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"1919" Discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

03:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"1919" Discussed on Marketing School

"It, find it, check it out, and it's a great way to improve your low time. Today we are going to talk about where to find your first PPC client. The best way to find your best first PPC client and this is what I like doing. Go to Crunchbase, look at all the recently funded companies, ones that's raised less than 7 ish $1 million. Ideally under $6 million, but more than 2 million. A lot of them haven't started paper click yet because they use a first amount of money to actually build a product or get things going. And what you want to do is you want to hit them up, talk to them how you can make them scale through paper click. Give them examples of things that their competitors are doing on Facebook. You can use the Facebook ad library to show them. And break down a plan on how you can get them started and what it's going to cost. These venture funded companies need to move fast, traction, even if they lose money, it's all about growth rate. And this is a perfect way for you to get in because you have someone who's looking to spend money as quick as possible. Or you can just go to Craigslist. I don't know if you've ever done this Eric, but I used to go to Craigslist and look for people who posted job openings for the list or monster, now. And you hit them up and tell them how you can help them as a contractor. Trying to find there's this one site that actually tells you it actually tells you when the funding's happening and which CMO was hired. And that gets great for account based marketing. Oh, predict leads dot com. That's what it is. I love it. That works. Just check it out. I've never heard of it. Yeah, check it out. So look, predict leads dot com. You can basically do what Neil is talking about. And I think they might have a free trial or freemium version of it. But if anything, the crunch based way works really well. And you can use a tool like hunter IO to find email addresses. But most of the time, it's just fun to CEOs, find out who the CEOs and he's usually just their first name. What I would do now is I would send them a video and say, hey, these are three things that are wrong with your paid ads right now. And then make like a 5 minute video. Say, hey, these are the things that are wrong right now, because then you're kind of establishing a relationship. They see how you talk, they see how you think and all that. Maybe you reach out to like 5 or ten of these per day, right? If you keep doing this for a month, you're bound to get at least one. Worst case in there, like there will be like, dude, this is so much this person's smart. And let's just hire this person. And if they say, hey, I would recommend just trying to close a contract. Neil's point tried to get some money in the door for you. It's like a client you're desperately like your dream client, you want to work with them no matter what. Sure, then you can fall back and say, hey, why don't you work with me for two, three, four weeks or so. If it goes well, I want in our agreement to move forward with a contract. How does that sound to you? And that usually works. And also, when you email them, add this investor on there too, because when you're breaking up with things that are wrong, a lot of times and vegetable pushing to hire you and just go and test it out. Yeah. And so again, you can look at crunch base to see who the investors are. And you can see who the GPs are, right? And as part of the group that invested. So look, I mean, this is not just a way to find your first PPC client, but this is a way to find any type of marketing client in general. And if you want to think about this from a design perspective, too, you can call out some things that are wrong with their site, right? So that's how I got my first clients in the early days. I did a lot of this. I was spending, I didn't have these tools back in the day, right? I would have to go to data dot com, which is now owned by Salesforce. And I'd pull the email addresses there. And then I would make a 20 minute video and I'd have to upload it slowly and I would do like ten to 20 of these a day. And I actually got a client that ended up paying about I think it was ten grand a month. And so that was great. So this is a strategy that works. Try it. And if you want more strategies on how to grow or start your dream business, we've got a couple of secrets to share with you at marketing school, the IO slash training and we'll catch you later. We appreciate you joining us for this session of marketing school..

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"1919" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

01:57 min | Last month

"1919" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"Excuse to remove him and other activists and used to count on people the force so he was convinced with this and he's sick that then non-competition movement has ended but it was something which could movement and in young india. He has mentioned a very important court. Please listen to look carefully. He said that it is a high dam that the british were way to realize the defy to was commenced in nineteen eighteen. That fight that wisconsin's nineteen twenties of fight to the finish. This was a statement even though it was called off very quickly just because it could not support is very basis or very necessity nonviolence but the most important factors that commanded support and sympathy loss sections the indian people and the courage demonstrated by them was something where they dispelled the notion that the desire for the national freedom was more important than anything else with this. This face ended the stymied in one thousand nine hundred and did with this note to no more eat be connected with me and take away. Good care of yourself 'til dan..

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"1919" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

06:53 min | Last month

"1919" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"As it. Were in favor of gender dr so now all these incidents together head gone to start date stepped forward to lead the movement and the name of the moment i have already said it was noncooperation. See when we are cooperating with others. Take it for granted. But when you when you do the non-cooperation the undestand or i can you realize your importance. And that was a metal which enrolled nonviolence and gandhiji forced leisure of this movement and in december nine hundred twenty knocked recession here now. The goal of the congress was attainment of suraj by peaceful means and now the working committee was made and each working committee was having fifteen members. Now the what was the aim of the school meant what what the methods understand. This nonviolence was the i think was underlying principle on which it was based right second important thing education boy coach there. The active radios were bombay. Up behind only saw assam right then. The boycott of foreign plot and use of three she clocked picketing of shop selling foreign clot and with this. What happened the value of imports of the foreign cloth fell from one. Zero two zero in one thousand nine hundred ninety one fifty seven karori nine hundred twenty one to twenty two. I have the most dramatic you went with was the visit of prince wails on seventeen november nineteen twenty one. He was greeted with empty. Streets and down shuttered. Shut us wherever he went. So the non-cooperative became more aggressive and number of movements. Were their local got support. The boycott or i can see with this woman in sam the liebers on deportation. They went on strike in banja akali movements by the By the crease were started so that they could free themselves from the corrupt hunts in goodwater. So this woman was taking different shape. Or i can see different regions of the different people of india. Deavere giving their meaning of swaraj to this moment right you sign moments of ub and hill. Please understand examples could be multiplied. but the point is that the spirit of unrest and defines of authority and gendered by the nc 'em non-cooperation women contributed to the rise of local women's and it did not adhere to the palacio dawn violence so this was something which was disturbing that local moon started with this. Nc him but the most disturbing factors that is not adopting the policy of non violence and you can see the recent example. The recent case in luck kimball in. Up their the farmers were terrorized and this incident has also been termed or has been compared with jelly vita moment so history has several example. They'll the pieces. They have raised voice and especially during this phase of ncnb has started the movement not to cooperate with the higher quality and the result was that government never never supported them. They have given their answer in their language. How and what happened after this government. Ask on e. g. to persuade early battles to withdraw from the speeches and why it did so so that it can draw a veg between allie brothers and mpg. They knew that on digi is trying to unite hindu-muslim but they wanted to dividing hindu and muslims as they have done in the partition of the goal in nineteen zero five. So they've tried to do this hair also and the followed the policy of repression. Thousands of indians the came forward to the coordinates and gandhiji had a lot of pressure from the congress to start the fleas uil civil disobedience movement but he was not ready as the fate has decided something else on fifth. Fep ninety twenty two george. Hr incident in up. Go to cool change. The scenario and the attack of idiot crowd on the policemen and set of five on police station changed. The scenario. An ncaa was called off for this gandhi. Lot of comment on his decision of the offer. Join this movement and dolly resolution. Twelve hundred nineteen twenty two but he was confident he proceeded with the confidence and he said that if he would have launched civil. Disobedience newman at this moment the government would have had the.

