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Optimal Finance Daily
2122: Stranger In A Strange Land by Jacob Lund Fisker

Optimal Finance Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 12:21


Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme shares his thoughts on being a stranger in a strange land. Episode 2122: Stranger In A Strange Land by Jacob Lund Fisker Jacob Lund Fisker was a nuclear astrophysicist who retired at 33 with what he believes to be enough savings to last the rest of his life — even if he never works again. His "claim to fame" is the Early Retirement Extreme site, which is effectively a philosophy of life. ERE is a set of values and principles that gives readers the freedom and opportunity to live an exciting and interesting life. The original post is located here: http://earlyretirementextreme.com/stranger-in-a-strange-land.html  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Optimal Finance Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY
2122: Stranger In A Strange Land by Jacob Lund Fisker

Optimal Finance Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 12:21


Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme shares his thoughts on being a stranger in a strange land. Episode 2122: Stranger In A Strange Land by Jacob Lund Fisker Jacob Lund Fisker was a nuclear astrophysicist who retired at 33 with what he believes to be enough savings to last the rest of his life — even if he never works again. His "claim to fame" is the Early Retirement Extreme site, which is effectively a philosophy of life. ERE is a set of values and principles that gives readers the freedom and opportunity to live an exciting and interesting life. The original post is located here: http://earlyretirementextreme.com/stranger-in-a-strange-land.html  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Talk Talent To Me
ERE Editor Vadim Liberman

Talk Talent To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 35:39


Vadim Liberman, editor at ERE, shares some of the most insightful highlights from ERE's recent publications as well as featured speakers from ERE & SourceCon conferences. Vadim explains what the most exciting pitches he hears have in common, and what he wants to see the recruiting space cover in more detail. Key Points From This Episode: Vadim gives some broad information about ERE and the brands that fall under the umbrella.  Reflections on ERE's most recent conference in Atlanta. The rising trend towards finding roles that better fit each individual.  Standout elements of the recruiting landscape right now; Vadim's perspective.   Investigating the grey and examples of why nuance is important in the talent field.   Weighing the usefulness of using quality-of-hire as a metric.  Vadim's thoughts on the hiring ideas that have been overused at this point  Why the data and methodology are important to back up findings and big claims.   Elevating the dialogue around candidate experience beyond the basics.  Bridging the gap between conference content and the reality for recruiting professionals.  Vadim's opinion about the topics in the recruiting space that deserve more attention.    Tweetables:   “I think that any time something still feels new, there's going to be resistance to it. So when talent leaders are committed to doing it the old or traditional ways, that's just general resistance to change.” — @VadimsViews [0:08:45]   “The other elephant in the room is that when you have a good employee on your team, as a manager, you don't necessarily want to lose them.” — @VadimsViews [0:10:03]   “I like anything that feels different, that feels contrarian, that piggybacks off of current news.” — @VadimsViews [0:11:08]   Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:   Vadim Liberman ERE Vadim Liberman on Twitter Vadim Liberman on LinkedIn SourceCon Talk Talent to Me Hired

Presbyterian Church of the Covenant Podcast
Christ the King Sunday, November 20, 2022

Presbyterian Church of the Covenant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 85:12


PreludeWelcome & News of the ChurchCall to WorshipHymn of Praise - (#387) "We Gather Together"Message for Children & YouthPraise SongsConfession and AssuranceGloria PatriOrdination & Installation of Elders & DeaconsAffirmation of FaithChoral AnthemSermon - "Let's Celebrate & Be Festive" (Psalm 118:1–4, 15–24) - by Amy Hemseri-SabalaHymn of Response - (#365) "My Tribute"OffertoryDoxologyPastoral PrayerSending Hymn - (#392) "Come, Ye Thankful People, Come" (verses 1–3)BenedictionPostludeIf you'd like to send tithes or offerings by mail, please usePresbyterian Church of the CovenantP.O. Box 2128Costa Mesa, CA 92628We Gather TogetherWe gather together to as the Lord's blessing—He chastens and hastens His will to make knownThe wicked oppressing now cease from distressing: Sing praises to His name—He forgets not His own. Beside us to guide us, our God with us joining, Ordaining, maintaining His kingdom divine; So from the beginning the fight we were winning: Thou, Lord, wast at our side—all glory be Thine. We all do extol Thee, Thou leader triumphant, And pray that Thou still our defender wilt be; Let Thy congregation escape tribulation: Thy name be ever praised! O Lord, make us free! AmenMy TributeHow can I say thanks for the things You have done for me? Things so undeserved, Yet You gave to prove Your love for me; The voices of a million angels could not express my garatitude. All that I am, and ever hope to be; I owe it all to Thee. To God be the glory, To God be the glory, To God be the glory, For the things He has done. With His blood He has saved me; With His power He has raised me; To God be the glory for the things He has done. Just let me live my life—Let it be pleasing, Lord, to Thee; And if I gain any priase, Let it go to Calvary. With His blood He has saved me; With His power He has raised me; To God be the glory for the things He has done. Come, Ye Thankful People, ComeCome, ye thankful people, come, Raise the song of harvest-home; All is safely gathered in, Ere the winter storms begin: God, our Maker, doth provide For our wants to be supplied; Come to God's own temple, com, Raise the song of harvest-home. All the world is God's own field, Fruit unto His praise to yield; Wheat and tares together sown, Unto joy or sorrows grown: First the blade, and then the ear, Then the full corn shall appear; Lord of harvest, grant that we Wholesome grain and pure may be. For the Lord our God shall come And shall take His harvest-home; From His field shall in that day All offenses purge away, Give His angels charge at last In the fire the tares to cast, But the fruitful ears to store In His garner evermore. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Naples Community Church's Podcast
Happiness Doubled by Wonder

Naples Community Church's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 16:47


November 20, 2022 Preparation for Worship Time for Gathering Opening Hymn “Come Ye Thankful People Come” Come ye thankful people come Raise the song of harvest-home All is safely gathered in Ere the winter storms begin God our Maker doth provide For our wants to be supplied Come to God's own temple come Raise the song of harvest-home All the world is God's own field Fruit unto His praise to yield Wheat and tares together sown Unto joy or sorrow grown First the blade and then the ear Then the full corn shall appear Lord of harvest grant that we Wholesome grain and pure may be For the Lord our God shall come And shall take His harvest home From His field shall in that day All offenses purge away Give His angels charge at last In the fire the tares to cast But the fruitful ears to store In His garner evermore Even so Lord quickly come To Thy final harvest-home Gather Thou Thy people in Free from sorrow free from sin There forever purified In Thy presence to abide Come with all Thine angels come Raise the glorious harvest-home Amen! Prayer of Praise Song of Worship Prayers of the Church and Prayer of our Lord Offering and Doxology Scripture Lesson Ephesians 5:15-20 Sermon Happiness Doubled by Wonder Closing Hymn “Now Thank We All Our God” Now thank we all our God With heart and hands and voices Who wondrous things has done In whom His world rejoices Who from our mother's arms Has blessed us on our way With countless gifts of love And still is ours today O may this bounteous God Through all our life be near us With ever joyful hearts And blessed peace to cheer us To keep us in His grace And guide us when perplexed And free us from all ills Of this world in the next All praise and thanks to God The Father now be given The Son and Him who reigns With them in highest heaven The one eternal God Whom heaven and earth adore For thus it was is now And shall be evermore Amen! Benediction: • Sunday Prayer: Sundays @ 9:30 AM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom • Bible Study: Every other Monday @ 12 & 6 PM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom, no Bible study this week • Issues Hour: Wednesdays @ 11 AM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom, no class this week • Thank you to Karen & John Boatright for providing the cookies today. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/naplescommunitychurch/message

Radio Libertad Constituyente
Legislación de Pepa Gotera y Otilia

Radio Libertad Constituyente

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 39:12


Hoy en el capítulo nº 46 del programa «La partidocracia entre líneas» Pedro Manuel González y Fernando de las Heras analizan la actualidad relativa a las consecuencias de la nueva ley conocida como "solo sí es sí", el caso ERE y la secesión catalana. ----------- ¡APÓYANOS! - Vía iVoox: haz clic en APOYAR (botón de color azul). - Vía Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=Y4WYL3BBYVVY4 - Vía Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MCRC_es ------------ mcrc.es diariorc.com yonovoto.info

Fail Faster
#300 - Fail quickly, fail often

Fail Faster

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 41:23


Raghav Singh has over twenty years of experience in product management leadership. He currently is a Director of Product Management at Salesforce and has previously worked at IBM, Oracle, and Inform. He has launched over 20 products and has twice won an award for the "Top New Product' at the HR Technology Conference. He is an author and frequently posts on talent and technology-related topics at ERE and TLNT.

Andalucía Informa - Europa Press
Andalucía Informa 16 de noviembre de 2022

Andalucía Informa - Europa Press

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 4:25


Bienvenidos a Andalucía Informa, un podcast de Europa Press. En este espacio podrás conocer en unos minutos las noticias más relevantes de nuestra comunidad. Hoy es 16 de noviembre y estas son algunas de las informaciones más destacadas en nuestra agencia. El PSOE-A se solidariza con Griñán y los otros siete condenados por los ERE "injustamente tratados"  Moreno pide "serenidad" ante las movilizaciones sanitarias para evitar "contagiarse" de otras situaciones en España Granada se reivindica en Madrid como "capital nacional de la Inteligencia Artificial" Recuerda que puedes encontrar estas y otras muchas noticias en la sección de Andalucía en nuestra web europapress.es. 

