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"king henry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"King Henry oblivious to the plot brewing against him Pines for his son. Can no man tell me of my UN thrifty son. His full three months since I did see him last If any plague hang over us, is he I want to God, my lords, he might be found Enquire at London amongst the taverns there, My Lord, some two days since I saw the prince and told him of those triumphs held at Oxford and what said the gallant His answer was he would unto the stews and from the comments, creature pluck a glove and where it as a favor, And with that he would unhorsed, the lastest challenger as dissolute as desperate. Who comes here. Where is the king? What means our cousin that he stares and looks so wildly. God save your grace. I do beseech Your Majesty to have some conference with your grace alone. Withdraw yourselves and leave us here alone. What is the matter with our cousin now? Forever, Mae. My knees grow to the earth, my tongue cleaved to my roof within my mouth unless apart in the air, I rise or speak Intended or committed Was this fault? If on the first how heinous ere it be toe win by after love, I part of the then give me leave that I may turn the key that no man enter till my tale be done. Have that desire. Beware.
"king henry" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"Paul at a hotel only from the eighteen. Hundreds that was affected. Derelict by the Mid Nineteen fifties on a couple of people started jazz club on it on Russell Club role historian from London. Michael snapper was a antique dealer. Scrap dealer apart. Island is giving cheap stopped and bought what to do with it on stage. A concept rather interesting dont sold. Attached to. The hotel stood alone. I remember it a little bit like a Charles Adams Drawing Djelic Houston. I'm an actress. I grew up in London. The early sixties. It was a time when a lot of old ways were meeting. A lot of new ways from the rations and the hardships. The Second World War flits and hunger ill Pie island in the heels that had been cut up on these white marble slab since the days of Henry V. Eight were suddenly meeting the youth quake pilot I used to come as a sixteen year. Old was dark and it was summertime. And we would. Don't my name's Emily Young? You had the trad jazz bands playing and the way we used to dance to it. You had to be picked on your foot you jiving and during the Charleston at the same time in the late nineteen fifties in particular. There was a movement look towards. America is more New Orleans Jazz. Trad traditional jazz played by people coffee shops and small bars. He'd like Ken Kolia Clarinet Player and bilk their driving force behind the club with offices. No he worked in an antique shop for micro snapper and the began putting parties on their which initially just free. Ilk Highland. I'm Michelle Whitby. I authored the book Ilbo Island. Most people are under the impression author of the club. You know he wanted to be a cool rock'n'roll promote but his motives were very different. He had a huge interest in teenagers. Which after the Second World War in the mid fifties were completely new phenomenon? General Society just saw them as a threat whereas at wanted to know how to help them he purposefully included amongst the club members. Professional people doctors lawyers live someone that had a problem. He will try and steer them in the direction of the right person he cudi. A social experiment needs to music as a way of attracting these youngsters when you too far separated from the parameters of the normal coach you'll hate people who Luck got into the art schools. Were they could release these fractures in the form of music. They about three four hundred people in the schools who formulating two groups that we know today should Eric Clapton. All of those guys come out of school in the late fifties early sixties was a bit of a hotbed for things like just as in rock and roll but immunize him running would went sailing all college towns of into eating pledge. Jimmy page WENT TO SUTTON ON COLLEAGUES JEFF. Back Wins Wimbledon and Eric Class went to kings these rule along the River Thames in probably a twenty mile radius if you buy people jokingly refer to it as the tens Delta listen to Bob Mills on BBC London. Ninety four point nine special guest. This morning is a new. We talk into now Michelle. You question very I have come to the book about the history of ill pile I then. Oh God when I did law work there. Were like a beatnik early sixties. That was the only thing they was. We go to Richmond Kingston and sit around in by the afternoon. White for the time to guard the bridge to the island or these great like can call date the number. These kids went to your console. Trad jazz and folk and skiffle skiffle. He's kind of the pump. Could his time nineteen fifty five nine hundred fifty six almost every rock and roll the hurdle? He's from London would have been capable. Kids have seen Elvis and they want to do it themselves Eric. I always wondering if you could tell me what your best and worst memories were playing bill pile island. One of the worst memories was to carry your miles organ across the bridge. GonNa be three handles the floor. Stand in the middle of the floor and it will bounce down. All you didn't have to pilot. The early sixties was taken by rhythm and Blues Harmonica. Play Davis Formed Davis Allstars. He died at the age of thirty two. Kenya and his place was taken long. John Baldry there is a story. That's denied that Cyril Davies died. I had a booking ill pie. And they went on and play their show without an off to his own local railway station taking in South West London Long John. Baldry came across a young guy a little bit drunk complain the Harmonica and singing and he's name was ruled shoes. And Joan. Bolger when I was says. Do you want to join a band? The yardbirds Jeff Beck and Jimmy page faces. People come and go and play in different bands. There's a great melting talk. You might bump into Mick Jagger in the by starting it she like Pete Townsend Coming Through Right Davis K by any band that was worth his salt had to play them to new ticked off. That one on your itinerary. You hadn't really arrived full. Jones played with the sixties band. Manfred Mann you drove up here in your Van. And then you unloaded stuff. Which on a trolley across this strange little footbridge the footbridge was ropy as anything decrepit. It was muddy old. London Ramshackle River life with all barges when people were living. You have to pay to get over the if you didn't WanNa pay me. Swallow Coats on. Lots of people did throbbing hot humid full of cigarette. Smoke sweat didn't take a lot of baths and at the time the wasn't lot of shampooing going music would Blair and those who weren't dancing where snogging kissing necking. It was a of ritual thing. He just loved dressing up beautiful. Old Ramshackle leather jackets old Victorian nineteen the fluffy white lacey cuffs. 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"king henry" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"This week's adventure the case of the complicated poisoning at hield. Pie Island. That's island up ahead. I wonder if the really in as as cruel as I remember and the pie crust. Aw Leaky and I have no interest. Whatever in ill wants not still slightly today. A story about a tiny island in the river Thames with a flamboyant history involving King Henry. The Eighth Charles Dickens. The Rolling Stones Pete Townsend Rod Stewart Anjelica Huston Trad Jazz rock and roll and you'll pie disappearing London delicacy think an apple pie filled with coke. Deal my name's Dan van vet. I have lived here on highland for about thirty years. The only inhabited on the Tidal Thames. I ended up writing a book about the story goes King Henry. In the sixteenth century would be road up River Thames on the royal barge to to cold fantastic palace COUPLA miles upstream always way past the island. Henry who's actually roller large gentleman overcome by hunger. He said Stop the ball. Jim Bring US bring us a neo palm. He seemed to minion ashore to buy the Neil Fi from the famous stall run by mistress Mayo. He acquired a taste for her and then frequently indulged. It ill pie. Island was where they used to fish out the ills in London. You'd see these big EELS. In the front of fishmonger shops big fact some of them is six jerome lying around on the mobile slabs. They're also Public House here. Pablo of apartheid and was there for centuries it had a bowling alley and it used to be here and presumably ego pies. It was quite smart in eighteen. Thirty in tie Charles dicky's he has one of his characters. Nicholas Nickleby come to heal piloted for a picnic by boat.
