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Candace Owens and Charlie Discuss Amber Heard

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | 6 months ago

Candace Owens and Charlie Discuss Amber Heard

"Four years later, now we got the Amber Heard situation, which you're going to laugh. You ready to laugh? I don't know who Amber Heard was, okay? See? I did. And such a Charlie thing to say. I'm very honest about my pop culture illiteracy. And someone said oh, she was the woman with the orange hair in Aquaman. I said that doesn't narrow it down. You know what to be fair. I don't know her as an actress. I know her as the person who dated Johnny Depp. Oh, is that right? Right. So I know her because I follow culture, but she's definitely not known for her acting abilities. Like the idea is she was a hot woman, right? Who got into positions of power and she hit the lotto when Johnny Depp fell under her spell. Under her spell. Yeah. And so the whole trial happens, apparently she liked defecated on his bed or something, which is like she did. And she blamed it on a poor innocent dog that can't defecate the size of a human being. I just want to be clear. What kind of a dog was it? It was like a little. It was a little Yorkshire terrier. Yeah, it was. It was a puppy Yorkshire. Yeah, and she said that that was his poop. And it was like, and Johnny was just like, all I can say is like, Yorkshire cherries don't defecate that size. And I was so happy about this case. And it goes back to Charlie's one of the things that you and I talk about all the time, which is that conservatives don't understand why fighting for culture is so important. And I get so annoyed with the who cares about this case. You know, we talk about the Jeffrey Epstein case. We need to talk about both, right? And we need to remember Andrew breitbart's words that politics is downstream from culture. And this case was so important for these last 5 years of women, just usurping so much power for themselves under the auspices of this bizarre movement that just declared that women don't

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Lock in: Dozens stuck in England's highest pub after storm

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Lock in: Dozens stuck in England's highest pub after storm

"A a blizzard blizzard has has trapped trapped customers customers at at Britain's Britain's highest highest altitude altitude pub pub sixty sixty one one people people have have been been staying staying at at the the tan tan hill hill inn inn in in the the Yorkshire Yorkshire dales dales since since Friday Friday night night hello hello guest guest the the management management manager manager Nichola Nichola Townsend Townsend says says they they are are used used to to bad bad weather weather the the pop pop is is more more than than seventeen seventeen hundred hundred feet feet above above sea sea level level and and people people helping helping to to create create an an oasis oasis cover cover band band No No Way Way sis sis is is also also they're they're they're they're stuck stuck at at the the pub pub since since their their gig gig Friday Friday night night Townsend Townsend says says the the guests guests are are in in good good spirits spirits change change I I think think he's he's a a get get more more snow snow shovels shovels doctors doctors aren't aren't just just making making sure sure we've we've got got plenty plenty of of milk milk street street K. K. and and one one lady lady told told her her when when the the snow snow clears clears she she doesn't doesn't want want to to leave leave I I met met Donahue Donahue

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"His races of allegations He former Yorkshire player has told MPs about the abuse he was subjected to during his time at the club and called the English game institutionally racist Wells manager rob page says he couldn't be prouder of his team after they secured a home tie in the World Cup playoff semifinals last night's one will draw with Belgium sealed second place in their group and means they'll be back in Cardiff for the next stage of qualifying in March England's under 21s finished the year with a shock three two friendly defeats a way to Georgia last night meanwhile Scotland's under 21 suffered a tuna defeat to Belgium on a largely disappointing evening for the home nations in Europe We will just interrupt the sports update there because over at the Bloomberg new economy forum in Singapore iconic francine likewise hosting a panel with the Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon Significant capital allocation especially in risk capital that can really drive technological innovation change And it's going to take time And I think there's got to be a lot of dialog I went and I sat in a roundtable today with Mike Bloomberg and a bunch of other participants here We talked about a variety of ideas to try to accelerate it But I think there's a real agreement that while this is an urgent thing that requires attention we have to be realistic that we're making drastic change in our systems our processes et cetera and that this is going to take some time So what does that mean for finance When is it going to be fully transitioned And again if some of these rules are not mandatory do you worry that they won't have enough teeth Well I can't answer the question when it's going to be fully transitioned And remember that when we talk about this we can talk about what's going on in the United States and we can talk about what's going on in the UK which is where you and I last saw each other But what we're really talking about is what's going on on the planet And if you think about the developing economies and you think about some of the big economies in other parts of the world we really have to make progress broadly around the world So obviously I think about the United States where I'm from but I think about China I think about Indian I think about Indonesia I think about Vietnam and I think about Brazil I think about the fact that when you look at these big economies and the role they're playing and they're less developed than maybe we are in some ways in the United States It's not all China's obviously coming along but the ability to really solve these problems on a global basis is going to take a long time Now finance and banks and other financial players are playing a meaningful role Capital allocation is changing I think one of the things that's having a big impact on markets is institutional allocators of capital are demanding different things from companies they invest in And they're thinking differently about the way they deploy capital And that's having an impact And you have committed Goodman Sachs has committed 750 billion to sustainable investments could you bring that up Well what else does We created a framework that where we said that over the next decade we will commit $750 billion to advisory financing or investing capital to support a more sustainable planet rather than by the way we define sustainability in a very broad sense Of course we talk about climate but we also talk about inclusive growth and we have 9 sub themes that we think are very very important to make the world broadly more sustainable And the first year we did about a 156 billion We tracked this stuff We keep track of exactly what we're doing My guess is over time if we continue at the pace that we're at we'll continue to expand that commitment But that's one of the big ways that we as an organization can have impact is we can direct capital and resources to help companies and institutions drive transition in their business And I think that's our role as an intermediary or a financier And where's that transition coming from the most Is it companies Is it governments that need support and what part of the world Well I think it's I think that there are a handful of things that come up in every discussion that I have with the government with a corporation or an institution And one of those things is climate transition And so this is a topic that is front and center for all at the moment And it's coming up in everyone's conversations I think there are companies and institutions that have a more urgent take on it And I think institutional capital very aggressive in Europe moving more to the United States So there's a different level of intensity in these discussions depending on where you are But I think the world is coming to terms with the fact that we all have to be investing in the future And if we don't invest in the future if we don't plan and think about how we're going to transition our businesses that ultimately we put our businesses at great risk and and art and our society at great risk And this only because we're seeing the economic recovery and things are looking brighter and the markets are going higher Or do you think there's real commitment to go through this transition no matter what I think the commitment is real I don't think this is a this is a function of the market environment I think the commitment is real I think sometimes we get caught in a lot of high level conversation and that distracts us from the hard work on the ground The blocking and tackling on the hard work on the ground the investments that have to be.

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Brian Kilmeade Explains the Relationship Between Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Brian Kilmeade Explains the Relationship Between Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass

"What was the relationship with Lincoln and Douglas was Lincoln intimidated by Douglas Douglas was a powerful figure Was it the reverse I mean what was the dynamic between the two Sadly link you never wrote about it but others said he talked about it Douglas was a overpowering figure in the time wanted an immediate Emancipation proclamation wanted to let blacks fight for their freedom He didn't do it And in the beginning he was he was given and said on his first inaugural hey guys come on back in We lost 7 states We need you back We can compromise what we've slavery for now Whatever you do come on back to wood and Douglas Are you kidding me You want them back This 4 million slaves there's 350,000 slave owners We have to end this now That's what you talked about in the Douglas debates do it But he knew Lincoln that if he did it you have no country you preside over because the north was exactly ready to fight for slavery either but gradually both things happen when they finally meet at The White House He realizes what winning was how sincerely was how deep he was and what a great listener he was And together the brief period of time they rallied with recruitment they rallied on issues getting equal to whites in the war and the respect that they had was enormous And I'll just share with you the last interchange He walks into the inaugural ball after only Yorkshire Greek and looks like she's delicacy of my friend Douglas What did you think of the speech We look back at this mister president Don't worry about me Look at all these people around us There's nobody's opinion that I care more about What did you think of the speech He said mister president a sacred effort And that was their last exchange So tell me how more they came and how important they were I mean to me I read that and I get

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Fuel pumps run dry in British cities, sowing supply chain chaos

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Fuel pumps run dry in British cities, sowing supply chain chaos

