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"1969 70" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

05:24 min | 7 months ago

"1969 70" Discussed on Today, Explained

"But not everyone loved the new edition. When conservatives like cpac chairman match slap found out, they won't stop with their push for woke politics. They responded in one of the most conservative ways possible. Some conservatives are calling on the federal government to stop funding PBS over woke content on the program for kids, including Sesame Street. But it turns out Sesame Street's been doing this kind of thing since before Fox News or cpac even existed. To explain, we reached out to David camp. I am the author of the book. Sunny day is the children's television revolution that changed America. I was part of generation zero of Sesame Street viewers. I was a little toddler on November 10th, 1969 when the very first episode of Sesame Street went on the air. The founders of Sesame Street, Joan ganz Cooney and Lloyd morrisett went into TV for a really weird reason, not for the fame and money, but to do good. You know, they wanted to create a TV show that would specifically alleviate the effects of poverty and the educational imbalance between more affluent, mostly white kids in the suburbs and inner city black kids. So from the get go, Sesame Street, its primary audience at the time was resource deprived black kids living in big cities, 1969, 1970. Historically, Sesame Street has been designed as a show where people who are not part of the white hegemony can feel seen the original target audience was black kids. If you're a black kid watching at home and it was very rare to see black characters on television, it was really validating to feel seen when you had human characters like Loretta long as Susan and those characters were very validating to black viewers at home. I'd like to think that I am a positive image for black female. They've done research and they've done interviews and people said whether they were parents or kids, that made a difference to me. When did Sesame Street first attempt something like this? You know, introduce a Muppet to represent a specific group of people and not like a cookie monster. The very first season of Sesame Street, which was the 1969 70 season. Matt Robinson, who played Gordon on the show. It's just good old storekeeping Gordon. He was also a writer and producer on the show, raised the point that there should be a Muppet who is palpably black in mannerism and affect and speech patterns. He made the point that when a kid's around Sesame Street watching age at the time meant age four or 5. That's precisely when a kid recognized that he or she is black. And what does that mean? What does that mean about my place in the world? And so Matt Robinson said, we should have a Muppet character who is recognizably black to kid viewers at home. Jim Henson, who was in charge of the Muppets, made the point at first that, well, you know, the Muppets are not of color. You know, except the color that they.

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"1969 70" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Rocket can thank Kevin Maguire happen in talking some college sports and the implementation of the new and I L legislation in this country. Name image likeness in which college players can benefit and make themselves their own little entity and company and use their own popularity to be able to make some money for themselves more power to the kids, But I do see some potential hurdles that need to be gotten over. You want to comment down and up on my phone lines? Just as we started the interview with Kevin the N B a game wrapped up the Milwaukee Bucks have eliminated the Atlanta Hawks even without their superstar Yana. Santa compile. Both Middleton and how they came up Huge for the box, Uh, for the bucks tonight, So it's a Milwaukee Phoenix showdown for the NBA final. Congratulations to the Bucks. So if you want to talk about the NBA final matchup, I'll take those calls to And one other note. Uh, if it's possible to be both happy and sad at the same time. That's what I am right now. And again I was on the air, so I couldn't listen to it, But I could watch it on my big screen TV. Um, they did a tribute after the game after they gave the bucks all the credit and did their rap and, uh, certainly put in perspective. What this means. Milwaukee their first chance to get over the hump and get to an NBA championship. Um, they went back to the court because with the victory tonight, the Bucks ended TNT s coverage of the NBA This year. All we've got left is the NBA final on the rights belong. To ESPN slash Disney. So does is ABC and ESPN will have the broadcast rights. I'm pretty sure, all seven championship game NBA championship round games will be on ABC, but that's a Disney product. TNT had the Eastern Conference. So tonight was the last game of the year for TNT. And calling the game tonight for TNT was Marv Albert, who is retiring. As of tonight. As a matter of fact, he is stepping aside. I believe Marv just turned 80. He is the voice of my childhood. And, you know you guys know I'm no spring chicken. But Marv Albert was the guy who I listened to when I was just a week, kid. Less than 10 years old when the New York Knicks won their championship in 1969, 70, and I had to get to bed and my mother didn't let me stamp and watch the Knick game. I had to take my transistor radio with my little ear piece underneath my pillow and be able to listen to the next with Marv Albert on the call. That's the voice of basketball that I grew up with. When I was, as I said, less than 10 years old. I had no idea that 50 years later. I was going to be doing a sports talk radio show and I was going to be watching and unfortunately not being able lets it do but certainly be able to comment afterwards. The job that Marv Albert did in his last broadcast, 50 plus years later. He is the best basketball announcer that has ever been, in my estimation. And yes, there's a lot of things in life that are popping up these days that are making me pl olt. But Marv Albert retiring really isn't one of them because Marv had such a great run. He was the Knicks announcer and then he became a national land out. Tornado became the voice of the NBA when it was on NBC, and then the property changed hands and Marv ended up with Turner and doing games for them forever Shoot. I also know and friends with Marv son Kenny, who is a great announcer in his own right. And Kenny is actually more versatile than Marv. He does more sports than Marv Does. Marv was a basketball football hockey guy, and he was great at all of them and his forte more than anything else was always basketball. And yes, he is the greatest announcer in the history of basketball, and I'll tell you a quick story. And I'm going to ask John and John, uh, for a little patients, guys. I will get in just a second, but I want to show you Uh, Kansas. No. You know what? Let me get the update in. I'll come back. I'll get John and John up. And then I'll tell you, my Marv Albert story. We're back at the beginning of my broadcast career. And a chance meeting that I had with Marv Albert and some phenomenal advice that Mark gave me some 30 years ago. Alright, joining vacuity on CBS Sports radio. Let me get an update in and I'll come back. Talk to John from Phoenix, John from Chicago. And John from Pittsburgh and John from Phoenix. And, well, they're not on the line yet. But I'm assuming that they all want to call and they're all named John 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. We'll go back to John John and whoever else checks in next here on CBS Sports Radio after the latest CBS Sports Update With the man Mike McCann. CBS one sports flag. Hey, Jodi. The Milwaukee Bucks are on their way to the NBA Finals for the first time since three Dog night and Grand Funk Railroad rule the radio 1.2 to go. They will Take a shot clock violation. Now they'll let it burn. We get to say something that sounds as good today as it did in 1974. The Milwaukee Bucks are going to the N B a finals. Phoenix. Here we come. Tim Davis ramping it up on the Bucks radio network Chris Middleton pouring in a game high 32 drew holiday added 27 bucks defeating.

