35 Burst results for "1962"
"1962" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Were doing what do they best selling them to as many people as possible every big tobacco company has a lab that makes colors and flavors and artificial things that they put into cigarettes that's why menthol is in cigarettes for example this is Laura Schmidt she's a professor at the Medical Department for UC San Francisco which has compiled the country's largest archive of records from these tobacco companies so back in 1962 the head of this division within R .J. Reynolds we have in an actual document from inside this company came to the higher -ups and said hey we got all these colors and flavors and we don't really know what to do with them maybe we should stop thinking about ourselves is just a tobacco company and start thinking about ourselves as in the flavor business and within a few years R .J. Reynolds had bought a this is a company called Hawaiian Pacific and Hawaiian Pacific sold one thing Hawaiian punch yeah Hawaiian punch I remember this from my childhood but before that back in the 60s it was sold as a cocktail mixer for adults by the in the eighties a big tobacco was being condemned for marketing to kids Schmidt says in this new flavor space though any market research was in play and that playbook she says advertising the other thing that tobacco companies are really really good at is they what call line extensions which means we only make one thing really which is and so how can we market it to all different kinds of people well we'll make Virginia Slim's for women who want to lose weight and we'll sell menthol cigarettes cool to target the black community and will and like really hyper focusing on where your marketing dollars are going exactly and of course you have your camels in your Marlboro's for the couch potato males hang out on wish they were a cowboy this she says is why Kool -Aid and Tang are different products think about it they're both just sugary powdered drinks but according to these documents Kool -Aid should be marketed to black families while Tang was favored by Latino audiences Lunchables became the thing for the upwardly mobile your kid can assemble their own charcuterie plate it gives them agency despite being loaded with sodium the result was these foods defined a generation of hits ABC's Brad milky 1250 time for our stockcharts com money update from Jim Chesco for the top five colleges for delivering upward mobility for low -income students in the u .s. are in California that according to a study from the Wall Street Journal and College pulse and rankings tied to both graduation and salary metrics at colleges that take in high proportions of low -income students California State University Los Angeles tops the social ability ranking followed by the University of California Merced and Berea college a small private college in Kentucky Fresno Pacific University and Cal State Northridge round out the top five that's your money now ten minutes until the closing bell on Wall Street and it's a negative market right now with the Dow down by 18 points the S &P 500 down 32 the Nasdaq seeing the largest loss down by more than one and a quarter percent or a hundred and seventy points your next money update with the numbers on the way at 120 jumping in puddles was fun when I was a kid big splash but now that I've grown up yeah huddles are a big problem especially in my our huddles in your shower sometimes ankle -deep that's no fun no kidding that's a clog backing up my trains how about the kitchen there too you need some ready right now
Jake Tapper's "All the Demons Are Here" Is Flying Off Shelves
"Jake Tapper's got a brand new thriller out. This is it. All the demons are here. Welcome back, Jake. Good to have you back on the Hugh Hewitt Show. Congratulations. Another great thriller. Thank you so much, Hugh. It's great to be back. It is a very good read. It's also, I think, a very provocative metaphor. Am I right about that latter part? I think it's fair to say. Yeah, there are a couple of metaphors in there that are resonant to today's politics and today's news media situation, 100%. Even though the novel takes place in 1977, I played with some of the characters there and invented others to make it relevant to today. 1977 is my sweet spot, Jake. You're too young, but I lived that. I was a senior in college in 1977 and 78, so I lived all this stuff, including the blackout. And you got it pitch perfect. Who was your research advisor on 1977? Because you're too young. Well, I was eight, so I don't, it's true, I don't remember much. I remember The Gas Lines and Jimmy Carter and I remember Elvis dying, which was very sad to me because I was an Elvis fan. But as with all these books, you know, the first one, The Hellfire Club in 1954 and the second one, The Devil May Dance in 1962, I just dove into research from the time and, you know, Life Book of the Year, People Book of the, you know, Magazine of the Year, and read a lot and watched a lot of documentaries. Evel Knievel is a big character in the book, as you know. I watched a great documentary that Johnny Knoxville produced called Being Evil. Watched another great documentary about Elvis Presley called The King by Eugene Jarecki. And thankfully, 77 is recent enough that there's a lot of, there's a lot of documentary evidence and, you know, newspaper reports and stuff that's very accessible. And it was really fun. You know, my memory of 1977 is probably a lot lamer than your memory of 1977 because mine was just, you know, in my backyard. And I didn't know about the wild, you know, I knew of disco music, but I didn't know how wild Studio 54 was. I, you know, I knew, well, I didn't know about Summer of Sam and the Son of Sam Murders. My parents hid that from me. So it was a rediscovery of an era for me and it really was a very bizarre
Senator Reveals Shocking Event at Air Force Base
"Glory, America, bones, roar, high Canada, and Hugh Hewitt here live inside the beltway. I'll be joined by Nikki Haley ambassador Ali joining me at the bottom of the hour, but I start this hour, was the United States senator Steve daines from the great state of Montana, senator. I keep track of Montana news because I'm still barred from the state after fishing out the Madison a couple of years ago. But I noticed that at malmstrom Air Force Base, there was a drag show for the kids. That's your Air Force Base. What's going on? Keep in mind we put some perspective around the Air Force Base. There are three bases in the nation that have responsibilities for intercontinental ballistic missiles. The most massive weapons of mass destruction known to mankind. We are very proud of the fact that one third of those missiles, a 150 of those ICBMs are in Montana. The best challenge going to have ever received came from the commander there from years ago and said scaring the hell out of America's enemies since 1962. It goes back to Ronald Reagan peace through strength. It's the greatest deterrence we have to keep authoritarian crazy leaders around the world in check because they fear what the United States could do. So it's an important peacekeeping mission. So as important as that mission is, we were shocked, shocked to find out. Back in June of 2021, the mouse from Air Force Base promoted a drag queen show for children on the base.