"Ninety percent of petrol stations in the uk have run dry d to chronic delivery problems causing an enormous knock-on effect across all factors. The healthcare system appears to be crumbling. A combination of price rises tax increases and benefit cuts will leave the poorest british families. A thousand pounds out of pocket and there seems to be no viable opposition. As the labor party descends into kaethe the. Uk is a mess. Does boris johnson's government have plan. When i'm joined by vincent mcilvanney monocle. Twenty fools political correspondent to investigate that vinnie. Let's start with fuel you've been in yorkshire talking to a haulage company. The root of this problem is the shortage of drivers. Tell us mole. Yeah that's right. Spent yesterday morning with a haulage company. Just outside of said they do haulage right around the uk they have forty two big eighteen wheelers and they deliver all kinds of things and i spoke to a couple of drivers guys who've done this for decades and they said you just cannot get young people into this profession that they don't want that lifestyle anymore. When you climb into one of these trucks that i was in yesterday it has a fridge stocked with food for the week so they can at least try and eat healthily. It has a microwave has a bed and they will drive up and down the country. They will sleep in that cab but the problem is as well on top of that They don't have access to proper facilities because there are currently around fifteen thousand spaces short for them to park at service stations in the uk. Hey so they end up often sleeping slipways on the sides of roads and then they're only facilities for them so it is a very strange lifestyle that some of these guys live and something that younger men More used to being home more used to having a work life balance wanting to see wives in kids. They don't want to do that

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"But it's a fascinating tale and again it's just one of those kind of yorkshire mysterious legends. You know see the pictures now. We're looking at these next. And now they're hilarious. Now but back then i mean you know. Prominent people were like. Oh my god. They're so real look at the the wings fluttering and you can see the movement and the oh. It's amazing so yeah. I don't actually know what happened. Maybe two it. Also it also reminds me of Like poltergeist accounts. Like this happens with You know there'll be there'll be activity reported and then people come to try to document it and the activity stops and people think well it never was happening in the first place and then somebody will hoax activity trying to convince the investigators that it was really and the whole thing is then decided to whole thing was a big hoax. Because it's it's that like you just said you know the make it to you. Fake fake it to you make it. It seems like pretty office. It wasn't the girls that faked the photographs. No it was. Yeah it was the girls do. Yeah yeah okay well. This is a really good job. Yeah he did a really good job. I was thinking it was you know. I mean they've never used the camera before they had developed film. I mean you know seemed like it was the dad. Did it no. It was a little girls because the parents like thought it was real. Why didn't actually say my tail but the the daughter of the keen photographer. She did know what she was doing. All right because she would watch her father so they had plenty experience developing film. I guess because. I mean yeah but they were. They were excellent artists as well because they are really well rendered. Yeah yeah that's Yeah do you. Do you think that they really did think. They were interacting with fairies and they were trying to make fake. That's what i'm talking about with a poltergeist stuff. In some cases it really looks like something was happening. And they're unable to convince people so they hoax some kind of proof right. Yeah no absolutely i think. Later in her life. I think part of me. I can't remember her name. I wanna call her. Elsie the the elder daughter She was interviewed as an older elsie. Right and francis griffiths believe this is for memory. But i think she she was interviewed later in life and she absolutely i think at one point she said oh no of course. We didn't see fairies. But i think at that point they were so sick of all the attention like this went on for the rest of their life. Like it families in lives like you know. There's you still see articles now. My parents got divorced because of the cotton fairies But i think that. Lc in the end. I wanna see on her deathbed just to make it sound cool but she did absolutely say no we did. We did see them and we were friends with them and they were obviously really nice ones and not the evil kind right. So that's fascinating but yeah that that poltergeist saying again. I'm kind of waning. Well we're almost done here on. Your mind goes blank and i know what it is. It's as creepy creepy. I think it's the most documented poltergeist e house in the world and it's in pontefract west yorkshire and there's films about it is called the black monk poltergeist There's yeah thanks kyle..

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"I mean yeah and people here take advantage of it going back to what i was saying in the beginning you know. I'm always fascinated by anyone that says to me. Oh you know. I grew up here and you know it's i wanna live in some zone might will you know i. I don't think you actually know how amazing it is here. i think. also there's i don't. I don't think there's a plot but there's definitely no connection you're not brought up to kind of. I know we go on field trips and things like that. But i think there's so much culture inherited cheer and i think it's not being promoted i think is should i know a lot of people blame funding and in this and we can't preserve this church like a lot of the churches are they're just not being kept in they're falling apart I don't wanna sound depressing. But i think that's why i just want to promote beauty and just the the diversity of of what we have here. You know historically yes. I think you're saying that these people who are like why do you live here you. You're you're thinking is like they're not connected to their own land and their own heritage. And what's what's here. Why they don't understand how amazing it is. Yeah and it's it's sad. I think i think i bright in the eyes of some people and they're like oh. I didn't know that i didn't know that You know indefinitely. That's kind of what i had in mind for tonight. There are other things that i i had but like i don't know if you've heard of the cuttingly ferries famous fairy story. Yes do you remember that. Yes helen tell us the story. I do i this involved. Tell us the story. Well i mean it was. It was absolutely famous at the time. i mean truly a because it was all advocated by arthur conan doyle. I mean he's the one who kind of pushed this whole story into the forefront of you know all the journals and papers at the time in london you know Basically the story goes as two cousins. Who lived in a place called cuttingly which is near bradford in west yorkshire And i think there was a little back a little stream and like a little woodland behind their house where they lived And these cousins obviously lived close by to each other. And i think the elder daughters Father was a keen photographer. And at that time you know that wasn't really that popular. Not many people have their own cameras. And of course you know my notes the actual date so. I think this happened notes. I know i've seen the pictures. It's nineteen seventeen okay In one thousand nine hundred seventeen a lot of you might have seen some of the pictures. Yeah so The daughter begged and bags and bags. Her father. who i believe was some kind of engineer. please you.

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"Couch. Look it up. Look it up. Talbot i it. I know that often often pubs called talbot. I think brought keep doing Also ally the churches. I like going into churches. I love going into churches. Sadly a lot of open anymore like you used to be able to just walk into the churches here like you know any day anytime And sadly a book in now and I know it's sad. Avoid the talbot was type of hunting hound common in england during the middle ages. Right the guy and his dog. Yeah so of course probably means it was running or okay so it showed his dog running at his feet or something like that or course again is probably a different term there. Yes thank you mr result. Thank you kyle. Yeah so in. A lot of these churches will be the You know the stone. I'm getting really tired. You can probably tell now late here in england going real slow all. What do they call not muslims. When you get a big stone confident in a sarcophagus sarcophagus thumbs done a lotta those and you know. There's often the nights with the dragons wrapped round them. You know in the churches here. I mean it's just over and over again. It's strange yeah strange. So was that the end of that data. That was the end. See what i mean. I was like wait. Where's the rest of the story. Yeah no but the point is is that they changed the route of the road and made it wind around to go a mile away from this whole where the serpent live. That's the whole. Yeah that actually. Yeah when you said that that reminds. I pinged memory. I think i've heard of this before. I don't know if it's a specific robot. i remember. I have this vague memory of that. What are the road could be straight. But it goes makes this unexplained binned right. I and people are like why is this. Why does this road make this long. Been this this old legend of this. The serpent their share and. I think that that still happens today. Were there are sacred sites. That aren't necessarily protected by nino national heritage. But the the laura around that place or that that stone or that tree or that little hill is is so important to the locals that you do see roads just going round things randomly here We don't really have many straight roads here because it was lot of yorkshire was built in rebellion too. The romans occupant you know occupying They didn't build straight roads whereas the romans did so all the straight roads are roman and the rest of them were to fool the romans romans cat understand curved growth fools de there don't go along they don't understand because all roads lead to rome. So how can this be curving away from row. Have a lot of. I mean you can see roman stuff all over. I mean through my local park here. There's you know there's roman pathways and like like pet cemeteries and all sorts..

