35 Burst results for "1955"

Do People Still Dress to Impress?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | Last month

Do People Still Dress to Impress?

"If you look, I don't know if you've ever seen this. You should look on the Internet. For a photos just put in base baseball game 1955. Oh, it's like from people, so this is critical. Men and women dressed better far better for baseball games in the 1950s than for church today. My dad told me recently that when he was younger and he would get on a plane, he would wear a jacket in time. I remember when my mother sent me, I was 7 years old. Did you know this? My parents put me on an airplane when I was 7. And they didn't have any rules then. None. I went on the plane like any 50 year old with other plane.

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"1955" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:33 min | Last month

"1955" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"I am well. What's up in the world of cars? Well, I took the Miata out for the first drive of the year yesterday. Temperatures up into the 5 yesterday and 60 today. Because you throw out the roof so you can't take it out unless it's warm. I didn't throw it out, but I never put it up unless the only time I ever put up the top on my car is when I'm washing it. That's it. Is it a rag top? Yeah. Yeah. So really, it's not a roof. It's a roof in name only. Well, no, it's a roof. I mean, it'll keep out The Rain, so if it starts raining while I'm driving, it'll keep me dry. It keeps the water out when I'm washing the car, but the rest of the time it stays down because it's a convertible. It's supposed to be driven with the top down. If you're not going to drive, if you have a convertible and you don't put the top down, then why did you buy a convertible? That's a good question. Because almost all convertibles look worse with the top up than they do with the top down. Let's just leave the top down. If you don't want your hair messed up, don't buy a convertible. So it seems you have strong feelings on this matter. I have an opinion or two. I see people driving around and convertibles with the top up on beautiful days like today. And I wonder, why did you bother? But speaking of convertibles. Yes. This week, pole star, which is, see, it started off as a company in the mid 90s developing race cars race cars based on volvos for touring car racing. That explains the name pole star, a star of the pole position. Well, actually it's more about the poles. But at any rate, they started off and then they got into building high performance road cars for Volvo, Volvo eventually bought pole star, then Volvo got bought by gigli the Chinese manufacturer. And then they decided, oh, you know, we're going to make pole star a dedicated EV brand. And so they set it up sort of spinning it out again. And they launched their first cars a couple of years ago, the polestar one, which is actually a plugin hybrid coupe, high performance. And then the pole star two, which is available now that you can buy as a sedan. And they've got more models coming up. But they showed a new concept this week called the pole star O2 as an oxygen. And it's a convertible. It's a roadster. And it's quite a stunning looking roadster, I think. And they haven't said yet if they're going to build this. But it's based on the same new platform that they've been developing. It's a bonded aluminum platform. That they're going to use for their upcoming pool star 5. It's interesting. For years, cars are made of steel. But people are trying different materials. I guess because for weight reasons, yeah, aluminum is considerably lighter than steel. And depending on how you put it together, it can be just as strong. As an example, Ford has been building F one 50s out of aluminum since 2015. And they're plenty strong. It's not an issue. And what's interesting, one of the interesting things about this vehicle, and this new platform that pull stars developing. Polestar is based in Sweden, but they established a new R&D facility in the UK. And they hired a bunch of people from companies like lotus. Lotus sports carmaker back in the 90s.

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"1955" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

05:23 min | Last month

"1955" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"It adjusts. And it sounds pretty good. I'm pretty happy. Yeah. And get the lights going. Yeah, man. Scott Wilkinson, home theater geek. Thanks. You know, I must have put him down somewhere. Minor by my bedside table because I used the I listen all the time. And I hate to give him a big plug like that because they're a sponsor, but honestly, I wouldn't have known about them if they hadn't bought ads. Because it's brand new. But a 164 bucks is not bad. I think. No. And they're true wireless, right? They're Bluetooth. Yeah. Premium single dynamic ten millimeter drivers, they have microphones as well. So you can use them for phone calls. Yep. And the patented light form technology. Oh man, I'm gonna have to try that. I may see if a tech guy will authorize me to do a review. Yeah, you should do review. Or Alaska, I don't know who's I think it's max's client. I'll ask max if you can. I hope I didn't lose mine. I was bringing to work. I carry him with me in my purse, but I take him out to charge them. USB-C charging. USB-C. USB-C, that's good. Yeah, oh God. Does anybody only have Amazon? Really? Yeah, there are quite a few with micro or mini mini USB or whatever we see. My case in the chat room says they showed that one year at one of the CES tabletop events like showstoppers or pep, digital experience. The urgency of it is kind of fun for me because you get the thing that's like, hey, as soon as you take this out of the package because it's completely sealed in this black pack. Any light. So any light will start to cure them. We'll start to cure it. Pop them on and then you slip them in your ears and it's like hold it a little bit. You'll feel some warmth in your ears because the app is following along with the process and it has like a countdown. And so you're listening to music so that with some good base and mids and highs and so you kind of jam it along as this purple light is shining out of your ears as it's rehab a video of me doing it somewhere. I don't know where you recorded for the ad. Actually, I think they sound as good as my JH audio. The nice thing about the custom molded ones is you can't really see them. They're really in your ear. You can see. And it looks like you still do those custom iams. Yeah, they do. You can still do the audiologist thing. Yeah, yeah. I mean, a 164 bucks, well, a hundred to 200 bucks just for the ear molds, and then you've got to buy. That's why I think they say these are reduced right now.

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"1955" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:57 min | Last month

"1955" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"And be the vaccines work. So we kind of know how to stay, how to do all the things that we want to do and do it safely. Right? Definitely. And you know what? The numbers are starting to show it. Yesterday, the TSA screened 1.9 million through two years ago on the same day, pre-pandemic 1.6, so wow. But that's what you'd expect. Pent up demand, right? It is. And I think you're going to see a lot more of that. It will go up and down. Hopefully no more variants will come out. But a lot of things are happening, Australia, after two years, just announced they're opening up, it's coming the Hawaii is dropping the booster requirement because they've realized they're losing a lot of business, especially to Florida, in California. And frontier and spirit actually this week announced that they're going to merge. They're merging. Now, those are the low cost airlines. So you got to be careful with them because the plane tickets inexpensive, but you might be paying for carry on. I do not recommend flying in either one and full disclosure. I've never flown on either one. I bought a ticket on spirit once for like $15 and then when I went to check in, they wouldn't even let me take my bag, so I was like, forget it. I rented a car while in Florida. But they're great for some people. So just make sure that you know what you're getting into. Exactly. Do you think as a merged airline? They're not going to change anything. They'll both be. Well, I think they're going to fly under one airline. Most likely frontier. The worst thing they're going to do is take away, I hope they don't, but they're going to take away spirits, big fat, first class seat. Can you hear my daughter? You want to run and get her? No, no, I do have a lollipop here for her. I think that will quiet her down. I gave her an iPad, but she'd only get when we're on the airplane. It's special. Come here. Come here, Olivia. She's okay. She has a lollipop she says, I don't need you. I don't need you anymore. Yeah, so my wife had to go out with my oh, that's fine. We love family. No, that's great. Are you going to take the kids anywhere? I think Livia unplugged the Internet connection because Johnny Johnny just froze solid. The young lady, you know, I've seen this happen with many of our hosts, not just kids. Can you hear me?

