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No. 3 Buckeyes score early and often, bury Wisconsin 52-21
"Third ranked Ohio State jumped out to a 31 7 halftime lead and blew out Wisconsin 52 21 CJ Stroud through for 281 yards and 5 touchdowns but he was more impressed with the Buckeye's ability to rack up 258 rushing yards They said we couldn't run the ball whatever the case may be or they were going to stop them or whatever the case may be And they were a good team but I feel like that was a challenge to us and we wanted to step up to that Trevian Henderson provided a team high 121 yards on the ground and Mayan Williams added 101 in two touchdowns Cade stover and amika ibuka each caught two scoring strikes from Stroud who's thrown for 16 touchdowns in four games I'm Dave ferry
Amber Athey: The Left's Trying to Make an Example of Trump Supporters
"Think about the consequences of that at the FBI When DoJ and Biden are like we need to find white supremacists and domestic violent extremists one thing we learned from the Salem witch trials When you go looking for a witch you're going to find one Yeah exactly right And look at the sentencing of various members of the January 6th protests slash riot There is an individual who made his way into the capitol He was from Michigan He was just sentenced to 5 years in prison and for what I mean he's guilty of really nothing more than trespassing but in the sentencing filing from the prosecutors they said Williams participation in the riot was purposeful extensive enthusiastic and remorseless So now they are using your level of enthusiasm as a means of how you in prison for 5 years even though his offenses were no worse than anyone else who entered the capitol that day It's absolutely unbelievable and clearly they're trying to one make a point and make an example out of these people to tell other Trump supporters that they need to watch their backs And two when the media reports out these sentences the average person who's not actually digging into the details of what these people did is going to think oh my gosh these people were domestic terrorists plotting an insurrection rather than the vast majority of them were just happened to walk through an open door that was how open by a capitol police officer and really understand the implication of what they were doing
Chelsea Gray leads the Las Vegas Aces to their first WNBA title
"The aces are WNBA champs for the first time after defeating the sun 78 to 71 in game four of the finals Las Vegas wasted a 6 point fourth quarter lead before quanah Williams drained a three pointer to put the aces back on top Chelsea gray and Kelsey plum added jumpers to secure the win Gray finished with 20 points and 6 assists I was a little passive and gained three trying to see and scope it out going into the pick and roll So I knew I had to be aggressive Williams had 17 and plum added 15 Courtney Williams had a team high 17 points for the sun I'm Jane ferry
Strider dominant, Contreras homers, Braves sweep Phillies
"Spencer strider held Philadelphia to one run and one hit over 6 innings leading the Atlanta Braves to a 5 to two victory over the Phillies and a sweep of the three game series Strider struck out ten giving him a braves rookie record of 200 strikeouts in a season And no point that I want to strike out 200 guys this season That wasn't a goal of mine It was just keep us in games win games Pitch deep Robbie Grossman and William Contreras provided most of the offense for the braves Grossman doubled home a run in the third and had a solo shot in the 7th Contreras wrapped a solo home run in the 6th Gary mckillop's Atlanta
Arsenal beats Brentford to stay top; Everton gets 1st win
"Arsenal is back atop the Premier League table after a one day absence following a three zero win over Brentford Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta even had the luxury of sending on 15 year old Ethan one area for the final few minutes making him the youngest player ever to appear in a Premier League game And how that feeling from yesterday that in the opportunity could come that I was going to do it And I just don't Fabio Vieira marked his first league start with the goal in the 49th minute defender William saliba and Gabrielle Jesus both scored with headers in the first half I'm Dave ferry
Queen's 8 grandchildren hold silent vigil beside her coffin
"All 8 of Queen Elizabeth II's grandchildren have stood in silent vigil beside her coffin The crowds cheered as a motorcade carrying the queen's 8 grandchildren arrive at Westminster hall They marched in procession into the hall led by Prince William and prince Harry in military uniform A queen's guard banged a sword three times on the ground before the 8 royals stepped up on the platform where the queen's coffin lay they stood in silence by the monarch's coffin lying in state draped in her royal standard and capped with a diamond studded crown Karen chas London
King stands vigil; Wait to see queen's coffin hits 24 hours
"Throngs of people continue to line up and file past Queen Elizabeth II's coffin as it lies in state at parliament Today some of them witnessing a vigil by her children I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Mourners have ranged from young children to London retirees to former England soccer captain David Beckham To have someone that has led us the way her majesty has led us for the amount of time with kindness with caring and always reassurance I think that's the one thing that we all felt safe Inside Westminster hall the atmosphere has been somber reverential Friday a few witness King Charles the third and his siblings princess Anne Prince Andrew and Prince Edward arrive and stand vigil for 15 minutes Backs to the flag draped coffin heads bowed Saturday the queen's 8 grandchildren including princes William and Harry will hold a similar vigil Meantime the British government has warned those wanting to come pay their respects that the waiting time has climbed to more than 24 hours The Q stretching 5 miles I'm Ben Thomas
Roger Federer says he is retiring from professional tennis
"Days after the end of the U.S. open which is expected to be Serena Williams final tournament Roger Federer says he is retiring The 41 year old has won 20 Grand Slam titles but has not competed since 2021 when he lost in the Wimbledon quarterfinals and soon after had his third knee surgery in a year and a half Two months ago Federer said he hoped to play at the all England club one more time and that he returned to tournament play at the Swiss indoors in October but he is now tweeted his farewell event will be at next week's labor cup in London I'm Sagar Meghani
Queen Elizabeth II lies in state as throngs pay respects
"Queen Elizabeth II inherited millions of subjects around the world upon taking the throne in 1952 but many were unwilling and her death is stirring complicated feelings in Commonwealth countries like Kenya I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look On behalf of the people of Kenya On behalf of the government of Kenya and on my own behalf we commiserate with the people of the UK Kenya's new president William Ruto signing a condolence book for the queen at the residence of the British high commissioner In London I love the queen Kenyan Esther Raven or joined the crowds playing their respects She's a true role model She loved us all but in the foothills of mount Kenya Matthew Y Reggie says he can not mourn Queen Elizabeth saying up the British Those people they took our land 90 year old took part in the mau mau rebellion of the 1950s I was there For three years and he says conditions were harsh I did naked for about the month of June July when Kenya is very cold Over 100,000 canyons were rounded up and it wasn't until 2013 that the British government apologized paying millions in and out of court settlement to those who were tortured Kenya declared its independence from Britain in 1963 and joined the Commonwealth of Nations many credit Queen Elizabeth for embracing the wave of independence in Africa in championing the Commonwealth President Ruto notes Elizabeth learned she had become queen while visiting Kenya and for many of his countrymen he says That is very sentimental I'm Ben Thomas
Sandy Hook witnesses testify about Alex Jones' hoax claims
"Testimony has begun in the latest trial against Alex Jones for spreading lies about the sandy hook school massacre Carly Soto paresi is the sister of a teacher who was gunned down in the 2012 sandy hook shooting and she says she's been hounded and harassed by those who believe Alex Jones falls claims that she was a crisis actor She says the hassling continued even after she moved from Connecticut where the shooting took place to North Carolina an FBI agent who responded to the shooting also testified William altenberg told jurors the bloody scene he encountered was no hoax as Jones has claimed Jones is already lost by default the defamation part of the case this trial will determine how much money he'll have to pay for lying about and profiting off his bogus hoax claim I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Encouragement From the Aftermath of 9/11
"I did an event yesterday. Me and Terrence Williams at a facility in Phoenix Carrie Lake was there. It was a tremendous, tremendous event we were there to support the men and women who were in law enforcement first responders military and to show love and respect for those who were there on 9 11 or who have a connection with people who were there on 9 11. It was such an amazing event packed house. It was a little bit of a comedy slash patriotic skit. It was amazing. Carrie Lake was amazing. Terrence William was amazing. I mean, people literally stomach was hurting. Cramp their stomach was cramped and they were laughing so long. So much so long. I mean, it was our shows with multiple hours. And people were laughing all the way to the very end of the show. And so I know that the forgotten man, my producer, we were talking about 9 11 yesterday and he, you know, he was telling me how hard it was, a difficult, it was on him, you know, having that experience being there, being in those buildings before, everything hit the fan. And it really triggered me to realize, I don't like these word trigger. It encouraged me to realize that there are some people that had such a tremendous effect on 9 11. I remember when I first saw 9 11. And it is ignorant I was and how I was in a bubble. I had no idea what the world trace in his work. I had no idea. I had never been out of Fort Worth Texas. And so I saw it on television, I was in middle school. I think I was in like the 8th grade. And I remember the World Trade Center was a hit at first I thought it was a movie. Then, you know, I started to realize it was actually the news report, and I thought that it was in another country. I was like, oh, man, that's crazy.