Shelby County Commissioner Britney Thornton Is Triggered by Whiteness
"Think that though some of us in our delegation have never lived a single day as a black person, though some people are not delegation have never lived a single day as a poor black person, that that should prohibit you from being able to see a clear opportunity to write some eels. And all day today, I have been pointing out how the practices of our government are disenfranchising a certain subgroup of our population, which happens to be the majority here. And I just think that when you see phenomenons like this, that just should not make sense that show a clear imbalance that we should do our due diligence to try to write those wrongs. So two commissioner meals. I own the fact that today your whiteness triggered me because it is actually an identity that I recognize postures you differently from me. It comes with privileges that I simply just do not have and every single day that you get to go in one direction and I get to go to orange mound. I noticed I noticed the differences in what those experiences are. And I bring those experiences here to say that if I'm triggered, I mean, it just is what it is, right? And if this type of reparation conversation needs to start, unfortunately in 2023, then it just needs to start, which should have already done because on my way here, I looked on the wall and I saw the very first picture of a exclusive delegation of white men on the wall for 1962, so it took some time for us to even get here to be able to create this space, had our predecessors valued it, then it would have been created a long time ago. So it is very much so unfortunate and to our dismay as a county for us to have to wait so long for us to be able to write wrongs. And this is what the racial world gap tells us. It tells us that in my lifetime and anybody's lifetime in this room and some of us combine that we would not be able to close this gap. So Huawei any longer than today,
"1962" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"To switch over my Bluetooth therapy to my headset, but I couldn't do that. I'm driving. I run my iPhone MI pad with iPads typically just for listening to the parent of this truck. So I can listen through the truck stereo for audio. That I just run the GPS. But I had to switch it all over my break, but working out. So very nice. I have a, I have a 64 port switch on my holy God, probably with some power over Ethernet, eh? Yeah, PoE. And then I have at each base station where every TV is and every desk is, I have a four to 8 port router. So I don't even know how much. It's virtually unlimited just the number of IP addresses you can have. Hey, a real pleasure talking to you, drive safe, have a great day. Thank you. And we'll talk to you soon. Next week. Bye. All right. Bye bye. Bye bye. Hey everybody, Leo Laporte here. I am the founder and one of the hosts at the twit podcast network. I want to talk to you a little bit about what we do here at Twitch because I think it's unique. And I think for anybody who is bringing a product or a service to a tech audience, you need to know about what we do here at Twitter. We've built an amazing audience of engaged, intelligent, affluent listeners, who listen to us and trust us when we recommend a product. Our mission statement is twit is to build a highly engaged community of tech enthusiasts we already you should be your ears should be perking up at that because highly engaged is good for you, tech enthusiasts. If that's who you're looking for, this is the place. We do it by offering them the knowledge they need to understand and use technology in today's world. And I hear from our audience all the time, part of that knowledge comes from our advertisers. We
"1962" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"That's probably the 30 X, which means we're still optical. You can see when it goes away from optical, it's going to get a little softened. But still, the fact that I could see the faces. About 300 yards away. We saw a plane fly by. We didn't know what that was. So one of the features of Android that I like a lot is something called Google lens, I took that picture and I fed it to Google lens and it told me, oh yeah, that's a military aircraft that's a constellation transportation aircraft. It identified that. Wow. That was a plain way up in the sky. This is an example of its low light performance. This was inside these trees very, very, very dark sunny day, brightly lit outside. When I go into the trees, you can't even tell that that's going to be dark in there. That is lots of detail coming through on that. So this does very well in low light. It has one would expect. Is that a person in the tree? It looks like that might be a grandmother willow. Grandmother willow in that tree. So some beautiful shots. Let me see, I have some, oh, I thought this was cute a father and daughter holding hands. Again, that's one where I saw it in the distance. About that far away, and I said, let me see if I can get a better shot of them if I zoom in just a little bit. Let me see if I can find some that I took with the iPhone as well. Okay, same shot. That's the iPhone 14 pro max. And that's the Samsung. Side by side, I think even side by side, it's hard to tell the difference. The blues are richer on the Samsung. They pop the blues and you see that. They tend to pop the blues and greens, which may be more satisfying, but as our photographer will tell us is not natural. And if you wanted to pop those, both cameras will shoot raw. So if you wanted to pop that, you could later in post, Samsung has a very nice feature called best shot where they in that you could see, I wasn't using this in the iPhone. So the horizon is tilted a little bit. Samsung best shot helps you get a un tilted horizon. I trust my eye for composition a little bit better than the Samsung, but it is helpful. Especially since I'm sure, especially when you're taking a quick shot quickly. Here's the best shot. And it's an easy thing to do. So that's the iPhone as well. Yeah, yeah, that's really where you can see it in the blue of the sea here. It's not quite as blue, but probably more accurate. More accurate to what you're seeing. And I think that's one of the complaints people have about Sammy's is that they tend to pop the picture. Oh, I like that one. I think the sand is quite beautiful there. It makes it look massive, yeah. Again, this is the ultra wide that they have. So you're getting a little bit of distortion and curvature. On that. And there's also a food filter. Which does an interesting thing. It kind of does like a tilt shift. Yeah. With the food filter turned on, you say, what do you want to focus on? And I said, well, I want to focus on that. Actually, these are deep fried cauliflower. I want to focus on that cauliflower wings right there.
"1962" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"You can kind of say that way. Yeah, well, I think it must be if it's through the foam line. So yeah, I mean, that's just going to depend DSL then depends on the font on the electric company. At the central office, how many people are using it there. The difference between cable and DSL is the cable is how many people are using it at the head end, which is usually in your neighborhood. Cotton town is probably not too busy. It really is going to come down to what the power company gave you enough bought enough bandwidth from their provider to provide everybody in your area who's using their service enough bandwidth to watch YouTube TV. It'll get better. It was one of the things I've noticed is that really has gotten better all over the country. Broadband speeds are going up. The FCC is pushing. I think things are getting better. So yeah, I think you'll be good. You'll be good to go by September. Or August for the preseason. I'm going to buy it. I'm going to buy it. We want to see our Green Bay Packers. You want to see the Rogers of the rams? Who are you? You're the one you don't care. Okay. LA's got an embarrassment of riches. Hey, it's great to talk to you. Stay in touch, all right? And good luck with your studies. You too. Take care. We're going to go to Chris marquart and talk about photos in just a bit before we do though. Since he asked about getting that cert, I think is a good time to talk about ourselves. Perfect timing. ACI learning, that you see their banners in the studio, they sponsor our studio, but coming to you from the 20s side studios brought to you by ACI learning. For the last decade, you've heard us talk about IT pro, right? We're big fans of IT pro and the founders. Well, IT pro is now part of ACI learning. They've partnered. And that has really increased their capabilities and the services they can bring to you. With IT pro ACI learning is expanding its reach, expanding its production capabilities, giving you the content and the style of learning you need at any stage of your development. IT pro of course is online, but AC line learning has hubs, too, where you can go and get in person instruction from instructors with other students, some people like to learn that way. They also have audit pro, which is great if you want to get in the audit business. That's a growing area of IT. Practice labs, which allow you to try all this stuff before you actually use it. Now we mentioned search, one of the most popular search that comp Tia a plus. That's the one I mentioned. IT pro is great comp Tia courses. ACI learning makes it easy to go from daydreaming about that career in IT to launching it. Earning certificates is the key to opening doors to most entry level IT positions. But it's also important to improve your lot as an IT person.