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"1969 70" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Kevin Maguire, hopping on talking some college sports and the implementation of the new and I L legislation in this country. Name image likeness in which college players can benefit and make themselves their own little entity and company and use their own popularity to be able to make some money for themselves more power to the kids, But I do see some potential hurdles that need to be gotten over. You want to comment on it up on my phone lines? Just as we started the interview with Kevin the N B, a game wrapped up the Milwaukee Bucks have eliminated the Atlanta Hawks even without their superstar Yana Santa to compile both Middleton and how they came up huge for the box. Uh, for the bucks tonight, so It's a Milwaukee Phoenix showdown for the NBA final. Uh, congratulations to the box. If you want to talk about the NBA final matchup, I'll take those calls to and what other note Ah, if it's possible to be both sad, happy and sad at the same time. That's what I am right now. Um, and again. I was on the air, so I couldn't listen to it, but I could watch it on my big screen TV. Um, they did a tribute after the game after they gave the bucks all the credit and did their rap and, uh, certainly put in perspective what this means. Milwaukee their first chance to get over the hump and get to an NBA championship. Um, they went back to the court because with the victory tonight, the Bucks ended TNT s coverage of the NBA This year. All we've got left is the NBA final and the rights belong. To ESPN slash Disney. So does is ABC and ESPN will have the broadcast rights. I'm pretty sure all seven championship game NBA championship round games will be on ABC. Um, but that's a Disney product. TNT had the Eastern Conference. So tonight was the last game of the year for TNT. And calling the game tonight for TNT was Marv Albert, who is retiring. As of tonight. As a matter of fact, he is stepping aside. I believe Marv just turned 80. He is the voice of my childhood. And, you know you guys know I'm no spring chicken. But Marv Albert was the guy who I listened to when I was just a week, kid. Less than 10 years old when the New York Knicks won their championship in 1969, 70, and I had to get to bed and my mother didn't let me stamp and watch the Knick game. I had to take my transistor radio with my little ear piece underneath my pillow and be able to listen to the Knicks with Marv Albert on the call. That's the voice of basketball that I grew up with. When I was, as I said, less than 10 years old. I had no idea that 50 years later. I was going to be doing a sports talk radio show and I was going to be watching and unfortunately not being able to let it do but certainly be able to comment afterwards. The job that Marv Albert did in his last broadcast 50 plus years later. He is the best basketball announcer that has ever been, in my estimation. And yes, there's a lot of things in life that are popping up these days that are making me pl olt. But Marv Albert retiring really isn't one of them because Marv had such a great run. He was the Knicks announcer in and he became a national land out. Tornado became the voice of the NBA when it was on NBC, and then the property changed hands and Marv ended up with Turner and doing games for them forever. Shoot. I also know and friends with Marv son Kenny, who is a great announcer in his own right. And Kenny is actually more versatile than Marv. He does more sports than Marv Does. Marv was a basketball football hockey guy. And he was great at all of them and his forte, more than anything else was always basketball. And, yes, he is the greatest announcer in the history of basketball, and I'll tell you a quick story. And I'm going to ask John and John, uh, for a little patience, guys. I will get in just a second, but I want to say, uh Kansas. No. You know what? Let me get the update in. I'll come back. I'll get John and John up. And then I'll tell you, my Marv Albert story. We're back at the beginning of my broadcast career. And a chance meeting that I had with Marvel, Bert and some phenomenal advice that Mark gave me some 30 years ago. I join him accurately on CBS Sports radio. Let me get an update in and I'll come back. Talk to John from Phoenix, John from Chicago. And John from Pittsburgh and John from Phoenix. And, well, they're not on the line yet. But I'm assuming that they all want to call and they're all named John 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. We'll go back to John John and whoever else checks in next year on CBS Sports Radio after the latest CBS Sports Update With the man Mike McCann. CBS Sports Flag. Hey, Jodi. The Milwaukee Bucks are on their way to the NBA Finals for the first time since three Dog night and Grand Funk Railroad rule the radio 1.2 to go. They will Take a shot clock violation. Now they'll let it burn. We get to say something that sounds as good today as it did in 1974. The Milwaukee Bucks are going to the N B a finals. Phoenix. Here we come. Ted Davis, Wrapping it up on the Bucks radio network. Chris Middleton pouring in a game high 32 drew holiday added 27 bucks defeating.

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"1969 70" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Missing two cards. Plus, there were 60 to 1969 70 tax hockey cards with how Hall and Makita included in that group. With $150 minimum bid, and there's a bunch of different Wayne Gretzky rookie cards in the auction, ranging from There's one PS k seven. Oh peachy Rookie. And then There's a few different Gretzky rookies from tops ranging from PSA Ford s a A. That's another card that's been killing it. The PCI cells even more than the tops, but they both do great. Yeah, We've had quite a bit of those. And same with the Jordan rookies. We've got to Don't know how many Jordan whiskies we have in this auction. Lot of lot of different grades. I know I sent in a 5.5, which those used to be like. I mean, 3 $400 for a 5.5. You know now, not anymore. They do real well, all that type stuff does real well, now, here's Here's something that I was going to Uh, a a caller. One of our listeners stopped by. He was trying to get. He was going to try to get up the courage to call into the show, but he was Wasn't sure he could do it. This is a gentleman from Borland, who's a long time listening to the show. But listen to this item that he has built. This would be Great auction item. From the early sixties. He got it in person. He has a postcard signed by Cashes Clay. So it's a bold cashes clay early sixties signature. I think that's got a chance to do a couple grander, more. We've We've had a couple of cashes Clay Tom over the years that have done Hold 3 to 5000. I can only imagine what his weight gets in today's market to make it even more than that. If it's I know, clear, bold signature. He had a great penmanship. Um Cashes Clay Muhammad Ali. I mean, he must have gone to a Uh, Third grade teacher who just smack them on his fingers or his knuckles. Always numbers. Letters out. That's the way mine did it when I was in grade school, yes. What do you do it smack like, okay, I'll do it better. So he might be bringing that in. I've got a couple collections coming in to send in this week and he might be bringing that in now. If if for cards, for instance, it's getting late for the summer action. But if the cards don't have to be graded, I mean, should I put out in their fall auction, But maybe some of them at least could end up in the summer. They would all just you have so much stuff already, they'd all just end up in the fall. Um You. I would let the consigned to know that once we get everything, if there's some things that we feel could be, you know, easy write ups and stuff, but then don't need regraded or authenticated. We can get them in this auction. I mean, Actually doesn't start till July. 23rd So yeah. So it's going to be running during the national which is going to be cool. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, very good. Okay and make it out to the national one day. If I do, I would think Sunday would be the day I would go and keeping it open as a possibility. I actually would like to maybe drop some stuff off for grading, but I imagine That could be that's probably kind of crazy bell around the grading companies said at that, Yeah, you may be right. I wonder if that new grading company that you Have been talking about is going to set up a boost there. Have you found anything out of they think they are planning on it. I know they've set up at some shows. You know they are. They're part of CGC and When the PSA announced that they were no longer doing the lesser Christ grading. It had to be $300 or more, And at that time, sGC had a minimum of $75 per card, no matter what if it was economy or whatever. I think CSG got bombarded at that time because I had gotten I sent in the first. Day you could send in For When they first started taking them in in February. Like the next day, I sent him a couple of orders and they were done in two weeks. Then I sent him another box that I think I forgot to write. Anything on the side, which slows things down. But anyway, I sent him another box that they got. April 8th. It hasn't even been opened yet. So I think that was right around the time that they got Valued with things that were going to say. Started going to them because it was so much less expensive. Now they've raid raise their prices. Some But it's still very reasonable. But I'm not sending in anything anywhere right now, unless he has something yet for sure have to get Great and it's just too Everything just to bombarded to deluged. I just don't want us send stuff in right now. I don't know how I'm sure you guys have stuff. That you have to send a Yeah, We just got a collection in, uh The other day on on Wednesday before I left About eight or nine cards, including this. This rare card called mascot Dog Food from The the 19th. I don't know. I guess 1915. That was when all those Red heart. One deal and all those other companies were put now dog food and hot dog card, You know? Yeah. Dog food was big in the fifties with, I guess, Yeah. So one of those is gonna, Yeah, You got to get that tech stuff, you know? Well, I think about this for this week's episode of which ended higher one of the items I was going to add. Was a Walter jumbo browned, single signed baseball. And then I'm thinking that's really not fair to put that in because I didn't even know who Walter Jumbo Brown was. I bet you anything, John Drummond Knows who he is. But I didn't listen to this guy. £295 relief pitcher. He was.