Live updates: Harry praises Elizabeth's 'grace and dignity'
"The personal statement posted on Harry and his wife Meghan's archewell website says he cherishes their times together from my earliest childhood memories with you to meeting you for the first time as my commander in chief to the first moment you met my darling wife and hug your beloved great grandchildren Harry praises her unwavering grace and dignity Harry quit as a senior royal and moved to the U.S. two years ago on Saturday he and Meghan join his brother Prince William and his wife Catherine in meeting mourners outside Windsor Castle Charles De Ledesma London
Charles III formally proclaimed king as sons reconcile
"King Charles the third has officially been proclaimed king of Britain in an accession ceremony as his sons William and Harry appear together in public Hours after the ceremony crowds cheered and called for Harry as the Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan the Duchess of Sussex greeted the crowds at the castle alongside them was Harry's brother William the Prince of Wales and Princess Kate who also greeted the crowds as they arrived to view the sea of floral tributes left by the public in honor of the prince's grandmother It was the two couples first public appearance since the queen's death The princes and their wives were seen shaking hands and speaking with members of the public amid tribute to his grandmother on Twitter Prince William said the queen was by his side at his happiest moments but also during the saddest moments of his life William also said he knew the day would come but it will be some time before the reality of life without granny will truly feel real Karen Chammas London
Princes William, Harry greet sea of mourners at Windsor
"Two days after his mother's death propelled him to the throne King Charles the third was officially proclaimed Britain's monarch realizing the weight of his new role Charles spoke of the heavy responsibilities of sovereignty which have now passed on to him the accession ceremony is one step in the ceremonial process of Charles being introduced as king to the nation The room inside Saint James's palace where the meeting of the accession council took place was filled with senior politicians among those present were prime minister Liz truss and 5 of her predecessors who lined up side by side in the front row They met without Charles officially confirming his title King Charles the third The king then joined them delivering a declaration on his mother's passing and his new duties as monarch Karen Chammas London
William Barr Is Suddenly in High Demand to Talk About Trump
"Because never before has Bill Barr been in such demand By any network Now he's everywhere like a bad like a bad rash Of course I wouldn't know that But that said he's everywhere And his pearls of wisdom Wow It's amazing to me We have Republicans on television saying like our friend Carl rove and others Well now we have to stop focusing on Trump We have to get to the issues And then we have Bill Barr who's from that wing of the Republican Party All over the place not to talk about the corrupt Department of Justice and the attorney general who won't recuse himself Who's calling every shot Not the attack on parents at school board meetings Not the open borders in violation of federal immigration law And so forth and so on The Trump so why not they condemn Bill Barr And then we have some of the same hosts who keep talking about Trump and then they'll bring in somebody who says the Republicans are going to lose if they don't start talking about the issues and the host says that's true isn't it Yeah then you just start talking about the issues You think Donald Trump wants to be talked about like this Ridiculous
Why Evangelist Bevelyn Beatty Williams Deems Herself an Apostle
"I'm back with Christian evangelist, political activist actually self described apostle bevel and Beatty Williams beveling. Let me begin by asking you about that. You know, that's a little bit of a startling word apostle. Talk about why you think of yourself as an apostle and talk about what it means to be an apostle, you know, in the 21st century. Well, if you want to be technical, every single one of us technically are supposed to hold some type of office of apostle. You know, you can be apostle in your own home. You can oppose to your children by raising them in a different way than the way your parents did. Danish with your movies. You are taking a help apostleship position to do these films and to expose the truth. But yeah, you never leave out the light of God. This is something that hasn't been done before. So you're technically being a pioneer and you're bringing the kingdom to life. That's all that apostle is. You're building something that's allowing other saints to follow and maintain and even further,
Dinesh Welcomes Evangelist Bevelyn Beatty Williams to the Show
"Really happy to welcome to the podcast bevel and Beatty Williams. She's a Christian evangelist, a political activist, cofounder of the at the well ministry. She thinks of herself as an apostle, and she really came to public limelight with her remarkable sort of activist response to Black Lives Matter, painting over the BLM street mural in New York City. Bevel and delighted to have you on the podcast, thanks for joining me. I mean, I remember that great scene where you've got this huge Black Lives Matter thing on the pavement and there you are right in the middle of these activists and your painting over their stuff. I think there's probably very few people who would dare to do that. And I wanted to ask you, what gave you the idea to sort of take it to that level and go, you know, in your face with those guys. For me, I think the biggest thing for me was the silence of the church, I just, I felt like, you know, before COVID and all of this stuff, stuff happened. You know, I had all of these spiritual leaders that I just listened to and I believed in. And I smoked a lot. So I just thought, you know, clearly, they're going to, they're going to smell the lie. They're going to call this thing out. Until one day I'm watching CVN and I'm seeing okay, well, you know, white passes or washing black past the speed as a form of reconciling and I'm like, wait a minute. This was reconciled on the cross. So I just I felt like BLM was so clear about their agenda and how demonic it was. But I felt like the church was vague. It almost silent, in a sense. And trying to pacify this political group. So I'm just like, you know what? We have individuals that look like me in the streets dying right now. And they're dying because people have been in the bait of defunding the police, where in certain communities, like the one I grew up in, you actually need the police.