"1962" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"You know, I think mostly this job in this show is like, I feel your pain man. Yeah. Exactly. We're all going to commiserate with you. Yeah. It's the commiseration show. Thanks, Ryan. I appreciate you guys. I think the new show is great. And thank you. I love it that we have the time to spend 20 minutes with you talking about this because it's been great. And you know what? I've been meaning to join club twit for a while. I just haven't got around to it, so I'll take care of that right now. I'll charge you less than Elon. You guys. Thank you. Take care. And you know, as for that, as for that Twitter issue, all I did was instead of joining the blue check, I just added Twitter to my Google authenticator and that way I didn't have to pay SMS. It's weird because so this is part of the news we didn't mention is that Elon has decided as part of his monetization strategy that if you want phone backup, SMS backup of your two factor, you're going to have to pay the 8 bucks for Twitter blue. But you can still use an authenticator. Well, no one should be using a phone. Exactly. I removed the phone backup phone SMS from Twitter a couple of years ago. The minute I could, so no one should do that. I am going to show you Steve Gibson was talking about an authenticator program that he really likes. And I've started to move over to this is two FAS too fast, and one of the things I like about it. I wasn't using authy for a long time, because authy saves it on their servers. So it's easy to move from phone to phone, which I do a lot of. I just moved to a new phone, right? Samsung. So two FAS doesn't back up to its servers backs up to your servers to Google Drive or iCloud. So that way you can have a backup. It's easy to move to a new device or a new computer. But you're not giving anybody else those secrets. So I really like it. Two FAS is a nice user interface. It's pretty and it's a very easy. You know, the only problem is it's such a pain in the butt to set up a new authenticator. That's a real, that's no fun at all. Hey, you like that better than the Google authenticator? Google authenticator has gotten good because now you can have it saved to Google and use a new phone. So that solved the biggest problem I have, which is that you had to redo all your two a fay every phone. That's why I moved to Aussie. Apparently Google authenticator does that now. I don't think there's anything wrong with it. They're all doing the same. It's the same exact protocol. So the numbers should be the same no matter what authenticator you're using. This one, Steve recommended its open-source, it's free. I like it to FAS. It's a little, it's a little prettier. I get dark mode, man. Hey, thanks, Ryan. Thanks so much. Hey, thanks guys. Have a great week. You have a great one. Take care. You too. Bye bye. Look at this. Mad magazine, the April edition is out, and today is a special day. Let's bring dick B bartolo into the magic circle. Hello Dickie D. Oh, we can't hear
"1962" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"So we decided to disable the Wi-Fi and just use the Ethernet. So as far as I know, the printer is not on Wi-Fi. It's actually turned off inside the printer. So I have had an issue specifically with my brother printer in the past where I would go to print something and it would seem like it was getting passed to the brother printer and then it would just stole. And to this day never figured out what exactly had caused that issue. But it just kind of went away after a while. I would imagine that the person is keeping their firmware up to date probably visiting their printer via the IP address going to the actual printer itself and the settings there. That's actually that's a good point because I checked for the firmware update on the printer itself and it said it was up to date, but I didn't try going through the web interface. So that's a good idea. Okay, that's good to know because that would be one of the first things that's worth checking out is figuring out what IP address it has, go to its online server and make sure that it's up to date there. And also that there's not some other there, you'll be able to see if there are still some connections that are possibly stuck. And there may even be settings to completely reset the principle. There are a lot of different options there. My only other suggestion, and I solved a Friends issue this way. While when you plug in a printer with a Mac and Mac goes and finds the proper connection, it isn't using necessarily. The most up to date drivers, it's kind of looking for a common denominator. And so I have gone into apple's support documentation in the past. And we'll include a link in the show notes I'll get it passed over to John, our producer. There is a page that I have saved for brother printer drivers from Apple and then a page that I have saved for there was another printer that I used to have. And I would go and get those anytime I started a new system. And what that provided was a little bit more access for control via the Mac than I would have had otherwise. So that could also be another way to look at that principle, see what is in line to be printed and see if there's something that's popping up from somewhere that's trying to get printed out. Okay, that's two good ideas. Thank you very much. As for OneDrive, Microsoft has gotten very aggressive when you use Windows and encouraging you. To use Microsoft services.
Pete Ricketts' Massive Turn Around
"You know, Pete ricketts, there's a story in the post about you this morning titled Pete ricketts massive political turnaround. And because you lost once. When you ran for Senate the first time, that puts you in a category with people like Mitt Romney, John thune. I mean, I go back to Richard Nixon losing 1960 and 1962. Do you think it helps to have lost once before you win twice as governor and now you'll have reelection for senator in two years? Well, I think it's a general rule that you learn way more from your failures than you do your successes, right? There are more painful, the intended to do more evaluation of what you can do better. And certainly my Senate loss in 2006 did teach me a lot about politics. It didn't discharge me from getting involved in it. I enjoyed the campaign. I love getting out and meeting nebraskans. And I learned a lot. I think I was able to turn those lessons into successes in my race for governor and certainly the people I met in my O 6 Senate race made it possible for me to get elected when I ran for governor in 2014. So that was absolutely vital to my success and winning in 2014 was my loss in 2006.
Biden Warns of Nuclear 'Armageddon' at Fundraiser
"I think are reasonably good if you want to get into the mind and the left even though you're going to be inundated with leftist propaganda you want to see what they're thinking Politico and axios are two pretty hard left out They pretend that they're down the middle they're not They rarely write and ever ever rarely write an article that's done in a strictly from a journalistic endeavor It's always an opinion based left wing thing But still they're good outlets to get an idea of what the left's talking about So I read this this morning Mike Allen axios Biden warns of Armageddon I'm like wait what What do you mean Like the Bruce Willis movie Don't want to close You're right No no that's not what I mean I wish it were I wish Steven Tyler would start singing right now because he's far better than me No apparently he's talking about actual Armageddon not the Ben Affleck Bruce Willis fling Here from axios the in case you think I'm just pulling this out of my wazoo So President Biden apparently was at some closed door fundraiser in New York last evening axios notes And he was talking about the Russian invasion in Ukraine and at its inviting the highest nuclear quote prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban missile crisis in 1962 Wow So the guy who gets the PDB the presidential daily brief granted he probably doesn't remember 90% of it But the one part of it he does remember he voices at a gathering of muckety mucks and a fundraiser in New York where he discloses that the United States is heading to DEFCON one faster than anybody thought And at the same rate of the Cuban missile crisis where we were teetering on the edge of global nuclear war
How Dwight Chapin Became Nixon's Trusted Aide
"His name is Dwight Chapin, who is Dwight Chapin. He has written a book. This is extraordinary. It's called the president's man. The memoirs of Nixon's trusted aid Dwight Japan, just an honor to have you in the studio. Thank you, Eric. It's great to be here. It's hard for me to believe because you don't seem old enough to have been Nixon's trusted aid, both of us were friends with chuck Coulson, who himself was young when he was Nixon's special counsel, or was he, yeah, special counsel to the pretzel. He was 39 or whatever. But you must have been practically a kid. How old were you? And when you say you were his trusted aide, and what capacity did you serve him? So people have a context of the book that you've written called the president's man. Well, I was 28 when he was inaugurated as president. And went into The White House. So my first years in The White House, I was our first year. I was 28 years old. But when he ran for governor back in 1962, after he lost to Jack Kennedy, he ran for governor in California, and I was 20 years old, and I was hired by the man that would become his chief of staff, bob haldeman. I was hired when I was 20 to be a field man in Southern California. So I had first met him when I was 20 years old.