La Diez Capital Radio
Informativo; La Diez Capital Radio (16-11-2022)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 22:34


Informativo de primera hora del miércoles 16 de Noviembre de 2022 en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio. Hoy en el mundo, ya vivimos 8.000 millones de habitantes (8 billones de habitantes). Este año han nacido 200 millones de habitantes y han muerto 58 millones. La diferencia es de 142 millones en positivo. En 1955 éramos en el mundo 2,700 millones. Las previsiones para el 2050 es de 9700 millones de habitantes. En 100 años habremos crecido 7000 millones de habitantes. Hoy se cumplen 267 días del cruel ataque e invasión de Rusia a Ucrania. Hoy es Miércoles 16 de noviembre de 2022. Buenos días Ucrania. Día Internacional del Patrimonio Mundial El 16 de noviembre se celebra el Día Internacional del Patrimonio Mundial, una fecha emblemática, en la cual se estableció un acuerdo para la protección, cuidado y preservación de todos los sitios naturales y culturales que existen sobre el planeta. El Patrimonio Mundial constituye todos los bienes naturales y culturales que existen en el mundo y que forman parte de la riqueza y la herencia de toda la humanidad. De ahí la importancia de su cuidado, protección y preservación. Italia 51 China 50 España 45 1869.- Se inaugura oficialmente en Egipto el Canal de Suez, una de las vías artificiales de navegación más grandes del mundo que conecta Europa, África y Asia. 1923: En Estados Unidos se crea la Interpol. 1945: En Londres (Reino Unido), los representantes de 44 países acuerdan crear la UNESCO. 1950.- El decimocuarto Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, es entronizado como rey absoluto del Tíbet, tras la invasión del Ejército Popular de Liberación de China en 1949. 1977: En el Consejo de Europa se aprueba por unanimidad el ingreso de España (recién salida de la dictadura franquista) en ese organismo. 2018.- En Francia, se producen las primeras movilizaciones de los "chalecos amarillos", movimiento social de protesta que surge por la subida del precio de los carburantes y la pérdida de poder adquisitivo. Santos: Isabel de Hungría, Lisardo, Victoria, Dionisio y Aniano. La población mundial alcanza las 8 000 millones de personas La OTAN y la UE, en alerta máxima tras caer misiles en Polonia, con dos muertos Rusia lanza un centenar de misiles contra Ucrania. ERC no se fía de Sánchez: impone un calendario para derogar la sedición antes de votar los Presupuestos. La reforma de la malversación que el Gobierno hará por Junqueras y Griñán beneficiará a otros 526 corruptos. La Audiencia de Sevilla, en un auto fechado este martes, ha resuelto que el ex presidente socialista andaluz José Antonio Griñán y otros siete ex altos cargos de la Junta condenados en el caso ERE deben ingresar en prisión en un plazo de diez días, sin esperar al trámite del indulto que cocina el Gobierno de Pedro Sánchez ni a la reforma del delito de malversación que también prepara en connivencia con los independentistas de ERC. La inflación se modera al 7,3% en octubre por la luz y el gas, pero los alimentos se disparan un 15%. Los españoles compran menos alimentos básicos: la venta de carne, pescado y verduras cae hasta un 15%. Las RUP piden a Bruselas que su apoyo pase de las palabras a los hechos. Torres ha recordado que ya se ha conseguido un compromiso de la Comisión Europea de que las RUP estarán exceptuadas de la nueva fiscalidad verde al transporte aéreo y marítimo. Canarias y el resto de Regiones Ultraperiféricas afean a la Comisión Europea su nulo apoyo con los menores migrantes. “Sigue siendo imprescindible la solidaridad compartida de todos los Estados miembros para encontrar una respuesta global a un reto común de toda la UE”, han expuesto este martes en Bruselas. El juez firma la liquidación de JSP y la extinción laboral definitiva de los 140 trabajadores que quedaban. El administrador concursal lamenta la situación e indica que el momento «no es bueno». Se prevé que el proceso de venta se alargue hasta 2023. Por ahora solo hay una oferta de Quesos Valsequillo por la planta de leche y que está en estudio. Canarias gasta 1,4 millones en un portal de venta de productos agroalimentarios que solo obtiene 8.000 euros al mes. “Después de un año tenemos 60 productores y más de 400 referencias, pero creemos que podremos seguir creciendo muchísimo”, dice la consejera de Agricultura, Alicia Vanoostende. Los camioneros canarios decidirán en una nueva asamblea si mantienen el paro. Tienen pendiente una reunión con el consejero de Transportes del Gobierno de Canarias para trasladarles sus reivindicaciones. Cada canario gastará 48,18 euros de media en lotería para el 'Gordo'. Las islas continúan siendo de las comunidades autónomas que menos invierten en el sorteo extraordinario, ascendiendo la media nacional a 69,36 euros. Hoy en 1961 nacía hace 61 años Sabino Méndez, músico, de la banda Loquillo y los Trogloditas

La Diez Capital Radio
El Remate, los alimentos se disparan un 15% (16-11-2022)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 143:11


Programa de actualidad informativa, presentaod y dirigido por Miguel Angel González Suárez. www.ladiez.es - Informativo de primera hora del miércoles 16 de Noviembre de 2022 en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio. Hoy en el mundo, ya vivimos 8.000 millones de habitantes (8 billones de habitantes). Este año han nacido 200 millones de habitantes y han muerto 58 millones. La diferencia es de 142 millones en positivo. En 1955 éramos en el mundo 2,700 millones. Las previsiones para el 2050 es de 9700 millones de habitantes. En 100 años habremos crecido 7000 millones de habitantes. Hoy se cumplen 267 días del cruel ataque e invasión de Rusia a Ucrania. Hoy es Miércoles 16 de noviembre de 2022. Buenos días Ucrania. Día Internacional del Patrimonio Mundial El 16 de noviembre se celebra el Día Internacional del Patrimonio Mundial, una fecha emblemática, en la cual se estableció un acuerdo para la protección, cuidado y preservación de todos los sitios naturales y culturales que existen sobre el planeta. El Patrimonio Mundial constituye todos los bienes naturales y culturales que existen en el mundo y que forman parte de la riqueza y la herencia de toda la humanidad. De ahí la importancia de su cuidado, protección y preservación. Italia 51 China 50 España 45 1869.- Se inaugura oficialmente en Egipto el Canal de Suez, una de las vías artificiales de navegación más grandes del mundo que conecta Europa, África y Asia. 1923: En Estados Unidos se crea la Interpol. 1945: En Londres (Reino Unido), los representantes de 44 países acuerdan crear la UNESCO. 1950.- El decimocuarto Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, es entronizado como rey absoluto del Tíbet, tras la invasión del Ejército Popular de Liberación de China en 1949. 1977: En el Consejo de Europa se aprueba por unanimidad el ingreso de España (recién salida de la dictadura franquista) en ese organismo. 2018.- En Francia, se producen las primeras movilizaciones de los "chalecos amarillos", movimiento social de protesta que surge por la subida del precio de los carburantes y la pérdida de poder adquisitivo. Santos: Isabel de Hungría, Lisardo, Victoria, Dionisio y Aniano. La población mundial alcanza las 8 000 millones de personas La OTAN y la UE, en alerta máxima tras caer misiles en Polonia, con dos muertos Rusia lanza un centenar de misiles contra Ucrania. ERC no se fía de Sánchez: impone un calendario para derogar la sedición antes de votar los Presupuestos. La reforma de la malversación que el Gobierno hará por Junqueras y Griñán beneficiará a otros 526 corruptos. La Audiencia de Sevilla, en un auto fechado este martes, ha resuelto que el ex presidente socialista andaluz José Antonio Griñán y otros siete ex altos cargos de la Junta condenados en el caso ERE deben ingresar en prisión en un plazo de diez días, sin esperar al trámite del indulto que cocina el Gobierno de Pedro Sánchez ni a la reforma del delito de malversación que también prepara en connivencia con los independentistas de ERC. La inflación se modera al 7,3% en octubre por la luz y el gas, pero los alimentos se disparan un 15%. Los españoles compran menos alimentos básicos: la venta de carne, pescado y verduras cae hasta un 15%. Las RUP piden a Bruselas que su apoyo pase de las palabras a los hechos. Torres ha recordado que ya se ha conseguido un compromiso de la Comisión Europea de que las RUP estarán exceptuadas de la nueva fiscalidad verde al transporte aéreo y marítimo. Canarias y el resto de Regiones Ultraperiféricas afean a la Comisión Europea su nulo apoyo con los menores migrantes. “Sigue siendo imprescindible la solidaridad compartida de todos los Estados miembros para encontrar una respuesta global a un reto común de toda la UE”, han expuesto este martes en Bruselas. El juez firma la liquidación de JSP y la extinción laboral definitiva de los 140 trabajadores que quedaban. El administrador concursal lamenta la situación e indica que el momento «no es bueno». Se prevé que el proceso de venta se alargue hasta 2023. Por ahora solo hay una oferta de Quesos Valsequillo por la planta de leche y que está en estudio. Canarias gasta 1,4 millones en un portal de venta de productos agroalimentarios que solo obtiene 8.000 euros al mes. “Después de un año tenemos 60 productores y más de 400 referencias, pero creemos que podremos seguir creciendo muchísimo”, dice la consejera de Agricultura, Alicia Vanoostende. Los camioneros canarios decidirán en una nueva asamblea si mantienen el paro. Tienen pendiente una reunión con el consejero de Transportes del Gobierno de Canarias para trasladarles sus reivindicaciones. Cada canario gastará 48,18 euros de media en lotería para el 'Gordo'. Las islas continúan siendo de las comunidades autónomas que menos invierten en el sorteo extraordinario, ascendiendo la media nacional a 69,36 euros. Hoy en 1961 nacía hace 61 años Sabino Méndez, músico, de la banda Loquillo y los Trogloditas. - Sección de actualidad informativa con mucho Humor inteligente o Britamico en el programa El Remate de Miguel Angel González Suárez, en La Diez Capital Radio con el periodista palmero y socarrón, José Juan Pérez Capote, El Número Uno. - Sección de actualidad informativa en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital radio, con Los Hermanos Pinzones que eran unos mari… con el periodista, Francisco Pallero y comunicador Antonio Molano. Hablamos de los humano y lo Divino… - Entrevista en el programa El Remate de La Diez capital radio al Presidente de la empresa especializada en plagas Faycanes, José Antonio García Fuertes.

