35 Burst results for "Bannister"
Joe Manchin Is a Hero for Killing 'BBB'
"I am filled with awe. A human being ran the mile to say this would be. When did roger banister run the mile in four minutes? In the 50s, yeah? So that was awesome. First guy first westerners to climb Everest. That's awesome. Beethoven's third is awesome. The pie you had is not awesome. Anyway, it doesn't matter. It is what it is, but hero shouldn't be overused and it is. And we have a hero Joe Manchin, senator from West Virginia. The amount of vitriol and hate that this man receives. I would say that right now it is only second. To watch Donald Trump received when he was president. Is that fair to say? Who's the most hated person in America? On the part of the left. And Democrats, which is the party of the left. Joe Manchin. And his family as well. It's targeted needless to say that that's now that is now conventional. To go to the homes of politicians and other public figures with whom you differ. It's another institution innovated by the left. By the way, if anybody on the right ever does it, I condemn it too. They have to be rules in life of civility. Rules of civility. That would be awesome. People lived by rules of civility. So that man is a hero. What this bill was, this bill, what was the amount? How many hundreds of billions of dollars to
Jim Ryun Was the First High Schooler to Break the 4-Minute Mile
"Take us through those two years. How did you know that you would because again. I want the headline from for my listeners. Understand that you broke the four minute mile in high school. This is an unbelievable thing. It wasn't until roger bannister in the fifties broke the four minute mile. He was views after college. I guess he was already a surgeon or something doctor. But you did. This is a high schooler and two years before you'd never run. So what were those two years like suddenly discovering this talent well to begin with it was very very painful Whether if your listeners you may have had them to shin-splints. I had shin-splints the first six weeks that iran which is basically very painful for every step you take somehow a god gave me the perseverance to go through their And then i finally made see the last place on the c team. We had three levels across country is go. Abmc was the last person on the c team and then this phenomenal thing happened here within the next six weeks by the time we get to the state meet. I ended up being on the varsity team and finished sixth in the state meeting cross country and i was elated. I thought this is grand It was grand is because one of my goals was to make the team When away other goals was to get a girlfriend. And i got a letter. Jack and girlfriend in jack went together but it didn't so that was kind of the beginning for me very infants steps and then this phenomenal thing happened in the next six months where i went from a five thirty eight mile to a four zero seven mile which i still find it hard to believe i see your eyes opping well because i think i could have run a five thirty eight mile when i was younger now. I'm not kidding but that's it you know. Maybe maybe if i had trained i could've gone it down to five twenty years. I don't know but the idea that you had the ability to become one of the greatest milers in the history of
"bannister" Discussed on What It Takes
"If you have the an opportunity not a perfect opportunity and you take it. You may never have another chance and it was that thought i think which eventually led me to attempted the if lee road track where the race was held. By the way was later renamed the roger bannister running. Track and fifty years later banisters. Running legs would end up on the fifty pence coin. Here's roger bannister's description of the race. That day i done nothing for five days. I hadn't trained. I just rested and so i felt very full of running and in the first lap i was following him and i said foster foster an order and in fact he was going absolutely the right pace. It was just. I was so full of running. The i didn't feel that. I was running fast. He ran the first lap correctly in fifty eight He took us to the half mile in two minutes then. Chataway took over and he passed the three quarter mile in three minutes. Exactly as planned And then i knew that i had to. We were that slowing down. You'd never to be. And i had to do the last lap in under sixty seconds the famous that i took chataway at the beginning of the mixed loss bend. The end of the end of that bidden overtook him and then had run as fast. As and here he comes bannister. Go streaking with about two hundred and fifty yards to. The tapes does a look at his action as long legs cut him. Nearer will record. I did collapse in the end. It because if you do keep on running keep your blood circulating. Then you get of failure. The muscles stop pumping the blood back. And you get dizzy. And i did lose my sight for a bit because i i was crowded in by everybody rushed onto. Track has done it. now he's out on his feet. He's coaching team manica. Tell him he's a team. His ambition the mile in three minutes. Fifty nine point four seconds a magnificent win for great britain and then the whole food fact excluded managed a medical student has slipped gunda hogs greg old by two seconds with disarming modesty. He has this to say about his time. I can say is that alone denies that it was a great surprise to me to be able to today and i think i was very lucky. Soon after the race roger bannister took six weeks to write down his thoughts about the gifts of running in a book called. I four minutes. It's title was later. Changed to the four minute mile. After that he went back to his love of running simply for pleasure. He became very involved in promoting sports for young people and he used his celebrity to that end but other than that. he didn't have too much use for it. This is something that is a feature of young. it's simple and it can be completed When one is twenty twenty. Five as i was and then it's finished and in my case i then turned to medicine which was what my life was going to be but it is a very curious exposure to fame and publicity and it also gives the opportunity to realize that these things are transient and essentially unimportant. The practice of neurology became roger bannister's primary passion. He worked as a clinical doctor and researcher. He wrote the first textbook about the diseases connected to the auto nomadic nervous system. That's the part of your nervous system. That controls unconscious actions like breathing sweating and circulation. He made contributions significant enough to earn him a lifetime. Achievement award from the american academy of neurology. Those are the contributions. He.