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"1955" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:58 min | Last month

"1955" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"I got through and I got to the point, I'm registered in, and I got to the point where it says create. And then I assume that all I do is cut and paste a jpeg or a file, either from my iPhone. It's much more complicated than that. I would suggest going to open C, op SEA. Open C is the number one place, open C dot IO. The number one place for creating NFTs, almost all NFTs go through open C so okay. Yeah, I would start with them. And I think it's a little easier to follow the steps. What you're going to have to do when you create an NFT, because you actually put it on the blockchain. And you don't put the image on the blockchain. You put the URL to the image on the blockchain. And so it's kind of a complicated idea. And so if you want to create an NFT, I would suggest doing it through open C and it's a little bit more the step by step is a little bit more straightforward. However, before we go much further, you wrote a book called the conscious planet. Let me explain that. Let me explain that. Yes, and I illustrated the cover of the book. The book that leopard on the cover is gorgeous, Neil. It's beautiful. Your great talented artist. But let me just ask you as part of your vision of sustainability, sustainability, and energy use, because one of the problems with NFTs, it's the same problem with all cryptocurrencies, is they are vastly energy inefficient. Huge amounts of energy have to be used. I've heard that, but I heard that through the advancement of technology that it will take less energy. It hasn't happened yet. All the Bitcoin, look, I have a very skeptical take on NFTs and crypto. So just so you know ahead of time. My attitude towards this is that the people promoting this are the ones who are going to make the money on this. For instance, one of the first things you're going to experience when creating the NFT is something called gas fees, which is the money that goes to the creators of the NFT and the miners who are going to create the proof of work that puts you on the bitch on the blockchain. And all of that money, they're going to pocket. And I can almost promise you as dollars.

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US officials: COVID, bomb cyclone won't slow Santa's travels

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

US officials: COVID, bomb cyclone won't slow Santa's travels

"COVID can't derail norad the U.S. Military agency known for tracking Santa as he delivers presents on Christmas Eve, nor can the bomb cyclone hitting North America. 1500 volunteers are working on Christmas Eve to field phone calls from children who want to know Santa's location and delivery schedule. Lieutenant general David nahom. Up in the north poles even show here, so I think Sam will be right at home with the Arctic weather that's hitting the lower 48. If you're curious how they track Santa, the most famous reindeer plays a big role. He's got a Rudolph in the front with a red nose that gives off a little bit of heat and we have some infrared heat seeking technology that can check that up as well. Norad's holiday tradition began in 1955 after a child mistakenly called a Colorado military command, asking to speak to Santa. I'm Julie Walker

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'Change has come': Mississippi unveils Emmett Till statue

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

'Change has come': Mississippi unveils Emmett Till statue

"A Mississippi community unveiled a larger than life statue of Emmett Till on Friday not far from where white men kidnapped and killed the black teen in 1955 over accusations he flirted with a white woman Hundreds cheering and clapping some wiping away tears seeing the 9 foot tall bronze statue of Emmett Till in Greenwood Diane west grew up hearing cautionary tales about his murder We just have to be here because justice is being served State senator David Jordan who was instrumental in getting the statue says he remembers attending the murder trial in 1955 and vowing to make a difference It made a mockery of justice And I swore then that if I ever get a chance I would do my best to make my best For African American The Emmett Till statue was a short drive from a confederate monument outside the county courthouse I'm Julie Walker

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Community with Confederate monument gets Emmett Till statue

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Community with Confederate monument gets Emmett Till statue

"A Mississippi town is unveiling a statue of 1955 murder victim Emmett Till Greenwood Mississippi is about 11 miles from the crumbling remains of Bryant's grocery and meat market the town is dedicating a 9 foot bronze statue of Emmett Till a jaunty depiction in a dress shirt and tie with one hand on the brim of his hat In 1955 the black 14 year old from Chicago traveled to the Mississippi Delta to visit relatives and was kidnapped tortured and murdered by white shopkeeper Roy Bryant and his half brother after the man heard a story that till spoke inappropriately with his wife the teenagers killing became a catalyst for the civil rights movement the statue will be watched by security cameras nearby historical markers have been knocked down vandalized and shot the reverend Wheeler Parker junior the last living witness to his cousin's kidnapping says we just thank God someone is keeping his name out there Parker says he's glad there is interest in a story that people didn't want to talk about for decades I'm Jennifer King

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Italian heritage group to appeal Columbus statue removal

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Italian heritage group to appeal Columbus statue removal

"An Italian heritage group in Pennsylvania vows to appeal a judge's ruling allowing the removal of a Christopher Columbus statue from a Pittsburgh park attorneys for the Italian sons and daughters of America argue Pittsburgh's mayor doesn't have the power to override an ordinance passed by the city council in 1955 that cleared the installation of the Christopher Columbus statue on Friday the judge ruled that because the statue is in a city owned park it represents government speech and can be removed The statue has been vandalized numerous times and is now wrapped in plastic I'm Julie Walker

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Doug Welcomes Matt McPherson, Founder of Mathews Archery