Bernie Sanders Is Making Some Good Points About Russia
"I want to talk about Russia and Ukraine. There was a op-ed that Bernie Sanders wrote today and we saw Glenn greenwald is commenting on it. Basically saying, hey, this is like usual Russia bashing that's become sort of like the throwaway line. Democrats have to put in anything that they say or do. But then he makes some great points about how in 1962 we were on the brink of a nuclear war with Russia when they put nuclear warheads 60 miles off the coast, 90 miles off the coast of the United States. Now we're talking about bringing Ukraine into NATO potentially. This was started under Bush, and if we observe the spheres of influence argument, what are we to make of that? Does Russia have valid concerns to be nervous about what the U.S. is doing with our partners in NATO? Look, I almost spit out my coffee when I was reading it this morning because I'm like, this is Bernie Sanders, right? The same Bernie Sanders, you know, we know he's a Russia expert. He took his honeymoon there in Moscow back in the I believe back in the 60s when it was full on communist USSR. We would know that he loved the politics over there, but it seems that again, you get these glimmers, every once in a while of nationalism from Bernie Sanders. If these glimmers of populism, where he realizes that, you know what? War isn't always the answer, the way it seems to be for so many in Washington, D.C.. And so this is something where I think that just like TPP, I'm going to have to go ahead and say, Bernie Sanders, like you said, is making some very good points because he says Russia as a state does feel concerned about the encroachment of NATO. I'm just reading from this. To put it simply. Russia like the United States still has an interest in the security policies of its neighbors. Does anyone really believe that the United States would not have something to say, for example, if Mexico was able to form a military alliance with the U.S.
Gloria Richardson, Civil Rights Pioneer, Dies at 99
"Her by name, but you may have seen a moving photo of her during the civil rights movement in the 19 sixties. Gloria Richardson was an influential yet largely on song, civil rights pioneer who was captured in a photograph as she pushed away the bayonet of a National Guardsmen. Well, Richardson has died at the age of 99. Her granddaughter says she died in her sleep Thursday in New York City. She was the first woman to lead a prolonged grassroots civil rights movement outside the Deep South. In 1962, she helped to organize and lead the Cambridge movement on Maryland's Eastern Shore with sit ins to desegregate restaurants, bowling alleys and movie theaters.
Marilyn Monroe Is Still a Counterfeiter's Best Friend
"Nearly six decades after her death, Marilyn Monroe is still a popular choice from mugs, T shirts, jewelry and other products using her name even illegally. Joining me is Bloomberg News Patent reporter Susan Decker. Marilyn Monroe is still popular. Just how popular issue she's so popular that counterfeiters loved put her name on T shirts and the owner of her trademarks loves to file suit to stop them. So who owns the right to her picture who owns the right to her name? Well, Authentic Brands Group, which is possibly going for an IPO late this year, owns her name and the phrase diamonds are a girl's best friend. Which, of course, is the famous song from Gentlemen prefer blondes. But her image is actually public record. There was a rather famous case back in 2012, where it was decided that she Did not have any right of publicity. Um, this is one of those Make sure you pay your taxes situations when she passed in 1962. They argued that she lived in New York because they didn't want to pay California inheritance taxes. It was a rather modest Mild, but still they didn't want to pay taxes. So they said she was she was a resident of New York. And they said, Oh, no, she was. She was domiciled in California when she passed and and the court said No. You can't say she lived in New York for purposes of taxes and then say she lived in New York, California for right of publicity. We stick with the first one, which was New York, so there is no right of publicity for Marilyn Monroe. The trademarks of her name are still
"1962" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the set of Cleopatra in 1962 and made a total of 11 films together. They divorced in 1974 remarried in 1975 and divorced again for Good The following year March 16th 19 Oh, six, pioneer. Doing? Stand up comedian and violin is Tenney Youngmin is born in London, England, dubbed King of the one liners. His career spanned seven decades, including cameos in History of the World, Part one and Goodfellas, March. 18th 1992, Queen of Disco. Donna Summer, is awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She had at least one top 40 hit in the U. S each year between 1975 and 1984 and sold over 100 million albums worldwide, making her one of the best selling artists of all time March. 20th 1928 Fred Rogers is born outside of Pittsburgh. His Mister Rogersneighborhood premiered in 1968 and ran 33 years, earning the star, a lifetime achievement Emmy in 1997 and the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2002. March. 21st 1980 the modern day TV cliffhanger is born when Dallas character J. R. Ewing is shot in the show's third season finale on that's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. We're sorry, the show you have to look, it has temporarily been moved. The new Showtime is morning 6 to 10 A.m.. Gary in Shannon in this week for Bill Handel. Mornings from 6 to 10 on K F. I Mm hmm. No, no, no, it's okay. If I am 6 40 live everywhere in the free I heart radio up as you just heard. Gary and Shannon are filling in on the Bill Handel show. Vote. Kelly and I are covering Gary and Shannon because they just got a bad back. Oh, L. A County D, a George Gascogne starting to feel the heat a little bit city councils in La Murata and wittier. Are the latest to pass votes of no confidence against George Gascogne. In La Murata. That vote was for nothing Wittier 4 to 1. Think Beverly Hills has done this Santa Clarita has done this. And it's because of his crazy crazy policies of not just reforming the prosecutor's office, which is a great idea, not just, for example, easing off somewhat of the sentencing enhancements and looking at each case individually and making sure that it's warranted But saying Oh, I don't want him for anybody ever. And here's the bottom line. He's gone too far. And the City Council's in the cities. They know it, and they know the doom that it can spell for their cities. When you have a prosecutor who is basically Acting like a defense attorney. All right, let's get back to watching this swamp on swamp Watch. Okay, It's all about methane. It's all a fight about methane. Methane is bad news for the environment. I know that when we talk about climate change, we like to talk about carbon dioxide, but When you admit methane, and you don't burn it frat boys. That's why frat boys like their farts. Because they are environmentally friendly. If you burn that methane, it's not so bad. But if you don't burn it Apparently has more than 80 times the climate impact of carbon dioxide So During the Obama administration. They put limits on methane links from oil and gas operations. Then the Trump administration came in. And they said, no, We don't want to put these limits on. And now the Biden administration wants them back. And here's the interesting part of it. The Senate has voted to bring back those Obama era limits. Now, you know, in passing legislation right now, it's much easier in the house because they although the majority is not that big, they've got enough of a majority. The Democrats do tow pass most things, but the Senate is where You know, A lot of these things are neck and neck and you just can't count on it. But in this case the Senate sided with bringing those restrictions back was a 52 to 40 to vote. The house will pass it. I have no doubt the house will pass this Biden will sign it. What are These limits that are so onerous on the oil and gas industry. Because I don't think anybody Except the most ardent True believer. I want what I want, no matter the cost. Nobody thinks that regulations should be so heavy that it cripples an industry. So what are they expected to do? They have