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New York's Hunts Point Produce Market Workers End Strike With Largest Pay Raise In Decades
"A weeklong strike at the nation's largest wholesale produce market has ended after workers overwhelmingly approved a deal that includes their largest pay increase in decades and more money for health coverage. Union for employees at New York City's Hunts Point produce market. Said the deal will eventually raise the average base pay for most workers to 2042 an hour. About 1400 workers walked off the job. January 17th during a pandemic that has killed six colleagues. The market distributes about 150 tons of produce per day. Two restaurants, wholesalers. And stores and accounts for about 60% of produce sales in New York
Strike Ends at Largest U.S. Wholesale Produce Market in The Bronx
"Of the nation's largest wholesale food market ended today after union workers at Hunts Point produce market approved a new deal, giving them their largest pay raise in decades and more money for health coverage. About 1400. Members of Teamsters local to 02 walked off the job of the Bronx market on January 17th. It was the first strike since 1986, president of S. Katzman producing Co. President of the market, Steven Katzman says the strike did not interrupt. The food supply. Well, actually, everybody get back to work, actually just get back to supply in the city with fresh fruits or vegetables instead of people walking in the supermarkets and seeing empty shells, maybe Just buying frozen pieces instead, we're We never missed a beat here. We were able to keep everybody supplied. I want people to realize that food supply was never in jeopardy. According to the Union employees at New York City's Hunts Point produce market will receive raises totaling $1.85 per hour over three years, including an increase of 70 cents per hour in the first year. Hunts point produce market and its workers provide an estimated 60% of the local areas produce supply wins. News
Over 2,600 arrested at protests demanding release of Putin foe
"Protests have erupted in over 60 Russian cities, demanding the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny's protest stretched across Russia's vast territory where some demonstrators took to the streets and temperatures as low as minus 58 F. The range shows how the Valley and his anti corruption campaign have built a network of support despite government repression. Found. His wife, Julia, was among those arrested. Navalny was arrested this week after returning to Moscow from Germany, where he had spent five months recovering from a nerve agent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin, which Russian authorities denying the 44 year old activist is known for his reports on corruption within Russian President Vladimir Putin's
LAX Opens COVID-19 Testing Site With Lab, Providing Results in Just Hours
"On a plane anytime soon, there's a good chance he'll be in for a covered test before leaving L. A two versions of the coronavirus nasal swab tests are currently being offered to travelers at L. A X. The airport even has built its own lab on site. It's across from Terminal six. Some airlines some destinations requiring negative tests from passengers in Europe. They may require a negative PCR test before arriving to Caribbean. Some of those countries actually accept. Indigent test chief Montgomery with Los Angeles International tells Can x the tests not free A part of the new world we live in and air travel Ross from Terminal six that turnaround time is 3 to 5 hours. Those test costs $125 with the new Auntie Gin test. They cost $80 have the results in just 30 to 60 minutes here, just people to check with your airline. They'll know what he if any type of test you need and how far in advance she'll need to take it. Craig
Deal ends weeklong strike at largest US produce market
"Food workers at Hunts Point produce market in the Bronx will receive a 70 cent wage increase following today's union vote in favor of labor settlement. 1400 workers have gone on a week long strike. Teamsters local tour to President Danny Caine says members could return to work as soon as tomorrow. Before we even received the economic practice we had once we would have stood up to prove a point. To prove a point that you just can't neglect dealing with our economic uncertainties. Hunts point supply 60% of the region's
$1 billion Mega Millions winning ticket sold in Michigan
"Those meta millions tickets yet? The winning mega million's ticket was bought in Michigan number 40 to 26 60 54 gold come on the 24. The top prize has been growing since September 15th when a winning ticket was sold in Wisconsin. The next estimated mega millions jackpot is 20 million for Tuesday's drawing that CBS is Jennifer Keiper. A cash payout would be nearly $740 million. That is the third largest jackpot in U. S history. This
'The King of Talk': Remembering Larry King
"Larry King has died. He was 87 in a career that spanned 60 years. Larry King interviewed just about everybody. Reporter Jeff Lunden has this appreciation. With his trademark suspenders and his deep baritone voice tinged with a Brooklyn accent. Larry King spoke with Presidents George Bush is our honored guest for the full hour. Next on Larry King Live World leaders Moammar Qaddafi. The leader of the nation of Libya, celebrities, the brilliant Barbra Streisand, authors, scientists, comedians, athletes and on and on and on. I'm always engrossed in the guest. Larry King spoke with Jesse Thorn on the turnaround podcast in 2017. I'm always listening to the answer. I'm always learning, So I guess I'm better every day at learning. The Brooklyn born King actually was an indifferent student, but said he always had an innate curiosity when we would go to dodge it. All my friends wanted autographs at the injury. I never asked for an autograph, but I would walk with the players is they're going to their cars asking questions. Why'd you bunt? Why they do this in the third inning. My curiosity is still insatiable. King began his career is a DJ in Miami, and it's where he got his name is well. When a station manager told him his given surname, Zeiger was too ethnic. He chose King from a liquor ad in a newspaper. By the late 19 seventies, King had an overnight talk show on national radio. Then the 1985 Ted Turner hired him for his new network, CNN. Media commentator and author. Bill Carter, who's a CNN contributor, says the timing was perfect. Picking up something like Larry King may love sense because he had Establish himself kind of as a guy who could get big guests. They could have big names and promoted and became sort of the linchpin of their prime time lineup, and King stayed there for 25 years. Some critics complained that he was too chummy with celebrities and lob softball questions. It is guests. His strategy was I'm never gonna make the guests uncomfortable. And that means not only will they come back, but they'll tell their friends. He won't ask you about that ugly divorce of yours. You know, he'll ask you about your favorite movie, so he didn't challenge people, But he did get information. He was pretty good at that, like when he talked with ex President Richard Nixon. Well, I don't want to dwell in the Watergate thing that's been covered so well. But some personal things when you drive by Those collections of buildings. The hotel the two apartment houses the office building, You feel weird, funny. No, I never give it a thought. Never given a thought. Never given a thought. That's one place where you just don't look back. As far as Watergate is. I know you don't look up at the buildings themselves. Not at all. Not a matter of fact, I've never been in the Watergate. Larry King famously didn't do a lot of preparation before his interviews, the less I know. Better Now, That sounds strange to people. Like If you wrote a book. I wouldn't read the book for interview do because I would then know too much about the book and I'm in the same boat as the audience. They haven't read the book, but King knew the national zeitgeist. He covered the first O. J. Simpson trial every night, says Bill Carter. He basically started the cable monomania move. We're going to just cover this story. That's it In a way. It was perfect for life because it was celebrity oriented. It was in the news, but it was not political. Ultimately, CNN canceled King show because it wasn't political competition from Fox and MSNBC took its toll on the ratings. But King was a survivor. He was married eight times and had Quinn couple bypass surgery after a massive heart attack, and King took his talk show to streaming video and kept on working for NPR news. I'm Jeff Lunden in New York.