Juul to pay nearly $440M to settle states' teen vaping probe
"Electronic cigarette maker Juul labs has agreed to pay nearly $440 million to settle a two year probe 33 states and Puerto Rico have extracted a $438.5 million agreement from Juul labs after an investigation into its marketing which have been blamed for a surge in underage vaping Connecticut attorney general William Tong made the announcement We think that this will go a long way in stemming the flow of vaping The settlement to be paid out over 6 to ten years amounts to about 25% of the company's U.S. sales last year Juul has agreed to refrain from a host of marketing practices Billboards are gone That's a big deal for us Public transportation advertising Social media advertising And then use some paid influencers They can't do that anymore Federal health regulators are still scrutinizing jewel after a court stayed an attempt by the FDA to ban their E cigarettes from the market I'm Jennifer King
"william " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Show and we're talking about how the pilgrims came to be the pilgrims, the book is titled the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it, the prequel to America's freedom of the author, William Federer on the line. Bill, you were talking about really, it's just amazing to me. If you don't mind backtracking a little bit, because there's so many things unfolding at the same time. So let me put the needle back on the record. Right. Well, the idea is that Muslims are invading Europe surrounding Vienna, 1529. The reformation started in 1517 and now we got this internal and external disruption of Europe. The older Roman Emperor, Charles V of Spain, he has the biggest empire on Planet Earth. I mean, the Philippines are named after his son, king Philip of Spain. And he has all the new world. He's taken the gold from the new world to fit on his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean. Anyway, he's faced with his double dilemma, reformation out inside and based on the outside. He actually strikes a deal with the protestants. It's called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I speak a little German and that's a fun number. It's own 1400 proven folks. 55. That's the first treaty ever to recognize protestants and in this treaty is a little Latin phrase that made a big difference. It's cool ratio to religio, which means whose is The Rain? Is a religion? So in other words, look Protestant king, believe it ever you want in your kingdom. Let's just work together against these Muslims who are invading Europe because they sort of want to kill us all. Well, this started a domino effect in the next century where different kings fully different things. And Sweden and Germany were Lutheran Switzerland Calvin and Scotland Presbyterian England was Anglican Holland Dutch reform. And of course, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, remained
"william " Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck
"Former governor then descends from cotton shake hands with the mining. So goes a typical day in william mckinley front porch campaign rather than storm across the country to rally up the voters. The republican candidate is leading voters. Come to him and they definitely come over the course of the campaign. Roughly seven hundred fifty thousand americans from across the nation. Make the track to the mckinley. Halmi canton ohio to hear him. Speak against his free silver democratic opponent william jennings bryan. The republican will continue to assail. The democratic will over the free silver issue. Will mckinley loads what he sees. As will brian stirring up divisions and making class warfare to quote the ohio republican on another front porch occasion my countrymen the most un-american of all appeals observable in this campaign is the one which seeks to array labor against capital employer against employee. Basically william m doesn't want this to turn into a campaign of main street verse wall street but that dynamic is definitely taking shape with particular thanks to his own campaign manager and republican national committee. President mark hanna. Working out of new york mark leans into the class division rhetoric as he courts donations from industrial titans. This produces serious results the tycoons or robber barons whom we've come to know quite well pony up john rockefeller's standard oil donates. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars. John himself throws in another two thousand five hundred. The barren of banking j pierpont morgan donates. Another two hundred fifty thousand dollars to the republican cause and those still reeling from the panic of eighteen ninety three and the pullman strike various railroads managed to muster another one hundred seventy four thousand all in all with donations from business tycoons pouring in daily the republican campaign spins about three point five million dollars by comparison. The democrats raise a measly three hundred thousand dollars to put that another way. John rockefeller and his company alone gave will mckinley. The rough equivalent of eighty percent of will brian total campaign budget. And that will go a long way toward shoring up. The republican candidate not leaving his front porch. Look we'll mckinley isn't stupid will. Brian is a brilliant speaker. I mean striking crucifix. Pose while making a tasteful jesus reference that skill and that's why along with considerations for his wife. Ida's health will. Mckinley isn't about to go toe to toe. Travelling the country he bluntly tells his campaign manager. Mark hanna. I cannot take the stump against that man. It's a smart play but also one that will mckinley can make in part with massive war chest with that capital. The republican hires one thousand four hundred speakers to go across the country stoking. Fear that o'brien administration will mean the destruction of american business. Industrial leaders threatened close down if the great commoner as will brian has called gets elected which scare some workers into thinking twice about voting for the democrat. The republicans also published one hundred twenty million pieces of campaign literature as well as newspaper articles attacking brian. The mckinley campaign even suggests that the young nebraskan isn't just for free silver but a true radical an anarchist. Just like the protesters at the hey marketed decade. Back sound stacked. But it's not like william jennings bryan doesn't have his supporters grover cleveland style bourbon. Democrats now called gold democrats peeling off but will. Brian is seen real success. Rallying democrats all over the south and west while some industrial workers fear. Brian's policies will lead to their place of employment getting shut down. The unions counted out with support in fact october meeting with workers. In new york's union square. Some even call him quote the new messiah. The light of the world the fearless tribune. Of the people william jennings bryan close quote moreover. The populist party joined the democrats in nominating will brian. He gets support from the significantly. More radical eugene debs to eugene rights to the democratic candidate quote. You are at this hour. The hope of the republic close quote and so the very different candidates campaign and they're very different ways. we'll. Mckinley gives front porch speeches and relies on mailers and hired speakers. Will the free silver messiah. Brian leans on his rhetorical skills. The young nebraskan travels over eighteen thousand miles on four nonstop railroad trips. Giving five hundred seventy speeches between august and november. He averages eighty thousand words a day drawing thousands of listeners in up to twenty three speeches a day which is more effective. We'll find out shortly but one thing is certain regardless of who wins between big business financing and across country speaking tour a new era has begun an american presidential elections..
"william " Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"To the my family. Meet some crazy podcast. I'm here with william ramsay. William is someone who. I've been working with briefly and i'm happy to get to know you today william. How are you know off. Trump me mark returning would be with you on. Media was talked on the phone mate on so scott. Great to be right on. Yeah you so much for being generous with your time and joining us on the my family thinks. I'm crazy podcast. Maybe we'll ask you this question right off the bat. Does your family think you're crazy william. They used to absolutely on now. They just think. I'm war centric. So god from cape crazy to accenture but yes definitely so regionally. They've grown to be more accepting excel. I think to kind of realize that maybe they were kind of american fish. Corporate media fistful. Yeah and so. They're expecting but timing. Say they kind of like to get information from the tv. But i get my the information i get to. Tv is what people want me to believe. Which isn't really the truth. Well actually we're spar kind of factual for goes you being programmed yeah..
"william " Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"The entrepreneurs tribe and the whole movement and the love stories those just riding alone today while we have a very special love story from a very special guest with us today perhaps one of the most iconic and well known actor certainly of my time we have with us. William shatner williams. Welcome sir a hour. Yet ago ago. We're going to talk. I love the name. Don't you you know it says it all. It's a pedal and get going here. Let's do it also lutely. I have to gush for second as i said off. Line ben a big fan of us for a long time and we're going to reminisce for just a second then will launch into whole pedagogue part of this trying to think the other day went to the first part that i saw william shatner planned television and i vividly remember it. It was an episode of the twilight zone nightmare at twenty thousand feet. Nineteen sixty three scared the daylights out of me here. I was a little bit younger than a lot younger. Every time i look out a plane. Now i still think i see a monster climbing on the wing here like you did that part there. And then of course star trek where we all were inspired to seek new life and new civilizations to boldly go where nobody else done. That's what you're doing here. You boldly going where. I wouldn't think anybody would be going these days jumping on a bike and riding around. We're not kids jumping a bike. I've got kids on in my family. we started with pedagogy few years ago. You know maybe five years ago to the sweet sixteen parties last month and they were you know kids on a bike and they were at. I was a bicycler. I guess moderately. So but i there's a shop near where i live and i was in there. This is in the valley or someplace. I think he was going to somewhere somewhere in the vows. Valley aren't we won't say somewhere.