Mavericks & Legends: Eleanor of Aquitaine
"Legend was one of the wealthiest and most powerful women in Europe. During the Middle Ages known for her extraordinary beauty and brilliance. She was a leader who wielded significant influence over everything from art and literature to politics and the perception of women. She was queen of both France and England and built a long legacy through advantageous marriages for her many children. She was a role model for future. Female leaders please welcome. Eleanor of Aquitaine. Eleanor was likely born in the year. Eleven twenty two to William the Tenth Duke of Aquitaine and his wife Elinor was the oldest of the couple's three children medieval aquitaine was a huge fiefdom located in the western central and southern areas of present France to the south of the Laura River. It was renowned for its wealth and influence and for being an enlightened capital of culture and. Learning Eleanor's father a lover of literature and the arts ensure that all of his children received the best cultural and academic educations available. Eleanor was fluent in multiple. Languages learnt math astronomy in history and was adept at sports such as Falconry and chess. When Eleanor was eight her mother and younger brother died seven years later. Eleven thirty seven her father died of dysentery. While on a pilgrimage. On his deathbed Williams last act was to do everything he could to protect. Eleanor and her inheritance of Aquitaine. He ordered his men to rush to the court of King. Louis the six the France to ask for protection for his daughter until a marriage could be arranged he also asks Louis to find an appropriate match. Louis was all too delighted to choose his own son. Louis the seventh were married a few months later. Eleanor and Louis. The seventh a match. She was renowned beauty and intellect well-versed in politics and well traveled. He was incredibly sheltered for an heir to the throne and was generally a quiet man for most of his life. Bluey was not the air and was never trained in the skills necessary to rule. It had been expected that he'd go into the Church so we spent most of his early life in monasteries. That changed when his older brothers suddenly died and Louis was thrust into the spotlight from the start. Their relationship. Louis was submissive. To and reliant upon eleanor when he accepted the task of leading the second crusade. Eleanor made it clear that she was coming along. It's not surprising given Louise Limited leadership skills and existent travel experience that the crusade was not a success. Eleanor is famously. Recorded by medieval historians treating the trip more as a big adventure than a serious endeavor brought more than three hundred ladies in waiting with an accompanying baggage train spanned miles still the same historians. Note that eleanor was a better leader and more respected than her Mika's even though the crusade was a series of misadventures eleanor managed to increase her social capital during the trip while Louis was continually marginalized by the time they reached. Antonio Louis was resentful of his wife. Eleanor asked for an annulment and Louis agreed ending their marriage upon their return to France and eleven fifty two weeks after ending her first marriage. Eleanor married Henry Duke of Normandy and Future King of England. The two ascended to the throne two years later in eleven fifty four it was a tempestuous marriage. Unlike her first husband Henry was not easily controlled by eleanor. The more she tried to control him the more he fought back by having affairs. He also disapproved eleanor surrounding herself with musicians and poets. Still Henry and eleanor did have eight children together. On whom eleanor focused. Most of her attention. She was well aware that she could eventually wield much more power through her children around eleven. Seventy Eleanor left her husband and moved back to her family home in. Potier taking her favorite son Richard and daughter Marie with her in eleven. Seventy three eleanor's oldest son Henry. The young king started a rebellion against his father. King Henry was soon joined by a number of his brothers. The rebellion lasted a year. And a half before it was finally crushed some believe that eleanor who had publicly supported her sons had actually instigated the revolt as a result. King Henry had eleanor imprisoned in eleven. Seventy four. Eleanor STAYED IN CAPTIVITY FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. Until Henry's death in eleven eighty nine. By then Eleanor's oldest son had died so her second oldest Richard the first known to history as Richard. The Lionheart ascended the throne. Eleanor was very close with Richard. Soon after taking the Throne Richard. One off to take part in the third crusade and left. Eleanor in charge. Though she'd been locked away for over a decade it took eleanor no time at all to get back in the swing if things. It wasn't long before she was signing documents and having others address her as eleanor. By the grace of God Queen of England Richard Eventually returned home from the crusade after being kidnapped in Jerusalem and ransomed his mother in eleven ninety nine. Richard was killed in battle while fighting. King Philip of France over territory. He was succeeded by his brother. John upon becoming King John Quickly signed a peace treaty with Philip with peace finally achieved. Eleanor MOVED TO FUND TO ROW. Abbey where she died in twelve o
Mavericks & Legends: Anne Boleyn
"Today. We're talking about one of the most controversial figures in English. History person to and fall from power. Were extremely dramatic. She helped bring about England's split from the Catholic Church became the queen of England and had a daughter who would serve as one of the most famous monarchs of all time. Her opponents accused her of witchcraft. And slandered her name and historians continue to debate her real intentions. Let's talk about the mysterious and Berlin and Berlin was born around the year. Fifteen hundred in Norfolk England. Her father was a respected royal attendant and her mother was the daughter of a powerful duke and spent her teen years at the French court as a companion for Henry. The Eighth Sister Mary who was married to the French king by fifteen twenty two and was back in England. She wore glamorous French clothing and copy attention of many suitors. She even caught the eye of King Henry. The eighth himself and may have I come into contact with King Henry after acting as the lead in a court play in fifteen twenty six. At that time Henry was still married to his first wife. Catherine of Aragon though the pair had a daughter they had been unable to produce a male heir to the throne and Henry was getting desperate. The story goes that Henry tried to make an his mistress but she refused to sleep with him out of wedlock. That may have served to increase. Henry's infatuation yet. Divorce wasn't an option. As Henry was a devout Catholic. Henry attempted to get his first marriage annulled but the pope refused his please. An may have inspired the eventual solution. It was the era of the Protestant reformation and and gave Henry a copy of a book called obedience of a Christian man. The Books Protestant author argued that kings were actually the rightful head of the church. Not The pope. This book greatly influenced Henry who ignored the pope's wishes divorced Catherine in fifteen thirty one. An Berlin married King Henry. The eighth in January fifteen thirty three the next year Henry broke away from the Roman Catholic Church and established his own. The Church of England. This move caused conflict in the country for the subsequent two centuries after her marriage and helped gather and support a new royal court that bolstered. Henry's decision to found a new church. Not much is known about Ann's time as Queen but she may have helped transition monasteries into a new role as educational institutions. She and Henry had a daughter Elizabeth I but they struggled to have more children. Henry was starting to doubt the marriage. He waited so long for to make matters worse. The separation of church fueled foreign enemies and incited domestic opposition. In fifteen thirty six and was charged with adultery and plotting against the king. She was locked in the Tower of London. The king ignored olivennes protests. She was declared guilty in a bias trial and sentenced to death. She was executed by sword in. May of fifteen thirty six and was queen of England for about three years after Ann's death. Her opponents continued to slander. Her nearly all images of her were destroyed though depictions were created
"king henry" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
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"The Obedience of a Christian Man" published - October 2, 1528