Andalucía Informa - Europa Press
Andalucía Informa 15 de noviembre de 2022

Andalucía Informa - Europa Press

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 4:14


Bienvenidos a Andalucía Informa, un podcast de Europa Press. En este espacio podrás conocer en unos minutos las noticias más relevantes de nuestra comunidad. Hoy es 15 de noviembre y estas son algunas de las informaciones más destacadas en nuestra agencia. La Audiencia da diez días a Griñán y otros siete condenados en los ERE para su ingreso voluntario en prisión Andalucía aprobará el certificado 'Carbono Zero' a empresas que reduzcan emisiones de CO2 La Junta ofrece "diálogo permanente" tras conocerse la convocatoria de protestas este mes por la sanidad pública Recuerda que puedes encontrar estas y otras muchas noticias en la sección de Andalucía en nuestra web europapress.es. 

Más Noticias
Monólogo de Alsina: "Próxima estación: la malversación"

Más Noticias

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 10:03


Carlos Alsina critica en su monólogo la voluntad del Gobierno de reformar el Código Penal para eliminar la sedición y la malversación, librando de posibles penas de prisión a cargos del gobierno catalán que promovió la sedición y aliviando la situación penal de José Antonio Griñán, condenado por los ERE de Andalucía. 

Optimal Finance Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY
2097: Travel, Tourism, and Living Abroad by Jacob Lund Fisker

Optimal Finance Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 13:03


Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme shares his thoughts on travel, tourism and living abroad. Episode 2097: Travel, Tourism, and Living Abroad by Jacob Lund Fisker Jacob Lund Fisker was a nuclear astrophysicist who retired at 33 with what he believes to be enough savings to last the rest of his life — even if he never works again. His "claim to fame" is the Early Retirement Extreme site, which is effectively a philosophy of life. ERE is a set of values and principles that gives readers the freedom and opportunity to live an exciting and interesting life. The original post is located here: http://earlyretirementextreme.com/travel-tourism-and-living-abroad.html  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Optimal Finance Daily
2097: Travel, Tourism, and Living Abroad by Jacob Lund Fisker

Optimal Finance Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 13:03


Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme shares his thoughts on travel, tourism and living abroad. Episode 2097: Travel, Tourism, and Living Abroad by Jacob Lund Fisker Jacob Lund Fisker was a nuclear astrophysicist who retired at 33 with what he believes to be enough savings to last the rest of his life — even if he never works again. His "claim to fame" is the Early Retirement Extreme site, which is effectively a philosophy of life. ERE is a set of values and principles that gives readers the freedom and opportunity to live an exciting and interesting life. The original post is located here: http://earlyretirementextreme.com/travel-tourism-and-living-abroad.html  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bala Extra
Entrevista de historia: el renacido nacionalismo español

Bala Extra

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 56:26


Por segunda vez se pasa por las entrevistas de los viernes de Bala Extra, @jagospierre, Jagoba Álvarez Ereño, historiador y profesor de historia. Nos cuenta de la reciente celebración del 12 de octubre y del renacido "nacionalismo español

El podcast de Francisco Marhuenda
Griñán y el control del Constitucional

El podcast de Francisco Marhuenda

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 4:07


No hay duda de que el Gobierno tiene un grave problema con el indulto de Griñán. Es una condena en firme por uno de los mayores escándalos de corrupción de la Historia de España.

A vivir que son dos días
Visión semanal informativa | "No somos banqueros, somos bancarios"

A vivir que son dos días

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 21:33


Desde las fusiones en el sector bancario, las reestructuraciones y los ERE que conllevaron, los trabajadores han ido sufriendo un deterioro de sus condiciones de trabajo y los empleados están obligados a actuar, además, como agentes comerciales. La reestructuración del sector financiero ha supuesto un ajuste de 115.000 empleos. Begoña Peiró, presidenta del Sindicato de Empleados de Caixabank: "Yo no entré en un banco para vender televisores ni coches"

AWR Yoruba / èdèe Yorùbá
KO ENU RE NI EKO

AWR Yoruba / èdèe Yorùbá

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 29:00


EGBE NI FUN ENITI NJE ERE IJEKUJE

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism
2514: Lack of Intrinsic Motivation Will Destroy Your Early Retirement by Jacob Lund Fisker

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 15:06


Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme warns us of the risks of not having intrinsic motivation. Episode 2514: Lack of Intrinsic Motivation Will Destroy Your Early Retirement by Jacob Lund Fisker Jacob Lund Fisker was a nuclear astrophysicist who retired at 33 with what he believes to be enough savings to last the rest of his life — even if he never works again. His “claim to fame” is the Early Retirement Extreme site, which is effectively a philosophy of life. ERE is a set of values and principles that gives readers the freedom and opportunity to live an exciting and interesting life. The original post is located here: http://earlyretirementextreme.com/lack-of-intrinsic-motivation.html  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Optimal Living Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY
2514: Lack of Intrinsic Motivation Will Destroy Your Early Retirement by Jacob Lund Fisker

Optimal Living Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 15:06


Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme warns us of the risks of not having intrinsic motivation. Episode 2514: Lack of Intrinsic Motivation Will Destroy Your Early Retirement by Jacob Lund Fisker Jacob Lund Fisker was a nuclear astrophysicist who retired at 33 with what he believes to be enough savings to last the rest of his life — even if he never works again. His “claim to fame” is the Early Retirement Extreme site, which is effectively a philosophy of life. ERE is a set of values and principles that gives readers the freedom and opportunity to live an exciting and interesting life. The original post is located here: http://earlyretirementextreme.com/lack-of-intrinsic-motivation.html  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Optimal Living Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY
2514: Lack of Intrinsic Motivation Will Destroy Your Early Retirement by Jacob Lund Fisker

Optimal Living Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 15:06


Jacob Lund Fisker of Early Retirement Extreme warns us of the risks of not having intrinsic motivation. Episode 2514: Lack of Intrinsic Motivation Will Destroy Your Early Retirement by Jacob Lund Fisker Jacob Lund Fisker was a nuclear astrophysicist who retired at 33 with what he believes to be enough savings to last the rest of his life — even if he never works again. His “claim to fame” is the Early Retirement Extreme site, which is effectively a philosophy of life. ERE is a set of values and principles that gives readers the freedom and opportunity to live an exciting and interesting life. The original post is located here: http://earlyretirementextreme.com/lack-of-intrinsic-motivation.html  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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AWON ERE IGBORAN NI A RI NINU DEUTERONOMI 28

Hoy por Hoy
El Abierto | La desigualdad en la atención sanitaria, los errores de la pandemia y el doble rasero del PP

Hoy por Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 68:13


Análisis con Javier Aroca, Carlos Sánchez e Ignacio Escolar. Reportaje sobre la situación de las listas de espera en las distintas comunidades autónomas. Informe de The Lancet sobre los errores en la gestión de la pandemia. El PP y sus incongruencias sobre los planes energéticos de la Unión Europea y España. Y el Supremo confirma la sentencia de los ERE

Hoy por Hoy
Hoy por Hoy | La Unión Europea se rearma, un posible indulto a Griñán y radiografía de las listas de espera

Hoy por Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 160:05


La UE se rearma frente a Rusia y presenta un plan energético con el que espera apaciguar los efectos económicos de la guerra en Ucrania. Un plan muy similar al del Gobierno español pero donde el PP ha mantenido posturas diferentes, apoyando el europeo y en contra del de La Moncloa. El Supremo ha ratificado la sentencia de la ERE donde se condena a Griñán a seis años de cárcel, ya se plantea un indulto y será el Gobierno quien tenga que decidir. Y hacemos un repaso de la situación de la atención primaria en las Comunidades Autónomas, en los retrasos en las citas y las litas de espera para pruebas médicas y ver a especialistas.

Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso
Las Mañanas de RNE - Cuca Gamarra (PP): "Es impresentable que se hable de indultar a Griñán"

Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 27:12


Cuca Gamarra, secretaria general del Partido Popular, ha hablado en Las Mañanas de RNE sobre la solicitud de indulto del expresidente de la Junta de Andalucía, José Antonio Griñán, tras la sentencia del caso de los ERE: “Creo que no está a la altura de lo que merecen los españoles”, ha argumentado la portavoz, que además recrimina al presidente del Gobierno que no haya pedido disculpas a los andaluces tras, lo que señala, es el “mayor caso de corrupción” de nuestro país. Por otro lado, ha acusado al Gobierno de “perseguir al Partido Popular”, a raíz del anuncio de la nueva comisión que se creará como prolongación de la operación Kitchen, y de no estar prestando atención a los verdaderos problemas de los españoles, haciendo referencia a la subida de los precios. Sobre esto, recalca que no apoyarán ningún tipo de medida recaudatoria ya que, señala: “La recaudación no es un problema. El problema es que los españoles no tienen dinero en los bolsillos”, e insiste en que la única solución “inmediata” es “la bajada del IVA de los productos”, alegando que “no puede ser excusa” que deba pasar por una aprobación previa de Bruselas. “Las medidas tienen que tener un efecto directo e inmediato en las facturas”, ha subrayado Gamarra, y ha comentado que “si el Gobierno rectifica en la dirección correcta” contará con el apoyo del Partido Popular. Sobre la renovación del Consejo General del Poder Judicial, ha indicado que desde el Partido Popular abogan por que “los jueces elijan a los jueces” para “proteger y garantizar” la separación de poderes, y acusa al Gobierno y al socio de la coalición de “estar bloqueando la justicia en España”. Escuchar audio

Andalucía Informativos
Informativo Andalucía Mañana 15/09/2022

Andalucía Informativos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 14:49


La sentencia del Supremo del caso de los ERE concluye que los expresidentes andaluces Manuel Chaves y Jose Antonio Griñán conocían la ilegalidad del sistema de ayudas y no hicieron nada por evitarlo. En un voto particular dos de los cinco magistrados desvinculan a Grñián y a otros cuatro exaltos cargos del delito de malversación y centran el fraude en la Consejería de Empleo. Hoy empieza el curso escolar para los 855.000 alumnos de Secundaria, Bachilerato, FP y Educación de adultos.  Escuchar audio

Más de uno
Monólogo de Alsina: "El coste de indultar"

Más de uno

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 10:17


Carlos Alsina reflexiona en 'Más de uno' sobre el posible indulto que prepara el Gobierno a José Antonio Griñán, ex presidente de la Junta de Andalucía, condenado por el Tribunal Supremo a seis años de cárcel por prevaricación y malversación de dinero público en el caso de los ERE. 