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:48 min | 5 months ago

Doug Welcomes Matt McPherson, Founder of Mathews Archery

"For being with us. Hey, great Doug. I appreciate you asking me. Oh, it's going to be good. Well, let's start off because I've read a lot about you, the company as far as what's out there. You won't have one of those minds. God, you know, there's this old saying. And sometimes it's misused, but chaining up a child in the way they will go and they'll never depart from it. And that actual wording there from my pastoral days was bent. It's just trying to child in their bent. What they're naturally occurring to. It seems like you had a bent for the things that God put around us in life for mechanical and innovation. Probably coming a lot through your dad. Tell us about your growing up and how you got this mindset of making things. You know, it's interesting my uncle Ed on my mom's site. So my mom had a brother uncle ad, he had probably a dozen patents. And he had worked for a company. And I always loved my uncle Ed because he was creative and he was always making things. And my dad was also an inventor and had, you know, it seems to me right around maybe ten to 12 patents also. And we just were always working on things. Well, group in a very economically challenged family. And if you really wanted something, you kind of had to try to figure out how to make it. And so early on, there was a lot of things that I got involved with through my father, my father loved to just kind of be in the outdoors. He grew up in a log home, basically, you know, speaking with a small family in northern Wisconsin. And he loved being outside. And so my mom and dad, they got married in 1955 and I was born in 1957. My brother Randy was born in 56, so it just started coming right away, but my dad was a pastor. He was a minister in a little town called Nielsen, Wisconsin. And he didn't really he wasn't a position where he was making her any money. And so he was having to do work on the side. He was working at a creamery, I believe it was, and Neil's ville area at the time. Yeah. And so he did whatever he could to try it off. You know, supplement the income in that. And my mom, I found out that she had even sold clothing. They had catalogs and they would have these parties. I suppose something like the Tupperware part is except for it was clothing back in the 50s. And so she would sell clothing, try to make it a little extra money. But my dad said to my mom one day, she says, you know what, I need to go dear hunting. I need to go out and get some meat for the table, you know? And my mom says, oh, no, I'm afraid of guns. Please, I don't want you to have a gun. So my mom being an anti gun person, right? Is what, you know, kind of move my dad into, well, I'll go get a bowl. You know what I mean? Of course. Obvious thing, no gun. Okay, use a bow.

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Mississippi grand jury declines to indict woman in Emmett Till killing

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Mississippi grand jury declines to indict woman in Emmett Till killing

"A grand jury in Mississippi declined to indict the white woman whose accusations set off the lynching of black teenager Emmett Till in 1955 The grand jury determined there was insufficient evidence to indict Carolyn Bryant donham for kidnapping and manslaughter Relatives told the AP till had whistled at the white woman Historian Timothy Tyson read the now 87 year old donham unpublished memoir Her husband brought Emmett Till to her at two 30 in the morning and wanted to her to identify him that she said it wasn't him three times And then she said Emmett Till flashed me a strange smile and

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Celtics great Russell, 11-time champ, dies at 88

AP News Radio

01:15 min | 6 months ago

Celtics great Russell, 11-time champ, dies at 88

"I Mike Gracia reporting Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell one of the greatest players in NBA history dies at 88 Bill Russell the greatest winner in NBA history who anchored the Boston Celtics dynasty to 11 championships in 13 years died Sunday He was 88 Russell's family posted the news on social media without disclosing the cause of death After leading the university of San Francisco to NCAA championships in 1955 and 1956 and the U.S. to the Olympic gold medal at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics Russell joined the Celtics I had never seen the Celtics play when I got here And I played against Heinz in college But I met a couple of occasions And we had an immediate affinity The Celtics were guided by coach and general manager red arbok Russell would win He would make the great play He didn't care whether he went to league in scoring a rebounding or this or that all he wanted to do was be instrumental in winning Russell was a 5 time most valuable player and a 12 time all star Russell was also a leading voice for civil rights He was at the March on Washington in 1963 and at the 50th commemoration of the march We can never accept the status quo until

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A Black church in Alabama and 32 other sites get a historic preservation lifeline

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

A Black church in Alabama and 32 other sites get a historic preservation lifeline

"Emmett tills home along with 32 other historically significant African American sites and organizations are getting preservation grants The African American cultural heritage action fund is doling out $3 million this year to make sure the sites like till's Chicago home the first black masonic lodge in North Carolina and other sites around the country some well-known others not so much aren't lost to history In 1955 till a teenager left his home to visit relatives in Mississippi where he was abducted and killed for reportedly whistling at a white woman and event that

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Emmett Till accuser, in memoir, denies wanting teen killed

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Emmett Till accuser, in memoir, denies wanting teen killed

"The white woman who accused black teenager Emmett Till of making improper advances before he was lynched in Mississippi in 1955 says she neither identified him to The Killers nor watered him murdered I Norman hall in an unpublished memoir obtained by The Associated Press Carolyn Bryant donham says she was unaware of what would happen to the 14 year old Emmett Till till was abducted killed and tossed in a river now 87 donum was 21 at the time her then husband Roy Bryant and his half brother JW milam were acquitted of murder charges but later confessed in a magazine interview copy of her 99 page manuscript I am more than a wolf whistle was obtained by historian Timothy Tyson Her autobiography should be taken with a good sized shovel full of salt Until relative says the memoir is proof of involvement a racially discovered kidnapping warrant issued for Donna was never served I Norman

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Justice Thomas, Created Equal

The Officer Tatum Show

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Justice Thomas, Created Equal

"Know how do they find the film. How can they find a book called created equal, let them know what they got, Mark. Sure, Brandon, thanks. So creative equal to movie is on Amazon. It's on lots of different platforms it's on like Apple TV and all this stuff, but probably the best place to get Amazon. You can get the DVD on Amazon. If you go to manifold productions dot com, which is Michael tax company, they'll have the listing of all the platform it's available on. So the easiest place is how the Amazon.com, but it's a great movie. It's two hours long. It's just really powerful and tax plans. The book just came out this week and it's available on Amazon. It's in Barnes and nobles. It's all bookstores. And again, it's based on that movie, but it's from the 25 hours of interviews that Michael pack did with clarence Thomas. And it's really just an amazing insight into his life. Great stuff like remember the movie as a song smiling faces from the 70s. So Claire Thomas is smiling faces. People smile in your face and they want to do you harm. That's what he calls liberals the northeastern liberals who wanted to savage him and sort of act nice, but then from behind. And he says, he's thinking about that song when he was testifying and watching those liberals coming after him. So it's those sorts of things that are these great we've talked about big issues and kind of neat issues like that. The books that had impact on his life like invisible man by Ralph Ellison, native son, Richard Wright, the fountainhead by Ayn Rand. So it's just barbershop with the movie he loved because it reminded him of going to the barbershop with his grandfather. He talks about the barbershop down in Savannah 1955. And it's just a wonderful captures justice Thomas's life in a really good way.