TV icon Larry King has died at age 87
"A legend and icon and in award winning TV and radio host Larry King's prolific broadcasting career spanned more than 60 years. He's probably best known for his long running CNN show. Larry King Live that show running for 25 years this morning. A message on King's Twitter account announced that King died this morning at the age of 87 at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. No cause of death was provided. But news of his passing is coming. Just weeks after it was revealed that King had been hospitalized. Cedar Sinai was being treated for the
Veteran US broadcaster Larry King dies aged 87 in Los Angeles
"King is dead. A statement posted to King's Twitter feed says he died today at a hospital in Los Angeles. He was 87. Cause was not given, but he had reportedly been hospitalized with covert. 19 can conducted thousands of interviews over a career spanning more than 60 years. But he famously did not do a lot of prep work. The less I know. Better Now, That sounds strange to people. Like If you wrote a book. I wouldn't read the book before I interviewed you because I would then know too much about the book and I'm in the same boat as the audience. They haven't read the book. King was best known for his 25 years on CNN, He was hired away from a popular overnight radio talk show. Biden
$1 billion Mega Millions winning ticket sold in Michigan
"Million's ticket was bought in Michigan number 40 to 26 60 54 in the gold Mega Mona's 24. The top prize has been growing since September 15th when a winning ticket was sold in Wisconsin. The next estimated mega millions jackpot is 20 million for Tuesday's drawing. Were, though to lucky Tickets in New York. They've got a cool million bucks matched five numbers. The first one was sold yet both of them sold in New York, the first one sold in Brooklyn at the Ebola market at at the the Mobil Mobil Gas Gas Station, Station, 2228 2228 Garretson Garretson Avenue. Avenue. And And the the other other million million dollar dollar tickets tickets sold sold in in Queens, Queens, Moonlight Moonlight Deli Deli Grocery, Grocery, 33, 33, 22, 22, 21st 21st Street Street and and Astoria. Astoria. So if you're in those areas or you bought your ticket in those areas you want to check to see if you want a million here. The numbers for 26 40 to 50 60 mega ball was 24
Mega Milions jackpot reaches $1 billion
"Winner of that gigantic lottery jackpot Won Michigan ticket matched all of the numbers in Friday night's mega Millions. Drawing are personally number tonight is 42 that followed by 26 up next we have 60. Your next number is 50 on your final white ball number is four. Now for the mega ball number that is 24 before those balls drop, the jackpot reached $1 billion, the third largest prize and U. S history, the mega millions drawing and came a couple of days after someone in Maryland matched all six numbers drawn, winning just over $731 million in the power ball game. Maryland allows winners to remain anonymous. Jennifer Keiper, CBS News
The $1 billion Mega Millions jackpot has a winner
"Next Mega millions drawing will be for $20 million. Jim Forbes explains why there's the $1 Billion winner of the second largest jackpot someone in Michigan has won the billion dollar mega millions jackpot. The mega Millions website says there was only one winner of Friday's jackpot, which would be the second largest in mega million's history and the third largest in U. S history. 10 other people match five of the six winning numbers to win at least a million dollars. The winning numbers again are 4 26 42. 2 50 60 with the mega ball
Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny
"A wave of protests rolling across Russia today, demonstrators demanding that opposition leader Lexie Navalny be released from jail. The bony was arrested last weekend after returning from Germany, where he was recovering from a poisoning he blames on the Kremlin. NPR's Lucy and Kim is in Moscow, where the main demonstration is being held. The first protests started in the Pacific port of Vladivostok, seven hours east of Moscow, despite warnings from authorities and a heavy police presence. People rallied in support of Alexei Navalny in provincial capitals such as Novosibirsk, Yakutsk and Ka Bar Aske, a city that has seen months of anti government protests since the summer. Activists are reporting arrests. Navalny is an anti corruption campaigner and protest leader who was barred from running against President Vladimir Putin in elections three years ago. After Navalny was jailed, his team released an investigation into a lavish palace allegedly built for Putin. It's been viewed more than 60 million times on YouTube since Tuesday. Lucian Kim. NPR NEWS
Hank Aaron, home-run-hitting baseball great, dead at 86
"Of baseball's all time? Great home run hitters hitters as as many many people people reflecting reflecting on on his his legacy, legacy, not not only only on on put put off off the the field, field, I I could could think think of of that. that. It It was was better better than than I I thought. thought. Hank Hank Aaron Aaron started started his his career career in in 1954 1954 at the beginning of the civil rights movement, 117 the truth, Dr. Ken Harris says his presence on the field pushed the equality message forward, saying that what they see is what they'll be, and that's one of the things Hank Aaron brought. Even after Aaron retired. His fight continued off the field, and he was able to show people that after baseball, you can actually take what you have. And leave a significant legacy. Melissa Barkley WTMJ News. Death of Hang Garin weighs heavy on many, including MLB commissioner emeritus Bud Seelig, he tells TMJ four news. He had a friendly relationship with Aaron that lasted more than 60 years. Remember saying to him not too long ago? This is what he said. Who would have imagined all those years ago? This is 1958 and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, by the way. That I a black kid from Mobile, Alabama with break Babe Ruth's home run record, and you, a Jewish kid from Milwaukee would become baseball commissioner. I've treasured our relationship ever since the legs that he considers Aaron to be the best baseball player of all time, sports
Person in Michigan wins Mega Millions' $1 billion jackpot
"Night's mega millions, drawing the jackpot hit $1 billion. CBS News correspondent Jennifer Caper has more the winning mega million's ticket was bought in Michigan, 40 to 26 60 54 gold may come on a 24 top prize has been growing since September 15th when a winning ticket was sold in Wisconsin, the next estimated mega millions jackpot is 20 million for Tuesday's drawing. Jennifer Keiper CBS
Person in Michigan wins Mega Millions' $1 billion jackpot
"Up next we have 60. Your next number is 50 on your final white ball number is four. Now for the mega ball number that is 24. Before those balls drop, the jackpot Reached $1 billion, the third largest Rise in U. S history. The mega millions drawing came a couple of days after someone in Maryland matched all six numbers drawn, winning just over $731 million in the power ball game. Maryland allows winners to remain anonymous, responded Jennifer Keiper there two tickets in New York State one in New Jersey, matched all five numbers. Just not the mega ball. Those folks want a cool million dollars.