"Day was October fifteen twenty eight the book the obedience of a Christian man by English Protestant William Tyndall was first printed in Antwerp Antwerp Belgium in the book. Tyndall said that kings were the head of their countries church and were accountable to guide not to the pope. The book is is one of the key texts in the English reformation. A- period in the sixteenth century when reformers challenged the authority of the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church tender was a scholar and theologian he was also a linguist who became fluent in several languages over the years including French Greek Hebrew and Latin but his religious views grew to be radical and controversial influenced by the reformation tend to believe that only the Bible should determine the doctrine of the church. We also thought that translating the New Testament into English would allow people to have their own understanding of scripture rather than one determined. I the Catholic Church the translation of the Bible that the Roman Catholic Church use the vulgarity was in Latin so the Bible was read in Church in Latin which few people attending religious services could understand but the church wary of anyone or anything that may challenge tradition required ecclesiastical approval of translations and readings of the Bible in English reformer John Wycliffe and those who promoted his views known as lawler's were persecuted as takes for their defiance of the beliefs and practices of the church and their translations of the Bible into English but even though having unauthorized kingland translations of the scriptures result in charges of heresy people still read English translations and reformers acknowledged the Bible as the highest authority the Biblical word not the Pope and Tyndall was determined to translate the Bible into English even after Church authorities in England refused his requests he left England and by fifteen twenty five he had completed his translation of the New Testament and by the next year printing the New Testament Testament was complete. It was the first New Testament in English to be mass produced with the printing press rather than being handwritten thousands of copies. TINDALL's New Testament were printed by the time he was executed in fifteen thirty six per heresy and it influenced later Bible translations including the Sixteen Sixteen Eleven King James Bible Tyndall also published other books in which he criticized the practices of the Catholic Church. One of the most influential was the obedience of a Christian man though the original title of it is much longer than that the book is divided into three main sections preceded by two introductions and the First Section discusses God's laws of obedience in the people bound to obey them the second expressive how the people who have authority should rule first and the third affirms that the literal sense of scripture is spiritual in the book. He said that worshipers should affirm the authority of the Bible over any other authority authorities like the Catholic Church and the post the book also claimed that God appointed kings who authorities of their realms Ambuhl bowland owned a copy of the book which according to anecdotal evidence was eventually shown to King Henry the eighth. It's been claimed that the king liked the stance on Papal Authority authorities expressed in the book and that book influenced the Act of supremacy which declared Henry the eighth and his successors the Supreme Head of the Church of England instead of the Pope Nope. Those claims are unsubstantiated other books. Tyndall wrote include the parable of the wicked mammon and the practice of the prelate
Witches & Saints: Anne Askew
"The eighth are women if the day was a writer poet and Protestant martyr. Let's talk about an ask you not much is known for sure about her early life but it's believed that and ask you it was born around fifteen twenty one and grew up in Lincolnshire England her a father was from an old established family in the region an an was highly educated and intellectually adapt from early on in her life and was a devout out Protestant. The Christian Bible had just become widely available in English and an studied and memorized verses. Some sources say she studied the Public Bible at the Lincoln Cathedral and debated with local clergy an was also one of the earliest known women poets who wrote in English as a quick reminder. Protestant Christianity was growing rapidly across Europe during Ann's lifetime but it wasn't a monolithic movement by any stretch of the imagination King Henry the eighth who had been a devout Catholic split from the Catholic Church after the pope refused to annul his first marriage and started the Anglican Church despite that fact the Anglican Church remained much closer to the beliefs and practices of the Catholic Church than other reform for movements like those led by Martin Luther or John Calvin Christianity which began as a fledgling religion in the first century had grown by the thirteenth eighteenth century into an institution powerful enough to rival state governments in the decade after England's official move away from Catholocism authorities developed developed relatively orthodox criteria for what kinds of Protestant beliefs were allowed in England and condemned the beliefs of more radical reform movements back to an and married a man named Thomas kind. The two had a rocky relationship he he had actually been intended for an older sister but her older sister passed away. Thomas was Catholic so from the beginning he and an clashed over their beliefs chiefs. Perhaps that's why an continued to go by her maiden name which was quite rare at the time. Still the couple had two children together before Thomas Thomas through an out for being a Protestant seems like an was okay with having to leave. She was the first Englishwoman to demand divorce. She then moved to London met other. Protestants and became a preacher or Gospel her then in March fifteen forty five Thomas changed his mind he had an arrested and demanded she be brought back to Lincolnshire to stay and escaped and returned to her preaching in London she she was arrested and released again before in May fifteen forty six an was arrested a third time put in the Tower of London and tortured. Do you say the priests cannot make the body of Christ. I say so lord driver at the God made late man but the man can make God i never yet and after the consecration is it not the body of Christ and it tastes consecrated bread. Her beliefs have been deemed unacceptable and torturers wanted her to name name other like minded women to renounce her beliefs but anne refused she was convicted of heresy and her punishment was to be burned at the stake mm-hmm on July Sixteenth fifteen forty six and was carried to the steak on a chair. She couldn't walk through the torture. She hit endured she she and three other Protestants were set to burn that day however Protestant supporters slipped gunpowder to the condemned that went off quickly once the fire. It was let thanks to that kindness. Their deaths were much quicker and less painful and was one of just two women on record who were tortured and the Tower of London and burnt at the stake before her death and wrote an account of her beliefs and story it was published as the examinations by John Bale it. It didn't take long for the public to reevaluate and place in history by the time John Fox's acts and monuments of fifteen sixty three was published an was being proclaimed the Protestant martyr and ratings continue to be read today and are an extremely important autobiographical look at the Tudor era religious turmoil tune in tomorrow for the story of another remarkable
Witches & Saints: Jeanne d'Albret
"Spiritual power throughout history this month or highlighting women who made incredible contributions to and through religions as well as those who were charged and punished for alleged heresies or supernatural abilities today. We're heading back to the sixteenth century. French wars of religion are women. If the day was one of the most powerful female political figures of the period alongside Queen Elizabeth I and Catherine Domenici she played a leading role in the religious conflicts that dominated the second half of the sixteenth century as the acknowledged spiritual ritual and political leader of the French huguenot movement. I'm talking about John. Dall Bray Queen of Navarre John was born in fifteen twenty eight at a royal palace outside of Paris. She was the only child of Marguerite of Navarre King Henry the second Lavar a tiny sovereign Afrin St stuck between France and Spain Henry also claimed sovereignty over a number of territories in the south of France. John's mother Marguerite Greet was an incredibly accomplished woman. She was a celebrated author of courtly novellas and spiritual works and she was also an early patron of the Protestant reformation. John was heavily influenced by her mother and was drawn to reformed Christianity specifically calvinism as well as humanist just thinking in fifteen forty seven John Married Antoine de Bourbon Duke Vendome with whom she had five children. The only to to a son and a daughter survived past childhood after the death of John's father. She antwon ruled jointly over their territories in south southwestern France. John continued to be drawn to protestantism. Even after her mother's death in fifteen forty nine on Christmas Day fifteen eighteen sixty John publicly converted to calvinism and declared calvinism the official religion of her kingdom that made her the highest ranking Protestant Austin in all of France and designated enemy of the Catholic Church and the Catholic Counter Reformation Movement after converting John joined the Huguenot movement in their fight against French Catholics. The HUGH DOTS were an ethnic religious group of French. Protestants concentrated in the south and west of France as their numbers and influence grew. The Hugo knots were persecuted by French Catholics leading to a series of religious conflicts known as the French wars of religion region fought on and off between fifteen sixty two and fifteen ninety eight when war broke out in fifteen sixty two John worked behind the scenes to fund