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If Billy Graham Can Talk About This, You Can Talk About This

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:27 min | 11 months ago

If Billy Graham Can Talk About This, You Can Talk About This

"It was a great awakening that led to the American Revolution of people that were saying, I want liberty. I no longer want to live under king George. Now, that was the first moment in American history. The second, of course, was the church rose up in the 1820s when America was slipping a little bit. Moral decline, widespread alcoholism, questionable behavior. It was the church that aggressively inserted itself to make sure America did not fall. I want you to think of it almost as a trust fall, right? America goes into a trust fall. The only institution that is successfully ever caught America when it's falling is the church. The only institution. In the 1860s, when America was tearing itself apart, it was the church that was the administration of healing. And for abolishing slavery. How about in the 1950s? Someone that all of us will agree was probably one of the greatest communicators and pastors in American history. He himself said, quote, communism is the religion of Satan. How many of you would feel uncomfortable saying that today? Probably a lot. Billy Graham said that 500 times in 1953 and 1954 and 1955, he said, I will not allow as a Bible believing spirit filled Christian to allow my kids and grandkids to live in a secular communist society while the word of God is under assault in the spiritual domain. If Billy Graham can talk about this, you could talk about this.

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Kurt Schlichter: Remember, Stalin Had to Fight Ukraine for 10 Years

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Kurt Schlichter: Remember, Stalin Had to Fight Ukraine for 10 Years

"I've been saying for the first hour of the show I love your opinion on it I'm not sure Putin knows what he's in for here with a long-term occupation of a bunch of hard ass Ukrainians who aren't going to like the fact that you're sitting in with a tank on their corner Darren you are a serious man because you have hit on a real problem for Putin That is he may be like the dogs who catches the car as he chases His mechanized forces are designed to smash other military formations He will do that He will plow through the Ukrainian forces quickly And then he'll have a bunch of mechanized forces trying to occupy areas of the country while a lot of very tough Ukrainians With their rifles start attacking the backfield where a lot of his food sweat train conscript guys are They may have bought themselves a guerrilla war Keep in mind Stalin had to fight Ukrainian for ten years after recapturing Ukraine It wasn't until 1955 that he stamped out the gorillas there I think of it as Lord of the Rings Remember the dwarves The top is really smart and often drunk guys who love to fight That's Ukrainians

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Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Author William Federer Describes the Peace of Augsburg 1955

"Show and we're talking about how the pilgrims came to be the pilgrims, the book is titled the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it, the prequel to America's freedom of the author, William Federer on the line. Bill, you were talking about really, it's just amazing to me. If you don't mind backtracking a little bit, because there's so many things unfolding at the same time. So let me put the needle back on the record. Right. Well, the idea is that Muslims are invading Europe surrounding Vienna, 1529. The reformation started in 1517 and now we got this internal and external disruption of Europe. The older Roman Emperor, Charles V of Spain, he has the biggest empire on Planet Earth. I mean, the Philippines are named after his son, king Philip of Spain. And he has all the new world. He's taken the gold from the new world to fit on his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean. Anyway, he's faced with his double dilemma, reformation out inside and based on the outside. He actually strikes a deal with the protestants. It's called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I speak a little German and that's a fun number. It's own 1400 proven folks. 55. That's the first treaty ever to recognize protestants and in this treaty is a little Latin phrase that made a big difference. It's cool ratio to religio, which means whose is The Rain? Is a religion? So in other words, look Protestant king, believe it ever you want in your kingdom. Let's just work together against these Muslims who are invading Europe because they sort of want to kill us all. Well, this started a domino effect in the next century where different kings fully different things. And Sweden and Germany were Lutheran Switzerland Calvin and Scotland Presbyterian England was Anglican Holland Dutch reform. And of course, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, remained

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"We get them out here. Oh yeah after it rains. Just like it's weird. I always find him in the road to. I haven't seen that many I think that was the only one i've dealt with. We did have a rattlesnake kitchen wants. Oh yeah old. Desert that was not great called animal control and they just sent out a couple of deputies not have and he thought they'd have. I thought they'd send an animal control guy who had one of those sticks with a little rope at the end Nope nope he's like. Davos breaker or something. I'm like i got a hoe. And then he just moved stove a little bit and he just pinned it and then got his knife out and cut it set off. I'm like whoa shit while calling some kind of expert. But i couldn't i mean expert snake killing expert in west texas. Yeah apparently we don't have any sort of professional dogcatcher my sh- who allow will that's gonna wrap it up for two ranch taryn tula. I do want to say our analytics. Keep telling me we have all these international listeners. I would like to know if that is true. Or if they're just americans using vpn's we see you out there. Sneaky sneaky please if you are listening to us from somewhere outside of the united states send us a message and we want to hear from our us listeners. But i think we have a good idea who those people are and how they found us. I'm more curious about the international listeners. So but any of our listeners. Send us an email at monster movie fun time. Go at gmail.com or you can send us a voice message and if you do we might play on the air. Go to anchor dot fm slash m. m. ft g. And you can leave us a voice message there. Yeah tell us if you'll love it. Tell us if you hate it until you found out about it and tell all your friends and right review is on itunes and all that good stuff we have sort of a steady audience but it's kind of a small one read a bit like to grow. Have all of you. So thank you all for listening and as always we will not see you but you will hear us next time on monster movie. Fun time go..