Person in Michigan wins Mega Millions' $1 billion jackpot, 2nd-largest total ever
"Someone in Michigan has won the billion dollar mega millions jackpot. The mega Millions website says there was only one winner of Friday's jackpot, which was the second largest and mega million's history. Third largest in U. S history. 10 other people match five of the 6 20 numbers to win at least a million dollars. The winning numbers are 4 26 40 to 50 and 60. What the mega ball
$1 billion Mega Millions jackpot has a winner
"Ticket in Michigan, you might want to check it personally number tonight is 42 that followed by 26 up next we have 60. Your next number is 50 on your final white ball number is four. Now for the mega ball number that is 24. There is one winning ticket bought in Michigan with the jackpot that reached $1 billion Friday night follows by just a couple of days $731 million Powerball drawing in which there was one winner winning ticket in Maryland. This is
"60 g" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Heroes. Return of injuries has core the flayed and ringo But it was pretty hit and miss and tell in isolation model. Lada quaker appearances. I mean most of them were probably when reprints for release collecting issues that he may have appeared him vendors or something like you were saying like does offenders heroes return issues. I mean yeah. He's there i mean i'm glad he's there but a lot of is just back back with a background character but he does easy had him be one of the characters. They heard the call. Yes yes yes. And i think that's spot on you know being in a great deal. The what the call was about was the who admits it which and democratic what we got hawkeye in. Thunderbolts was awesome so yeah it was but after the maximum. No what was what. What was the crossover jerry. Ordway did the art Earth turned into a prison planet. Long run maximum security or something maximum security. Yeah and he actually actually saves the day there in has be exiled off the planet or reasons because he gets a giant ego. You're for sure. I mean because we ego again in the nova run. I'm not sure it was really ever dealt with. I mean eventually he dizon. Yeah and maybe that's when he got released. I don't know yeah. That's a strange does come back to earth during the war i think and and and he's okay at that point. I don't remember that we'll get there eventually. I'd say probably between the end of this issue up until what annihilation. I mean so many different hands deal with quasar like something would happen and no one else who picked acted pick it back up over earth but we got forty really really really good issues and we got plenty know the most good solid okay issues. There was some one offs here and there weren't necessarily that great star blast was them trying. Something you know didn't are as i said your arm. Jack armchair quarterbacking the entire thing. But i mean the the infinity. Worst stop like i remember reading somewhere. Like someone's like get grew was like you know they tormo yet kinda like kill off. Quasar infinity finicky war. And he's like. I did that and cosmos a collision. I gotta do again like like fifteen issues later. Well of course. It did lead to the white room with his indica guardians of the galaxy. Got the the repeal of star hawks parents which is pretty cool all right out. No one will ever get back to the weight room. So will the white room with what. Why kurt jets so anything else. Gentleman warman for portal. Something out sade say his last words sixteen issues five years. Some run yeah. I was looking at You lots of people like that out quasar. He only had a book as everybody had a book in the nineties. Like first off now second all. There's very few series. And i'm not don't forget that screwy. Legend you know. Legacy numbering series began series ended. There were not a series that lasted sixty issues or more for moral period. I mean jessica drew's original series only lasted fifty under-strength. What twenty four. I think. I don't believe i mean you're looking at like spectacular spider man which was one hundred hundred ten spiderman. Yeah i mean just weren't a lot of series of lasted sixty plus issues and silvio puts him up there in my mind eat. He headlined a series for sixty issues in. Not many characters done that now. He's not wandering headlining. Eight issues.
"60 g" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Or maybe app numbering where they left star. Master's left baugh five issues and number three silver or or was it. Dr masters wraparound cover Yes we continued into this and then number five. Yeah and then after that. I mean really. Didn't see what much quasar i mean. There's guardians of the galaxy issues. We covered but then after that. I mean really didn't seem to what after Here's reborn yeah. It was When wade was writing. Or i think with mike wearing go as the artists because they had to gladys story and chrysler showed up for that think now that was after heroes reborn too so yeah as far as heroes. Well okay proponent he would have showed up in heroes return india vendors. Yes yeah Looks like Tannin nihil was the right gelian and been. I think was one of the newer characters. I don't remember if he was a squirrel squirrel inning to not be scrawled hand out things. We'll get through them right. Oh code you have more related number one forty.
"60 g" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Resist. I'll even thought my protective aura. Now my daughter your mind let them have it easy out. Couple bands dropping. He's a we disintegrated him. Must have you could not have teleported away without the quantum bands. We've avenged the kale ways. You stick in murderers of christ. They blinked out. Dark horse burst with darkstars disappearance. Her doom evaporates to reveal s. Noha fully the warriors of injury spent four. This thirty bucks blackout didn't go unnoticed. Quasars jumped by two super yahoos was dark star the other thing quasar presence. I'm not sure. But i think they disintegrated it. They took his power bands. And blip tall blonde punk collie gallo is coming to their did. Is it possible. The outermost edge of earth's atmosphere quantum jump blew a hole in the ozone. But i guess there could have been a whole lot more damage. the Continued hate having the leave like this with everyone thinking i'm dead but if anyone on earth knows i'm alive. Presence may read read his mind and make good on valid goff my family sure hope that duplicates of quantum bands at fashioned out of corn amaechi up to his inspection their nonfunctional course but maybe presence amazed at the blast. They gave me burnt them out or something. Better not look back. Get as far away from here as i can. So there's no detecting me. Earth should be in good hands with guys like nova ready ready and able to step in. I don't think about how will be missed goodbye planet. This native son is leaving your nest for good. Please everyone you. Well don't think badly of me. I didn't succeed in everything i set out to do. I tried my best. What more could i do. Saas ends this chapter in the saga earth's cosmic champion. Wendell fawn whether elvis one of gilbert and lisa von extra agent exa vendor former protege of eon appointed protector of the universe. Next chapter will be written in the stars later admitted project i guess in that they should form editor chief. Yeah they wouldn't have the letters pages. I don't know group had a short little message at the end of the centers page painting up the right mark room said it pains me right this but this is the last issue for the foreseeable future or ever low sale loose sales nemesis of all comic books could impact if finally seen and not even a cross with the f. f. name orca pause out of the nosedive. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all the fantastic pence slurs. I've worked with on the series. Paul ryan mike manley great pulo. Andy smith steve. Lionel grant my mom. John bank a bunch of soldiers including danny Of candelaria ralph cabrera in aaron mcclellan and especially my two series long stall stalwarts letter janisch and colors. Paul becton for hanging in there with me. You guys are the best. I had a blast brady in this series. And i think i managed to turn on a whopping good yarn here and there as well as providing an alternative to all the attitude heavy hero so prevalent these days a five year. One run quite respectable in this day and age. I'd say those of you who are still regular readers. I thank you very much for your continued support and direct you to look to the next issue box. The end of this page cheap cosmic. My friends markelov like them. Well when we're Before return on your next issue box says there is no next issue however quasar will return as one seventh of a new team of cosmos busters known as the star fighters later this year. are not happy not quite to be in the in this neck. They weren't seven on that team. Though i don't remember i'd have to look up. Star masters store masters. I showed up. They i show up in cosmic powers unlimited and then go into the stairmaster series was did that show i think wasn't star masters like two or three issues and then it jumped at cosmic powers the the order of it. Yeah i'd have to. I'd have to look but yeah because it was just wasn't quasar beta ray bill silver surfer..