fund the humane what's she used her own vast fortune and mobilized patronage networks. She also used her influence at the French court to plead eight for their cause. Still she stayed pretty publicly neutral during what became known as the first and second wars when the third war broke out in fifteen fifteen sixty eight John faced both the threat of a noble rebellion and Royal French invasion of her territories. She was forced to flee to the hugh. You cannot stronghold of Larochelle on the Atlantic coast of France with her two children into a pond John's arrival she became the de facto leader of the city the and began publicly directing the Protestant insurgency while and La Rochelle Genre letters to foreign rulers sympathetic to her cause asking for assistance assistance she even used her own jewelry as backing for a loan from Queen Elizabeth I of England she assumed control of Huguenot intelligence gathering fortifications of Larochelle finances and maintaining control of the civilian population of the city that included taking care of the many Edison refugees looking for safe haven. John also played a major role in military activity. She even went to the battlefields. During during intense fighting to rally the troops inspect their defenses in fifteen sixty nine John wrote a memoir entitled Ample Declaration Shen in which she defended her actions and those for fellow Hugo noughts a year later in fifteen seventy. John was the primary force of negotiating the peace treaty with Catherine Domenici. The de facto ruler of France at the time to end the third war as part of the Treaty Sean reluctantly agreed to an arranged marriage between her son Henry and Catherine's daughter Marguerite in exchange for agreeing to the marriage hugh cannot gain the right to hold public office in France after signing the marriage contract. John took up temporary residence in Paris to prepare for the wedding two months before the big day gene fell ill after a day of shopping five days later on June ninth fifteen seventy two Jean died not long after her death a rumor spread the John was actually poisoned by a pair of perfumed gloves given to her by Catherine de Medici though the story persisted over the years. There's no evidence to support the claim. There is evidence that John may have been suffering from tuberculosis access despite her death John Son's wedding happened and he eventually became King Henry the fourth of brands the first of a long line the French Bourbon kings tune in tomorrow for the story of
"king henry" Discussed on Fantasy Theatre
"They make humans like that. I mean he is just they both a massive power. Disperse disappointing disappointing. I think we both call that. I don't think either one was wrong. I'm like everyone else was that offense is not going to work collars. He's going to put up these numbers. He looked his he's arm strength in Live Philemon. It looked like it was there it really didn't he just looks so spy does he. I've never seen somebody my that small out. There like a vic was small embiid look bigger than Oh yeah and Russell Wilson who's not much tolerant him. He's never looked like he plays big. Murray might get there you might because he had like what four or five passes knocked down. Yeah I mean you don't see that from drew brees and Russell Wilson kind of six-foot five twelve five eleven guests whatever whatever no and they need to be calling up Russell Wilson and breathe and asking these guys under six foot. What are you doing to get these passes over the line and breathe on her tiptoes and he's his own line is learned to work around him by an unaccounted and the best line but he's he's got to do something I don't? I don't believe in that team I think they're overrated from the get-go and I think they really proved that up. Until the Fourth Quarter They Will Matt Patricia gave them that game really doing in this mattress. He's either coordinator loss out Larry Fitzgerald. Oh yeah you can great catch the harmless. I think I had him on a list of the tells. His demise were greatly exaggerated. He still see Stiller Fitzgerald he he looked great. He did he kinda. I think If college is giving the Baltimore just as easily as a safety valve. He'll make Air Mike. Everybody's lives in Arizona easier. I saw somewhere I think Evan Silva had this on twitter but David Johnson had forty eight air yards in that game which is basically like on on his targets. The ball was in the air total of forty eight yards that was more than he had all of last season playing with like Rosen and Steve wilks very good send teams to score some points. I just I Johnson is going to have some opportunities. I like. I like Johnson warlike anyone else in that. He's going to get his touches but I just I I think I have collar and I have more to bench and a couple of just took him as a backup just to having just in case but I I see something else from that team play over Jameis Winston this week. I'll tell you that yeah yeah play them over James. Well no no no no no. They are in Baltimore Baltimore. Auburn Defense is top top to Baltimore's defense a few leagues definitely robot'll defense is NASA Lyneham out. Yeah remember every one one. It's just week one you could be at the top of the world one week and at the very lows of the lows the next seen in a million taps. Can we talk about for the jets cocooning thicken true what he was about to those name speaking okay. I know you love kicker so much screw. kickers look to. Oh mm-hmm..
"king henry" Discussed on Fantasy Theatre
"I would believe that and I go back to where they were getting wildcat. Run on you know for those couple of years ears. I felt like yeah well. I think they're like one four in their last five at Miami but that does not matter this year does not matter this. That doesn't matter this year. You got another very soon. Hold on. I gotta get the second player I went. I went you know just this ranking so I'm going to play you. WanNa hold on I'll get you somebody let me give you another one. Matthew Berry says Kenyan Drake score more points than to Rico when this week nine Cents Look Tariq Cohen yes he didn't get a lot of rushing touches but he had ten targets against Green. Bay and Fitzpatrick does not check down to the running backs next to often yes. They're going to be throwing a lot. I don't see drake getting a lot of those targets. Unfortunate Leagues do have him on a team but a loved to Rico in this week. He's one of my favorite by lows is right now especially. NPR leaks die. Give you enough time. Yes you did okay. Yes you did plenty of time. Go 'cause already had Myra had another player is that player is Chris Carson Boo so w Chris Carson. He hasn't as an rb one play in Pittsburgh Berg versus dealers. I don't know was matthew. Berry say Matthew Berry Says Sorry Matthew Berry says Chris Carlson is an rb worn over the likes of Derrick Henry that for me absolute last me. Let's not forget that all of that game was very ugly. The steelers only allowed. I think fourteen yards to Sony Michelle before that game got out of hand on twelve carries so so you're telling me that Chris Carson is GonNa. Come is going to come across across the entire. United States go into Pittsburg where they play a million times better better. He's going to be an rb one over the Derrick Henry. Who has the colts this this week who knows how to run against a cold. Who's plays them twice a year? He is going to run wild again Dan. He's going to double up the points at Chris Carson scores and be a top ten play again. Oh Greg you're making me blush. You're making me blush. I hope you're right. They I do it right. That was yeah. That was good was what tell tell them how wrong he is. Tom Emphatically you're wrong. You're wrong matty b what happened. Sorry good you indigestion yeah. Matthew Berry says it's my last one Davante Adams will score more points. It's than Brandin. Cooks Adams did catch a TD in each matchup against the Vikings last year but it was less than seventy yards in both so he's really td dependent in both those games. I would not expect him to say I would not expect less than seventy yards but even if he has a good game. It's not going to matter because brandin cooks is going to be a world beater this week against the saints. Did you see what happened to the saints on Monday night. Look Hey they. I'm I'm proud of him. I'm so glad they beat the Texans also also but they got shredded in the secondary fuller stills Hopkins Long Ball all after long ball in who is the king of the long ball that has a revenge narrative against the saints himself Mr Brandin Cooks. He's going for a fifty yard touchdown. Oh Yeah I go for a fifty yard touchdown. Now cooks eat is never know about that guy ah I but but you know he's up and down but last week was down yes yeah. I somehow have him on three out of five. I have teams really talking to him. So brandin cooks ended up being one of my most own layers and so maybe this is wishful thinking but yeah I got one more. I got one more. It just goes to come with three I with four. Actually it's two together because comparing the two so it's Dak Prescott Matty B is wrong about Dak Prescott being eight top six quarterback over drew brees this week. Here's drew brees as as a as a high end rb chart. QB Too and he has Truscott as a top six quarterback. I wouldn't be messing with background right now this now he has a really favorable match up again however at Washington they're probably gonNA run the ball a lot more because Z. These going back he's not can we throw inasmuch.