"william " Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Whatever you like however however you should try to in a way. That doesn't give offense sure so not the same. Yeah you should keep track all right william. This is this is where it gets serious. You suspect your partner of having an affair is it okay to snoop on their phone to find evidence. william is leaning backwards yoga wheel. No i don't think it is not necessarily for any sort of moral reason. I think it's more just for peace of mind as well as Letting the conflict if it is going to occur actually occur organically Genuinely yeah also. I think that i would lose any sort of moral high ground that there's a lot of people in agreement and a lot of people just thinking about their own passed and thinking like all right anthony. What's your answer. Why answer is that. If your relationship is in a condition where that's the sort of thing you want to do so already in deep trouble and so it's already incense over you know if it's week set fine. I think you should say here's something wrong. I'm worried about whether you're being unfaithful to me. I think that's better than going behind. Someone's back because then you've suppose you find nothing. I should say that my husband is there so he knows that he can get away with anything. Likes all right here. Is your last question william. You're in high school. Is it okay to let someone copy off of your homework. If they didn't have time to complete it the night before i mean no but you seem like a yes you assets because they have to work. I mean you know i had. I had that high school job. You're getting back like ten eleven o'clock and you just you don't have time to do things. And so if we're being rigid about it. I guess no but you know if we're being fast and loose being fast and loose you know hope somebody out. Okay i'm gonna say if your answer is kind of depending on the circumstances that fair. Well no i guess no no. You're not supposed.
"william " Discussed on REAL with MoxiWorks Podcast
"You army with data. That will help you inform as you're trying to win those listings but at the same time that that if you just think of that user journey. These consumers want to see what's happening on their property. They wanna be able to have some insight into what's going on and it really helps you ballot. Show them exactly. What you're doing to to add value can they. They'll get a the download rapper or get get their come into our portal and be able to see exactly how much how many consumers are being how many buyers agents are coming through the house and they can see the value adding and they're able to see exactly what feedback. You're collecting on the property. And so instead of one of the times these agents will do a lot of work behind the scenes for the for their customers but we just kind of help shine a light on that. Show them really like this is what the demand generated. This is what i've been able to do for you and it just helps you understand that the value agents bringing yeah. I'm glad you pointed that you're right that the agents value is often hidden and i think as as providers united providers but also in particular brokerage audience. You know if there's one takeaway from from this i would hope that our brokerage leadership and others conclude that this is something that can help the value proposition for that agent with their consumer as well as providing a huge functional benefit and. That's really what we should be doing all day. Every day is is helping our customers add value to their their agents. So they can be you know. Grow their business with the consumer. So well awesome. Will william i've. I've so enjoyed this united met the couple times previously to. You're you're a an enviable entrepreneur. In my opinion so congrats on your your success to date. And i'm very excited about the the ongoing partnership as we deepen it on some of these data thanks. I think there's a lot stuff probably that you. I can't even for that. It's gonna come from it so so. I really appreciate your taking the time to join us today. And for all those out in the audience Thanks for listening and we'll see on another real with moxy work soon. Take care thank you..
"william " Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Investors to find out what lessons they have to teach us on investing and beyond william greene. Welcome to meet the writers. Thank you so much delighted to be here with you. william is really interesting for me to talk to you because i think that the kind of work that you do writing primarily about business is a very different skill set for most of the writers that i speak to who are writing fiction or even nonfiction but not in a. I want to stay busy way. Giving it the technological terms with yeah and i felt kinda sheepish about writing about this stuff. Because i studied english lectured oxford and i thought i was going to come out and be a famous novelist and then much to my surprise discovered that i got sucked into writing about business in investing and was shocked to discover how interesting it is but i think for many years. I was slightly embarrassed by go copies. It slightly told me involved at the idea that i'm just writing about rich people and then at a certain point i let go and i thought well actually it deals with a lot of the great themes of life you have so much read so much vanity. You're dealing with the fact that the future is unknowable. And yet we have to make decisions about the future. The fact that that everything is so uncertain. And you're also for the great investors having to bet money on the future so there's actually they're real stakes involved skin in the game so when they're wrong they actually really pay a price. And so there's a kind of inherent drama in it that i think makes a storytelling and then also because most people writing about the markets and investing in business a not really into literature in great storytelling. It struck me that that was a kind of void that that if if you actually were interested in personalities in great characters in these two slightly eccentric people that i tend to write about There was actually a lot of scope for great storytelling so in fact you..
"william " Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"Leadership once blackwell was gone. What penn woodsy was returned to the frustrating status quo that had largely led him to install blackwell in the first place. Once again pen found himself having to write back to pennsylvania complaining about the complete lack of contacted news. And if you are curious the colony still was not sending any of the money that he so desperately needed. William henn had walked into a situation that was ultimately difficult for him to overcome. His appointment of blackwell had hurt his reputation back. In pennsylvania penn himself was stuck in england awaiting trial on charges of treason. Those charges would eventually be dismissed in sixteen ninety three however the effect of the charges that william penn was in england when he so desperately needed to be back in pennsylvania however despite this fact it isn't as the william penn hopped on a boat in sixteen ninety three. It would be another six years before. Penn would return to the pennsylvania colony. This means six more years worthy colony continues to move any direction that is not consistent with his vision. Well he is left largely on the outside next time we are going to continue with our exploration of pennsylvania as we move the colony ford on into the eighteenth century. Until then i hope you all have a wonderful two weeks. I hope that you are staying healthy and staying safe. And i will see you back here. Next time as we take pennsylvania into a new century..
"william " Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point
"Forms the foundation of the afterlife beliefs of the group right. And what he found. It's even more interesting in confirming of it. You sit in some of these kinds of shamanistic cultures. They will have a belief about the afterlife. And then you know. William will be out there and get hit by a tree and die and he'll come back and he'll say hey this is what happened and it is such a compelling account that the shaman will go wait william rooted. Exactly william is right. We'll we'll you must be right. We need to change our beliefs. It's it's powerful research because when you go cross culture and you go cross time you really sort out a lot of the a wheat from the chaff thing. What degree i mean. Don't you think there's a lot of similarities an experience between different cultures. That are prevented from being understood through language. Like a lot of these people have spiritual views some to yours and things like that. They believe in reincarnation. Or afterlife or something like that absolutely. But i i guess the other thing you know tying it back to what we're talking about. Is you have to consider the the evil part of it because the evil part of it is the deceptive part of it is the how do i how do i gain control of someone. How do i dominate. Someone absolutely looking all the religious beliefs. The teachers here that are really popular. They're worth millions of dollars. So of were want. I like that. What was the colt. You're talking about at the beginning which one order rules. Yeah so again. It's a mixture of this brew of these beliefs. And then how can i kind of get in between it's consistently done the overtime you know whether it's jim jones. Or whether it's the mormons which i would throw in that category whether jehovah's witnesses day bennis also at their right everyone even if you wanna look at the sex within christianity each wants says they're correct and then they turned the screw the catholic churches as. We're the only true church right. So how could you believe in anything else. Therefore you gotta give us money to for these priests and then engage in the kind of same behaviors. That christ railed against when he was in jerusalem so.