"60 g" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"You will find our family and gilda sergei Happy go lucky up. Issue huck heads up. And meanwhile back in new york city next stop for freedom plaza thirteenth floor to kiss. Come flying up to the window headquarters. Von tanaka security consultants that my closest friend can realize they made a full name change. I mean quasar. Wow what are you doing here. As quasar fillon brenna or go into suspect. You're the company founder doesn't matter anymore can kayla's law coming back. I lost her on on an alien world. And there's nothing i can do about family calls a year every once awhile i tell them. Don't worry i'll see them before i go. I'm leaving for good this time. Ten brenna phil. If ken hired you. I know you must be the best. Take good care of the company. I wish i had. I had the chance to get to know you better or all me to goodbye. Buddy take care of yourself. I e to family. Well i best be whoa nova star of his own monthly book. Plug width yeah. He must've work around here. Something i see him up and around a lot by doing work. Scenic couldn't be bothered to. Shell smartglass i think he's a delivery occurs his own book so then we see quasar school up a couple of floors. I don't know him all that. Well i'll spare him a farewell. But i really wanted to say goodbye depending on the fantastic four. I'm here polo torch. I'm not here for fight. I want to talk to ben alien thing. I mean this is your first call. How do you not know ben is. The one hot stuff was made in pitcher. You stop it though. Note aside He around right now. he's out insane goal. Is it Up the flair notes on urgent. Just tell myself buying sent high and you got it should re attacks now no not with other agreements about we can afford to be patient unloved. The color of his bubbles changes getting serious so that he does seem fine over avengers mansion. Which looks like offenders bunker in these days. There's a mentioned i don't really wanna say goodbye to anybody said captain i wanna say happened america. Probably probably don't even know half the team these days but hey the black widows finally shown up somewhere i'll call and see if he's there of interested. Were speaking of interesting quarters. Black widow speaking miss romanoff. I was expecting. Peggy carter surprise. I didn't know you're still even still even had your community has the afternoon off. I need to talk to camp there vision. I can a patch you through wizard. How you doing son okay. I just wanted to tell you that. I was leaving earth. Maybe for good. This time. And i well. I have to say goodbye to view. You always been an inspiration to me. And i just wanted to make sure that i told you. Hear a good man. Quit wendell one of the best. The vendors i've known. I'm proud to call you my friend and secret waving tears away. Man's probably in person probably start the wall. He know what a total was. I was there is again. Father now await for my signal and hey there's spider man. We were never that close. You know just shared one marvel team up in one quail seven. Oh an spelled out in a web of spiderman marvel number five. Oh yeah. I just don't always remember the more of a one thirteen for some reason. Yep babies first comic my feeling like a bowl of rhinos. What's your hassle. Not tingling in new orleans. I it wasn't him. I know hassle man. I was just coming over to say. Hi yourself again. Another superhuman would have another superhuman have intruded yet. Wait until he is out of the hut bit of super humanity. Take care of yourself. Spidey that about really trying to tell me the upstate. New york upstate. New york project pegasus. I can say goodbye to both squadron and kismet all at one. stop.
"60 g" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Cape some lunatics family. Oh stop remember when a message that day. I think i mentioned it the secret. Say something. i'm like oh god. I'm pretty sure i'm like you know puts instagram. What was the official press release. I guess so. Yeah you can look forward to many Future episodes recipe guys. I'm sorry hang on. I haven't been sleeping. What are you talking about this. Hang remember the last time we talked to ray and you know you know finn was sick. It's going to be senio. yeah Scary man it's survivable. It's hard but it don't expect a lot of sleep in the first couple months. We all off all right. You got this you got the next. Thanks try. I'm gonna do a preemptive hang to be right back because i to get the plug for my laptop free unprofessional but hang on your kid. Human remember his his power cord. We're waiting on him to come back anything. Good this week Not yet will tuesday nights. So that yeah. Getting comics camario Lastly small well kind of a small leak last week. There's still teasing us with that spider-man's stuff you know. Or are they going to read through the marriage thing or you know. hurry osborne's back from hell wherever the osbournes come from win was that story. What the undoing. All the marriage. Oh one more day either. One word was at the end of two thousand seven so it's pretty much. It's almost to the day like thirteen years ago. Wow you know as i thanks very much jordan fan. You know took ten years to come back so there you go. Well oh yeah did you. See the whole. Dc thing now. With tom i guess they came out today. And i'll get. It's more that dark dark nights at death. Metal seven came out. Then i guess. I've heard the rumors. But i guess now it's much as day. Multi-diverse can be an adverse so anything and everything goes there could be multiple earth wines and any anything in dc continuity ever read from action comics number one until now alec. It's all fair game now. I guess it all happened diverse. That means the new universes in their new universes in there that needs impact comics value. I'm just waiting. I'm just waiting. Warner's helped is the let this. I'm telling you man isn't needs to see. I mean think about it. I mean i want my happening in the secret of vendors book come on i don't even know marvel has made billions and billions of dollars x. Off of the of the comments. Why can't i mean. The operating budget of marvel comics has to be like a rounding error on one of the marvel movies right. Yeah.
