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"winthrop winthrop" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Tea and I should green tea helps the immune system recognize viruses in general and that's a good thing right now you want to do you're going to two or three times a day so green tea is something you can do we have to green tea on special the help immune system recognizes viruses in general I happen to do green tea every day I'll tell you why in a second lingering to catch the risk of developing plaque in the arteries and heart disease I'm suffering with a heart attack or stroke there's a lot of good evidence for this but green tea also Koch Pollock brisk and I'm gonna tell you about one specific study was fake it was a very interesting study very credible study people who develop polyps in the colon always develop additional Polish these things don't happen in a vacuum so they took a large number of people I forgot how many maybe it was a hundred who develop polyps to head the polyps removed you know they had a colonoscopy to remove the polyps cause colon cancer generally comes from Apollo politicians should walk its growth they can convert over colon cancer but it takes time for that to happen political apology like them to call for a colonoscopy every two years show all whole bunch of people who develop polyps half and then they put on green tea capsules twice a day the other half they didn't green tea only prevented additional polyps from growing strongly what is evidence that green tea prevents colon cancer well that's good I like that but there is good evidence will show that it prevents prostate cancer and that's why I take green tea every day there's heart attacks in my family I know green tea culture risk of heart attacks because we don't because these people had a heart attack years ago before we knew all the stuff we know today that triggered a heart attack well I don't know what caused my father to have a heart attack I don't know what clothes where the brother to have an older brother died of a heart attack I don't know Greentree cuts risk of heart attack that's good for me I'd rather not have one but the other thing is green to cut risk of prostate cancer pretty strongly pretty strongly they did a study through Winthrop Memorial Hospital over here Anna Mineola went for a more real is an excellent hospital they've been studying coronavirus that been studying viruses in general they do a lot of great research and they did a study on on a swollen prostate over there our doctor catch very famous urologist I think his practice as in Garden City or somewhere around Garden City but he works over at Winthrop Winthrop armorial overturn Mineola and when he gave people a green tea capsule I don't know if he used mine but it sounded like it was exactly the same as mine which surprised me it was like the exact same make up his mind how to save Medicare to concerts several and help put prostate symptoms these guys have been getting up to go to the bathroom a bunch of time tonight because of the swollen prostate they weren't getting up at night but what I'm more interested in as well to studies on green tea and prostate cancer does a lot of at LSU Louisiana State University well known for their football and that UCLA David Geffen school of medicine there were actually helping treat prostate cancer patients will green team and both studies of these guys were going to have their prostates removed within the following month to get rid of their prostate cancer so they put half in Amman green to the other half they didn't and it was a two separate places two separate times not the same study one study at LSU one study at UCLA in California in both studies the pathologist said the green tea was taking away to mo Jo of the colon cancer of the prostate cancer the green tea was taking away to Moshe order prostate cancer of the prostate cancer was weakening prostate cancer cells were dying it was preventing prostate cancer from evolving into something dangerous and life threatening this very good stuff understudies out of Italy and men at high risk of prostate cancer and men at high risk for prostate cancer when they gave them the green tea capsules at strongly cut back on the number of men who develop prostate cancer and the first RD these men had hi great ten panels prosthetic intraepithelial neoplasia cells in the prostate or changing their mutating they're becoming bad they're going in a better direction when I gave him a green tea capsule only three percent of all prostate cancer but on placebo thirty percent of all prostate cancer within one year trump really meant something honest to studies like that so I'm doing a green tea capsule every day to prevent prostate cancer but I also know that lowers my risk of stroke my.
"winthrop winthrop" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"They have a statue of Daniel Jones? Outside of Duke Stadium. They need one call me. We were just talking statues because Kobe tweet about Baker Mayfield and how everyone from Oklahoma. Who WINS A heisman? Trophy gets a statue and we did the math or like I'm a guy that means. Sam Bradford has a statue so we of course went over and Yeah tweeted out the photo Sam Bradford Statue and really all the statues are taken down in the south you gotta take down the Bradford Statue. What does actually take down? Sam Bradford best part is. He doesn't have the helmet on no. Because that's true same brad profession. He doesn't wear a helmet very often. Because that would imply you're in a game doing something to help your team win. And it's just it's just that something so in honor of him of US realize he has a statue. Sam Bradford is a fucking franchise quarterback the best of luck to you. Sam even know it's not going to be eliminated in the bites bracket contests any other thoughts on the ACC. Well I wanted to talk to Kobe a little bit because it does like the ACC. Here's what I do I have had. It has been fun watching the the new Sean. And the new lots of Sports Sean yet and keeping up with all. He's not even GonNa have to Cram for college basketball. This year's been paying attention. It does feel like this is going to be a year with the. Acc IS GONNA have a couple of those eleven or twelve playing seeds and you know Hughes. Well what a Syracuse have to do to get a play because I love them and that eleven. I foresee wall and don't forget like a team win the tournament to even get the plane eleven. So that's probably stop. Clemson is another fun there's all sorts of like camaraderie stories around. Move Away from their home stadium though but if one of these teams like does one of these teams have that opportunity to get randomly. Get to the sweet sixteen it because the Yolk really I would say stay was the one I was going to throw out there. They've done it before. It just feels like this is going to be one of those years wolf pack lettuce pedigree and there's going to be a lot of that. Acc down storyline anyway. Yeah now you guys do realize not to switch topics go back to our first one. I hit the lock of Colgate and M my dog. If you think you didn't hit anything what did you hit American. We were seeing Yego state. We the team I was on colgate. Morts huge surprise the horrors of what I who ended up winning that conference winthrop winthrop. Okay perhaps winthrop. They must have some sort of has your northern Iowa looking. Oh my dog hit dude. Wow you can't talk shit when my dog? Braley hit for seven HUNDRED UNAWARES. Actually plus eight hundred. You can see right now. There we go shooters shoot. No I in team with Kobe. No iron teams. The ethnic fever. Didn't treat you. It didn't cover either twelve and a half a stupid. I am holding eighty nine to one. Roughneck defenders takes two one at this point. Just let's hope they get to a championship. Let's let's hope in the first place. They did pay.
"winthrop winthrop" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"Still like you see his eye twitching uses Kramer head over the Atlantic Sun. Walk US through the conference. So you're GonNa make me do that. Okay Cool Atlantic Sun I learned this is being played in. Fort Myers Florida. How far is that from your rental property? Close enough why you want to go check it out you can hang out mom and POPs mom and POPs real money. Grabber quick sidebar. I think the xfl battle hawks are in the running for a possible road trip destination. I mean we should fans are jumping through flaming table. They got thirty thousand people in the dome. You see the shirts Kokos. Yeah I mean it sounds like an awesome game day experience. So we'll say put that as a possibility. They've had what they've got to. Now you can see. They can maintain the whole season. Maybe when roughneck fever comes to town now that is something I can get involved. That's a matchup. Hopefully it's safe to travel at that point but this this This alantic tournament is being played in. Fort Myers Florida March third fifth and eighth the odds stacking up like we got a chalky favorite liberty minus three fifty. I know that they are in the top seventy for Kemp so there are a real team nor North Florida. Plus Four Twenty Lips. Come plus twenty two hundred. We've had. We've heard of them before I wanted to make sure. I'm David North Alabama and Jacksonville. Fifty to one Stetson one hundred to one engine. Njit one twenty five to one and article. John Coast Universe. One hundred fifty to one what what happened there. Joe Dooley Went East Carolina. It'd be the head coach. Put these teams together. We'll liberty actually football and basketball is something to watch. They've been quickly jumping up conferences. They seem out cloudy tons of money. Jerry Falwell so I expect liberty to be like in the sun better conference a pretty soon. I just this is a strange collection of teams liberty again. My Kim palm data highly recommended not not not getting paid to say this sean again. I'm GONNA get an email from you after the show but if you're betting on college basketball lots of data over their highly recommended very cheap paywall pay for it You'RE WELCOME LIBERTY. Twenty seven and four the clear favourite but they are tied with North Florida. And Yeah I love the. I'm going big on the North Florida. Ospreys twenty-five barking dogs. No you aren't here's why do dare dominant offensively. Seventy eight point one points. A game lead the conference by a wide margin. They're also hitting threes. They're averaging twelve three points a game very consistent from the foul line seventy six and a half percent. Here's the thing it seems like. It's these two teams every other team. So that's exactly what it is. Well okay so they get to the finals. You're not going to be able to get four twenty five in the championship game. Three hundred to fifty. Sure about though yeah. Stetson did beat South Carolina this year. What is isn't that a hat company Cologne Stetson Cologne on. I'm going North Florida ospreys. I like the underdog aspect. I don't WanNa lay three fifty four conference tournament unless it's truly a sure thing and I don't. I don't see it here. Liberties value here. Liberty is legit north. Florida I still think pretender. I know they won once against liberty. But I just think liberty is the team to beat. They almost beat. Lsu At Lsu They got Caleb Helmsley. This dude was a study a couple of years ago when when when liberty made the tournament. I'm trying to tell you something about the conflict. Outdoor hats boots. This is some sort of lifestyle cowboy in Andrew Luck might be quite a bit of shopping. Dotcom it looks a lot like something boy Andrew. Look I mean I'm with Koby I think chalk for a reason I I know. Sometimes it's fun to take a long shot and one of these. This is not. This is not the conference to do that this year but North Florida's not crazy conference to do that at. Nfl aspirations are hitting their threes. Look out liberty runs a defensive minded team and that's but if you're hitting open shots you can say it's the flames hand down hot. The flames stay hot liberty will dictate the tempo. They are one of the slowest pace teams in the country. They might pay their players because Falwell's got endless money and he's he wasn't he linked to the Russia trump deal somehow athletic team teams down. There are coming out of nowhere. If you've ever been a ton of money behind these sports just got some breaking news to see the Youtube Chat Room. Matthew Hansen coming in with a nice. Let's go ospreys birds of trae talk so awesome totally in now. I'm actually look. I'm a one man. One Bird Man. What does that come on now? man. I thought you were GONNA say softballs on the TV. You guys bail. Yeah give me liberty all the way. They're the only real. They're the only real team here. North Florida's offense will get stifled by liberties defense and the tempo thought he was going to say as one bird is the tofurkey. Oh come on you walked into the Iran. Joe It's not a good job. Well that's what I sold the company act out all right. We DO ENOUGH. Atlantic Sonntag Sean. You're better than that. Let's move on to the big south. This is of course played at campus sites. Sean what does that mean well? Don't they're not cool enough to have a fancy neutral site stadium so they just use their home courts. This will be played on March Third Fifth Sixth and eighth we have Radford of course the horrors of Radford Return at plus one twenty the co-favorite with winthrop winthrop winthrop gardener. This is why Sean normally does the names. We get to make fun of him and not me. Gardner Webb plus seven hundred. We've I've heard that beating. Virginia Halftime Sixteen. Of course Longwood another place that has known to have whores plus six thousand Hampton also six thousand with Campbell. Unc Ashville and Sh- Charleston southern one hundred twenty two one USC that's gotTa be South Carolina upstate South Carolina up. I did copy and paste this from a source. I Did Not Valley South Carolina. Upstate is three hundred to one. And Jesus Christ in the one respite Syrian thousand one high point D fifty. Imagine setting the line on high point go. You know. We're not going to get enough action if we make it a thousand to one. What about twelve hundred one? Not Enough we need to make it fifteen hundred one points. Basketball Coach is has a national championship. No but I'm sure you're going to tell US Smith no Roe. Wow Wow what how the mighty have fallen I was GONNA say former says Alma Mater Golden Gopher. So what does he just doing some charity doing anywhere? Look I mean like the play here what you got to go you look. I hate to be going back to back but Radford is better than the rest. It's a home game for them. They won at northwestern in the big ten earlier this year. They beat the beating Richmond. Who's all right now on the bubble? Bradford's the best team out of the bunch here. They got I'm also all in Radford to getting all Southampton Road Products Carla Jones one of the best scores in college basketball. He gets twenty points a game. Five boards five assists seven five seven. Sean Yeah I mean. Handed has some athletes Travis Fields Donald Hicks second and third and scoring. You'RE GONNA Hampton. No no no they they. They're Southampton Road. They went to high school there. Okay third in scoring and I I mean Radford. Is the chalk play here? I'm riding him I mean again I think they will be able to dictate the tempo they play a very slow tempo and a conference filled with teams. That seem to like to ruin. If Radford's the highlanders I've been to BLACKSBURG. Why are you even putting those two citizens there like two miles apart from each other? Right very diffe. It Bradford's The highlanders Islamic Virginia Tech. The landers I don't know what you're trying to get at but I'll tell you what I'm gonna I'm Gonna. I'm GonNa tell you what I'm GonNa tell you right now. That is if this conference tournament is being played at campus sites and Radford is the what seed one the one seed so they'll host every game. Yeah well they will certainly deploy the horrors Radford and there's no getting out of Bradford without something weird I've never been to the city of Radford and not had a crazy experience with alcohol and and maybe even women legislature right definitely not. There's no sort of there. That's that's a full town on the table and beneath the table. Sean I am. I'm sticking with a second shock play here. Radford gets it done like you said they recruit from the fruitful seven five seven. I mean yeah. They got a lot of local kids. Great athletes go in triple Radford.