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"1919" Discussed on Nationalism in India

Nationalism in India

08:56 min | Last month

"1919" Discussed on Nationalism in India

"Hello everyone welcome back all of you. The four episode of my podcasts ghandian nationalism hope you all fine and taking very good care of yourself. Good very good. Today is maha enough. So i wish you all a very happy mahan of me and may borders to involve you all with the good strength okay. So the journey of nationalism internationalism has reached to a very important point. Now the very important ill that year. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety the will be discussing about this in this episode. Okay but before that. Just let me remind you all a very important pro bowl which we all have reg in our childhood days. So what's that slow and steady wins series this something. We have learned in our childhood days. But how many of us have actually practiced it in reality. Probably we all must have but if not no need to worry we need to understand that why we have to practice this and this is what apt gaze of gandhi who slowly earned goodwill he owned goodwill with his work among the masses. We have learned this that how he became a must see half the people for his followers and how they used to flock to him for his dushan. It all happened just because he did something great for them and they had immense frey in his wall in his action hall. This was visible to the britishers. Your nine hundred. Nineteen was a turning point in the indian nationalism. It saw roy lewd act which aimed at go being built civil liberties of indians and therefore is regarded as a grievous insult which team just after the world war one so the goal meant started using its repressive policies. That indians could not speak anything before them. They should just follow them right. So that is why this was passed. And then this was buzzed. What gandhiji did he formed. Set the about okay set the graphs about. Why did he form that. He formed that to launch a very important historical movement known as yoga for the truth. So this saab was formed and it was decided that on six several nine hundred nineteen. This woman will be started to express the voice of this enchanted indians hand. It was also decided hill. That a nationwide her. A combined with fasting and grill will be absorbed. All this was started on six apple and these even for annoying home knowing dishes even cinven job moving in tragic direction. I don't tend to local leaders whereas did army was called in and the city was handed over to the gender and dr yes and what happened on toting employees. We all that incident shook all of us as injin bosses who gathered there were in a festive mood and those innocent masses unarmed and finding of unarmed crowd by the truth continues ten minutes in volleyball on hockey was bootle incident and it reminds us of very important fact that we all are human being and as a human being we should have a heart so that we should the pain of others. And if you are heartless person means you're not a person you shouldn't you are not a human being so such act by the britishers. What obviously not good. Why because they have fired the innocent people without knowing the fact that they gathered there just for celebrating their festival. by sake. so the brutality. At julia villa barnes stunned. The entire nation bent was pleased under the martian low had this juncture gandhi withdrew set the other movement on eighteen april. When he saw boylans one was something which was against his principles so he judas mute mome movement just because the violence erupted from hera. Mahatma ingen experiments started he was to divine to take all these and dubose for the engines. You must be thinking why. He was so foam in his efforts number of reasons. Were there. The foremost reason was jolly harare bar incident and second important thing was related to the world war one and that was related to the college of turkey who lost his control in world war one and to support his muslim brothers gandhiji for their support in very potent movement there. Their cooperation was required for non-cooperation these british's and that movement we will be discussing your in. Dd now here. I would like to mention the report of hunters committee. The hunters committee which was appointed by the goal meant white was appointed. It was appointed just to see the condition of people in banjar or the incident in banjar which occurred the government appointed to know to inquire the punjab and it did the report which hunter committee summited was an. I've wash.

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Taliban Declares 'Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan'

C-SPAN Programming

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Taliban Declares 'Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan'

"The Taliban officially declared the formation of the Islamic emirate of Afghanistan. And it comes on Afghanistan's Independence Day. Today. It's been 102 years since the end of British rule in 1919, a video compile ation posted at the Fox News website is captioned videos Maroun the Kabul airport and from the A Salvador at District of Kunar province show Afghans running for cover her As Taliban fighters opened fire during Independence Day protests. In that video posted at Fox News as the Pentagon and update on the ongoing effort to airlift US citizens and Afghans who aided the US out of the country. General Hank Taylor is deputy director of joint staff regional operations. U. S military footprint in Kabul has now more than 5200. Total troops on the ground. Kabul airport remains secure and open for flight operations. There are now multiple gates that have access for entry into the airfield, which will help expedite processing in a safe and orderly manner. In the past 24 hours. 13 C seventeen's arrived with additional troops and equipment. Also 12 C seventeen's departed. These flights contain more than 2000 passengers. These flights left Kabul and arrived at designated safe havens in staging Earth in the Centcom area of Operation Since the start of

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"1919" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"1919" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"1919 87. Good evening. Today is black Monday, the day the Dow dropped more than 500 points today, so let's start with the Dow. It's the oldest index and it's calculated differently than the others. Think yourself back to 18 84 Men of means are wearing silk top hats and speculating in railroad stocks. And these three investor journalist types Charles Dow and his partners Edward Jones and Charles Berg stressor. We're putting out a two page bulletin that they would circulate and the firms on Wall ST. Thomas Stapleford is an economic historian at Notre Dame. So in 18 84. They started calculating an average of the prices of 12. Stocks and 10 of those stocks were railroad stocks in 18 96. They started publishing a new stock average in the financial newspaper. They created The Wall Street Journal based on 12 Big industrial companies. The Dow Jones industrial Average was literally that The average cost of a share in those companies. It started out around $30 and a point was a dollar. But in subsequent decades that $1.21 equivalency went away. The average was adjusted for things like stock splits and mergers. Some companies were dropped and others were added, bringing the total to 30 companies. The Dow's biggest problem today, says Stapleford is that it's weighted by the prices of shares and those vary a lot. So you think about like a $1 change in a $10 stock is 10%. That's a big deal. A $1 change in $100 stock is only 1%, and that's a much smaller issue. But that $1 change in the $10 stock has the same effect on the movement of the overall Dow Jones as the $1 change in the $100 stock. By contrast, the S and P 500 NASDAQ composite developed decades later include far more companies and weight them according to their market capitalization. In other words, the cost of a share multiplied by how many shares have been issued. And so, says Santa Clara University finance professor Meyer Stat. Hman. A 1% change in the price of Apple has greater effect on the index, then say Macy's, which is among the smallest One thing nearly everyone agrees on. Ignore the point change. It's the percentage change that matters and why you, emeritus finance professor Richard Sylla explains. If you had 100 Point move in the Dow index, That's 3/10 of a percent NASDAQ that 0.7% in the S and P index. That's 2.3%. Some investment advisors think we should pay less attention to the daily fluctuations in the indexes and focus on the long term. But Notre Dame's Thomas Stapleford says our collective obsession with the Dow S and P and NASDAQ numbers isn't all that surprising, Right? I mean, this is different than unemployment, the consumer price index, or GDP, which are the best monthly measures. Here. You can get a daily update kind of feeling the pulse of what seems to be going on in the economy. Except as we say early and often, the stock market is not the economy. It's just a part of the economy. I'm Mitchell Hartman for Marketplace. His final note on the way out today in which I'm going to date myself. But honestly, what the heck, those of you of a certain age will remember and perhaps not fondly. New Coke. The soda companies misguided reformulation of its flagship beverage lo these many years ago. Now today comes news. Coke zeros. Recipe is up for what the company is calling a refresh. I.