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"So this is the serpent of slings bay so this is gonna be a tongue-twister maybe and this is In the north of yorkshire slings be. It's like an actual place so slings. A small town in the north riding of yorkshire is distinguished for three things the ruins of a castle a maypole and the tradition of an enormous serpent. The castle is comparatively modern but nonetheless a splendid ruin the maypole one among the dozen yet remaining in yorkshire reminds us of time forever passed away. Our business is with the serpent alone. The road through sings be from hoving him to multan instead of proceeding a direct line to which there is no natural obstacle made until lately altered a singular awkward ben to the right. This deviation was observed by roger. Dogs worth the antiquarian and in reply to his inquiries he received the following story. The tradition is that between malton and this town. There was some time serpent that lived apart pray of passengers and which this y. will end. his dog did kill when he received his death wound. There is a great whole half a mile from the town round within three yards broad and more where the serpent lay in which time the street was turned a mile on the south side which does still show itself if any takes pains to survey it. This tradition written down in sixteen nineteen by one of the most painstaking of antiquarians is current among the villages to this day. Who yet point out the place where the serpent had its den declaring that the said serpent was a mile in length and in support of the story point to the efforts of wytheville and his dog yet remaining in their church. Both villains dog perished in the fight or died soon afterwards and were commemorated by this monument. Dodge worth sought and says when speaking of slings be church there is in the choir monument cross negative cross legged of one of the villes at his feet. A- talbert coursing. Yeah i really need to watch for that. Sound.

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"Other legends around yorkshire. That are very very prominent are ones about dragons and serpentine monsters. Yes and you find a lot of in old churchyards you find lots of dragons and water serpents and snakes and and you can never really find much information on which is a bit sad in fact a lot of them are attributed to the just the anglican people. And it's like that all you've got. I don't know So it's it's quite a shame because there's some beautiful absolutely like fountains and you're just like walking along and there's like huge dragons everywhere you it's fascinating and it's it is and i know that you know this kind of a good and evil to the serpent symbolic absolutely and yet you know they continue to use it and whether it was to ward off evil or it was just kind of a nod to you know the pagan kind of culture that we used to have here You know. I don't know it's it's hard to tell so. There is a lot of laura about dragons. And i do find that they're they're mostly the kind of classic ones where we need to. We need to you know smote all dragons which is a shame. You know it's always about you know eradicating so yeah. It's quite disappointing in that way. But they are they are great yarns. So i'm just gonna read again from this. Eighteen eighty eight Folklore book that i've got and this one is legends of dragons and other serpentine monsters. Serpent worship was one of the earliest and most prevalent superstitions of the heathen world and even where has long ceased relics of it survive in popular superstitions and legends. Such are prevalent in almost all countries yet in most of the stories. There's a great family likeness the serpent whether the ordinary one or the winged dragon or the wide vern or the worm. So in a lot of old english you'll see dragons being called worms..

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"That's just part of the story. I think i mean. I did think about that today when i was reading. Some of the things. I've written down and i was just like yeah. I mean what's that about i. I don't know why those two in particular i have no idea. I'll maybe someone will know i can try to find out. I don't know. I mean they were a lot of those castles. Were built like a lot of kind of things that we find around the globe. The romans might have built a four or something and then they were kind of repurposing and rebuilt on top of enright hop again So yeah who knows. I mean. maybe they were celtic for sin strongholds or whatever i mean. I don't know yeah. That's that is interesting because you know we see the the the place has been occupied for forever so the reusing of sites over and over as you know it's going to happen like like what we talk about with egypt with ben where he's like. Look you know these are the they. They find these things and they built on top of them. This happens peru to probably sure so. it's i just. i'm just wondering if they found megalithic foundations there and that's they built on right. Yeah yeah i was thinking too. You're probably right and there's probably a giant skeletons air too. So is the giant's causeway there in yorkshire. Yeah yeah so. That's i learned. I i learned about that on the cover of led zeppelin album man. Oh what is this place it's got. It's real no context for understanding that. But yeah it's the it's the basaltic columba assault coming out. Yeah yeah yes oh six thousand years ago. It was like thick forest here. Like stone-age hunter-gatherers. Were here six thousand years ago. So it's crazy. I don't i don't know so. There is a process for that. You're saying yes. The columbia assault is right. Oh is formed. When the when you know basically lava flows right okay crystallize into the into the assault columns crazy to have that hexagonal form or whatever but it's you know it's a really cool spot just coming out of the ocean and the name giant's causeway is is scott. I don't know where it is. I know this one is You guys have one too in the story. There was a causeway that they made through the. Moore's yeah that's way. It's wade's causeway. Wade's causeway but so that's what i was preparing to the giants i will. That's pretty well understood natural formation. So i'm wondering about the causeway that's in the story that was built six. Apparently six thousand years. John five mile road. Yeah okay yeah road okay. Yeah by hunter-gatherers right because you need a road to hunt and gather iraq i know. Gosh yes. oh you're talking about is is the colombo salt and that's yes. That's an ireland. I guess the i didn't know where it was. Yeah that that's just another. You know giant now and i mean there's there's endless those endless places with giant in the name or named after a giant i mean he can't escape it here but what i was gonna say about thirsk up near where the belakovsky cave is There is a museum there that has a giant skeleton still currently and i think hugh men unum went up there and you know like cheesy grand. He's like oh. My god real but i think.

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"Thinking now that even though we don't have any written documentation of the stories specifically to wade People like scholl sir. Would reference weighed like kind of as a given that people knew what he was talking about. And that kinda comes up quite a lot with a lot of these giants And there's i mean there's several famous giants attributed to different places around yorkshire So this is wade so stories of weighed. The giant can be found. All over north yorkshire. He said to have traveled right across yorkshire with his wife belle building roads and castles as he went some of which you can still visit today. The castle ruins hidden in mole grave. Woods near whitby and pickering castle are credited to wade and bells building skills. The two are said to have built the castles at the same time but they only had one hammer. Luckily they were happy to share and flung it to each other across the moors. So you can imagine they're just flung this hammer like hundreds of miles to each other shouting bellowing hostess. It's crazy if you've ever driven towards the coast through the north yorkshire moors. It's likely you've seen the whole of horsham. It's an incredible sight especially when the heather is in full bloom and then the four hundred meter deep half mile wide crater is a favourite for walkers so the whole of horsham Another epic site in yorkshire. Four hundred meters. No idea. I mean i do but i can't do math. So what is it. It's a crater that what they're saying yeah half mile wide crater like dislike giant kind of valley. But i mean who knows. And i've looked into crater sites in yorkshire and i can't find anything definitive the actually says yeah meteorite landed here and i can't find anything thirteen hundred feet deep or across four hundred meters four hundred meters deep a half mile line. Yeah so also known as the devil's punchbowl. So again the devil worker the double. The whole of fork is said to have been created when wade during a fight with bell grabbed a handful of earth to throw at her. So yeah i mean right there. Probably comet debris and meteorites retold into stories you know to scare children basically. I guess i don't know..

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"Those pagan dancers found these already in place and venerated them. Yeah you know. I mean it's kind of the same thing we talk about with egypt and some of these other places that okay. Let's let's let's drag all these gigantic stones hundreds of miles in stand up in the circle so we can dance. no no. that's not what happened. I will i i know. I know there's a lot of work that's gone on. And due to the astronomical alignments of these these sites and specifically in yorkshire day correlate to before the younger driest you know the the alignments do like if you reverse the clock this they line up with Yeah they they correlate to. You know a lot longer than eleven thousand years ago i think or around there again. Don't ask me. Because i don't know but i've definitely read things in the discord to that effect is it the Sta liam yup. Yeah i think people are using this delirium indefinite alignments to ryan the ladies. You know other places in may and again may be so that a reminder for people you know look what happened Look what happened to our ancestors you know. Just just keep it in. Mind something to pass on. But obviously that's lost now and again people in yorkshire didn't start to read and write for thousands of years after that so a lot of details again. they're watered down and you know it it is it is sad Yeah so that's the devil's rose That's really cool. Yeah and so. It's near never called the river isis. It was called the river. Isis as you are i mean. There's there's roman names celtic names for it Is it is actually in the same book that he explains it. And i think that's In the part that talks about the origins of york the city the great city. Or so it could have been the romans that named it. That i mean. We don't have to dig into that. As i know i think Because that area was the capital of the celtic tribes. first before the romans so So yeah i don't know it's all it's all fascinating So going back to kind of the giants in i've got I've got a story. About how the landscape of yorkshire was actually formed And again you know attributed to the giants and they're just they're messing around really cool. It's yeah okay so this is about one of our famous giants called weighed in. Apparently he was often referenced by by other authors. Which kind of lens to.