"bannister" Discussed on What It Takes
"If i had won the gold medal. I would probably have retired because olympic gold medal. Fifty nine meters high and would just go on with our work. But i felt angry with the press angry at myself. Angry with the organizers int- and foot about it and so often fought. I decided would be possible to work and go on training medical training. He wanted a chance to prove himself and so he plotted out how he would improve his time enough. Not just to beat his rivals but to reach the holy grail. The sub four minute mile. He figured it would take about two years. Using his slow and steady method bannister was now a full-time doctor and training at saint. Mary's hospital medical school in london. So his running richmond was even more restricted but he was determined to prove his goal was possible despite what anyone else thought john landy. My rival ran full minutes and two seconds three or four times and he used the phrase. It's like a wall now logically. I could not understand as a physiologist. Why human being can run a mine in four minutes matuzek four minutes and one second why somebody else wound inevitably come along train. A little better knew that the target to be beaten And beat it so that was my mental approach to it. It was just fortunate to for me. That the pathway of record-breaking which continues in all aspects of athletics had just reached this magical critical full minutes four laps of one minute each On a quarter mile track. That was really the reason why it had conspired to become a possible barrier physical or psychological It wasn't in my view physical but it did become to some extent psychological and it was really An example would paradigm is is correct paradigms of human achievement in a purely athletic sense. What limits are the to what the body could so it eat the quad. This aura. roger bannister didn't wait for the european championship or any other grand competition. There was an upcoming meet at oxford his alma mater and he thought it might just be the right moment bannister was running for the british amateur athletic association against the oxford team and the race would be on the iffley road track terrain bannister knew very well. The date may sex nineteen fifty four. Real problem was that may is a very early time in the year and the weather is usually bad and you cannot run a false mile race if there is a strong wind because the wind all eight may be behind you all the time it makes your running uneven. The only way that you can Who achieve a four minute. Mile is to run it as evenly paced as possible. So that your energy expenditure spread out and you mix your aerobic and anaerobic energy supplies in an appropriate and efficient way so The opportunity was there. The question was was the weather which was very bad into been raining. Windy such that. It was impossible to do it and to try to do something. When external seconds has made it impossible would have made me feel that it was a more difficult task. Maybe there is a barrier about about four four minutes. My colleagues chris. Chataway chris gracia who had agreed. Were running on my side in the race against the universe had agreed to set a reasonable pace. And would i be able to get them to cooperate on some future occasion or might john landy. Who would then gone to Finland to be given the perfect opportunities and basic. Would he do it. I so about twenty minutes before the race. The weather seemed to improve. I said let's do it and So we all that was. The setting rumor has it. That roger bannister actually made hospital rounds the morning of the race. He says that's an exaggeration. I went into my hospital in london's marriages and i didn't rounds. But what i did was. I went into the physiological technicians lab and i shop the spikes because those were sticky tracks made of electricity ash with them and your spikes which were really quite long than not to say on would would would catch the material the track and your shoe would get heavier and i was simply Filing drown and rubbing some graphite on the on the spikes. So that i. I would run more effectively. I then got a train up to oxford. I then had lunch with some long term friends and then spent the rest of the afternoon looking well and going through it was so strange really to be able to withhold the decision. You might think that that you have to have it in your mind actually homed on doing it continuously but in my case. That wasn't true. When i decided that the weather i had to take the chance The the real thought in my mind. By then i did have a coach trend sample and he. We met by chance in in the train plan to do this. And he said if the weather is bad what you have to remember is that a. I think you can run the two three fifty six. Which is what a coach would say so. I didn't pay too much attention to that. But the thing is that.
"bannister" Discussed on What It Takes
"Off to myself trey catholic i would go on improving not by training two to three hours a day but by training. We seem to me logical the you could go on improving and you didn't have to spend all day running to me. Running was an experiment. Here muscles Here was a heart here where lungs to what extent convinced bit of machinery Be trained to do a very specific skilled task. And i knew that the training had to fit the event. How do you manage to release a physical nervous energy over four minutes. He approached training in other words someone who'd studied physiology which of course he had and that's why he decided he could go it alone. Without a coach there was a coach. But i fell out with him. He said you do this. And i said why. Do i do this and he said well you do this. Because i'm the coach it and He might be do a time trial And he'd be hoagie walk. And i'd say what time did i do. He said oh. Don't worry about that. I mean although he'd been quite well known he was actually a coach to Someone grew jack lovelock. Who won the olympic fifteen hundred meters in one thousand nine hundred six but Played as i was. I was independent and i felt about running. It was my task to find out what suited me what didn't suit me. How much training could i do. And then Improve my performance and not let my performance go down. Because i was training too hard and these things which seem to me so individual. The nobody else was going to understand me to this degree. That was the reason why pursued a raw. The lewdly farrow and. I made the decision that i wouldn't compete in the olympic games and i reached a position in which i was being criticized in the press for not racing often enough. They said his this chap and we think he's good. We want to see him. And i said well no i mean i if i want to run. Does nobody paying me to run. If i think that five races a year is the right and if i feel that I work up towards the peak in the middle of the season That's what i'm going to do. But everything came unstuck in a big way. Because i pursued this kind of approach with a lot of press criticism and eventually they said well. Okay you know if he wins. The gold medal and helsinki fifty two. He'll be right he's he's done the right thing. And so roger bannister just went. Hit doing it in his own unorthodox and you might even say eccentric way. Every year i suppose i would be reducing my mile best time by two or three seconds starting for eighteen and then graduate coming and basically i was doing in civil rate training. I had so many other interests that i wanted to have my evenings free and i would usually miss lunch And sometimes there were rather unimportant. Lectures Twelve o'clock. So i i would tend to take about two hours off To travel to a track spend about thirty five minutes running but running very hard and then just have shah. Didn't warm up didn't warm down at a shah would get some summing tweet and get back to the hospital By two o'clock and four years later in nineteen fifty two. He was ready to go for the gold. The management of events in the olympic games. He's left to lukoil organizers and it was said afterwards that there had been a rather deliberate attempt. Just three weeks before the helsinki olympics. Because i was the favorite to change the program and they had three races on three successive days which were unnecessary previous. Those be heats the day's rest. Today's rest on a final. That was what i was planning for. I could have coped with it but by the third day these successive races. I didn't run. I knew in my heart that was virtually impossible task for me and of course with that frame of mine to it did prove impossible. I came forth new british. Gold medals in the helsinki olympics except for a horse called fox hunter who i'm run questioned. Event disaster criticism of bannister..