24 horas
24 horas - José María Calero, abogado de Griñán: "La sentencia del Supremo vulnera la presunción de inocencia"

24 horas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 17:29


El vicepresidente de la Junta de Andalucía, José Antonio Griñán, ha sido condenado a seis años de cárcel por un delito de malversación en el caso de los ERE. El Tribunal Supremo considera que la cúpula del Gobierno andaluz creó y mantuvo, entre los años 2000 y 2009, un sistema de concesión de ayudas sociolaborales pensado para evitar “todo control administrativo”, disponiendo del dinero público “de forma discrecional” y “al margen de toda legalidad”. La resolución cuenta con el voto particular de dos magistradas, que consideran que Griñán y otros cuatro ex altos cargos de la Junta no malversaron, por lo que consideran excesiva la pena de cárcel.En el informativo 24 horas de RNE, José María Calero, abogado de la defensa de José Antonio Griñán, ha explicado que están preparando un incidente de nulidad contra la sentencia, basado en tres apartados. En primer lugar, considera irregular su modo de publicación, un mes después del anuncio de la condena. Considera, además, que "hay recursos de casación  que no han sido respondidos en la sentencia". Por último, insiste en que el Tribunal Supremo se extralimita en sus conclusiones: "Vulnera el principio de presunción de inocencia, llega a dar por aceditados hechos que no se probaron en la Audiencia de Sevilla".Calero confía en que la justicia no haga efectiva la entrada en prisión de su defendido: "¿Qué sentido tendría ordenar el ingreso en prisión de una persona para que, en unos meses, hubiera una resolución del Tribunal Constitucional? Una resolución perfectamente posible que dejara sin efecto el delito de malversación". Sobre el indulto solicitado al Gobierno, afirma que "es eminentemente familiar" y que "no tiene una naturaleza política".Escuchar audio

Más de uno
Tertulia: ¿Concederá el Gobierno el indulto a Griñán?

Más de uno

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 72:24


Con Joaquín Manso, Toni Bolaño, Marta García Aller, José Antonio Vera y Rubén Amón, analizamos los asuntos de actualidad de la jornada como, la sentencia que confirma la condena de cárcel a Griñán y Chaves por el caso ERE y la posibilidad de un indulto por parte del Gobierno. Por otro lado, hablamos de la situación de la guerra de Ucrania tras la contraofensiva, y entrevistamos al Alto Representante de la Política Exterior de la UE, Josep Borrell. Además, hablamos de la propuesta de la Comisión Europea para frenar el precio de la energía y entrevistamos al responsable global del área de sostenibilidad de BBVA, Javier Rodríguez Soler.    

Es la Mañana de Federico
Resumen de prensa: Griñán sí malversó en el caso de los ERE

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 10:01


La prensa recoge cómo el TS confirma las condenas a Chaves y Griñán por los ERE y cómo el Gobierno podría indultarlos.

Es la Mañana de Federico
La República de los Tonnntos: A los progres no les basta que la Sirenita sea negra, ahora quieren un "cuerpo no normativo"

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 12:48


Santi González comenta la reacción del Gobierno a la sentencia del TS sobre los ERE y las exigencias de los progres con la Sirenita.

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 6: El TS confirma las condenas a Griñán y Chaves

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 42:16


Federico analiza cómo el TS ha confirmado la condena de los ERE y cómo el PSOE ya pide abiertamente al Gobierno el indulto.

Andalucía Informativos
Crónica de Andalucía - 14/09/22

Andalucía Informativos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 44:59


El Tribunal Supremo ha publicado la sentencia del caso de los ERE en la que confirmaba, entre otras, las penas de seis años de cárcel al expresidente de la Junta, José Antonio Griñán, y nueve de inhabilitación para Manuel Chaves. La sentencia señala que los condenados crearon y mantuvieron un sistema de concesión de ayudas sociolaborales para evitar cualquier control administrativo y así poder disponer libremente de dinero público. Los argumentos de las magistradas que votaron en contra de la confirmación de las penas no dudan de que los condenados colaboraron con el procedimiento ilegal, pero consideran que no deberían de ser condenados por malversación al no intervenir en el tramo final de la ejecución presupuestaria. Por otra parte, continúan estabilizados los incendios de Los Guájares y Santiago Pontones en los que los efectivos del Plan INFOCA tratan de evitar la reproducción de focos. Unos 150 efectivos siguen trabajando entre los dos fuegos en controlar el incendio. En Granada, los ayuntamientos afectados estudian la petición de zona catastrófica. Hoy en nuestra entrevista de la Crónica de Andalucía hablamos de la actual situación de escasez de agua que vive Andalucía y analizamos la situación en la comunidad con Pilar Paneque, responsable del Observatorio Ciudadano de la Sequía y Catedrática de Geografía Humana de la Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Escuchar audio

24 horas
24 horas - Pablo Echenique (Unidas Podemos): "Nos gustaría que Sánchez concrete sus propuestas en hechos"

24 horas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 12:02


El tope a la cesta de la compra y a los tipos de interés en las hipotecas variables son dos propuestas de Unidas Podemos que distancian a los socios del Gobierno. Pablo Echenique, portavoz del grupo parlamentario de Unidas Podemos en el Congreso, normaliza que existan discrepancias: "Es entendible que en España, donde no habíamos tenido ningún gobierno de coalición en los últimos 80 años, haya que hacer un poco de pedagogía". Con todo, ve positivo que algunos ministros del PSOE hayan tildado de ilegal la propuesta para las hipotecas variables: "Siempre que hemos propuesto algo se ha empezado así y al final lo ha reconocido hasta la Unión Europea". "Creo que escuchamos a un presidente del Gobierno asumiendo una parte del discurso de Podemos. Y eso nos gusta", afirma Echenique sobre la entrevista de Pedro Sánchez en RTVE. Sin embargo, añade: "Nos gustaría más que se concrete en hechos".Ante la sentencia del caso ERE, Echenique muestra su opocisión al indulto a  José Antonio Griñán: "Somos la fuerza política que más trabajó para sacar a M. Rajoy de la Moncloa cuando fue la sentencia de la Gürtel. Nuestra posición es clara". En este sentido, cree que tampoco hay unidad en el seno del PSOE.Este jueves 15 de septiembre el Congreso de los Diputados debe votar sobre la inclusión de Finlandia y Suecia a la OTAN. La formación morada ya anunicó que se abstendrá. Echenique justifica esta decisión alegando que es una cuestión que compete a la soberanía de los países interesados. Con todo, defiende una mayor "autonomía estratégica de la Unión Europea" y cree que "no siempre es bueno estar subordinados a los intereses de Estados Unidos". Escuchar audio

El podcast de Francisco Marhuenda
La «amabilidad» con los ERE

El podcast de Francisco Marhuenda

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 4:34


La izquierda política y mediática siempre tiene una vara de medir diferente en los temas de corrupción en función de si afectan al PP o al PSOE. Con los primeros opta por los ataques más furibundos e inmisericordes, mientras que con los segundos elige un perfil muy discreto.

Hora 25
Las 20 de Hora 25 | Europa se arremanga con la energía

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 21:40


Bruselas presenta su plan energético, la primera ministra de Suecia dimite, el contenido de la sentencia de los ERE y más asuntos en las 20 de Hora 25 con Aimar Bretos.

Las Noticias de ABC
Las noticias de ABC: la confirmación de las condenas de los ERE, la guerra de Ucrania y el adiós a Isabel II

Las Noticias de ABC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 5:56


El Tribunal Supremo confirma lo que ya se había adelantado el pasado mes de junio: las condenas del caso de los ERE de Andalucía

Les matins
Ere numérique : que sommes-nous devenus ? Avec l'économiste Daniel Cohen

Les matins

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 121:18


durée : 02:01:18 - Les Matins - par : Guillaume Erner - La révolution numérique a bouleversé nos sensibilités, notre idéologie, notre économie. De quelle société la révolution numérique est-elle en train d'accoucher ? Est-on en passe de vivre un changement de civilisation ?