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"1969 70" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"V P Chicago The following program is a paid advertisement views reflected on this show are not necessarily the views of ESPN 1000. Tell me that you went home and strike the ball. I'm sorry. Five deep roots and you brought out here next week way with his next place. Are you one of those people that has to know how much the Babe Ruth ball is actually worth? I was going to bring it back. But it was signed by babe. Whoa. Yeah. You keep telling me that poet. We'll keep it right here. Because today is your lucky day. The Sultan of No practical losses of clouds. The Colossus of Cloud say it's time for sports collecting, with Tom Morgan's sponsored by E. R. C delivery, and Huggins and Scott Auctions. Damn ego Happy Saturday morning. I'm Tom Morgan. With Vince claim any of the year seed delivery Bill Huggins of Huggins and Talking about the values of items, sports collectibles, collectibles of all kinds. Now this week of Vince Coleman is tied up with work at his great business. ER received delivery and won't be able to make it on the show, but will have Nancy Huggins and Jan. Bulldog Drummond joining us, It's 7 20. For this week's episode of which ended higher. I wanted Bill Huggins I wanted to start off with. I was just looking last night at some of the stuff you have in already for the Huggins and Scott Summer auction Some of the biggies that I noticed Jackie Robinson, 1948 Leaf rookie card number 79. He s a seven minimum bid. 50 grand on that, baby. Yeah, that's that's a big one. Um, I think the last few sevens have gone for between. Oh, 3 24 50. Wow. Isn't that amazing? It's amazing how many cards and now go for six figures compared to say, 10 15 years ago. Lot of the years there are up in that ballpark get that will be fun to why to see what that does. Then there's a lower grade, but it's a 1952. Topps, Mickey Mantle, rookie card number 3 11. He s a to $10,000 minimum. Bit on that one. Those are always big East for somebody to have in any grade. Michael Jordan P s a 9 1986 Fleer rookie card. $7500 minimum bid. Wilt Chamberlain, rookie P s a for real sharp looking card. $1200 minimum bed. And then there's a 33 dowdy Babe Ruth number 1 81. ECE 2.5 with a 1500 minimum bed. That's a nice Great for for an old Babe Ruth Scouting carried a 2.5. Oh, yeah, sure. I think that was one of your kids. Signers. Yes, it was if he had he What did he end up, having like? I think he had four different. Gowdy, Babe Ruths Garrick, Babe Ruth, or, uh, Derek, gaudy and then, like three or four of the four in one Yeah. Sign it. So that if you're if you're into Babe Ruth and Lou Garrick, it's definitely a good action to check out now the number here is 3123323776. It's a good day to call in with Vince. Not with us. And we actually have Head waiting on the line. And Schomburg. What's up, Ted? Thanks for the cock. Good morning, Tom. Good morning. I I wanted you add you had in last week's show talked about the dick wrote heart was statue and you were doing some stats. And, uh, to my knowledge. He's the only man in the history of college basketball to win the double a scoring and it's just But this week when eight weight when I did some additional research violent that he did not. He was not the old. He did not win both. He was runner up to both. But when I found out was really interesting. He was first team all American 1951 52 between 25 26 points a game. And he hit 3 70, the baseball team that went to the college World Series 52. He's the only man To be inducted in the Bulls. The college Hall of Fame for baseball and basketball, and it was national Player of the year in 52. That's pretty really that's big, collectible wise. That really makes him At all one. He stands out more than you think. When you first here's big. Yeah, exactly exactly. And then believe it or not, he played fourty years. In in the majors, and the unique say is is that he was in two worlds championship teams he was under 1960. Pirate team that upset the Yankees. Not only did was he on their team, he was captain of the Pirates. He won the National League batting title at 3 25. It was most valuable player in the National League. And when you consider all the players at that time, you know Maze and Arabs and Clementi and Matthews and banks. That's yet to me. Unbelievable. You know now, didn't you say that you met him when? Yes, days and you don't have to Paul at the located. Yeah, I work. The scorer's table work. The scorer's table at the F B Paul And where I was, uh, situated, I would sit to the to the right to the, uh, next to the outer town radio and Dick wrote was the Play by play, uh, colour man for Pittsburgh Basketball, University of Pittsburgh basketball and we we engaged in in May. Discussions. He has a tremendous respect for the game, spoke very highly of Don Kessinger, R former Cubs shortstop. Like one of the times when I was chatty with them. I said, What city did you enjoy going to demolish? He says, or we love coming to Chicago. He says The Cubs were bad. It was day baseball when we go out and catch all night, I thought there was unbelievable. Very gentlemen. Very it had everything, then a good chance for winning a series that you could have as much fun as you wanted after the kidney. Yeah, There were a lot of players that I think their careers got shortened from having a little too much fun after the games. Exactly exactly. Well, that's great stories. You know that. What brought that up we have in the summer Huggins auction. There's All kinds of different Heartland statues in groups, and but there's a Dick Groat with the original box in it, and that's a tougher one to get And that's uh Being sold all by itself, and there were tons of people clicking on that It was when I last looked at was over. 400. People had gone to that listing already, so it'll be interesting to see how that does. Yeah, that's very, very, very interesting. Well, thanks for the call, Ted. Great. Great. It's so on dick Growth. Okay, So Bill Huggins, now some other things in for the Huggins and Scott Summer auction. There's some good autographs stuff. Your truck came by and picked up a big Autograph collection from one of our listeners and they've been listed. I think at least some of them are listed in. This is a big 4 23 that is a $1200 minimum bed that type the upper deck authenticated. Jordan. Items are are just doing great right now. Oh, yeah, they have. They have skyrocketed in the last Two years. Yeah, Boy, it's really something and then for hockey fans There's a group of six Chicago Blackhawks signed jerseys, two different staves. Patrick Kane. Tony Esposito, a dentist survived and appear Palat. So and that has a $400 minimum bid. That's a group of six all together in one auctions, so that will be interesting to see how that does for a black cock, fam. That's got a chance to be a really good deal. Another cool hockey item that I sent them. Was a sharp 1968 69. Hops hockey near set only missing two cards. Plus, there were 60 to 1969 70 tax hockey cards with how.