"winthrop winthrop" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Yeah and another time not completely shutting down. I mean that niners team had a good day back down I mean they also add the advantage of having. Yeah Yeah and so you're GONNA get into position here. Do you think the niners could possibly outscore them if they had to I and maybe they can. I mean Garoppolo I only through the ball eight times but look he's been steady Nama homes but he. He's not an issue back there he's not liability by any means but I mean when they traded for sanders sender's The offense got a little more dynamic. We actually have a couple of futures on on deebo Samuel on to an MVP game. I mean he's a rookie. He's been find Auden they're going to have to score points so you're right. I see this being a giant super bowl where the niners are able to hold the ball over forty one minutes in nineteen points. Yeah I mean the Otis Anderson in that game in that that offense was was really incredible and lots of times. You just need what you know. Essentially what Houston got early in that game which is a couple of dropped balls a couple of deflected balls you know in a couple of breaks to to just get them off the field. It's almost like you have to get a break to get that Kansas City team off the field. We're talking to exhibit. Eric is the vice president of Racing Sports Book Book for Hollywood Hollywood Casino in Charleston. All of The sports books in Casinos Embrace books That they own He did anybody decided. Curiosity did is there any sort of big decision on somebody playing an AFC NFC super bowl point spread a month ago. That has a huge aged vantage here. no no huge advantage. I on that I can tell you though there is a a. We have a pretty large network wide liability on the chiefs winning winning the Super Bowl In one of our properties and council Las Iowa that's Kinda chiefs country and they're all cheese fans there line at that point God I I mean the thing. Is it varied so much throughout the year because after mahomes got hurt they might have been twelve because I mean located kneecap and they were. They were taking on water there. I WANNA say eight to one was what a lot of the action is that And that was from a little bit earlier in the year two but I mean a lot of recreational final money. A lot of that's recreation put. You got a big play in council bluffs. That's hysterical. What what was San Francisco to start the year? I've I've no idea what they were. God I don't off the top of my head I mean if I had to guess would you put them in the US four thousand range. Yeah right I mean they would have I would think We don't have as you can imagine since they were plus four thousand. We don't have a lot of liability on them at all so Yeah there's nothing they're that's GONNA stand out. I don't talk about prompts props go ahead yeah no one interesting we had someone come in. I believe it was a nine hundred dollar bed on Shawn McCoy McCoy to score at least two touchdowns on Sunday At odds of eighty to one so I don't know if this person just doesn't like money or or what the He what Akkad last week or they. I don't think he was active. Oh you're saying for the you're saying for the championship game. Not The super bowl. Somebody came in and put that much on Leshan Makuwata scored where two touchdowns look out for the Super Bowl for the super bowl knowing that I believe in active for the last call right okay so it was for the Super Bowl Year. Will maybe this person knows that he's going to be active. I don't know it's not like they needed him no they don't they don't Williams pretty good. I mean they're pretty good. I I they score points It flows Shawn McCoy. lesean McCoy scoring two touchdowns I I would think the niners are in for an incredibly long day What's the most interesting prop bet on the aboard? I mean it could give me a couple that you think are going to really interests betters. You know it sounds again. It's the coin. Toss just has intrigued. Because of it's the coin toss and it's quick action and it's you know you're you're betting on somebody flipping a queen and it's it's You know I would have to spend across the network. We'll probably probably get five digit amount on just people that the coin toss recreational. It's it's Kinda Fun and then people gravitate towards it. That's crazy I would think a lot out of the mahomes numbers are going to be Heavily bad the over under an yardage touchdowns you know it's Cetera But anyway You know I I did want to ask you. So I'm I'm a big college basketball Better Erin I sit here and we just we. We look at the numbers every day Is College basketball heavily. We bet before March or not it is and as you can imagine with college basketball. The thing that makes it trickier there's so many options and An looked I mean. It's it's hard to sharpen lines on. You Know Dartmouth Plan Brown on Friday night and You know people who specialize specialize in those markets. So I do take money. It's really a lot of take a Lotta sharp putting in college basketball during the season Just because of that come March. We'll have more people in the book I around the tournament than we will on Sup. They next weekend. Yeah I mean that first weekend of the NCAA tournament being in a sportsbook. Let's put in Vegas was always quite the weekend for a lot of friends of mine and myself For many years in and I know you're you're sportsbook Hollywood casinos. If for those listening that haven't been up there. It is a great sports book. Great Place to watch Super Bowl great place to go up there to watch you know college hoops in the NBA. Over the the weekends you know in in in March in January February and certainly In March is well. You know it's interesting that you said that about college basketball that you know there are a lot of sharps sharps. I I think it's one of those things you see in college. hoops that that homecourt advantage and these conference games really. You Know How many times you get an unranked team. I'm at home getting a really short number against a ranked team you know coming in and the public gist is all over the ranked team. You know laying a short number. Think that thinking gene at Vegas is somehow aired in the point spread you know. Yeah exactly. It's true and I and I mean there's a lot of guys out there now on some pretty good systems and models for for for Obscure College Basketball Games and I mean when you don't get a volume of action on Games. I mean you know from these. You know the big South Conference or whatever is pick one randomly. I mean you. Don't get a large volume of action on those games. It's hard to know customer tendencies and when you when you finally kind of figured out. That's after someone's come in and and thrown a You know Nope twenty-five thousand playing over in the in the winthrop game I like looking at the walls. Like what the heck just happened What Oh you do when that happens when somebody comes in? Let's say tomorrow okay. And they've got the over in the you know In the in the winthrop winthrop Radford Game Gardner Webb Game. What do you do you? Do you have a limit on those games. It depends on the profile of the game. There's not really ah explicitly stated limit Frankly we usually take the money and we've done that and and our whole last year was still Nine percent despite US I was getting taken for all that money on the world series so the approaches were pretty. Well I mean we. Have you know good competence in our numbers. But I'm not saying there isn't a situation where we would limit a game based on just the overall profile of it but it's going to be a more obscure game versus a highly liquid market rocket. UNC Duke Game there is that built-in advantage called the vague which puts you in position to sure? Just take it ultimately. It'll work out but it is funny about college basketball and I can't tell you how many nights you know in in mid-january I've been sitting there and all the sudden there's like you know Tau Sin Against William and Mary and William and Mary's got undefeated in League play a and they're only laying on the road against like one of the worst teams in the contrarian in me has always said good God. I'm on Talisman for the limit and sometimes is it works. Sometimes it doesn't it. It's called gambling for a reason. There's no truth theory or system that really works consistently wouldn't that be your advice to anybody. That's trying to to delve into the world of gambling. For the first time I think the percentage of players who are truly sharp and over the long haul or winning players this is incredibly incredibly minute You can go on runs but you know people tend to regress to the mean and You know I'm not saying there aren't got our guys in our players who went over the along certainly are but Yeah there's no one-size-fits-all infallible system now. If any way if you if you've got one or knows someone who's Alan please let me know I will play it right away. I always enjoy talking to you. Thank you so much Erica appreciate it. We'll talk soon absolutely Kevin. Thanks for having me. I like Eric a lot. Good guest Really good information Big Sports Fan. Obviously and that's big responsibility when you're running a lot of different sports books but you know what Aaron. It's better to be on his side than on the side were on yes his side pretty much. Guaranteed lock to win I do think it's funny. You know that one of his biggest exposures right now is from their sportsbook in council. Bluffs Iowa Real quickly before we run for the day Big Games Sunday for Maryland At Indian I loved it. Indiana won that game last night Erin. And they've got sort of short turnaround before the game on Sunday. Marilyn's got all the rest Maryland. Never gone into Indiana and one. They've never been in Bloomington as a big ten member they one is an ACC member at Indiana at Assembly Hall of that. That's only two or three trips. I think for whatever reason they haven't visited any and all that off is it only two or three well. They've only this is only your five right in the league. Twenty fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen. Yeah right they're for. It was fourteen fifty. You're not in the big ten It's a big weekend for college basketball. I'm not going to watch the problem. Not even going to talk about the pro bowl but in the big ten alone tonight. Wisconsin at Purdue Tomorrow Illinois at Michigan and then Sunday Sunday Maryland and Indiana and Michigan State at Minnesota. And how about this. Ohio state was the number two team in the country a month and a half ago and right now they are reeling I mean they have lost six of their last seven games. They're not ranked anymore They have northwestern this this weekend on the road that is When I saw them in December Destroy Villanova November December Than Destroy Carolina? We we know what Carolina was. They destroyed Penn State. A Good Penn state team. I thought. Wow this team is so good defensively. They got a chance to win the whole thing and they're now twelve and seven seven to win six in Lee play Really Strange Year in college basketball for sure but That's a big weekend for college hoops this week..