"bannister" Discussed on What It Takes
"A kenyan foam. So we my. My childhood was vigorous while and the concept of a family. Holiday was going to Ah guest has usually in the lake district or Or wales where Woking was part of the holiday you did walk banisters. parents were not well educated. They hadn't been able to afford university but they prized education and books and instilled in their son a yearning for more. I want to have some success. I came from quite a simple origin with any great privilege. And that's how. I also wanted to make a mock and it wasn't i suppose until i was about fifteen that i appeared race. I was playing rugby and the other games english school children do and there was an event which was planned in which racists were rotten and i simply just one these i've it considerable much and so everybody thought this is special. But what about his parents would. They think about his talent for running. They were supportive. But at the time i was about to break a world record already Become well known. My mother used to say did. It's all very well. Is running business. But i hope it doesn't distract you from your work as a medical student the so in other words i got the impression that for her. The only important thing was for me to become a doctor which as it were was a career which had not been possible in her her generation in her society. Sir roger says he never had any doubt that he would become a doctor and he never had any illusions about his talent for running. Yes it's just a a kind of gift that You have to be able to do this better than other people But it shouldn't mean the chill something very very special. Because i suppose it's has its intellectual elemental. Running has sport has its intellectual element but the more important basic quality is a physical one which is probably genetic. Roger bannister was interviewed twice for the academy of achievement. And both times. He was exceedingly humble the first time in two thousand. He spoke with mark. Pack actor who was then the head of the national portrait gallery in washington. Two years later he spoke with journalist. Gail i can tho. You're hearing excerpts of both these conversations in the podcast. Okay so with that. Little bit of business behind us. Back to how roger bannister became a runner so beloved so great. He was named sports illustrated magazine's fairy first sportsman of the year of course now called sports person of their yes. Bannister had a natural love of running. Yes he found it easy and yes he was getting some nice recognition for his speed and then his father took him to see a meet. The two parts to running there is the simple enjoyment. Who's you run through the countryside. A pure pleasure without any target and this showed me a kind of forum in which success could be crystalized. Those who were watching applauded and the was a a gladiatorial interplay between the athletes. And i watched an english runner called sydney. Who had held the world record for the mile. And who's being a british preoccupation to hold this mile record or a series of english runners who had held it. And i watched him off to the end of the war in nineteen forty five running against the world record holders from sweden and he was not in the same league but he came up and challenge to the world record holder on the lost and the the challenge was easily fought off by the sweet. But there was a feeling of the courage that he showed in tackling Sweet who looked physically strong more elegant will powerful would as soon as rather small this exchange. This battle was i. Think the thing which led me to go on from simple running for pleasure running with this targets of records olympic games and other events in mind the year after seeing that race roger bannister entered oxford university on a scholarship. He was only seventeen years old and a little out of place on campus. I would say that. My athleticism was really the corta social acceptance. But i actually arrived in oxford in nineteen forty six which when a large number of ex-servicemen came back and they had deferred entry to university in order to fight during the war. And so we were alongside veterans who you wore medals and the had been injured and some of them of course had been relatively senior promoted senior. Two senior ranks You know by losses on the battlefield so very strange time and in a sense we had nothing in common with them Except a sport and that was another reason he wanted to race competitively at the college level. But it was not a foregone conclusion that he'd make the team in fact bannister said. It was a big surprise when he did. It was a dreadful winter in nineteen forty seven minutes. Historically those never been winter like it since and the track was frozen and they have trials. And so i could prove that i could be in the team and i previous best. Time was About five minutes they won freshman's race and but i'd been seen shoveling away the snow rather Vigorously and so the captains and sport is entirely run by students. You know the captain said well look just as a third string that means the the third runner who is not expected to do it. Why didn't we put him in and Put me in and then on the race itself. I just overtook all the rest of the field and wotton which is a time which was thirty seconds faster than i done before but very modest of course four and a half minutes and that was the beginning of an eight year process. In which every year i improved. Then after eight years i was near the world record but back in nineteen forty seven four and a half minute mile was considered a great time. Everyone assumed roger bannister would compete in the forty eight olympics which were held in london for goodness sake. He was invited to compete but he declined in those days. I didn't train very much. We didn't really know how to trade in and There was this thing called burning yourself out. And i didn't want to burn myself holiday team. I had a notion that if i.
"bannister" Discussed on What It Takes
"This is what it takes a podcast about passion vision and perseverance from the academy of achievement. I'm alice winkler and thanks for joining us. The reason sport is attractive. To many of the general public is lit. It's filled with reversals. What you think may happen doesn't happen. A champion is an unknown becomes a champion for the next thirty minutes. I invite you to try to forget about that. Long list of calamities conspiring to ruin your enjoyment of the rio olympics not to mention the health and welfare of the athletes themselves instead soak in this inspiring story from a simpler time before physique virus and state sponsored doping a story of the runner who broke the four. Minute mile sir roger bannister. Well i must be the international athlete. Who trained least in other words. I had worked out from my knowledge of physiology. What was the minimum amount of training. That will be needed to continue to improve year. by sir. roger bannister is eighty seven as i record this episode and living in oxford england. He ran in the helsinki olympics in nineteen fifty two. But that's not where he smashed through the four minute barrier a feat that challenged people's idea of what was humanly possible. No sir roger bannister's greatest athletic achievement came two years later. Hugh the historic newsreel twenty. Five year old roger bannister third from the get away at the ground oxford for the race of his life so years dreamed of becoming the first man to run the mile in less than four minutes and now with chris brasher sitting the pace in front. He's decided that this is the right moment. Bannister was studying medicine at the time working toward becoming neurologist which he did by the way and that wasn't the only unusual thing about the path this lanky middle distance runner had taken manager a superb tactician has suffered some criticism in the past what adopting his own rather unorthodox training methods. But they're paying dividends now despite the slight wind. He's talking great time. We'll get back to that newsreel. No rush we know how the race ends. But i wanna walk the story back fifteen years before it began to nineteen thirty. Nine when little roger bannister was living in a suburb of london. His family soon to move to bath. I said a minute ago that it was a simpler time but it wasn't really in many respects world. War two was about to begin. Well i've always been very impatient. And i frankly found life age ten in this suburb and this school boring and i can remember age. Nine having the awful thought as it seems now looking back on it a war that should live and things up a bit. The first air raid siren sounded. When i was still in london and i ran back from the park. Where i'd been playing home airing this of course. Nothing happened for six months with what we call the phony wall But when i went to bath there was some reprisal bombings and our house was actually bombed and the roof fell in and we were sitting in the basement under the under the stairs of the basement and we were quite safe but it ruled home realize ation in two nights. Four hundred people were killed in this relatively small town and so on the third night. I persuaded my parents that we should leave. It was no rate expected but as it had happened on two nights we went out of boston and camped overnight about four miles away in would but my discovery involved was of the countryside. I loved the countryside. I cycled from the age of sort of ten to fifteen all around Boston somerset and cheddar gorge and the sites of castles and country houses And i remember that as a time of freedom often perhaps a bit solitary but Great excitement.