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U.S. city to become first to pay reparations to Black residents

Anna Davlantes

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

U.S. city to become first to pay reparations to Black residents

"The green light to the initial payments of the city's first in the nation Reparations program, Alderman Robin Rue, Simmons says This is just the start. We all know that the road to repair and justice in the black community is going to be a generation of work. It's going to be many programs and initiatives and more funding. The City Council approved a plan last night to direct $400,000 from the reparations fund to a housing program that will award eligible individuals up to $25,000 eligible residents or those with ties to the city's black community. Between 1919 1969. The money can be used to help buy a home. Hey, a mortgage, A war for home improvements. The $10 Million Reparations fund is funded their marijuana sales tax revenue. Federal

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Evanston, Illinois to pay reparations to Black residents over housing discrimination

Mandy Connell

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

Evanston, Illinois to pay reparations to Black residents over housing discrimination

"Assistance, home repairs or property down payments. Residents are eligible for funding if they are the direct descendant of a black person who lived in the city between 1919 and 1969 and experienced discrimination because of city policies. Our next news updates at one o'clock I'm Susan Witkin on Keohane, NewsRadio, a 50 A M and 94 1 of them is a check on traffic. Here's Rick Morgan. In the bed

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Chicago Suburb First U.S. City To Pay Reparations To Black Residents

WGN Programming

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago Suburb First U.S. City To Pay Reparations To Black Residents

"Residents. The measure passed tonight in an 8 to 1 vote. A City council members there call it a first phase and says it's targeted and narrow, providing $25,000 to a small number. People for home repairs or mortgage downpayments. Supporters say they hope it serves as a model for other U. S cities To qualify Black Evanston residents must be able to show their direct descendants of individuals who lived in Evanston between 1919 and 1969. 11 year old Ni Andrea Dyer was taken off life support today and died

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Chicago Crash On Rand Road In Mount Prospect Under Investigation

TJ Stearns

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago Crash On Rand Road In Mount Prospect Under Investigation

"I'm going investigation into a rollover crash that occurred on Rand Road this morning. It's still shut down in mount Prospect both ways between Central Street and Henry Crews work out a crash with injuries in Hanover Park on Green Book full part east of Barrington, Rhode. Holds a crashing Hodgkins at 75th Hand of Willow Springs. No issues on the Edens Kennedy going outbound. Eight minutes to Montrose Express it 6 19 getting out to O'Hare inbound side 26 minutes over here to downtown 17 in from the junction. On the outbound side of the Ike. You're looking at 15 minutes for Wolf wrote 26 out to 3 90 31 minutes from 3 1919 in from Bolt Stevens and no delays, But the inbound exit ramp the inbound Ryan is all jammed up. On the Ryan out found is 14 minutes and 90 History Club minutes in about 57 4 lakeshore Drive all good. No soul spots on any of Illinois soul weighs 80 94 clear to

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"1919" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He's certainly he's function. Always fine with things around him or or are structured. He is not going to take a match to it like James has. Or all the the Blaine Gabbert sor scrubs of the past, not the J. Mrs Blaine, but you know what I mean? But I do have to At least you know, make a distinction here. So you're eight and three like Tennessee, All right? The collective record against the team that he's beaten so far this year. 24 51 to all right, well, what's the circumstances? What's the context behind that? He's beating a one win team he's beaten to to win teams. He's beaten to three win teams, and he's beaten to four win teams. Well, what about the three losses? What happened? Really? The three showcase games Ravens Week one. Los Ah Buck 89 54% 1 Touchdown one. Pick L Week six. Steelers won 1919 yards 56% Completion percentage one touchdown one pick l and then finally weeknight. It's not quite a showcase, but the Raiders are good. Loss. 122 yards 48% No touchdowns? No, I mean, when he plays a good team, he's played poorly. When he plays a bad team. The running attack leads him. Yeah, I think I'm on its simple this at the end of the day. That's who he is, and it's. It's what he's put on tape, but it's and I think that's what we can. We can settle on that, So that's what he is. But I don't think the Browns need I don't think they need him to be a superstar in order to win, and it's Don't you need him to be a superstar to give him that money? Yeah, but I got you know, BTS. We've been talking about this a lot Where the NFL That's why, but I swear this is business. I swear. It's changing. It has to. You have been saying maybe you to speak this into existence because it just has to see it happen. But how he hasn't happened yet, But how are you? An NFL team? And you know you have a baker Mayfield at quarterback. Let's look, let's say they go 11 and five this year. Okay, likely don't happen, But that's not in closets. Not important. Let's just re into the Final five. That's exactly right. And let's So Let's say that that happens. Beatty and the Cleveland Browns finished the season 11 and five and you're like Holy cow! There we go, the brown, Let's Let's go Now. Baker keeps playing the same way he goes for a buck 50. Maybe just one game. Maybe those for 98 yards. Who knows, but they keep one. You know what I mean? Sure, and you get to the point where you have to say, Well, Baker's of winning got like he's He's good in our locker room. The guys like him. He's a leader for this team. He's not elite quarterback with what we're winning. And so if you're the Browns and you're gonna you're gonna all of a sudden go You know, I think I'm going to disrupt my this'll winning the thing we have going on here. We're gonna bring in another court back. We're not gonna pay Baker. Maybe we're gonna bring in another quarterback. And all of a sudden you might start from scratch again s O. My point of which is not the smart move exactly my point my point of drawing you that way, bt's because eventually they're gonna decide what's Baker Mayfield Worth. And we know what the history is of consistent starting quarterbacks in the NFL. They want $35 million a year. They want to be the next highest paid at ever in the in the league because the quarterback is the highest position pipe paid position, so whoever gets paid next to supposed to be the highest paid That is an untenable situation because of guys like Baker Mayfield, who are good enough to win and he's not gonna excite you. He's not making an all pro team. He's not. He's not making the Hall of Fame is not that player, but he can win. And if he can win consistently, the league has to adjust to a player like this at that position at the quarterback position. It's a great party. I mean, I think I've been yet You're right. Bt I've been harping on this for good years that but you've been right. You're ahead of the curve, you know, But I've been waiting for the example where it fit like there were certain examples that it didn't really fit like the guy just wasn't good enough. You know what I mean? Like Kurt cousins who may be outplayed himself and you got paid. But it wasn't the right example with a guy who could win. And who is winning organization that I can't tell. You know, he's the peace, the example. But he didn't even conventionally because he bounced. You know what I mean? He went somewhere else. And, you know, he didn't hit rock bottom, You know, I mean, not like he was out of the league and he got his chance. You mean he was brought in to be a backup being insurance policy? In Tennessee and when he took advantage of his opportunity, But I mean, if he had stayed in Miami and that his exact same scenario it happened, get a deal. Not it's not crazy. Huge. Um, it's good but not be. You know the elite of the elite a quarterback money Then he would have been the example. Baker Mayfield is the example with the team that drafted him because it's all about the team that drafted you. This is what I'm talking about, You know, team draft you. They keep you for five years. They make a decision. We're gonna pay you. You're gonna be the next highest paid at the position. Dak Prescott, his example of that not happening and then get hurt like that was the dilemma. Now we found an example of a guy who could win, but snot elite and the Browns gonna have to find a way to hold on to him because I think he is the guy that they need. Yeah, I just don't think he's going to be a superstar in the NFL. Let's simple. He's the guy they need. But he's not the guy. Yes, but that but that's okay. Okay. It's okay with a championship. Yeah. Okay, So if you want to win a championship in me, that's kind of a settlement. You know, you know, my seven in the bar. Look, you know, I have my philosophies on in football and look, it Z Told you the one about coaching you gotta be able to motivate. I mean, you gotta be able to teach you gotta be the motivate got better making game decisions right? Certain there's certain criteria about winning championships for with the quarterback position. And mind. One is your Hall of Famer. That's what it takes. His three says it 74% bt It's a huge number of championships are won by teams that have a quarterback who is or is was is going to be a Hall of Famer. Absent that you better have one of the best defense is certainly of the of the of the of that year, maybe of the era. Tom about the Redskins back in the day when they were still the Redskins before they were watching the football team. You talk about the Bears and 85. You're talking about the Buccaneers in 2000 and two You're talking about the Ravens. Um, back in 2001 that I lost. You better have an elite defense. If you don't have the Hall of Fame quarterback, so the question now becomes Baker Mayfield. Now we get anally defense on this side are the Cleveland Browns and only defense are elite. You know they can They be there? That's the question. So we're making that we're making the distinction. What did the Browns need to do? They need to go find the man that quarterback or do they keep Baker and a reasonable number and go become an elite defense. I think the latter Is more likely their path to winning a championship, especially in the black and blue Division of the A. F. C North, By the way, so the whole that's cheeky reference that I put upon my Twitter account and very simple. The baker Mayfield was redrafted. Where would you select him?.