Las Noticias de ABC
Las noticias de ABC: La negativa del PSOE andaluz al indulto de Griñán, el traslado de presos de ETA y el último adiós a Gorbachov

Las Noticias de ABC

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 7:32


El Partido Socialista andaluz, capitaneado por Juan Espadas, ha precisado que no va a secundar la firma del indulto a José Antonio Griñán

19 Nocturne Boulevard
19 Nocturne Boulevard - THE TASTE OF THE BEHOLDER (parts 5-7 of 7) (Deadeye Kid #6) Reissue of the week

19 Nocturne Boulevard

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 33:21


While recovering from his injuries, Lemuel Roberts (The Deadeye Kid) must try and make peace between two local factions - a group of Swedish loggers (please overlook our sincere attempt at translation) and a team of Yorkshire miners - neither of which speaks any English that Lem can understand... Written and Produced by Julie Hoverson Cast List Lemuel Roberts /Deadeye Kid - J. Spyder Isaacson Clarence Fanshaw - J. Hoverson Doc - Russell Gold Mrs. Doc - Gwendolyn Gieseke-Woodard Ezra - Reynaud LeBoeuf Mrs. Beamish - Judith Moore The Yorkshire Miners: Scabby Bill:  John Lingard Will Watt Stevie K. Farnaby Danar Hoverson Paul Green The Swedish Loggers: Oly - Lothar Tuppan Nels - Danar Hoverson Mark Olson Cary Ayers Bill Jones Reynaud Leboeuf Julie Hoverson Cover Design:  Brett Coulstock Announcer:  Glen "Ole Hoss" Hallstrom Opening theme:  "The Wreck of Old '97" from public domain recording found on archive.org Any incidental music:  Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com) Editing and Sound:   Julie Hoverson No gunshots herald his approach. No trademark left behind him when he leaves.  The Kid had his fill of notoriety in days gone by - as plenty of empty boots can surely testify.   Some say he rides alone.  That's the Deadeye Kid. **********************************************************************   Taste of the Beholder [DeK6] Taste of the Beholder [DeK6] EPISODE 5 FANSHAW    Lem!  Everyone's gathering!  It looks a bit of a party. LEM    What's them Swedes a-doin? FANSHAW    They're standing by.  Like a menacing wall of blonde. LEM    [laugh, then coughs] FANSHAW    Are you quite sure you're up for this?  The doctor said you'd worn yourself nearly into a relapse. LEM    Why you think I'm a-lyin here, stead-a being out there? MRS. DOC    [behind door] You all right in there?  May I come in? LEM    [up] Yes ma'am.  SOUND    DOOR OPENS, SHE ENTERS LEM    Jest tryin t'sort out some words as might work with these fellers. MRS. DOC    That sounds wise.  You've already done wonders.  But I have a favor--? LEM    Anythin' ma'am. MRS. DOC    [hesitant] If you can, can you perhaps get them to-- uh-- LEM    Go on? MRS. DOC    To fix my window, there?  They are the ones that broke it. LEM    I already planned on jest that, ma'am.  Donchoo worry. MRS. DOC    Mr. Roberts, you are a veritable angel. LEM    Oh, no ma'am.  Just a man of plain talkin. [laughs, then coughs a bit] MRS. DOC    Get you round a bit more of this and rest you til you're good and ready to come on out.  They can just hold their hosses. FANSHAW    I'll go and see how far the "royal progress" has come.     FADE SOUND    OUTSIDE FANSHAW    [sigh] Still out of sight.  Come along Ezra, let us see if we can catch a glimpse of this mysterious lady. EZRA    Are they gonna fight? FANSHAW    [definite] No.  My friend Lem has maneuvered them into peace talks.  EZRA    It would be fun to watch them fight, but ain't very angelic, is it? FANSHAW    No.  Wouldn't want anyone to get hurt, now, would we?  EZRA    Is that the lady, in the cart?  With the big hat and veil? FANSHAW    I would assume so.  A bit of an affectation for the wilds, but everyone has their little vanities. EZRA    Why'ud a lady wear a veil?  Is she really ugly? FANSHAW    I don't know about this particular lady, but many ladies wear them to protect their delicate skin from the harsh sun. EZRA    Ain't much sun under all these trees. FANSHAW    And some ladies, well, they wear a veil to put men at a disadvantage.  No one is entirely comfortable talking to someone they cannot rightly see.  [pause]  I need to let Lem know what all is going on.  I'll be back shortly. SOUND    SHOUTS FANSHAW    What? EZRA    Thought you said they wasn't a-gonna fight! FANSHAW    They weren't supposed to!  Blast!  That looks like more of the Swedes, taking the cart! MRS. BEAMISH    [screams]  Tyke yer bleedin' 'ands off me, ye dodgy swine! FANSHAW    Not much of a lady.  And nothing much we can do here. EZRA    Oh, lookee!  That feller got punched right off the cart! SOUND    GRUNTS FANSHAW    I need to go and tell Lem.  Would you stay with them and see where they go? EZRA    [eager] That would help ya? FANSHAW    It would be very helpful. EZRA    I'm your man.  [distracted] Oh goodness!  That fellow slammed into the tree!  That's gotta smart something fierce!     FADE LEM    They here yet? DOC    No.  It's not so far from the camp that they shouldn't be in sight yet. FANSHAW    Lem!  Ambush! LEM    [quiet] Aw hell. DOC    What? LEM    [sigh, considering best way to say]  I think I ...heard something. DOC    [more joking than suspicious] You must have the plumb smartest ears I ever did encounter, Mr. Roberts.  The way you keep hearing things. LEM    [covering] Uh... Gotta be, livin' raw on the range.  Ya don't hear sumpin a-comin up on you, well, you deserve whatever ya get. DOC    I reckon so. LEM    And with the window broken, sound can get in more. DOC    What is it you heard? LEM    Fighting.  Or leastways a yell.  Sumpin that spoke "fight" to ma mind. DOC    You think there's still trouble? LEM    I'll lay odds that lady ain't gonna make it here any time soon. DOC    Dag nabbit. SOUND    STORMS OUT OF ROOM FADE SOUND    OUTSIDE SOUND    SOMEONE RUNS UP OLY    Vad är det? [What is it?] KJELL    [out of breath] Vi tog henne! [We took her!] OLY    [incredulous and angry] Du gjorde vad? [You did WHAT?] KJELL    [uncertain] Vi ... tog kvinnan tillbaka.  [We ... took the woman back.] SVEN    Bra! Nu har vi vad vi betalat för!  [Good!  Now we have what we paid for!] OLY    Du idioter! Nu blir det krig! [You idiot!  Now there will be war!]     FADE FITCH    What wasp flee up thon jacksey? [what got into them?] SCABBY BILL    'Appen t'were skrike I heered? Lads-- [That might have been a shout.  The lads--] PIKEY    Clack on't devil!  Eyup Jimmy!   [speak of the devil.]  SOUND    RUNNING FEET JAMES    [gasping and in some pain]  Eyup!  Them brutes come out't snicket, 'ave cart upskelled and auld lass gone, bahn for none can ken, afore aught'n us could raise 'and. [those fellows come out of the bushes and attacked!  Tipped the cart and took the woman before we could react!] FINCH    Good night!  Could smell t beer, sae close to settlin' t' slate, and such 'appens. [Damn!  Just when this was going to settle peacefully, this happens.] JAMES    Canna settle now!  Yon 'eads want thumpin'!  Paid in full.  [too late to make peace! I want to beat some heads!  They deserve it!] FINCH    Dustup does nae good for aught-- [a fight won't do anyone any good] PIKEY    [playing devil's advocate] Nae, lad.  Tha path's neither nowt nor summat.  Time fer muckin out.  Nae room fer them as tek such libertines - to clamber out t' shrubbery and ketch up what's nowt fer them.  [no, lad.  Your way is doing no good.  Time to clean this up.  There's no place for those who would lay in ambush.] SCABBY BILL    Tha's the pot!  Us'm tek'er first!  [You're one to talk!  We took her first] PIKEY    [making his point]  S'truth, do we chance to scutch, mayhap yan or two might fall - and then us left must delve t' more. [Of course, if we fight, if we strike a blow, some of us may die - which leaves the rest of us to work even harder at digging.] MINERS    [mutters]  "s'truth."  "Ba gum."  "It gets right up ma cuff."  "'Arsh, that."  "Toes up o'er grub?  Nae!" JAMES    Us'll clean them clocks!  [we won't lose!] PIKEY    Ne'er seen clock tha could clean. DOC    [loud, trying to get all attention] CALM DOWN! ALL GO QUIET DOC    Bother.  That's about all I got.     FADE LEM    This's how wars get lit. FANSHAW    Who is this woman anyway?  Helen of Troy? LEM    Was she on the stage or sumpin? FANSHAW    [chuckles] no, she was a king's wife who was abducted by another king and a great and glorious war was begun. LEM    Ain't no war great and glorious.  Not till everyone as been there's long dead. FANSHAW    Oh. LEM    How'd they end that war? FANSHAW    [a bit embarrassed] They made a giant wooden horse. LEM    [laughs] I think mebbe you gotta tell me this story later, when we ain't about to have all hell cut loose on us.  [groans, getting up] SOUND    RUSTLING OF CLOTHES, ETC. FANSHAW    Don't--! LEM    Ain't no choice here.  Both them top fellers seem to lissen t'me.  Much as doc's a good man, he don't have the touch. SOUND    DOOR OPENS FANSHAW    Speak of the devil! DOC    Here now!  What are you doing, Mister roberts? LEM    I'm planning on facing them in full gear fer once.  DOC    You are not facing them at all... you know what's happening? LEM    I gotta right good guess.  Since the miners were a-bringing her here, I spect twas the loggers jumped em and done took her.  DOC    I think so. LEM    Hitch up the cart.  We're gonna mosey to the logging camp.     FADE SOUND    OUTSIDE LARS    [commanding] Du! Kock! [You!  "cook"] MRS. BEAMISH    [snide] Ain't never understood one bloomin word out ye mouf, but vat sounds rigth filthy ye cheesehead! LARS    Du kom hit för att laga mat för oss. Du är skyldig en skuld.  [you came here to cook for us.  You owe a debt.]  MRS. BEAMISH    Gah-on.  Say somfing in normal talk.  Ah dare ya. LARS    [to Kjell] Tror du att hon förstår? [Do you think she understands?] ARN    Hon låter lite arg. [She sounds a little angry.] FREDEK    Jag tror att hon låter galen. [I think she sounds insane.] NELS    Sure, it is like standing to the knees in a mire. EZRA    Why's that, Mr. Nels? NELS    You!  Can you do something? EZRA    What should I do? NELS    Get that woman over here.  The one that was calling out. EZRA    Who?  Oh!  [laughs] That's no woman!  That's Mr. Fanshaw. NELS    Well, he sounds like one to me.  Is there anything he can do?     FADE DOC    Brought the wagon round.  Come on then, lemme give you a hand. LEM    You kin carry my kit, if you would. DOC    You need support-- LEM    [definite] No.  Gettin me to the door, that's right fine, but outside, I gotta put the fear o' god in them, best I can.  And being carried round like a cripple sorta puts a bonnet on that. DOC    I'll be right behind you, then.  Just in case. SOUND    FOOTSTEPS MRS. DOC    [slightly defiant] I, on the other hand, could use all the support you care to give. DOC    Irene? MRS. DOC     Not from you, dear.  Mr. Roberts, if you might give me your arm, sir? DOC    Irene! MRS. DOC    I've already got my hat on, husband.  We might as well get moving. DOC    What exactly do you think you are doing, woman? MRS. DOC    [super sweet] Why, I'm accompanying my beloved husband and his patient on a little wagon ride. LEM    [tries not to laugh] DOC    I forbid it! MRS. DOC    [sweetly]  Oh, of course, dear!  If you prefer, I can wait here at home, the home these silly men have already broken into - from both sides, I might add.  Wait until someone decides that the easiest way to get this to end is perhaps to take me hostage, or threaten-- DOC    [losing steam] Oh hush!!  LEM    The lady has a point, doc.  Seein as I still think we gotta a fair chance of stoppin this without none getting hurt, it'ud likely be safer, ma'am, if you were to stay by us. MRS. DOC    Good.  