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"1969 70" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Four o'clock this afternoon had another really good show. Yesterday was yesterday now or was it the day before that he had riches is a nanny on he is the outgoing Head football coach at Bishop McNamara. He's been the coach of that high school football team for 47 years. He's been at the school for 50. So he and Steve knew each other from back in the day and part of that conversation went like this coach. How are you? I'm great. Steve. Hey, Thanks for having me on when I was texting my brother Scott about talking you today said Make sure you say thank you. He didn't play football. I didn't play football there. But you You have touched thousands of people in your 50 years at the school, and I hope you feel that I hope you feel that coming back to you do you are I really appreciate that I really do. And I learned a long time ago that if you're going to coach, you need to respect your kids, you need to treat him correctly. And if you respect them, and, uh, treat him, right, and then they're gonna They're gonna respect you. You're gonna have something going with him. And it isn't for me. It's for them well, so you know, we talk a lot about Owen. I just did about the influence you have on the kids. It's a two way street, though. Tell me about the how the kids Have influenced you in your life over these 50 years. Okay. Quick story. My first year on the northern, I went toe taught it shared in prison. That was my first job. It was maximum security. It was it's Loki and shared in Illinois, halfway between DeKalb and Ottawa and I was a teacher there got hired there. And I brought in Dave race with me who address waited, and he needed a job, so him and he was in the classroom and I was in the gym. I put me in the gym because that was a bigger guy, and that's for all the fights were. So I was in the gym and he was in the classroom. And you know, Steve those that's a maximum security. There was the worst. Crimes in the Chicago area, and a funny thing happened. I kind of like those kids because I got to know him. I had four or five of them worked for me in the gym, and it's like Dan. These kids never had a chance. And, uh, so I thought, if I could, you know, I couldn't stay there forever. But if I could make a difference in education with kids, and you know the ones that are on the fence, make good good decisions. I talked to our kids about that all the time. I mean, it just takes one stupid decision and you can end up in some big time trouble. So that had an effect on me and I You know you're not gonna save everybody but We have a good I think reputation of helping a ton of kids and we get you know a lot of kids come back to see us, and it really makes us proud. Yeah, that's a great story. I had not heard that before Rich and you know that's a story and that would have been in the sixties. Right? It was 1969 70 at Steve. I coached In that prison football, basketball and baseball has assistant football coach Leroy Adams was the bet was careful, brother. We went from cell to cell. Recruiting kids, everyone place they want to get out of its maximum security lockdown, and we actually play like LaSalle, Peru, JVs And out of a J. D's and it was a blast. I mean, those kids were so much fun and and I saw where you know, Athletics really got those kids together. The mix of the kids and everything like that was I lived the longest yard before that movie was ever made, you know, but I mean, I ask you because you know that's the same thing that's going on today. We talked to people who help kids out in the poor kids in parts of the inner city neighborhoods, and all they need are guys like you who met them, But Shared in prison in 1970 people who believe in them. Show them respect and help show them the way you did that in prison, and you certainly did it for decades. In Kankakee Ambition back where I just wanted to publicly say for thousands of other people, Thank you for that, and you've had such an influence on So many people and you know they appreciate it, and I'm sure we could say that for dozens of coaches and teachers around the state these days, But you're the guy who's phone number I had. So I just wanted to share that with you today. Listen, Thank you very much, Steve. And we're pretty proud of you, too. My man. You and Scott, you guys They're special from your graduate, So we're proud of you, but that nice of both of them to say those things. See Bertrand on Chicago's afternoon news with Which is a nanny. Who was the bishop. The B. Mac up head coach for 47 years. I think I got these numbers right there for 50 believe they had that conversation on national Teacher Appreciation Day and You could sense the appreciation of Steve for coach. By the way, Speaking of appreciating people we read earlier on the show from the Op ed page in the Tribune, Joni Hersch Blackman's the Last Mother's Day gift guide you'll ever need. You know, we're all scrambling around trying to figure out what to get Mom and she said a text today of phone call You make the plans. You initiate the call. Those six bullet points that we read. Sure resonated with a lot of you. Producer Ella found around the phone. Hey, Joanie, it's John Williams. You're on WGN. How are you? I'm great. Thanks, John. Thanks for having me. You know, I put you on now, with just a few minutes left in this hour, just to say thank you and Let you know that you sure hit a chord with a lot of people. Joanie, that was really well done. Well, thank you. I'm really glad to hear that. I know it's something that my friends and I talked about often, so I thought there were probably other people out there that might appreciate hearing it as well. And the most important people, you know, are the young people who hopefully are reading it. We'll see. Because I'm an adult. My parents were still alive, and I've got kids. So maybe I ought to start calling my mom and dad regularly in the hopes that someday my kids You know, we'll we'll remember you go be the good example. That's right. I know and some people were saying Auggie, it's when I first started at one of our caller said they do what you suggest we do, They said. It was really Chore, but now she very much looks forward to it. And I think that's pretty honest, don't you? I do. And I think when you think about it, anything that ends up being really important in your life that may be true about whether it's school or learning how to exercise every day or eat more healthy, right. A lot of times At the beginning, it starts being a chore. And then it turns out, you know that it's not only good for you, but you end up really liking it. You said a text today a phone call a week answer their texts or emails on a timely manner. And then I think the next three were the ones that were just even more thoughtful, a texture phone call saying you've reached your destination, You know, like when the kids used to be 17 and went to a friend's house. Call me when you get there. Maybe 57 call your mom and tell her you got there. She still cares. And is worrying. Yeah, right. I know. I'm like Mom. It's Hank will be better. Better mind at ease You said plan you plan plans you initiate To go with her to just about anywhere..

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"1969 70" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Now we're here with Sid Rosenberg from Bernie and sit in the morning asking the question. What's your guilty pleasure? My guilty pleasure is this past season I actually watched the past low rent for the first time ever. Can you believe that? May Mr. Macho man who watches Smithsonian in the military channel actually watch the bachelor right and that My guilty pleasure. Don't tell anybody, All right. Talk Radio 77 w. ABC slice of New York with this situation with the Gitmo thing because I was a witness at the World Trade Center trial in 93. And You know the fact that those people those types of people who get anything ahead of any American is just it's absolutely ludicrous. So thank you very much for bringing that up. Because those are horrible. If the human beings I wouldn't give him that much now. Well, I want to tell you another thing, Pete. Um, there was an unindicted co conspirator in that 93 trial as you mentioned. His name was Imam Siraj cohosh. He was in charge of the mask over on Bedford Avenue. I'm trying to think exactly where it was downtown Brooklyn. It'll come to me. You know, he sued me for $6. Million Pete $6 million. You know, this is incredible. The chutzpah the way Bo's the coolie owns, you know that he sued me for $6 million Pete. I believe it. These people, they have one thing. They just want to hate America and do everything they can to hurt us. And you know, the other thing about that whole situation was you know this Randy guy? I stared him right in the face. A little smoke and let me tell you something. He's nothing about that. But you know what? They're dangerous. They hate us, and we're going to give me the vaccines. That's horrible, so that people bringing that out currency means a lot to me put on a personal basis. Understood by the way I played against Brooklyn president football and In 1969 70. Really? What school? Did you go toe? Seton Hall at me Island. Yes. Oh, yes. Oh, you crushed us, right? I was You crushed us. Well, you know what? They were a little bit of wine on the on the score. I'll admit that, but I gotta tell you, the self esteem was quite over here was broken presses. Those kids don't care about what the game was played like. They weren't gonna let you get away with it. And I remember one time my name in the naughty that gave me a couple concussions than I won game. Oh, yeah. Well, guess what you deserved it. I mean, like that. They cheated out there. Every time we go out to the island, you know ST Agnes Rockville, Shana Shaman. Uh, that's where all Riley went. And, uh Tomato and cheated us anyway. Let's go to Mike, The cop in Brooklyn. Welcome to the Bernard Kerik Show. He had to be ABC, Mikey. All right. I'm not even going to ask you how you're doing. I don't care. Listen, I got dispatch from the first precinct. 9 11 back up, Rudy, and let me tell you something. I will back up Rudy and I will vote for you for Mayor. No matter what the hell happens, Curtis, Thanks for what you're doing, Brother. Thank you. My quick update on my mayoral run. It appears the Republican leadership in the city of trying to deny me the opportunity of running. On the Republican line. I'll have to keep you updated on this. This is sad Saboteur G. This is sabotage. I'm the one out there, saying Republicans don't jump ship. Don't let these Viper sees Vixen sees Venus Flytrap try to recruit you to become a rent direct, leaving the Republican Party to become upon time Democrat to help the establishment. Democrats fend off the challenges of AOC allow crazy Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in their primaries on Lee for you to come back to the Republicans, and then everyone wanting your whole tidy, tall Judas. Well Republican leadership has taken umbrage to that. May try to deny me an opportunity to run for mayor. But I'm telling you, ladies and gentlemen, bullets from the goddess and Gambino's didn't stop me. And the leaders of the Republican Party are not going to stop me. Here's what's happening.

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"1969 70" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Hurry up with that. Vaccine way did assume call. And then we had a drive. Fight. Pick up Thanksgiving by our son Ricky and his wife, Saira. Oh, that's a good idea. Yeah. Well, here's the item number three was a Joe Man Montana 1981 tops Rookie number 2 16 P s a nine soul for 1700, so that won't be in it. Jon Drummond. What do you want me to pick a number one before 181 to 8. I'm girl knew Marino number one number one is a babe Ruth 1929 are 3 16 Cash in publications card. I don't see that very often. P s a six. Sold for $2200. So that won't be in which ended Iowa higher. Tyler, you're in when I'm the big day for Eric, I think if you win this, Tyler, you gotta split it with you. I don't know. I think he's carried most of the weight this year, but I will pick number five number five. That is 1959 taps Football Selo pack With an off center Jim Brown and front P s a seven pack sold for $1800 and now events, the leader and the favorite going in Uh, let's go. Let's get rid of number eight. Number eight is Liu L. Sindoor 1969 70 tops rookie card. Number 25 P ECE seven sold for $3700. That would have been that would have been the best. That's an end for you guys, okay? Now. Here we go. We've got four items left. We've got Time. Seaver 1967 tops Rookie number 5 81 And Tyler, can you play a little music? A little, A little background music here. We gotta have the background music of price is right for for this, okay? Tom Seaver, 1967 tops Rookie number 5 81 P ECE eight second Item Tom Brady 2000 Fleer Metal Rookie card number to 67 P s A 13th item 1986 clear basketball. That's the Jordan rookie. Pack unopened waxed Pack pair both PS A seven and the last 1 1980 81 tops Bird Magic rookie card. He has say eight. So Nancy Huggins. Which one will you peg? Well, this is really a tough one. Um, I think I'll go with the 86 were basketball. Jordan. Okay, The two packs the unopened pack there. Nothing past. All right. Very good. Next is Jon Drummond. I'm going Go, baby I'm gonna with Tommy Schieber 1967 Rookie card that Tom Seaver 1967 tops. Rookie P ece eight, right, Tyler? What's your pick? I'll go with Brady Card. Tom Brady 2000. Clear metal Rookie goes to Tyler, and that leads vents. Well, um What's the score?.