"bannister" Discussed on What It Takes
"Why do some people achieve the impossible. It's a question that often comes to mind when the olympics roll around and world records get broken but there are some records. That are stubborn. Florence griffith joyner's shattering times in the women's one hundred and two hundred meter dashes for instance have not been touched for thirty three years records. Like that begin to make you think maybe the human body is just not capable of more but the woman named gaby. Thomas just came extremely close to beating flow jobs record at the twenty twenty one. Us olympic trials for track and field. And that was in the middle of a punishing heat wave so stay tuned for tokyo. Gabby thomases a recent harvard graduate. And she's studying to be an epidemiologist reading about her. This week reminded me of the amazing roger bannister. He was a medical student who ran in the nineteen fifty two olympics and two years later became the first person to run a mile in under four minutes. It had been considered an impossible feat. Until it wasn't we featured roger bannister on an episode in two thousand sixteen two years before he died as olympic anticipation builds. It seems like a good time to run it again main. This child is gifted. And i heard that enough that i started to believe if you have the opportunity not a perfect opportunity and you don't take it. You may never have another child. It all was so clear it was just like the picture started to form itself. It was new wing which ally could prevail over the truth darkness over light their life every day. I wake up and decide today. I'm going to love my life decide if they're going. Break your leg or when you go to play stay out of there and then along companies differential experiences that you don't look for you don't plan for.
"bannister" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Old medical student Roger Banister cracks track and field's most notorious barrier. The four minute mile banister who was running for the Amateur Athletic Association against this alma mater, Oxford University, won the mile race with a time of three minutes. 59. 0.4 seconds for years, so many athletes had tried and failed to run a mile in less than four minutes that people started to think it was physically impossible This'll week in 1984, claiming that its athletes will not be safe from protests. Impossible physical attacks the Soviet Union announces that it will not compete in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. Despite the Soviets statement, it was obvious that the boycott was a response to the decision of the U. S to boycott the 1980 games that were held in Moscow. And this week in 2004. The final episode of Friends airs on NBC, the familiar theme song I'll Be There for you by the Rembrandts announces the beginning of the end as an estimated 51.1 million people tune in for the final original episode of NBC's long running comedy. Syriza's The French Reunion Special is set to air on HBO Max before Mm hmm. This'll is Glenn Beck program on the podcast This last weekend. I had Bob Woodson and he is a remarkable guy, a guy who went with Martin Luther King. You know in the civil rights journey and was put into jail several times wrongly just to get him to shut up and sit down. He's an amazing guy. It did.
Lana Del Rey Announces New Album ‘Blue Banisters’
"Many people have had time to create art. At least the artist Lana Del Rey is gonna be releasing a new album on the Fourth of July. Her latest album came Trails over the Country Club was released just last month, and soon afterwards, the pop star announced. Another new album is gonna be coming out in June. Called rock Candy Sweets. And on Tuesday, Del Rey said on social media that the new album would be called blue banisters and will come out on July 4th. It will be her eighth studio album. I'm Confused to Shift three albums come something like that. Yeah, maybe. Wow, l songs an album that's a lot I would get the exact
The Empty House
"Certain houses, like certain person's managed somehow to Proclaim it once their character for evil in the case of the latter. No particular feature need betray them. They may boast and open countenance and ingenuous smile. Yes, a little of their company leaves the unalterable conviction that there is something radically a mess with there being that they are evil willy-nilly they seem to communicate in an atmosphere of secret and wicked thoughts which makes those in their immediate neighborhood shrink from them as from a thing has eased. and perhaps with houses the same Principle as operative and it is the aroma of evil Deeds committed under a particular roof long after the actual dose of passed away that makes the gooseflesh come and the hair rise something of the original Passion of the evildoer and of the horror of felt by his victim enters the heart of the innocent Watcher home and he becomes suddenly conscious of tingling nerves creeping skin and a chilling of the blood his terror-stricken without apparent cause There was manifestly nothing in the external appearance of this particular house to Bear out the tales of the horror that was said to rain within it was neither lonely nor unkempt stood crowded into a corner of the square and looked exactly like the houses on either side of it. It had same number of windows. It's neighbors the same balcony overlooking the gardens off the same white steps leading up to the heavy black front door. And in the rear there was the same narrow strip of green with neat box borders running up to the wall that divided it from the back of the adjoining houses. Apparently to the number of Chimney pots on the roof was the same the breadth and angle of the eaves and even the height of the dirty area railings month and yet in this house and the square seen precisely similar to its fifty ugly neighbors was as a matter of fact entirely different horribly different wearing latest marked invisible difference is impossible to say it cannot be ascribed holy to the imagination because persons who would spend some time in the house knowing nothing of the facts that declawed positively that certain rooms were so disagreeable. They would rather die than enter them again and that the atmosphere of the whole house produced in them symptoms of a genuine Terror while a series of innocent tenants who are trying to live in it and being forced to be camp at the shortest possible notice was indeed little less than a scandal in the town. One short has arrived to pay a weekend visit his aunt Julia and her little house on the seafront at the other end of the town. He found her charge to the brim with mystery and excitement. He had only received a telegram that morning and he had come anticipating boredom. But