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"Numerous in yorkshire and elsewhere many of them have many characteristics in common and often it is evidence the evidence the one relating to a particular place or object has been appropriated and applied to other places and objects of like character and thus the story has been multiplied many times over so a few of this class of legend will be related here And this one's the devil's arrows or the devils bolts which is where i allegedly got electrocuted. Nuts you're not sure i do want to say Before i start reading it there are going to be some words that i don't really know how to pronounce them at all because they're released. They're either celtic or ancient old english or or scandinavian dana. old danish. whatever. Vikings spoke. Don't ask me. I think all these place names in yorkshire they are when you look etymology. No one knows cycle could be. This could be that could be. The land of the boars could be the land of the u. trees. No-one shore So there are gonna be. Yeah so i'm sorry. Yeah yes so keeping with the tradition of us not knowing how to pronounce stuff on this show. It's not a problem. you know. Hit me up. Later i can take it so near to all via the ancient is your of the british and is uranium of the roman times and still nearer to the more modern town. Borough bridge stands three stone obelisks. And that word is your i s e you are it kind of looks french to me but it means apparently means isis and that river was called the river. Isis near the devil's arrows in ancient ancient times. So that i thought that was fascinating interesting. Yeah so in this tale it says there stands three stone obelisks. Formerly there were four. But i've read that. There were five seven so you know what no one else which have which have in all historic times tax curiosity of observers and the in genuity enquirers to account for the manner in which they have come to be where they are and for their original object or purpose they are massive stone pillars calculated to way from thirty to thirty six tonnes each standing upright in a line running north.

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"All right. Tell us another scary story okay. It's not scary but it's weird so back to the devil's arrows we're talking about earlier. Which is north yorkshire So i went with my my then friend. Chris he still my friend. He's a little bit more than a friend. In fact that was our first date but we didn't know it was a date because we are still friends. Anyway that's another story. So so i was like. Oh i really want to go to. This place called devil's arrows and he's like okay. Come on let's go. We'll take some food and blah blah is really nice day and i've been talking to mardi in the discord about an You know told other people you know. I'm going to this place. And it's like the tallest monoliths in england. Okay that's actually constructed. It's the arrows are not unnatural. Yes sorry all kind of rewind the devil's arrows site and its three remaining. Three very tall monoliths. So stone monoliths in their millstone grit And their from their cord from six miles away millstone what rude. It's called millstone grit stone okay. Watcher stone create continue. Yeah it's not remarkable in any way stone coarse green sandstone. Okay right okay. But they have these super interesting grooves that start from the very top and go down like maybe halfway down the monolith stone the standing stone And of course you know. Mainstream archaeologists say oh it's that's water erosion but they're like perfectly channelled out and there's a picture in my notes of were looking at it. Yeah yeah i mean saying to my friend in a decent version. He's like well. I don't know probably and he's not in his not on the same page as maybe a lot of things. It's not that he he does by is he. You know so. I'm saying yeah. That doesn't look that doesn't look like erosion to me. I'm too perfect. And it was almost like there had been something beautiful at the top of them at one point but and now they were gone And they're all kinds of different so if it was erosion not really sure how that worked. It was too perfect. Yeah it's very the groups are very straight. We're looking at the picture right now. Yeah they're very strange. So i think the tallest one. Which is that when you're looking at is twenty two feet high and i i. There's not been much research in fact marty's probably damore research than anybody else. I don't know how deep they go into the ground. Well what's the soil like. I mean is it is it. It's farmland okay. So let's deep soils like clay clay based soil. So they they have to be going down to the bedrock. Yeah have to be pretty deep. Because i mean you put it in clay when the clay it's wet it'll expands and contracts when it dries expands when it's wet and it's going gonna move yes i don't i don't know what i'm going to say i don't know yeah i wonder what's you know. What is there was there supposedly structures around them. Or what's the what's the deal with that. Is it So i know it's farmland so probably a lot of it's been destroyed farming but absolutely so There might have been seven stones up to seven stones. Definitely five And they it looks like they might be aligned to play days And there's a lot of evidence for that again marty in the discord..

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"I we'll put these pictures in the show notes. And i'll also give them to brent brandon. So he can put him on the youtube video. Yes it's called malikova. It's m. ma l. atm To north yorkshire so. It's basically a limestone pavement. It's glacial karst. well yeah And it was kind of formed in the coronary so anywhere from like two point. Six million years ago to present There's no clear consensus on how it was formed They're always debating it. you know. obviously lots of theories So basically it's like a giant wall. He seemed game of thrones. And you've got the ice wall it's like minutes. It's the sheer flat. I mean people climb up at. It's a climbing area. And then on the top it's like rippled from all the water erosion. It looks like kind of like a crazy puzzle. And i've included a link to some drone footage of it. It's definitely worth looking at it. So it's like barefaced rock with deep scars Like almost gorge is. I mean it's insane. And i didn't actually right. How tall it is. But i wanna say two hundred thirty meters which i know doesn't mean anything to loud much to me doesn't mean much to me So that is just an epic place in its Water-filled caves so this whole cave system underneath. It goes to a lake which is malam tarn which means lake epic landscape around amazing stunning these from the top. Because it's not. It's not hard walked to the top But i have a bit of a strange story about that place. So i think i'll tell that. Oh yeah okay so does something. Gather my thoughts It started. I think i was around ten or eleven so in the summertime. When i lived in california we used to come to yorkshire to visit my grandparents in lots of cousins and aunts and uncles and then my mom used to take on day trips. You know so..

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"It was huge and it was actually bigger than yorkshire is now took up northumberland and i think part of lincolnshire as well And they were the began tees off the the the baganda tribe And there was some kick ass queen queen celtic queens too which is interesting because so often hear about that are the ones responsible for building a lot of the monuments to people. Think or no one knows you know they you guys know they. They speculate on the date So the the devil's arrows A place visited a few months back now. that's that's near the the original capital of the celtic tribe which is a town called albro And those alignment. So there's quite a few monuments there and we've got mardi in the discord. Who's doing some phenomenal field. Work in remote research on those places in yorkshire See you probably better asking him about specifics. But there's i don't know how long the alignments go from north to south or east to west But there's the three biggest hen ges earth mound. Sorry earth mounds it thorne bre and then the biggest i think in europe. And then there's stone circles and stone monoliths All along all the way to the coast. Yorkshire phenomenal line on the on the map So some fun. This is amazing places. Here it really is. But the landscape pairs is also just epic. It's like you see the ice age everywhere you go around you to see the effects of all all the all the ice ages i think yorkshire's formed over two hundred and thirty million years the landscape. So it's it's rolling hills and valleys unveils and it's Green and but then limestone. Just outcroppings. And i mean it is. There's some crazy terrain here. yeah is just it's unbelievable And people have no you know. A lot of people have no idea. They have no idea what because they don't see they don't see the the formation of it they don't look at things and go. Oh wow that must have been cut by a giant glacier and right now yep and the radicals that are here. Glacial erratics are here. I mean they're dislike what they're everywhere you just like. Oh my god look that huge. So i have specific places that are I think close to me Because they're just so phenomenal to look at. And i do have notes on kind of how they might have been formed and more scienc- part of it There's a place called malam cove. And i think you guys have a picture of that and that is just. That's epic that's epic a code. Just the sheer. Oh see it. Yeah toll i think. It's yeah so. I'll put these for everybody listening..