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"1969 70" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Countries as well. 150 radio stations. That's right. We are both TV and radio at the same time here, and it's great to have you I want to hear what Tom Double Karl has to say, because I sort of I'm Rudy for a three party system now. I think there's a chance for a three party system because you see the Democratic Party is imploding with the progressives the very, very far far left, giving Joe Biden a hard time about his Cabinet picks already. Of course, the election isn't a certified yet. So the Republicans have a fair argument. There is like, Look, nobody's called this election other than media, Let's go. You've got two broken sides here. I'm ready for real. So Democrats that are still saying I believe in everything. They really don't They like JFK, and they're really weird about all these. Social issues that Democrats are bringing along with him, and they're just ready. They can't say I'm going to be a Republican. But here's what this is What the blood spot an independent you have you have. You've got to let this stuff play out. Okay? Hillary Clinton did and Donald Trump is going to let that part plan another piece of his In Joe Biden's defense, and you gotta start at least as if you think because you can't just okay. We're going to start in January. You gotta start now. And if it doesn't work out in his direction, you know, no harm. No foul. Thea other piece of this thing, though, that I could find anything. We'll talk to Tom Double car later in the program who wrote the book, The divided era on, of course, political Vanguard calm. But what's interesting here is for Wall Street because we're somewhat loosely categorized Show about money. Um, market likes the gridlock right now. The market likes to gridlock. I was talking on another network this morning regarding one of the options. When you see a president from From one party and then a divided Congress. And what's really interesting there is that The market's over time. Well, since 1943 have like that configuration, because over time you got in almost a 9.8% return over four years on the S and peace, But there's four issues that hymns. Hinge on the outcome of the Georgia races. We're gonna talk to Tom about that the meantime because the thing I like about the show is when you guys are TV audience from across the country, send us email and say you should interview this guy or that guy or this gal who wrote this book or this actor or or the CEO on and there is a guy that even said Billingsley, who I believe we've spoken to before on the air a couple years back. And shut. It runs a company as chairman and CEO of Mentor Capital. They are publicly traded on the stock symbol M and tr. And, of course, Thies guys are at the tip of the spear of investing in companies both private and public. And we thought we'd bring on a professional to talk about how this whole thing has has affected the business of investing. And here comes checks. And how are you, sir? Great to talk to you. Well, Sally and Russia's I Live and breathe. It's great to see you again. Last time I visited. I was living in San Diego. That's right been Ramona. Now I've taken our business and that money and left San Diego and now am in Dallas, Texas. Let me ask you something. What has it been? Night? What's it been like running a publicly traded company under covert, especially in a world where you are. Actually trying T seek out opportunities and such Everything pretty much went on. Hold on. Nobody is Making substantial investments or waiting until this sort of passes on to me from medical background, reaching this far back his master in the hospital when I was in graduate school It seems sort of odd because comb it is just a new virus that nobody has an immunity to. And it's just a new type of flu. Like the 18 98 Russian flu, the 1914 Spanish flu, The 1957 Asian flu or the 1969 70 Hong Kong flu those last two I got okay. And you know, didn't feel very good when nobody has an immunity. Like the Asian flu. You get 160,000 people, the Hong Kong flu. You had 220,000 people die and we're having the same sort of thing. It is just exaggerated in the community or in the social structure now, and that's unfortunate. We're just going into the second flu season. First flu season started in January. Now we're in November. We're getting in the second flu season once the vaccine gets in, and we get enough vaccinated people to have herd immunity will be fine. Just you know, I got my flu shot. You don't want to get cold it getting cold. Been shot when it's a deal. Hey, I got a question for you because you are one of the guys that only said that business owners are the stewards. Of the assets of society, which is which is a really smart thing. A smart way to say that I said the same thing in terms of business is small business eyes, the biggest taxpayer in this country. It's the biggest employer in this country. It's also least incentivized. We're closing businesses down in the name of safety, and I could see some of that another side. Think of some overreaches happening here. They could comment about that as a professional investor during the weekend. Compare the assets of society and money made and the improvement of society to dollars and cents. You could go back and forth if you want. The government does that when they look at major programs and the rule of thumb is Every $5 million of improvement you make to society, not just sales, but doing things better. Cheaper. Faster. Every $5 million. You saved a life. Or if you waste that you sacrificed a life so we can look at the cove in 19 situation and look at the costs of the shutdown. And compare them to the lives saved. And the ratio is about 10 1, meaning the shut down over a long period of time over the next 10 years or so we'll ultimately cause more deaths. No quite factor of 10 than it saves..

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"1969 70" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

Rewilding Earth

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

"The black Mesa defense fund back in 1969-70 and working with Hopey and traditional Navajo Indians to try to thwart the black Mesa mine which then served coal to the Navajo Generating Station to basically power up off the central Arizona project down taking water out of the Colorado River. I got so engrossed in that that in two thousand. I did a six-part radio series for public radio on the Colorado River in the west and looking at the central Arizona project as probably the worst environmental debacle ever visited upon the South West Palm. And the Glen Canyon Dam, but seeing how the whole thing was mapped out in an almost mathematical fashion to get them to work to make something else work, but all to satisfy presumed human needs. Whereas That central Arizona project with a black Mesa mine off basically has all but destroyed the traditional Cultural perspectives of both the traditional and Navajo and Hopi Indians which to me is another travesty. That's really not very well known even today although it ought to be and looking at the American southwest as the national sacrifice area. It was basically looked at home, but from the point of view of what resources are available to satisfy presumed human needs as our population has continued to grow and grow and grow back of the things that I try to point out every now and then on the lecture is that in the course of my lifetime. I was born in nineteen thirty-six. And the human population of the planet had just passed two billion people and today it said almost 7.8 billion people and may last another few years. I will have seen the human population of the planet grow by 400% That's another sort of a statistical way of looking at it. But they you're so overlaying with our own species that the gridlock is becoming unclear at this point back in the days when I would be having conversation with Alan Watts. I was also writing for a an ancient environmental magazine known as Clear Creek and he which he read and I read and wage. Knowing Alan is booked the way of Zen another dear friend of his a man named Rodger Summers..