"60 g" Discussed on Breakfast Connect
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"60 g" Discussed on Breakfast Connect
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"60 g" Discussed on Darknet Diaries
"When I make a really cool half or anything like that aside from the people online I see happiness kind of an addiction. I'm just as much addicted to hacking as I ever was addicted to any drugs or anything like that. I'll never stop hacking. The actually the only reason I'm looking for full time job is because I miss working with the team. I just want to have a little bit of structure to my day so that I'm not just like I sit around bored out of my mind a lot and there's only so much xbox you can play an online games and stuff you can play before. Even they get worn. Tommy did in fact recently get a job with one of the biggest banks in the. Us doing research on the threats. They see their. He applied interviewed. They liked him. He passed got the job and start day in January but when they ran a background check on him. They got worried and so they decided not to bring him on board. And this was a bummer. Since another reason he wants a day job is to prove to his dad that he's doing good work. I think you'll be Happier then I'll still be doing my book boundaries and stuff but I'll have what he sees in his eye as a real job. Okay so if Tommy story is inspiring to you you can get started. Earning money finding bugs too. And this is what Tommy suggests you do to get started. Just doing hacker WANNA ONE DOT com. Which is Kinda of like Hacker University where it's captured the flags and stuff to show you some real world. Examples of things that bug hunters abound to give you like hands on experience. Doing pen tester labs. I always suggest when somebody asks me where to start is reading. Every blog post you can find from hunters about what they found in everything. So it gives you an idea lasting. I asked Tommy former criminal if he has any advice for the next generation who might be thinking of trying on that black hat A. It's not worth doing the stuff illegally. Thanks to Edward Snowden leaks back in two thousand thirteen. We know that everything we do online is monitored by the US government and anybody. That thinks that they can do things illegally and get away with it is mistaken. Anybody that has been doing things illegally and has gotten away with it. It's it's only because they haven't wanted to look at to yet but they can. They're the you're not gonNA hide yourself completely. Everybody makes mistakes and the amount of money that you can make doing. This legally far outweighs the the money. You're gonNA make illegally his. I mean if you're good enough to do this as a black cat. You're good enough to do this as a white hat in you can make life changing money doing it. Just before airing this episode. Tommy attended the H. One four one five hacking event. This is a nine hour hacker. Thon put on by hacker one in San Francisco and the goal is to see how many bug bounties can be claimed within nine hours. A bunch of people showed up. Tommy went and he was finding bug after bug and reporting them and within the nine hours given for the event he earned one hundred and one thousand dollars which gave him the coveted m. v. h. Most Valuable Hacker. I get a little jealous listening to the story because I was one of those people who did everything right. I've never been arrested for hacking. I never went to prison. I went to university and got a computer science degree and then I spent ten years working as security engineer. I mean nothing close to a million dollars yet. Here's Tommy breaking all the rules and getting scarred again and again failing repeatedly and still coming out not just okay but with all the toys but I guess it just reminds me of that fast and furious. Quote no happens no few days one of the things every noses. It's not standby ratio bet. Learn.
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"Can finish the book in just fifteen minutes. You can read it on your tablet phone or in a browser books like how to make friends and influence people in the four hour workweek. But I think you'd like these other books like the robots are for sucked. Or who can you trust? And if you still don't have time to sit down and read for fifteen minutes check this out you can also listen to the shortened audiobook version. Bleakest really slick and save so much time you get unlimited access to read or listen to a massive library of condensed nonfiction books all the books you want for one low price right now for a limited time. Pelinka's has a special offer just for you go to blink dot com slash dark net and try it free for seven days and save twenty five percents off your new subscription. That's blinking spelled B. L. I. N. K. I S. T. BLINKING DOT com slash. Dark Net. To Start Your Free seven-day trial and you'll get twenty five percents off. But only when you sign up at blink first dot com slash dot net creative dot com outy Kenwood Acer high schooler doggie was still hunched over his monitor wearing a black hat and defacing website after website. Xerox Packard. Bill COMPACT THREE COM. Doing all he could before he turned eighteen which was an adult in the eyes of the law so turned eighteen in November of two thousand. One actually stopped talking for a few weeks. Then I got bored against or started doing it again. I have consistently until June twelve of two thousand and two in the year two thousand two June eleventh that night a million black too at just come out in theaters so that night before I went to bed. I downloaded men in black. Two plan was I was going to go to work the next day and then I was gonna come home from work early. Smoke weed with my sister violet calling the CIA forget the FBI and we were going to watch that movie. He got out of work for the same reasons. He wanted to get out of school so he could go play in this case to play in illegally downloaded movie so he goes home to his apartment with a sister and they watch men in black two but the real men in black were knocking on his door. I went to push the door open but it was yanked open in front of me and an M16 was in my face so there was somewhere between twenty and thirty agents inside of my apartment My sister was sitting on my couch. Cry My dad was standing in the living room next to her And just like when he saw me walk through the door he just looked at me and shook his head. They took everything in the House that was related to computers All floppy disk any CD. That was in there. Every computer every computer component every piece of paper that had notes handwritten on them. We'll is going. I mean what was your emotional level at that point. Were you like freaking out about this? Or how? How are you feeling I was? I was scared shitless at the time because I was an adult at that point and I was on probation still for the hacking and bomb threat two years before once again. They took all his electronics and computers. He had two weeks before his court date. This is. I've got two weeks of freedom. They're going to lock me up in two weeks so I was like screw it. I'm just going to have fun and do whatever so. I spent two weeks racing used to street race on Star spent two weeks street racing. going to the beach not hanging out with as many. My friends could trying to sleep with as many different girls as I could now. Nineteen years old black hat. Hacker Tommy Devos. Dougie stands in front of a judge. Two weeks later hats. Were not allowed in court. I ended up pleading guilty in October. Two thousand three to one count of violating the CFO for breaking into a computer system. That controls interstate commerce I had broken into a website called Bank Colo B. A. N. K. C. O. L. DOT COM and defaced the website and turns out it was for the Colorado Bank and Trust Company Yeah messing with a banking website was probably a bad move. I mean they're federally regulated and insured which means that crimes involving a bank are probably going to be investigated by federal law enforcement. The judge asked me to stand up and he looked at me and he said Mr Moss. I do not believe that you're sorry for anything that you've done. I think the only reason that you are showing any remorse whatsoever is because of the fact that you got caught. He ended up sending me to twenty seven months in federal.
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"A quick warning right here at the beginning this episode does contain some swear words and some bad language. If that's an issue for you well maybe skipped us one fates Jack hosted the show one of the reasons I like making this show is to smash the stereotype of what a hacker looks like in. Today's guest definitely does that. I don't know I'm trying to food. Understand get a picture of your here. You're almost like You almost look like eminem not quite but you know. What do you call it? What would you characterize yourself actually used to take a lot of pride in the fact that I don't like the average actor I guess what you what most people would say. I was was doomed. The term wigger. Yeah W. H. I. G. G. R. White Guys that dressed like black guys. Listen to rap music and stuff like that but first time in prison and up until that point I guess that's technically what most people would see me as like were baggy clothes. Saggy pants backwards hat and everything like that got tattoos. Pain is both from a job rule song on the back of my head. I got The laugh now and cry later. Faces these tattoos. He got while in prison. So am I right by set by put Over tribal looking space that Saddam was smiling. It said laugh now and then on my left side I had a face that was crying and it said cry later. Federal prison in federal prison. We all have prison numbers. And the last three digits of your numbers show where you were arrested and my number was three eight one. Four one dash zero eight three zero eight threes eastern district of Virginia P-. This is Dougie and his story. Perplexes me because of Stuffy says like October Eighteenth. Two thousand a team. I was paid a hundred and sixty thousand dollars in that one day. So what did he do to make a hundred and sixty thousand dollars in one day well? He's a hacker these true stories from the dark side of the Internet. I'm Jack reciter. This is dark. Diaries.