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"Yep sets on fire. Clint eastwood says dumped them all and they took the ball. The napalm on it that seems to do it and the end speidel area where i so. I love this movie. But i feel like there was enough monster in this movie. The only thing about this wine that was kind of different for me was we didn't really get any like like emotionally invested in this monster like it was kind of always a monster. You know what i mean like. It never had a moment of like humanity or whatever. I mean it's just it's just erected it's just to dislike the all but but still like with You're right with the. It was the same with the aunt to i. Guess but i don't know it just felt like very i don't know you know like with king kong with godzilla with all of those monsters. We'd get like those moments of like. Just you in the monster where you like feel for the monster or you like love him in some way or whatever and this was just like morale i for the most part all the big bug movies. They're just straight up monsters. That need to be killed. There's nothing to identify with insects and arachnids. I think are just so different from us. There are people in real life who have pet tarantulas and seem to like them. But i don't know the tarantulas actually give a shit. Yeah so It is harder to sympathize with them because alien to us and they yeah they just don't have the emotional range that primates do or that. Apparently dinosaurs do. Yeah so Screw them i. I'd actually love tarantulas. Do i do i really do. Oh childhood traumas regarding tarantulas. That i the so there was. I do have a story. I in elementary school one of my sixth grade. Teachers had a tarantula or not one of my teachers but v. teachers at the school and one time she was reading first of all i think the was like she was holding the translator like showing the class like holding it in student her classroom but she would get it out and then she was reading to the kids and she was like licking her fingers to like. Turn the pages in the books and apparently when tarantulas are nervous they shoot out these poisonous little hairs so by the end of the story she. Her lips were so swollen that the kids started freaking out and like miss miss. Your lips are swelling and she had to leave the rest of the day because she had an allergic reaction to her own tarantula. Apparently that had never happened before. But that day Something i guess navy. Just the kids had made the translator so it had shot these little tiny hairs in her fingers and then she lived her fingers to like turn the pages and her lips got super super swollen. So that is a dramatic tarantula story. But you know here. I'd hand still loving tarantulas. The only thing i have is one day a few years ago. I went to open our mailbox and a tarantula dropped out of it. Oh my gosh. that's pretty traumatic. Just and i was like a little. How're you and he's like. He's like back legs. I rate a fight me like you sure about that. Just kind of my house. I just left him alone. he wanted off somewhere. I don't know didn't see him again. But yeah we get..

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"Sheriff get armed. Men state police out to demons place and the tarantula log knocks out more power lines. Steve checks on the professor. And the tarantula is now as big as a house which he then sits on our get. He's as big as a house. Professor wakes up very deformed now and is killed as the house collapses under the tarantula stevie escapes just as dr matt arrives get in doll face and and they take off and they meet the police coming the other way and again we have police that carry submachine guns. I don't know where i can find. I have not looked this up. But i find out when it was common for police to be armed with submachine guns. Well also another common thing in these movies to is the police like colin strike. This has always planes for giant monster. Says get this submachine guns. They won't stop it Where they try to slow it down so they get. They get out of the doctor's car and into the state police car leave couple of state policeman behind with the doctors car. Which then start. When the tarantula gets to see when it when the guns in fact do not work and they need to get away. The car won't start cooler. So the tarantula gets them and they're driving to town and talking about getting dynamite. Apparently murphy's hardware carries dynamite. Anki mercy's thank goodness upshot they call the airbase they low and tell him to load up with napalm and rockets and whatever they've got and they take these planes taking off and they take the dynamite. They got several boxes of dynamite. From murphy's and set it up in the road in the tarantulas path. Because i guess. Tarantula likes to walk straight down the road well he slow enough but they had all of this time to go to the store. Get the dynamite. Come back and he is. Still just crossing the renewed. Why does the tarantula across the road to eat some cows joe the reporters like. I don't believe it's tarantula nonsense like well here comes crap and they quickly Took the layout the wires and hook it up to from the dynamite to a plunger in the back of the truck. Little space between them. And wait for the tarantula to get right over the boxes of dynamite. Put down that cartoon plunger and boom. It doesn't do any good. It does not be. I was like wow i how anti-climactic this is kind of like the same thing as in the beginning when like they were like running around for all of this like pointlessly running around to do stuff whatever. It was the same thing here. We just wasted all of that time. Going to get the dynamite going like setting it up and it didn't even work now is apparently when tarantulas get big. They get hard. I don't tranche lizard pretty torrential pretty soft. I don't know why he's dynamite. Wouldn't take care of it. I don't know why these bullets didn't take care it but Yeah tarantula got pretty tough. Just because it got ak Exactly they don't have those. So why does it act like it's got one now. Has its gotten bigger but they do a. Let's get outta here and spiders heading into town. But the airplanes the are army jets air force jets. That were fortunately nearby And immediately responded to the request to come. Shoot this giant tarantula. No questions asked latte. As i said before by clint eastwood the they come in and say they say fire fire rockets. Each to the rockets. Hit the tarantula directly and then the other ones miss but it doesn't they don't bother him at all and then they dropped napalm and that does the trick it just detects a modern wider..

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"Leave it at that. And then we cut the night and the horses in the pen. To tell andy anderson you gather up your animals to protect them from whatever's going on and the horses are in the pen and they're nervous and spooked and tarantula. The horses panic. He just like comes over the mountain with his weird spider. Pov cam use models in a few and they use models for some of the close ups and for the ending they did not set an actual durant's law fire at the end of the used. The well that is good news. There were no tarantulas. Harm this this film right. The andy shoots and then dies with. Not quite a wilhelm scream but wilhelm adjacent close enough screamy scream scream. It was a good screen and less. Yes and then then. The truck attack wrote a truck attack. Do we get there right after that. A couple of guys driving down the highway and their truck flips truck. And it's the my guess. Is the guy with the horse trailer. I trail in the morning. The sheriff reporter the doctor are at the rec more bones. Some here there was a horse. Trailer highway patrol is their skeletons. Were in the spot where there was more white goo goo there. Now is power the skeletons were and somebody mentioned that. There was some of that stuff where andy was too and the doc wants the reporter to suppress the story minds open mouths shut. He.

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"And we're back welcome back. So then we see that. Professor steve doing delicate work with vials of the nutrients. And steve is getting quite expert at this and the professor mentioned that the batches very sharply and they inject a baby rat and the docs starts rubbing his arm. He doesn't know that it's been injected but his arm is bothering him. And then steve is gonna go out. She says scientists science but girl must get her hair done the work and i don't think she does get her hair done though she does she not know. Yeah because then she's wearing a hat. She leaves wearing a hat and she's about to run into to the doctor on the street but she still wearing the same hat. Her hair still looks the same as it did. Yeah so. I don't know so. Yes she goes into town. The doctor rubs his ra the professor arm again she leaves and goes into town and runs into the doctor on the street goes at small town and he acts very smarmy and They decided to go sit in the parking. Talk they decided to play hooky. The doctor asks about the assistant that left. And how is the nutrient coming and she talks about the six day old rabbit. That's huge and dr offers to give her a ride back and they stop on the way to look at rocks. Yes i what well pretty rock formations. I look at the scene of like. Oh the desert is so beautiful. I was like wow people think the desert is beautiful. That's crazy. I guess you get slick. I kind of like desert dwellers and so i don't know it just like i'm like oh those of you who don't know we live in a little bit of a desert in west texas and it is fucking ugly not beautiful but we live in a very flat desert with no beautiful rock formations yet. Arizona is much prettier in that sense of like bam. The rocks in the hills are other parts of texas. That are prettier than this though. Yeah definitely but not so desert. The only reason anyone's here is because of the oil but the the music seems to thank. These rocks are much more. Impressive than yeah. The soundtrack is very excited about these. Like it is just the most majestic thing imaginable. And then the rocks shift and they're they're not seeing it though she just oh must look great from the air and his show you some times again. We're underlining that he has his own plane and see the one says it's serene and quiet it strangely. Evil don don. Tom and just then the evil landscape tries to kill them slide and they leave but they don't see the giant spider that actually caused the rockslide when they get to the house. She asked if he would like to see the rabbits and he's like. Oh yeah sure. And the professor acts really weird that she let him in to see the rabbits but the rabbit is breathing funny and the baby rat is doubled in size in just a few hours and then the doctor gets a call from the office now. The first time he went out there he told josh. I'm going out to the deamer place. But this time he didn't. We didn't see him do that. I'm just wondering how they knew he was out at the or does justice. Start calling around town. I don't know but he gets a call and doc wants to discuss it with deamer. I don't know what does he wanna discuss. You remember. he's just like. Oh i gotta go. But i'd like to talk to him about this work some other time. Right and.