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Over a century ago, masks were controversial during the 1918 flu pandemic

Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Over a century ago, masks were controversial during the 1918 flu pandemic

"CBS News is Anthony Mason took a look back recently at the way masks were handled more than a century ago. That, of course, during the 2018 flu pandemic, also in the fall and found many similarities to today. Fascinating look from Anthony. In the fall of 1918. As Americans across the country were celebrating victory in World War, One of the masks on returning troops showed we were losing another war against the so called Spanish flu even a century ago, masks were controversial. Yes, And for so many of the same reasons they are today. Nancy Toms is a history professor at the State University of New York at Stony Brook at its worst in 1918. How bad did the pandemic get really, really bad? He referred to it as the Big one among historians of medicine. 675,000 Americans would die nearly a third of them in a single month. The Red Cross spread the slogan Where a mask Save your Life. And nurses began to make them for the public way. We're looking at two masks God's masks that were used in the 1918 pandemic. Here in California, there in the collection of the Oakland Museum, Erin Dina Delgaudio is associate curator. That pretty transparent, right? It wasn't an ideal material, but it was definitely better than not wearing anything. Back in 1918. This was one of the centers in the fight against the pandemic. Yes, indeed. This is Henry Street settlement and its founder, Lillian Walk, played a critical role in organizing the pandemic response in New York City masks were never officially mandated on the East Coast, Nancy Tom says. But other health rules were often aggressively enforced. There were spitting raids, even though by Pelo Yes, there was a definite effort to up the ante in prosecuting. They called them sanitary infractions. The US outbreak had started on a Kansas Army base on the campaign to stop it. Was tied to the war effort. So wearing a mask became a patriotic just Yes. If you refused to wear a mask, you could be called a slacker. What did that mean? A slacker was not quite like a traitor. But it was someone who was dragging their patriotic feet. San Francisco was the first city to actually mandate masks. Yes. 10% of the population was infected between 1918 and 1919. In just a day, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. 100 people were charged with disturbing the peace or failing toe wear masks. Their sentence. 10 days in prison or a $5 fine about $80 today, and then here in San Francisco, there was an anti mask league that farmed in early January. So the chairman was this woman named Mrs Harrington. She was a suffragist. She was a lawyer. He put out a call in the the San San Francisco Francisco Chronicle Chronicle asking asking for for her her fellow fellow citizens citizens who who objected objected to to this this mass mass mandate mandate as as Really Really similar similar to to the the arguments arguments now. now. Actually, Actually, they they argue the ordinance was unconstitutional and that masks had not been proven effective. Some 2000 people turned out for a rally at the Dreamland skate rink. Other cities would mandate masks, including Denver, Seattle, Oakland, Sacramento and Phoenix. They were met with resistance to one major difference. It wasn't political. Then they're wass disagreement between the various politicians about which businesses should get closed down. But The decision to mask or not to mass never became identified with a specific political party.

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Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres

Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie

03:03 min | 1 year ago

Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres

"There were 7 18 7 wins 18 losses against teams that were over 500. If you look at all the playoff teams there, eight wins 20 losses. How far can these Giants go? If they do get into the playoffs? And what are your thoughts against his three game Dodgers series? The first round if and when they get to l. A on Wednesday? Well, I don't know if anybody would pick the Giants to win that. I don't think it's it just it's just not not a reasonable way to think. I mean, the Dodgers were the best team in baseball there 25 games over 500 there one through nine with power hitters. They've got Kirsch on and bueller lined up. They got a bunch of right handed pitchers, you know, adjust in May and Johnson against the Giants, right handers. Stacks up really kind of comically. One sided, however, Marty, it's baseball, right? I mean, what's the point of serious when the first one, but if they be Kershaw behind behind God's man, I mean, you know, that's that's the great thing. They go in your record book? Look up. 1951 look of 1962. Yeah, and this is a you're going to write it. I hope it's Giants Dodgers. You'll write a great story that you will write an amazing story. About about how these teams have played before and how the Giants were written off before to the very last pitch, and they ended up winning and winning penance by doing it. So my feeling is Bruce. You got a lot of lefties. The Dodgers a lefty oriented. We've seen what Kershaw was done before. It's a baseball game. That's all it is. Anything can happen. Yeah, three runs in the first inning off. Kershaw is like, whoa, what's going on here? And all of a sudden, people say, Gee, we didn't see that coming. Yeah, and it's very I wouldn't say it's unique to baseball. But you know if you get an NFL Matchup kind of the best in the worst. He had a pretty good idea how it's going to come out or an MBA. The Lakers are playing a team that's you know, they can't win a game to save their life. If you had a fair idea, but the baseball and we've seen it so many times. You can just knock you on your own your song on your seat her off your seat. What's What is it? Something like that happens. It's the shock. That's it. Come on the Mets and the Orioles 1969. How about that? Yeah, the miracle Mets. They weren't supposed to get there. They weren't supposed to beat the Braves, then Henry Aaron, and they did. And then next next thing, you know, they win the whole thing. And you know Cleon Jones and Tommy and me and Tom Seaver and all of a sudden the team that have been so unbelievably bad. It's like, Wow, these guys are really good, and it turned out they They were very good for the for the next several years, But that was that was a miraculously kind of thing that you know it goes back to the miracle Braves, you know, back in 1919 14. That's correct, George Stone, the miracle Braves. Yeah. So The history of baseball. It's filled with great stuff like this and completely improbable development. So we will watch with great anticipation.