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"1969 70" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Have some splaining day. At club Bob Ryan Twitter. My favorite follow on Twitter. Bob tweeted out as it Tony LaRussa done enough damage to baseball, But I heard Read that he was going to be interviewed by the white socks with the issue wasn't 30 76. It's totally competent. One issue is he's in the Hall of Fame. You'd be the first person to come back after being in the hall. They're not happy about that. No one in the Hall of Fame is happy about that at all. But the idea that he's the most person has done the most harmed the baseball he had to make a negative effect on baseball in the last 40 years. He's the three point shot of baseball, not because that's the worst thing that basketball in my lifetime. But he's the guy that started that accelerated. It didn't start this, but he made it pitching. Micro managing that is manifested itself in what they raised do it's basically we can trace it to him and his use of Dennis actress Lee when he decided Hey, that Dennis Secretary would always start Ah, ninth inning bi with the lead and would never come in the game with men on base and prior to that, and glorifying the bogus stat notice. Save And and and it's going on from there. You are enraged. This is his. And this is as angry as I've ever heard you on any subject baseball and he created the for our game over ball by himself. You want to hear angry if only Dwight Howard had half Bill Russell's basketball like you competitiveness and hard, let alone his quickness to the ball. Bill Russell would truly embarrassed Dwight Howard is bigger than Bill Russell Boy. But what A lot of people were bigger. They're bigger guys in his time, many of 69 But this just came up because of the Dwight Howard, who is my least favorite player of the last 15 years. She took the mantle from Chris Webber, who took it from Elvin Hayes lineage Here on Dwight Howard is a big clown who has squandered a talent and any idea that Someone would actually consider him for the Hall of Fame is horrifying. People have people walking around always a natural Hall of Famer. Oh, please stop it. I say he's a big slug. It's only with you for $90 a month we had a living room, two bedrooms and a huge kitchen. After two years or so. Our landlord apologized and said, We have to raise it to $115 percent. True now is the first apartment we moved into after we were married. In 1969, and it was the second floor of the three were on the third floor of 34, House Dwelling and the landlord on the first floor and his his father lived on the second floor. And we're on the third floor, and that's what we had $90 a month. That's very spacious, Nice apartment. Yes, I was just weld you lived in. It also had to do with someone tweeted about there. Some writer treated about his opening salary and then wanted to know what people in the business what with their first job payment was. And I took home 72 50 a week as a office boy for the Boston Globe, and from the month of March in October in 1969 70 to 50 40. My wife was teaching And that's how we were able to get by. It worked out okay for you as a career, Bob. Thank you for being on with us. I appreciate your lineage of hating basketball player. That was wonderful. Thank you for being on with us. Always good catching up with you. Any time I'm going to go have a peanut butter cup now. All right. Very good. Just he was rabbit. Unreasonable now to the good stuff. All right, Cody, you've got to give me something better on the subject of two. And then you just did. The Miami Dolphins are trying a quarterback, hoping that he's the best they've had since Marino. It's been a drought for many years. All you did was tell us by way of analysis. Yeah, I kind of saw that coming. You didn't give us anything long time dinosaur columnist or you're going to do tow in the next segment. Sure if you want me to. Yes, I don't know where it was When I asked for it. Kings to God's Tell the people last week is in the books. Now it's time to review the tape prepared.

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"1969 70" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"O C 25686. On the outside looking in on the way back to your hot. We're talking indoor outdoor living concept in the evolution of that, as we've seen it in the world of the housing market in particular. Right here in the great state of Arizona were talking with good friend, longtime friend Mr Donne Dryden of riding Architects, historical architect of great renown. Right? Yeah, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah, whatever. I'm a modest man, but highly accomplished, man. We've always enjoyed our visit. Together. We were talking about the Frank Lloyd Wright influence. Of bringing the outdoor end. And once you Move out of these fifties and sixties ranch, stop cubicle homes into something more like The Bucky Hey, ver or, um Any of the a little bit more contemporary where you've got a little bit more elbow room in each room. I mean, as a remodeler. We do well all year long taking load bearing walls out and combining living and dining and kitchen. I mean, that's that's one of our biggest Project right now month over month. You and I both knew you knew him very well. I only had occasion to meet him once or twice. But architectural professor over there as you Cal Straw, right? Cal Straub was ah, a great influence in my life in my career first he was my professor at issue. And then Ah! He Ah ended up becoming my boss when I got out of out of school worked for him, and he pretty much became my mentor as well. And Ah, it was his quite a brilliant man. He was a real humanist. He just loved loved people, and he loved designing comfortable homes for them that had a spirit. That just would never end. So ah, He was a great influence on all of us back in the old 1969 70. Well, I didn't get to know him till I made my way to the H u campus in 75. But All my roommates and all my best friends were in the school of architecture. But I worked for an architect at the time. Who said Rosie, You should go be an engineer, So I hung out with all the guys in the school of architecture. Ah! Doing lab all afternoon from you. No. One in the afternoon to 11 o'clock at night. I was there. I was their meal runner. Did you make the little tree models for their science is I do that, But I was over in the Del Webb School of Engineering. But I didn't know anybody. I didn't know any architect alone from a issue from the seventies that didn't have a cast Rob or George Christians and story that's true. I worked for them both after school and And a couple times I met cow was meeting him and George for a pizza and a cold drink at the old organs up. Pizza Pizza shop. Well, what was on 16th Street, Seventh in Missouri Habits have the Missouri that's right. Oh, dear. I was obeying. Only had to meet Cal. Once or twice for he had a story about him. Oh, yeah, absolutely. Well, he gave us Ah, ah, whole lot to think about. I think with regards to our indoor outdoor living theme today, the the couple of things that he said always stick with me is that Hey, basically said that every room in your house should have a related mirror image. Outdoor room. So that if you had a kitchen indoors, you had a kitchen outdoors, a living room in a living room out places to die in place. All of that every room. You should be able to flow outside and have a version of that function outdoors as well. What a concept. It does make sense, especially here in our climate. You could do that for about 89 months of the year. Absolutely. I wasn't home. Just the other day were The family was telling us they've got Peter's mounted on their back patio ceiling. They say, you know, all January February, we open all the doors, the house and we just turned those radio eaters on the back patio and that that's our comfort through the whole home. Oh, sure, that's because you've got all the electronics still on taking a vampire power had your warning the house with your electronics in your refrigerator and just living in the showers and the cooking and everything else. That's right. But I mean, they they had their home really, truly set up as Open flowing Exactly exactly. And I guess that's really something that everybody is trying to seek in their lifestyles here in Arizona. Now one of the things that really help one of the things that really helps you great architects is us great engineers. Because the products and the engineering behind homes I mean, weaken now air condition a home for for 60% less electricity. Through the evolution of the new air conditioning system. So it allows you guys a opener up baby way figured out insulation, We figured out reduced electrical consumption. It's an amazing thing we can do without the gadgetry to supplement the passive solar lifestyle more with Don Right here, Rosie in the house when we get back You and Buddy are enjoying your walk when I smell it, too. I know. Told blame it on the dog here that he's into. Maybe.