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"It's so busy. So yeah there. Is this strange time. Paradigm here for sure Yeah everything justice slower and takes longer. I don't know it's very strange place. Yes yorkshire So i think why. I'm fascinated and passionate about yorkshire is because i'm not from here obviously why kind of My mum and my mum's family are from yorkshire. And my dad's side is from originally california So strange blend but people who were from yorkshire. I think there's a lot of trauma here. You know like pass trauma and i have a bit of a timeline of the history. Here i mean it is. It is crazy going back to eight thousand bc. Up down up down up down. I think they have that memory. You know. I know you guys talk about that kind of sense ancestral memory that you have so people from yorkshire always like why do you live here. You know what. You don't wanna live in america and i'm like you you're from los angeles. Why don't you go back to los angeles. i'm mike because it's nice year in yorkshire. You know fence to los angeles. But it's like. I think i started to defend it in going. What are you talking about. It's beautiful it's like. We have great air quality. You know it's green and lush. And i know it's a little bit rainy but You know. I think. I don't know i just over thirty years. I've lived here. So i absolutely kind of found my play myself in a place where i would. I would want people to realize how lucky they were to live here. I am and i'd be like have you been to los angeles and no i'm like wall. Then you know maybe don't ask me don't assume that is better and then the other thing was when i go to the states to see my family. Obviously i sound american more so when i'm there and they're like oh you don't live here and i'm like i live in england all london london's fantastic city and i'm like i don't live in london. They're like. I have no clue that there's anything outside of lunch. No fence to live. You said you lived in the uk. A- there's this there's this london that's it so like no actually live in the north of england like and then they lose interest. It's like yeah well you know. Yeah so that was the other the other reason some super passionate about where less so. It's very rural area. It's very rural but then we have our big cities. Don't ask me how big their watcher. So you've probably heard of york the city of york And there's there's fascinating history about the city of york. So i kind of now new york. I thought new york was named after york. But it wasn't. It was named after the duke of york. Maybe the duke of york was named after your. I don't now so people. Associate york with the vikings and the romans but the biggest celtic tribe in the uk was based here in yorkshire..

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"Hof this is true for the listeners. This is a guy with several endurance world records who can withstand freezing cold and injected neuro toxin by doing a breathing technique that allows others to do the same things he can. Obviously the connection between ancient man and the cold is where you would think. I am taking this since wim hof places a lot of emphasis on ice baths to strengthen the mind and body but the interesting gold nugget. I have found. Is that his breathing technique. Mimics the breathing done during rem states when a person is dreaming. I can't find a study to summarize it during rem sleep. There is a very very fast periods of hyperventilation followed by no breathing for a long time. Perhaps thirty to ninety seconds. The kicker is wim hof has talked about the spirit realm. He knows how to enter and how it is not for us but he has been to the d. m. t. world. There appears to be evidence. We entered this realm nightly and it's actually a requirement of human existence to visit the m. dmz realm nightly. This may explain why the beings are always familiar and you get nostalgia. I don't know what this all means in the long run but you guys should discuss psychedelic more. People see in grays during trips and in dreams snake out so yeah. I think the idea that the dreamworld is a necessary component to like human existence. I i agree with that statement. Whatever whatever it means you know. I think dreaming is necessary Whether you're visiting an entirely other realm or not i don't know but it's it's possible. Yep two times within a week. I was awoken at two thirty in the morning from a dream and each one was delivering some piece of information. It was very strange. Oh this happened I guess the week before and then last week but you know within a week between the two dreams and the first one on standing next to this guy who is. He's doing magic basically in he's making this building appear on this hill and it's all lit up like the building is sort of made of colorful white and it's he's just constructing it right and he's sitting there doing it and i i'm looking at him like okay. So what are you doing in your mind like what what is actually going on in your mind that allows you to to do this magic. Yeah and he hands me like he gives me these little look like coriander sort of like herb like little balls right and maybe even look like i don't know what it looks like. Some kind of spice. Yeah they're a little bb sized ball. Okay and he says.

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The Curse of the Crying Boy Painting

The Box Of Oddities

01:24 min | 1 year ago

The Curse of the Crying Boy Painting

"The middle of the night in the early nineteen eighties in south yorkshire in england. A beautiful country home caught on fire and it burned to the ground. The living room was nothing but charred wood in ashes. The house was owned by ron and may hall and they lost everything in the fire except for a painting that they had hanging on the wall of the living room. It was the painting of a crying young a boy for some reason. Everything in the house was destroyed except this one painting of a crying boy. Is it a valuable painting. No it's it's not a valuable painting it. It was a mass mass produced painting in fact why are we mass producing paintings of crying. Children will when you think about some of the mass produced pictures not just paintings but photos that you find in frames at stores when you buy a frame at a store. They'll put a photo in there. Yeah they're not. Always the most tasteful. They're usually a little tack sweeping kid. And since these paintings were created mass if you will. This was not the first time that the picture of a crying boy was found as the only artifacts to survive in a house fire. In fact over the years there have been dozens and dozens of these

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What Separates Humans From Other Animals?

No Stupid Questions

02:15 min | 1 year ago

What Separates Humans From Other Animals?

"Animals. I mean my dog has a 401k. Also why do we pace. When we're stressed or anxious like in the bugs bunny cartoons. Somebody's waiting outside the delivery for so andrew came across a paper in the journal. Frontiers in psychology which. I was so charmed by that. You've read as we can talk about it. It's called acquisition of a joystick operated video task by pigs. How could i forget for the listener. I'll just explain. These experiments were carried out at penn state university. There were four pigs. A pair of yorkshire pigs named hamlet an omelette and a pair of panna pinto micro pigs named ebony and ivory. I guess after stevie wonder and paul mccartney or the song of that name or after piano keys and the paper describes what the pigs were and were not able to learn in these experiments manipulating video game joystick with their snouts. And what i really want to know is tell us how it changes your thinking as a psychologist if it all about non human animals their capabilities. The way we should think about them perhaps differently about ourselves differently. Well thank you for broadening. My academic horizons. I would not have read this paper on video games and makes were it not for our friendship so i i will just say that when i read this line i literally laughed out loud after twelve weeks of training. Hamlet and omelette were terminated from the experiment because they had grown too large no fit within the constraints of the test pen. Academic research is tough. You lose fifty percent of your research pool just like that so anyway now down to two test subjects by the way. So one of my intuitions is that one ought not an. I understand that this research is hard. But maybe not generalize to olive pig them based on this very small number of pigs because look at wilbur wright some pig yeah so maybe ebony or ivory were some one of them was much better than the other in the research so there's various across pigs even yes. It is

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Randle Leads Knicks Over Lakers and Back Above .500

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Randle Leads Knicks Over Lakers and Back Above .500

"Former Lakers Julius Randle at the next one eleven ninety six victory over the LA Lakers Randle scored thirty four points and pulled down ten rebounds to lead Yorkshire third straight win in the last four nights this one against the defending champs who played again without the injured lebron James Anthony Davis who's who's always going through the emotions in the last two games of the plan well you know beach Ronald blubber control arm it's always a feel good when point guard Elfrid Payton scored twenty points was backup Derrick rose added fourteen the next only billion defense forced twenty four Laker turnovers and held only to forty points over the second and third quarters when they took command of the game Dennis Schroder scored twenty one points to top Los Angeles I'm Tom Mariam

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Washington DC landlords, property managers settle lawsuits over living conditions, pandemic evictions

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC landlords, property managers settle lawsuits over living conditions, pandemic evictions

"Settling lawsuits in D C over shoddy building conditions and other acts. D C Attorney general Karl Racine announcing a host of agreements that begin with the Northeast landlord who was sued almost three years ago. Thomas Kay Stephenson, who runs to rent controlled apartment buildings, and Dean would was accused of forcing tenants to live with rats, Roaches, mold and inconsistent heat and hot water. Stevenson is now paying more than $600,000 in restitution to tenants and district penalties. Another owner who operates a building on cue street in Southie. He was also sued, agreeing to address security and gun violence around the property. And Racine also says the property management firm Lincoln will pay more than 17 Grand to D. C for improperly evicting tenants at war ones. Yorkshire apartments during the pandemic. Kenzo FEA W T O P News

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Pigs Can Play Video Games Using Their Snouts, Scientists Discover

Daily Tech News Show

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Pigs Can Play Video Games Using Their Snouts, Scientists Discover

"Pigs can play video games. Everyone you heard that right. Scientists at pennsylvania state university said they trained to ponder pinto micro pigs and yorkshire pigs to use an arcade style joystick to steer onscreen cursor into a target that was displayed on a wall in front of the pigs. Now when the pigs were successful they learned over time. They'd get a food reward so they were like okay. We want that. However the scientists say during testing the food dispenser broke and the pigs kept plane apparently because they enjoyed the encouragement they were getting from the scientists. Did keep getting things right now. You might say this is amazing. Wow east sports really is going to change the game of the yorkshire pigs. Hamlet was better at the game than omelette both struggled at harder. Levels of the pinto micro pigs ebony hit the target thirty more percent of the time ivory was a better shot at seventy six