"king henry" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"The movie opens with paragraph of white taxed on a black background to <unk> set up the situation for us by reading the Tax we learn that Mary Queen of Scots was born a Catholic however as Protestants are fighting took control Scotland. She was sent to Catholic France as an infant then at age fifteen she married the heir to the French throne three three years later she returns to a now Protestant dominated Scotland as a widow. Her half brother is on the throne in Scotland. Meanwhile England is run run by the Protestant Queen Elizabeth but Mary also has a strong claims at England's throne threatening Elizabeth's power. That is all true. do but there is a lot more to the story for example and this is something that we see a lot of in movies that depict this era of history. The Movie Never Really Explains lanes why the Protestants and Catholics hated each other so much always see is that there's Catholic France in Protestant England and so we just assume assume that their enemies but why does that matter as with all things religious the differences between Catholicism protestantism can be an entire podcast series by itself and it probably is but that is not this podcast and yet the purposes of our story today make it very important to try to understand that question why doesn't matter after all Catholics and Protestants both consider themselves to be Christians so if you're looking at these these two different denominations of Christianity from outside the religion it can be difficult to understand why there was so much hatred for each other that they use is God's name to justify breaking one of God's laws thou shalt not kill while the disagreements between Catholics and Protestants today fortunately are You're not on the same level as it was centuries ago. During the time line of the movie no one can deny the long history of disagreements fights and even deaths between these two religions and in the end if we were to try and simplify the why behind the animosity between these two religions it would be the exactly that a long history of disagreement between two religions as the centuries passed. The disagreements got bigger and more brutal. for example there were Catholics accused Protestants of manipulating the role of Saints Priests and the Canon of scripture itself then Protestants would accused accused Catholics of preaching a Gospel Based on works or worshiping the Virgin Mary that'd be Mary the Mother of Jesus Not Mary Queen of Scots these These are just a couple small examples but boiling it down those issues stem from how Protestants and Catholics determined the Authority of God Catholicism Dolla System follows the scriptures but ultimately how those scriptures are interpreted comes from the official teachings of the Vatican on the other hand Protestants I believe one must have their own private interpretation of the scriptures to determine their meaning in other words. They don't believe in the authority of the Vatican. Can something else those opening paragraphs that is true but overly simplified is how it talks about how Mary is going to France and and we dig into that a little deeper we can get a sense for just how complex Mary's life was bound to be from the very beginning. The movie doesn't doesn't show this but Mary. Stuart was born on December eighth fifteen forty two during a period of history when a lot of people believed that the rift between Protestants and Catholics flakes was at its greatest that day. December eighth was important to Catholics because it was believed to have been the day that the Virgin Mary was conceived and that's one reason why Mary Stewart was given the name Mary because she was born on the date celebrated as the day of the Virgin Mary's conception by the Roman Catholic Church. which but that's not the only reason like many children. Mary was also named after her mother on December fourteenth. Just six days later year. Mary's father was killed. He was King James V of Scotland and he died on the battlefield after the Scottish were defeated at the battle of Solway Away Moss although it's worth pointing out that he didn't die in the battle he died soon after the battle from complications that some people think might have been Ben from contaminated water so technically that made the baby Mary the Queen of Scotland at only six days old practically though a six day old child cannot rule a kingdom that meant to things i. Mary was sent off to be raised by others until she was ready to take place on the throne second it meant the throne of Scotland was simultaneously controlled by regions while also being ripe for other countries to try to take control in particular both France and England wanted to take control of that thrown in Scotland the French were much closer no sir to gaining that control because well. Mary Stewart's mother was French. She was married of gay and was the second wife of King James V. so that's why just like in the movie that opening paragraph of tax after her father's death. Mary was sent as an infant to France. rant but that didn't stop England from trying to gain control King Henry the eighth of England proposed a treaty that would give England power over Scotland and once Mary took over the Treaty of Greenwich was signed on July First fifteen forty three when Mary was just six months old the treaty basically Basically said that when Mary turned ten she would move to England and Mary King Henry the Eighth Son Edward. That would obviously give Mary a very England friendly upbringing during her formative years but that never ended up happening one of these Scottish cardinals in power at the time was named David Beaten. It was Cardinal Beaton who is trying to push a French alliance with Scotland. This was in no small part because France was a Catholic nation Listen while King Henry the eighth separated the Church of England from the Catholic Church in fifteen forty three. If you WANNA learn more about that story from a different perspective check out the episode of based on a true story covering the movie the other Boleyn girl so King Henry the eighth was not a fan of Cardinal Beaton plan Ryan to boost Scottish and French relations included in those plans was Mary's coronation which took place on September ninth fifteen forty three at the Castle in Stirling Scotland Henry tried to stop beaten plan and as part of that some of Henry's men arrested some Scottish merchants bound for France that arrest and I'm sure plenty of persuasion from Cardinal Beaton was enough for the Scottish region at the time Jane's Hamilton the second earl of Erin to side with beaten and convert to Catholicism soon after in December of fifteen forty three the Scottish parliament rejected the Treaty of Greenwich Maria's fate was changed yet again and she wasn't even one year old yet. This gives you an idea of just how chaotic Mary's life would end up being a few years later in with the treaty between Scotland and England out of the picture King Henry the second of France took advantage Antigen the opportunity and made a proposal of his own. That's how Mary now five years old was sent back to France as she was promised to the heir to the throne in France a three year old boy named Francis on April Fourth Fifteen fifty eight. Mary signed an agreement that as queen of Scots Scotland would become a part of France if she died without any heirs that agreement also included a clause that would hand over her claim to the throne Throne of England to the French under the same conditions that Mary herself didn't have a legitimate heir to hand it off to then a few weeks later on April twenty fourth. Mary was married to Francis the following year in fifteen fifty nine King Henry. The second of France died unexpectedly that made Mary's husband King Francis the second of France just like the movie says though that marriage did not last long Francis was not in good health and died on December fifth fifteen sixty meanwhile over in England. Something else happened that only <music> added to the complications of an already complex landscape of royalty in Europe just a few months after Mary signed the agreement to bequeath Scotland at that her claim to the English crown to France if she didn't have any errors that came into play you see King Henry Eights eldest daughter Queen Mary the I of England and died in November fifteen fifty eight and the crown passed to her sister Queen Elizabeth the I of England. Do you WANNA learn more about that. that happening in England. We covered that in more depth on the two parter about the two movies. Elizabeth and Elizabeth the Golden Age that complicated matters because you see Mary Stuart was also related to King Henry the eighth of England. Her father's grandmother was Margaret Tudor who was King Henry the eighth sister that made Mary Stuart the Grand Niece of King Henry of England in fifteen forty three Three when King Henry the eighth died the parliament of England past the Third Succession Act and that placed Henry's daughters. Mary and Elizabeth in the Line of of succession by the way. That's a different Mary. Not Mary Stuart News so many Mary's back then after Queen Mary the I of England and again that's not Mary. Stuart died in November. Fifteen fifty eight the question of who would sit on the throne of England was not something thing that everyone agreed on a big reason for this was because of their parents even though both of Henry Eights daughters were well his daughters daughters. They did not have the same mother Queen Mary. The first was the daughter of Henry's first wife Catherine of Aragon Elizabeth on the other hand was the daughter of King Henry the eighth and and Berlin and if you listen to be based on a true story episode about the other Boleyn girl then you'll know oh all about how King Henry the eighth tried to get the Catholic church to annul his marriage to Catherine in a series of events that would eventually cause the church of England to split split from the Catholic Church as such a lot of the Catholics didn't believe that Elizabeth was a legitimate child and should not be an heir to the throne of England and you guessed it that was Mary Stuart. None of this was helped by the fact that King Henry himself had specifically put something in his last will testament to say that no member of the Stuart Household shall take the throne of England that complicated matters even more than the end. You're left with with essentially two sides people trying to figure out this complexity and there are people who believe that Elizabeth had a legitimate right to the throne of England and other people who believe that Mary Stewart had a legitimate right to the throne of to be fair. I did say it was complicated meal for you to jump back to the beginning of the episode and listen again to unravel everything if you need to but for now let's head back to the movies. Mrs Giving us a peek into what's going to happen as we see. Mary walked to the room where she's to be executed but we don't see a lot of details in the scene in fact the and Scotland's. She's greeted by a man who find out is her half brother James. He's.
What Is the Mandela Effect?
