17 Burst results for "William Sharon"

"william sharon" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

03:40 min | 2 months ago

"william sharon" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Who hadn't sean mary ellen. According to her testimony mary ellen had seen the marriage contract in question. She also reportedly gave ceremony for legal fees. Unfortunately for sarah. The judge ruled that the marriage contract was forged and invalid. The details of the trial are snooze compared to the spectacle mary ellen pleasant afford the press once again she used her ability to assess how people saw her get what she wanted this time by utilizing the rumors that she practiced so-called dark blue at the time the san francisco public didn't see voodoo as the legitimate haitian religion that it is instead it was viewed as an evil magic fearmongering swirled mary-ellen for decades and while people claim that she used dark magic to help sarah hill and travel plenum sharon so mary-ellen simply leaned into the rumours. She met people believe that she showed up to the courtroom with dull. That would be used to kill the senator. William sharon did indeed pass away only a month before the trials end coming up. A young entrepreneur faces a terrifying foe. This episode is brought to you by constant contact. Whether you're looking to kick off four step up your online marketing game. Constant contact has the tools to set you up for success. They offer powerful email marketing online stores and more to drive real results for your small business or nonprofit constant contact knows that online marketing is anything but one size fits all whatever your goals are needs. Constant contact online marketing experts offer industry leading support and guidance from email campaigns and social media marketing to websites and ecommerce constant contact has everything you need to market and grow your business online in one place. Start your free trial today. At constant contact dot com. This episode is brought to you by masterclass. Learn how to listen from the one and only amir quest love thompson now on masterclass. The conic musician. Dj talks through music discovery. Listening habits the art of the perfect playlist and had a dj an epithet streaming now on masterclass dot com and the masterclass app. Now back to the story mary ellen. Pleasant died in nineteen. oh four of natural causes. She did not die near her park but nevertheless she said to haunt because mary ellen pleasant was associated with a supernatural while she was alive. It's no wonder that the park outside her former state continues these rumors. Those who visit claim they've experienced slew of occurrences their dogs act strange. They get cold chills and some have eaten pelted by tree nuts. Ghost tours in san francisco are more than familiar with the parks spectral quirks.

mary ellen William sharon haitian mary ellen pleasant today nineteen mary-ellen one place constant contact dot com four sean mary ellen Constant contact san francisco Constant sarah sharon one size one decades constant contact
"william sharon" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

Adventures with Grammy

08:11 min | 3 months ago

"william sharon" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy

"Our first guest. Today is sharon joost. Roads who runs the facebook group over fifty and fabulous william sharon to the adventures with grammy. Podcast thank you so much caroline. I'm happy to be here. A member of the over fifty and fabulous facebook group. I find that your messages are very uplifting and just when i need a boost. There's the right message. We all need to help each other. Just remember to be grateful and to focus on the positives and in doing that. It uplift us all so. That's totally the reason that i created that group. It's been one of best blessings one of the things that you talked about. Just before the new year was to have a word and to focus on that word. Tell me more about that. Why is that important. How do we select our word. This is something. I started years ago and it toward the end of every calendar year. I just the time usually between the two holidays. Christmas new years to reflect an to just clause and fake about what his past and then to get ready for. What's ahead and out of that effort. I started creating a word. I don't even know where the idea came from. But for years now even when i was working i would have award for the coming year and it comes to me between the holidays when i'm doing the reflecting in rejecting what i want to focus on the coming year i do a lot of meditation. Do prayer i listen to all of the messages for lack of a different word that i just that seemed to come to me. And so my word for twenty twenty one is possibilities. Because i truly believe that even in the midst of a pandemic and social unrest that we are faced every day with beautiful endless possibilities to make things better to see the good and to help other people and so the science. If you will. And i'm not a scientist but my understanding is you know. The brain is an organ in the body that someone can touch kids someone can see. Someone can actually physically. It's there but the mind is not seen the mind can be touched and yet it controls the brain that controls our thoughts. It can't our thoughts control our lives. And so i learned long ago the concept that we always move toward our most dominant thought. So that's probably wear. This word of the year comes from. What is your word for. Twenty twenty one. Because i want to create appoint a dominant thought a goal Focal point so to speak that. I will move towards throughout the coming year regardless of what life brings to us. That's the whole deal with the word of what is your word. That's why it. And that's how i do it. I remember that you said your word for twenty twenty had been vision and that was a little bit of a joke because twenty was perfect the the number and i knew back a year in december of twenty nineteen that i was probably facing cataract surgery in twenty twenty so i thought oh that'll be my word vision because of the year of the number of year and the fact that i was probably going to have cataract surgery. Well i did and it was very successful in. It's awesome not to have to wear glasses for the first time in my adult life. But it was a huge lesson for me. Because i did pick that word with a little bit of humor and lightheartedness annual as i reflected back on twenty twenty it this past december back on my word vision. I realized i into twenty twenty with a little bit of maybe a lack of depth of true appreciation for the meaning of word vision for that year and yet as i came out of twenty twenty i felt like not only had my physical vision improved to being perfect. Just my vision about life. Although not perfect for from it has improved so much because i now see how important relationships are how important it is for us to stay grounded and to stay true to what we know is truth and integrity and goodness and the vision that i was given through my cataract surgery hails to the vision i was given about. What's really important in my life. And so i have a really deep appreciation for that word that i chose almost lightheartedly that you've talked about in. The group is shaping our destiny. How do we go about being our minds and shaping our destinies again. I'm not a. I'm not a brain scientist. I love to study neuro linguistics and done some reading in quantum physics. I'm just not smart enough to understand that. That's that's probably i'm being sarcastic. I could understand anything that i choose to understand. And that is where. That's a little example of how i train my mind or map my mind if you wanna use that. Every time i have that thought that limiting belief that thought would put me down even though i did it in jest. Something within me was belittling was allowing me to belittle myself and again i don't ever want to come across campus or As if i know everything. Because i don't but i want to learn i want to know is much as possible and so that little still small voice that's within all of us win. It creeks up and causes us to believe that we are less than what god created us to be. Then we need to hans take breath recognize it and then fix it corrected change. Our thoughts change our language. The words we use the words we use our. Our mouths are so critically important. Because if you if you believe as i do in creation read the bible god created everything with his voice and his voice has energy it has. This is measurable stop. I'm not talking loose stuff. I'm talking measurable scientific. Vibrational sound has energy and so he spoke everything into being we can to. He taught us how to do it by speaking the words that we want to be that we aspire to be or by sir stopping the words that would hold us back in limit us because we are. I believe we are created in his image and there wasn't anything there's not anything wrong with him. So what is it that creates that gap in.

william sharon sharon joost Today facebook december over fifty Christmas first time two holidays years one first guest Twenty twenty one twenty twenty twenty twenty one twenty bible twenty nineteen this past december one of
"william sharon" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