Now take my arm, Mr. Roberts, for goodness sake!  You're swaying like a sapling.     FADE EZRA    Mr. Fanshaw!  [laughs]  Nels says you sound like a lady. FANSHAW    It is just my accent.  The way I talk.  EZRA    You do talk funny. FANSHAW    Can you go and ask Nels if his men understand a white flag of truce? EZRA    What is that? FANSHAW    When men - or even armies - want to talk rather than fight, they will come bearing a white flag. EZRA    Where do they get a white flag? FANSHAW    They just make one.  Please.  It is important that we know.     FADE SOUND    OUTSIDE SOUND    SCUFFLE MINERS    [Arguing]  "More brass'n brains"  "near as makes n'matter" " that's a threp in't steans"  "caffelin' t' 'oil works, am I." SWEDES    [arguing] SOUND    FOOTSTEPS LEM    [sigh]  Shut up! SOUND    STILL FIGHTING LEM     Pardon me ma'am.  Step aside if you please. SOUND    HER STEPS SOUND    GUNSHOT ALL    [go quiet] SOUND    SOMETHING DROPS     Taste of the Beholder [DeK6] EPISODE 6 1_MOVING OUT LEM    You miners.  You... uh... manskers.  Um.  [slowly, with gestures]  We go in cart to your-- OLY    Mig? LEM    Yes, your camp.  You lead us.  SCABBY BILL    [slightly out of breath] Right.  Nowt wait aught mair.  Us'm goin - wi'thee, or nowt. LEM    We's all a-goin.  [to Mrs. Doc] You get on up in the wagon now, ma'am. MRS. DOC    [a bit shaky]  All right.  DOC    [quiet]  Doesn't look like anyone is hurt too bad. LEM    They's all still on their feet. OLY    [slowly, trying to be understood]  detta var inte min idé.  Inte jag.  Jag kommer att tala strängt till dem. [this was not my idea.  Not me.  I will speak sternly to them.] LEM    You lead.  [turns to Scabby Bill]  You follow.  Reckon? SCABBY BILL    Reckon.  FADE 2_GRADY1 SOUND    SOMEONE RUNNING IN PANIC GRADY    [gasping muttered mantra]  Don't slow down, don't slow down.  A log!  Oh sweet Jesus! SOUND    THUMP, SCRAMBLE, SLOW MOVEMENT SOUND    BEHIND HIM, MEN MAN1    Keep heading downhill! MAN2    Brush too thick over there!  This way! GRADY    [barely there prayer] Pity me!  [couple of deep breaths] [sound of exertion] SOUND    RUNNING AGAIN FADE 3_AGREEING SOUND    CART PLODDING DOC    [quietly] That was a foolhardy thing you done back there, Irene.  MRS. DOC    I cannot disagree. DOC    You should never've - what? MRS. DOC     [sweet] I was merely agreeing with you, husband. LEM    [quiet chuckle] DOC    [trying to stay annoyed] But-but you-- [loses it, laughs]  My mother always said you would be a handful. MRS. DOC    I believe mine said something very similar. DOC    About me? MRS. DOC    [laughing] No, about me. LEM    If I was a man to interfere, I might say you're a lucky feller. DOC    I cannot disagree. LEM    Lucky the lady is on your side, if you don't mind me saying so, ma'am. ALL    [laugh]     FADE 4_LOGGING CAMP FREDEK    Många män kommer! [Many men are coming!] LARS    Vi kommer inte ge upp! [We will not surrender!] FREDEK    Detta är inte något att dö för! [This is not something to die for!] ARN    Jag skulle hellre dö än att äta en annan måltid tillagad av dig. [I would rather die than eat another meal cooked by you.] LARS    Jag ser Oly. [I see Oly.] ARN    Han ser arg. [He looks angry.] FREDEK    De måste ha vapen. [They must have guns.] NELS    Nothing worse than to have to sit and listen to them babble. OLY    [off, yelling] Alla ni! Stå vid sidan! [All of you!  Stand aside!] NELS    And cannot do anything when Oly tells them to calm down. LARS    [yelling] Är de hotar dig? [Are they threatening you?] OLY    [off, yelling, pissed off] Du är en idiot! Vi var överens. Då har du stört! Du står åt sidan! [You are an idiot!  We were in accord.  Then you interfered!  You stand aside!] FADE 5_CHUCKIE JAMES    Tha gormless bastard!  Guns or nowt, us could take 'em! [Idiot.  Even with the guns, we could win.] PIKEY    And 'oo ist 'aveta send tha mam word o thy beefing.  Appen I should say 'er son died of 'is own barm, or sweeten tha death wi' claims thee lost fight to a chuckie. [And I will have to write to your mother.  What would you like me to tell her, that you died of being stupid, or that you lost a fight to a chicken?] TED    [sigh]  And us start sommat, it'll nae stop 'ere.  [If we do start something, the fighting will not end here.] FITCH    I dinna feel fer the fight.  Yon stormcloud, 'im seems a fair measure.  [I don't feel like fighting.  That fellow - he seems fair.] PIKEY    Cud gang fer a slurp missen.  [This would be a good time for a drink.] FADE 6_GRADY2 SOUND    RUNNING MAN1 and MAN2    [closer than before] [yelling "Just over that ridge!"  "Get him!" "Yeller bastard!"] GRADY    [gasping and ragged]  Good god above, [gasp] please, [gasp] send me into a river.  Anything.  [gasp] Just to get me [gasp] get me away... FADE 7_CART SOUND    HORSES.  CART NOT MOVING. DOC    [whispered]  Irene, I prefer strongly that you remain in the cart.  MRS. DOC    As always, I defer to your wisdom, dear husband. DOC    [rueful laugh] Hah.  Good. SOUND    HE CLIMBS DOWN MRS. DOC    I'll also keep a close eye on the shotgun. DOC    The what? LEM    I'll leave my satchel here as well, if you please, ma'am. MRS. DOC    Happy to be useful.  [like speaking to kids] You two go on now and make peace. FADE 8_OLY KOMMER FREDEK    Oly! De kommer! [Oly!  They are coming!] OLY    Var inte dum. De är redan här. [Do not be stupid.  They are already here.] FREDEK    Fler män! Bakom åsen! [More men!  Behind the ridge!] NELS    Sure I do not think those fellows are of these men.  EZRA    More fighting? FANSHAW    And this must be Nels. NELS    And you must be from England. FANSHAW    Why, yes.  Though I do not sound much like my "countrymen" down there. NELS    Nay.  You sound like most Britishers. FANSHAW    I suppose I do. NELS    Just like a woman. FANSHAW    I do not! EZRA    You do a bit. FANSHAW    [grinding out, trying to change the subject] You said something about more men? NELS    Sure, over the ridge.  Quite a ways off.  I can barely get close enough to see, but they are traveling fast, for men on foot. FANSHAW    We'll have to keep an eye out for them, though I am quite certain that all the men I've seen - on either side - are here. EZRA    Mister Fanshaw? NELS    All of my men are here.  Even those with a head full of porridge. FANSHAW    That's a blessing anyway. EZRA    Mister Fanshaw! FANSHAW    I am so sorry, Ezra.  I was lost in thought.  EZRA    You want I should go and look at the men a-coming? FANSHAW    They sound like they're rather far off. EZRA    I can go real far off. FANSHAW    [interested] Really.  Very well.  You'll go and see how many there are? EZRA    I'll find out everything for ya. FANSHAW    I wonder just how far "real far" is. FADE 9_teh dam SOUND    CROWD RUMBLE, BUT NO TALKING SOUND    LEM'S SLOW FOOTSTEPS LEM    Um, [to Oly] Dam? OLY    Ta kvinnan här! [Bring the woman out here!] LARS    [grumbling] Vi var bara försökte hjälpa [We were only trying to help] OLY    Go! [Go!] NELS    If they wanted to help so bad, sure, why did they never make the time for to learn some words? FANSHAW    Always much easier to see mistakes when it is too late. NELS    Ya. SOUND    DOOR OPENS, LARS AND MRS. BEAMISH COME OUT FANSHAW    This?  This is the woman all the trouble has been over?  She's ...hardly what I expected. LEM    Ma'am.  They's been quite a ruckus over you. BEAMISH    Oh, Luvly.  Anuvver what don't speak the Queen's English. LEM    I guess I speak American, then.  But I hazard you understand me fine. BEAMISH    [begrudging] I kin mike yer out. LEM    That's good.  Now these fellers, they have some claim to you? NELS    Sure, she owes us five years service. BEAMISH    [grudgingly admitting] Aye... They do. LEM    Five years.  Legal. BEAMISH    [annoyed sigh] Aye. DOC    [whispered] How'd you get that? LEM    [whispered] Guessed.  Standard indenture. DOC    Ah! BEAMISH    [whining a bit] But I can't unnerstand a bleeding word outtav'em! FANSHAW    I say, Nels, you paid for that?  Under all that veiling, she sounds rather... old. NELS    What do you expect in a cook?  Sure we don't have to look at her while we eat. FANSHAW    A cook!  Good gad! LEM    But you had no trouble doing the work they put you to? BEAMISH    Good plain cooking.  Even such as they musta liked it, for I dessay they never let a plate go cold. DOC    Cooking?  They're willing to fight over a cook? LEM    I reckon with a wife like your good missus, you've never had to eat day-old burnt scratch.  DOC    Well... MRS. DOC    [calling from off, excited] Husband? LEM    Go on. DOC    [walking off] Yes, dear? FADE 10_grady hides SOUND    MEN SLOWLY SEARCHING SOUND    BREATHING, IN A TIGHT SPACE GRADY    [trying to quiet his breathing] EZRA    That's a lot of men to send out fer one fella.  You must be a bad man. GRADY    [whispered]  Someone up there, please help me! MAN1    I think I heard something! FADE 11_shares LEM    [whispered, to fanshaw]  Ask Nels the word for "share". FANSHAW    You're thinking to split the baby again. LEM    Amazing how many problems boil down to something that simple. DOC    Lem?  We - my wife and I - might have a congenial answer for all this fuss. LEM    Do tell. DOC    Well, Mrs. - uh - Beamish, is it? BEAMISH    Beamish.  Aye. DOC    My good lady wife suggested I extend an invitation for you to stay with us. BEAMISH    Where's 'at, then? DOC    Our house.  It's rather in the middle of all this.  BEAMISH    Won't say no to sleepin in proper 'ouse.  Not them shanties. DOC    [a bit slowly, trying to make it understandable to all]  You stay our house-- SOUND    [rumble of muttering on both sides] DOC    Cook.  Cook a lot. BEAMISH      I dearly 'ope you're tryin'a talk t'them, cos I ain't that bleeding thick. DOC    They are the ones who need to agree. BEAMISH    Go'ahn then. DOC    [to miners] You come. Eat. [to loggers] You.  Eat. LEM    [quiet] Eat?  Nels? NELS    [Eat] ata LEM    Thankee.  [up, to doc] "ata" DOC    Oh?  All right.  You.  Come to house.  "ata". LARS    [annoyed] Jag tror att han säger att hon ska laga för honom. [I think he is saying she will cook for him.] NELS    Sure, they do not want to give her over to the doctor either.  He has a wife to cook for him. OLY    Nej, säger han vi äter, också.  Tror jag. [No, he says we eat, also.  I think.] FANSHAW    No, no.  He's trying to say that the woman will be in the middle, and both sides can come and eat in peace.  No more fighting. NELS    Tell them ["You eat too"]  du äter för. FANSHAW    Lem?  Did you-- LEM    Doo ah-ter fore. OLY    Ya.  Mycket bra. [Yes. very good] LEM    And you all? PIKEY    Nae more tae eat bab out Bill?  [snort] I don't gi' a chuff where's hersen rest.  [No more eating the shit Bill cooks?  I don't care where she stays.] TED    'Appen 'at's a relief! [That's for sure!] JAMES    Eh, by gum. SCABBY BILL    Ere, now! PIKEY    Tha noz thee's no' called Scabby fer Nowt.  [You know they don't call you scabby for nothing.] LEM    Good.  DOC    Nice to know that people can be peaceable, even-- SOUND    GUNSHOTS, DISTANT LEM    Damn! ALL    [reactions!  Gasps, expletives] "Hellfire!" "Wha's't faff?" "flipping 'eck!" EZRA    Mister Fanshaw?  I think they's heading this way.     Taste of the Beholder [DeK6] EPISODE 7 MUSIC SCENE 1.    AMB    OUTSIDE LEM    [urgent, but even voice] Doc, I fancy it's time you take the ladies back to that fine house of your'n. DOC    But I can help-- LEM    [more forceful] BY taking THEM to safety.  If we's needin you atall, it's like to be after the battle.  SOUND    GUNSHOTS, DISTANT MRS. DOC    [off, a bit worried] Husband? LEM    Mrs. Beamish, you go on now with these good folk.  