"Countless humans have watched the Star Wars movies. And most of them will tell you that the bumbling droid named see three PO is gold all over. But did you know that C three PO actually has won silver leg? And what's that immortal line? Darth Vader utters in the movie The Empire Strikes back. It's not Luke. I am your father. He actually says no, I am your father, a both of these are pop culture examples of what's called the Mandela effect which are false memories. Shared among a large population of people a collective miss remembering of sorts, the phrase was coined around two thousand nine by self-described paranormal consultant view on a broom who used it to explain the phenomenon where many people around the world believed that the South African leader Nelson. Mandela died in prison in the nineteen eighties. But he was released in nineteen ninety later served as president of the country and died in two thousand thirteen at the age of ninety five brooms theory is that at all. All times there are multiple realities of each universe. Sometimes called the multi-diverse and that within each universe. There are variations or iterations of objects people end events. So according to this theory memories of these. Incorrect shared moments are not really false. They're just instances where parallel universes crossed paths for an instant the multi theory is also applied to various concepts in physics and Spiderman. A science has other explanations for how the men della effect happens much of it boils down to the fact that human memory is notoriously unreliable in this hour age of digital technologies. We often equate our brains with computer, hard drives. As though our experiences are typed up in filed away in our own organic storage. However, our prefrontal cortex sees where many memories are stored don't work with the same precision as a hard drive. We spoke by Email with Caitlyn a moat a UCLA PHD candidate in neuro science. She says that based on what we know about the brain. We can make inferences about what contributes to the Mandela affect quote memories are organized in the brain. So that similar memories are stored in nearby neurons when a memory is recalled those cells are able to change their connections, which allows for the addition of new information, but because neurons that fire together wire together sometimes false memories can emerge from aronie is connections. Well, we might think of recalling memories as solidifying them in our brains science seems to suggest otherwise recalling a memory often triggers. Other memories in the process, often intertwining various scenarios and people in new ways a sort of reconsolidating of the information in our brains. Human beings are also vulnerable to the concept of confabulation, which is an error or misinterpretation regarding a memory without a conscious attempt to mislead ourselves or others confabulation occurs. When the brain is attempting to fill in the blanks for incomplete memories. A speaker may mix and match similar experiences and information in order to complete a story in their mind complete with details and emotional responses. Certain that the tail is true. This kind of behavior happens more frequently and people coping with neurological issues such as brain damage or Alzheimer's, but healthy individuals confabulation too. Okay. So that might explain how one person misremembered something, but why would lots of people misremembered. Remember the same fax a moat points to twenty sixteen psychology. Studies showing that eighty eight percent of people in an online survey incorrectly. Picked Alexander Hamilton as a US president from a list of possible candidates, Hilton's recognition rate was much higher than that of some actual presidents like Franklin Pierce and Chester. Arthur Hamilton was actually the first secretary of treasury. But since he's associated with many early US presidents and has a hit Broadway show with his name in the title one or many could be forgiven for mistaking him for a former commander in chief. A moat also notes the power of suggestion. She said suggest ability is the tendency to believe what others suggest to be true. This is why lawyers are prohibited from asking witnesses leading questions at suggest a specific answer. These days. There's also the viral power of the internet and its ability to magnify human error suggest ability and gullibility just for example, if one person should Pacific sleep claimed the actor Sinbad start in a nineties movie about a genie called ZIM and could pro- off her plot. Details that strike a chord with other readers? This could generate a false narrative that many people might believe to be true or even claimed her member themselves in actuality, the actor in the nineties movie about genie was Shaquille O'Neal, and the film was called Kazan. Experiments continually demonstrate just how flawed human memory can be in one test about thirty percent of subjects confirmed. They had viewed video footage of United flight ninety three which crashed as part of these timber eleventh terrorist attacks, no such footage exists. Even twenty percent of people with highly superior autobiographical memory that is incredibly accurate memories reported viewing the nonexistent video and outside of the lab examples of the Mandela affect are pretty common are the popular cartoon bears called the baron Steen bears or the baron stain bears. It's the latter. Something that shocks many people who remember reading these books as children and do you remember a famous portrait of England's king? Henry the eighth grasping Turkey leg. The so do a lot of other people, but it never
"king henry" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Quote, congrats to my Heisman Trophy, brother. King Henry on time. The ninety nine yard record tonight that stiff arm rumble young man rumble, which leads to the question is that the greatest run you've ever seen. We'll start with myself. Boy had me on YouTube. I'll tell you that let me go back because I was like let me live for this one. Okay. Then I you go to of course, one of the best running backs ever, Barry Sanders. All right. Let me look do all berries runs. You start looking like Whoo. No. Like, very was making amazing moves book. It wasn't bullyboy like that that was daily ball. And then I was like all right. Let me go. Let me look at e d e gonna be on the show in looking at him. He gonna do his own. Then I'll sit forgot. There was one that was committed committed like this is an assault of stakes were higher playoff game, and it caused an earthquake is the bee's mode right here. And I went on YouTube, and I realized oh ain't none mess with this can't Justice all these business decisions. And somebody's just waiting decisions like you should squad. It more their long bitch press get out of here in the club. Oh my God. Did he got up and look at that business decision? No one's bringing them down. And this how you ended up play right here. Hey. Stay up. All right there. So to me be smo still reigns. Supreme. And you mentioned that run is funny because that to me is probably one of the best runs I've ever seen to in person. But I mean, just going back man, I think like Earl Campbell some of those runs and and Earl Campbell ran over Isaiah Robertson. That Robinson was my favorite. I mean, it's so many guys that you can put in front of this run by by Henry, and yes, it was one of the longest being ninety nine yards. But it just wasn't that impressive of a ruin. It was it was a nice run. Well, and it was almost like those dues didn't want to touch him. And I mean, he's a big, dude. I mean, let's be real. He looks like a defensive in. So I can see why no one would wanna hit him. But the weren't itself wasn't. Well, it just didn't do it for me. Yeah. He threw he threw a little off. It didn't look like he wanted. No parts of them. Anyway, that linebacker kinda lost his footing. Deangelis linebacker tried to grab him and sit Butler. He just. The was on his team. This. They don't I mean. Just doesn't look like guys don't wanna hit him as opposed to how great run there. Though, only like dues was trying to take his head off. And you felt that you saw or. Looking to run. I'm like, I'm like you want to get out to you don't want get back to you understand. Okay. The defense the deepest was scared. I mean, I got but with my run on. I can I get mine on. I watched your whole career. I don't remember we go right ahead. Here we go all races. Somebody knows somebody holding. Degree degree. Oh. Whereabout leaving running them down Greenwood, but that didn't kiss. That's. Whole career, man. Don't pay him. No. Your hate it ever tackle. Got really gang. I gotta to that's a sweet run that isn't bad drug that man when you know, your favorite players. That's what pop Warner room. Faster than everybody. Nobody wanted. Look at the cut inside. You've got the ones took one cut quick. Look, look, here's what. All right hand, some of the greatest vision in NFL. Would last. Visit never broken tackle. But..