04:36 min | 6 months ago

"william sharon" Discussed on Photography Radio

"Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the frames podcast. My name is Scott Olsen. And today I am Overjoyed to be talking with Sharon Williams Sharon is a member of the frames Community. She lives in one of God's gifts to photographers Ireland and his doing work that when it goes by on my screen is immediately arresting immediately compelling and someone that I've wanted to meet and talk to about her work for some time now Sharon, how are you today? I'm really good Scott. How are you? I am wonderful. I have to ask because I'm just completely jealous. How is Ireland? What does Ireland look like today? Well, Ireland Spain Four Seasons in one day. I suppose as it is most often. It's a very wet and windy but lots of sunshine in between. Oh man. I've Had The Good Fortune to be there a couple of times and every single bit of it from you know the song Inner City to the the countryside is from a photographer's point of view. I think really compelling you are doing work that is not like the work a lot of people on the commission are doing and work that when it goes by as I said really does cost me to stop and look and you're calling it fine art floral photography. That's not all you do. You do landscaping do portraits that this is all on your website for those of you that are that enjoy looking at websites during these conversations. Her website is s Williams images.com s w i l l i a m s i m a g e s. Tell me how you got started in photography. Did you remember your first camera? Do you remember when you first start thinking of yourself as a photographer? Yes. Well, that's not that long ago and my husband bought me a Camera DSLR nickel and for Christmas one year. It's probably dead. 2014 and and then a couple of months later. I'm thrilled cuz I had an idea that I would like to take photographs and a few months later wage. I work in the local hospice and we were looking at maybe doing a calendar for the first year as a fundraiser, cuz I had me brand new camera. I was nominated as a photographer. So there's no pressure. So it was the best thing ready cuz it really focused my attention on what I was doing and I said about we change the the Hospice and and dairy here boy hospice is set an amazing Grimes. We it's it's on the banks of the river Foyle and it has sneezing Gardens that I've been a script and maintained by volunteers over thirty years. And so that's where I immediately Drew my inspiration from the calendar and the calendar worked out really well. So I was inspired to sort of keep going. And did you have any training at all or was it just you know work yourself off of automatic as as gradually as you could chuck. Yeah. Well, my dad does spend to stay away from automatic and go straight into Nigel. So that's what I've always done. I never use automatic. In fact, if I do I get confused. I like the absolute control over what I'm doing but in the September of the following year, I did take a short course in the local College here and the city and Guilds of course and which really introduced me to page, you know, hire a camera works and and introduced me to a new community of people as well which and it was amazing. And then after that I took another course and it was at that point. I had started really experimenting with this and came across this sort of like pad photography, but I have to say I was always fairly experimental because off The rules were a bit too fast and maybe a bit too rigid for me. So I had always sort of my first delved into like an intentional camera moves. I see em work. Yep. And I love that. I just love the movement you could get from that. And from there. I started working in Photoshop bringing like the Box focused into the ICM work and blend on the two together so very abstract and but seemed to go down well with you know, some people that aren't really appreciated it so long I kept going.

Sharon Williams Sharon Ireland Scott Spain
Interview With Sharon Williams

Photography Radio

04:36 min | 6 months ago

Interview With Sharon Williams

"Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the frames podcast. My name is Scott Olsen. And today I am Overjoyed to be talking with Sharon Williams Sharon is a member of the frames Community. She lives in one of God's gifts to photographers Ireland and his doing work that when it goes by on my screen is immediately arresting immediately compelling and someone that I've wanted to meet and talk to about her work for some time now Sharon, how are you today? I'm really good Scott. How are you? I am wonderful. I have to ask because I'm just completely jealous. How is Ireland? What does Ireland look like today? Well, Ireland Spain Four Seasons in one day. I suppose as it is most often. It's a very wet and windy but lots of sunshine in between. Oh man. I've Had The Good Fortune to be there a couple of times and every single bit of it from you know the song Inner City to the the countryside is from a photographer's point of view. I think really compelling you are doing work that is not like the work a lot of people on the commission are doing and work that when it goes by as I said really does cost me to stop and look and you're calling it fine art floral photography. That's not all you do. You do landscaping do portraits that this is all on your website for those of you that are that enjoy looking at websites during these conversations. Her website is s Williams images.com s w i l l i a m s i m a g e s. Tell me how you got started in photography. Did you remember your first camera? Do you remember when you first start thinking of yourself as a photographer? Yes. Well, that's not that long ago and my husband bought me a Camera DSLR nickel and for Christmas one year. It's probably dead. 2014 and and then a couple of months later. I'm thrilled cuz I had an idea that I would like to take photographs and a few months later wage. I work in the local hospice and we were looking at maybe doing a calendar for the first year as a fundraiser, cuz I had me brand new camera. I was nominated as a photographer. So there's no pressure. So it was the best thing ready cuz it really focused my attention on what I was doing and I said about we change the the Hospice and and dairy here boy hospice is set an amazing Grimes. We it's it's on the banks of the river Foyle and it has sneezing Gardens that I've been a script and maintained by volunteers over thirty years. And so that's where I immediately Drew my inspiration from the calendar and the calendar worked out really well. So I was inspired to sort of keep going. And did you have any training at all or was it just you know work yourself off of automatic as as gradually as you could chuck. Yeah. Well, my dad does spend to stay away from automatic and go straight into Nigel. So that's what I've always done. I never use automatic. In fact, if I do I get confused. I like the absolute control over what I'm doing but in the September of the following year, I did take a short course in the local College here and the city and Guilds of course and which really introduced me to page, you know, hire a camera works and and introduced me to a new community of people as well which and it was amazing. And then after that I took another course and it was at that point. I had started really experimenting with this and came across this sort of like pad photography, but I have to say I was always fairly experimental because off The rules were a bit too fast and maybe a bit too rigid for me. So I had always sort of my first delved into like an intentional camera moves. I see em work. Yep. And I love that. I just love the movement you could get from that. And from there. I started working in Photoshop bringing like the Box focused into the ICM work and blend on the two together so very abstract and but seemed to go down well with you know, some people that aren't really appreciated it so long I kept going.

Ireland Sharon Williams Sharon Scott Olsen River Foyle Spain Scott Williams Drew Nigel
"william sharon" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

03:33 min | 6 months ago

"william sharon" Discussed on Photography Radio

"With Sharon Williams Sharon is a member of the frames Community. She lives in one of God's gifts to photographers Ireland and his doing work that when it goes by on my screen is immediately arresting immediately compelling and someone that I've wanted to meet and talk to about her work for some time now Sharon, how are you today? I'm really good Scott. How are you? I am wonderful. I have to ask because I'm just completely jealous. How is Ireland? What does Ireland look like today? Well, Ireland Spain Four Seasons in one day. I suppose as it is most often. It's a very wet and windy but lots of sunshine in between. Oh man. I've Had The Good Fortune to be there a couple of times and every single bit of it from you know the song Inner City to the the countryside is from a photographer's point of view. I think really compelling you are doing work that is not like the work a lot of people on the commission are doing and work that when it goes by as I said really does cost me to stop and look and you're calling it fine art floral photography. That's not all you do. You do landscaping do portraits that this is all on your website for those of you that are that enjoy looking at websites during these conversations. Her website is s Williams images.com s w i l l i a m s i m a g e s. Tell me how you got started in photography. Did you remember your first camera? Do you remember when you first start thinking of yourself as a photographer? Yes. Well, that's not that long ago and my husband bought me a Camera DSLR nickel and for Christmas one year. It's probably dead. 2014 and and then a couple of months later. I'm thrilled cuz I had an idea that I would like to take photographs and a few months later wage. I work in the local hospice and we were looking at maybe doing a calendar for the first year as a fundraiser,.