"william " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"For ignition has already been viewed over two hundred thousand times. One of the mysteries behind. This novel is his anonymous author. William hogg qurqus reviews called para. Paramedics entertaining read has been called tense. Deep unusual by book bloggers across the. Us this is a prequel. That reintroduces young william hawk before his world turned upside down through the discovery of strange powers. Parallel opens with william in pot. Peering through a translucent. Cover watching a series of images from the parallels flicker on the ceiling above him. Last image he sees is of tropical field. Suddenly he is no longer in the pot and he finds himself in that field in the body of an ancient mayan who hunted by spanish conquistadors for the next five hundred breasts william will literally live in that skin and experienced apparel of another person from another time the prequel follows william as he trains to become the person he'll need to be in order to defeat pure evil. He's actually part of a five person team organized by the ancient engineer now who that is exactly is another mystery in his book. William is charged with learning empathy and compassion during what they call these brief snaps or tag along. That's living in a different person's body in a different era in time with each one william and his team including the girl he loves grace. Take another step closer to achieving agent three status which is a level up from where they are right now and it once you get to level you receive enlightenment and are granted superhuman powers that they could use to change the world for the better but not is all good on the team change agents that can advanced a level three only as a team not as individuals and one of them. Hunter has other plans and ambitions. His tag along is in the form of sword-wielding increased door or the evil humanoid known as little horn hunter is intent on preventing the others from surviving let alone completing their attacking lungs and carrying out the ancient engineer. Grand points that was part of a a description that i got on this novel. So who is this mysterious author. That's a good question. The william hawks series is brain child accomplished inventor machinist and ceo writing under that pending william hawk. A life changing incident and spiritual wakey sparked his inspiration for the story of humanity selflessness and redemption. This book is unusual to say the least and this interview kind of journeys into that area as well very interesting idea for a book and series or how it all will sure. Oh that's we're gonna talk about You did paramedics as a prequel when you already had ignition so What made you decide to do it. As a as a to do a prequel rather than maybe a sequel to start with. I have zero experience in any any any marketing. A full or whatever and How talking about really. I can take about their all for because of how this all happened. i was just inspired by. Something's beyond me and was seventy days exactly the right. The first three books and it was just non stop writing and it was just like i was a portal or information than in the the the original book were very complicated and very layered very intertwined with expensively more material than what ended up in the one that wants to market same pot pot thing characters basically the same but a lot on their material in there were many different rabbit holes on alibi. It was quite an interesting experience for sure but gravitated to the whole concept of being able to literally jump into another person's body and experience and see what they he. And i would think mostly it's in the past the press. It was really hard to and nearly thought. I was or in things during this process the informational so quick and i can remember this recipe falling down. I have a would like with walking. What's going on what's going on. you know. I just felt this president saying you just write the story others figure it out. But i'll tell you this or jump. You know the different names right. You were primarily indicate why there are musicians that are genius. Film millions mathematicians that are spectacular artists. That are you know that there's something the our and our birthdays. There's a free it's not. I'm not talking reincarnation. I'm talking more of what the book referred to where we could go experience life opportunities and and most people again while the to You know and they wouldn't recall them. They are that the change. His and seeing threes articulate or recall. And i raised time doing that. Part because know i what back in the history and Leonardo davinci and a lot of different ones so the ones that actually made it into both probably in the original one all different archimedes screw and just different inventions. That these pag along because actually be right there with and and when it was a change as the actually jump into indicate without Which was a very interesting concept. So there's a lot of things that we were.
"william " Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Are on albums and they came back. IT WASN'T A. Terrible experience. So these people said, yes, to this album, I can't believe it and it's one of the great honors to have a the artist like, Brad Paisley or Ritchie blackboard canvas night i. mean it's just it's overwhelming I. I don't know Ronnie Earle is one of those great guitar that great guitarist recognizes a great guitarist Tyler Bryant. It's just a it's fabulous. The album itself is extraordinary for me not for what I do on it, but the the the variety of songs where blues can lead you and for this extrordinary incredible accompaniment by these great artists. Into a song I tell you. You are the ultimate crossover musician these days with so many genre I was wondering what was next on your hip rate and here you are with something no pun intended out of the blue I thought it was really amazing. That it is out of the blue and in the meantime while waiting for it to be released, I've been recording another album autobiographical album of things in my life that I wanNA lyricist who's living in New York City, and a wonderful musician who's living upstate New York and I'm in Los Angeles and miss. Kobe atmosphere we put together another album. Autobiographical. Album called horses, death love I I know the he's the horses are mentioned because you're such a horse aficionado. Compliment you maybe no one else has done this of late I compare you to one of my audio heroes. Ken Nordine are you familiar with the work of Ken? Nordine Bill. While he was the. Voice of gazillion commercials and audio portrait's if you will and your voice itself which continues to be very, very strong and very lustrous seems to have really developed over the years not just as an actor but as a singer I, just think Ken Nordine. You know spoken word is alive and well with William Shatner. Yes it is spoken word and yet it isn't I've trying to trying to fit it.