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"1969 70" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"G United States competing with China over there's also energy on the race to develop new ways of generating energy waves that go well beyond traditional fossil fuels. I talked with the U. S. Secretary of Energy Damn Bria about the energy race, and he said, we should be concerned about the competition. The global energy landscape has changed dramatically over the last few decades. And our position as the United States has changed within that landscape. In that time. We've seen a dramatic shift in the flow of us resources to developing economies all across the world. And I was looking at some statistics earlier today. Back in 1969. 70% of the monetary flows back, then were categorized as official development assistance by the U. S government. And in 5 2080% instead came from the private capital markets. So that's you know, that's that's an intense shift away from government resources to the private sector. That was 15 years ago, so I'm sure that number could be even higher than today. But it clearly in the you know illustrates the private sector is playing a bigger role in the international arena, and one component of our mission here at the Department of Energy is to reach out and engage. With these increasingly important global actors. With that in mind, our department via the Department of Energy is leading some efforts to develop what we think your cutting edge public private partnerships and help achieve revolt in the very dynamic energy landscape. And we're doing that with our partners and within the interagency primarily the was No. Now is the DFC, the old O pick the old Overseas Private Investment corporation. We've been working very closely with them, but You know we're very excited about these partnerships because they not only yield economic growth, but they enable us to strengthen his ties International Parker's and provide new opportunities. All across the world for American businesses. And I just talked Tio Doctor for the role of the International Energy Agency, and he tells me that 2020 is now set to see the look line and energy investment on record. Obviously due to the pandemic, but this is a reduction of roughly 1/5 or almost $400 billion. That's in capital spending compared to 2019 CAF exes records as we call it. AII is reported on the opportunity for policy actions and we've we've worked closely with them. They're targeting energy investments to booth growth boost growth. To create even more jobs and to continue reducing energy related emissions. And even Mohr, there's really potential here to expand energy access. By nearly 270 million people and provide cleaner cooking solutions to nearly 420 million people. All across the globe is my predecessor, Rick Perry, secretary Kerry said. You know, there's still so many people around the world without access to commercial energy, and we want to help fix that problem for them and create opportunities for us here in America. But you know, as we know it, as we've discussed in the past governments alone don't have. The resource is for all of those investment. So we're going to we're going toe rely upon and it will require, you know, very strong public and private partnerships. Based on what we refer to here in the United States is a bottom up energy philosophy, one that supports free markets it funds scientific research in it honors the choice of producers and consumers alike. So with our private sector counterparts were going to be foes focusing here on things like nuclear technologies and working to develop new reactors and new fuels for those reactors. Fuels that are accident tolerant and non Phil Efren. We're also focusing on wind and solar technologies, which is a priority for our department, in a large portion of our RND budget here at the Department of Energy will be spent on the work that's coming out of our national Renewable energy laboratory. In Golden, Colorado. In that vein, we're going to be pursuing some new battery technologies. And all of our innovators here in entrepreneurs in the private sector, working lockstep. On some new carbon capture utilization in storage process projects. So in short, you know the government and the we can, and we should play a very crucial role in helping to bring all of these projects over the finish line. Today that it's exciting, so exciting time to be in the energy business. It's an exciting time to be an energy policy. And as the world changes so away Sir, that was very helpful, and it's clear you want more energy, and you want a cheaper you want Mohr Investments wants a private investment in particular. We talked before you said, and you tend to say it's all of the above when it comes to energy, as I try to get a choice between renewables for spousal feels things like that. Give us a sense of what that really means In practice, doesn't the government have to pick some with winners and losers? Full of winners alluded losers or something we avoid in the marketplace. We don't as a government. We don't want to pick individual players, but as technology picking winners and losers and technology, it's not something that we want to engage in. Either. What we want is to pursue Z and I have discussed it all of the above strategy. And you know, the president is talk about this publicly. And those words mean exactly what they are. We're going to pursue renewable technology very, very aggressively. We just announced on the West Coast of brand new Facility at one of our laboratories there that's going to allow us to develop grid scale storage battery storage. 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"1969 70" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"G in the United States competing with China over it's also energy on the race to develop new ways of generating energy waves that go well beyond traditional fossil fuels. I talked with the U. S. Secretary of Energy Damn Bria about the energy race, and he said, we should be concerned about the competition. The global energy landscape has changed dramatically over the last few decades. And our position as the United States has changed within that landscape. And in that time we've seen a dramatic shift in the flow of us resource is to developing economies all across the world. And I was looking at some statistics earlier today, Back in 1969. 70% of the monetary flows back, then were categorized as official development assistance by the U. S government. And in 5 2080% instead came from the private capital markets. So that's you know, that's that's an intense shift away from government resources to the private sector. That was 15 years ago, so I'm sure that number could be even higher than today. But it clearly into you know illustrates that the private sector is playing a bigger role in the international arena, and one component of our mission here at the Department of Energy is to reach out and engage. With these increasingly important global actors. With that in mind our department. The Department of Energy is leading some efforts to develop what we think our cutting edge public private partnerships and help achieve our roles in this very dynamic energy landscape. And we're doing that with our partners and within the interagency, primarily the snow. Now is the DFC, the old O pick the old Overseas Private Investment corporation. We've been working very closely with them, but You know we're very excited about these partnerships because not only yield economic growth, but they enable us to strengthen his ties to international Parker's in to provide new opportunities. All across the world for American businesses. And I just talked Tio Doctor for the role of the International Energy Agency, and he tells me that 2020 is now set to see the look line and energy investment on record. Obviously due to the pandemic, But this is a reduction of roughly 1/5 or almost $400 billion that's in capital spending compared to 2019 CAF exes records as we call it. IAEA is reported on the opportunity for policy actions and we've worked closely with them. They're targeting energy investments to Booth quote, boost growth. Not to create even more jobs and to continue reducing energy related emissions. And even Mohr, there's really potential here to expand energy access. By nearly 270 million people and provide cleaner cooking solutions to nearly 420 million people. All across the globe is my predecessor, Rick Perry, secretary very said. You know, there's still so many people around the world without access to commercial energy, and we want to help fix that problem for them and create opportunities for us here in America. But you know, as we know it, as we discussed in the past governments alone don't have. The resource is for all of those investment. So we're going to we're going toe rely upon and it will require, you know, very strong public and private partnerships. Based on what we refer to here in the United States is a bottom up energy philosophy, one that supports free markets it funds scientific research in it honors the choice of producers and consumers alike. So with our private sector counterparts were going to be foes focusing here on things like nuclear technologies and working to develop new reactors and new fuels for those reactors. Fuels that are accident tolerant and non Phil, if rinse. We're also focusing on wind and solar technologies, which is a priority for our department in a large portion of our R and D budget here at the Department of Energy will be spent on the work that's coming out of our national Renewable Energy laboratory. In Golden, Colorado. In that vein, we're going to be pursuing some new battery technologies. And all other innovators here in entrepreneurs in the private sector working lockstep. On some new carbon capture utilization storage process projects. So in short, you know the government and the we can, and we should play a very crucial role in helping to bring all of these projects over the finish line. Today. That is exciting, exciting time to be in the energy business. It's an exciting time to be an energy policy. And as the world changes so away Sir, That was very helpful, and it's clear you wanted more energy and you want a cheaper you want Mohr investments. He wants a private investment in particular. We talked before you said, and you tend to say is all of the above when it comes to energy, as I try to get a choice between renewables for spousal feels things like that. Give us a sense of what that really means In practice, doesn't the government have to pick some with winners and losers? Full of winners alluded losers or something we avoid in the marketplace. We don't have the government. We don't want to pick individual players. But as technology picking winners and losers and technology is not something that we want to engage in. Either. What we want is to pursue Z and I have discussed it all of the above strategy. And you know, the president has talked about this publicly. And those words mean exactly what they are. We're going to pursue renewable technology very, very aggressively. We just announced on the West Coast of brand new Facility at one of our laboratories there that's going to allow us to develop grid scale storage battery storage. This is 20 megawatts and above it allows us to develop. The next generation of battery stores that will allow our nobles to be integrated into our current electric grid much more easily and much more efficiently. That was Danbury et US energy secretary. Coming up. Corporate America isn't just looking inward. It's also looking at the outside world to see what it can do to move us forward.