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"1919" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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03:53 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"1919 last. I mean, at this small there is no China now you were because of how often do you find yourself singing? That's all the time more than the rials Song. If it gets stuck in your head, let us know Facebook and Twitter at Hammer and nine. Come on. I lied. Lean, right. That's the priority. Oh, no, I don't say Come on, Eileen. It's Colin 19. China Piss on the Monday numbers take him for what they are. Five new deaths reported 8.7 total positivity infection rate seven day total of 7%. And Nigel believe it was our colleague, our pal Rob Kindle, Who said Why does it even matter anymore? Like what's going to change in these numbers to make somebody say alright, We feel good here. Everything is back to normal like well, Some of the counties were looking at those numbers, and that's their use that they're basing their decisions on whether or not the open schools or not in person learning versus the learning. But, yeah, you're right in terms of hospitalizations, ventilators and ICU beds. They were never really in any trouble back in April. I mean, they were still had the ability to To reflect that were half of what they were. So I just really look at the mortality rate hospitalizations anymore. Yeah, I used to be obsessed with it. The metrics have changed on how they figure out the percentage and Ijust Eric Berman wrote me this email. It's interesting what they've kind of done with. But with some of the metrics have changed to actually make it looks like The percentages are actually going down, which is, which is a good thing. So Yeah, look, I mean, I used to be obsessed about about checking in every day. The positive cases is the one thing nights for me. That's always drove me nuts, because just because somebody test positive doesn't even necessarily mean that they even knew that they had it or they have any symptoms at all. Just ask the NFL players, right. You see that? Do you see that? This is amazing story. It's not getting a lot of attention, but a New Jersey lab linked to 77 false positives in NFL Corona virus testing. So it's not like this is you know you're pulling up in the drive through CVS, get the nose swab and then finding out your results 15 days later. This is the NFL, which has access T the best medical protocols and testing in the world. And the lab that they use. Got it all wrong. 77 positive tests. They were all false positives. 77 players got notified that you have the road or you have to sit out affected many teams in the NFL. And then at second glance, they took another test that we're able to see right away that there was a huge mistake. A huge flaw and this is the NFL. Again the access to the best doctors and testing in the world. Imagine what's going on out there with Joe Schmoes like you and me, right? We don't get the benefit of a second test immediately, right? And how often is this happening around the country If this is happening with the NFL And they're supposed to be the best of the best here. How often is this happening around the country? I mean, it feels like Jimmie Johnson got one of those tests here. When he came in town for the Brickyard. The NASCAR driver tested positive for the right. Rhoda couldn't raise in the Brickyard two days later tested again. He was fine race the next weekend. I bet this happens a lot more than what people think. And this is why, When you see that number of positive cases, you kind of got to take it with a grain of salt. I know some old folks get scared when.

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"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

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"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

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05:56 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

"Instead. Find Macbeth to be wonderful mix. It's almost like maybe comically black because he got that story paranoia but it's really up tempo song until you sort of actually read alert to listen to what it is that he's singing about think hanging what's he doing? Really I, just find it musically joyous and celebrate or even if it doesn't necessarily fit in the mood. The rest of it whereas grind grain is a good song, but it seems to me to be that's the one. That's the odd one out is really difficult to make code reggae workers nanny away with it doesn't it? Yeah I love I. Love Graham Greene but I get what you mean for sure and Macbeth I think when you take it lyrically. I think like you're saying it works really well and I think it's a good little pallet cleanser. Kinda stops you from feeling that sort of language that lane witness, that kind of runs through it. But at the same time for me, it's a little too blues stomp a little too pub rock in my whale way. Not, exactly my will, but he makes an John Kale anything. He lays his hands on up to a certain point I'll say. Really works I don't know if that Caribbean album works very well but. The thing we we should say by Paris nineteen nineteen as well as the it's a very short album. Most of the songs are between two three minutes. Thirty terminates the whole album that you go so. Fix around low enough for you to actually think I. See this isn't quite working if anything is quite the opposite, you were more of each song. You showed a low of restraints and so forth thinking in doing now i. think keeping the song shore in keeping a assure experience during the pair Prog rock was as apex and people praying wwl Bays who decide one night are black. You mentioned the word restraint because that fits very nicely into the next thing that I wanted to talk about and that is the orchestration used album. Now it's funny thing because until. I saw a set down to make a few notes I actually thought that there was a lot more orchestration on the album than there actually was, but is only like I think on three songs and I really thought such as the mood album presents you. It's all over the but it's not as Paris nineteen, Nineteen hanky-panky know-how and the planet Fortune Paris nineteen nineteen is basically or just string quartet with a few horns..

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"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

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"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

"If it nine that something else you might never have made the connection. You know it's true. You never saw things quite that way she knew it all and made you see things her way Macbeth is being reminded that lady Macbeth knew he should kill King Dunkin and he's paranoid for the rest of the play as we all know that story ends absolutely swimmingly. was well for everyone paranoia and anger is definitely something that's in Kale's wheelhouse in a singer songwriter era of the early time wave this either songs about let's make the world a better place. Let's stop these bad things that will bodies of doing and we just need to good old fashioned songs of paranoia as preferred to literature and History I. Mean I'm trying to think how many other songwriters the era with doing what he was doing in that regard with. So using literature and film as a solid base or European history as he has a theme across a whole album, can we go over the cast list of his album absolutely place? They're just wanted to bring out the facts. The we mentioned before that in. This is kind of a timeless album and you know you could have came three weeks ago I was going to come out and nineteen, seventy, three's. But Macbeth is probably the only track on the LP with sort of re it to a time and place. It's Israel upbeat Glam stumper which really makes me think of bands like the sweet sore maybe slade or something along those lines, which, of course, particularly in the UK you that's all I am seventy three that's forty. All biased. So that one is weirdly the need for the time contemporary sounding. So on the L. P. I would say it's the only song to me on the album that sounds like the musicians and you were going to. Talk about. The cost list as it were on the album. Members of little feat and is the only Sunday remotely sense to me like a little theme song I was actually referring to the cast list of people mentioned in in the We're talking about it being literary you get farmer John Old Hall Vague Field Marshall Old Taylor. Amanda Martha the Mama William William William Rogers which is my favorite Mr Towel to others the civil servants which kind of sounds like you'd be on Gilligan's island or something. Queen Grande. Green Columbus Macbeth and Banquo, there's so many characters I mean it's it's it's insane. I can't think of another album that has many mentions to you get a little snapshot of a person what they think or who they are or what they did. You know like Amanda Smiling Away at the end of clean of endless fortune I wonder if there's a way that he in which he was kind of signifying using various characters like that, he's alluding to certain classes of people, all layers of society. Again, throughout the the overarching theme of the LP, he's picking certain characters. Certain points in history to sort reflects the changes will have the changes would affect people were. Spitting inherited this just occurred to me off somebody I don I yeah. It's a standard I suppose for just saying I or use did. You get a little back story. You get a snapshot as I said, it's someone's life and actually yeah. Wait to it. This is what I'm coming to this over the song like Macbeth. It's more impressionistic. You have to come in sort of knowing that it's a song paranoia because it's called Macbeth. Get a little bit of an impression. It's more like I'm standing on the outside looking in at this point in time in the story, there's an old musical, some written by Broadway Songwriter Frank Lusa who? Dog Dog in Denmark and that is pretty much the story of hamlet in three minutes. And you don't need to go in knowing the story if you do then. It's done in a jazz fashion and you can enjoy, but that's more of a novelty, not the story Macbeth. It's an impression of paranoia and like a lot of this song to me is very obtuse just a couple of things where they I K-, I get what they going forward but it's more like I presume you know the story Macbeth this is my impression of paranoia because of these couple of lines, which once again, he put himself back into the first person for those other songs that I was talking about later on in. The Island he is, but he was going for more as an observer. But obviously, this subject matter of paranoia and anger is something that is fascinating to kyle is really any of the whole range of human emotions should be but maybe paranoia is not something that's explored quite as much in songwriting anger joy lust barrel day but fear Paranoia Look I'm sure that there are times both those other ones seem to be more the bedrock of what Twentieth Century Rock songwriting seems to be about I think cocaine psychosis will give you a few. Your Again. Ninety cocaine is immense. Best friend. which culminates in the lopping the head off of a chicken and causing your whole band quit. So he did all this before ozzy. Osbourne I believe actually have been I. Don't know because was probably seventy, seven, seventy eight. So probably after. John. As a bad US I think in certain circles he is, but he's way more. than. You might if instead of the OAS Bornes, you had the CAO's and it'd be just Jordan Ko and his lawyer brief half an hour reading a book looking up occasionally striking his chin, scraping nine seven nights and then reading some more join us next Time Way Joan reads another book. Doesn't sound like. The perfect sort of thing that it'd be showing like not Channel Four and England. Absolutely. One Christmas was so much like the other knows years run two seton cornel now out of all sound except distance speaking of the vices I, sometimes hear a moment before sleep. That I. can never remember whether it snowed for six days and six nights when I was twelve or whether it snowed for twelve days and twelve nights when I was six one of the other literary figures who because really mentioned with Dylan Thomas. Profess I had not read any Dylan Thomas before the. So let's read his original child's Christmas in Wales. I wanted to get an impression just to sort of say what is it that John Kyle is taken away from that for his own song. So the impression I get is still in Thomas's original old talking to young men about Christmas past not being very much of a power tree scholar not sort of poetry. I still find a lot of where I'm scratching my head over at least I'm able to take that much out of it with Christmases past involving cats and snowballs and fire and Sherry Walnuts, and bottle beer in the like listening to John Kale's story of ten minutes. Oranges bled on board ship Lens Comedy to Shane What the Hell..