We got some rough work ahead of us. MRS. BEAMISH    Ain't never been one to run, but finking feedin th'lads come vict'ry's more my place. SOUND    SHE WALKS TO WAGON DOC    [quiet, but knowing it will do no good] You should come with us. LEM    And hosses should lay eggs. [chuckles]  I'll stay still as I can.  But I'm the king pin yokin these fellers one side t'other.  Go on now.  [up] Ma'am, if you could hand me down my sack?  I might find myself in need of a few more shells. MRS. DOC    Here you go.  [very concerned] You make sure and look after yourself, you hear?  My husband put a lot of work into you. DOC    [amused but still worried]  You heard her - and you know how ornery she can be. LEM    I reckon I do. DOC     [confidential] You fire three shots in the air, all at once, and I'll be back lickety-split with the shotgun. LEM    Preciate it. SOUND    DOC WALKS OFF SCENE 2.    LEM    [slight groan]  Quickly - You, Bill.  You, Oly. SCABBY BILL    Right. OLY    Ja? SOUND    SCRATCHING IN THE DIRT LEM    [talking while drawing terrain and pointing at things]  Sun.  There.  Hill. There.  Ja? OLY    Ja.  Bäck. Ge. [stream.  Give.] LEM    Take it. SOUND    MORE SCRATCHING SCABBY BILL    Thass river? OLY    Bäck. [stream] LEM    Close enough I think.  Bill, can y'all circle round here, over to the left, with yer fellas, and come up alongside?  They got guns and you don't, so I suggest comin on 'em from hidin. SCABBY BILL    Us'm? LEM    Course, it ain't yer fight, but-- SCABBY BILL    Nay problem, lad.  Lads're pantin' fer a good donnybrook.  [shrug] Canna beat on't Swedes, them ticks'll haveta play the Judy. LEM    All righty then, sounds like yer all in.  Go on.  Get ye some stout branches and knock em down, but try not t'kill em.  SCABBY BILL    Why them tea party manners? LEM    In case they ain't the villians here. SCABBY BILL    Ah.  Right.  We're bahn. SOUND    WALKS OFF SCABBY BILL    [off, calling] Ayup lads!  There'll be cracked pates afore sundown, I'll be bahn! LEM    Now for the tricky one. OLY    Du vill att vi ska åka på detta sätt. Runt den andra sidan. Och angrepp från bakhåll? [You want us to go this way.  Around the other side.  And attack from ambush?] NELS    He says do you want our men to go around the other way and attack from ambush as well? LEM    [startled laugh]  Oly, old son, we'll get you tricked up with English talkin yet. OLY    vad är det?  [What is that?] LEM    Later. After dust settles. NELS    Tell him "senare" [Later] LEM    Senare OLY    Ja.  Bakhåll?  Ja?  [Ambush] NELS    [translating] Attack from behind. LEM    Ya.  Go on. OLY    [going off] komma mäniskor! Dags att slå några huvuden! [come on men!  Time to beat some heads!] LEM    [heavy sigh, slight groan] FANSHAW    Lem? LEM    [quiet]  I'm alright.  I'm alright.  Just tuckered out.  Ain't nothin better for fellers like these, but to fight together 'gainst some other varmints.  Think this will end it once and fer all. FANSHAW    I certainly hope so.  LONG MUSIC SCENE 3.    AMB    NIGHT, CAMPFIRE ON LEFT OLY    [clearly storytelling] Vi reste snabbt och tyst. Då vi hörde dem. Arn gömde sig bakom ett träd. Lars var under en fallen stock. [We traveled fast and quiet.  Then we heard them.  Arn hid behind a tree.  Lars was beneath a fallen log.] ARN    Hah!  Bra att vara kort, eh, Lars? [Hah!  Good to be short, eh, Lars?] LARS    Bah! SWEDES     [general laughter] OLY    Vi ser tre kommer! En lång en i en hatt och två andra.  Gräslig. Cruel söker. De rör sig långsamt, letar efter något-- [We see three coming!  A tall one in a hat and two others.  Ugly.  Cruel looking.  They move slowly, looking for something--] MUSIC WIPE ACROSS THE SOUNDSCAPE SCENE 4.    AMB    CAMPFIRE ON RIGHT SCABBY BILL    Nowt but three up't front, but us cud 'ear more clamberin in't lee.  PIKEY    [bragging]  Like scratch hisself in't garden, I were oop on deadfall like bird in't nest.  Thass nowt ne surer as none'll raise them eyen. [I'd crawled like snake up along a fallen trunk, like a bird in a nest.  And no one ever looks up] SCABBY BILL    Aye, lad.  Ain't soul in t' world cud suss windy sot might drop out of clear blue ont' im's pate. [I'll give you that.  No one expects a flatulant drunk to fall out of the sky on his head.] MINERS    [general laughter] PIKEY    [correcting him haughtily] Nay, nay.  Windy sot wieldin' t' grandest thump 'im ever see'd. [A flatulant drunk with a great big stick, I remind you!] MINERS    [more laughter] MUSIC WIPE SCENE 5.    AMB    CAMPFIRE ON LEFT OLY    Att en - med skriande skratt - var upp i ett träd. Jag fruktade för dig som han tappade på toppen av. [That one - with the braying laugh - was up a tree.  I feared for anyone he dropped atop of.] ARN    Åtminstone var det inte oss! [At least it wasn't us!] SWEDES    [general laughter] OLY    Han vinkade till mig. Då pekade förbi männen. Sedan lyfte han två händer fingrar. Många män skulle komma! [He waved to me.  Then pointed past the men.  Then he raised two hands of fingers.  Many men were coming!] FANSHAW    It sounds like a fascinating story.  I wish I could understand a word of it. NELS    He was saying that the noisy fellow-- FANSHAW    Aren't they all rather noisy? NELS    [laughs]  THAT one - got above.  High up.  Counted the men coming behind.  Showed him fingers for the count. FANSHAW    Accord without a single word.  Lovely. MUSIC WIPE SCENE 6.    AMB    CAMPFIRE ON RIGHT FITCH    Beyond tha' ken, Bill, our Pikey gives the wrist to yon tall tallow hair. [girlish noise] Ooooh!  Tis in ma mind him's a sight too long wi'out a damp scuffle. [But what YOU didn't see, Bill, was Pikey making obscene hand gestures across to the tall blonde fellow.  I think he's been alone too long.] SOUND    SLIGHT SCUFFLE - FRIENDLY SMACK PIKEY    Dinna fash.  Tha'd be first choice, fitchy m'lad.  Smack afore yows and kine.  Past that, mayhaps Swede.  Blondes ain't nivver turned ma top. [kiss kiss noise]  [You'd be my first choice, Fitch, right before ewes and cows.  I have never been fond of blondes.]  FITCH    [teasing] Ooh-ah.  Get a good scrub on thee aught often, afore thee clack.   [Bathe.  Then we'll talk.] MINERS    [general laughter] SCABBY BILL    Right.  'oo's keeping a tally?  [jokingly making a list] Needed f'r camp - butter, shot, tobacy, loose females. [Right.  Someone make a list of things we need for the camp.  Start with some loose women.] MINERS    [hysterical laughter] MUSIC SCENE 7.    AMB    CAMPFIRE ON LEFT OLY    De var fortfarande ute. Kanske för en person. Kanske för ett djur. Något som kunde dölja sig. Vi sprider vidare bakom dem, lugn och vaksam. [They were still looking.  Maybe for a person.  Maybe for an animal.  Something that could hide itself.  We spread further behind them, quiet and watchful.] LARS    Jag var längst.  När den sista passerade, jag slog ner honom snabbt.  [hit noise] [I was furthest.  When the last passed by, I hit him down quickly.] SWEDES    [approving mumble] MUSIC WIPE SCENE 8.    AMB    CAMPFIRE ON RIGHT SOUND    WAGON SLOWLY MOVING IN FROM A DISTANCE PIKEY    Afore mine eyen, them axes circle up the jacksey, and I knew us'd ne'er let it be said us'd come up short in t' tally! [I saw them blonde fellers moving behind.  I knew we'd never want to lag behind.] SCABBY BILL    No.  So... Pikey made t' shrill-- SOUND    SHARP WHISTLE SCABBY BILL    [reacts in pain] NOWT up ma lug!  [angry sigh] Wi' a cry t' lads pounced! [Not in my ear!  And we attacked] FITCH    Like yoked set of dannys, us come right side, cack side!  And them'us jiggered like clemmy shale.  [Like a pair of hands, we came from right and left.  They broke like lose rock.] MUSIC WIPE SCENE 9.    AMB    LEFT CAMPFIRE OLY    Var och en föll. Slås ner av våra modiga händer. Eller våra vänner händer. [Every one fell.  Struck down by our brave hands.  Or our friends' hands.  [raising his voice]] ALL GOOD! SCABBY BILL    [off] I hears that!  [yelling back] Ayup lads?  ALL GOOD! SWEDES and MINERS [not very much in unison- just loud] ALL GOOD! DOC    [off] Ho there!  Sounds like it's safe to approach? MUSIC SCENE 10.    AMB    INSIDE SOUND    [OUTSIDE] THE MEN YELLING AND LAUGHING FANSHAW    Lem? LEM    [rousing from half sleep]  Yup?  Sounds like peace at last. FANSHAW    And the doctor just arrived.  [chuckles] With a kettle of something hearty, and some lovely- LEM    Biscuits?  [chuckles] FANSHAW    [chuckles too]  He'll be in here in a moment, I'm sure.  [beat]  The men - both factions - were rather impressive.  Possibly less impressive than the tales they're telling at the moment, but they did very well. LEM    Who was it they's up against? FANSHAW    Looks like outlaws.  Chasing a fugitive. LEM    And the feller they'us after? FANSHAW    [sigh]  He was already ... done for.  Gone. LEM    [sigh]  The Doc's spare room is looking like heaven just about now. DOC    [outside]  Mister Roberts? LEM    [a bit weaker] In here! LONG MUSIC SCENE 11.    AMB    DOC'S HOUSE DOC    I will not hear of you leaving that bed for at least a week, Mister Roberts.  MRS. DOC    [from off]  Don't you get it into your head that you'll be able to sweet-talk your way past me neither. LEM    I got no plans to budge aught farther than the broth and biscuits require to reach my mouth. DOC    Good. MUSIC SCENE 12.    AMB    DOC'S HOUSE LEM    Alone? FANSHAW    They're all in the kitchen, yes.  From the smells, that Beamish woman is very nearly as accomplished in the kitchen as our lady hostess, despite her lack of - ahem - refinement.  They have set the men to building a sort of cookhouse.  Just an annex big enough for her to serve out of.  The doctor's wife objected, you see, to having all these men troop through the house at mealtimes. LEM    Cain't say that I blame her.  Catch me up a bit? FANSHAW    They say the way to man's heart is through his stomach - and we now have clear evidence this works for groups of men as well as it works on individuals.  They've all become the best of chums.  And those Swedish follows are learning English, bit by bit. LEM    One more victory for-- FANSHAW    Civilization? LEM    [down]  I was gonna say salvation.  Had a might too much time to ponder my past while I been laid up here. FANSHAW    I shan't pry, but you know I will gladly listen to anything you feel the need to unburden yourself of. LEM    Thankee kindly, but my burden is my own. FANSHAW    Well.  When you are up to visting, We should make a trip to speak to the fellow who was being chased by the outlaws. LEM    Where ARE they, anyway? FANSHAW    Several of the men took them down a flatboat on the river to the next landing.  Haven't made the return yet - I gather it takes a few days. LEM    Mm.  Good. FANSHAW    But, you see... this fellow was ...killed a bit further out than I can reach.  It's very frustrating.  Ezra, though... LEM    Oh, yup - this Ezra you been talking about?  How come I ain't seen him, never? FANSHAW    I don't know.  He's a child.  A spirit.  Who prefers to think of himself an angel.  I rather think he's been here quite a long time.  And Lem... LEM    Yup? FANSHAW    I-I feel quite dreadful about this, but - you understand, I have been endeavoring to find some way to help him pass on.  But there's this--- LEM    Spit it out and let's see what color it is. FANSHAW    Ezra can go just about anywhere within the entire valley.  That is rather a long distance.  He seems to have very few of the limitations that I find myself so hampered by.  I don't understand it one bit, and I have this - notion - to try and figure out why.  Before I help him find his way onward. LEM    Guess it's a good thing I'm laid up, then, ain't it?    