"king henry" Discussed on KTRH
"Houston. Sounds good everywhere. Okay. Google play KTAR H and iheartradio. Steve Bannon stays with us who murdered FDR before we go into the the phone calls dip into the lines. Let me ask you about this concoction. That's. Roosevelt was drinking while he was at warm springs, Georgia. Who was preparing that form? Do we know? Rumor has it. That Docker is cardiologists in Georgia Docker Docker pollen was doing that. I don't know if that's true or not. I couldn't find anything. Back everything I write office is best neighborhood in outside of hearsay. I couldn't find anything through that same thing with the rumor that has his body tournament seriously black after death. I couldn't I just couldn't find anything to substantiate that claim, but you know, what nothing surprised me the history of poisoning of opposition leaders is absolutely incredible. We haven't even talked about this yet. It was it's been used as a legitimate weapon since three thirty one BC. I got everyone from rescued into the apostle John in the bible has been poison and political poisonings hit their peak right around the renaissance Italian Renaissance around the fourteenth century, and even today food tasters are used to circumnavigate that, you know, every here's some people who have actually tried to poison other people throughout history. It sounds outlandish that our president can be poisonous way. But it's it's actually kind of thing the emperor Claudius Napoleon, Mark Anthony patra Queen Elizabeth king. Henry the eighth ABRAHAM LINCOLN. These people all were so worried about poisoning yell had foods Astor's. They were a little bit more sophisticated about this. We actually have in America, we have the presidential food safety team. And there's this set up a security zone. For the first family can eat without complication in concocted of food screeners and people who watch people prepare the food. And if you get outside of that the White House is on even the air in the White House is filtered. I mean, that's quite as right, right? So outside of that if you travel you will go go back to having food testers, and they've used everything for military prisoners to monkeys two dogs to taste the food both Presidents Bush Clinton Reagan and even President Obama when they were travelling were using the same site. So this is this is a legitimate right in nineteen Ninety-three turkeys. As president was poisoned at the Bulgarian embassy when he drank lemonade. At a reception. Right, right. This is a this is for real thing here. World War Two is concerned. How they tried to get rid of each other. There were forty two attempts on Hitler's life from nineteen thirty three to nineteen forty four and even Erwin Rommel. They knew Hitler was crazy Erwin Rommel, the desert, FOX, the great infantry genius. He started a coup from inside inside Germany to assassinate Hitler and on July. Twentieth. Nineteen forty four. It was discovered. His his communication was discovered with other people inside of Germany, and they took him from his house and forced to buy a new assign capsule. So they were trying to poison and assassinate people back and forth. Probably the most hilarious of this. Winston Churchill my eighth. Cousin Winston Churchill like I knew the guy. You know? You're like this. Right. So you know, they try to get each other back and forth. Multiple times. Hitler was going after us. So fiercely had operation long jump where he tried to assassinate Churchill FDR and Stalin during a Theron conference, but possibly the most has the most hysterical of all of these is a page right out of Maxwell smart is the Nazis were very good bombmakers. And they knew the Nazis had everybody had spies everywhere. And every in every government in us to okay, we're not all that special. We have spies too. So. Churchill they discovered like chocolate. It was a portly fellow like fine chocolates. So what they did is they crafted the Germans being crafted a bomb. To make it look like a chocolate bar. And the it was a bomb, and it was made with thick rich dark chocolate. And it was, you know, lovling lovingly prepare wrapped with gold, and it was Peter's chocolate, and it was placed by one of their operatives who was in Britain on one of the trays along with other luxury items to be taken into the the work habit. And what they were trying to do is. They were trying to blow Winston Churchill's head off with an exploding chocolate bar. You can't make this up, Richard. You just can't do it. You know? So I mean, they went back and forth..
"king henry" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"One of our listeners Bill who is author John Grisham playing for courtly bond of Saint Louis, Missouri. Here's the first question. John old times men's underwear was extremely valuable and prize by the wealthy and powerful. How do we know this a king Henry? The second of England had Royal supplier of unmentionable 's be king tot was buried with one hundred forty, five pairs in his tomb or see Peter. The great of Russia invaded the Crimea just to capture a particular Taylor who made underwear. Wow. See actually was actually be king Tut was. Hundred and forty five Royal along cloths because you know, if you go into the underworld, you wanna need support. Next question according to a nineteen thirty-three issue of the trade journal menswear Ammann's underwear should be what a quote should be like a Fort Knox for the bits. Be quote should have the grace of Apollo the romance of Byron, the distinction of Lord Chesterfield in the ease coolness and comfort of Mahatma Gandhi. Or see quote, should let him know that whether he stagger falter or fail, at least he will not wiggle. Great. While I'm supposed to respond. I can ask for help. You can do whatever the hell. I want. I want see. No kidding. Spots. So sorry, John Grisham. Not your fault. It's most fall. We have one more for you g. q. magazine comment. What what are we playing for here playing for if you were to somehow win. Only prize, which is the voice of any of us that listener might want on their voicemail. That's it. Yes. Like jeopardy or wheel of fortune with cars and cash. This is public radio voice span. Okay. Give you the latte..
"king henry" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"A peg or I don't know. So in king Henry, the eight's pleasure palace. Hampton court. There's no escaping class divisions. Which reminds me the the lady scientists who was part of putting out those fake news fake research papers had a conversation with a socialist newspaper that I found very interesting. She is way laughed way left. But thought the grievance sciences pushed in universities are out of their minds. It's fake. It's not real science. It's it's entirely emotional. And she's like, a socialist. So I salute her a willingness to take on quote unquote, her own side when you're a series. It is dishonest fear a series researcher. Whether you're a communist, or whatever you are you don't like fake research. Right, right. Even if perpetrated by people you tend to agree with. But back to the much important much more important topic of king Henry the eighth. Groom of the stool. Who even sleep boy looks down upon? The king, of course, had a luxurious place to squat. This is from the fabulous folks at mental floss one of my favorite publications now websites ever. According to the Hampton Court palace website. He and other royals sat atop a padded chair covered in sheepskin black velvet ribbons lofted above a pewter chamber pot. Would it be a little hard to clean, especially with the cleaning equipment of back in the day? Black velvety feel mighty nice on your hiney though. There's no denying. Oh, wow. That's gross. It was the seat. It wasn't the interior toilet gross. What? The toilet was private located in the so-called stool room that has a that was attended by high ranking courtier known as the groom of the stool gimme a year on Henry the eighth. What is he he says middle fifteen hundred? Okay. I happen to have that in front of me. That's what I was gonna guess, you're you're you're very very, no, no, no modern conveniences of any right in spite of the Roman empire and the empire having very advanced plumbing that sort of thing it was lost to us. Because sometimes humankind goes backwards. Anyway, the the the growth of the story was considered a well respected gig. It was high up in the hierarchy apparently the groom would even take notes on the sovereign's movements in fifteen thirty nine Henry the eighth. Groom showed a flair for you from him by writing that the king had taken laxatives and experienced quote, a very fair siege. More than I need to hear. That's all sent along by Mark the artichoke farmer. Well, he's in day digging. The dirt foreman, artichokes, he doesn't have time for a year suburban squeamishness radio boy aids. These he understands the realities of life, maybe I was home with an illness. Where I felt like I was going to vomit which continues into today that the story seems a little unpleasant sorry to hear that. I don't have a velvet either to my stomach. Yesterday..
King Henry VIII Composed His Own Music
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"king henry" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"The eagle feather which has long been considered sacred and many native american tribes in the artistry of some of these other pieces casts are feather work is really truly incredible one of the pieces there was nearly half of a million individual feathers that were collected from an estimated eighty thousand mammo birds which were used to create a golden cloak worn by king command may or the first he was the first ruler of the kingdom of hawaii in many of these cultures the birds were actually considered sacred thus they were not killed for their plumage their feathers were acquired by either plucking or picking them up off the ground after they were multiple one article i read actually that i found interesting said quote feathers are were fashion begin so decorative plumage had been popular in the european headwear since at least the time of the crusades when soldiers returned from war wearing heron feathers in their hats and it was during the same period that women use the feathers to adorn jeweled clasps and headdresses by the sixteenth century feathers were an almost ubiquitous addition to the headwear of upper classmen but none more so grant is those warned by king henry v eight oh henry oh henry once sported feathers from quote some indian bird and quote the reportedly four and a half feet in length i like how he doesn't know what the bird's name is just some indian bird yeah so rare invaluable feathers were a natural addition to the ultra luxury wardrobe of a king known for his penchant for fashion so perhaps more than any other ruler before him henry the eighth recognize the inherent power of clothing and he really used it as a visual signifier of wealth in class so to do so he enacted not one but four separate pieces of some sherry legislation known as acts of apparel during his reign and we do promise at some point in the future that we will do a specific episode dedicated to the history of some sherry laws because they're so fascinating asked any it's all about control yeah but.