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"I jumped. Sir i don't know calls. I have josh calls dr on his way home. I also have this guy obviously. Did it written again. I think when they get there is the the monkey and the reporter photographer or out there already. Yeah and then he says oh yes. Eric told me you were coming. But i wasn't expecting a scientists that looks like you and has to say that was meant to be a compliment. Yes question mark. Wasn't it was a pretty rusty compliment. They're like he's definitely like hasn't been socialized in a while. they talk about. Paul lund paul's missing these. I guess he did bury him out in. The desert not acknowledged he says paul just left rate. The professors starts talking about his work. I think at this point. The reporters left doctrove. Mafia said that our day give give my break and the reporter photographer left. The professor talks about one thousand nine hundred eighty five to two billion people in the world two point. Eight billion in one thousand nine hundred seventy five. There will be three billion in reality. There was four point. Zero six billion in nineteen seventy and by two thousand. there will be three billion. This movie is severely by two thousand. There was there was actually now. I think he says he says the three billion six hundred twenty five five million was actually six point. One one four billion no about about double. The world may not be able to produce enough food. An inexpensive nutrients is what we need and talk some science mumbo jumbo so i- throughout history like even back in medieval times. People have been concerned about growing population. And how we're going to feed them and their concerns have been largely on founded. We have been there are people in the world who are starving but not because there isn't enough food. The food is just not distributed evenly constantly working on this problem. We seem to be keeping up with the population but he is working on a nutrient and inexpensive nutrient. That will solve this problem and it involves a radioactive isotope colo minded to buying the solution so they throw a little bit of radiation in there but the serum itself seems to be the real problem and then this raises the question as to why we are injecting it into people right over the way this nutrients seems to work is that you just give somebody a shot and a small syringe full of the nutrient is not only enough to live on but enough to make you grow. Make the animals grow beyond their normal limits right but as we discovered this nutrient just causes akremeh galea causes monkey-face..

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"I always find that. When i'm attracted to a woman that if i complain that she has the right to vote that does surprise. I'd like a little of math on you. Hear the nineteenth amendment in which women were given the right to vote passed in nineteen nineteen ratified in nineteen twenty thirty five years before this movie was made john nagar born in nineteen twenty one. So presumably his character was also born in nineteen twenty one so women have been able to vote his entire life. Why does he have this weird. Almost nostalgia for the time before women could vote. Why is it that thing that bothers him get it. I'm just gonna assume that some much older guy wrote this script. Yeah or maybe it's something to say or something you know was good be. Oh my god give women the vote and where do you get ladies slutty scientists so we establish she is going to be staying at immerse place and which was weird right like was. Did you think that was weird like it. He was like well. I do need an assistant and it was a no. it was like chia scientists. Are she going to be like a maid. Didn't mention that she would be working in the lab and cooking and cleaning. Yeah i was like when you. I think when you're a graduate student you get the shit work okay. So maybe this. Except 'cause i was the sexist. I'm assuming there's some sexism involved as well but also graduate student but yes. It was a male graduate student. They probably would not have they been doing for cooking and cleaning up until this point she. They've been working on this for years. Now just the fact that she was staying there. I didn't find weird because the labs there and he lives there and it's a big house right room but the cooking and cleaning part with was a little weird and then the dock just bluntly tells her that the guy that hired her is dead great bedside manner. No i'm sorry to have to be the one to tell you. This is just like he's dead. He's done he's not coming back. Still wanna job or not. Get in here and make me a sandwich. And then i wrote down. Tarantula commission points. I think we get it as they drive by. We get a look at the giant tarantula but yes he slew follows behind the we can also tell here that he's getting bigger. Yes breeze huge at this point. Yeah so i have here doc. Monkey reporter photographer water. Did.

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"Only monkey cocoa jumps on him. Yes oh it was so bad. So it's like this weird camera saying it's a bad at it. I think is what you're talking about like the monkey jumps but the way that it is edson is like the very next thing you see. He's holding the monkey the opposite way like backwards. Just a horrible at it. Their monkeys jumping into his arms. But he doesn't weird. Yeah yeah yeah you you could tell like someone was like throwing a stuffed animals than it was like a monkey so later the doctor so i think he just so he's not worried about the translate because he assumes that all the animals died so he does that. There is a tarantula on the loose. I do want to say that. Unlike many mad scientists we see although we haven't really seen in the movies we've been watching the scientists are usually the heroes. They haven't usually directly caused the problem. But this guy is trying to do a good thing. He's not trying to rule the world right. Recreate a weapon. He is trying to solve world hunger and it just. It goes wrong so wrong but it didn't necessarily need to go wrong. I feel like there is room to follow up on his research. But i think they were going down the. We'll get to this in a minute. But i think maybe their research was going in the wrong direction. The dot comes to see the sheriff and gives them a some. I'm just a country doctor. But i went to the medical library phoenix. They must take his claim. And this is pre. The pre internet days were rough and get in an airplane and fly to the medical librarian phoenix uncle. Confirm that your theory was right. But he wants to know what what were. They work it on out there. The guy was a expert in nutrient biology. Both experts on that. And why are they out there. Working on it. And joe birch. The reporter shows up. He's mad at the sheriff for not telling him it's a small town. There's not a lot of news. You find dead guy in the desert and then colder border about it. It's to be a little upset. Also in this scene here with the reporter and stuff the doc she kinda reminds me of Cooper from twin peaks. Like just like. It's his profile or something. There's something about him. That kind of just reminds. Me of cooper cog laughlin yes. Also in dune dune. is that I i of three versions of dude i think. Isn't there like a new one coming out..

