got a couple of touchdowns in the first half on what I thought were questionable PI calls. But that's the way the NFL is coach thanks very much. Great win first place in division. That's good start. That's a good start. Thanks to high heart media life center. Roche United courier and the Montgomery in our inviting you to the Los Angeles country club for a golf outing.
"william clayton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Seven wide. Receivers in folks believe, me it's fluid because they're. Scouring the waiver wire and if they can opt grade they, will and, that, means, somebody will be gone and von tests, perfect you're up your. Linebacker he's on suspension when he is due. To come back to the fifty three man roster someone will have to go so is Mike Brown says a NFL roster is a kaleidoscope tweak it and everything changes and. It's always always fluid and the offensive line Cody cordy Glenn. Clint Boling Billy price Alex Redmond Bobby Hart. Cedric oh way he. Survives Jake Fischer Christian westerman in trae Hopkins there's some versatility there but everyone is worried about the right side of the offensive line including me and when you struggle to run the football it's a problem so what you do is you turn if you can't run it you are going to throw it and the whole key here is to turn the short passing game into your running game and that's what we're going to see if this if this team struggles to run the football dump it off giovanni is capable no doubt about that and so it was joe mixing to catch the ball out of the backfield and you guys like mark walton trae carson you're going to see them on special teams all backups you're going to see and they have to play special teams at such a critical part of an n._f._l. roster defensively man i'm on love and it's especially this defensive line with carlos dunlap gino atkins andrew billing sam hubbard jordan willis coral law Awesome Ryan Glasgow, Josh, to PU Man that is a solid defensive line just no, room, right now, for Michael, Johnson linebackers, Nick vigil Preston Brown Jordan Evans hardy Nickerson another hard worker that deserve to make this team Vinnie Ray hopefully overcomes, that that ankle injury Mullick Jefferson six. Linebackers six corners in William Jackson the, third Drake hurt. Patrick dark, Wisden, ARD, in backups devante Harris Darius, Phillips and Tony McRae and yes there's concern on the back end of the defense safeties, Jessie, Bates, the third Sean? Williams, Clayton federalism and, Brandon Wilson yes there's some concerns. No doubt about the back end but the front end. Of the defense is, so strong get that. Instant pass rush on the quarterback it eases. The pressure on the defensive backs and, like I mentioned on special teams Kevin Huber who has. Made. A Pro, Bowl Randy Bullock And Clark. Harris you're Pro Bowl long snapper so, the rubber meets the road starting next Sunday, in Indianapolis It's, gonna be exciting to. Say the very least but we're celebrating to. UC Bearcats the, Ohio State. Buckeyes man college football is here the NFL is common strong Everyone has. Looked forward to football season especially with a difficult red, season reds twenty games under five hundred but we learned last. Night what good pitching does too good hitting it shuts them down three members of the. Cincinnati Reds pitching staff in east castio David Hernandez and rice elig lacy shut. Down the cardinals on to this last night in a Ford enough in reds victory how. Sweet it is rubber match today to fifteen first pitch at. Busch. Stadium hope you'll, stay, tuned, at the top, of the. Hour for the salvage USA.
"william clayton" Discussed on WWL
"Thanks for your call uh enjoying the show is always that i hope everybody's take it all the more more and so we can laugh about it will go going behind it story kelly i love a great storyteller and it is that dying arched ipad uh good fortune of people around the greater storage are i've ever heard my entire life my dad every now and then they bring a bird in she chick well that my dad al webster oh yeah sure used to do at tulane games he was sinks still yeah schubert earth or year i remember that word on to beat avoid at notre dame seventeen year knight said bad ninety four years old he's putting the final touches on your oh excellent but which booked at coming out and so when i go over to gm we hit an we'll pick chapter by chapter yelled tell me the story heard of the week core louis you never get tired of them we ever get proud of him i had the quite you're one of having dinner with dr william clayton award who owned the ford motor company we were halfcovered alley and billy hour was a great story calorie talked about shitting on your grandfather grandpa the plenary next comic editon things over as there were kelly story dyke you're in it which is spelled out randy all we're would just about onto tomba i need to ask use wasn't at your dad that made the call on tom dempsey's recordbreaking field goal what are you there he's in the hall of fame for that yeah he is older than all from the early vp pure when he retired in all of the video is now being transferred over at the congressional library of congress in washington philadelphia on display in used for everybody in a world great if you would congratulating forest in what will be the title of the book what were you turn back and forth at ninety four you know i got mold understood understood well let us know zoos he makes a decision if you would randy thank you for the call and remind as about one of the great storytellers in a world war we'll be back the wrap it up and tell you what herbs got coming up on the.
"william clayton" Discussed on WQNT Charleston Sports Radio 1450 AM
"For the washington nationals that i i've never heard of than you probably never heard of twenty four years of age had to go williams clayton kershaw who i got his first save in the bigs in could also kershaw for getting that teaching on very very short rest when the dodgers one against dc astray and in doing so is just twenty four year old kid was an and will slower will what could the walter for all we know you just looked completely over matched out of sorts here in year you look twenty four hours later francisco lindor worst the hero it was an an elimination game so it's not is magnified it's it's just game one something tells me the blue jays are going to be back as well to with that again it's indians can do one what the indians do on it's it's tough to get surrender miller a great guy bridge the gap you did so for inning into third cody allen comes in with the say bowman's lights out twelve punchouts of the blue jays are free swingers only two walks that's got improve stick around more to come ever to ram nfl next this new sports radio fourteen fifteen charles him sports radio network we're only cover it all your in dc sports radio update starts i'm rob was good game wind american league championship series from progressive field in cleveland goes to the home team francisco lindor or added to run shot came in all math a six that's all she wrote indians pitching was masterful striking out twelve blue jays walking only to corey kluber six and a third with the scattered six hits that andor miller passed the torch to cody allen who nailed down the save six five in one respectively kluber miller and allen with their strikeouts marco estrada i'd pitched all eight and tough luck loss for him to runs and he allowed in the last two nothing again your final in that game one elsewhere college football louisville survived a scare to the seventh ranked cardinals beating duke twenty four to fourteen the an eight show flyers along with the nashville predators and the edmonton oilers stay all pick up wins you're listening to nbc's sports radio nbc's sports radio dot com of the nbc's sports radio app chemical resisting gloves cover ahl's your plugs granger thus masks portable i was stations hard hats.