"winthrop winthrop" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Our next guest. Spent nearly twenty years hosting getting the midday show at one or two point one the edge. She's been performing onstage in one form or another since she was a nine year old in the Toronto suburb burbot pickering. Today she hosts the popular morning. Show on Indie eighty-eight. She is a runner and avid supporter of a number of causes and charities locally Oh Kelly and as a huge inspiration to many women in TV and radio across the city and country. Please welcome to the show. Our two hundred guest west and mom of two adorable boys Josie. Di Hi beautiful thank you. He's good at that. Yeah that was really nice. I'll sit down greg so one of the things that we do like to do with Kareem. Were very patriotic right. Absolutely right we support our our Canadian teams and everything so we like to start off our podcast with the national anthem. And what we usually do we ask our guest I so I mean like come on. That'd be funny in two thousand and that's it it's over the next go. Hey wait for those this not inside baseball show so for those. Who Don't know you sang? Shang Yup do till stories your story. I sang the national anthem. Can you swear on your choice. Absolutely okay I did it for a television show. I fucked it up. I was probably of everybody. WHO's ever fucked up the anthem in the world? I think I was rated number two you behind Roseanne Barr. I sold the rights to this youtube. Well my actual video to funniest home videos one ten thousand dollars for it from there. I pivoted the worst thing that happened to me into a national radio show which across Canada from there I sold the trust. Trust that I did on the actual. Oh Canada on Ebay and I think I spring boarded probably one of the worst worst things to happen to me in to the best thing that happened to me. So if you ever get a chance to fuck up or Canada yes do it. Ten thousand dollars. I ten thousand per Erik. I actually got to almost sixty thousand dollars from US come on ESPN so ESPN financial home videos. This is I do believe owned by the same company so they aired it a lot and then they had to pay me royalties so great. That's a good deal. I know here I thought that would just give me some quick little bit to make a move on and actually did a Ted talk about it and I've been talking a lot about it and people everywhere I've really interested in and how what what what happened. And how you get from that kind of a situation and move on from it because it's really horrible to go through something like that. Ah The the humiliation is just horrible. People think they're always prepared for something but they're never prepared for that kind of humiliation. I I can't imagine what it'd be like to be a celebrity and you know have something in the media occur dash in or something like that so I think you just gotTa take the best of what comes your way and and I own it now and I'm even cool with hearing. It sometimes sometimes can sing a lot right now. They're learning it in school. They come home singing. I'm I'm like Oh no foreign six. I might one day. You'll know when they're under fifteen and they're pissed off with you. They're going to turn it on. Walk in the door. Don't tell me what so growing up in pickering Yummy now you've been on the radio for fifteen years. Were you always a fan of radio. Yes yes I was so I wanted to be a singer and I. It wasn't right and my come from a family of musicians and my dad said to me. You know if you are going to be anything in music he'll do that on your own so make sure you actually go into university for something else just in case to have a fallback and I couldn't think of anything I wanted to do. Except for the fact I listened to the radio all the time to hear music and so I kind of chose that woods which stations where you're listening to. Oh my God I like six forty. It was like the hog or something the thing back then or I don't know six eighty two I'm talking. I was really young so way back music on succeeding. Music was on six eighty. I also also would listen to humble and Fred on. CSM Y yeah and six eighty six forty. I would just basically turned from one to the other. I really just listen for the music and then when I heard a broadcaster I'd kind of try to do the same thing. They did interesting when when I think about like your time at at the edge. CF and why. I think about a lot of the strong female. Broadcasters like you think of May and thank you took over for me I took over for Kelly or Kelley may before four. Maybe four may was somebody that I used to listen to all the time all the time. So was there. I wasn't there. She had just left to do but she was in the building because she she was doing six forty so yeah she was definitely somebody who i. I loved listening to her. On the raiders. The sound of her voice so so it was soothing. I actually heard her do a commercial. I guess the edge yesterday and it made me me think. Oh my God. I'm back in the nineties of CFM white and there was really cool was there was there a a DJ or or a host television radio. That you'll looked up to at that time was it was. It was probably may say so for sure. Yeah I would probably say for sure. She was the one that I think. I've I've always told her that she'd be the one that I would try to mimic and I do a lot of recording on in Maine like my little tape deck and then I would try to put myself take her out for me and so yeah so you did you. Did you go to college or university. Radio and television radio and television. So you knew right away. This is what you wanted to do now. I mean it's weird so I was was always wanted to be a singer. I was in musical theater. My parents put me in it like when I was really young. I'm did musicals in the city and I started interning at ninety nine point nine when I was before university so my parents were always like you need to know and you need to go for what. Oh you WANNA do in like grade nine. So when I was in grade ten I took the bus down to the city to Internet. Ninety nine point nine so I kind of already had that and then And then I want university. I just thought I'll probably do radio or TV RADIO AND TV program. So I knew I was going to do one of the two nine point nine. I'm before University University University. I was interning for be and then I came over to ninety nine point nine and I was a producer and then in my second year at University versity I started doing four. Am to five am on Aaron Saturday nights. Just talk or just talk three times like over the song that's that's it come in life from four. Am to five am on a Saturday night. That's crazy yeah. Did you get to play your own music. No no I just talked to three retouched. Yeah nothing else. That's don't just give her the Mike for a little while just to shut me up because I just wanted it so bad. The program director was like all right. It give you one hour on a Saturday night just to shut you up so you talked about doing theater child do you. Do you remember your first performed yet. I I don't know if you remember I I think it's still exists the limelight dinner theatre. Why my dinner theater every Jew believe it's still on Eglington on young street? Yeah so I did that. S- played the role of Morillas in the music man. And that was. I was in grade four and I had a tutor. I didn't. I went to school halftime and had a tutor. Wows crazy. Oh you and greg known each other for how long ten years ten years ten years outside outside of music and travel. There's something the two of you have in common like. If you go back to when you were nine years old hickory cream music the music man. You're the music. No who did you play. Throw my long. Anybody know what this musical savell is. It a screw is like God stop talking talking about. Nobody wants to hear musical. Tell us about. What was the music man about? Oh my God Craig. So it's it's basically a guy who comes into town and the town things do a gift or I guess he will say and he comes in to teach the kids how to play music and and it seems like it's this hoax. He's not like he does go from town to the town is a conure. It goes from town to town but he falls in love with winthrop's sister right. If I'm remember this correctly Marion as she was a music teachers who was the music teacher and Amaryllis or as winthrop would have said umbrella umbrella list he so ridiculous winthrop winthrop and of course being whatever ninety eight years old. I use it. You would like the musical right. Yeah you're the music Oh context and you play the music underneath. We'll do we'll do better than the music. Why don't we activate okay? So here's That's line that that'll be like all right. I'll play Mrs Peru. I am so sorry mess rule do you. You know my role. What's your rule? I haven't radio role. Now that myself and Matin Carlin we have already decided and we have a few radio rules on the morning show and our rule number one never act ever ever no acting involved. You'll just recite the lines here. We go. I'm having a party on Saturday. I'd like you to come Well I'm a realist. Asked you to her party are you going are not more. No unless you know what no thank you have. This already worked town fake. ooh You know the little girl's name my apart. Where Am I? Where am I when this one? I bet he won't say it and I do remember who went Thorpe. No thank you morillas. I'm a real morale.
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"To weather channel dot com and see some of that but when we need to talk about a her I mean a a tornado ripping through and you're used to seeing that kind of damage you're talking about that scope just wide spread everywhere you see every direction you look I in this area marsh harbour in the Bahamas is where Dave bell cough the weather channel was reporting just now so our hearts obviously go out to those people as we speak and we are still awaiting what it might mean for at eastern North Carolina a much weakened storm as far as wind speed and category but a rain still very much an issue I was just looking at some of the the stats in years past four areas like Charleston when hurricane Hugo came through in nineteen eighty nine the water level at that point in Charleston the Cooper river entrance gauge six point seven six feet back in nineteen eighty nine and then you go on down the list and you see names like hurricane Irma in twenty seventeen hurricane Matthew of course in twenty sixteen and Matthew is the name you're hearing most associated with this particular hurricane here hurricane Dorian as far as far as what it could mean for eastern North Carolina we're hoping not as severe but we're still watching this and we continue to check in with the weather channel throughout the me in the morning now you have people from the coast to were heading inland to places like Winthrop Winthrop university is with the common an open house to people from places like Charleston boxes Derek Gallinger at Winthrop talking to students from college of Charleston it's not exactly home before hundred twenty college of Charleston students this is about as close as it's going to be for the next few days hot air mattresses blankets bags and getting used to new surroundings of Winthrop for some it's like freshman orientation all over again.