the moment he touched her hand and kissed at apple skin wrinkled cheek. He caught the first wave of electrical condition the impression deepened when he learned that there were to be no other visitors and that he had been telegraphed for with a very special object something with the wind and the something would doubtless bear fruit for this elderly spinster armed with a Mania for psychical research had brains as well as willpower and by hook or by crook. She usually managed to accomplish ends. The Revelation was made soon after T. When she cycled close up to him as they paced slowly along the seafront in the dusk. I've got the keys she announced in the deluge. To get half awesome voice got them till Monday the keys of the bathing machine or he asked innocently looking from the seat of the Town. Nothing brought her so quickly to the whole point is feigning stupidity. Neither. He whispered. I've got the keys of the haunted house in the square and I'm going there tonight shorthouse just conscious of the slightest possible Tremor down his back. He dropped his teasing tone something in her voice and manner thrilled him. She was in Earnest, but you can't go alone. He began that's why he lied for years. He said with decision. He turned to look at her the ugly lined enigmatic. Her face was the live with excitement. That was the glow of genuine enthusiasm rounded like a halo song is Shawn he caught another wave her excitement and the second Tremor more Market than the first accompanied it. Thanks, and Julie said politely thanks. Awfully. I shouldn't dad go quite alone. She went on raising her voice. But with you I should enjoy it immensely. You were afraid of nothing. I know God. Thanks so much. He said again is anything like this happen a great deal has happened. She whispered though. It's been most cleverly hushed up three tenants have come and gone in the last few months. And the house is set to be empty for good. Now in spite of himself short house became interested. His aren't was so very much in Earnest. The house is very old indeed to end off and the story and unpleasant one dates a long way back. It has to do with a murder committed by a journalist a woman who had some affair with a servant in the house one night. You managed to create himself in the cellar and when everyone was asleep, he crept upstairs to the servants quarters chased the girl down to the next Landing before anyone could come to the rescue through her birth. Any over the banisters into the hole below and the stableman the court I believe and hang for murder, but it all happened a century ago and have not been able to get more details of the story.
"bannister" Discussed on WTOP
"Out. The White House hasn't said why the president's been taken to the hospital. Except to say that it was recommended by medical experts This day is expected to last at least a few days. Stephen Portnoy CBS news When Heading to Marine one to go to the hospital, President Trump walked unassisted and appeared to have small talk with the pilot's CBS is, Dr John Mapuche says that is a good sign. I loved how he walked. I love the little tax than he did at the end on the banister there. I'm like on the Guard rail and showed a little bit of possessing him. But I suspect that inside of him without projecting too much, there's a true understanding of the seriousness of the moment. 2020 rival Joe Biden's in his well wishes to the first family, but all those who are fighting this virus including the first family And so many Americans today recover and recover soon and his campaign decided to take down any attack ads against President Trump. I'm Elaine Carbon Paris, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador are among the latest leaders to send their best wishes. President Trump on the first lady. The heads of the European Union, NATO and the World Health Organization also wish the couple a speedy recovery. Health experts are now fighting that adults with the Corona virus are at risk of severe organ inflammation Reporter Sabrina Coupet. New findings from a lot of a CDC shows adults with covert 19 risk developing multi symptom inflammatory syndrome. Several key organs like the brain, heart and lungs developed dangerous levels of inflammation of the 16 patients with the condition to died before getting treatment. The other 14 patients were treated with steroids help reduce inflammation. The glass fire in Northern California has jumped a freeway and is advancing into neighborhoods near Calistoga K. CBS's Tim Ryan says the firefight is not easy. It is still too smoky for those big jumbo jets to drop retardant and so It is Maura work for the 2500 firefighters on the ground. The Dow lost 134 points today. NASDAQ Down to 51 S and P Losing 32. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p AP.
"bannister" Discussed on WTOP
"Governor Jay Inslee survey the damage and mold in Washington where most of the homes and businesses have burned to the ground. We want to help the families who have nothing. Except the socks. They're wearing The Almita fire reached talent Oregon On Wednesday morning, the flames forced evacuations throughout the area declared a state of emergency. With 35. Major fires spread over 300,000 Acres, A South Carolina elementary school has been hit hard by Corona virus. CBS is Jim Chris Ula, a 28 year old third grade teacher who was last in her classroom less than two weeks ago, has died from covert 19 Demetria Bannister was diagnosed last Friday and died on Monday. She was starting her fifth year of teaching at Windsor Elementary School in Columbia, South Carolina, Bannister was teaching virtual classes from home. Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer on Wednesday accused Republicans of not being serious about finding a way to pass a new covert 19 economic aid package. Wiccans were serious about achieving a result they would've joined negotiations with Speaker Pelosi Me in the White House. If leader McConnell was so eager to get something done, why wasn't he at the table for weeks, a major deal announced by United Airlines and its pilots, here's CBS's Jason Brooks United and the Airline Pilots Association say the agreement would avoid furloughs for about 3000 pilots. A month after United warned it would furlough or lay off 16,000 employees, including 2800 pilots. Other airlines are also threatening big cuts, something they've been prevented from doing until October. Due to a $25 billion federal pandemic package. Wall Street had a very good day. On Wednesday, the Dow Jones industrial average up 438 points and Thursday trading in Asia. The Nikkei's up now nearly 200 points. This is CBS News. Being able to innovate quickly and respond to change is critical for government agencies. Bandage Solutions.