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Jono Bacon On Creating People Powered Communities

Leadership and Loyalty

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Jono Bacon On Creating People Powered Communities

"Maybe you are old enough to remember When teens hung out and so do the older generation who got their exercise their at the mall. Well as you are no doubt weh malls were dying long before the twenty twenty pandemic. Today they are on the last belabored breath. Do you care well unless you're big box store. Probably not but there was something about malls that went beyond shopping and that was community. People met in the food courts. People went for their excited. They were older. You know there was a place to hang out. There was a community that we gathered. the mo- community was very good for business but as malls disappear. How can we build communities that grow all businesses. Well that's exactly what we're going. See my guest on. Today's show john bacon. He is the also of an award. Winning book called powered. How communities can supercharge your business your brand and teams as well as four other books. John bacon is the leading community and collaborative speaker also and podcast. He is a columnist for forbes and open source dot com founder of the community leadership summit found of conversations with bacon and found of bad voltage. He is an advisor to alien vault. Molten data dot world microsoft open networking foundation and open cloud consortium. He works as a consultant with clients from setups like hacker joana manta most digital assets and others and major organizations like ink santander deutsche bank intel microsoft and a couple others so waiters and gentlemen. Please put your hands together. The is the most incredible intro. Think i've ever experienced on a podcast. Thank you very much to. I know we don't we scrub well. Welcome this is not nice w fit on the way to be lovely. Some of your listeners have no idea what wait so i guess on my show a long time ago in roland in is now but he he's an englishman to and he's also also from from yorkshire and we both work at human hacking conference together last year and they the the person who runs that conferences owns the conference was so an analyst accents that we could play. He wanted us to do ten minutes on stage. Just talking lancashire and yorkshire and that's what we did. Is this english. it's been a lot easier recently. I think when when when. I'd say i'm from i was born in yorkshire to say what does the accident. Now i can say. Game of thrones. Watch game of thrones and that's basically a northern accent that's true yes yeah popular virtue. Although both of us have gotten a little bit of a best is asian to away for a long time. Yeah exactly so general. One of the places. I'd like to start. The show is by asking. You know in this world of influences where. Everybody's an expert influence just look on instagram. Or if you don't know who is someone we might not know a might not even consider has been a major influence on you and on your leadership. Wow there's there's a few I mean one person that really kind of switched on a liable for me is Rory sutherland whose ogilvy Some years ago. I was not being. I've been working and building communities for awhile. One of things. I find fascinating about. This is the it's understanding. The the real deep motivations of why people make decisions why people collaborate together which obviously you spend a lot of time working on and i learned about behavioral economics. Through rory seventy didn't amazing tedtalk called confessions of an odd man and that really sent me down this rabbit hole of what is the role of psychology and how we come together as people and driving forces behind it. So he's definitely one person but you know as well i mean. Obviously seth godin is fairly well known but i the thing i like about seth. Godin isn't much. His teachings is more of his approach. His this fundamental focus on service that if you're of service to other people then good things will happen to you when you wave through everything that you do. I think great things happen

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World War II veteran who raised millions for British health service dies from COVID-19

Morning Edition

02:06 min | 1 year ago

World War II veteran who raised millions for British health service dies from COVID-19

"Died. He was a British veteran of World War two and was 100 years old. He died of covert 19, but not before performing one more service and no. Well, you're just gonna have to help me if I choke up here. In his 100th year, he raised $40 million to help Britain's National Health Service fight the coronavirus that later killed him, and he did it by walking. There was this really popular video of more walking around and around his garden patio, All for charity, Mr Morris Grandson, Colin Ingram promised to pay his granddad £1.1 British pound Her lap. That challenge was posted on social media and turned into a widespread campaign to raise money for the health service. Here's the BBC capturing Mr Moore's final lap last May. Inches together. And there he is. Co congratulations. Wilde done. Absolutely amazing. Amazing achievement. Captain Tom, How do you feel this morning? Fine. Fine, Miss. I'm surrounded by the right sort of people. So, yes, I feel fine. I hope your own food and fine, too. Captain Tom Moore received a knighthood and here's British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Became not just a national inspiration. The beacon of hope for the world. His doctor was clear allergies of the Royal College of Physicians, and she says, Every time he came for an appointment, he had a smile on his face. And brought the staff chocolates that he hoped would keep them going. He had many admirers years Lieutenant Colonel Tom Miller in a video from the Yorkshire Regiment, truly inspirational individual who had captured the hearts off the nation over these testing times with his infectious energy drive and determination. After his death at age 100, Britain's National health Service put out a one line tweet. Thanks for everything, Sir Tom.

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"yorkshire" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"yorkshire" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"Get the wrist moving rigorously. You know gentleman out there. Not easy rhys rigorously. I say wipe instead of washing. Don't you know you don't want to wash tenue a wipe it next time. Do not feel the yorkshire pudding batter to the rim. Keep the bad cold and the hawks as best maybe the batter rest overnight and then give it a vigorous arrests whisk in the morning. Don't use a convection oven and don't don't do not open the oven door. Do not open the oven door. That could be an absolute no awful awful and there was a story that made me a little bit. Fearful of having yorkshire pudding associated association of america american yorkshire pudding startled brits they re resemble genitals so there was a lady Thorough ray after one..

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War, country shows and getting personal

Photography Daily

03:51 min | 2 years ago

War, country shows and getting personal

"Just to clear this one out for now set. Your website is room. Twenty eight fifty dot com. Why why that harks back to the day of life magazine as very loudly youngster. I used to collect them and read them. And does my photography grew. It was life magazine on magazines of the type that quite a big influence on on the type of photography that that i liked view and now to like to try and do self room. Twenty at fifty was the room in the american office of life. Magazine where hall of the photographers were in town usa to sit on meet to discuss projects or we're going to do kick ideas around and that was the room this. Those ideas were were born of some of those. You know amazing stories. I'm sure we've all say in life magazine. And i watch some documentary as the mentioned the factoring twenty or fifty thought. Yeah that's quite a good good name for what was a blog for me then and then became a website because of that i wanted to room. Twenty eight fifty still exists. Somehow i wonder what it is now. Probably being changed into apartments province. They they'll have no idea how important that room while she studied to photograph career in the army photography unit. Didn't he was how it all started. Yet that's right. I was in the army twenty two years so sixteen of those years. I was The photo observe in the royal artillery. So we used to work alongside our and armored colleagues with them do what they did. When there was a requirement to bring down artillery fire. It was responsible earth cellophane colleagues like may to bring down not Throughout all this photography debating the increase in interest. Tonight i was taking pictures and i was joyous i was teaching me self black and white film development and all that good stuff document bedroom at all been boggs over the window is all businesses and then as i pull continued through. Miami korea became aware of the army photographic trade until which point didn't navy noted that existed to be but it's a very small tree it under the rmc logistic corker podge. Under the time that. I think there was about thirty. Six people total Who all transferred from whatever units. They were in On joined his or continue. Whatever clears the hudson arizona. Job is what i did for the last six years correa a string now contributed for getty images news which which means you're images generally go to who in terms of distribution and all of the editorial subscribers to get images globally Would pretend to how the site of any pictures that i filed down to. The picture desk is a string is a string of duoyin. Well i'm a. I'm a freelance photographer. A work cell. I'm responsible for your books. You know tax returns all that kind of self employed stuff. But what i do is i look around mike. Mike switches northeast england north yorkshire through the cost of the look through. And i'll look at and find out about all say are here all kinds of events which i then tick and think will listen. Event the top this weekend be of entrusted. Get the energy. If i think so that. I'll go back to the to the person that i deal with the picture desk and say look. I've got this coming over the weekend. What do you think if they say yes. We like that will take us that. Essentially that's the confirmation of me being a string at for them for that deer so essentially you become stuff for the jewish of job so you get a wage. You're going to shift shift fake. Get your mileage expenses. You're going shoot the job at caption file In in the in the normal way to get those pictures out of the picture desk and on the goal on that distribution network potential editorial clients to say so the next day i could go and do a completely different job for somebody else. I'm obligated by contract. Fecta getting outside of that