"winthrop winthrop" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"A compact between god and the people as part of that government arises and liberty is something that comes from the government itself. The takeaway from all of this is that will well. It is tempting to try and make winthrop into some pro republican. He just isn't winthrop believed in a system that was top heavy power flow down from god through through the government and then eventually reached the individual god was the sovereign all power originated with him in idea like the people being the sovereign would have been ludicrous to winthrop so when looking at winthrop it is important to always keep in mind what he was and what he wasn't as much watches we want to shoehorn winthrop into enlightened voice. Preaching democracy winthrop wasn't that and shouldn't be seen as such winthrop's policies are rooted in the bible able not in the enlightenment for when throughout the chief argument against him over the years. We'll continue to be his relative leniency. The argument which began again with thomas dudley would continue as a running narrative through the later part of the sixteenth thirties despite the ongoing controversy winter would become governor again in the later half of the sixteenth thirties when throughput alternately forced and says the governor of massachusetts for a total of twelve years when ups chief concern remained the risk of separatism well certainly believed in reforming the church he would remain a staunch anti-separatists for the remainder of his life. This would often lead to tension between the the more separatist leaning members of the colony. This is going to be of particular importance to one dealing with roger. Williams williams was in comparison to winthrop. Nothing thinks short of a radical in his ideology a fierce separatists williams would into bouncing from church to church. None of them reached the level of purity that he was seeking. We are going to go ahead and leave roger williams alone for now however he is going to get his time in the next episode. It is the injured play however of these two men in that is really going to set the stage for some of the biggest controversies of the day and we're gonna see more of that next week for winthrop he would spend much of the rest of his career attempting into perry the repeated attempts to change the religious direction of the colony in two episodes time we are going to dig deeper into the increasingly complex religious situation in new england during the later half of the sixteen thirty s and moving into the sixteen forty s these attempts to steer the religious direction of the colony are always going to remain the most important thing for winthrop as you'll see drain that episode winthrop would spend the rest of his life right in the thick of the religious debate around new england well practical governance was was a pretty huge part of what he did after all the guy is the colonial governor in harshened unforgiving land he always remained tightly tethered to his puritan beliefs every decision he made was directed at maintaining the religious order that he helped established upon arrival in massachusetts however keep in mind that despite winthrop using religion as the basis for basically everything including how he runs the government he is not in favor of theocracy in fact winthrop was distinctly aware of the dangers that come with a theocracy and actively sought to avoid it and this makes sense think back to the origins of where the puritans come from cacophonous. They're coming out of the reformation. The entire purpose of the reformation is because the catholic church hierarchy had become so corrupt in the eyes of people liked luther so for winter he wants to avoid letting that kind of hierarchical structure form where the government and the church are so closely intertwined winthrop winthrop recognized the danger of having the church and the government being the same entity when they're wanted a government that would be protective of religion the government guided by religion however the church needed to remain separate of government and went through new it the church had no official authority in the government government and the government was careful not to allow the church to affect civil rights winthrop spent much of the sixteen forty s working through twin crises. The first question is was going to remain in massachusetts to begin with king charles finally relented and called for parliament that the great migration that had been going now for a decade not only ended if threatened to reverse course with parliament meeting again the doors were open to return to england however for winthrop he viewed his place as being in massachusetts wither had built something in massachusetts heat viewed his place in the world as remaining in the new world and working on supporting his more pure church at the same time however a crippling depression hit the colony in the sixteen forty s this depression that winter was personally forced to sell large amounts of his property property to pay his personal debts now without going into detail. The loss of his money was largely not winthrop's fault personally one of them in that he he had put in charge of helping rented the state's james lectured was basically really awful business and possibly corrupt lectured begun taking out large loans in winthrop's name loans loans that winthrop would never be able to pay back ultimately he costs winthrop huge amounts of money and lead with up to selling off large amounts of his property to pay back the debts winthrop.
"winthrop winthrop" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"Circulated. Amongst the relevant groups was one of the primary pieces of propaganda to get people on board with the idea of immigrating among among the ideas espoused in the general observations were one bring the gospel into america and raise a bulwark against the kingdom of the anti christ to go to a place of refuge from judgement of god that was about to descend on europe in light of the thirty years war three escape. The overpopulation of england england four escaped the growing inflation problem in england now just to interject briefly here. This may well be referring to the growing economic issues throughout throughout the region recall back from two episodes ago we had actually discussed the textile collapse that was devastating. The economy southeastern england five get away from oxford and cambridge and they're increasingly corrupt practices and teaching six god has given them the entire new world to go and improve and to once again. It's your jet here. All that uninhabited land just sitting there was wasting away against god's will it was in with rips mind their job to improve the land now of course he may be saying that the land wasn't an inhabited that the indians were there however for winthrop that doesn't really seem to count as of this moment. Nobody really recognizes can ask the indians had much right over the land. Don't worry that this belief will soon be challenged and that's something that we're going to have to wait until next time to address. Seven those going to new england would have the chance to lay the foundations of a new church eight. This entire observation ended with a plea from winthrop trip that basically positions the trip to new england as some kind of a mission. It was something that they had to do. The takeaway from from this seems pretty straightforward. England was an overcrowded pit of despair filled with heathens and a faltering economy new england offered a decent chance to escape this and start over again at the foundations of a new and better society by august of six twenty nine winthrop was one of a handful of men who had signed an agreement agreement to wrap up their business in england and agreed to make the voyage to settle new england throughout the summer of sixteen twenty nine meetings and negotiations continued towards the ultimate goal of moving moving the headquarters of the corporation to massachusetts for all of his work over the past year winthrop found himself elected governor of the colony on october twentieth sixteen twenty nine. It is a position that he would hold off and on for the rest of his life. It was decided that winthrop would initially travel alone. His wife would be following in the future sure she was pregnant. At the time drain his time as governor will still in england winthrop was involved in the actions of negotiating with those investors in england that didn't plan on going along to new england in flowery language winthrop told the investors that look the company is moving to new england. You guys aren't going to have a say in matters do the right thing. Take take the settlement and drop your interests. Oh and by the way god is watching you well. He was not entirely successful of pershing all of the lenin investors who will continue to cause problems for him in the coming years. He did manage to eliminate the majority of them. Thus ensuring more power would find itself centered in massachusetts and not back in london finally on april eighth sixteen thirty when th rope along with seven hundred other colonists would leave england and embark on a journey to the new world it is at roughly the same time that he left england that winthrop would deliver the sermon that would cement his legacy though unclear if the sermon malysz given in england shortly before the departure on the trip over or even possibly new england itself winthrop delivered a sermon known as the model of christian charity the sermon offered nothing in the way of plans for the colony a declaration of what the government structure should be or really anything that would be of any practical use in the colony when did deliver however was a vision for what new england should be. The model of christian charity was one of three works which was primarily aimed at stayed in the goals of the new immigrants to massachusetts. Their goals were twofold. They wanted to lay out what their mission was. The mission was to go over and work actively towards reforming forming the church these works the other being god's promised to his plantation by john cotton and the humble request which was also by winthrop sought to establish avenue that will reforming the church was the main priority they were not separatists when the rope and company had no plans to separate from the church of england they wanted to make that clear to everybody involved winthrop and those involved wanted to make sure that everybody backing lennon understood that they were all working for the same team in the model of christian charity winthrop will conclude by saying we shall find that the god of israel is among us when ten of us show be able to resist a thousand of our enemies enemies when he shall make us appraising glory that men shall say of succeeding plantations the lord make it likely that of new england four four we must consider that we as a city upon a hill the eyes of all the people are upon us so that if we shall deal falsely with our god in this work we we have undertaken and so caused him to withdraw his president help from us. We shall be made a story and b word through the world. We shall open the mouths of enemies. He's to speak evil of the way of god and all the professors for god's sake we shall shame the faces of many of god's worthy servants and caused their prayers to be turned into curses upon us to we become consumed out of the good land whether we are going the line from that speech for we must consider that we shelby as a city upon a hill. The eyes of all the people are upon us has the place as one of the most famous lines in american history. It serves almost <music> as a mission statement for what the united states itself wants to stand for today. The legacy of the line is so often portrayed in terms of democracy eighty or the moral attitudes of the united states which genuinely really is not winthrop had intended however the fact remains that the simple line by winthrop has withstood the the test of time and remains one of the building blocks that the united states recipe poetic sermons aside winthrop still is a columnist travelling to a harsh and unforgiving land after an initial dispute over the location of the colony in salem winthrop personally relocated to a new settlement off the charles river near massachusetts massachusetts bay in what would become boston winthrop's next task was going to be the establishment of a government. We talked last time about the government that was established in new england. The freemen who were members of the church had a vote for the assistant magistrates those magistrates would then vote for the office of governor it is important do not get carried away here and begin thinking that john winthrop was in any fashion early republican and just a quick note here on terminology because i want to be clear about this until we basically reached the civil a war. If you hear me mentioned republicans please no. I'm referring to small are republicans. In other words. These are not members of the modern republican party but rather these are those who advocate the creation of republic got it good terminology side. John winthrop was no republican winthrop government. It was essentially a limited democratic dictatorship sure members of the church did get a vote for their leaders but that's where democracy ended. This was not a complex complex form of government in fact it was unbelievably simple vote for the guy you want and then up until the next election they are going to have near absolute power additionally with was not a supporter of universal suffrage he in fact did all he could to limit the electric winthrop insisted that only those freeman men who were members of the church could vote this of course is going to have a widespread chilling effect members outta the church would have no voice in government likewise likewise by limiting who could vote it should the church would remain powerful. This isn't to say that when through wanted to establish anything looking like a theocracy instead he wanted wanted to limit suffrage to men whom he knew would support the puritan way of life in this way winthrop had not established democracy where the people act as the source the power rather winthrop had designed a system where a small group of loyal men tied more centrally to the church would become the source from which power could be obtained so sure john winthrop was willing to let church members be part of the electorate but at the same time is going to be a vast overstatement to refer to winthrop rope as being a pro republican or even particularly democratic the power of the governor which more often than not met winthrop had full rights over both the practical tactical function of the colony and the legislative function in terms of legislative action there was relatively little early in the colony law and order was important but they already had a law code the bible winthrop turn to the bible asses legal code and was sufficiently satisfied to simply follow out the punishments prescribed within initially during those early years winthrop would develop a rivalry with thomas dudley dudley would often find himself at odds with winthrop deadly repeatedly call that winthrop's policies then would become a general pain in the side of john winthrop biggest conflict between the men came over the laws. Both men supported the bible was there legal basis winthrop took a more lenient view understanding that colonial life was harsh winthrop supported acting in a manner that gave more lenient punishments deadly looking at this said. Hey we have a covenant with god. Who are you to disobey him when he came up with these punishments. Do you see a list of exceptions lunacy yeah me neither eventually winthrop would lose out and with those the governorship over these debates but don't feel too bad for winthrop. He is going to be back as governor soon enough well. There's really goes to show hover is that it's not like winthrop exists on an island in the colony. He does does have to deal with political pressures of the day and navigate the seas like anybody else. Ultimately with rope would become something of a moderate politically wedged in between the the more conservative thomas dudley who we've been talking about and eventually the more liberal minded roger williams who we are going to talk about in depth next time this isn't to say that winthrop would be a moderate by contemporary standards because no he really isn't but at this moment he found himself occupying that position this also moves us to a more central point about the politics and the beliefs of john winthrop winthrop often talks about covenants between the settlers and god this dominated the worldview of winthrop and was something that seemed always to be at the forefront of his policies in winthrop's mind. The people had an agreement with god in some ways this this is not terribly dissimilar from the political thought a century later during the american revolution john locke one of the biggest influences in the revolution believed that a social contract contract existed between the individual and their government. This is a very popular line of thought throughout the age of enlightenment and would be a central theme of the entire era winthrop's beliefs are not that out of line with this however he views the contract not as one between a body politic and the government but rather with god god as the sovereign in other words. There was a social contract between everybody and god and again. This is not to say that winthrop is some enlightened enlightened thinker. The guy really isn't winthrop was as previously discussed anti-democratic at his very core. If winthrop would right at one point that a democrat is amongst the most vile nations accounted the meanest and worst of all forms of government because i already said it once i want to be clear that democrat macron in this instance is a small democrat in this fashion winter viewed politics with a top down approach..