to check for methane leaks from their pipeline's every six months. And check for methane wings from their storage tanks every six months. And if they find a leak? They have to plug it. Within 30 days. Look, I don't want to get into an argument. But this doesn't seem like expecting that much. I mean, isn't this something they should be doing anyway? And That's what's behind the Republican opposition to bring you back the limits. The Republicans are not saying We don't care if there's gas leaks going on for years and years. That's not what we're saying. What they're saying is, basically this is already happening. It's market forces the market. Is leading the industry to lower their methane emissions, and so we don't have to bring back big government regulations. Yeah. I don't see this as big government regulations. This This seems like it's almost not enough. You find a leak in your in your pipeline. And we're giving you 30 days to plug it up. That seems pretty mellow. That seems like a pretty chill approach to the problem. So I'm glad the Senate voted for that, And I know that Congress will do it and and and it's not the kind of thing that's going to cause oil and gas companies to have to shut down. Wait. If we have to check for leaks every six months. We're gonna have to hire a million more people, and we can't afford to do it. It's just not like that. President Biden looking at pressure from the U. S Catholic Bishops, Man, They're mad at him so much. What is Biden doing that they hate here's what he's doing. He is supporting abortion rights. And he's also I am him go into church and taking communion and they don't want it and they don't like it, and they're holding a national meeting in June. And they're going to decide whether to draw up a document. To make it clear. That anyone who supports abortion rights should not take communion. And I guess then what? Wave it around and say, Look, we wrote it on a piece of paper. It's clear. We don't want you to do it. They can't stop. Any of their bishops from giving communion to whoever they want. They can't stop them from doing it, but they can make it clear they don't like it. I don't think President Biden is going to say, Hey, I hear you guys, I get it. I support abortion rights. You don't want me taking communion. I'm not going to do it. He's not going to stop taking communion..
"1962" Discussed on Horror Soup
"You know Tom and iga also had a fight right before it goes out in the real world. Yeah that was pretty good. Tom gives him like five. Solid blows the stomach. They look like previous and blows big bitch slap into a different universe. Does like that dude went back to the prehistoric time with that slap. He went back. You guys you guys. Birth and then ego gets rocked literally with iraq. Yeah that was dumb and then my next Fifteen notes start with just iga and a proceed with whatever iga does so. I'm just gonna go. He does this he does. Ego gets rocked iga is bloody but returns iga chases a car with an entire club iga is faster than cars iga is at the top of a hill throwing giant rocks iga egos iga learns that he doesn't like chlorine iga hates dogs iga hides and trees to get away from dog iga makes his way to beverly hills iga breaks into rox house by breaking at least eight pots and then screaming e got his entire way in politely. Leaves the girl's bathroom iga is fine. Dining with an actual chef iga is at. Tom's concert but as hard wait. No that was my foxy roxy is at tom's concert but his hardcore missing iga iga is still wandering around fall swiping at people iga comes in and grabs rocky or roxie but then shot like three times iga dies. But let me go back. That's that was all my iga statements. But i go to the very end of this. Let's go back a little bit. There's a drunk guy. There is a drunk guy is really fucking drunk guy. That just resembles brea any time of day. I only had one dude is dead. Or he's like what are you talking about and his wife was like george. You're drunk give me. The keys of the car is like one is. She's like yeah one bottle and he's drunk of his fucking ass. He wanders into fucking iga. His shirt is like you know that they were your shirt. You have a button up in one half is and then the other is unbuttoned. He's unbelievable fuck it over the place. And he's these iga runs back to his wife. Andrew the keys of the card. He's like the keys. I've had enough. He just fell over. Drunk is can't really kinda stole the show didn't he. Dude he he like it was time. We're like it. It wasn't boring to be at this. Time was born for a second and then it started to pick up again because he was just doing shit and then this guy came in. I was like oh random pissed drunk guy. Sign me up. Yes please sign me the damn hell up so point roxy stand up in front of her father and she starts like sexually taking off and retying her dad's tie and even like on the nose with it. Yeah and again. I was like. Are you sure that that is the father. Yeah i'm telling you lake there'd there's a really it's also i think it also speaks that. She is the only lead female character in the movie. She she really is. there's no one else. Is there even anyone in the like concert and dancing scenes. There's there's extras who are women. Yes but she's the only one who speaks and she doesn't have. She doesn't have any like you know friends. Who are women or anything. This guy did not want to rate a woman character in his movie. No he just wanted to make tom awesome. Yeah so. Tom does around the time his hair start sucking and then he even says the data where he's like..
"1962" Discussed on Horror Soup
"He introduced her to his family. Of corpses with shrunken heads He gave her sulphur water. Which is apparently the the magic powers that lets him live for so lot of smoke coming out of it. Yup and fed her a bone with no meat on it whatsoever. Yeah there's just a lot at will almost forgot about this. There's one scene and it's not a scene but is just. There's a point in the movie. I don't know when it happened. But he was wearing a caveman wife beater halfway through the movie and then all the sudden one of the sleeves just like gone. And it's just a full on like it's the cave white beater but without one of the fucking sleeves or whatever. I didn't i didn't pick up on that. I thought he was wearing like the the wcw giant like leotard thing. The whole time though dude. I promise you he was wearing like little caveman like shorts kind of things. And then he was wearing a fucking like wife-beater it just like a black wife beater but like with a caveman style and then all the sudden it was just just soft furry ferry it was not furry it was just like kinda ripped up and it didn't have like you know why cheaters have like the little lines and stuff in them because they together the like that fabric it was just like it was a wife beater like style. Just a sleeveless shirt. I guess you know it wasn't a wife beater a tank todd tank top if you will. It was a beat up tank. Top is what. Here's where it was weird. It was tanking something of the sort but then he just has one strap. So you know style and i think that that's a good move on iga anyway. I imagine iga having an entire closet full of clothes than that cave probably go. What am i going to wear today. Probably because he changed when he went to the cave. So i mean he adds at least one change of clothing in there ago. What's the point of changing her clothes. If you don't wash them maybe he watches them in the sulphur. Water if you just had a lot of close and he just does what he can. Yeah i'll know man that's fine though so we got a lizard. Humping intermission again. Explain it but at one point. There's just an intermission of lizards humping. Yup that's all it was and then it just leads over at tall talk. Natale tom who fell asleep in some tall grass while he was looking for roxy and his dad or in hurt ad and then the music starts playing when he wakes up. And i'm pretty positive. It's the same music that's played when sleeping beauty wakes up. It's a very dramatic. It's like euphoric almost. It's like a new life being born. That were really is dead or something so serious. He also sleep in that tall grass while he was right next to his car. Yeah due to sleep in your fucking car. I'll know man it's it's also in black and white so maybe it's it's hard to make out like what son and what's shadow..