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Las noticias de ABC: Los indultos de los ERE, la tensión entre Serbia y Kosovo y el aumento de matrimonios forzosos en Afganistán

Las Noticias de ABC

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 9:13


La petición de indultos trae de cabeza a los condenados por el caso de los ERE de Andalucía. La familia de José Antonio Griñán ya ha adelantado que va a pedir el indulto parcial para el expresidente

Más de uno
Tertulia: el nuevo impuesto a la banca y a las energéticas

Más de uno

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 90:10


Con Antonio Casado, Pilar Gómez y Nacho Cardero analizamos los asuntos de actualidad de la jornada como la polémica campaña de igualdad del Gobierno, la posibilidad de un indulto a los expresidentes de Andalucía por el caso de los ERE o los nuevos impuestos a la banca y a las energéticas. 

En Casa de Herrero
Editorial de Carmen Arreaza: Bolaños asegura que es imprescindible mantener el diálogo entre gobiernos

En Casa de Herrero

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 41:35


Carmen Arreaza analiza las declaraciones del Ministro de Presidencia Félix Bolaños y las reacciones a la sentencia a Chaves y Griñán por los ERE.

Más de uno
Tertulia: ¿Quién será el candidato que sustituirá a Boris Johnson?

Más de uno

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 90:03


En tertulia analizamos con Carmen Morodo, John Müller y Antonio Casado los asuntos de actualidad de la jornada como el debate entre los candidatos a suceder a Boris Johnson, el recorte en el suministro del gas ruso y la ratificación de la sentencia de los ERE. 

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 7: El PSOE sale en defensa de Chaves y Griñán

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 20:22


Rosana Laviada analiza las reacciones desde el Gobierno y el PSOE a la ratificación por parte del TS de la sentencia de los ERE.

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 8: Ningún miembro del PSOE ha salido a reprocharles a Griñán y Chaves lo que hicieron durante años en Andalucía

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 22:42


Rosana Laviada analiza la sentencia del Supremo del caso ERE, en el que se condena a Griñán y Chavés y la falta de declaraciones del Gobierno.

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 8: El nuevo ejecutivo de Moreno Bonilla

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 28:24


Rosana Laviada analiza los nombres del nuevo ejecutivo de Moreno Bonilla que coincide en el tiempo con la sentencia del TS sobre los ERE.

En Casa de Herrero
Tertulia de Herrero: El Gobierno dice respetar "todas las decisiones judiciales"

En Casa de Herrero

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 40:45


Carmen Arreaza analiza junto a Miguel Ángel Liso, Ignacio Cembrero y Laura Fábregas la sentencia sobre los ERE del PSOE de Andalucía.

Es la Mañana de Federico
Federico a las 7: El TS dará a conocer hoy la sentencia de los ERE

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 21:12


Rosana Laviada analiza el nuevo gobierno de Moreno Bonilla que coincide con la sentencia de los ERE, la mayor corrupción vivida en España.

Es la Mañana de Federico
Tertulia de Federico: El Supremo confirma 6 años de cárcel a Griñán y 9 de inhabilitación a Chaves por el caso de los ERE

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 73:26


Rosana Laviada analiza con Rosell, Tomás Cuesta e Inda la confirmación del Supremo de las penas de Griñán y Chaves por el fraude de los ERE.