"william " Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast
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"william " Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast
"Was going to ask. You have any consistent practices or habits that are helpful for you. In what sense in any sense it could be? Yeah. Could be walk could be meditating could be having a glass of wine could be like whatever it is like what? What are the things that you've found to be helpful to your soul and? I think noticing stopping paying attention and noticing. Whether, it's something beautiful whether it's something interesting someone interesting like actually paying attention in and gets lost in my head that it's actually has to become a spiritual discipline on. It's the type of meditation to stop and pay attention to something even for ten to fifteen seconds so in the art of noticing. Is massive it it. It brings me into more states. Calm and peace because there's a lot in this world that makes me angry as you can obviously tell but. With the rage that I think can is useful and can be useful cultivating. Anger rage, but also cultivating. Stillness and paying attention and quiet. On Com sometimes they use like APPs to help me do that. Meditation APPS or again it could just be. Walking and actually noticing beauty I think that's at the end of the day. That's what I want to be doing. The most with my life becoming more aware beauty. I love art and entertainment because I think there's a beauty to when it's done well, and so I'm always in wanting to engage stories that are beautiful in that. Tell the truth. And like it's like nourishing to my soul to watch TV show that's just very well done. That has poignant telling telling something truthful, even if it's hard, love it because it nurses selectively and. Yeah. I love beauty. That's awesome. What's a non? Star Trek. Example of what you're talking about. Oh I mean. Lower to start. I feel like. Head when you're saying it. What maybe I just went back and Rewatch DOUBT NAB Downton Abbey. And several other masterpiece theatre shows, which I thought were beautifully well done. thought the just the subtlety of performance writing was was brilliant, Sharp, witty, clever without being over the top. I think there's something really cunning about that type of humor. Also of these are all British examples, but the crown on Netflix is a big is a a really gripping story about Queen was. On different decades of her life and kind of told fictional own. Lens. But it's it's telling the. Truth about her lifeless stories, and I don't know. There's something really honest and guttural about it also I think if you care about power analysis, there's such such an interesting thing to watch it to see how we shifted from Godot Nappy does the same thing how he shifted from monarchy's into democracies in just that turn of the century. What that did their culture I just? For an analysis of power like I realized how much. You'll thinking is wrapped up in Christianity as well as in our even here in America and in our current political. Systems. We carry a lot of the roots of that type of colonialism in so when I watch it. That's what I'm actually noticing paying attention to. so yeah, those shows I mean I love. I love comedies. Actually watch a lot of old shows to go back. I'm watching watching cheers right now. loved years. You know to dancing health sexist. He doesn't really charming which? is a different era but the cast and the chemistry of Characters brilliant I'm also what else am I watched a taxi a love Mary Tyler. Moore the Dick Van Dyke show host old black shows living single Freshman, year I've been going back through. The exits. Feel maximum. Yeah Man. I just been like things that reminisce childhood I really love to to watch and. And some there there was a beauty in simplicity to them. Some number problematic and still are but yeah. Psyche. You can't even tell you I just watched. The politician on Netflix, which is brilliant does show is incredible. If you haven't seen it, go watch the parents. They just dropped season to season. Two has a cultural and Bette midler. And it's brilliant man. It's just about this young kid. WHO's you know writing for politics, but he doesn't have moral center. As the things get away with select run for student government in the first season in for college in Indi- season to these running for New York State Senate. As it's just brilliant. and I feel like it's an accurate representation of you know a lot of our politics right now, but it's a comedy and It's just as beautiful to seven tiger. Fay's beautiful. Have, you watched veep. I loved veep. Veep was incredible. Bro, that last season of veep was so accurate. All of it was accurate with better I felt like that. Last season felt so current I was like man to idiocy, but you know what the same thing was. Parks parks and REC really showed the idiocy of our politics. And then when trump came along as like. Oh, like this isn't just like a few isolated places like. Type of like mob idiocy, which to me. The town Polynesia's overtly represented. You know in. It's silliness Yeah! I loved doll all that stuff. All right last question total secretary should have worked in earlier, but I'm just curious are you? Have you read anything on process, philosophy or theology at all? A bit, I don't. Have grasped fully to let quite articulated just because as a form of theology I haven't like. Studied at studied it I have to it. I'm more asking because I feel like it would dig it. Yeah. I I am the funny thing about me, is oftentimes I? Intuitively come to some of those places and things and think through them without knowing there's like a formal theology around in like a formal hillary on me all the time, but because I do that, even with like a actually I don't know brain things choose like you just described perfectly so-and-so's theory it on I'm like Oh, I didn't. I don't even experience. I. I'm I'm relatively aware of process theology vibe with it so far, but I don't not enough to where I could like. Let me explain to you what I do or don't. Do that right, but I should look into it more. Yeah I can. Recommend some some good starter spots, but The way it deals with. Power like God's agency and stuff is super interesting. Yeah Anyway. Kuhlman, thank you so much for for taking the time and Yeah I. Hope. We can hang some time in. The real life once the Rona is gone, love you. Know. And then you WanNa tell people where they could find out what's going on with you or. 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"william " Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"During his time in jail enduring his trial which began may seventh. William Kamler shared more details of what happened on the morning of March. Twenty Ninth Candler had believed that Tilly was having an affair with his business partner and he had violent when he was drunk and confronted her about it during the trial. District Attorney. George See Quin be made his case pretty quickly pointing out the candler. Had repeatedly confessed he. Then said quote there's getting to be a frightful number of homicides and the punishment meted out to the murderers does not seem to check the crime. It is time that such a salutary lesson should be taught as we'll have a deterring effect so he was asking for the steepest penalty available for Kimbler death. The jury was given all the details of the crime scene. The surgeons who worked on tilly were called as witnesses and even produced the skull fragments that had been removed from her brain as evidence. The defense focused largely on how pretty till he had been. How completely believable. It was that she might have had an affair. Even the testimony of Mrs Reed was a little dicey for the prosecution as she said that tilly started most of the fights with Kamler and used quote unladylike language the defense also made the case. Because of his drunkenness Kamler should only be charged with manslaughter. Instead of first degree murder they didn't wish for acquittal because they knew he had confessed but they wanted an acknowledgement that someone with a drinking problem as chronic has colors which they evidenced by describing a series of other events that had exhibited his poor judgment. Couldn't premeditate anything. They called all of his drinking cohorts to the stand to talk about their binges together. Which often started first thing in the morning and went on all day even as they worked there was also testimony from a doctor who examined. Kamler that said he was an odd man even when sober and that quote he had suffered from private diseases. Presumably that meant some sort of sexually transmitted infection. This witness. Dr cruthers mostly pronounced quote morally irresponsible. Yeah that phrase came up again and again in his testimony ultimately after requesting that some testimony be read back to them for additional deliberation. The jury returned their verdict guilty of murder in the first degree when the judge said that he would issue his sentence later that week it started to dawn on people who knew about the new law regarding capital punishment and electrocution that. Kamler was the first person in New York found guilty of murder since that law came into effect and suddenly his trial which at that point had been reported in the papers but kind of is like the sensational type headlines about a grisly murder. Trial took on all new meaning and importance. If the judge handed down the death sentence Kamler would be the first man purposely killed with Trysofi on May thirteenth. That death sentence was announced. Westinghouse covered the cost of a very good at attorney for Kamler and he knew that if temblor was electrocuted with alternating current as South looks chair had been designed to do. It would be difficult if not impossible for him to recover from and this went all the way to the Supreme Court thanks to that funding on May fifth of eighteen ninety. Roger M Sherman filed a petition on behalf of Kamler with the Supreme Court in that petition. Read in part quote. The petitioner is under sentence of death in the northern district of New York under a statute of New York which imposes the punishment of death by the passing through his body of a current of electricity sufficient in the opinion of the warden of the State Prison to cause his death which current is to be continued until it kills him. The statute also leaves it to the warden to fix day and our of his death and contains other