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"Get asked sometimes service families. Look when is this going to end. Is it ever come up. Yes yes yes. He told US something like one in three people in his State of Virginia are connected to the military so he does get that question a lot and the truth is we all WanNa vj day we need it in so seven days after that Senate Armed Services Committee hearing President Obama. It is a great honour gave a speech to return to the national all Defense University. We seem to say basically. It's time this war like all wars must end. That's what history advisors met is why I intend to engage Congress about the existing authorization to use military force or basically announces that he would like to get rid of those sixty words. And in this war. But Common Sense tells you that these are Different kinds of enemy not a state or government they just they make war in a different way senator McCain has a great line he goes look. We're in an age of warfare where the war isn't GonNa end with the signing of a peace treaty on the deck of destroy. That's not how it happens these days. There's no clear start and ending and yet the president he wants wants to end the war says Benda's every war has come to an end. He sees himself as a person who came in to a country fighting two wars hours and he brought them all to an end. I think he wants to have done that. But how how do you how do you do that. How do you end a war when the vast amount the people that you are calling the enemy has stopped fighting so what he does? America cannot in the May speech and it's extremely clever and and by the way it's really well lawyer D- is. He announces a set of rules. Going forward for drone strikes America does not take strikes to punish rush individuals. We Act Against Harris who pose a continuing an imminent threat to the American people that he's only US drone strikes. When there's an imminent throwback Iraq? It's well understood by people who understand this kind of stuff that in the constitution and also international law. The president is allowed to act unilaterally laterally in self defense when there is an imminent threat. Meaning it's urgent and you can't feasibly capture. That person. Ben Fears fears that what President Obama was doing there by stressing that word an imminent threat to the American people is that he was laying a new foundation. You saying when the AF ends and I wanted to end I do have another way of justifying all these things maybe they wouldn't change so the drone strikes rates would would continue as long as you have patience enough understanding of what the word imminent means. You might be able to continue a whole lot of this stuff. And then you don't have to go to Congress at all and you can say you've ended the war and the human rights groups will cheer cheer for you and we're going to mysteriously find that there are a whole lot of imminent threats for free. Thank do you worry much everybody. God bless you. God bless the United States.
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"Hello this is David from Berlin. Bread lab is supported in part by the Alfred P Sloan Foundation enhancing public understanding of science and technology in the modern world. More information about Sloan. WWW dot sloan dot org kay. I'm Jaboomer Gabum Ron. I'm Robert Krulwich. This is radio lab today. We've devoted the Intel. We're continuing to devote the entire show to a single sentence. One sentence sixty words that's all. Oh it's the two thousand and one authorizations military force was signed into law on September eighteenth two thousand one and together with Buzzfeed and reported Gregory. Johnson we have we have manhandled these words. We have dissected we have bisected try and whatever other kind of selected you respected who the a U. M. F. as it's called. Yes and and you know we've looked at how the the the Senate has defined the last twelve years of counter-terrorism. Now How would define our future gentlemen. Thank you for being here today. This is a very soon when we were thinking about that. Senate Armed Services Committee hearing. We ended up calling someone who sat on the committee. Tim Kaine senator from Virginia. And who was there that day. Yeah that was a that was a very the Kind of hair-raising. Day and Senator Kaine told us that. One of the most hair-raising moments for him was when one of his fellow senators. Lindsey Graham asked one of the Department of Defense officials officials do agree with the war against radical Islam or tear. Whatever description like to provide will go on after the second term of President Obama in other words how long you think this particular war as declared him the section is going to go on then in my judgment this is going to go on for quite a while and yes beyond beyond the Turks second term of the president and beyond this term Congress? Yes Sir I think it's at least ten.
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"Do you do it. And unfortunately for us they're going to get into that on this call for multiple methods. But I'M NOT GONNA go into that. He said he couldn't comment on any of it. Because it's classified. But Harold Coe is a creative Dan Kleinman who spoke with a lot of people familiar with the process. OSSIS CO in particular had a fascinating way of determining who is and is not associated force in other words. We are aren't at war with and it seems to be less about the groups as a whole and more about individuals within the group for example Seniority that was an important issue for Co.. If you're going to target a guy. He has to be a senior senior member of group like Al Qaeda right. Yes be able to give orders. And he has to be unique within the organization. You couldn't simply under Herald coast theory. Go after say a driver or a cook who was in Al Qaeda or even split soldiers because they were fungible meaning. They could be easily replaced and other criteria was whether they were externally oriented for Co if they were just participants in civil war you couldn't target them but if they were targeting targeting Westerners or Western interests than yes. So if you take Dan Clyde men's account of Harold Coz criteria as representative and and we personally have nowhere verifying it but if you take that as the norm then maybe there is a strong vetting process in place but I interviewed numerous people who participated dissipated in these meetings and one of the things that I heard over and over again was that there was this kind of inexorable momentum toward killing and that the military people in these meetings could speak with kind of a tone of do or die urgency. In fact. Two of the people who I quote in my book used Used exactly the same metaphor to describe that sense of momentum. That was very difficult to resist. It was like standing on a train track with a train train hurtling toward them at a hundred miles an hour. Now then I guess like the question for me is like how often do they say no well. The Answer Attribute Ninety Nine Times yes one time no or fifty times yes in fifty times know. How many knows are there? Well Look I say I did not come across Many many examples but he did tell us about this one instance. This was a meeting between the top lawyer at the Defense Department. And a man named I'm Jay Johnson and the top lawyer at the State Department who was then Heraldo Herald Co and according to dance sources. Harold Cohen J. Johnson were faced with determining the fate fate of a forty year old man. Roughly forty named Shaef Move Robo. I think that's the way Name I'm not sure. He's a member of these smalley group. Al Shabaab ROB and for Context World Cup celebrations of turn to tragedy in the Central African nation of Uganda. A few months before this conversation this is in two thousand ten L.. Shebab AH bombed a rugby club. Any restaurant at the same time in Uganda. Killing seventy four people broken chairs smashed tables and the sounds of pain as rescuers you search for the living and the dead so that just happened and according to Dan Kleinman at this moment in intelligence circles there was a debate raging as to whether Al Shebab should or should not be considered an associated force at the time. Their leader had sworn allegiance to Osama bin Laden but their agenda and was primarily a local agenda. They had never struck out against the United States or against American interests in the region. So you've got the top up lawyer. The State Department and the top lawyer at the Pentagon facing off as to whether this fellow Robo from Al Shabaab should live or die and how does work does somebody just like someone pound on the table. Yes this was. This was a very heated meeting. Jay Johnson argued vehemently that Robo was covered under the maf- he was after all a founding member of Al Shabaab Herald Co vehemently disagreed Herald coast conclusion based on the evidence and the intelligence that he saw aw was that Robo was not externally focused in fact he belonged to a faction of El Shabaab. That was arguing against attacking the United States and other Western interests still according to collide men these two men went back and forth and back and forth until eventually herald co just drew a hard line and essentially said. Look if you do this you need to know that you will. We'll be doing it over the unambiguous objections of the state. Department's legal adviser the unambiguous mood. And that's very strong language coming from A lawyer and the signal that it sent to the White House was you'll be taking military action. Even though the top floor of the state's Barna said that this would be an illegal action. So what happened. Did they decide not to. They did not do it. Not Academic. It's it's Lives depend on which way the decision goes.