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"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

"When? He says I wish I could get to see my son again lines like that are direct. There's a lot more cryptic lines that still sort of I mean when he says the Basketball Adrianopoulos on child's Christmas in Wales that's one of my favorite lyrics ever and it's nonsense. It's like two different cities setbacks that sound great. Wish. I could see my son again like stuff like that. It's so direct it's heartbreaking, but it's not sad album either. It's an emotional album that kind of cat goes all over the place and makes you feel like you said hope and lost I think that there's an to this album and if by sort of hit the nail on the head as I to say it with the album being about change and not necessarily for the better. But whereas I think the opening song, they album child's Christmas and wiles is about sort of wistfulness for Simpler Times the academic. Album which is Antactica stotts here, and so I believe is supposed to be his tribute to sunset boulevard. That's not wistfulness for. Simpler. Times. That's just depression for recalling much better times. You're right. This is not an album that is UPTEMPO pop from the one that you alluded to burning Macbeth. is not even necessarily album but east high starts positive negative by it's to me that starts hopeful and then ends up being resigned how past France is a soldier who's on his way somewhere else he's guide to Berlin and he's presuming that. Well, there are people in Palo who know a whole lot better than me I just can't wait for this to be able to. See My son my fate is in the laps of of others, and then the Norma Desmond character is who it is Antactica starts here schoolhouse mind has windows. Now, where handsome creatures come to watch the anesthetic wearing off Antactica stotts, he wants she was watched to mind, and now she's a freak show that some of the more direct lyrics. But as he's had, there's been any. To stuff. That's right a it's a beautiful I think in this records a genius of. was done here is that you can read songs you can read the main different ways. For example, You know you're talking about Antarctica Stars here a is supposedly tribute to sunset boulevard and this by the old fading actress. But if you look at the theme of the or one of the things of the LP's you're from the changes in Europe, you know maybe you could read that as spoiled Europe's had its time things are changing things on what they are still. Over stuff. Like that, but it's there United States open some more than one reading rich against. All Right Sandra literature. Yeah. Yeah. Films I, mean that's what we're always discussing on C. Ear about different interpretations. Last month's outlaw blues as he said, sometimes it's. Sometimes, it's better to Do unto others before they do unto you. It's it's It's a it's a power annoy that that It's Kinda pulpit one thing which I say on this. Not so much like across the AC, but it's with an individual song in this case is to do with fear and paranoia and I think it's done a whole lot more directly on the fear and slide dazzle albums than it is here on Paris nineteen nineteen were talking before about this song fear is a man's best friend the opening lines of the song sit to the a standing writing for a Mantis show why one I fixed on the door, the windings killing me it's wearing me down where ready dead just getting.

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"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

"Seems to be almost more like an extension of himself rather than something that was in the stooges will have yeah. I think that's why they rejected that production right is that he produced it and then they gave it to the record company and they said we're not putting this out like this iggy pop and I can't remember the other guy but he pop and one of the Record Guy's replaced the whole thing i Kale version didn't come out until ten years ago and it sounds totally different in two thousand ten they put out somewhere around there. They put out his version and I WANNA be your dog's really different I. think he's still got a production credit. I didn't realize that they changed it because yeah I remember it coming out like a few years back. I WanNa be your dog version. I is the one that I. Go back to the most I think it kind of sounds like how Lou Reed was producing the later velvet records where Lower in the mix they call it closet mix oh. Yeah. Yeah. I think that happened a couple times to Kale I. think he also wanted to produce the talking heads was in talks with them, and then E-e-e-e-no, got it. They chose over him a one to. One of these. albums. Definitely? No. Well, the produced I mean well as in listen to them and I know them quite well, obviously the first stages l. p.. To Nico Alpay's he didn't desert shore and marble or church. Index. Sorry I. Think of him. He knows albums not just obviously the to Nico albums I think he plays the instruments on there but he brings a lot of his signed, which is obviously what you did with the the first GOP as well. But I wonder if he's one of those, we was one of those producers where he was bringing too much of himself to disable, which is why the people were becks maybe less than kind by his work in the they felt the need to change a talking head sing may be style not because they were thinking now too much cal I mean even not happy Mondays record sounds like kill you know show. Yeah..

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"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

"Was absolutely blown away authority I mean I love the Elvis original but I thought this is how it should set. The tone is it's miserable and dark as the lyrics suggest Bernie said that you've sort of not really gone beyond Paris nineteen nineteen but one of his island albums if it's slowed as it is on slow gasoline. Slide as it appears on there, but the version on not music is even. Than I. Think it is on the slow deaths allowed me just re watch that clip in the last couple of days. John Kale would be declared a genius in my mind for that rearrangement alone. But years ago I remember hearing I think maybe ninety, three, ninety, four, I heard them talk on the radio and public stations here about his album fragments of a rainy season, which was basically him doing unplugged before. Unplugged became a thing is just became behind a piano with a two or three songs on guitar. I'll talk a little bit more about that album as we go along. But that was where I I sort of knew him and I bought that album really really liked hadn't plighted in gays as a result of US talking about this on the show I decided I better go and listen to some other stops I. ordered. A two CD anthologized thing all the island used stuff. So it was fear slow dazzle and Helen of Troy. What an absolute revelation that was an went back and listen to the earlier albums, the academy in Peril, which was sort of mixing pop and classical styles which given the Kale's background as experimental classical viola player sort of made some sort of sense and I believe he had he was doing classical music ensembles before he even did the velvets way into this space. To study in that's. Play with Lamont Young..

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"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

"Thing that I heard of him recording was He did an album with bill for sell I think sometime in the nineties, which was absolutely magnificent. Really really well with getting a forgotten the name of the artist who did the front cover but it's really great stuff if you heard the bill for sale album gone just like trying to same artist. The conceptual sort of work that you get in yellow submarine. It reminds me very much of that Jim woodring. That's the one. Yes, it is. That makes sense. Yeah. He's a comic Book Guy. I've actually got a little book by Jim Woodring, which comes with CD by bill for so I will makes perfect sense doesn't it? I haven't announced what it is that we're actually heated speak about although presumably, if you've downloaded this episode, you already know but I guess a bit do it officially we're here to talk about the John cale album from. Nine hundred seventy three Paris nineteen nineteen. So what we're GONNA do we're going to take a bit of a Break Joann? We'll give you the contact details and then we'll be back to talk about John Kale in general and then Paris nineteen thousand nine in specific you're listening to love episode one, hundred and thirty seven. I got a dusty old pile vinyl records sitting on my floor. We hope you're enjoying the shy. You can find previous episodes at love that podcast dot blog spot dot com we can get along with any of the other great music discussion shows at rock and roll archaeology DOT COM. All part of the Pantheon podcast network to keep up to date subscribe to the show via apple podcasts, stitcher spotify, or your podcast APP..