Sharon Williams Sharon Ireland Scott Spain
"william sharon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"william sharon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"For that's all it Sunday I noticed when they go for the gold on the free kicks they hold the ball on Tom yep and then I knows we're watching the video you do that as well yeah I hope that one hand yeah that they held a two handed I think it's all the more control and sometimes people hold it by the side I go like this right so I go like this whenever I'm in in this is how Americans hit pooch points that's like shorter points now granted there used to be the coffin corner where you would hit standard style where you be trying to turn it over like this and you be aiming for something in the corner but to do that in the American football in the NFL you have to kind of step out of your pocket to get to that angle whatever you want to go out of bounds and whenever you know the game evolved there became these guys that were like six foot five and became incredibly good at a different rep in a run like for for somehow so whenever people started rushing hard off the edges the coffin corner punt kind of became obsolete strictly because the risk and reward of it all was you know would go out of bounds at the ten maybe we got about ten to fifteen still maybe we're going about its five possibly but could that thing gets swatted back in your face and take in the other direction so those are all things that people ought to think about so what happened I think Dan Bennett brought it over here whenever he came to the Chargers I believe cool if I think so yeah he's our hidden inside they call it a rugby ball is one of conscious thought but is actually because rules kick we had learned of ran and you can get this thing as hard as you possibly can and will go as far in the hopes is you'll be able to hit it just like you bring out a way to be able to put your short and easy to be fair caught or whenever jets you have a much more favorable bounce percentage okay so in the AFL they do that as they're passing so they do the pooch punt as they're passing goes nowhere near as high as it does in the NFL just kinda like a slap throw push forward thing but for me whenever I saw a lot of people during their hold it like this and there's people holding it like this and all that stuff up for me I just I just felt more comfortable doing this but if you get a little bit of moisture on apple I'll tell you what she gets if she does get slips of people always on the look on the go lick my fingers a lot like Dan Marino like drew Brees let I lick my fingers a lot because when you're holding the ball with just your fingertips here if that thing was the fallout you're talking about cat the cat if you're free catastrophic events potentially with my head down everybody coming in so well only keys to drop it but that's why I got good at this ball is because I started doing it on the field for the colts all over the place not just pooch so then when I started looking at the house rules football players Mike I've I've done all of those kicks but with an NFL ball which is a little bit you know tougher to kick it doesn't have a big of a sweet spot so I thought I would be able to transition to bombing in AFL ball pretty well turns out I was right turns out I was right this ball is absolutely a slaughter house of a ball of your cabinets is crafted by hand loved by Ford or whatever Thomas William Sharon said that that's our tagline he was not lying this thing flies and I guess this is just a gift get a job it's a small if they said it's the way I was read on there at that mall to mall or in Liberia I think in a lot of people be like love it gets you know bigger heavier harder false if you have a big like if it gets heavier it actually goes further that's like using a bigger back might be harder to swing but if you go on acting it's gone so I'm suggesting like probably seventy five to eighty yards but I didn't into the wind I don't matter yeah and I didn't know there was a little bit of a breeze going there I can't even fathom what I could do it on the big ones but I love the sport I absolutely love it and I don't think the love and passion for the game to disappear because it's on at times there's no sports on when after trying to figure out what the hell to watch boom there's couple blood spatter owners are slaughtered each other wonder toilets flush the opposite direction do you think these guys have a tough time getting like that torpedo like a spiral because it seems like we don't see that very much and when we were out there doing it with you like I mean so I did yeah was a less accurate that's what I think the percentages are a lot lower so if you have a partner that's like job if you have a partner that's inconsistent the easiest way to make a more consistent as having just hit this point because it's a very consistent they there's a lot bigger spot to hit you all you gotta do is hit just gonna swing through it and it's gonna get I will go far who knows but it won't be like a seven yard ten yards you know that's going to go at least thirty yards right so if you have a partner who's ahead case or in the middle of something is like all I can't find it can't find it let's just go endeavor and there's plenty of times whenever I would be going whenever I was with mix that Tomic man where I wasn't turning it over for whatever reason just I couldn't find it that day so we just went left all day and I just the end of renting just because it's like a fall back security blanket it's like this is going to be easy to hack regardless no matter what over there I got a lot of people in the comments section of the video that we put up on YouTube they said that the coach the managers probably won't let you torpedo as much pride because the risk reward of it you could potentially get a complete shocking kind of slow down everything when everything's group but I think I'm at the point where I mean I've I feel very good about the old torpedo and I was in there some guys in the NFL that hit great talks but I think it's one of those things where somebody has to give you like the okay like yeah you're good enough to do it because this is such an easier ball control and to get well for me if you can control it and kick it like this why not just add another sixty yards on do it I mean that's just come out your brain was also very correct Darren Bennett was known for kicking long goals torpedo ponds he was the two time leader in goals for Melbourne and then he came over there.

Tom
"william sharon" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:24 min | 11 months ago

"william sharon" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Australia <Speech_Male> they will <Speech_Male> absolute <Speech_Male> talk if. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> About yourself <Speech_Music_Male> cut <Speech_Music_Male> down a fair. <Speech_Music_Male> Dinkum Fair Dinkum. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Come out. <Speech_Male> So is their <Speech_Male> goal for you? <Speech_Male> You've played sixty games. <Speech_Male> Is Their goal like <Speech_Male> I'd like to get to one hundred, <Speech_Male> or is it just? I want to get <Speech_Male> through the next four games <Speech_Male> and we'll figure <SpeakerChange> it out from <Speech_Music_Male> there. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Under hundred fifty <Speech_Music_Male> now out <Speech_Music_Male> Philis, Lord advising <Speech_Music_Male> so yeah. <Speech_Music_Male> I think there's about twenty <Speech_Music_Male> twenty <Speech_Music_Male> three guesses. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Finals may <Speech_Male> twenty six <Speech_Music_Male> a year <Speech_Music_Male> so <Speech_Music_Male> far two. Hundred <Speech_Music_Male> fifty. <Speech_Music_Male> Four years. <Speech_Music_Male> Bags. <Speech_Music_Male> With injuries. <Speech_Music_Male> On <Speech_Music_Male> years <SpeakerChange> I'll be. <Speech_Music_Male> Happy <Speech_Music_Male> with that, <Speech_Music_Male> but hopefully one <Speech_Music_Male> that <Speech_Music_Male> side. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Thanks a lot <Speech_Male> of the you love <Speech_Male> the sport. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> But. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> That's me. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> It's <Speech_Male> it's. It's <Speech_Music_Male> like a little known secret. <Speech_Music_Male> No one knows <Speech_Music_Male> by rolls <Speech_Music_Male> around the St. Thomas <Speech_Music_Male> Sells like <Speech_Male> offseason. <Speech_Male> So this is this <Speech_Male> is like a sport <Speech_Music_Male> for a lot of people <Speech_Music_Male> that are striving <Speech_Music_Male> for <Speech_Male> contacts or <Speech_Music_Male> concede people <Speech_Music_Male> just get light APP. <Speech_Music_Male> This is <Speech_Music_Male> southern officer. <Speech_Music_Male> The top been different <Speech_Male> one off but <Speech_Male> be. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Hurry in room <Speech_Male> sport <SpeakerChange> adult. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I agree completely <Speech_Male> in the <Speech_Male> you're put yourselves <Speech_Male> in predicaments <Speech_Male> to get absolutely <Speech_Male> slaughtered to. It's <Speech_Male> like you're jumping <Speech_Male> off of people's <Speech_Male> backs <Speech_Male> in your up in the air <Speech_Male> while people were hitting <Speech_Male> you the <SpeakerChange> hits <Speech_Male> are <Speech_Male> you <Speech_Male> got? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Like back <Speech_Male> in the day that is with <Speech_Male> no pads. Either <Speech_Male> these these <Speech_Male> maniacs <Speech_Male> have no pads. <Speech_Male> They're flying <Speech_Male> through the sky, <Speech_Male> and they are trying <Speech_Male> to kill each <Speech_Male> other while catching <Speech_Male> a ball that <Speech_Male> was made to be kicked. <Speech_Male> I mean it is just. <Speech_Male> It is <Speech_Male> such a good sport and <Speech_Male> can't wait to get. Started <Speech_Male> can't wait to see <Speech_Male> you back <Speech_Male> on the field. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> and. I can't thank <Speech_Male> you enough for joining us <Speech_Male> I'm I'm hoping <Speech_Male> that the whole world notices <Speech_Male> the AFL <Speech_Male> because man. <Speech_Male> The sport deserves. It's <Speech_Male> been around a long time. It's <Speech_Male> a damn good <SpeakerChange> one. <Speech_Male> Is <Speech_Music_Male> a great one out. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Over? <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Maybe you should learn who <Speech_Male> Thomas <Speech_Music_Male> William Sharon <Speech_Music_Male> is. <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> You know what I mean. <Speech_Music_Male> I. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> It's still. <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Kicking <Speech_Male> like you got hurt. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Oh. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> GotTa <Speech_Male> get you tore it all down. <Speech_Male> You guys have torn <Speech_Male> down there. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Toward? <Speech_Male> Torah! <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Tornadoes like a <Speech_Male> super anti <Speech_Male> inflammatory <Speech_Male> that. We <Speech_Male> use the NFL <Speech_Male> I'll tell <Speech_Male> you what I think. If they gave <Speech_Music_Male> you Satori doll, you'd be good <Speech_Music_Male> Thursday. <Speech_Music_Male> Friday <Speech_Male> though would not <Speech_Male> be able to walk on <Speech_Male> Friday. Though <Speech_Male> did that thing healthy <Speech_Male> got a long <Speech_Male> career. How do you <Speech_Male> long season for <Speech_Male> the magpies <Speech_Male> and I can't <Speech_Male> take enough <SpeakerChange> for joining US brother. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Female> Young. <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> Award. <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Laughter> <Speech_Music_Male> <Laughter> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> Our <Speech_Music_Male> at our. <Speech_Male>