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"He's to speak evil of the way of god and all the professors for god's sake we shall shame the faces of many of god's worthy servants and caused their prayers to be turned into curses upon us to we become consumed out of the good land whether we are going the line from that speech for we must consider that we shelby as a city upon a hill. The eyes of all the people are upon us has the place as one of the most famous lines in american history. It serves almost <music> as a mission statement for what the united states itself wants to stand for today. The legacy of the line is so often portrayed in terms of democracy eighty or the moral attitudes of the united states which genuinely really is not winthrop had intended however the fact remains that the simple line by winthrop has withstood the the test of time and remains one of the building blocks that the united states recipe poetic sermons aside winthrop still is a columnist travelling to a harsh and unforgiving land after an initial dispute over the location of the colony in salem winthrop personally relocated to a new settlement off the charles river near massachusetts massachusetts bay in what would become boston winthrop's next task was going to be the establishment of a government. We talked last time about the government that was established in new england. The freemen who were members of the church had a vote for the assistant magistrates those magistrates would then vote for the office of governor it is important do not get carried away here and begin thinking that john winthrop was in any fashion early republican and just a quick note here on terminology because i want to be clear about this until we basically reached the civil a war. If you hear me mentioned republicans please no. I'm referring to small are republicans. In other words. These are not members of the modern republican party but rather these are those who advocate the creation of republic got it good terminology side. John winthrop was no republican winthrop government. It was essentially a limited democratic dictatorship sure members of the church did get a vote for their leaders but that's where democracy ended. This was not a complex complex form of government in fact it was unbelievably simple vote for the guy you want and then up until the next election they are going to have near absolute power additionally with was not a supporter of universal suffrage he in fact did all he could to limit the electric winthrop insisted that only those freeman men who were members of the church could vote this of course is going to have a widespread chilling effect members outta the church would have no voice in government likewise likewise by limiting who could vote it should the church would remain powerful. This isn't to say that winthrop wanted to establish anything looking like a theocracy instead he wanted wanted to limit suffrage to men whom he knew would support the puritan way of life in this way winthrop had not established democracy where the people act as the source the power rather winthrop had designed a system where a small group of loyal men tied more centrally to the church would become the source from which power could be obtained so sure john winthrop was willing to let church members be part of the electorate but at the same time is going to be a vast overstatement to refer to winthrop rope as being a pro republican or even particularly democratic the power of the governor which more often than not met winthrop had full rights over both the practical tactical function of the colony and the legislative function in terms of legislative action there was relatively little early in the colony law and order was important but they already had a law code the bible winthrop turn to the bible asses legal code and was sufficiently satisfied to simply follow out the punishments prescribed within initially during those early years winthrop would develop a rivalry with thomas dudley dudley would often find himself at odds with winthrop deadly repeatedly call that winthrop's policies then would become a general pain in the side of john winthrop. The biggest conflict between the men came over the laws. Both men supported the bible. Their legal basis winthrop took a more lenient view understanding that colonial life was harsh winthrop supported acting in a manner that gave more lenient punishments deadly looking at this said. Hey we have a covenant with god. Who are you to disobey him when he came up with these punishments. Do you see a list of exceptions lunacy yeah me neither eventually winthrop would lose out and with those the governorship over these debates but don't feel too bad for winthrop. He is going to be back as governor soon enough well. There's really goes to show hover is that it's not like winthrop exists on an island in the colony. He does does have to deal with political pressures of the day and navigate the seas like anybody else. Ultimately with rope would become something of a moderate politically wedged in between the the more conservative thomas dudley who we've been talking about and eventually the more liberal minded roger williams who we are going to talk about in depth next time this isn't to say that went through would be a moderate by contemporary standards because no he really isn't but at this moment he found himself occupying that position this also moves us to a more central point about the politics and the beliefs of john winthrop winthrop often talks about covenants between the settlers and god this dominated the worldview of winthrop and was something that seemed always to be at the forefront of his policies in winthrop's mind. The people had an agreement with god in some ways this this is not terribly dissimilar from the political thought a century later during the american revolution john locke one of the biggest influences in the revolution believed that a social contract contract existed between the individual and their government. This is a very popular line of thought throughout the age of enlightenment and would be a central theme of the entire era winthrop's beliefs are not that out of line with this however he views the contract not as one between a body politic and the government but rather with god god as the sovereign in other words. There was a social contract between everybody and god and again. This is not to say that winthrop is some enlightened enlightened thinker. The guy really isn't winthrop was as previously discussed anti-democratic at his very core effect winthrop would right at one point that a democrat is amongst the most vile nations accounted the meanest and worst of all forms of government because i already said it once i want to be clear that democrat macron in this instance is a small democrat in this fashion winter viewed politics with a top down approach. There is a compact between god and the people as part of that government arises and liberty is something that comes from the government itself the takeaway from all of this is that well it is tempting to try and make winthrop into some pro republican. He just isn't winthrop believed in a system that was top heavy power flow down from god through through the government and then eventually reached the individual god was the sovereign all power originated with him in idea like the people being the sovereign would have been ludicrous to winthrop so when looking at winthrop it is important to always keep in mind what he was and what he wasn't as much watches we want to shoehorn winthrop into enlightened voice. Preaching democracy winthrop wasn't that and shouldn't be seen as such winthrop's policies are rooted in the bible able not in the enlightenment for when throughout the chief argument against him over the years. We'll continue to be his relative leniency. The argument which began again with thomas dudley would continue as a running narrative through the later part of the sixteenth thirties despite the ongoing controversy winter would become governor again in the later half of the sixteenth thirties when throughput alternately four cents as the governor of massachusetts for a total of twelve years when ups chief concern remained the risk of separatism well certainly believed in reforming the church he would remain a staunch anti-separatists for the remainder of his life. This would often lead to tension between the the more separatist leaning members of the colony. This is going to be of particular importance to one dealing with roger. Williams williams was in comparison to winthrop. Nothing thinks short of a radical in his ideology a fierce separatists williams would into bouncing from church to church. None of them reached the level of purity that he was seeking. We are going to go ahead and leave roger williams alone for now however he is going to get his time in the next episode. It is the injured play however of these two men in that is really going to set the stage for some of the biggest controversies of the day and we're gonna see more of that next week for winthrop he would spend much of the rest of his career attempting into perry the repeated attempts to change the religious direction of the colony in two episodes time we are going to dig deeper into the increasingly complex religious situation in new england during the later half of the sixteen thirty s and moving into the sixteen forty s these attempts to steer the religious direction of the colony are always going to remain the most important thing for winthrop as you'll see drain that episode winthrop would spend the rest of his life right in the thick of the religious debate around new england well practical governance was was a pretty huge part of what he did after all the guy is the colonial governor in harshened unforgiving land he always remained tightly tethered to his puritan beliefs every decision he made was directed at maintaining the religious order that he helped established upon arrival in massachusetts however keep in mind that despite winthrop using religion as the basis for basically everything including how he runs the government he is not in favor of theocracy in fact winthrop was distinctly aware of the dangers that come with a theocracy and actively sought to avoid it and this makes sense think back to the origins of where the puritans come from cacophonous. They're coming out of the reformation. The entire purpose of the reformation is because the catholic church hierarchy had become so corrupt in the eyes of people liked luther so for winter he wants to avoid letting that kind of hierarchical structure form where the government and the church are so closely intertwined winthrop winthrop recognized the danger of having the church and the government being the same entity when they're wanted a government that would be protective of religion the government guided by religion however the church needed to remain separate of government and went through new it the church had no official authority in the government government and the government was careful not to allow the church to affect civil rights winthrop spent much of the sixteen forty s working through twin crises. The first question is was going to remain in massachusetts to begin with king charles finally relented and called for parliament that the great migration that had been going now for a decade not only ended if threatened to reverse course with parliament meeting again the doors were open to return to england however for winthrop he viewed his place as being in massachusetts wither had built something in massachusetts heat viewed his place in the world as remaining in the new world and working on supporting his more pure church at the same time however a crippling depression hit the colony in the sixteen forty s this depression that winter was personally forced to sell large amounts of his property property to pay his personal debts now without going into detail. The loss of his money was largely not winthrop's fault personally one of them in that he he had put in charge of helping rented the state's james lectured was basically really awful business and possibly corrupt lectured begun taking out large loans in winthrop's name loans loans that.