"1962" Discussed on Horror Soup
"Eka eka higa he guy guy alita iga iga e guy inca iga e oh e he guy oh e a guy who he he Iga own iga iga iga iga all. Easy guy go. He he got he got iga ige iga iga guy got iga. Okay so i think you guys got it so if you guys didn't understand what happened there. They're the bad. The band starts playing You know someone gets pushed in the camping spot. The the old guy. Indiana guy gets pushed because you know he was in egos spot and then the girl brought out a tiny little a lo claw. Smallest watch you've ever seen in your life of the tip of my thumb pink and we got there me and james just decipher that through egos for a lot of your hand motions. I really thought you were talking about nipples. And i was like. I don't think there were any nipples in this move. Will you thought it was talking about. Penis i two. Oh yeah. that's true. But i wasn't talking about it wasn't sexual is just looking at the time on your watch. Your tiny little your tiny little watch. Yeah i'm just used to that motion. In other ways. I can we talk about like the The dad is out here. Searching for iga thing that possibly might kill him and then there does out here. They as in tom and roxy which is the main girl. The daughter of indiana jones. They're out here on a jeep just fucking crews in having the best time. And then she's also making like g and luigi noises like she's like oh and that went on for four minutes way too long. It's such a long segment ended. They get stranded in a no top jeep. So that like oh what are we going to do with it. One of them just like the. Tom does not care whatsoever. You just like well. They said they'll be here soon. He's like yeah well she's like roxy hasn't she she's like that was like three hours ago. Dude and he's just like yeah. Well you know sometimes people a late. Yeah it's his two. We're going to do column. And then they're just laying there and he's just like all right hold on and he pulled his gun. He's like always carry my gun in the desert. Which would be fine. Like i get it like i mean it tracks. That's probably one of the places you should bring it if you have one but just as delivery and the fact that he has that haircut dude. His dad wrote this script really thinking that it was going to catapult him to like action star status. That is a good point looking on that. In hindsight he rarely made him look like the biggest bad ass in the world. Yeah is bad ass..
"1962" Discussed on Horror Soup
"But just the delivery of the line wasn't there was supposed to be like no. I'll never leave someone behind because dad. My father taught me better than that and it was supposed to be like a moment but it they didn't deliver it that way at all like you can't. You can't tell a joke when you're not funny. And that's what acquaintance do you know. It was not a good delivery. Rio is like i. I still don't know whether or not that was a joke or it was can't tell a joke when you're not funny and you can't act when you can't do. I don't know if she was telling the joke. Or if that was a fault on the editing team can't act when you're not a good actor don't get a man so that father. I mean we're going to get into him. He has a lot of problems. But i don't wanna get into him. Let's get into him right now so he starts hunting and hunting leads him to you. Know getting into a bubble shaped helicopter as one does and he starts to search for iga but in the air he then. He talks to his His daughter and her boyfriend. He's like hey meet me at the mouth of this really deep canyon like really really get in my mouth of this canyon at four o'clock at your put your mouth on the deepest canyon you can mouth canyon. And then he proceeds a look in a random direction with binoculars in search of iga. But he's just kind of standing like at the bottom of the grand canyon looking up very much yet is a giant issue and he doesn't seem to see one with it he could fall off a rock at any given moment also standing on the side of the steepest and slippery rock. But somehow that doesn't end up being his his downfall. Oh i love those slippery desert rocks. He guys actually just out in the middle of the desert just walking around middle of the day. He's just saying..
"1962" Discussed on Horror Soup
"We're gonna watch fun as caveman movie. Probably gonna it's going to suck because it's on like a fifty wars movies of all time list but that actually made it better than not being on a list at least it's on something but We get into iga a picture. You assume is going to be a caveman. You get you get the little intro. Says e guy is blood dripping down from it is just everything's like scattered around it. Looks like shit has just shit like credits drawn on. Two little tablets and stuff and like the one point. There's a shrunken head person. And we're like okay. What i'm sorry. Where's that coming from god. And there's ego and and then it starts and there's no iga. There is a in girl with giant eight or like sixties air giant sixties air. That's definitely not as air. It's not currently whatsoever. Yeah sixties hair huge. The biggest thing. I've seen in my life. So thick immovable doesn't move. She got a pool at one point and it just stayed nothing happened. She was like drenching herself. Turn just get in the pool. She went down a waterslide. And also she put her head under the water slide and was like playing with it and nothing happened to her hair. Maybe good one hundred fifteen. I don't know so we start out. We see her. she's in like beverly hills and immediately. I just have to wonder where where the hell am. I. where's iga. Why are there harz caveman movie. I thought this was going to take place in the bbc and there was just going to be rocks as far as the eye can see e guy. But that's not what it is. So i was understandably confused. Then she starts driving around and within three minutes she drives right in front of a full fledged caveman. A giant towering richard kiel at seven foot two inches huge mountain of a man just stops the car and its tracks. Yeah and she takes one glance at him obviously iga and she passes out passes out. We don't know why like it took nothing he didn't he didn't threaten her he just looks at her and she's gone dude and the search like false waving his club around and he grabbed all is club has gone and he has a billy go in his hands and he's holding it by its hind legs and just looking at it. It's going like error in. What is clearly not actual billy goat or animal. Noises like a human recorded. Those noises. You ever met a billy go. The sure sound like that to me. But yes i have. They don't like all right. Y'all take the argument button. But you know he has a billy goat. I'm not sure why. But he does and then he just kinda throws the billy goat off to the side and grabs his club again and then leaves..