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"Oh my God. It was not quite what I expected in a memorial service but the second Speaker Reverend by the name of Nathan Baxter got got up and he gave a reading from Jeremiah. Thirty one ancient. Israel's suffered excruciating pain and tragedy Ajeti of militant aggression and destruction hearing that all over again takes me right back there and I remember voices heard in Raimo amending I think I'm better weeping Ping Rachel weeping for her children for her children when he spoke. That's when to me was the memorial Oriole. And then he he started to pray for the healing of our grief stricken hearts for the souls and sacred memory memory of those who have been lost and he said something that really struck Barbara Lee but us also pray for divine unwisdom as we as we act. We've not become the evil. We deplore that evil. We deplore when he sat became very. It was the sense of peace and calm. Came over me Barbara Lee says it was right then she knew what she do clerk report. The title astroid resolution sixty four joined resolution to authorize the use of United States. Armed later that evening the house opens up. Its debate on the speaker. I rise is supported. This resolution which authorizes the president to use all force necessary in Congress. Person Congress Mr Speaker stands up. I rise in support report. This resolution arise tonight to fully endorse and authorized the use of force one. After another speaker I rise in support of the authorization a high-rise today and supported this resolution. We will rally behind our president. Sixteen interro until Joe from California's Recognized for minute and a half we get to. I believe Mr Speaker members. Iran's today really with a very heavy heart one that is filled with sorrow for the families and the loved ones who were killed an injured this week only the most foolish and the most counts would not understand the grief that has really gripped our people and millions across worry. I have agonized over this vote but I came to grips with it today and I came to grips with with opposing this resolution during the very painful yet very beautiful memorial service as a member of the clergy Alergy so eloquently said as we can't let us not become the evil that we deplore just after the vote Barbara Lee says she was in the cloakroom again and she starts getting accosted by colleagues. All of these friends are coming up to her. And saying you've got to go back you you cannot vote this way brought changing my vote one of them actually I said to her look you've done so much. HIV You've done so much on AIDS this vote is going to take you out. Think of the bigger picture. They're saying you're dead. Yeah but that's the right vote. I'M NOT GONNA GIVE ANY President Authority to go to war and we don't know what we're doing. Only Congress can declare war helped me on this guys has the house. Vote Okay houses just now finished that. Vote in We see one no vote during the final vote for the House was four hundred twenty two one. We know it's a democrat. We don't yet know who we'll figure that out now. Now Barbara Lee was the only person in the Senate or the House to cast a no vote. That must've been very lonely. Moment it to be perfectly honest with you. I said some prayers for my friend. This was the right thing to do. And you know votes like this. You have to be ready to to pay the consequences over the next few weeks months. Her office was inundated with letters Farley. You're a traitor in a disgrace to the office. That you hold you can find all these letters archived at Mills College. You are a blade on American society the terrorist yourself so much hatred. I don't know why you decided hi to place yourself into the camp of terrorist. Attacks came and they came in the Canes Headline Death Threats off to hell with you you Benedict Arnold one means security day and night. Thanks for supporting the towpath. Hey Henry Poparelli what are you what you believe in if you go to Mills College in Oakland and we sent reporter there You will find sixty thousand letters. They're not all but most are a congressman Lee says she never faltered because right after the vote and she was in her office. My Dad called me lieutenant. Colonel Retired in the army. He said I'm really proud of you. And my dad had been in Korea and World War Two okay and he he sees that the way I see it because I really wasn't sure what he was saying. Because you know I really wasn't sure she thought all right daddy daddy proud of me now. I should note that barley is still a congresswoman. She did not pay the price for that. No vote and whatever you think of of her vote whether whether you think it was the right thing to do with the wrong thing to do what is interesting to me. Is that as we're sitting here looking back on twelve years of war. She was sitting there twelve years ago looking forward and maybe she saw something about how this would play out. But how these these words the sixty words would start to grow and expand.
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"Drizzle. Who's actually raining that day? No at that Moment Barbara League. She hadn't decided how it what is that she was going to vote. I struggled with it for the previous two nights twelfth and thirteenth. She stayed up late calling back to advisors to friends in California. We talked every day including this guy. This is Ron Dellums. I serve four with twenty seven years in the US House of Representatives by were used to be his chief of staff and when he resigned signed she won his congressional seat. You know she would say well. What about this in? What do you think about that? And we kinda talked through the emotional state of the country that ah we are feeling pain. Anger were shocked. Both Barbara and Ron were trained as psychiatric social workers so they both knew that when a person this feeling all of those things. It's generally better to do nothing. Yeah psychology one. Oh one you don't make decisions when your morning afraid on the other hand. I believe in unity to I WANNA be unified with the president when the country's under attack I understood needn't tell me didn't say which way I should vote but I did say to her Barbara however you vote. I will always respect. You always be friend. You always be family so at that moment with the memorial memorial service about to start in a few hours till the house. Vote Barbara Lee was at the capitol. I was in the cloak room in since she wasn't sure how she was going to vote. She planned to skip the memorial service. She wanted to stay I she wanted to think. And then I don't know what it was may have been the spirit move in me. I don't know but at the very last minute. She was drinking actually can of Ginger Ale at the time. I think I'm going to go and I just ran out. I probably was the last one on the bus. I had the candidate Ginger Ale in my hand and ran down the steps and got on the bus. She got to the Cathedral. The House buses arrived about thirty minutes or so before the opening and so for for thirty minutes. It's she's in the Cathedral about halfway back listening to the Oregon thinking about the families in those who were killed there are people around onto who are sort of whispering the pain and anguish a few people who are crying. I said I got to pray over this and she's just wrestling with their vote. Her heart is saying one thing. This is too broad and her head is saying unity. How is it that you can be against the president at this point? Speaking of the president eventually President Bush takes the podium. We are here in the middle. Our of our grief just three days removed from these events. Americans do not yet have the distance of history but our responsibility to history is already clear to answer these attacks and rid the world of evil and then as soon as President Bush steps down everyone in the congregation stands hands up and they they sing the battle hymn of the republic which is a very powerful very moving piece of music. But it's not the sort of thing that is typically Sung Songa memorial service. It's A. It's a very forward and almost aggressive sounding in has the phrase terrible swift sword. Yeah.