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"Chance will reed it on the show i also raise some questions but i prefer questions like this from allen in winthrop winthrop went through when thriving went through went through hey sterling lana mallory in ciro is it supposed to be civil shepherd right oh a simple then it shepherds you know civil shepherd is adam yes i know civil shepherd is but i don't know who's weird 'cause you larry you're not close to each other on your keypad auto correct could be but am i supposed to know who lotta shepherded mallory shepherd are i mean everybody knows this is not this is that shepherds i'm sorry like you can't just say that i'm looking through the shepherds it's just not the case this is the famous cheaper this is archer from this is all writer archer it's a larger the upper terrible i i'm buying heavily into these zero rb draft strategy in my ten team league this year especially if i'm picking after the five spot hypothetically hypothetically if i took three premium wide receivers shepherds be afraid if i took three premium wide receivers and tight end like earth sir kiddle a would i be wise to corner the market on running back platoons for run heavy teams around five through nine like carson in penny montgomery in co inner coleman in mckinnon a what would you do if you took three wide receivers and tight end with their first four picks and a ten team league when you get away with that seem like you're still gonna be hard like i dunno of jerick mckinnon is gonna get drafted a lot of ten team league but it's gonna be hard to get chris carson david montgomery entry to win maybe get album yet so that that will be the difficult part one guy but definitely target in this approach 'em would kenyan drake yep i i think those you just have an idea of okay i want the seattle back to you take carson and then i would go penny right after if you wanna lock well i wouldn't get cute i wouldn't i wouldn't take tiny round six but i think you can get carson in montgomery like that's not a bad or or drake with one of those other guys that's not a bad way to start or very poor you know and and the thing about it is i i i disagree with you heath on mckinnon because i think once we get to the middle to the end of august and we have idea who the second guys gonna be that guy's gonna get drafted whereas mckinnon rubbery right we just don't know if it's gonna be border where beginning go yesterday i'm not talking now okay i'm telling you wants to mccain definitely got drafted 'cause we went sixteen so he went yesterday yeah a i i just think that as that that second guy emerges because right now tevin coleman is gonna have to be pulled from that job just because he's healthy so you can you can get tevin coleman and then just if you're doing you're drive now you know you just take a shot on on who the second guy maybe mccain when a hundred and six overall yesterday p pr draft that's round nine in a twelve team league this the ten team league so if you are going zero rb spending two picks on one backfield i don't know that that that's the right thing to do 'cause i don't know how you guys on the.
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"Jay talking with Bradley, Jay WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. That is correct. My friends the pie. I wanna give you some an update on the podcasts. Kind of a two parter. We had the young conservatives in from northeastern. They were good. It was a good time. We learned about young nece, and we learned about young conservatives. Two hours. They stayed. Mark has ground that down into a podcast length shines it up and that is already up this morning. The opposing team the young Democrats their podcast will be up. It will be interesting for you to compare the two I believe that's the Jay talking podcast. I'll be away over the weekend. And then it'll be away for a week. And that's a good way for you to get your fix of Jay talking. If you need to has all the best guest. You Michael Coyne. The subway guy tonight at some point. We'll be up. As your Anthony samarco's. I know you have Anthony. So Marco, you could probably listen you could bench. Anthony, some Marco. I know you love him. You don't have to use headphones. You can you can play it just like you play the radio. Could be fun. I liked having the young Democrats. And I liked having the young conservatives on did any of you here both of them. And would you care to compare? I'm guessing that you did my observations were as follows young conservatives. The female of the young conservatives was very outgoing very opinionated. She I asked her point blank is the president tell the truth is honest. And I think she should have said, he's not entirely honest. But I don't care because. That would be the correct thing to say to say that he's he's absolutely honest. That's a credibility. Herder? I for me again. No supporters don't care if he's honest, and I get that. He's doing what you want. Who cares if he's honest? That's what she should have said. He's not exactly honest. But who cares, and she was very much pro president that was her primary. I think you're defining. Position. Whereas the mail was a bit more moderate bit, more centrist. And. She seemed to be the dominant force there. And as far as the Democrats go. Kind of interesting. They were younger I think they were a freshman and a sophomore and being a freshman means you're just you're almost in high school. So they were both pretty accomplished. The female of the two was. Dot. I would I phrase I call doctrinaire. She just was kind of the party line person. She was continued to support. She said all those things that Democrats say to continue to support. Senator warren. And. She would say things like it's a big tent? There's room for everybody. But the thing is you want to win. You're gonna have a big tent? Everybody hangs up, but you need to win. I was trying to talk to her about who would you like what what type of candidate? Would you like to have run your team for president? And. She was talking about. It's a big tent? Now, you need to you need to choose someone. I think I don't know. I think you've gotta go with. A fairly centrist person. And this is I don't know. Do you think that? There are a lot of women going around. Do you think that it? Hesitate to say this, but just strategically? That the candidate has to be a male. I've heard I think I heard Scaramucci say candidate has to be male. I heard somebody like a Joe Biden is Joe Biden too old. What about Joe Biden? And Kamala Harris, would you like that? Anyway, those two podcasts are complementary and they ones up now gather one that will be up soon. The Michael coin we talked the Michael Cohen the attorney. My one of my main men talked about Roger stone a lot. And he had a lot of insight into Roger stone. Open line six hundred seven two five four ten thirty. We have Tim and Winthrop Winthrop. Hello, Tim O'Reilly. I am a Republican Reagan and McCain guy, and I just want to speak out against the president. 'cause I just don't think he is got all here. And it's been horrible Republicans Republicans guest ignorant, white sheep, I know liberal. I don't like Elizabeth Warren. But that's not the problem right now. The problem is this guy in the White House. He's out of control and like I said before back in June. How is all? Call. I said Helsinki that change my mind. What do you think? Well, what about Helsinki and Helsinki? I was all for Trump until I saw like McCain saw I saw what happened. He goes. We got thrown out of the box. Mccain was still alive, and he was still it was a GED disgrace. And devotion said it and Michael Reagan Ronald Reagan's sunset it on his radio show in L A and Trump tweeted that he said, quote, unquote. Ronald Reagan is no backing or this president is not my president. And I still Republican, but am I going to have to go with the Democrats here? Like, we we to go from like, quite Mr. McCain said, and what do you think? Well, I think that I I the you don't hear many guys like you say that your Republican that's against the president. And that's that's sorta refreshing who do you think that you would vote for right now? I have to vote for Biden, even all liberal. But I can I really Warren. I can't stand liberals. But that was my whole thing online. But I he lost me. Mr. Trump has lost me and a lot of my friends, and that's why Republicans out there like the bushes. Reagan's. And then McCain, Mr. Ronnie, they do not gophers line of BS. He is he is he's compromised one hundred percent by Mr Putin. I am absolutely certain of that. And all these people are even talking about it. Well, I appreciate that very much Tim, you got it. All right. It's good. It's interesting to hear is there. Any other any other conservatives are Republicans that are turning away from the president or you sticking with them. By the way, the Democrats launch investigations into Trump's tax return now and administration. Yes. So they're coming after him poor guy. Can't catch a break. I mean after all these. Doing for the country. They just hassling a mother that let him do his job. Right. Would you like to see the tax returns? Oh, what does he got to hide? It's WBZ. Five hundred fifty one votes in the house and served under eleven presidents. Former Michigan congressman John Dingell has died in two thousand fourteen he told the CBS evening news. I wasn't sure we could pass the ten commandments in this place friend at one time colleague Representative John Lewis never gave up. He never gave in. He kept a face. He Dan champion. Some of the greatest shows of Daego played a key role in landmark legislation like the Civil Rights Act of nineteen fifty seven former Michigan governor, Jim Blanchard, the civil rights legislation of nineteen sixty four was the big issue and John stood firm and tall for civil rights in nineteen sixty four. And I don't think he's ever gotten a lot of credit for that. Because people just said, oh, yeah. Of course, you would former President Barack Obama awarded Dingell the presidential medal of freedom in two thousand fourteen CBS news special report, I'm Matt piper. You've done it. You've found that perfect place..