Australia William Sharon officer magpies NFL US AFL
"william sharon" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

06:33 min | 11 months ago

"william sharon" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"All said I will corner bed. PETARD, so there's so many reasons why this makes so much sense. Dana can work out at the performance institute that he built out there in Vegas. You know who take it serious now the question is are they going to test for juice a hopefully not and both of these guys get on everything Oh. Let them take everything they could possibly take. However, I mean there are a little bit older both of them, but if they want to get on whatever I assume, they're both. Both on TRT to begin with testosterone, replacement therapy, or whatever it is because it feels like you can get one of those that every single corner here in Indiana assume. That's the way it is soon as you get older, you just sign up to do that thing. Get a shot in your ass. Get some other stuff and you just keep it moving. I'm not old enough for that yet, but as soon as I become the age of that probably going to happen, if I had to guess but I I don't see how even with the baddest motherfucker who Masato Corner Dan laboratories stands any chance here. Against Dwight. His life has been completely. Revolved around humans fighting other people I would just assume through OSMOSIS. He would be pretty good fighter. I mean I watched one mixed martial arts fight all of a sudden, and I know exactly how to fuck and make it microphone tap. Imagine. If you had that in your basement, they had any fight happened in his basement. Cooking show, which is not people out I feel like Dan. Art is up against quite. A massive! Favorite in this. Case but sitting in a spot though think about it. Who would expect him to win? No one's to expect him to beat Dana White, so he goes in. Everyone's expectations are super low, so even if he goes and he doesn't win, but he doesn't get knocked out. It's like Oh, it's a. how does Dana Not not this guy out like you probably should have so I think in a power position here nick and raise a ton of money for it, and they both seem to genuinely disliked the other one. Yeah, what happened Lebanon? Said some Dana, so it was on an interview. Petard, actually challenge Dana White's to the fight. Like Hey, we should fight for charity and now obviously. This mother immediately as a response like yes, absolutely, let's do it. Do Not Challenge Dana. If you don't really WANNA, fight. I'm Dana is a savage. Thanked me boy. He's a savage I i. don't know about his size and dimension comparisons. He said he has eighty pounds on lead guitar, and that's before he gets into whatever training camp fight campy would get into as Dan Lebatard. Now, this is not an on Dan. lebatardshow real has he ever played a sport in his life? Like. Kind of a knock I think he would take that as a knock on him. I didn't mean it. I just didn't know I. Don't know 'cause I know him from his good brain and good words on radio. I don't know if he's a sport person. Imagine somebody who's never done a training camp before just getting dropped into a training camp and saying like yeah, that's what you're going to okay, so you're going to run until you puke in the. The morning then you gotta do your show that everybody is making living, and then afterwards we're going to probably some sparring sessions, and then by the way at night. You'RE GONNA. Run Til you puke again, then you're gonNA wake up and do that for another four weeks. Do you think somebody I don't even know if I could do that right now? And I've had to do that for multiple sports in my life. I am not sure that Dan. Dan Lewis. And I think if I'm Dan. I'm throwing bombs early and just open at one lands, and then maybe. Is, this an Emmy fighter boxing match? It's gotta be boxing. I would think. I'm worried about day. Admit he is GonNa da. If, they do fight the probably have to wear headgear. It'll be a boxing match like I don't know. Dana Bash I don't think Dana will promote the headgear and stuff again. I don't think he would do technically. Do they have to get licensed somewhere to make this happen now? WHO's the goes eight and the deal, too? Because if Dan is negotiating this deal, he'll somehow I have a smaller gloves on day and laboratory big gloves like damn bigger gloves. You'll be smart i. mean this is actually you know. What if they do it anyway? Class with no headgear if they go fight on that. The reservation. That Dana was originally going to have out in California, what did on fight island so not only does. Don Only Dana have to worry about Dan Lebatard. Got John Jones. Saying let me the hell out of here. He's got a moss. WHO's about to take the side of somebody who's about the fight against stay? He wants to hell out conor McGregor. Once out data right now is playing full. fucking johnny can't go John. Come on, you feel forty-five five. And then it must. What was what do you encounter like can't get you. He's doing this. And then all of a sudden laboratory comes, and he's like I cannot motherfucker out though I can't handle this situation here, but that one I definitely can't. Let's go guns a blazing towards that one I just. John Boehner Jones feels as if we the days of seeing him dominate the UFC. And then inevitably, the conversation follows the next day about he forgot a task or something happened or ones. It's going to happen I. Think John Jones was one of those guys who could have done the floyd mayweather route just like five maybe six three five years ago, John Bones Jones. Everybody was understanding. This guy is the guy. This is the phenom. This is the guy who's going to be the best fighter on earth. Whenever he was doing fights, he was toying with people. I got a chance to watch him in Baltimore. Aided the Ray Lewis entrance music. It was just like this guy's the next big guy. This guy selling out arenas in then obviously all the problems outside the octagon start piling up and I'm not sure if he could do it anymore, but. John John Still One of the biggest names in UFC's history the fact that he's unhappy with Connor and Hor. Hey, I mean Dana is in the middle. He's entrenched in some battles right now. Dana is of course, but Dana loves it I think he thrives in chaos. That's like what his personality lends itself to. So I think it's Dana doesn't mind. All of this stuff is still although some of it may seem negative for the UFC. It's still publicity data doesn't care. He's the only show in town right now. They're the only one putting on my sports, aren't they? AFL's back in two days. Thursday morning Sharon. Sharon? Guy's name Thomas William Sharon. handcrafted the first ever ball in eighteen eighty. Ever heard of it now. They're doing the same. Quality handcrafted ball that your foot will love as their tagline. That's back. July thirty first the NBA's back. The MLB is going to be back. Did you talk about this? In the first show I did not okay so I talked to jet passing. And jetpack passing just is he on? Call it all times for your show in the show. It seems like I. Don't know I sent him a text..