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"Apparently josh listens in on all the phone calls which comes up again and again. Anyway they go to the undertaker and eric before they go to the undertaker's says eric jacobson been found. I think it's eric jacobs account looks like in became a dozen list is go and look at them and they get there and he is a jacobs's a biologist working for deamer who some scientists guy lives in a big old house outside of town. Are they go. See barney undertaker and the doctor thinks he knows when he looks at the body. He thinks he knows what the problem is. But the disease takes longer. It takes years to advance to this point. And he just he just saw him recently or something right. Yeah yeah a couple of people have seen him recently and he looked fine. So it looks like this disease but it shouldn't be given the time line right and The professor comes in and confirms that it is eric. He's known him for thirty years and confirms that is acura galea. Which is the disease a disorder that takes years but seemed to have developed in four days ankle and then this guy says some weird like he's like have you ever watched your friend die and couldn't or something i don't know the the the other doctor guy says something really weird now is just like he didn't why he says something really suspicious. Ray was he was questioning him and challenging him on the disease. He's like we ever watched friend dying the end. There's nothing you can do about it and it's yours because your doctor and you know what killing him. He can't do anything like well but doesn't have to my question of. Why did this disease happened. Four days right But he he says that he was delirious last night and broke out of the house and ran into the desert and Doc hastings is not buying it. For lead or lead character matt hastings not hastings. Not buying it. He often looks him. This guy often have these moments throughout the movie. Where he's like all right sir on calling your bullshit. Then we see the professor the professors is leo g. carroll an older scientists guy in his lab with an apron and gloves and a syringe. And he's putting some. He's got his hands in box. Gloves built in. And he's putting our dosage of a thing of a drug or something and then it goes all this trouble and then he just picks the thing up and handles.

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"And further. Furthermore don't don't put things that you're not gonna use in story if it's there it needs to reason and it needs to get used so i thought the fact that the doctor fluids on plane was going to be a little bit more important than it turns out to be icy because a lot of trouble to show that he flies his plane saw. This is going to be integral to the resolution of the plot but now it just lets him get around a little faster when he's running around checking up on stuff. Yeah he's just a guy but is other planes as we will see. Oh speaking of which flying the plane at the end of the show. Clint eastwood why the one pilot that we see in those planes at the end is played by clint eastwood. We get to see like a fourth of his face. I'm like how did i miss. That is where it will. He's wearing a helmet and an oxygen baskin. So you can only really see his eyes. Oh my gosh. that is hilarious. But once what's his voice. This is very early part. So he's not. Even i think how i think he ends up making movies years later with mara. Corday la the duck Lands his plane. He's just delivered twins. Yeah okay. I also right here would like to say i was so confused. I thought he just had twins or a long time. I was like i'm serious. I was like oh. I wonder they're not going to be like a leading lady in this movie because he just had babies and then like in took me a while to realize like oh like he's a dot he delivered the twins got it small town doctor who out of the palace hotel. His office is in the hotel which drives to and josh. The old man working the phone work at the front desk tells him the sheriff has half out of his mind. Wants to talk to you. I found this whole section to be kind of bad writing. 'cause he go. It gets off the plane and goes to his office. He gets the not message about the sheriff goes to see the sheriff. And the sheriff says we gotta go see the undertaker. Why not just have somebody at the airport. Tell him hey. The sheriff wants to meet him wants you to meet him at the undertaker's like running around for nothing. If it's urgent they could have left a message at the airport. They know that's where he's going to arrive. Range drove straight to the undertaker's the sheriff there or at least called him from there and then but tell him to meet you at. The undertaker is just not economy. I wrote a thing here about Implying i was listening in. I think i wrote it down. I think he said. Are you inferring. That i'm listening. In when i was being a grammar nazi is this. Are you inferring. That i was listening. No i'm implying that you are.

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"Only yeah as i indicated in our intro. This is the second movie we've done. That is referenced in the opening song of rocky horror picture show. I think it will be the last one. I don't think most of the song movies in the that song are giant monster movies. The first one of course was king kong. Something rent something went wrong for fay and king kong and now this one. The leo g. carroll. Yes maybe someday if we end up doing a lot of bonus contents if we do a patriot or something like that we can go through all the movies that are mentioned in that song. That would be a good bonus. I think yeah totally. That'd be super So let's see the. I have no budget for this but the box is one point one because it means one point one million. I just wrote down one point one monster size one hundred feet high does he grows throughout the movie. Yes we see him grow off about six feet eight feet and gets bigger and bigger. Not sure how. I mean you know. It's got this super serum that he's he's eating a lot of cows but it seems like he gains a lot more mass than the amount that he's taking. Yeah well i mean. He's eating more than cows to he's also eating people right originally. Yes it gets around to people. I counted six human deaths and then several cows and horses cows our horse in psalm. Nonni with this film. Hold on i have. I just wrote down six. But then i on another page. I wrote down three scientists. One rancher two guys in truck too so that's eight that's eight deaths and various livestock in saying this is a now we've had a stop motion we've had Robots we've had guys in suits. This is the first time they've just filmed bug on some camera tricks. Some some chroma key or or something like that to just make it look like it's bigger and stalking the countryside. Yeah which i will say. Well did you like it. did you like the. I think it worked fairly well. Yeah me too. I thought it was. I thought they did a great job. It was obvious that it was like a real bug. You know like it was very obvious that it was like real footage of actually moving especially after watching like the stop animation and stuff. It was like okay but yeah. I felt great. I thought it was really did really good now there is. I don't remember what the movie is. But i think it's one we're going to get to that is abou giant grasshoppers or locus..