"king henry" Discussed on FoodStuff
"Gradually oh well off french and italian start to add garlic to their cuisine some things i came across adjusted that in the late sixteen th century king henry the fourth was baptized in garlic water to grant him protection from both disease an evil spirits okay i read another fund maybe not true thing that a thousand folks at marseille use garlic against the spread of an epidemic plague a supposedly french gravediggers drank wine with crushed garlic added with the idea that it would ward off the plague and corpses in this time worst sometimes embalmed with it or they put it clubs in their mouths and noses in ears not the corpses but you know yet people do have human palming uh to give evil spirits vampires unlike away in america amelia simmons frequently mentioned on this podcast seventeen 96 cookbook american cookery have this to say about the subject garlichs the used by the french are better adapted to the uses of medicine than cookery home so we weren't onboard yet now speaking of the french alexandre dumas wrote in the 1800s provincial cooking is based on garlic the aaron provence is impregnated with the aroma of garlic which makes it very helpful to brie and i read a lot of places that it was very is regional yes it's regionally popular in france in italy but not but not widespread riot louis pasteur noted that garlic was an extremely effective bacteria killer in eating fifty eight john guns eighteen 78 home book of health prescribe garlic for infections as a diabetic for asthma inches generally for good health and as we move into the 20th century we see garlic used to treat typhoid fever cholera and diptheria in 1918 they rue that same year in france it was used to treat spanish fever enduring the 19th seventeen eighteen flu epidemic in the us people going out would where garlic necklaces hall how can imagine that happening today rant.
"king henry" Discussed on FoodStuff
"As the different time different different era well after that inventory documents and wills show that the fork slowly spread through europe in the case of wills largely suck at forks used for eating candied syrupy fruit still middle age folks were generally eight office stale rounds of bread called chinchar sorta scooping yeah yeah in the fourteen hundreds for exterted appearing in italian cookbooks which brings us to our second marriage and wedding of the episode that the second wedding scandal i know two wedding scandals in one episode in her fifteen 33 wedding to king henry the second catherine dimity she brought with her silver fork someone gold and silver from italy to france there was much laughter as members of the court got food all over them cells in their attempts to use this new fangled eating device half domenici was a trendsetter an all things italian were fashionable thanks to the renaissance catherine went on a tour of sorts during the fifteenth 60s appearing at huge public festivals to demonstrate the monarchy's power wearing onlookers would watch a she eight with forecs home two types of works were in the norm at the time hefty two pronged things used mainly for meat and smelting team ones used for desserts but there was still resistant suffolk resistance yes still going strong in sixty no five and allegorical novel about henry the thursday courtiers pinned anonymously featured an island inhabited by these over the top hermaphrodites that eight with four x how them in an offensive know how we will not caring that they were billing more food than they were consuming in their exit hough just deplorable during the time of henry the third force were still used mostly by the well off who would travel with these fan.
"king henry" Discussed on WWL
"Life independent of the lord we live in a time when the person's considered sophisticated if he or she ignores the savior during lefts that this main crossen empty grave we're surrounded by supposedly wise men who encourage us to disregard seen guilt and their consequences those are the latest opinions but truth in the most recent public opinion polls are not the same if the world tells you that you are okay just the way you are down deep inside here's the nagging voice which says it is and so if you spend your days trying to convince yourself that heaven will be yours without the senior in because you're good enough you were wrong terribly tragically terminally wrong it is by god's grace not ourselves that we are saved and the my friends is the truth jesus was crystal clear when he shared that he is the way and no men comes to the father but by him the public opinion polls me encourage you to refuse to believe that truth but jesus remains the only way the only possibility for salvation god is made jesus blood that we should on the cross of calvary is the only means whereby you can be for you wouldn't have sin and it is the righteousness of christ that must be applied to you if you desire to be in heaven fraternity my friends before i finish i'd like to read a list of names some of them will be familiar to you most or not here's the list aaron burr chose pinkney dewitt clinton rufus king henry clay william crawford lewis case linfield scott john freeman john build breckenridge stephen douglas george mcclellan ratio seymour horace greely samuel tilden winfield scutt hankuk james blaine james weaver william jennings bryan in no my question is would of those names have in common will number of things all of these men were presidential candidates in the 1800s all of them were nominated by an enduring party all of them were told they could win that they put win in all of them.
"king henry" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You are living your life independent of the lord we live in a time when a person is considered sophisticated if he or she ignores the savior and left sit this manger croston empty grave we're surrounded by supposedly wise men who courier just to disregard seeing guilt in their consequences those are the latest opinions but truth in the most recent public opinion polls are not the same if the world tells you that you are okay just the way you are down deep inside here's the nagging voice which says it is and so if you spend your dis trying to convince yourself that heaven will be yours without the senior in because you were good enough you are wrong terribly tragically terminally wrong it is by god's grace not ourselves that we are saved and that might friends is the truth jesus was crystal clear when he shared that he is the way and no men comes to the father but by him the public opinion polls may encourage you to refused to believe that truth but jesus remains the only way the only possibility for salvation god is made jesus blood that we should on the cross of calvary is the only means whereby you can be for you would have seen any ease the righteousness of christ that must be applied to you if you desire to be in heaven fraternity my friends before i finish i'd like to read a list of names some of them will be familiar to you most or not here's the list aaron burr charles pink name dewitt clinton rufus king henry clay william crawford lewis case linfield scott john freeman john belgian breckenridge stephen douglas church mcclellan ratio seymour horace greely samuel tilden winfield scott hancock james blaine james weaver william jennings bryan in no my question is whether those named him in common with a number of things all of these men were presidential candidates in the.
"king henry" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"There is a passage in his not only do describe the flanders uh eclipse but there seems to be a pattern in its profit season is a pro's trough the letter he wrote to king henry ii of france at the time that that indicate he i thought a great eclipse would be a precursor of an advent of uh reversals of nation minding kingdoms um a kind of a stop of ford motion of of destiny um in short great upheaval in in anticipation of a new era you know it whenever great epochs and the old is destroyed and the new rises out we're definitely mean twenty twelve with just one of many reboots and prophetic traditions of great time cycles that are happening all through our lifetimes at this time um there's a crowd of them and so so the old is passing by passing away for the new the new era to come and there will be upheavals with old tradition and and literally upheavals of earth and sunam ace because it's all inter connected what about people john wall they act weird during the eclipse over a period of time when my other acting weird now well there's no reason for that george um and both of them uh one real is is the superstitions that a lot of people have to wards eclipses especially i learned this from living in india that a number of people will not come out in watching eclipse they will they will stay in their homes the the the pregnant women will stay away from the rays of the shadow um they believe that some cosmic forces are released that that people should not be under now uh with every superstition there's some colonel of truth so certainly that was my lead into looking at will is there some kind of force that we have as of yet do not understand that might have something to do with all with this and so i that's what set me on my search to understand what eclipse is actually do now to the other point thought the the what i call the unconsciousness that can be heeded by eclipses in my book i talk about how it's not just seismic issues that also upheaval not saddam has also talked about upheavals not just simply being of earth but also being political military uh social religious so and since things are interconnected i mean i can tell you that even those in india when it happened.