features which he here asserts are in violation of the fourteenth amendment these features Abridge his privileges and immunities as a citizen of the United States and deprive him of his life without due process of law after a quick initial hearing. This petition was denied. But Associate Justice Samuel in Blackford had also received an application for a writ of error regarding Kepler's case that's a request to have a Superior Court review the case and make sure no legal error happened that might require a correction. Latchford put forth that the application for appeal should be made to the full court and a hearing was scheduled for may nineteenth of eighteen. Ninety this sort of seemed like a ray of hope and that hearing didn't actually begin until May twentieth docket had some other stuff that pushed it back a day and cavaliers legal team argued that he had been sentenced to cruel and unusual punishment. Making it unconstitutional and outside of due process in response F. Thurston warden of Auburn State. Prison made his statement that nothing involved in case was outside of due process and unconstitutional and the sentence was in line with the new law. Thurston his team also submitted as evidence of due process copies of chemicals indictment judgment sentence an execution warrant the warrant read in part quote now therefore you are hereby ordered commanded and required to execute the said sentence upon him. The said William Kamler otherwise called John Hort within the walls of Auburn State prison or within the yard or enclosure adjoining there to buy then and they're causing to pass through the body of him. The said William Kimbler Otherwise Call John. Hort current of Electricity of sufficient intensity to cause death and the application of such current of electricity be continued until he the said William Kamler otherwise called. John Hart be dead. The petitioners response was that death by electrical current quote is a cruel and unusual punishment within the meaning of the Constitution and that it cannot therefore be lawfully inflicted and to establish the facts upon which the court can pass as to the character of the penalty at the conclusion of the appeal. Hearing the court headed by Chief Justice Melville Weston Fuller gave its opinion which was not what killers team wanted in an earlier. Appeal the court system of New York had issued an opinion with the following. His its conclusion quote. We have examined this testimony and cam find but little in it to warrant the belief that this new mode of execution is cruel within the meaning of the Constitution. Though it is certainly unusual on the contrary we agree with the court below that it removes every reasonable doubt that the application of electricity to the vital parts of the human body under such conditions and in the manner contemplated by the statute must result in instantaneous and consequently in painless deaths on reviewing the previous hearings involved. Kamler case the US Supreme Court did not find anything legally erroneous in the previous verdicts. Their opinion outlines the the New York courts did concede. The manner of death could be said to be unusual because it was new but that there was every reason to believe based on scientific evidence and information available but it would not be cruel and that they trusted the new law. Adopting this method had been made based on that information. The Supreme Court's opinion concluded with quote in order to reverse the judgment of the highest court of the state of New York. We should be compelled to hold that it had committed an error so gross as to amount in law to a denial by the state of due process of law to one accused of crime or of some rights secured to him by the Constitution of the United States. We have no hesitation in saying that this we cannot do upon the record before us. The application for a writ of error is denied and with that Kepler's fate was sealed August. Sixth Eighteen Ninety was scheduled to be the day that the first person would be executed by electric chair. That morning killer woke up got dressed and was escorted by the prison warrants who his end in the Auburn State Prison and it was required by law the date and the time of the execution be secret. Everyone found out anyway because Auburn was a pretty small town. Yeah it was a small town and this was huge news. The last thing that Keller said was gentlemen I wish everyone all the good luck in the world. I believe I am going to a good place. The papers have been saying a lot of stuff. That ain't so that's all. I have to say. He was prepared with electrodes that were attached to his head which has then covered with a black cloth. He was strapped down in the execution began. Current ran through his body for seventeen seconds and at that point two doctors who were in attendance as consultants who were E. C. Spit Ska and Carlos McDonald. Both believed him to be dead so the current was cut off but then Kimbler groaned. He had a pulse and a heartbeat. Newspapers reported that someone yelled great. God He is alive. A second round of current was immediately called for to end Kamler.
"william " Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"With Mike Tyson. I'm Evan Britain and Mike Tyson. I'm like we've got I mean what can we say. Dad Is Legend Status Man. William Shatner on your welcome. Welcome to the show. You know. Captain Kirk in the course of Of A career. You a lot of these things here but I've never been so so Happy to be at one then talking with you really appreciate that very much. I've been admire Mike. Sure longtime saw saul film on him when he was younger and followed his career with all as you went through his fights and and then the journey through his life. I've I've followed it pretty closely so excited to talk to you about not going to be and of course you know. We watched you still puberty before puberty and Charlie in state. Yeah Mike I have to say William Mr Shattner Sir Bill. Bill Bill I remember when I was six or seven years old. Living in New York City I was born in New York City lived in Brooklyn. My father was a painter and artist and and on this particular night I went into the city with him to go to one of his art openings and afterward he took me to video store and he said Eb you can pick out any video you want. I said Okay and at that time it was still vhs. And I found one of the original star trek series series of video tape. It had like three episodes. No but this one episode. It became like sort of an allegory for my life. This man Captain Kirk had crash landed on this planet and he had to fight off. These yeti like bigfoot alien creatures and I was trying trying to find what episode it was last night but I couldn't find it but I have to say I was like Captain Kirk is one of the Battisti ask dudes. I've ever little childhood memory of yours for your dad. Absolutely people do that I saw with my father is. That's but but my interest here this afternoon Is With you guys end with Mike Tyson. This do you watch any of the football games this past weekend and say which we can about this guy. Lamar Tamar checks and UNBELIEV. That's exactly where I was gone about him. That's exactly where I was is going to. Martha's attitude to compare with them every so often. In an era a decade age an athlete emerges either that is like one of the great. That's what human beings is supposed to be like physically and when you came out it was the same thing here was a boxer walk. Cer- whose talent was limitless. Lamar Jackson as as a as a quarterback who's talent you know the limits. He's just starting your talents as a boxer was unknown and and in everything as an actor as an athlete who rides a sport now is Competing on horses in various disciplines. But in every walk of life you need you need the confirmation you need whatever your body's required to do you need the talent to whatever it is you're doing but most importantly you need feed the hungry. You need the rage you need the the intensity you need the wanting and the wanting can't be taught capi bought it's there it's not there so you. He came out as a boxer. And and that's why I wanted to go with you my my bewilderment Alterman Te in-fighting. Can I go there with you. Please please I as a kid in school. For a number of reasons. I was in a fight two three times a day in Montreal Canada. I was defending myself and I had to take on one two three people at a time and I somebody gave me a yearbook from my high school. That I hadn't seen and my nickname tuffy because I was always in a fight but the fights. We were in especially in the winter and Canada with the heavy overcoats. And everything you swing and you hit you know not much happens. You're wrestling around on the ground. I've never been in an adult fight. Where guy has got this as a weapon and wants to knock me down and presumably the rages to kill? I was once in a in a in a in a actors makeup room. I was in my makeup room and I had a tussle with the guy with a fellow actor backstage. He had said something and we swung we missed and was all okay and he comes in my room and kicks the door shut and we're locked in a room together and I am so angry that I'm looking at his jugular and I'm thinking a leap on him and bite his jugular. That's how animal I had been and the door opened up. They stopped us from from fighting. That's as close as the nettles. I come to fighting. Yeah I have never had a guy pound my face pound my body as an adult who could kill me. That's the feeling I want to know about. And you saying really like amazing like you'd never been fide like who hasn't been a a lot of people haven't been in a fight interesting. 