"1962" Discussed on Horror Soup
"I like a shaved particle. Yes i like it shaped. Thanks the pinks better. I guess thank you so back to iga. I actually really liked this movie. It's about where are you going to reuse that clip presented at a context for something else. Because now i'm worried about what i said. I really the movie iga. It's about like this caveman guy who he starts out like hundreds of years ago probably in a cave. He makes his way to nowhere else he stays he stays in the cave. Eventually he knows to beverly hills. And then you're like there's a cave around and i. I like no caves. It's my turn to say. No you're wrong. That's that's where the movie makes a misstep the whole thing that he's like ben alive for hundreds of years. They should've just let him have been a normally thirty five year old man. It's just that he has him and his family have been living in the desert away from civilization this whole time but ever really good question. Does it matter that he's hundreds of years old. It doesn't matter but it's stupid and it's stupid that the dad goes on this lake fucking monologue about how he knows everything about this. Civilization by spending twenty four hours with a caveman. What it was. I think he knew the language. I think he's been studying. Is that now what you got from i got. He's been studying the language for years so and he was talking to him. He already knew how to communicate no. He learned everything that he's telling us in like a twenty four hour period. It's stupid No i think this guy is like the indiana jones of iga. He is but he none of it. None of it can be proven and now that we've seen the conclusion of guy. There's no way to prove any of it. I you're right. I mean i do need an ego to. I actually wish like of all things that didn't turn into a series. What a missed opportunity. You could have made so many egos iga comes back. Iga fuck in gets his girl. They live a happy life. They go on the lam together. She turned into iga to electric lou. I am so ready for iga to electric mulu. This movie is like frankenstein plus Tarzan well i mean it's a movie that seems like it should be set in like a c. Kind of era. But for some reason it set and like beverly hills hollywood yup. It's a very odd thing. Well we know why because we discovered that the writer and director of the movie basically only made this to give his son a starring role in something that guy had at least like three pipes on him because he was doing all kinds of backup vocals that i couldn't even follow. I was like where is this heavenly music coming from is playing drums and everything all just ended that one electric guitar in his hands wove you ever heard of a one man show because that was it right here in iga dude twilight zone level every time. This guy opens his mouth. There is two other women singing. There is a backup male vocal. There's base coming out. there's drugs there's fucking a second guitar. I love hill on full on band. Just coming out of his mouth. He's he's powerful and his name is tom and he has a little curlicue..
Spacecraft Named For 'Hidden Figures' Mathematician Launches From Virginia
"Her name just prior to her death at age 101 in 2020 Johnson won the presidential Medal of Freedom, received an honorary doctorate from West Virginia University and was spotlighted in the Oscar nominated film Hidden Figures. Northrop Grumman named its new cargo craft the SS Katherine Johnson, following the company's tradition of naming new spacecraft after influential figures in the history of space flight. In a news release, Northrop Grumman said Johnson's work quote quite literally launched Americans into space, and her legacy continues to inspire young black women every day, unquote Yes, I hired Johnson in the 19 fifties at the dawn of the space age. Her work was to act as a human computer, and that work was underappreciated and underpaid. At the time. However, it's now recognized as instrumental in sending the first Americans into Speight's Johnson also double check the orbital equations you through John Glenn's 1962 Space flight, and she calculated the precise time and location for launching the first manned mission to the moon. Yesterday, Johnson's namesake took off from Virginia to deliver supplies, scientific experiment and spare equipment to the crew on board in the international space station. In December. New Mexico representative Damn. Holland was selected by President Joe
Space station launch from Virginia honors 'Hidden Figures' mathematician
"Of space station supply ship named after the NASA mathematician featured in the movie Hidden figures is in orbit. Event yesterday happened on the 59th anniversary of John Glenn's historic launch. 21. We have engine Ignition Rocket should reach the international space station tomorrow. It's called the S S. Katherine Johnson. She died one year ago in the age of 101. Johnson's numbers contributed to the February 1962 flight. When John Glenn became the first American to orbit the
Spacecraft Named For 'Hidden Figures' Mathematician Launches
"Grumman has launched the SS Katherine Johnson on supply mission to the International Space Station. The capsule is named after the black NASA mathematician profiled in the movie Hidden Figures. Katherine Johnsons Hand written calculations played a role in John Glenn's flight on February 20th 1962. When he became the first American to orbit the Earth.
"1962" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"You have this experience to all of a sudden something you feel like you can't say it enough to people right. You've just gotta keep saying it and this is something say it again if you wanna make a lot of money and i think that's a good thing. It's called conscious millionaire then. Don't wake up in the morning asking how to make money wake up in the morning asking how to make impact in other people's lives and i assure you the impact will lead to money but asking how to make money is actually the wrong question. It's all about making an impact with your life and the people you make an impact with will gladly pay you. Because they want more they they want to be a part of his this this this flow of energy that you're sharing with them. Let's shift to strategy and talking about money. What is you could share about specifically put more money in the bank becoming wealthier. Well for me it always has been that every time money came in always was like ok. This money is a vessel of value towards me. Might not just to. What's me towards. All what i do and all that from that money will actually impact even more people so for me it was always just a vessel of a gratitude back for we showing up every day to make an impact and so that has always been helpful for me to look at it as a value system at also always passing that value on always digging. What can i do. Of course have a wonderful lifestyle. But also what can i do to support people and to make sure that are more Possibilities for people that cannot pay my sometimes my You know consultation that they still have access to it. If it's you'll you talk to podcast to free information. I always make sure that it just the people that have the money to pay me for my consultation that everyone or to align programs or for free at all levels of society benefited from my wisdom..
"1962" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"You probably know this story. And then when he came to me. I was in a hot tub right. I go if they ever do the movie. The only part that's missing there was actually no bottle of cabernet. But i think at the movie. The auto put a pollock abernathy. I got conscious milliner in my forehead. I was reading a brochure on the green green event. That was going to happen. And i saw the word conscious and end my forehead conscious millionaire came tangling in my spine. So i'm a visual kinesthetic. Syntheses you person in terms of my intuition. And i knew after three year journey of asking the universe why am i here what should i do. This was it. And i stayed in the hot tub for forty minutes because i know how the universe works because i said well conscious millionaire dot com waiting for me was but on the way to the computer. I think this is what you're talking about. I literally said to myself. Wow i finally got my assignment. And i've been looking for my assignment. But it was my choice to go to the computer and take conscious millionaire and create audio programs and write a book and create a podcast. It was my choice. That's correct so you have this possibilities right that you come in waves and some people find his possibilities quite young other late run but you always have to say yes to it by so you say no to it. you know. it's kind of part of your destiny that you'd never unlocked right. So the second part of the attraction is actually what they call the human luck in human luck is how your mindsets. How is your emotional behavior. And what are the actions that you take and you can improve all of them. That's kind of what self self-help is focusing on. And i would say everybody else that me in the secret was talking about that part. You know how to improve their thoughts feelings and actions and so most people focus on that but the function of massive say actually only wonder it's another thirty three percent of your results of the love tracks but it's not everything and so the last part is your environment so where you live way. You sleep where you work oldest times. You're in a bigger part of the field. I mean we are the quantum field but what is around us is also a living energy. It is also a quantum part of the field and so whatever is there can create for us or perhaps blocked our lock and so when we got to add That myself when i was fifteen. I already had practiced on that virtual lack very in tune with my human lack and still a lot of bad luck. Start happening to me and then it was my spiritual teacher. That told me marie. You know because when i was asking what did i do wrong. I mean i did every secret..