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"His face. You just you no one else can make whether other projections systems being used or was this like in every single sport only thing that could do big projections then till the ninety s there were like crt projections which just had like two TV inside. Basically I could tell that then shot out the three colors but they couldn't get any bigger than some certain size before the scan lines or whatever. We're too big fan. So if you saw like a big live projection before the ninety S. That's probably what it was assumes far as I can tell I think that they had some. Led stuff that they were doing before. The ninth Okay I'm old enough now. That like what I when I like went to sports games when I was a kid did if they use steps dust now still be like. What is this trash in? You're like this is amazing you can look at the replays on on the jumbotron all TV stuff. I could you watch sports on disarray. God Yeah so so much better now. Thanks technology now. We can enjoy Joyce sports better. Sarah can you beat the Edo for the shelby. Electric Company in Shelby. Ohio was a manufacturing company that was established in eighteen eighteen ninety six and went out of business in nineteen twelve so they didn't last very long but when they were still operational they made light bulbs out of hand blown glass and specifically they. They made incandescent bulbs which running electric current through a metal filament so that glows and produces heat lamp light and then the glass keeps oxygen from reaching the wire so doesn't oxidized and break down and the shelby. Electric Company made a variety of bulbs including a sixty watt model with a carbon containing. Filament made by a secret process nowadays as bulbs have tungsten filaments which is a conductor but this mysterious carbon dormant semiconductor and also eight times thicker than modern lightbulbs. Okay the reason why this company is important. Because there's something called the centennial light which is a light bulb that has been basically continuously lit up since June nineteen o one over one hundred. Eighteen eighteen years is located in livermore California and maintained by the Fire Department. And you can watch it on a livestream lit up. It had a million hours Chris Party in two thousand one. Because it's been lit up for so long besides like weird power outages per like one time when someone was watching the stream and they were like the light bulb went now. I thought it was broken but it was actually like a generator that messed up. Not Getting power. Yeah Selena flipping this switch on and off when they leave okay now so it's still on. It's instead of sixty watts which is like the estimated. Start output of it. It's at about four watts now. Very dim nine light. Why is it decreasing brightness Miss? I'm no idea something to do with like the decay of the universe may be studied this to be like. Why is this lightbulb on for so long studied studied similar models and I couldn't understand why so there there might be some ideas like the semiconductor material? But that's where my understanding physics gets Whibley and some people are just like it could be a manufacturing fluke because these light bulbs are all hand blown like something about the combination of the metal and the glass like just made the Super Bowl but also another contributing factor is something called planned obsolescence. which is the sort of stuff? Conspiracy theories are made of big light bulb so companies like GE Philips Phillips. Tokyo Electric. Germany's AUSE Rahm Frances. Coming Need Dave Lumps or beautiful beautiful.
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"It was one point. Three percent ultimately really. Nobody got a point for that. And you don't get to go first. Yes and so bad. That's true. Well okay. I thought she gets a picnic. Nick Yeah you WANNA pick. Oh I get Yeah Nago I. During the Apollo Program there were if you think of the image of the Apollo Program's a bunch of people all sitting in a room. It's the sixties looking up at a big screen that has a live image of the astronauts wandering around in space and projected onto it. But how the heck did they get that that big picture up there because crt projectors which are the type of projectors with the red green and blue lenses couldn't project that big like Tube Sup- TV's couldn't get that big there were foam projectors but they weren't like printing this live footage onto film right laying out really big. So how did they do it. The answer Sir is the Edo four which is a high quality live image projector invented in the early forties by Fritz Fischer who is a Swedish physicist and like basically weekly everything invented before things when digital was super complicated Super Weird and use physics and wild ways to solve problems that we just make computers. Do now so how it worked. I was a live video. Feed was fed into an electron gun which translated the image into an electron beam. And then they would shoot the beam onto a mirror that had a one micron thick coating of oil so the electrons hit the oil and they would deform though ill so like. Let's say at the black and white image. Each little gradient gradient between black and white would hit and deform it a little bit differently so the more wider was the more would deform the oil then a light shined onto the mirror and wherever the electrons hit the oil. The light would been just enough to get past this barrier inside of between the light and the Lens every bit of light the hit a part of the oil that was deformed uh-huh bounce just barely enough that could get between the cracks in this barrier. They're like little cracks in the barrier and everything that is bounced straight off hit the barrier so that became. Hey Mike the Black and the image while this is happening the mirror was rotating because once the oil got hit by the electrons. It couldn't be hit again. 'CAUSE already bend up. So there was a squeegee that it would rotate under that would smooth the oil back out. So that the electron beam could shoot it. How often I think somebody said it rotated? Once every twenty four hours was g the MIR would do one full rotation. Oh so it was like really really slow really big and really slow because I guess the electrons were making really tiny dense. Trans are tiny sliver. Got No one thing so all this was happening in a climate controlled vacuum chamber Berg because the oil had to be just exactly the right temperature and the electrons had to be in a vacuum to and to do color. You'd have threes all lined up perfectly shooting at the same time Each one cost two million dollars about and they broke if anything went wrong with the oil. You had to like take the whole thing apart Henry Oil and do all kinds of stuff to it and they weighed literally one ton but they could do huge live projections our like forty fifty feet and they were super bright way brighter than anything else at the time so they were used used in sports stadiums concert venues theaters everywhere from the forties until the ninety s digital projectors invented and there are lots of people talking about them on forums and stuff but as far as anybody knows aren't any of them left that are operational and they're redoing right now the control room at the for the Apollo Program. But they're not redoing those they're just using digital projection. So it's like a totally dead technology. How hard is it? Do something one micron on thick like is the should. I be impressed that they were able to do this fortis well especially that they could squeak they add like Ligi on at one micron thick once the little of it was made made that it is stay there and stayed there until it got squeezed. You'd off okay. So yes wiping off the oil or is it like a man knocks where you smooth it over sandbox okay so a human hair is about seventy five microns across. Oh Mary small. You're not cooking on this disc not enough oil uh-huh probably a mineral oil is would be my guess. Not Yeah I think it was like proprietary. I couldn't figure out I think only this dudes company Anthony was making them so I'm pretty sure only he knew about all just from.