'cause I explain it to my wife I tell my wife. FM This during our on when we were just really getting into to the as a married couple and I said You have to understand what I did for a living people. Avoid their whole entire life. That's right yeah that's right. That's the dichotomy that that and the the difference in our upbringing. I know you came from the streets. I know you were tough. Guy On the streets age sixteen custom modifying you find customer motto. You Start Boxing. And this talent that you had add but also the rage and perceived to be -rageous. It's really not the perception of rage. Tell me about that. Fighting his findings fighting VOL- about daughter fighting not fighting the perception exception of fighting. Wow I give an example via the perception of the person who what is his name A key and leave the greatest of all your perception of fighting him right well so the perception of fighting him would be to run away. Way of less. Yunhu that his he'll that is Tendon in his heel was the only vulnerable part of his body. Exactly Klay but in order to do that. You have to risk the chance. Years rubber-belted survey take that risk. And that's what fighting about taking risks. Okay okay so so. Let's talk about the guys on the ring. Who now you know you're covering up your jabbing and a lot of kick and you can't kick him in the balls and and you can't use your fingers to poke his eyes out things that on the street? If you had to save your life you might be doing anything you can think of the minimal minimal amounts of stuff that you read about that are that are hurtful or or deadly. You would be doing to save your life but you're a kid and you're able to kick and bite. That is as primitive as the vikings with their broad sorts. Parts the vikings with their broad before Guns when you had to face the enemy with a knife or sword or your hands does anybody ever forget. Nobody talks history of of a battle fatigue. That's interesting that you bring that up. You know you know how gladiators got discovered during war and some of the captives prisoners of war. There some of the other way with Sam Greek and I call them Persian. We're bored so when I fame in twenty four hours before the water laughs long twenty minutes towards over day they break up and they plan to fight another war. So this scrimmage stuff but but when they catch some Persian the sense of the Greek school they they get bored. Hey let's make them fight each other and then they start fighting in each other and then they fight to the death and then some of the guys the grief gives them the pertinence some of the winning the money they may and so they said wow I got money any now out of now. We're eating drinking from fighting. I like fighting for entertainment. Yeah eating they gave me money and so now this is how the creative Roy gladiators got creating I understand now. That's an interesting phrase. I like fighting. Do we know people who like fighting absolutely but they don't make hurting people and then that's something. Yes so so how do you. How do you explain that? 'cause you hurt somebody to win the fight right absolutely but the fact is And you're talking about yourself. No I'm talking about fighting in general but you in particular no I I like I like the fact of hurting mighty in generating. Yeah that that was scary for them. Yes yeah the opponent. They knew that you liked hurting. Yeah and it's not that I like them I like to portray the perception like hurting people so wait a minute. You're talking about abuse. Take several levels of things going on you. You removed yourself from absolutely liking to hurt somebody but you wanted to give the perception of liking to hurt somebody Jack in reality. You didn't like her with the. Why did you like to give that perception? Because that perception Thaksin he becomes intimidated imitated. You're the intimidator by saying I'm going to. I'm going to eat your children know by thinking I'm going on each to. That's what I mean by saying. No you wouldn't need their children because they don't taste particularly you need a lot of hot sauce the the but the perception perception is open. And so when you said I'm GonNa tell them I'm gonNA eat as kids. It was all a beast and I'm coming in the ring and I'm going to start eating eating you first before and from my priorities anik over the years he possibly. I will lead to give but but wait a minute. So you're the first question is why do you want to give that is to intimidate intimidate them. But but I'm going to eat. Your kids is is like that goes beyond absolutely and you mentioned to go beyond you. You're trying to think of the what's the worst thing I can think of to intimidate them. Probably Yeah but you wouldn't do that out of the ring ring. No did you never intimidate anybody out of the ring before boxing. Anything other to do than with with boxing any other endeavor. Did you ever try to intimidate somebody. And in the new unintimidated well. I know I knew what intimidated was. I didn't know what it was would have been committed kid I. That's what I saw in the film and that's what I wanted to talk to you about the fear 'cause you whereas afraid as I am about being in a fight because I don't WanNa get banged up but I don't WanNa go to a hospital. I don't want to die. You're living on the streets and you're fighting for your life every day so you had. Did you use intimidation then not much. When I was a kid but I will just fight the might I would I went through a winning on glass. Yeah was winning. But it wasn't a strong LYTHAM. This is really weird. It's just came to me naturally. Elite fighting don't WanNa do it came to me naturally. Even when I was scared the fight the guy might hit him. Enough break knows by accident thing. Stop foucus purpose stuff like that. That's all it's incredible because because animals don't think choices have natural instincts instincts to do whatever it is supposed to do. You can only teach a horse or a dog so much but if there have been bred to herd sheep like a like a police shepherds there particularly prone to listening to orders on the they've been bred to do certain part..
"william " Discussed on Nighttide
"Perhaps he had mistakenly grabbed plate that had already been used in hadn't yet been properly cleaned the idea of making is such a mistake left feeling pretty embarrassed when Hanna returned later that afternoon Williams showed her the mystique serious photograph even if it was caused silly mistake he thought it had sort of ethereal beauty yeah about it that Hanna would appreciate William was also hoping that since Hannah was a far more experienced the talks differ she might be able to tell him exactly what he did wrong to cause that thing and how to prevent it from happening next time however Hannah's reaction to the photo was quite the opposite of what William was expecting when she saw the photo Oh her eyes widened and her hands began to shake with excitement William she shouted do you realize you've done William Thinking has mistake must have been worse than he realized began muttering an apology was quickly interrupted we'll you Hannah said this isn't any mistake or trick of the eye you have option a spirit before William could process what Hannah had told him she hurriedly left the studio curtis spread the news amongst her spiritualist friends while William wasn't quite sold on the idea that he had truly captured a spirit his beloved excitement was uplifting nonetheless if nothing else the photograph was unusual and could be quite the conversation starter with that in mind William frame the photograph and decided to display it on the wall of his engraving office a few weeks later a well dressed in red face jen element arched through the door Williams Engraving Office are you William Muller the man wheezed out between brats William looked up mad and nervously replied yes may I help you photograph how would you produce it for me slightly taken aback by the odd request Willia- slowly bat of his chair and took the portrait off of the wall and handed it to the stranger like Hannah the man's eyes haydn when he looked at it and his hands quivered with excitement my God he exclaimed it's true this is remarkable would you be willing to take my portrait sir. William's head was swimming as this was all too weird for his liking however he concluded that steriods man must Dan acquaintance of Hannah's and he certainly did not want to say or do anything that would jeopardize Hannah's feelings towards him so he hesitantly agreed I must let you know Sir William said I'm not sure that this the fact is something I can ever replicate I believe it to have been a mere oddity I'm happy to take your portrait before William knew it he and the mysterious man were walking side-by-side towards Hannah's studio when they entered Hannah gave a warm dramatic welcome she leaned in and told her friend that she could feel the presence of spirits around him she then planted a kiss upon Williams and led him by the arm to the camera there she had set up a lovely background with a long velvet curtain as a backdrop and an ornate a chair for the subject to sit in for the session the strange man walked up to William giving him a hefty pat on the back and then sat in the chair what should I do he asked William just try to make yourself comfortable and it as still as you can the process will take several minutes but try to relax William replied William prep the camera CODA the glass plate with the necessary chemicals slid the plate inside of the camera took a deep breath and let it work its magic a little while later William Bumbler went into the dark room and shortly afterwards came back out producing a most peculiar piece so they're standing behind his well dressed subject was the wispy yet elegant image of a woman she was a dainty and enchanting figure and she seemed to have her arms draped lovingly around the man's shoulder This man gazed upon the image his reaction was powerful he daft and covered his eyes with his left Tan and began to shake William it see tears streaming down the man's face and he began to feel will very nervous he felt as though he should say something but he couldn't think of what say southern early the man spoke and he said with a trembling voice it's her my God it's her I don't know how you did. it but I believe this to be genuine the mandate wiped his eyes stood up and walked out of the studio all the while clutching the photograph tightly against his chest.
"william " Discussed on Nighttide
"William Wyler began dabbling in photography he certainly did not start out doing so with the hopes of capturing the supernatural in fact muller wasn't even a spiritualist nor did he have any interest in the movement well the latter was not exactly true mom'll or did have some interest in spiritualism also the interest isn't what you may think his interest didn't reside in the movement and beliefs thereof but other his interest fell upon a woman who claimed to be a psychic medium and he was also a devout spiritualist favor and he would often catch side of her through those large glass windows whilst running errands the William munger was a large and imposing looking figure he was also quite shy especially around women and he could never find the courage to speak to the enchanting Hanukkah no matter how much he wanted to talk to her during passing.