"1962" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Also assist them not just in our body but in the body around us and divide the around are oh and so this is looking for a home in envisioning when you say that is. It's an it's an energy field all around us correct. So what you see. Is that a wherever you sleep. Live and work. That is an energy field around you. And so they started understanding the principles. There were colors or elements that if stage changed that it was like could puncture but from the bigger energy field and so function measly winton water and it is avowed there's flow and we all know that there are places in our home where we like. We love being there. we are always productive. We always feel great. We feel happy and are there other areas where this oldest clever we can never arrange something we just wanna be there. We started feeling like suck in lazy. So we know intuitively or instinctively. Even you know there are areas where we feel with driving arizona. We feel we are not and so Is really bad system that they have built up to find out okay. How can be improved environment. So that people's mindset more positive. The behavior is you know more constructive and more active and also where they feel that their body is striving so this is a assistant that has started build up about four thousand years ago to two thousand five hundred years ago by dan. All system was in place so famous fully constructed. They had records right and but for to like ninety. Eighty dad's inflammation was held quite in china by the major families by the emperor. Families is only in ninety eighty that information came war to other areas of asia and ultimately to inland end to the usa. And so when is learning disinformation. We're going to stood. We can work on our inner self writer. Maya set on behavior of our actions but what if our environment is actually subconsciously supporting us or blocking us and that is when such really focusing on the.
"1962" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"A big impact and turn that into money in the bank and wife that will totally fulfil you. I have a very special guest. She's one of the stars from the hit movie the secret. She's one of the world's top transformational leaders speakers and bestselling authors and was the only european star featured in the movie the secret. She mergers her intuitive knowledge of the law of attraction and her studies of quantum physics. Meditation funkaway and dousing to transform the success of entrepreneurs coaches and corporations my guest. Today you have. Our guest is the one and only marie diamond marie. Welcome to the show. Thank you so nicely if he is so excited to be here with you at all. Look where i wanna. I congratulate you. Because i know how much work the doing a great podcast is. And you've got a brand new podcast magical living. What inspired you to start your podcast. Well you know. I'm always looking for ways to really reach people. My i have a very big vision. Since i'm fifteen and my vision is to reach more than five million people to enlighten their lives. And so you also have to look at you. Know you can have your social media. You can have your programs that right now. So many people need more connection. And i believe that our asses definitely one of the ways that people feel connected and can listen and can receive amazing information from you end to have a more ability to reach more millions of people. Well absolutely and you know the story of might starting my podcast is. I got this clear inspiration. I start a podcast. This is two thousand fourteen. And i told my team i said i don't know how but this is going to be huge right and i didn't have anything huge than i had built. A company put a private company and sold it. But nobody in the world other than people who knew me because of where i lived and that sort of thing knew who i was and i also have my book coming out and the podcast came out in the second month that had one hundred and fifty thousand downloads which was crazy you know and now we have millions of a.
GSA's Emily Murphy Holding Up Joe Biden's Transition Team
"The attorney general bar authorizing the Justice Department to look into what he calls quote substantial allegations of voting irregular irregularities, despite the fact there's been a little evidence of any fraud. So far, the legal fights haven't gone anywhere. But the head of the NSA Emily Murphy, is affecting the Biden team by holding up its presidential transition to explain how that can happen. And for more information on Emily Murphy, Sean and Hillary talked about it with Washington Post National reporter Lisa Rain. She was confirmed by the Senate on DH. She has Ah ah, strong background in Federal contracting and had worked on Capitol Hill as an aide on Dad worked in the federal government and and so she's viewed as very competent. And she has also gotten entangled, though in some controversies involving the Trump Hotel, as well as the new location for you know, the FBI headquarters, which both involved Ah involved the president. But she has as do all GS administrators thiss kind of on known roll whenever you have a presidential transmit transition, where once President elected named You write a letter and you basically release millions of dollars in in federal funding, you know, as well as office space for transition teams of the agencies as well as just Access to the new the new administration. This case the President Biden elect and his team to federal agencies so that they can learn what's been going on for the past four years, and that she hasn't done Can you Can the Biden teen challenger or does it simply just have to wait her out? So right now, you know nothing that Emily Murphy has done is illegal in the law that actually was passed by Congress in I think it was 1962 or three does give her you know, the GIs administrator wide latitude you know, for when this letter is written, that sort of, you know, unleashes the transition resource is, but it's never really been tested before, right, Because normally, this's just a very pro forma thing. I mean, you know, after President Obama 12 hours later, you know, the Bush team have had written it their letter now in 2000, Bush v. Gore. We know that was, you know, disputed election that went on and on for weeks. Obviously, it took a while, but that's a different circumstance here than you know, a president. I'm not conceding. So right now it's not clear what the bite and folks feel there. They will do right now. There are no no legal avenues that they're pursuing. And they have told my colleague Matt Visor that they're sitting tight for a couple of days. If this continues, though, you know until the end of the week, they you know they will be thinking harder about What legal arguments they have to make. You know. The problem is, though that is it's really tricky because technically an early member if he could wait until December 14th when the electoral college needs and by then you know the recounts in battleground states would have been completed. President Trump would have, in theory, exhausted his legal options he's pursuing, but that's a long way away. From now on, that's an eternity in a transition of presidential transition. So we just don't know what's gonna happen. And that is Washington Post National reporter Lisa Rain
Sean Connery, former James Bond actor, has died at 90
"Sean Connery, the Scottish actor who's five decade long movie career was dominated by the role of James Bond has died at the age of 90. According to the producers of the James Bond series. Connery, who was awarded a knighthood in 2000 for his contribution to the arts, played the British spy in seven movies beginning with Dr No In 1962, the first of the bond movies.
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.
Houston in store for sweltering weekend with near triple-digit temperatures
"Heat Today, with numbers climbing up close to the triple digits are record high today. The airport one of six from 1962. We won't be quite that high, but our heat indices will heat advisory this afternoon, 99 degrees 80 degrees tonight and storms few and far between through the weekend with triple digit high temperatures.
Rare case of brain-destroying amoeba confirmed in Florida
"And yet another health scare in Florida officials confirming a case of a rare brain eating ameba. The case of night, Gloria Valerie was found in the Tampa area, but no other details were given. Infections of the single cell organism are rare, with only 37 reported in the Sunshine State since 1962. The amoeba is typically found in warm. Fresh water and infections are often
Hook pitches Mets to their first win on this day in 1962
"Fifty years ago April twenty third nineteen sixty two it takes ten tries for the Mets finally have their first victory is J. hook pitches them to a nine one win over the pirates at Forbes Field you know you think back in you know of a mediocre career in professional baseball that probably is what has stuck with me and and giving given me more planes than anything because there's only one person that stopped that hook tossed a five hitter and delivered a two run single for Casey Stengel's team but his night wasn't perfect KC one me to talk to the writers a lot and by the time I finished everybody else's showers and this is the ballpark ran out of hot water the Mets set a major league record with one hundred twenty losses that season I'm Dave Ferrie