"bannister" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians
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"bannister" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians
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"bannister" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians
"Well. That's actually true, okay? Let's paint that scene. Real quick, so we were in a hot tub. Bathing, suits were on fire. Already about how they have apparently somewhere in Texas. These beauty pageants where these these little kids like part of the beauty pageant will be to like Rangel snakes what's. Is True like adults or like is like toddler. Teenage beauty queens and they'll wrestle the snake. That checks out. Okay, yeah sounds. Like a religion saying is it like Jesus snakes like I'm confused snakes. I don't know Jesus thing or what, but. It's a white people. Thing is what it sounds like. West Texas thing Oh shit. Yeah, Oh, okay, so you're in the hot tub snakes. And you said Darwin Texas sounds like. Yeah that's what I got from this source. saw. Darwin Texas and it's on spotify. That should gesture that one well, we're getting into hot tub later. And filling it with snakes or listening to this album. sounds biting. Sounds like I'm going to the hospital. We will just die in the other own Anaconda. Don't want none okay. Actually, you know what's funny is I, didn't realize their drummer doesn't want to talk. His name is Jeff, but you're not going to say your last name on the podcast. 'cause whatever privacy, but your your name is exactly the same name as my high school religion teacher in he damned our whole class to hell and call warmongers one day. Yeah I mean look now. We had a very nice conversation outside actually no I. Don't know why but I saw your name on the thing and I was like immediately triggered I'm going to elegant. Also he was like only thirty. He wasn't like an ancient old crony like monk didn't have any reason to be like horse. He was a thirty year old man yelling at sixteen year old. So many issues to Gel ever have bad teachers. That was my lean into that. This is my thought is as being a bad teacher. You've been a bad teacher in a bad teacher. Light occasions. Nothing bad or illegal, just Cameron Diaz bad teacher. Say. Quiet starting TV up, we can only hope ooh. God. She was my teacher that as in like you're just not teaching correctly, or you're calling everyone a whore. Definitely not calling anyone a whole. That's good there we go. It's twenty nineteen with fucking program yeah. Okay Yeah I. Yeah, that's yeah. Sorry, I know that dog I. If anyone online heard me audibly gasped. I know that dog outside High Macho. I do she's a celebrity. She's the chief security here at music for Santa. If you'll know that she's get rowdy, our bosses dog Okay, so explain the artwork on the album cover. So, okay, so then the picture of Darwin's finches going off Darwin Texas. You've got finches right and they come on science teacher. Help us out. To teach science, but I'll fill in, so yes, sorry. Yes, I mean when you think about Charles Darwin like! He had like little sketches in there, so we when we asked for artwork we tried to. Describe this idea of like. Hey, here's our idea for this album. We want snakes and this beauty pageant, Queen. Michetti, can you make it look like it's out of like a science book and say we were not. I mean it's a little weird, but it can't be the weirdest thing. Anyone's ever been commissioned like. Came in. Really Cool I love it. Yeah, it's better than like. Like some you see like all the arts, really boring pictures then like. Oh, we're outside and we're not looking at the camera. Yeah. How do they get their? Who took that picture I don't. Like Snow White Scene But they're all wearing like eighty dollars worth of like vintage clothing. I wish I had that time. Okay, so advice for south by southwest, coming up to Y'all have any advice for the Austin Nights and. What not to do what to steer away from what to go to. Just do everything for free there. Yeah I get. That Shit. Yeah, check our facebook page and make sure to see what's coming up with the banisters. That's the top near South by event of the week. Every year whatever the banisters are doing? Joy Jet! Wait hold on, hold on. He's. Jeff Jeff's actually talking to have a friend that knows everything and just follow that person. Yeah, follow the one person the one person that does all the work and just be there plus one. Plus two or plus three whatever? Yeah the free stuff, but they've done all the homework. They have the APP or not. Has Free. tacos and beer right. Yeah, that sounds perfect. Let's let's do that genius. Yeah, so Jeff's theories to buddy up. With the guy who did his homework see that's nice. We would have gotten along in Highschool, Jeff that would have been fun? You would not have probably damned our entire. Your. Friend get away from me. Okay so, what do you have south by tickets for like artists that are coming into town may not be from Austin, but do you have any tips for the out of towners? Maybe not even just artists, but like people in general. So all the California's. When I moved to Texas. Buddy of mine gave me one of the more coolly cooler one of the cooler piece of advice us like just treat it like you're in a foreign country, which a lot of people like actually literally will be. Like, even if you're from like another part of the United, states use it as. Like an opportunity to explore new city, especially with high much Austin changing always, there's always gonna be something cool to see and like. New People to meet new stories get so. Where are you from originally grabner Chicago? Try, town! Used to cold. I'm from Vermont so I like a cold. Apparently we have. We have a fan question did. ooh, question from Earl earls great. Know he's a fantastic patron of ours. He has a beautiful dog named. Watson and I love him. Earl is watching Colorado tonight rejected band names for the banisters. Probably went through a few of them. The pillars. I came in and we are was a moment. We were like okay. BANNISTER has a pre okay. Here's one the two ends, thank. You spell bannister with one end. She knows what I'm saying. One and so we went back, and forth like two ends one and two one fucking end. Okay, that's what we said about that. We had a conversation about balanced rates. Maybe we're the balustrades. That's when you break out your the source right synonyms for banisters. Only one that knew. Straight is anyway. We went with just the banisters. That was the name. Yeah, after bannister lane on. That's where I practice spot was. Like that word, the debate between the two ends came from right now. Well, that helps that helps settle the debate. Okay like I'm over here like who the hell told. You was spell with two inns because they are in need of psychiatric Ritz. Brits told us that. On. Thank you guys so much. Gee, I want to hear some Mo- music. Yes, I give it up again for the banisters. With one end the banister. The song is called. It's our one and only song that's written with some Spanish words.