"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hope you enjoy will critique and discuss albums. We don't do the song by song thing we'd like to talk about themes. We like to talk about music history we. Like to talk about the artist and I always love to have fellow music lovers come on board and join me to talk about a dozen album and today on the show I'm welcoming for the first time in quite a few years I think on this podcast, of course, speak with him every month mercy here. PODCAST is my good friend in compadres. Mr. Bernard stick well. Welcome on board. It's been a long time since we've spoken purely about music I. Think the last thing we did was we do the Judy albums GMS and that's going to be like four or five years ago you. Lord I think so yeah. Yeah. Finally you let me back own. Morris. I. Upset You last time you've forgiven me I probably Bob Dylan or something but other who are working I can just click you're out of the shuttle just remain. Doug. Badmouthing Dylan and on the other side of the world I love doing this because. So international get to meet all sorts of wonderful people for the first time in love that album I'm welcoming to the podcast Mr Doug Bussan. Welcome to the show, Doug well for me. Thank you for being head your new to this show. But for people who may be members of the gentleman's guide to midnight cinema community did no you possibly from there or being a regular contributor to the various music and film discussion facebook groups that? So give us a little bit of background to Your Passion, your love of Music I've always collected record will kid my parents had one of those big console record players it's a piece of furniture speakers at the front and actually had that until I was about twenty five in couldn't lug it around anymore was that with a record stack, it had like a compartment in the top you pull open you put the records in there it was. An automatic you know one of those that reaches over and touches and sees what's what do you have a toll venture seven inch on there they had a lot of dylan records and the doors and Zeppelin, and yes neil young and steely Dan. You know a lot of pop mainstream rock of the seventy s where I think they cut off collecting records was about nineteen eighty. It had an eight track player in it and they had One eight track which was Eric Carmen's hungry is for some reason. So that was not something I listened to a lot but I really love. But I really loved the Rodger Dean Artwork and said the album's inside horror over those in the steely Dan lyrics that I didn't really understand. But kind of was compelled by as a kid. So I loved that thing around it was thousand pounds and I loved that around from apartment to apartment just accrued. More records have my apartment. My tiny one room apartment was just records for a long time and that was in Kentucky and I actually ended up doing something that would never do again, which is selling almost all of my records in order to help fund a move because I wanted to Eastern Kentucky and moved to Minneapolis, which cost a little more money than living in Richmond did. So that was a move I regret on a daily basis. Not The move selling records have you been spending all these years trying to buy them all back? Some of them I was never allowed to discretion to kid about what I bought. So I don't really WanNa buy those journey records that had. Or foreigner or anything I missed a lot of those records that I had especially the ones I collected in through the nineties when I started getting into more indie rock and of unguarded rock and stuff like that. So all my Roxy Music Ivory collected in Smith's stuff that was childhood you know I think we started having compensation the love that album group will make it. On Your own paycheck probably on the rampage about love of Elvin, Jones because you've been getting, you've been doing over the last few months one of those ten records in ten day challenges but you just kept going and now were you went one hundred and fifty hundred and sixty or something like that, and you posted something. Elvin. Jones out this is the guy for me. Yeah Oh I love Elvin Jones is solo stuff. It's all over the place, but I'll even go with him to you know new agenda and that sort of when he gets a little more far out there, I really like everything he's done pretty much. He's already pepper stuff specifically which you recommend I get into and I still haven't done that in the last month or so. But yeah, we'll follow up on that I think the last.

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14 rockets hit Kabul on Afghan Independence Day, 10 hurt

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

14 rockets hit Kabul on Afghan Independence Day, 10 hurt

"Independence Day in Afghanistan and the fireworks are really as Afghan President Ashraf Ghani was placing a wreath at a monument marking the founding of the country in 1919. Others had a different kind of celebration in mind, Officials now say. At least 14 rockets hit different parts of Kabul during the ceremonies with at least 10 people injured. Most of the Rockets reportedly hit civilian homes.

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"1919" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"1919" Discussed on KGO 810

"Listening to the chip Franklin show You have a voice be heard KGO Aten. So Trump actually tweeted out over the weekend. Some images of people who he said should be gathered in and tried Have indicted and tried for treason for pulling down statues. The president didn't want many statues and and, interestingly, some of the people that he chose To defend were some of the worst on John Wayne is a great example. I don't know how much you know about John Wayne. They're talking about renaming the John Wayne Airport and this is part of Ah, movement we have right now, and it's not about It's not revisionist history. It's just getting the truth out there. John Wayne said he didn't believe African Americans deserved equality until they proved it. He said that Now you would think that would be one He would pull down as I mentioned before, but no, he doubled down on it. And then again, if you're if you're not familiar with, you know that whole that whole movement. Especially with John Wayne, because I think that one of the things about him that gets me is that people don't really know this guy was here. First of all, he was an average actor at best, but let's just go back a little bit. Go back in history and look at it. Who? John Wayne wasn't why Playboy did an interview with him back in 1919 71. And this and this is a big part of why people called for this to come down. Back in 1971 he told Playboy magazine that he believed blacks or after eating sea ever Americans that blacks More. No, I shouldn't get equality until they proved it literally until he said they proved it. So when you get into, you know more of what he said. You realize why we name in an airport after him, And this is kind of like what This segment is about. Phone numbers 80 88 10 What Somebody famous dies. We get all weepy and slap their name or likeness in some public place without considering the effect of the words or actions had on all Americans who don't have a voice. It's not political correctness. It's simply correct. The taking down the Mississippi flag. The ceremoniously dropped it yesterday. On a Sunday instead of a weekday is not about George Floyd. George Floyd was simply the catalyst for it. But it was a reminder there to every African American in Mississippi. Is to stand your place, boy. And if you don't think that's true, then you're naive. The Confederate flag was in part of their flag. For all these years, for one reason and one reason only to remind black Mississippians that if they got out of line The clan could come in the middle of night and solve everything. Several statues of Confederate leaders that I've been torn down. And it bother trump tremendously that they're taking Robert Li e li it to Robert E. Lee down in my own hometown of Alexandria, Virginia. Which was right in front of the federal courthouse, I think was 1/4 district where my mom worked for 25 years and he was facing south. In fact, the road that would take you to Reagan National Airport. I'm pretty sure it's been renamed recently was called Jefferson Davis Highway, remembers a kid Jeff Davis highway. There's a ball field in their ways to play. Where is the game going to be? It's going to be in the field on Jeff Davis Highway said it my whole life. As a kid. It's not wrong to want to fix wrongs. It's a natural evolution of thought. I know some people say Oh, we're getting carried away with it. You know what you're gonna want to do. Next Change Washington, D C. Thomas Jefferson raped his slaves. Now I know you don't want to hear that. What he did. Hornos consensual. It's not consensual when Sally Hemming can't leave for fear of being whipped. She can't leave a building and try to go someplace without Jefferson being able to take out a whip and beat her to death if he wants to. Who in Virginia's gonna prosecute Thomas Jefferson. He raped her. She had his Children. There was a mind blowing op ed in the Washington Post time. Excuse me in The New York Times. About written by a woman who said I am the Confederate monument. And she just has She was blew me away, she said. Every time you see a light skinned black person think rape. Because that's why they stand out so much from Africans. Because Africans didn't have white slave owners raping their women. And then abandoning their Children. You wonder why African American men felt a masculine It couldn't predict their wives. They would be killed. Or beaten to a pulp. Masters would come in and they would rape the women. Whenever they wanted to. However, they wanted because they owned them. So when you think of slavery The moment, you know, and I've heard from people in Congress say things like, Well, they got better treatment than you know, than they were getting in Africa. They would say things like that. It's it's mind blowing to me. That we still are dealing with this today. Phone numbers 80 88 10. I'm just putting this out there. So the next time you get in an argument With some knucklehead. I want to talk about the south in some way about it's their heritage their heritage. Is that they raped women who could do nothing. No way. Chip is not. No, there's no, that's that's their heritage. Southern slave owners were rapist and murderers. And the idea that we should honor them in any way not to mention traders, Treasonist pigs. Yeah. I mean, there's no other way to put it. It reminds me of Grant Taylor's joke. Comedian friend of Mine is in people Go Civil war. One thought over. Slavery was fought over. It was economics. Yeah, you didn't want to pay the help. And people would laugh because we've forgotten the reason they laugh because we've forgotten exactly what was at the heart of this. It was on ly about slavery because slavery was the only way they could compete with the world. To get their products to market. Free help that they could own that they controlled that they could rape and do whatever they wanted to. Hi. So this is kind of off. This is why you know what? When, When people try to understand about black lives matters of some people on my next door. Talking about black lives, matters repeating something you've heard on Fox or someplace else. Now. This is why Reddit is acting against hate speech, and they banned the Donald Subreddit. It's of this online community that had broke the many of the rules about harassment and targeting. They finally did it. Something that Zuckerberg is slow to Dio. What's something that Jack Dorsey does on Twitter to a certain extent but read it is one of the largest social networking and message board Web sites in the world. And today they bandits, the biggest community voted to trump Was called the Donald had 790,000 users who post means Racist means mostly Videos and supportive messages about fat, Donnie. Thie executives will read it to the group, which had been highly influential and cultivating and stoking trumps online base had consistently broken its rules. Well, good for read it. What about you? What do you do when you see racism? And what is racism today? I'll tell you what Racism is a mag a hat? Make America great again is racist. It is like a clan. Cat. Our hood. Chip. Come on a little rough on the mantra chip A little rough on the owner on the maggots. Really? I am After what he's done and the things he said recently. Going back to Charlottesville. Fucking a maga hat mean anything other than racism? Talking to me in anything.