Don Only Dana Masato Corner Dan laboratories Dana White Dana Bash Dan Lebatard John Boehner Jones UFC John John Dan Lewis fight island testosterone boxing Indiana Dwight Guy Emmy MLB Vegas NBA Sharon
"william sharon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:00 min | 11 months ago

"william sharon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"To your pubic hair and it's like butter on a warm piece of bread to one that is all Connor got the ball so met left earlier Connor end up with it was there any bit of a scuffle for the shared on the way out there now there's not bill got the ball toss it to Connor it is a race here as if it was removed came out of the room stumbling drunk this is Sherin by the way that's my name but this is sherry Thomas William Sharon handcrafted this for the first time in eighteen eighty they still use the ball to this day G. E. Dr go up to the NFL's back tomorrow morning five thirty AM to give us some pics we have two calls from Australia Warrick or next work has been on before whose brain do we want to trust is a big deal this can't turn out like the Christian Miami thing with UFC fights who do we want what works in a strain named X. is the normal last name so it's a it's a name of probably a bit negative two if you're and if I have to call in that time a realist well that's the that's the spin zone that negative people put on it yeah cynical people no no no yeah negative yeah capital B. Nelson and now these are all spends you guys put on a July list tell like it is both always you never had to literally use all of these before probably to me probably to me we're going on here we're gonna do this is with well there's a chance this also happens why don't we should not be and I can just tell you what the other outcome could potentially be that's for real it's not to be not that I don't wanna hear about the devil's advocate all these things all these are all the things are it's going to work in Australia work you've been on the show before I believe the last time you said all they're all good matches can't tell you who's going to win or something like that you try to be like a pro both teams we just need to know for tomorrow sure we bet handsomely on for these AFL games because there's like a hundred bets for every NFL game on FanDuel right now and I'm pumped to get back into the gambling business with AFL yeah I think I took on board your information locked arms on the different balls out of the three PC this way well our words from his balls out not from Thomas William Sharon but from I believe his parents deaths they burst the ball work what we got yeah well we've got the Collingwood Richmond James I'm going after Joe gets him and talk to them gonna have to put the money on Richmond this time around cost three dollars a day to day so really good day the Richmond would be the guy J. five president Maher took his balls out one one sixty two W. minus one sixty two and also Mason **** the Americans thought over there not playing because he injured his knee in training we have a full interview with him actually debuting tonight like a twenty five thirty minute conversation we had with the **** Ella about the AFL good conversation I recommend everybody took okay Richmond Tigers at minus one but is it money line yeah what about the spread spreads minus eight half yeah that'll be a tough on the moneyline danger get shorter so it's gonna be a bit tricky to pick the score but I think I'm going to win this a good call okay good feel good story dresses while Jack Higgins held back yes it's lost but yet right zero three at like a young at AM genetic condition that doesn't surgery device first time in about a year to the target so that's a big story that is this is the first to score potentially I think that is also about what's his name Jack Stevens Jack Higgins Higgins twenty one years old second party had brain surgery twenty one years old let's go okay welcome back checking I'm calling with manta I got mad five big aggressive bird in a spot in Australia by one for those asking it's not just like an apple pie difference outbox but if a guy has brain surgery then comes back to play a year later I'm pulling for that guy Jack Higgins in Richmond Tigers amounts one six five what's the next best Jack Higgins is actually minus one sixty five to score gold any time spent on that as well Jack is minus one six five is definitely a score after coming back after that seems like I get I wanted to tell you my to get around it to show those people and so I will get around in and out of your next week is that reason against Fremantle the bridge along to get spring metal present a plaque at home and they had a really good record high last year search I'm gonna get straight after that you could pick out what other minus three hundred minus three hundred work what you're do you look like if you stay for one of the guys you've given us that like yeah mine is seven thousand did you got any what's the spread a lot the spread on that is eighteen and a half you did what did they win by twenty you think that seems like a massive spread that's is that a normal spread for these games all right yeah that's about right the Baptist three also if you want to pay that's like an NFL guy let's maybe look at a four point spread oh wow okay four point spread okay so we're taking a Brisbane lions minus eighty nine for sure all right okay what's next yeah and I think he the loss on the give yeah each S. and then if he's in a city that's going to be a good one they're underdogs studies via it should be back up so I'm not a big part of coming back to dealing with some injuries but I reckon they'll get that get the chocolate chips in the district right however that plus one one twelve plus one twelve a seven by way of sending was the team that I watched the first time the first time that was my one I said that was the future that was the team that I fell in love with AFL because on it just so happens I can't be afraid of this because of that Mason **** alone another team but okay working in Australia we first I have a little more Hey happy cheers cheers to the AFL season getting back into things okay so we got Richmond Tigers one minus one six by Jack Higgins.

pubic hair Connor
"william sharon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"william sharon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Free. Now check in with chicken news wise. Got Brian clones here and this moot music venue, coming to the banks. Some say it's not a very good idea anymore. Yeah. One of those people is the guy who found the Bunbury music festival Bill beady, and he told the end choirs Jason Williams, Sharon Coolidge, on a episode of one of their podcasts that everybody needs to check their egos. He said at the door and not build the banks venue that the Cincinnati symphony won the contract on. He's the guy who started Bunbury years ago, ended up selling his business to promo west. So he might be a little bias in this since he has worked with them and continues to work with them in the future. But he says that looking at the, the concert scene in the tri-state that. Promo west. He believes, is the company best position to be able to bring in the top acts be successful with the music venue. That's going up now in Newport, from the beginning, Don Abedian, who knows the music scene. Cincinnati pretty well had been recommending that the city of Cincinnati and Hamilton county. Choose promo west to build the banks venue. But he says when they decided not to felt like the hometown fix was in some people in town figure that symphony could do the project just as well. And give them the contract and the tax breaks that went along with it to benefit the local organization, however, he says, now that they're facing composition. It is his opinion and the opinion he says many experts in the industry that the company associated with the symphony Mimi, the production company won't be able to bring in the accent. He thinks that this point they're better off abandoning their project instead of seeing fail. I don't know when the podcast was done, but Jason Williams paint that point about a week ago and it was two different versions of the, the one that was online versus the one that was in the paper, the one online, he said, if you build this thing, you'll have creed opening for Casey in the sunshine. When all the bigger acts are going to Newport. It was such an obvious fix and just crony. Yeah. I think I figured, well if the symphony bills, then promo Westwood and build their own venue, would just bring their accent and work with the symphony, and obviously, that was a pretty big miscount, someone was kind of arrogant coming up, our news at five thirty. Today's today that a Bill to legalize sports wagering in Ohio gets his first hearing in Columbus, one of the sponsors, a local Representative. We'll have more five thirty on NewsRadio seven of w that's coming up about five eighteen right now five eighteen and something could be done about robocalls robo calls in this country. Now they're making. This is how many households in America about the million a half five billion. Robo calls are made a month, five billion. And the problem is you're dealing with the first I want people have the right apparently to bother you. But regulators trying to figure out a way to stop some of the billions the FCC and yesterday we're gonna vote in June. Whether to wireless carriers block spam, calls by default, which should mean that more spam calls or blocked, and why not that way the government's not doing it. They're allowing someone else to do it. But it doesn't infringe on the first amendment. I think robo calls are probably the main reason, people would get rid of a land line, number one, because you don't need it. But if you had one just because you've always had that number and too many people know that number don't want to get rid of that number. This. That's reason enough. If you had to get rid of it, just because they the phone rings all day. So we'll see where that goes more time on it later on the program that we have right now. We got Jay Ratliff we'll get to here in just a couple of minutes when a mansion. Once again, that you should check out a product called nature stone because it's gonna make your basement. Look really, really nice. I know I said I'd get this done by now. But I haven't it's just a matter of me putting things off. There's a part of my basement. I'm going to get done the utility room. And then a hallway from there. The rest of the basement has done, it looks spectacular and just never got around to that I was gonna do something like carpet squares way back and just never did anything this, this is what I want. And if you got a nature stone dot com and take a look at it. You're going to want it to any part of your basement. That is doesn't get the usage that you'd like just because, you know, the floor is concrete. It is what it is. Do it up. Right. It's great insulation at the same time, insulates better than carpet would than we'll only vinyl wood tile any.