"bannister" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians
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"bannister" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians
"Thank you appreciate that welcome to music firsthand comedians interviewing musicians podcast. We. Are Live in in real life real time at Austin East siders. I love, please because I have a gluten allergies, so I feel safe here, so thank you. I'm so excited before we get started at wanted to think some of our sponsors We have nine banded whiskey. Amazing and also our host this evening Austin East siders again. They've love. Thank you. Also if you haven't become A. On. You should do that tonight. Only for a dollar. You get a awesome t shirt and guys when I say. This is a sector I mean this shirt is so soft and it is so much better than sex, and it's only a dollar I mean. When's the last time you got extra for a dollar? Tonight's the night. So sign up and it's courtesy. We have merch through a new standard manufacturing. There are amazing. They have this shirts. And that is at sign up. See IMP dot live. That's CLA. Media is infection. MSN morning after. Puppies. Into podcast, but they said Comedians. Interviewing musicians lives better. So before we get started and Have our amazing band. Which is the banisters? excited. Crap. We. Have please help me welcome. Amazing hostess with the most is Becky, Jones, he'll. Come on. Over here, hi, ooh! Wow, just heard was the enormity of my. Watering. Trough hydrolyzed very important. Coming up. Yeah I gotta say. There are a lot of things. That, you've gotTA. Do South by yeah, but usually they tell you it's right in your face. They let you know we were do. Yes. Be Success Millennial. Rich yeah, comfy shoes, lots of money, otherwise rich. We should tell you what not to do. Yeah, that's southbound. We're very good at what not to do. You live and learn yeah. I learned not to lose my pass on the second day of south by. That's Nice, did that once? My boss gave that passed, so it was A. Rough one yeah. You were drunk. Yeah there it is. Awesome Yeah you should also not get drunk and think every dog wants to hug you. Because that's not a thing. Sometimes, you have to ask for consent. It's okay Muffin I understand. Everybody Shoulder. It's also not okay to get it well. I mean just in general like I'm rather feisty drunk. I fooled me. And one time these guys. I was taking a picture with a friend of mine in front of some light installation. Because that's what you do at South by. That's one of the things. Pictures. Yes, and he called US basic bitches. So I yelled at him yeah, because he was wearing sperry's. Nor like. He had a vineyard vine shirt on a Yeltsin. Like something about like your daddy's shirt or something I don't even know what I was so angry. Sure so. Don't yell at blackout. Drunk roles taking pictures. Yeah, because she'll get the burn from whatever the helmet drunk blackout says it also. Plan ahead and don't buy tampons downtown. Ten fucking dollars! There's no reason why can't buy them it something where you're earning garbage. Turn into garbage like no one paid no. Donner's. is also don't take home. A homeless you that you think is in a band. Are you commenting for a friend or is this I? This wasn't even southbound. I had a birthday this weekend and it was a rough weekend for me. I didn't know he was homeless. I really. Oh, but he was always. He wanted to stay a lot longer than he also asks to shower. To Wash my ass now it's like I don't know to see what. Was the sex. Good I don't know if it was like exciting, he was just Kinda sweaty. My apartment has been getting shitty heat. I don't know but like. I didn't put it to do so just thought he was in a band, but Just to beard just hard and Austin to tell the difference between a homeless man and a hip. Do you ever play that game yeah? Usually, we'll have meat. Mortagne than a hipster, so you can kind of. that. It is at least saying homeless not. Some other terrible. Are you ready to start the show? Now, it's time to start. Give yourselves around applause for showing up to Austin East siders and Co Host Kim being. Six. Seventy six try to keep my ankles together because a skirt or not, but get us to go viral girl. Yeah, them money honey. Thanks again to Austin for having US WE'RE GONNA kick off the show or Y'all ready to see the banisters get..
Is it time to revisit your hiring practices?
"Do you people round mile in less than four minutes between the first summer Olympics in eighteen, ninety six, and the Summer Olympics of nineteen, fifty, six zero. When Roger Bounced around the first sub format mile in the early nineteen fifties. No one had ever done it before. It was an historic moment and very few interested. They don't know his name. Do you know many people have run a four minute mile? Sense Roger Bannister. Yet I don't know either. There are so many I couldn't find the answer. Hundreds ten high school students have done it. How many people before Nineteen fifty-two dismissed the idea of four mile as impossible. And? Can you blame them? How do you tell someone with a straight face to shoot for something that's never been done. How do you even convince them? It's possible. Leader I admire lot as a man named vision luck Yanni, he's the CEO of a Malaysian company. Specializing education called Mine Valley and he says our beliefs distort our reality, meaning what we believe to be true become true. It's the reason all good teachers treat their students like their high performance. Right from the beginning the moment student believes there are a low performer. Their performance will drop. In two thousand, eight and two thousand nine, a researcher at Vanderbilt University named Ray Friedman administered attest to a group of college students in the Group of tests taken in two thousand and eight before Barack Obama was elected president, white students consistently outperformed black students, but in the test administered in two thousand nine after Barack Obama was elected president. The score gap between black and white students disappeared completely. Freeman hypothesized that when people see examples, evidence proof of something happening to other people, they can relate to their belief that it could happen to themselves rises. Over the last two weeks I've had conversations with almost two dozen leaders of people. And, some of them are really struggling to figure out what part they need to be playing in the momentum that is slowly building out of the outrage. Injuries caused in perpetuated over generations require generations to heal, and that can leave some people with a feeling of hopelessness. I can't possibly do anything myself, so let me just put my head down to the best I can and hope I get through this. But there's so much you can do, and it doesn't require hashtags or fighting with people on social media. Start with your hiring practices I've looked at thousands of resumes and employment applications over the years and I've interviewed hundreds of people for Jobs I. Can honestly say some of the best employs ever met would never have even applied if I hadn't spent serious time courting them. And, when I've asked them why they never thought of applying, they say something along the lines of I never thought I'd fit in there. If you're a leader, a people and you're fortunate enough to work for an organization where dozens of people will apply for any opening you have. This is undoubtedly affecting you even more after all. You always seem to have enough applicants. Why would you ever feel the need to spend time and resources seeking out even more applicants? But if your workforce doesn't look like the communities, your workforce is serving. You have work to do. Because the law of averages, says that absent any preconceived notions on both your part and part of the applicants, your work for should be pretty representative of your clients or customers.