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"1969 70" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With China over there's also energy on the race to develop new ways of generating energy. Ways that go well beyond traditional fossil fuels. I talked with the U. S. Secretary of Energy Damn Bria about the energy race, and he said, we should be concerned about the competition. The global energy landscape has changed dramatically over the last few decades. And our position as the United States has changed within that landscape. And in that time we've seen a dramatic shift in the flow of us resource is to developing economies all across the world. And I was looking at some statistics earlier today, Back in 1969. 70% of the monetary flows back, then were categorized as official development assistance by the U. S government. And in 5 2080% instead came from the private capital markets. So that's you know, that's that's an intense shift away from government resources to the private sector. That was 15 years ago, so I'm sure that number could be even higher than today. But it clearly in the you know illustrates that the private sector is playing a bigger role in the international arena, and one component of our mission here at the Department of Energy is to reach out and engage. With these increasingly important global actors. And with that in mind, our department via the Department of Energy is leading some efforts to develop what we think our cutting edge public private partnerships and help achieve revolts in this very dynamic energy landscape. And we're doing that with our partners and within the interagency, primarily the snow. Now is the DFC, the old OPEC, the old Overseas Private investment corporation. We've been working very closely with them, but You know we're very excited about these partnerships because they not only yield economic growth, but they enable us to strengthen his ties to international Parker's and provide new opportunities. All across the world for American businesses. And I just talked Tio Doctor for parole in the International Energy Agency. And he tells me that 2020 is now set to see the look line and energy investment on record. Obviously due to the pandemic, but this is a reduction of roughly 1/5 for almost $400 billion. That's in capital spending compared to 2019 CAF axes records as we call it. IAEA is reported on the opportunity for policy actions. And we've we've worked closely with them. They're targeting energy investments to Booth quote, boost growth. To create even more jobs and to continue reducing energy related emissions. And even Mohr, there's really potential here to expand energy access. By nearly 270 million people and provide cleaner cooking solutions to nearly 420 million people. All across the globe is my predecessor, Rick Perry, secretary Kerry said. You know, there's still so many people around the world without access to commercial energy, and we want to help fix that problem for them and create opportunities for us here in America. But you know, as we know it, as we discussed in the past governments alone don't have. The resource is for all of those investments. So we're going to we're going toe rely upon and it will require, you know, very strong public and private partnerships. Based on what we referred to here in the United States is a bottom up energy philosophy, one that supports free markets it funds scientific research in it honors the choice of producers and consumers alike. So with our private sector counterparts were going to be foes focusing here on things like nuclear technologies and working to develop new reactors and new fuels for those reactors. Fuels that are accident tolerant and non Phil Efren. We're also focusing on wind and solar technologies, which is a priority for our department in a large portion of our R and D budget here at the Department of Energy will be spent on the work that's coming out of our national Renewable Energy laboratory. In Golden, Colorado. In that vein, we're going to be pursuing some new battery technologies and all other innovators here in entrepreneurs in the private sector, working lockstep. On some new carbon capture utilization in storage process projects. So in short, you know the government and the we can, and we should play a very crucial role in helping to bring all of these projects over the finish line. David. It's exciting, so exciting time to be in the energy business. It's an exciting time to be an energy policy. And as the world changes so away Sir. That was very helpful, and it's clear you wanted more energy and you want chief. We want Mohr investments. He wants a private investment in particular. We talked before you said, and you tend to say is all of the above when it comes to energy, As I try to get a choice between renewables responsible feels things like that. Give us a sense of what that really means In practice, doesn't the government have to pick some with winners and losers? Full of winners alluded losers or something we avoid in the marketplace. We don't have the government. We don't want to pick individual players. But as technology picking winners and losers and technology is not something that we want to engage in. Either. What we want is to pursue Z and I have discussed it all of the above strategy. And you know, the president has talked about this publicly. And those words mean exactly what they are. We're going to pursue renewable technology is very, very aggressively. We just announced on the West Coast of brand new Facility at one of our laboratories there that's going to allow us to develop grid scale storage battery storage. This is 20 megawatts and above it allows us to develop. The next generation of battery stores that will allow our nobles to be integrated into our current electric grid much more easily and much more efficiently. That was Danbury et US energy secretary. Coming up. Corporate America isn't just looking inward. It's also looking at the outside world to see what it can do to move us forward.

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"1969 70" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"1969 70" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Generating energy waves that go well beyond traditional fossil fuels. I talked with the U. S. Secretary of Energy Danbury yet about the energy race, and he said, we should be concerned about the competition. The global energy landscape has changed dramatically over the last few decades. And our position as the United States has changed within that landscape. In that time we've seen a dramatic shift in the flow of us resource is to developing economies all across the world. And I was looking at some statistics earlier today, Back in 1969. 70% of the monetary flows back then were categorized as official development assistance by the US government and in 5 2080% instead came from the private capital markets. So that's No, that's that's an intense shift away from government resources to the private sector, and that was 15 years ago. So I'm sure that number could be even higher than today. But it clearly in the you know illustrates that the private sector is playing a bigger role in the international arena. And one component of our mission here at the Department of Energy is to reach out and engage with these increasingly important global actors. With that in mind our department. The Department of Energy is leading some efforts to develop what we think you're cutting as public private partnerships and help achieve revolts in this very dynamic energy landscape. And we're doing that with our partners and within the interagency, primarily the snow. Now is the DFC, the old OPEC, the old Overseas Private investment corporation. We've been working very closely with them, but You know we're very excited about these partnerships because they not only yield economic growth, but they enable us to strengthen his ties to international Parker's and to provide new opportunities. All across the world for American businesses. And I just talked Tio Doctor for parole in the International Energy Agency. And he tells me that 2020 is now set to see the look line and energy investment on record. Obviously due to the pandemic, But this is a reduction of roughly 1/5 or almost $400 billion that's in capital spending compared to 2019 CAF exes records as we call it. AII is reported on the opportunity for policy actions and we've worked closely with them. They're targeting energy investments to booth growth boost growth. To create even more jobs and to continue reducing energy related emissions. And even Mohr, there's really potential here to expand energy access. By nearly 270 million people and provide cleaner cooking solutions to nearly 420 million people. All across the globe is my predecessor, Rick Perry, secretary very said. You know, there's still so many people around the world without access to commercial energy, and we want to help fix that problem for them and create opportunities for us here in America. But you know, as we know it, as we discussed in the past governments alone don't have. The resource is for all of those investments. So we're going to we're going toe rely upon and it will require, you know, very strong public and private partnerships. Based on what we refer to here in the United States has a bottom up energy philosophy, one that supports free markets it funds scientific research in it honors the choice of producers and consumers alike. So with our private sector counterparts were going to be foes focusing here on things like nuclear technologies and working to develop new reactors and new fuels for those reactors. Fuels that are accident tolerant and non Phil Efren. We're also focusing on wind and solar technologies, which is a priority for our department in a large portion of our R and D budget here at the Department of Energy will be spent on work that's coming out of our national Renewable energy laboratory. In Golden, Colorado. In that vein, we're going to be pursuing some new battery technologies and all of our innovators here in entrepreneurs in the private sector working lock step On some new carbon capture utilization storage process projects. So in short, you know the government and the E can and we should play a very crucial role in helping to bring all of these projects over the finish line. So David. It's exciting, exciting time to be in the energy business. It's an exciting time to be an energy policy. And as the world changes, so will weigh Sir, That was very helpful, and it's clear you want more energy and you want a cheaper you want Mohr investments. He wants a private investment in particular. We talked before you said, and you tend to say it's all of the above when it comes to energy, As I try to get a choice between renewables responsible feels things like that. Give us a sense of what that really means In practice, doesn't the government have to pick some with winners and losers? Full of winners and losers, losers or something we avoid in the marketplace. We don't have the government. We don't want to pick individual players. But as technology picking winners and losers and technology is not something that we want to engage in. Either. What we want is to pursue Z and I have discussed it all of the above strategy. And you know, the president has talked about this publicly. And those words mean exactly what they are. We're going to pursue renewable technology is very, very aggressively. We just announced on the West Coast of brand new Facility at one of our laboratories.

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"1969 70" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"1969 70" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm Christian Spicer. Writer Podcaster in a huge fan of the last of us in this show will be recapping the story of part one while diving deep into the making up. We'll be talking to people like writer and creative director Neil Druckman. First they don't like each other, and by the end of it, they're going to love each other, like the way a parent loves a child or a child loves their parent, and they're willing to do Anything for each other. You'll hear from voice actors like Ashley Johnson in Troy Baker. I feel like the line is blurred between me and Elliot. This point she may be a monster. But for right now she's a little girl and I can't abandon a little girl on we'll be talking to some of the developers who created the game from the ground up. Sense how different this game was from any other game that existed before the fact that the game has both a clicker ripping your throat out and Ellie telling you a joke from a joke book. I think that makes for just a really rich and multifaceted experience. You want to just leave you here? Yes is no way I will not turn into one of those things. How could you not know what losses in this world? I mean, everyone has lost. Someone will also give you what we've all been waiting for A behind the scenes look into the making of the long awaited sequel. The last of us part two. Definitely. This is more of jewels story the first game. Where is the second game's definitely more belly story? Even if I weren't a part of it, I would be blown away. I struggled for a long time with surviving no matter what, you keep finding something to fight for described now, So you don't miss a thing. Official The last of us podcast, Listen and follow this park. This is Logan and Lewis. Jane Logan, Rick Lewis and Kathie Lee on Ko Way News Radio 8 50 AM and 90 for one FM. Good Even today. It still sounds good, right? Wouldn't worry did do this, I would say 1969. 70 cash for that. B 50 years and Mel Far inland Barney or the Everything is everything, guys. Former Detroit Lions. You guys wish that was you. You absolutely have been teenagers, but he'll be the son are hard. But everything is everything. Yeah, two white dudes saying everything is everything on the Marvin Gaye like maybe Philip Bailey it since you let him in the booth,.

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