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"Common sense. Leland Conway on NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S. Because you got a lot of time. Matt. We are back NewsRadio eight forty W H A S, Toni Monetti Dwight Whitney, Dave Jennings, all filled in for Leland Conway takes three of us. You just carry the water of Leland Conway rows. Right. Let's not break. It. As we get through to eleven thirty. Eleven thirty today will turn it over to Kentucky basketball, they play Winthrop. And then Louisville basketball follows that. Right. Wait is it that the guy's name at four hours with no not forty eight hours. Winthrop winthrop. I was trying to get the scene loaded up and it cut right before that part. That's the part that I wanted careful when you pull that stuff kidding. All right. We are rolling on through talking about obviously tomorrow thanksgiving. You have heard the CDC has issued. Now, a warning they tell you pull all of your Romain lettuce. Oh, wait, no worries for Dwight no worries for me. But so this just explain something on social media last night. And everybody was saying who cares about lettuce anyway and lettuce. Unlike the hell's going on romaine is the nicer type of instead of the iceberg lettuce romaine kind of took over a couple of years ago. And that's what everybody uses in their mic salads for thanksgiving. So the joke is but the CDs saying, hey, it's, you know, it's not like well, donate the romaine in Wisconsin. And Washington they're saying nationwide throw away all of your Romain lettuce. And this was after the raw Turkey incident from last week. Yes. So happy. Thanks. Giving don't eat Turkey and Orlando s but who eats? I mean, I will do I will get a little side, Sal. Iran. No, no, no, I like salads, basically everything on my plate is like pale or yellow like macaroni and cheese rayvey, stuffing gravy. I mean, there's really really is it called or stuffing just because they put orange juice in it. Noah's voice tres in it, man. Stuffing? Oh, yeah. Sure. Oh, yes. So what wins out the oysters of the trip to fan? Oh, yeah. You get tired yellow busy way for you fall asleep during the busy. I've done that before. And let me tell you the next morning nothing more flattering. Hey, what are you? So mad about. How come you're not talking to me? It was on twenty first birthday. I. I mentioned this last night, and I stopped. This is where I know we don't need to go any further in this story. This is not six PM. This is in the morning. All right. So we're not going to finish the story where you fell asleep having sex with some woman actually said that what I just alluded to all right last two nights ago. I got this on the internet. Dave, guess is. There's a new NCWA record set for the lowest points scored and a half you, and I sat and many games at big east watch big east games and going. Oh my God. This is terrible or back when Louisville place Saint Louis. Oh, my sorry. Is it fourteen to ten right now? What is the double record set by eastern Michigan when they played Rutgers the other night for the lowest points scored in a half, take a guess total or just for the one team total though for for eastern Michigan eight four, oh they scored four points in the three of us could have accidentally got in four points against right bounced it like bounce down. Court shots two of them. Maybe six I guarantee you doing a half of basketball one of the opposing teams would have been with a fast chess passes. I would've accidentally accidentally gotten away. It would hit me in the head. And it'd go. Tulsa, Oklahoma is offering remote workers. Do you know what a remote worker is someone? That's not onsite remote worker is somebody works from home or works at a coffee shop or anywhere. That's not a regular office. Like anyone? So we're remote workers is this not a regular office. Well, I have an office you so you're not regular. Your irregular affairs. Anything about it. I'm working on. But would you move? The salads would care apparently Tulsa is so awful. They're awful is they're offering ten thousand dollars to move to Tulsa. Wow, you get twenty five hundred dollars in moving expenses and five hundred dollars a month. And then a fifteen hundred dollar bonus at the end of the twelve months, so they make you search like a survivors bonus. So you're right. If you make it a year, you get the full ten thousand dollars just for a living in Tulsa, just a move to toll. So they want they claim there an ideal city for people like that are quote, unquote, remote workers, and that they cost of living is perfect. And they added in we have an array of museums. There has to be a cap on this. The free stuff crowd will go to tells Liz spend a year there and bolt will there has to be a cap like twenty people mobile with you go what if there's a mass exodus to Oklahoma? Well, here's the other side. Well, the way the stock market's going that could happen. What if what if tosa would've Tulsa gets no one, let's say we even offered people ten thousand dollars fallen asleep during being insulted episode. Part. That's an episode of parks and rec, right? We offered ten thousand dollars to move here. Wait for the fly there at the Novi coming standing there blinking. There's no one coming in Dayton and Akron are going. Tomorrow is is a lot of fun day. What are your plans for thanksgiving? What are you? What are your your parents are in Florida? Are they coming up? Now, they'll come up for Christmas. Okay. So Becky gets up early. Gets the Turkey going. I wake up when I started smelling it, right? The the parade is on the TV and the grandkids are coming over. So we're we're staying in. Okay. We're cooking and entertaining and date or a Dwight you live near your sister right across from the field. Right. Isn't it? Yeah. But they go to North Carolina every year. Oh, good for you. I mean, no terrible terrible. My favorite thing about thanksgiving is all of the family together extended at all just crowded in the kitchen together, laughing, and you can actually accidentally brush up that hot sister-in-law when you're squeezing by the coast law has tagged me to what why it sits is a relative. It's okay. Yes. Cousin? That is your favorite thing about thanksgiving. Yeah. That in the food. The food is good least favorite thing is when that creepy uncle comes up and accidentally brushes. He does the same move. You're trying to do describing you. I think I'm a Turkey. I I used to be a Turkey guy. Mashed potatoes gravy. Tons of that little bit of Turkey little bit stuffing dark meat. It's all about the match. Well, I don't wanna do it. Because when I would never eat white meat again. So I've just been doing the white me. Someone told me that one thanksgiving. Go dark, you let me tell you. That's all I want. I want I want the dark meat man in. It's juicier. In the leg and underneath portion. Right. Is that where you go for the dark meat when the turkeys a little dry dock meets can down in the juices. I used to eat like a you'd go to the amusement park. And they have a Turkey leg for sale, and you go boy, I wanna eat healthy. I'm going to grab that Turkey legs. Gotta be healthy low, carb locale. No, no. If you look at the stats of a Turkey leg fifteen hundred calories. Oh, yeah. Fifteen or Kelly's the salt content alone. Should it could kill several children you're selling Dwight on it. Oh, no. No. This is just dripping down my shirt, but let's be honest. There is nothing like sweet potatoes. Oh with Brown sugar and butter for voiced your stuffing. No, no, you would much the calorie content and your butter sweet potato sweet potato by themselves as a healthier option than a regular potato Yam or non about. But when you put when you put cinnamon and butter on your sweet potatoes is not exactly health, then then it tastes good. It really is delicious. My grandmother used to take the Turkey faces. And and you're making this law that is a law. We'd have Turkey faces. That's because nobody in the town used the Turkey faces. They would just go to you on a Saint Olaf. They would just throw them away. I couldn't believe it. You couldn't eat it. Without the Triscuit though, you got put it on Triscuit because that brings out the flavor of the face. Oh. I missed grandma. Do you make a wish if you get the beak? You got pull of face apart. Whoever gets the ride is going to have warm weather all year when I think we've reached the bottom true. You've never had Turkey faces when I think we've reached the bottom still you found a new love the only ten fourteenth only ten for an hour and fifteen minutes left back after this. Tony Dave Dwight on NewsRadio eight forty W H S.
"winthrop winthrop" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A special edition of nightside with Dan Rae. My name's Dan, rob Brooks is behind the glass. We have lots of folks out in the field on this horrific story in the Merrimack valley. Karyn regal is up Lawrence. Mike mcclennan Andover. Nicole Davis with me in studio. We're gonna get right back to phone calls. You want to join us six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. We're gonna be talking with Mike and Andover. Lean in Winthrop would been very patient and waiting for us. We're going to get to those folks runaway before we do, Nicole. Davis was something last hour that one of my call Charlie from April said he made the observation that more inches. Very densely packed community. Lawrence has had the the Marston mills fire on enough. Remember that there was fire many many years ago that the devastated that city, and it's interesting Charlie's observation was very accurate. Lawrence is is very poor city and yet north Andover. Knee andover. Relative. Affluent communities, and so it just talks about the randomness of what has happened today. I mean, you could say that about almost anything, I guess, but yeah, for sure I mean, no one is immune, I suppose, you could send. Nope. No doubt about it. You've been working on this throughout throughout the evening. You listen, very attentively attentively to the news conference that we just heard governor Baker mayor Rivera of Lawrence as well as the town managers of north Andover. Andover new you said there's a couple of piece of new information you picked up. Yeah. There are speaking of Lawrence. The big piece of information there. Mayor Rivera said at this point if you haven't evacuated and you live south of the river, you've got to go his words, exactly. You gotta go get out of your house. Go north of the river. If do have shelters to go to if you need them. There are buses running the local transit authority as well as the NBA. But the big thing from mayor Rivera if you live in south Lawrence get north of the river and also for all three. Three cities and towns, all three communities. This one piece of information kind of strung together between the three if you are vacuum. It's not clear when you're going to get home. It could be the night. It could be tomorrow. I don't think it's going to be tonight. Probably based upon the tone of of those conversations. That's for sure let's let's get some of these calls involved with us as well. As I mentioned like to start off with Mike. I hope you understand folks, we giving some priority to folks in the affected communities. Mike in north end over you first this hour a nightside. Thank you for holding on being patient. Go ahead, Mike how you doing? Well, I'm doing fine. The better question is how are you? Well, my wife, she has the practice on end over main street. About five o'clock. There was a lot of activity and people came in and said you got to get out. And so she had cut short her practices, and she got home, and we have a fortunately, we have a neighbor who's, you know, he's a retired fireman. He came over he shut off the gas at the meter. But you said, you know, you got to get out. So I got home a little while later. We packed up the pets, we got mccaren. So we're sitting in a shopping center in Wilmington kind of waiting for the all clear, really. Well, I think it's going to be a little while. I thought I had heard earlier today. And I gotta check some of my notes from earlier is that there was gonna be a shelter available in Wilmington. Let me let me see. We have yet the middle Wilmington middle school. If you're looking for a place to stay in Wilmington, Mike, or at least somewhere to sit quietly with hopefully, maybe some coffee, or juice, or whatever. Or maybe even a Qatar to are you aware that the Wilmington middle school. I believe is is open and available. We did see some, you know, who is putting out some knows about that. We have some friends who will take us in. And we said, well, we'll play it by ear right now. We're just gonna go. We do have coffee. So we have to. But getting you know, it's almost nine thirty. You can tell some stores are starting to close. So I will tell you. Mike listening to the news conference in Nicole can chime in with me here in Nicole is WBZ reporter, I've been doing it for a few years in just from the tone of the officials who spoke at that news conference mice suspicion is they're not going to be letting many people back into those communities tonight because they don't know what damage is done what wires down they will err on the side of caution. So Mike if I were you call me, friends and tell them. I think we're coming over. What do you think I would say so they're going house to house at this point? And you've got, you know, all the whole community to deal with and it's going to be some time. There's still a documenting people Mike Lawrence, and you know, that that until they get everybody out of the places they want to evacuate everyone from. I don't know that they're going to be giving you back into into end over. I know you wanna be an optimist. But this time I think look at the glass as half empty not full. Okay. Yeah. No, definitely do that. Iran. Started caution. I might be I might be wrong on this Mike I've been wrong many things before but in this one I just listening to the governor watching his body language watching the town managers are you again. A you in Andover north Andover. Andover. Andover will your manager Andrew Flanagan. Again, it sounded to me as if you are. You're not going to get back into night in my in my opinion. So you can take that guidance. Don't don't take it as as dictum take it as guidance. Okay. Absolutely. Thanks, mike. And thanks for calling. Nightside is always take care. Have a great night. You hate to deliver that bad news. But I'll tell you wanna get to your friend's house before they turn in for the night. Knocking on the door to thirty. No doubt. Okay. We're gonna go to I lean in Winthrop Winthrop is not affected. But I lean you have been very patient. Thank you so much for joining the. I wanna say I my thoughts and prayers are going out to the homeowners in the first responders to this disaster. And. The thought of what gas can do to our community, by the way, the homeowners and renters is a lot of folks, particularly in Lawrence who are renting and. Outta there. The that's their home. Even though they they may not own it. They live there. They pay the rent, they that's their home. So we can't forget them either. I lead. Yeah. Oh in my son in law works with gas the national grid. And I just wanted to let customers know that they have inexperience people working on the screen is now because of the lockout, right? I really have to look at what what I wanna do. I lean is I don't want to turn a tragedy. It's it's a tragedy in the fact that some people have lost their homes. I really don't want to turn it into a labor issue tonight. I think national grid certainly has to take notice of what went on. And when I heard it today, I thought to myself, gee, I wonder if it is a national grid community, but it's not. To columbia. It's Columbia gas. So I don't wanna I don't wanna I wanna don't wanna go there tonight Eileen, if you don't mind, okay? Pretty powerful product. It is a very powerful product. Believe me, I've covered more than a few of those explosions in my life as a reporter remember covering one in Medford not from through. We're not far from where I'm sitting right now with the front of the house just blew out you you stood in the street, and you looked at the house, and you could see the bedroom and the bathroom and the and the child's room downstairs living room, and it looks like a Dollhouse. I remember covering one in Sherborne a few years later where the house exploded and the pieces of the home literally relate to picks, devastating devastating. So there's not anything to play with an if anyone is listening tonight in those three affected communities Lawrence Andover north Andover. Please follow the guidance of your officials. I lean. Thank you so much for you. Call and best of luck to you son in the line. Okay. Have a great night. Okay. Bye. Bye. Bye. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. I don't know Nicole if you've ever seen one of these things, you know after the blast frightening. It has it's frightening. And I tell you it would cause you to think about right. It just never known particularly the good. And most of the ones that I have seen this. This obviously is affects I mean, hundreds thousands of people potentially most of them when people digging in backyard, they make the mistake. They don't do the dick safe right in good reminded to get the dick safe dos. Definitely, nicole. I'm told by the powers that be here who are bosses that. You've been on the clock since how long this morning, I got here at eight o'clock this morning. Well, you've done honest, thirteen and a half hours worth of work. What time you have to be back in the morning? I'll be here at eight o'clock tomorrow morning. We're going to let you go. Thanks so much have been a great help. And always great to be with you in studio. Likewise, dan. Thank you so much. All right. Thanks davis. Who has been here a long day for her a long day for a lot of folks in the busy newsroom, but what we have experienced is nothing compared to what the people of Lawrence end over in north end over have experienced. Now, we're going to take a break. We have Don huff we trust. Okay. He's not there in the newsroom. Okay. Back in the old days. We used to be able to see the newsroom from the talk studio, we're a little bit of a different configuration. So when we will do as we await dawn, if it's okay with all of you. And I think it will be let's go to Stewart in Quincy. We'll see what he has to say. Thank you for calling in Stewart. You're next on nightside. Go right ahead. Hi, dan. I'm an attorney. I. I've known you for awhile. I'm Stewart you broke up on me just a little bit there. If you wouldn't mind you were telling me that you've known me for a while could you repeat that because I missed it. I apologize. Okay. Sorry, you and I went to the same school both alma mater. I was on your show you a couple of years back maybe four or five years back talking about really safety devolved around requiring licenses and permits, and and any kind of gas work plumbing, work should be permited by cities and towns, and if they don't do everything they can to encourage people to get permits, and they actually do things that discourage people from the painting permit. That's kind of a problem. I wanna point down a provision amass law, that's kind of odd. If I want to have a plumber work in my house or gas going to work in my life. There's an exception in the law that says that these gas companies, and I don't care if it's Columbia national grid wherever has gas. They're not required us license plumbers to do. Guessing it's an exception enlarge chapter one forty two. And I believe it's an exception that gas companies do not have to use like plumbers. Maybe we've talked with you. And I have talked about that off air and communicated with it about it off year. And I think it's a very interesting point. Although I don't think there's any indication at this point that the folks who were involved in whatever happened today that that is that basically is the clause -ality of this horrific situation, we're unlicensed, whatever. So I just wanna make it very clear that that that you're talking about an exception to the law, which I'm happy to let people be aware of. And maybe there should be some redress by the legislature. But I don't wanna leave the impression because we don't know stored. Sure. Intentional. We don't even know. Stewart Stewart, wait a second. Now as the as the judge in the courtroom, I'm gonna rule that inadmissible because even raising that issue, it would appear that this was a horrific mistake in some sort of judgment. There was a case in San Bruno California about six or seven years ago where again, the amount of pressure that was put into lines exceeded the capacity of the lines and the sporadic nature here. So as I said, I want to litigate this with you. But as as the judge in this court of public opinion, there's no suggestion whatsoever. That there was any intention involved in this whatsoever. So I hope you'll ex- except that that caution. No, I do I do. But my point being that if you have people that are inexperienced unlicensed bipedal. Stewart Stewart you've made that point once again by re-emphasizing it I think that we're not I think we're going off track a little bit. So look keep in touch. Thank you very much. Six one seven two five four thirty triple eight nine two nine hundred thirty. We do not have the bottom of the hour newscast. I think all of you pretty much know what is going on there..
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"Wrap this up so i'm just gonna say if you thing only terry's big in time so those are the two takeaways and now we'll go onto the thing i came here for like yeah so there you go the breaking news this morning now they're there signaling the talks may happen again soon or may still happen i don't know it's confusing but there you go by the way we are indeed first of all there's a few things here that are really why people came because listen morial day we're gonna be playing and we've got a few on the table as it were right john being banned from talking about hours and unfunny war terrible terrible that i'm being censored by the buses is somehow manages to drone on and on despite any real teeth indeed sources my sources are telling me a lot of disturbing things about john separate chetty but i'm not allowed to talk about oh i like that better at least at least it's like you're being censored that's better yeah no totally being censored yes i'm being oppressed she see them oppressing me it's part of it's part of how the elites of suppress servative thought culture find it epa chetty powerful zappa chetty has mouthpiece in puppet show yeah absolutely reported the same continuum the the herald elite insider some sh meet the sh mass but i'll tell you i tell you it's not gonna stop my sources from texting me with the juicy tidbits who has been harmed in the reign of terror that is for ville somerville ian longtime somerville ian winthrop winthrop now and i got some went through i live very close to winter i know the people there they've told me some things i just but i can't talk about him i you know i've been told i can't talk about i'm i don't wanna be suspended but i just move on before i get in trouble i don't get in trouble potato so these are the things that we have on the table for discussion today we have a top five list that the new york times has put out the the lion times on what the top summer fruits are you.
"winthrop winthrop" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"We've got a few on the table as it were what's up jedi right i'm being banned from talking about four hours be at the heritage and unfunny war terrible that i'm being censored by the bus is somehow manages to drone on and on despite any real teeth indeed sources my sources are telling me a lot of disturbing things about john separate chetty but i'm not allowed to talk about oh i like that better at least at least it's like you're being censored that's better no totally being censored i'm being oppressed she see them oppressing me it's part of it's part of how the elites of suppressed culture right i meant the harold i'm trying to talk about chetty powerful zappa chetty he has mouthpiece in puppets sherbro the same the same continuum the the herald elite insider some schmidt the sh mass but i'll tell you i tell you it's not gonna stop my sources from texting me with the juicy tidbits who has been harmed in the reign of terror that is reveal somerville ian longtime somerville ian winthrop winthrop now and i got some winter i live very close to winter the people there they've told me some things but i can't talk about you know i've been told i can't talk about i'm i don't wanna be suspended but i i just move on before i get in trouble i don't get in trouble appetite so these are the things that we have on the table for discussion today we have a top five list that the new york times has put out the the lion times on what the top summer fruits are you probably guess what number one is i have a tremendous issue with it but we will indeed be visiting all of the fruits on the list and it is all fruits it funny and try with tomato by the way the stupid just a fruit it is but it's would be a poor man's attempt g annoying should just a terrible people that's like one of the things people know it's like i mean we're talking about north korea it's like people who correct you in saying mr john people are like you know technically north korean south korea civil war.
"winthrop winthrop" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Hundred forty one forty nine next update at six ten freddie hammer wbz traffic some clouds start to come in the afternoon seventy two degrees so paul no not a bad day tonight occasional rain showers down near fifty five tomorrow's when the change comes in periods of rain in the morning near sixty degrees in the first half of the day that's when our high will happen falling temperatures with gusty breeze kicking up out of the north northwest fortyfive by let's say five or six in the evening and then a chance of showers into tomorrow evening then colder overnight into the mid thirty s sunshine returns and cool upper fifties coming in on sunday chance of showers on monday i'm meteorologist ray stagich from the weather channel news talk eleven ten and ninety nine three wbz weather thanks to get my perks dot com but right now it's clear forty five raheel fortythree in uptown more resume last month's killing of a sixty three you will ruin county woman old dimitri clark is charged with the murder of his grandmother insiders salisbury home and now to manner charge in connection with the crime clark's pocketbooks swipe during robbery credit card used after her death at several different locations police arresting craig helms junior and corey harrington for doing that not yet clear would cause thursday's blaze that rector rock hill church pastor gospel night baptists near winthrop winthrop university says little bounce back got a raise he knows all things pass president future and we're just going to trust him for the days of the fire was have church law requires state law enforcement division agents and the atf report of the investigation dui charges filed against the sixty one you'll driver of a charter bus headed to the masters the crash thursday georgia interstate injuring fifteen passengers as part of a deal to settle claims it illegally spied on muslims for years after the nine eleven islamic terrorist attacks the new york police department al agreeing not to conduct surveillance based on religion or ethnicity president trump speaking for the first time about the payment is personal attorney made to that porn star president trump says he did not know about the one hundred and thirty thousand dollar payment his personal attorney michael cohen made to adult film actress stormy daniels.
"winthrop winthrop" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Di named john winthrop's winthrop was the elected leader of the colonist news very clear about what they were doing their new world they were creating god's kingdom on earth who's gonna be a religious community they would obey god's laws that was the point of it his young roger williams at the radical idea that need they should be a separation of church and state on this new continent several the powersthatbe including john with you at this point as the governor of massachusetts got together and agree that this could not stand this radical anti christian agenda had no place on this new continent and they voted to expel roger williams senna back to england in this dark our one person steps in secret wait to help williams that person was the governor of massachusetts williams main adversary john winthrop's there are all these fascinating hints that winterbrook lights roger williams this is ted widmer historian director of the kirby center for research at the library of congress and by the way from speechwriter for president clinton and fact at the crucial moment when roger williams is about to be arrested and put on a ship and sent back to england winthrop sends word privately it we don't quite know how that williams really ought to go down to near against the day in and winthrop helps them to escape even as he's publicly voting for his banishment williams does good arrogance at bay when he found the state of rhode island and then he and the guy who's administration just kicked an out had this kind of amazing correspondence which last few years the governor winthrop wanted to hear how williams were surviving.