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"Today on the show leo g. carroll is over a barrel. When tarantula takes to the hills it's monster movie fun time go welcome to the show. Everybody i'm precious de. Welcome back guys Today we're discussing tarantula exclamation points gas. There's not exclamation point on the screen but there is one on the poster. Yes and the poster is amazing is yeah he owes like if you really look at his face in like zoom in. He has like weird teeth in between his little pinchers right well and he doesn't have the right kind of is he should tavern food is it's so good. And then the girl also in the poster. Who does not carried by the tarantula at any point in the film ever but is in the poster. I used to have this problem with comic books. All the time that the cover did not accurately portray what was going on on the inside and this has carried. This lake has carried on into like today life with like click bait and shit. We're like show something in you. Click on it. Because you think you're getting something and you wait and you wait and you wait and it never happened together. All the way through this story to see the the animals that became friends. Or what this celebrity looks like now or sometimes. There's even a picture of a different celebrity from the one in the story. I've noticed yes blue but yes it did. It made me laugh. I love the the poster. It was hilarious especially doesn't really do a good job depicting the movie giant spiders strikes crawling tear one hundred feet high. I just going to take the posters word for it in regards to the monster size. It's from nineteen fifty-five black and white eighty minutes directed by jack. Arnold starring john ayar first husband of shirley temple oh and mara corday showgirl model actress and playboy. Playmate will be showing up in some more to more of the movies. We'll becoming the black scorpion and the giant claw. Ooh that's cool giant claw. the cry she Was looking. When i was looking up. I noticed she has a website. Mara coordinator dot com. That looks has not been updated since the ninety s. Oh my gosh. I have to see this yes i urge everybody to go. Look at mara. Corday dot com. You can order autographed pictures from her. Which i'm thinking about doing. Oh my gosh. I i a tarantula.

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"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"1955" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"The old friends question the boss about. How do you know it's godzilla. And he explains and then one of the friends starts given orders to everybody. We cut the planes and superstock is flying as severe weather. Oh oh yeah this weather. Please return at once and you don't have to search far away and they have a little bit of a fight on the radio but he does turn around. That's when kobe she comes in and he wants to know what kind of things do girls wont. She gives him a little list. He says to calcutta a little late and he took jaka spots go jira. We'd kobayashi over the radios. Like you don't have enough fuel. what are you doing. I'll take over me and coach. Yeah what's your location. And this is when he. He was taking notes in his little diary about what girls like and drops the diary on the desk and starts looking at his chart nasc location. As soon as he put that diary down i was like. Oh he's not gonna make it back. There's something about him leaving it. They're not looking at a new that she was going to be looking at it later wasn't he wasn't gonna make it back. It was really quite effective. The way this you know development between like the character kobayashi's character from the beginning to now Even with just even with her you know at the beginning. He's like those nags now. He's like sitting here like they're having a conversation and then he drops the the journal so yeah was it was also demis says. He's he's coming in kobe ashes. Like find me the perfect gift and yes. She's like you know. Go go go give my boyfriend. He's like okay. Well you're gonna find you the perfect gift and she's i will and yet we know he's going to die and then she leaves and she looks in his little diary and finds a picture of him and a separate picture of some girl who's dressed like a schoolgirl. She's holding a scroll so maybe she's just graduated. Maybe it's a diploma. Yeah but this seems to be the girl he's interested in. Maybe they're actually dating. Maybe he just likes her. He's got a picture and she. She looks very pleasant very pretty. She's about to be very sad. Yes walk regatta. Hq lots of phones loading up bombs preparing to launch and go jira is standing on a little sort of icy island in a crevice. Just kinda standing there. Yeah he's just like stretching it out he's been fearing all day he just seems kinda weird the way he's just standing there not doing anything so Kobe she arrives and switches places with yoga and hq is they're planning trap go jira but they want to set up a fire fence so okay against fire breath over there..

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Disney Introduces Revamped Jungle Cruise Ride, Without Racist Imagery

Radio From Hell

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Disney Introduces Revamped Jungle Cruise Ride, Without Racist Imagery

"A few days before Disneyland July 17th 1955 opening celebration. TV viewers. Glimpse the park and its attractions. A special episode of the weekly Disneyland TV show on ABC. The Wonderful World, which was often times essentially an infomercial for the park about the pre opening report from Disneyland, a fascinating historical record that today lives on the company's Disney plus Screaming service, and it included a look at the mechanical hippos and crocodiles of the parks. Jungle cruise ride, as well as the plaster molding of a black male model whose quote imposing physique was used to People our jungle cruise with like life natives as white men in formal attire looked on. Yeah. Today. We cringe. At this scene for a ride that went on to develop a reputation for racist depictions of indigenous people as tourist attractions, Attackers or cannibals. Tribal caricatures crafted through Colonial lens. It's a distinction that Disney could no longer afford. So Ahead of the July 30th release of Jungle Cruise movie starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. The ride reopened on Friday. Day shy of the parks. 66 anniversary with updates that removed in Disney's words Negative depictions of native people.

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Center Receives Grant Of Nearly $700,000 For Work Preserving Legacy Of Chicago's Emmett Till

WGN Programming

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Center Receives Grant Of Nearly $700,000 For Work Preserving Legacy Of Chicago's Emmett Till

"A grant to help tell the story of Chicago's Emmett Till $700,000 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation goes to the Emmett Till Interpretive center in Sumner, Mississippi, till an African American teenager was murdered by a white group in money Mississippi and 1955 photos of his mutilated body helped spark the civil rights movement. The center will use the money to preserve tills legacy and that of his mother in Mississippi and Chicago. Dave's one WGN News today was

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This Week In History: Martin Luther King Jr. Is Born In Atlanta

AM Tampa Bay

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

This Week In History: Martin Luther King Jr. Is Born In Atlanta

"This week in 1929. Martin Luther King Jr was born in Atlanta, Georgia 1955. He helped organize the first major protest the African American civil rights movement. He advocated civil disobedience and nonviolent resistance to segregation in the south. The peaceful protests he led through the American South were often met with violence. But King and his followers persisted and the movement gained momentum. In 1964. King became the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize. He was assassinated in Memphis. Tennessee on April 4th 1968

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Kansas City Star apologizes for racially biased coverage

AP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Kansas City Star apologizes for racially biased coverage

"A huge retraction over the way that it treated African Americans over the decades. Jazz legend Charlie Bird. Parker was a native of Kansas City. But the first bit of Syria's information that the Kansas City Star gave him was when he died in 1955. Now the stars coming clean about that and other pieces in which it mistreated black citizens in his coverage, the paper says. For most of its 140 year history, blacks were rarely mentioned in anything but crime stories, and the paper saw itself as one written by for and about white. The papers. Current president and editor says he is stunned. How badly the star covered the city's black residents, and he notes, many other newspapers would find the same result. If they look through their archives. I'm Oscar Wells, Gabriel. Bird. Parker was

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