Jason Williams Cincinnati Don Abedian Newport Bill beady Brian Robo FCC Jay Ratliff Hamilton county Sharon Coolidge NewsRadio America Mimi Casey Representative Ohio Columbus
"william sharon" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"william sharon" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"So once fair in his partners to control of consolidated Virginia, the opted to tunnel into the mine and for awhile it did indeed seem like a waste of time and money, and they would occasionally find small veins, but then they would follow them only to find an end. But then in March eighteen seventy three they found a vein that widened more and more the deeper they tunneled into it. And before the news could breaks at the allegedly dry. Mine actually contained a very significant vein. Fifty feet in width at that point fair and MacKay contacted their partners who are in San Francisco and told them to buy any outstanding stock in the consolidated Virginia mind that they could as an aside fair always claimed that he had been the one to find this vein and that he used his years of knowledge and skill to really carefully follow this vein of silver. That was so thin and delicate that it would have been impossible for somebody with less savvy to do it. But his version leaves out the fact that there was another man named Sam Curtis. He was the super. Intendant on the project, and he was the one that actually made that discovery. And additionally other accounts say that it was really easy to follow this Bain once they had stumbled across it. Yeah. There's a it comes up a lot in various biographies of him that he always describes it as a knife thin edge of vein that he you know, intuited might go somewhere further, and then other people are like you literally have driven a team of horses through there. It was so easy to find. Some disparity in the accounts of what this vein was actually like also if if you work for a publicly traded company today this business of buying up stock before you make a big announcement. That's the kind of thing you have ethics training about right? I think that James g fair probably would have spent at the idea of ethics training. That's just my theory. I don't know. I don't mean to in any way disparage the van who clearly hit a lot of business acumen. But I don't think he would have been down with with ethics training. But back to the story. So once fair and MacKay told their partners to buy up interest in the mine and remember they already had the controlling interest. They just wanted as much of it as they could get, but they did exactly that. And they also bought as much additional property in the surrounding area as they could. And soon the partners headed masked a huge tract of land, which they call the consolidated Virginia and California and that vein that they had struck. Was massive it came to be known as the big bonanza and just a few years after the new company was established their combined. Mine had earned one hundred and fifty million dollars that is not adjusted to today's dollars that was in the currency at the time and along the way fair head astutely invited press rivals and brokers to all come and look at the mine, which was all part of driving up interest in value to ensure the best possible position. Should he and his partners wish to sell? So after this period of incredible growth Nevada's mining industry. Started to take on a darker images. Stocks speculation led to an economic downturn fair and his associates came to be viewed as greedy manipulators of this market, fair made a variety of statements to the press defending himself defending his partners. But their images were already pretty well tainted. Furthermore, they had made a lot of money in part because of this overvalued mining stock in over the years fair and his friend McKay continued the hands on manager. -ment of the minds together. Well, their partners handled finances out of their offices in California and fair and MacKay managed for a long time to stay cordial despite James fares tendency to showboat, and sometimes temperamental outbursts, and that worked largely due to mckay's willingness to just sort of navigate around such things, and they were in many ways polar opposites even down to their spending habits. Mckay gave away money constantly, but he'd spend very little on himself fair on the other end would spend lavishly on what we would probably call promoting his personal brand today. He liked to do things that made him look being an important, but he was otherwise really tight with money fair had diversified as fortune and invested in a number of other business ventures over the years, he amassed more and more wealth, the whole time we mentioned earlier that fair was a contemporary of Levi Strauss and one space where their stories are pretty similar is in the world of San Francisco real estate, so just as Strauss spot up interesting properties around the city to build up his hold. Stared at the same thing starting in eighteen sixty nine in fares case, he focused first on businesses and residential properties. But then he started expanding his interest in his business acumen to get involved in railroads and transit systems as well in eighteen seventy eight he built the South Pacific coast railroad, and this also included a ferry system, and it was really a key moment in the growth of the bay area. Because it connected San Francisco Santa Cruz, San Jose, and Oakland and less than a decade after it was completed fair sold the whole thing to the southern Pacific company in eighteen eighty six and he made himself a million dollars in the process, even before he sold off the South Pacific coast railroad, he had already moved into yet another entirely new career as a politician in eighteen eighty one he was elected to the United States Senate and a race against his mining rival, William Sharon and fair had run on a platform that focused on the interests of the state of Nevada. Even when those interests were not necessarily in line with his political party. The obituary that ran got picked up by the New York Times, which is what I read it in. But it ran another papers when they're died described him as quote nominally, a democrat, the silver minds of the state were a huge economic driver. And as a consequence fair, who, of course, knew all about them was able to prioritize those interests to keep the state economy prosperous and in his campaign. He told people that he didn't know anything about politics, but he knew what the state and its miners needed. But once he had his senatorial seat, he didn't actually do much with it. It was estimated that he has spent about three hundred fifty thousand dollars getting elected. But after attending some sessions dutifully for the first few months of his term. He just sort of seemed to check out even actually he was actually spending more time back in San Francisco than he was in Washington. And even on the issue of advocating for the silver mining industry, which he run on his his platform. He led another Nevada. Senator John p Jones take the lead when it came to speaking on the issue on the Senate. Floor. Fair voted in favor of the Chinese exclusion act of eighteen eighty one. But he wasn't especially active on any other issues. He really preferred to go back to California and gossip to olives friends about Washington politicians, then when he was in Washington, he tended to skip sessions and drink in his office with his friends, it turned out that he just found the Senate to be boring at one point he said something about how to him like listening to a bunch of people talk about things like, you know, what a person should be paid as a fair wage just bored him to tears, and he would rather be either in the minds or running something he was not so much with the legislation. But in the midst of his term, he also became the focus of a massive scandal. When his wife of twenty two years filed for divorce and the scandal came about because she cited habitual adultery is the reason that she sought to end the marriage in eighteen eighty three. This was the first time such a charge was made against a sitting US Senator in it was. Wide front page. News fares, fellow senators were horrified and denounced him the divorce hearing took place in early may eighteen eighty three in the testimony was big news that testimony was also extremely damning to James g fair. One of his Paramore's testified during the hearing and another one provided a deposition to the court fair claim the whole thing was a political plot that had been orchestrated by enemies, but he also didn't contest any of the charges that were made against him. He agreed to the divorce and then when the dust settled the judgment against him was really harsh the conditions of the divorce stated the James would get custody of the couple's two sons James and Charles and they also had two daughters. Teresa in Virginia who were to stay with their mother per the court's decision. But the big news was that MRs fair was also granted nearly five million dollars in cash and securities which is believed to be the largest divorce settlement in history at that time. This was a huge loss for fair. Not just because of the public scan. Title and the dissolution of his family. But also because it led to the dissolution of his very successful long term business partnership. William O'Brien had died in eighteen seventy eight but McKay and flood had sided with Theresa in the divorce things that are already become strained when fair had started working as a Senator while he was in Washington. Theresa would look to McKay for support in California, and by helping her McKay had made Fairfield feel insulted since these three men couldn't untangle their business dealings fair instead, contented himself by giving his business associates some backhanded compliments in the press. Yeah, he would say, you know, things along the lines of like, oh they've done. So well for themselves considering you know, they started out poor stupid humans like they just a really unkind to them. And we're going to talk next about some of the family drama that swirled around the fares after the divorce, but first we're gonna take a quick break in here from one of our sponsors. He listeners I would like to tell you about a new podcast called before breakfast. If you ever feel like you just wish you had a twenty fifth hour in the day. You can't quite do that. But you can listen to before breakfast hosted by Laura Vander Cam help you get a little bit more out of each day. Laura is the author of several time management and productivity books including Juliet school of possibilities off the clock and one hundred sixty eight hours. These are tips that worked for her for people. She admires and she's learned from feedback from listeners like you, Laura has studied thousands of schedules over the last ten years. She loves seeing how people combined rewarding careers with billing personal lives. You'll learn things like why tracking your is a good idea. How to find more time to read how to make better small talk? How to find time to exercise and a busy schedule and y planning your week on Friday is better wake up with before breakfast? Every Wednesday morning just like that first Cup of coffee. It'll help you feel like you can take on the world one productivity. Hip at a time. Listen and subscribe on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio

McKay Virginia San Francisco James g California MacKay Nevada United States Senate Senator Laura Vander Cam Washington Sam Curtis South Pacific coast railroad Levi Strauss New York Times Bain intuited US
"william sharon" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"william sharon" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"The listeners just going to take a second to talk to you about an issue to this something I worry about a lot which is food waste. Did. You know that each year forty percent of food in the United States never gets eaten with an average American family of four spending fifteen hundred dollars per year on food that they throw away in each individual's throwing away about twenty pounds of food per month wasting food wastes, everything water Lieber fuel and money. Cook it store it share. It. Just don't waste it. Learn how to better plan store and cook your food at save the food dot com brought to you by the natural Resources Defense Council and the Ad Council. Welcome to stuff you missed in history. Class a production of I heart radio. How stuff works? Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm hauling fry. And I'm Tracy Wilson, Tracy back in the fall when I was visiting San Francisco as you recall, we ended our tour there, and then I stayed for a week because I love that city. But the hotel that we were staying in had a photo of Senator James g fair framed. And sitting a little piece of furniture in the parlor, and my interest was immediately sparked because there was no context for this there. They're sitting there there's there. And so I asked around and it turned out that fair had actually paid for that building to be established as a boarding school in eighteen ninety and that school was run by a teacher named Mary lake. And there were rumors at the time that she in fair were romantically involved. They both denied these. But incidentally, Mary lake allegedly haunts that hotel she never visited me to the best of my knowledge, we didn't see her. But I then was kind of left with the desire to know a lot more about James g fair, and it turned out as I did some digging. Oh, he was a piece of work. He was a contemporary of Levi Strauss. He was living and working in San Francisco around the same time as the Denham magnet. But though, fair often appears on lists of the richest men in US history. He just doesn't have the same level of name recognition. And so I thought it might be fun to do an episode on him. But spoiler alert. It's unlikely that you're gonna come away from this episode feeling warm and. Airman fuzzy about James g fair the way you might have after the Levi Strauss episode. He's not quite as magnanimous and lovely, man. If your primary affection is for money and the making their of you might be super into it. Maybe at all costs right time. Time of your your search for money. Fair story starts in closer County, Tyrone Ireland where he was born on December third eighteen thirty one. And his father's name was also James fair his mother's maiden name was Graham. And that's where he got his middle name. Yeah. We don't know her first name any longer the records. Don't seem to clearly indicate what her first name was. But when James was twelve his family immigrated to the United States, and they lived briefly in Geneva, Illinois after finishing his early schooling. In Geneva fare went onto study both business and science in Chicago. But the California gold rush captured his attention in Embiid when that whole thing blew up, and so at the age of eighteen fair left, Illinois to seek his fortune in mining at first he worked in Placer mining and that is using water to excavate and recover the deposit that you're trying to get at the most basic form Placer mining is panning, but there are much larger scale, and we're indus-. Israel forms of places reminding as well, he did okay. In these efforts. He made a little bit of money. But it was never quite the major income that he was hoping for and fair floundered around a little bit. Once he decided that gold might not be the road to wealth for him. He tried mining for courts because a lot of courts was part of the the source for where all of these gold mines were coming from. But he only met with a little bit of success. And then he actually gave farming a world for a little while on a plot near Petaluma, California. But that was similarly unfulfilling and not really very profitable. And he gave up after six months in the early eighteen sixty shifted gears again away from gold and courts and agriculture and California this time he said his sights on Nevada and the late eighteen fifties, silver lodes had been discovered in Nevada and fair was eager to be one of the first people to capitalize on the silver trade. Yeah, he didn't run out there. Right. As these silver loads are being discovered he kinda wanted to get a sense of the the whole situation. And if it was really. A viable thing since gold had not worked out. But once he realized like, oh, this is a very real opportunity. He was on top of it. It was a really smart move as he was much more successful in silver mining than he had been in gold mining. Although I should point out that many of these mines were also producing both silver angled, but silver was just what was making the most money. He went to Virginia city, Nevada, which is south of Reno. It's to the east of lake tahoe's northern tip and fair worked prospecting in Virginia city for five years on his own but in eighteen sixty five a corporate enterprise hired him as its superintendent. And that mine was the odor mine named after. King Solomon's fear mine from which so much wealth had sprung soon. Fair was showing just how good he was managing the over mind's business interests and day to day functions and that skill attracted the attentions of other mining operations. He was hired as director of the HALE Norcross mine, he also became friends with John w MacKay his work at, hey. Hale in Norcross, turned it from something that just wasn't turning a profit into a valuable venture that resulted in two billion dollars over the course of two years that money didn't go back to fair though. It went to the company in eighteen sixty seven fair and Halen Norcross severed their relationship for reasons that have never been totally clear. Yeah. There are a lot of series about maybe him being frustrated that he wasn't really getting much of the prophet. And that he kind of just told them to go take a hike or that he may have been making noises like that. And they told him to go take a hike. We don't really know. What happened exactly but fair in his friend McKay who'd also been working in mining towns joined forces with San Francisco stockbrokers, James C flood and w Brian to buy a controlling interest in the HALE in Norcross mine in eighteen sixty eight and that four man partnership eventually came to be known by the nickname the silver kings? All of them were Irish James flood was not born in Ireland. But he was born. In in New York shortly after his parents immigrated, this by into Halen, Norcross was a really significant move prior to the foursome joining forces to come into control of the mind. It's previous controlling owners were the dominant powers in Nevada mining these were Williams c Ralston and William Sharon. And they were backed by the Bank of California, which Ralston had founded they had continued to capitalize on their wealth by making loans to hopeful speculators for the purchase of minds or stocks in minds. They weren't really hoping these people would turn a profit from the mind they were hoping that they would lose their money in before closed on if the notes weren't paid in time, then Roulston and Sharon would take control of the mine after it had been foreclosed on. They would expand their own footprint that was actually how they had come to own HALE in Norcross in the first place, they had not actually been the owners when fair worked there. Yeah. They definitely get characterized and not without reason as kind of the mustache twirling villain. Means of Virginia city and the surrounding area at the time fair who at this point had a great deal more agency as a controlling owner of the HALE in Norcross was able to run things exactly as he wished and that way turned out to be very very prosperous because fair had begun as a prospector and worked in the mining industry for years at that point. And he knew a lot about machinery, he understood every facet of mining more deeply perhaps than anyone else at the time. He was also quick to take action, but he was not impulsive he thought through all of his ideas and plans completely before ever committing manpower and resources to them. He was also completely hands on even as a high level executive. He would go into the minds just about every day to inspect the progress and equipment and update the workers with new directives based on those inspections some of this was because he obviously did not trust anybody else's judgement as much as he trusted his own. But this really cost him having his hand in every level of the busy. Meant that. He did not sleep very much, and he had very little time for his personal life. He did get married during this time. And we'll talk about his wife a little bit more later, but he pretty clearly was focused on the mine and making money. I mean, he did everything from these inspections. He wrote all of the checks instead of hiring clerk or an accountant to do it. He would do like their reports at the end of every fiscal session. And like literally go line by line through everything they had spent money on he was completely devoted to this job and the mindless, so fruitful that it became really apparent that James fair and his business associates should think about expanding their holdings, and maybe buy up some additional property in the area in some of that property already had smaller mining interests on it in one of the minds that they bought a controlling interest in was the consolidated Virginia, which they purchased from Roulston in eighteen seventy two Ralston's partner. Sharon thought that the purchase was going to be dead weight for this collection of Irish businessman. There had been so much effort already poured into the consolidated. Virginia mine, and it was believed to be dry, but it turned out that belief was incorrect and coming up we're going to talk about what happened when fair in his company works, the consolidated Virginia mine, but first we will pause for a little sponsor break. This episode is brought to you by GS k. For years, we have relied on antibiotics, but what happens if they stop working and at once treatable infection could be fatal at GS K. We're one of the few companies continuing to invest in a new generation of antibiotics through our own dedicated team and by working with other scientists because antibiotic resistance isn't a problem of the future. It's already here. So