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Radiation used to treat benign conditions up to the 1960s has led to illness and death

The Science Show

04:53 min | 2 years ago

Radiation used to treat benign conditions up to the 1960s has led to illness and death

"Element because it does not have as it should. This is a sideshow today. We have news about space weather. That may make the prospect of life in some of those earth like planets unlikely tale about trees. And how we couldn't wait to get rid of them and boy in iraq who amid the bombing and terror was inspired by omni to become a doctor but he wants more is madame curie which for i find it easier to observe talking. I measure uranium and i discover less radiations than i do in. It's all the always more powerful than the element exactly the same test six times. I get identical results. My instinct is that there is another element that skewing the results. You think you've found an undiscovered element. If you're laughing at me then i'm not laughing at you as exciting pinprick of radium gathered from four tons of pitchman. The most beautiful thing you've ever seen smash beautiful thing. I've ever see from the film radioactive now showing marie curie who won lasting fame and an early death her dedication and here doctor says he is not from the university of technology. Sydney reflects on some personal implications of that story as a young teenager going through a pile of old family photos with my mother. I came across a photo of myself as a small child. Cute murad the photo showed me wearing a close fitting skullcap buttoned under the chin. An old fashioned bathing cup. When i ask my mother about it. She told me she'd made matching cups for all my clothes because lost some here after some medical treatment will actually she conceded when pressed are gone bold and stayed bald for a long time. Wash nothing to worry about. I was assured. So i didn't not thin anyway. Mom was off hand about it. I'd had skin problems. She said moore richardson. I suspect to talk about the problem rather than the treatment itself. The skin problem was ringworm of the scalp. A common enough childhood complaint but it could be nasty and like headlights in primary schools. Today it was a sort of thing. Scrupulous parents weren't happy to own up to win the ring. Mom didn't clear up. The local doctor's advice was to travel from our country town to sydney for treatment in a special facility at a big city hospital. Mom was vague about the details of the treatment. What she recalled from the sessions. While is that they'd rub some kind of cream on my head and then they'd turn a ray on it for a while. This was done several times. She couldn't exactly remember how many but by the time the treatments were finished. My head was completely bald at the time. I didn't push for more. It couldn't have been a major matter if mama so inclined to dismiss it. And i hadn't really thought about it over the years or at least not until recently many decades later when i was diagnosed with stage three muscle invasive cancer of the bladder and in the ensuing panic we began to rummage around in the family. History for possible reasons. Why no history. Nothing obvious but then the image of my small bald self came to mind by a strange coincidence not long before i'd heard an interview on abc. We've pulitzer prize winner. Deborah balloon about her book. The poisonous handbook achieve lee shocking. Mix of science toxicology history and to crime the book tells her poisoning motors tended to be perfect crimes in the early twentieth century until detective work in chemistry and toxicology established forensic science as a tool in the arsenal of the crime. Stoppers of the day among the poisons detailed in bloom's book along with us nick cyanide mercury carbon monoxide and thallium. I was surprised to find a lengthy section about radium. Deborah blum's droll reference to the early enthusiasm for radium stuck in my mind and so did a story. My specialist told me during a pre surgery briefing about the british town of huddersfield. In industrial west yorkshire. Many hundreds of factory workers in the area had died of cancer of the bladder in the twentieth century as a direct result of long term exposure to various toxic chemicals and dyes. I learned later. That warnings had been ignored by both industry and government and research findings suppressed

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How You Can Make It as an Online Hair Educator

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

05:18 min | 2 years ago

How You Can Make It as an Online Hair Educator

"Well come along to help you. Cut it in the hairdressing industry. Podcast my name's dom lane and this podcast as you just heard in the intro is one. I've been wanting to have for a long time particularly as we are now here in england in our next lockdown and many of you are thinking about a new direction in where you go in so who could be better than actually talking about online education than one of the best. I believe in the business. A huge fan of is our love style so delighted to welcome onto the show. The incredible chris. Moody chris welcome to how to cut it down. Thank you so much you such a pleasure to be here. I have to tell you real tingo just as as the show is stocking up there. It's it's such a privileged. This really is the gold standard of podcasting. It really is so excited to be on it. Thank you so inviting the suic- solano just before coming on and you know a saint. I'm i'm i have been a big fan of us for a long time and you know if there's anything we can learn from when it comes to be an educator is you really chris i know you deliver it to so many people i mean. How many people have you do you. Reckon youth now educated in hairdresser to become educated. I dunno most i dunno domino must tens of thousands in the last is really amplified in the last nine months since we went into our original lockdown in march all of our businesses pivoted since march. I think i've done about three hundred and fifty four hundred events. The biggest event is probably had about fifteen hundred people on so And most of the mavericks between fifty and one hundred people on a lot of those event so just in in this year alone in twenty it must be thousands but over the years maybe tens of thousands. I don't know i'm very privileged. I feel really blessed that people come and listen actually so it's really humbling. Think he's become such a big part now. There are so many people the want to become hairdressing educators. I suppose because there are so that you know that a lot of headdresses out there and ha handwriting education has become so accessible but also think you know in the uk all of the uk and island addressing has always been at a very very high standard. And i think people are recognizing in order to compete in to maintain that standard and to keep sort of pushing the barriers education has become more important than ever. It's not enough now to just simply learn your craft over three years or whatever and then you go into your behind the chair unpracticed. Craft things are changing all the time. Fashion technology styles of people are recognizing that they need to keep up with it. So i think as more and more an then it becomes cyclical as more people recognize. How much more there is to learn. The more people feel the need to learn it so it becomes absolutely anita you. You must hear it so often there where people say yet. I want to go into becoming an educator. And that's what. I wanna do ready today. Christie's learned from you the stuff that you take. Because i just to clear up the you have a few kind of different ports where platforms way you educate you. Chris just give us a quick heads up on those that you do provide in people that are interested in becoming educators. While i work a lot for a couple of different brands i work a lot for a global brand of which it has many different subsidiaries and do a lot of education for them Helping teach their trainers and helping to sort of evolve their education. I have some partners in the usa. I work with one of my original teachers. Guy chris barron who's a still a mentor and coach to get mine. And i'm fortunate that i now partner with chris on some platforms of the us in north america within. And i also. I'm part of a program here in the uk called the high performance educated with good friend and business partner. David barnard as well as well as doing some of my own stuff but primarily. I'm working in partnership with other people off or offer major brands for global brands. Now i interviewed. James atkinson the life. Who's a very good friend of mine. He's pretty good friend of yours. To and i said to him. I said chris just there seems to be so many things that you've grown in. The industry has leader name. And i think. I'm curious to actually know who you are. Chris because i see what you do with the education but just give a bit of back history to use the person that you are and how you've got to wear you wall well i. I'm just a working class lot from nov town. I originate from bombs bonds lease really good for producing headdresses. I don't know why bombs lease home to josh. Would andrew barton robert eating. You know we're all from was something in the water that creates these bombs. Lee is a is itself. Your peebles south yorkshire. It's a small mining town in south yorkshire. It's a very humble town. It's a lovely place. I'm proud that i'm from there. I love the place. But it's a very small town humble beginnings

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Serial killer known as the Yorkshire Ripper dies after refusing COVID-19 treatment

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Serial killer known as the Yorkshire Ripper dies after refusing COVID-19 treatment

"Virus cases multiply in britain. One of the country's most notorious killers has died from the illness. Peter sutcliffe was one of britain's worst serial killers known as the yorkshire ripper he murdered thirteen women and girls in a five year killing spree that instilled terror in the nineteen seventies. Now the prison service hair says he's died in the hospital british news outlets say he caught the corona virus and refuse treatments prime minister. Boris johnson responded to the news by calling sutcliffe a depraved and evil individual

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This Am a Minstrel Stereotype, Right?

Lexicon Valley

07:07 min | 2 years ago

This Am a Minstrel Stereotype, Right?