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The Politics Behind The Golden Globe Awards

The Frame

06:35 min | 2 years ago

The Politics Behind The Golden Globe Awards

"Welcome to the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas filling in for John Horn. But we're about to hear from John On. He's covered the movie industry for more than two decades as a print reporter and so we figured he's the best person to explain the significance or lack thereof of the Golden Globe awards. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association today announced the nominees for its annual awards which take place in early January but rather than detail the usual inexplicable explicable nominee choices and snubs. We thought we talk about the relationship between movie fans the Globes and the entertainment industry. I John tells us who makes up the association. What's important to me about the Golden Globes and about some other kind of minor film? Awards is that this is not a representative presentative body. They're about ninety journalists. And if you go on the website for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association you can no longer even find their names teams or where they work. It's a very small group of people and they have undue influence because the movie studios have figured out that if they wou- the voters for the Golden Globes and they're filmmakers win awards at the Golden Globes it kind of create some sort of momentum for the Academy Awards but none none of it is very legitimate and H. MPA has cleaned itself up. It's not a scandal ridden as it has been in years past but this isn't an elite group of film writers or film critics that are making these selections and if you look closely at the selections not just this year but but in past years the fact that they are really that serious ask kind of film. Lovers starts to reveal itself pretty quickly. How so? Well let's talk about a couple of past nominations twenty thirteen. There were three nominations for a movie. I bet you you've never heard of salmon. Fishing in the Yemen amend that was a Golden Globe Walker. If you go back nine years to twenty ten there was a movie with Johnny. Depp called the tourists that was largely largely derided that ended up getting multiple nominations at the Golden Globes. And I think if you look closely at some of the selections this year it's clear it's it's driven by the red carpet like who do they wanna have on the red carpet you look in the TV category. There are multiple nominations for the morning. Show a apple all series. That didn't get great reviews because Jennifer Aniston is coming reese witherspoon is coming as nominees and then you look at Ava d'auvergne as when they see us. One of the most critically acclaimed TV series of the past year didn't get any nominations so it's important for the NBC. Show to have that star Klaus so there's eyeball so so people watch. I think that's part of the bias historically for the Golden Globes that you can say it judging between good filmmaker and a less name they generally are going to vote for the last name and they also have some historical by sees you know that are shared by the Academy in the seventy seven year history of the Globes. Only five women have ever been nominated for best director and this year. There are lots of really good female filmmakers that were up Greta Gerwig for little women. Olivia Wilde for book. SMART Hurrell for honey. Boy Marielle Heller for Beautiful Day in the neighborhood. Not One of them got nominated so golden gloves has a pretty poor history when it comes to nominate women the Golden Globes has made some the effort to try to rehabilitate this reputation. What has it done? It's made sure that people who are members actually have legitimate emmett credits. As journalists there been some reports of. I guess you could call it. Bribery or expensive gifts in the past. I think they've tried I to eliminate all of that so again they have cleaned up their act. But there's only so much legitimacy you can bring to yourself when you're only ninety journalists writing for publications that if we had the names I guarantee you you've probably never heard of them and yet the industry I I guess mostly plays along and an actor or director or studio can use success at the Globes as part of their campaign going into Bosco Bosko season one hundred percent and I think that is one of the most interesting parts of the story. Everybody in Hollywood knows in their soul that at the Golden Globes are really not totally legitimate and yet the studios independent companies and marketing departments. Embrace raise them because they recognize. There's a game to be played and the game is. We're going to court the Golden Globe voters we're going to have screenings and QNA's for them and and if we get a nomination are actor or filmmaker is going to be on their awards show and people are going to start talking about the film and one thing gets the other but they do know that really. It's not totally legit but it serves their purposes academy award. Campaigning is a multi title million dollar business. There are people who work as campaign consultant who get hundreds of thousands of dollars for getting nominations or Oscar wins wins. There is a huge business behind all of this and in some ways it might drive ticket sales or people to stream movies so it's driven by finance finance is driven by trying to get eyeballs on the movies but it's all kind of a hustle so John I've never covered the entertainment industry that closely so so like a lot of people in the public eye really always just saw the Golden Globe awards as the first among that more high profile award shows to spotlight the top films of the year. Going into Oscar seasons am I am I off on that. Were not technically off. I mean because the Hollywood Foreign Press Association Asian nominates into different categories for most of the major film awards they cast a wider net. So just mathematically. They're bound to include lewd a lot of movies. That end up getting nominated. I wouldn't say they're that much of a bellwether but because they're embracing so many movies. They have a a mathematical chance of getting most of those things right. John Horn out in New York. John Thanks for joining us to talk about the Golden Globes. We'll see when you get back. Thanks for sitting. In

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