Nevada Senator James g United States San Francisco Norcross William Sharon Virginia city Halen Norcross California James fair Virginia Levi Strauss HALE Ralston James g Mary lake HALE Norcross natural Resources Defense Coun Tracy Wilson
"william sharon" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"william sharon" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"New Jersey one zero one point five news starts now. It's seven o'clock. I'm Matthew white topping. Our report this hour influenza activity remains high in all parts of the Garden State. And a lot of new Jerseyans are getting sick. But most of them continue going into work, ignorant company and physician recommendations to stay home. Studies show eighty five percent of workers who have the flu still go into the office jersey, infectious disease expert, Dr Ted Lewis says even if you stay away from co workers, you will probably get them sick. Anyway, you can spread it just by if you cough, or whatever you call fond. You're going up on the elevator. You're pressing the button, maybe you blow your nose, and you didn't wash your hands, and you touch the telephone he Antef you have to go to work with the flu consider wearing a mask over your mouth and nose to limit the spread of germs. David Matthau, New Jersey one zero one point five news. A lot of pushback in Trenton to a Bill that would require. Passing a course in civics or US government to qualify for high school graduation. Sharon, Siler of the New Jersey school boards association says parts of civics are already incorporated in the two required years of US history. And then an audit of current classes would be needed among other open questions is the civics course of for full year or a semester because if it was a full year that could be a hardship on the district to fit it into the schedule idea was sponsored and endorsed by the assembly education committee, but Bill sponsor, Emily woman. Joanne, Downey agreed to meet with concern groups to explore changes to the proposal tax incentives that New Jersey enacted during Governor Chris Christie's administration to lure businesses to the state are set to expire this year. Governor Murphy wants to scrap his predecessors proposals. But his fellow Democrats drafted the incentive programs that Murphy opposes they're skeptical about an all at the first year governor conducted tax credit debate comes as. Murphy pushed incentive proposals last week and lawmakers held a hearing on that audit. You may not see or feel the effects of this till tomorrow when everyone's back at work, but today eighteen weeks of ramp closures detours begin at the Scudder falls bridge over the Delaware river impacting to ninety five and route twenty nine we have full details at nj one zero one five dot com. And a good note to end on New Jersey one oh one point five zone. Bob Williams is recovering after receiving a crucial transplant. Thanks to a longtime acquaintance turned kidney donor. Yeah. Kim. Absolutely Kim rumors last week William Sharon update on Facebook voicing his gratitude for the woman who saved his life as a mother of four said after years of not seeing each other since their respective son's little league days, she in Bob Williams ran into each other a day before thanksgiving when she was mid screening process. She took that as a sign that things would work out both doing well one week after their surgeries and hope to raise awareness about organ donation comedy, tickets were both of them all around. Complete New Jersey one zero one point five forecast coming up New Jersey fast traffic in one.

New Jersey Governor Murphy US William Sharon Bob Williams flu Scudder falls bridge Matthew white Trenton Dr Ted Lewis Kim Garden State David Matthau Facebook Delaware river Antef Chris Christie assembly education committee
"william sharon" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"william sharon" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Fans in stake is slow to ask you these down ghana's saudi oh man france is god bless you ask mm now now on death welcome to the rim of beef milligrams of people that one day dark through it because we check that the dogmatism renew brands a change from hand grenades during non psychopaths sitting next to you do than on the murder sitting next you do you think gun again this morning next year after all these downfall wave the yes the dow down and you earlier williams sharon has day i tried to run you jazz twos day how dare you do go nonstop leonard two point seven kid thirty minutes of nonstop kiss music starts now you're onair wither ryan seacrest.

ghana france murder williams sharon ryan seacrest thirty minutes one day
"william sharon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"william sharon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Smartest man in the world he's a billionaire yeah yeah they can make you going back and fourth does he have to be hard to tame yeah only two months of dating for this second time around they boatmen broke up last year and what was initially a just a you know a spill split that was amicable and this time it was also civilized but ilan decided that the relationship wasn't right for him yeah okay kyar dashing and she is celebrating valentine's day by sending her haters an lovers valentine's day gift sin it all has to do with her a valentine's day inspired fragrance it's a big chocolate heart that you break open an inside is her fragrance so sheep tweets out this picture of her distribution liz they're all on post it's an it has people's names peter noticed they were in color categories in in the blue category were the following people taylor swift black china wendy williams sharon osborne and pink they among all spoken out about her in the past in a negative way so laura like nixon's enemy list yeah would you even chocolate would you more no raid the perfume tester okay on tv this weekend we have natalie portman hosting saturday and live in and we have the super bowl that said 530 central time i know on his sunday goes with it patriots in the eagle's what is this bold with hooper the anniversary is performing the national anthem justin timberlake the halftime show in helmand hamilton sorry leslie owed him juniors singing america the beautiful that's the one.

ilan liz laura nixon natalie portman justin timberlake leslie valentine peter sharon osborne hooper helmand two months
"william sharon" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"william sharon" Discussed on KGO 810

"Was such a part of communist allies and we had been in the metro forever and my friend maggie lynch and i did a whole ton of research with mr phil ginsburg who is the head of reckoned park nowhere could we find any record any piece of paper nothing that said it was officially named sharon met so it was not named after somebody name sharon a thought williams sharon was this guy with a lot of money who lived in nevada was a robber baron during the eighteen forty nine gold rush and he gave golden gate park a ton of money and said here's all this money to build a playground dutta build the building you can have the money if you name a building after me and that's the share an art spiltting okay so the meadow is called sharon meadows simply because it is right next door share a shared tangling lee were not renaming the meadow william aiming at a metal as are like a ribbon cutting or some official uh not enough well not not yet not yet it still has to be approved by the board of i guess the the the park supervisors or something or other but sh who's going to say no the raid is the uh the this has led a hazard act a cheese said she kinda intimated no problem yeah it'll go yeah as one of great so comedy celebrating today goldie apart from noon to five vote today i said during a somber decided sunday avatar event sunday noon if i we said i'm let's during a somber discussion tears secretary ryan zinke of nine eleven memorial on the sixteenth anniversary of the terror attacks in new york fox and friends host brian kilmeade asks do you worry a hundred years from now someone's going.

maggie lynch mr phil ginsburg golden gate park lee ryan zinke brian kilmeade williams sharon nevada sharon meadows official goldie secretary new york hundred years
"william sharon" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"william sharon" Discussed on Classic Races

"Kellyanne world continues to move along at one hundred ninety four miles an hour and he's having to come through traffic and making it he's all the way up in there now running with a top contenders as we complete eight laps alabama five hundred it's body baker lady number six goes down the turn wind and he's being challenged does he hits turned to missus tom york in the a first time on the short so far the right side tires were changed on a number seventeen thank you tom on the back stretch tony what are you could fit your body face upper body isaac a bird at right now about fastest car on the yard v wade were what's bracket award of the leaders and a as fly out down by come into the mainstream away the front of the field has card number six broadway maker coming up komo your world stunning twenty fourth is now in 21st in fourth position bobby isaac running the third spot on here comes the fourth place car the mercury cyclone of kale rural kellyanne world started 21st he is now was fourth and he is running six seconds off the leader at the present time dick brooks portable california came on the road and spun there let's get a report from tom let's go to bob mckinley on pit road jerry ill in from south carolina within the pittsburgh three minutes and fifty three seconds along with a much valuable time with a broken fan belt larry from all from sparta wisconsin and a sixty nine cord also in with a broken fans out however it appears that he has water from civil they push the car behind the wall will make repairs and return to the race back the radio control can we get to report from tom you're gone to number three times i do not have the luxury click number seventy four william sharon lost all pressure he is behind the wall out of it right now.

tom york wade mercury cyclone california south carolina pittsburgh wisconsin william sharon alabama bobby isaac dick brooks bob mckinley jerry sparta fifty three seconds sixty nine cord three minutes six seconds