"From New York City this is Lexicon Valley. A podcast about language I'm John Mc, water and this week you know what I'm going to do frankly what I usually do, which is just bring you in what was I thinking about over the past week or two? And it was a bunch of things but I happened to be revising an academic paper that I'm writing and that paper happens to be about black English I don't usually do those but I mean exception with this one because it's a topic that really grabs me and you know when deciding what to do the show about I thought you know I'm going to do what I'm thinking about I. Don't WanNa, do it about Comma Harris or something like that I'm not. Sure. What I could get out of that I wanNA do me and so I'm gonNA share with you some stuff about the always fascinating dialect of American English black. English. It's called by academics usually. African American vernacular English but I have a hard time saying that so we're just going to call it black English and we're GONNA, look at it from various angles that I have been sitting around laying around still in semi quarantine these days and one of the things is. GonNa be the lost. Am That's what my papers about, and this is something that I've brought up on this show before, and that is the question as to whether actual black. American people ever as linguists call it over generalized an in two persons and numbers beyond where it would go and standard English and so for example, I'll tell you I am a person but in characters of black speech back in the day, the idea was that black people used am with all. Pronouns, and so you am this he am that we and the other thing that's something associated with minstrel shows and comic strips, and you would think you would quite reasonably think that that's something that white performers made up as a way of making fun of black people. That's what I thought for a very long time. But after a while various indications seem to suggest to me that actually wait a minute black people did once us am in a different way than mainstream. English does, and of course, it wasn't all black people but there have always been different ways of speaking even here in America and it seemed to me that well, you know as I'm always telling all of you language always changes and black English is no exception and so it seemed to me maybe actually the minstrels overdid it they were characterizing but maybe there was that different usage of an because all these things seemed indicated and in a show that I did. Probably back in about nineteen forty seven remember when I used to be sponsored by kraft macaroni and cheese way back. Then I said that one evidence of this is that there are vernacular British dialects. The US am in just that way you am we am the black country in Britain is sometimes called the people who are the Yam yams and what they mean by that is that they say you am saw gave you some evidence of that but that was that was. Back right after the Second World War and so what about newer evidence? Well, first of all, what do I mean by this as you might call it over generalized am well, here is one of the latest examples of it in pop culture. This is a highly insignificant. Hollywood. Cartoon from the studio that gave us such indelible characterizations as Casper, the friendly ghost and Herman and Catnip who were about the closest thing in real life to itchy and scratchy on the simpsons in. Any case, one of their other indelible characters was buzzy the Crow Buzzy. The Crow was supposed to clearly supposed to be this this black American little character remember the Dumbo crows while Buzzy was an extension of that, and so buzzy uses reflections of the old minstrel dialect. This is a cartoon called no IFS ands or buts, but spelled with two t's it's about smoking and this is what buzzy says about a cat who seems to have a smoking addiction listened closely. Tobacco smoking. To know. That Cat am Am Can am smokin fiend. Okay. So that's the character. But what's interesting is how often you see black American people depicted as speaking that way in many sources that you might think of authoritative and I have something even better than this is going to build up to a big fine. We're we're circling in. We're we're about to find the real thing but some other stuff. That I've found. So for example, there is a novel written by a Black Man, very conscious as we used to say black man eighteen, ninety, nine it's called imperium in Imperio, and the guy's name is Sutton griggs and for whatever it's worth his father was a Georgia slave. So Sutton griggs eighteen nine, he's post emancipation but he would have heard authentic black speech, the speech of. People who were denied education and what's interesting is that in one of his novels he is writing in very serious vain. We would today call him a black nationalist and he has seen where there's a black mother who is being humiliated by a racist white schoolteacher and she's trying to present her child and defend her child and what she says, and this is a black. Writer of black nationalist stamp who grew up with a father who had been at slave and not in New York City but in Georgia so we're talking about wear black English really arose and I WANNA say throws but that's not the were because it's thrived and so he has the mother saying about her child her son, his name and Belton Piedmont arteries, granddaddy arteries after so. Not His name is built in Piedmont his name and Belton Piedmont and she's a character of dignity. His name in Belton Piedmont not is built in Piedmont am. Arteries. granddaddy. What's Ardour ardor is after and shows how authentic this depiction of speech is in that we know that not only black people but also again regional vernacular speaking British people used arter and explains that problem with Jack and Jill. So Jack and Jill went up the hill to get a pail of water jack fell down and broke his Crown Jill. Came Tumbling after what the Hell is. That is that the best they can do of course, not it was Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling out. After, because, after can become after. After that is the way many people in for example, Yorkshire still say after October it's dialectal after and so they're always many people who said after and he came here and often they were either slave owners or they worked alongside slaves and so early biking, which has

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Julie Dart and Stephanie Slater

Casefile True Crime

04:55 min | 2 years ago

Julie Dart and Stephanie Slater

"In July of Nineteen, ninety-one things looked promising verizon year old Julie Dodd. bobbly spirited teenager with wavy brown hair and a smile she had recently finished high school, and was hoping to fulfil locked long dream of joining Britain's armed forces. Julie had grown up in late the largest city in the northern English county of West. Yo Shaw where she still lived with her mother. On Tuesday July, nine, nineteen, ninety-one Julie, spent the day with her boyfriend twenty year all Dominick Nari who lived in the nearby suburb of gitten. At six o'clock in the evening, the couple went to dominique sister rose's house where Julie helped prepare meal of Roast, Lamb and Yorkshire Pudding. After They Dayton, Juliet excused herself to start not shift at the hospital where she'd recently started working as an orderly. At seven forty five PM. She cased Dominic Goodbye and departed wearing a black skirt with a pink and black jacket. At, nine Peon Julie Find Dominique to say she would be working until eleven thirty PM and would then return to her Gnheim. Dominique noticed that there appeared to be music. Playing in the background is though Julie were calling from a POB. Two days past and dominate could didn't hear from Julie. Then on the morning of fraud. Agent Lights Twelve. He received an unexpected visit from his sister rose, who had found a handwritten envelope addressed to hin amongst her male. There was a letter inside written in Julie's handwriting which read. Dominic helped me plays of Ben. Kidnapped and obeying held as a personal security until next Monday night. Please go until my mom straightaway. Love you so much, dominic? Mom find the police stride away and helped me. Have not eaten anything, but I'll have offered food. Feeling a bit sick, but on drinking two cups of Tape Day. Mum Dominic. Help me. Love You all? Julie. Upon rating the letter Dominic Cold Julie's mother. Lynn Dodd to rush Daiva to rate it for herself. She noticed that despite being pending Julie's handwriting, some of the woods and freising didn't Santa luck daughter at all. More IVA lean couldn't understand why Julie would be abducted and held for ransom. Has Family had little money? Lynn immediately called the police to report her daughter missing and gave them the lead off. Police began looking into JULIE'S LAV Born on March one, nineteen, seventy three, Julie Anne Dodd, was the first chart of Lin and Alec Hill who went on to have a son named poll two years later. When Julie was four years old. Alex left his young family and in Nineteen, seventy, eight Lynn remarried and electrician named a and dot. The Julianne poll what close to their stepfather? Calling Him Dad and adopting he surname? Lin and day in separated when Julie was sixteen years old, but a in maintained a relationship with these stepchildren. Although Julie was brought. She wasn't a dedicated student and instead preferred to focus on her athletic abilities. A talented Rana. She participated in school and county competitions, accumulating a number of trophies, which her mother proudly displayed in the family In her spare Don Julie locked, socializing dancing and performing Karaoke with her friends. While she was still at school. She go to Tom Job at a cafe, which was wish she met Dominique a CO worker, who was two years her senior. They dated for three years, and when Julie was just seventeen, they became engaged.

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North Sea US jet crash: Pilot found dead

The World and Everything In It

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

North Sea US jet crash: Pilot found dead

"Rescuers have recovered the body of a US Air Force fighter pilot who crashed into the North Sea near the coast of the world's Kristen and. The pilot of an F fifteen eagle was on a routine training mission near Suffolk England when the jet plunged into the sea at nine forty. A M on Monday. The cause of the crash wasn't clear. The fighter jet was flying out of Royal Air Force Lake in Heath the base about eighty miles northeast of London host the US Air Force's forty eight th fighter wing. The British Coast Guard recovered. The pilots remains hours after locating the wreckage of the fighter jet off the Yorkshire Coast the Pentagon did not immediately release. The name of the Servicemember killed pending notification of family

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