"bannister" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The four minute mile Bannister who is running for the amateur athletic association against his alma mater Oxford university won the mile race with a time of three minutes fifty nine point four seconds for years so many athletes I tried and failed to run a mile in less than four minutes that some people thought it was actually physically impossible this week in nineteen sixty the food and drug administration approved the world's first commercially produced birth control pill made by the G. D. Searle company of Chicago Illinois development of the pill as it became popularly known was initially commissioned by birth control pioneer Margaret Sanger and funded by Katherine McCormick and this week in two thousand for the final episode of friends airs on NBC the familiar theme song I'll be there for you by the Rembrandts announces the beginning of the end as an estimated fifty one point one million people tuning in for the final original episode of NBC's long running comedy series friends and that's what happens thanks for listening to this week in history on I heart radio looking back at the world of sports it's the I heart radio weekend sports time capsule what's happening fellow sports fans attending western here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history will start off in eighteen seventy eight were Paul Hines makes baseball's first unassisted triple play or does he some say it didn't happen until nineteen oh nine but because of fuzzy memory and bad record keeping we may never know this week in nineteen fifteen the pitching debut and first home run from the Boston Red Sox Babe Ruth the stocks would lose to babes feature team the New York Yankees four three in fifteen innings jumping way ahead this week in nineteen seventy three Ernie banks fills in for cubs manager Whitey Lockman who was ejected during the game any technically becomes baseball's first African American manager this week in nineteen eighty two Seattle mariner **** Perry becomes the fifteenth pitcher to win three hundred games in his career this week in nineteen eighty four the Soviet Union announces it will not participate in the Los Angeles summer Olympics in retaliation for the American boycott of the nineteen eighty Moscow Olympics this week in nineteen ninety four the Denver Nuggets become the NBA's first number eight seed to beat a number one seed the Seattle SuperSonics in the NBA playoffs this week in two thousand five at the age of forty six years and two hundred fifty seven days old fully Franco of the Atlanta Braves becomes the second oldest player to hit a home run in Major League Baseball history but why settle for second two thousand seven he set the record for oldest player at forty eight that's just some of what happened this week in sports history the weekend sports time capsule on radio news radio twelve hundred W. away I'd send in Tokyo and I heart radio station well the plan is murky for school kids is Texas looks to return to normal good Thursday morning I'm charity maturity with our top stories and traffic and weather together all that good stuff yeah Rufio keeps you on top of pop culture the lady strolls Phil has raked in nearly a hundred million dollars in the last three weeks trolls world tour was released online instead of in fear due to the coronavirus lockdowns the successful digital release has made more money for universal pictures the original twenty sixteen Phil did after five months in theaters the big payoff has convinced universal executives that digital releases can be a profitable strategy even after the pandemic passes instead of traditional movie theater openings going the digital route allows movie studios retain about eighty percent of diesel rental and purchase fees compared to just fifty percent of box office sales universal pictures now plans to use the same release strategy with its upcoming film the king of Staten Island a comedy starring Pete Davidson and directed by Judd Apatow that was scheduled to be released in theaters on June nineteenth that's what I'm moving on I heart radio for this Thursday partly cloudy high in the upper eighties tonight's low seventy one right now mainly clear sixty three degrees five thirty for a news radio twelve hundred W. away I well Texas is re opening at a rapid rate but there's growing concern about getting schoolchildren back in the classrooms this fall state demographers Lloyd.
"bannister" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello words welcome to another episode of this. Podcast called the dictionary. The only podcast in the world where some idiot is reading the dictionary. I was listening to the Ronan Farrow episode on mearns podcasts. W T.F right before I started recording this episode and boy do I feel dumb He's a very very smart man and You know just listening. To the words he uses and the fact that he knows how to use those words And just a very smart man in general Yeah I just feel like wow I especially when it comes to words I've always been pretty dumb in that world. There's a there's a part of my brain that is lacking and I stumble over words. I can't think of words I'm learning new words This is part of the reason why I'm doing. This is because there's a lot of words out there that I don't know I'm never going to comprehend them all never going to remember them all But it is helping My brain in some way And I think I really really needed that. I'm much better at visual things and math and science and stuff like that and This world of words Is Hard for me always has been hard for me. so Yeah that's just a little bit about me and You know I'm sure some of you are like yeah. You are dumb. You didn't know this word. God you're silly But I I I. I'm doing this for myself. If any of you are enjoying this. I hope you get some enjoyment out of hearing me stumble and be stupid all right. Let's talk about some words. The first word is bankrupt B. A. N. K. R. U. P. team. It is the I form. It is a noun from fifteen thirty three one. A person who has done any of the acts that by law entitled creditors to have his or her estate administ- administered for their benefit one be a person judiciously declared subject to having his or her estate administered under the bankruptcy laws for the benefit of creditors. One see a person who becomes solvent to a person who is completely lacking in a particular desirable quality or attribute as in a moral bankrupt. This is a modified form or version of middle for French and Old Italian Middle French bunker route B. 'N Q. U. E. R. O. Ut that means bankruptcy from old Italian Banca rata from Bunka which means bank plus rata which means broken so bank rata is Banca plus rata which means basically broken bank and that's From Latin RIPTA. Which is the feminine of -Rupt US which is from the verb repair eight which means to break and there's more at the Word Bank and Reeve R. E. A. V. E. So Broken Bank is where we go. Get the word bankrupt now. We have the second form of bankrupt. It is an adjective from fifteen sixty six won a reduced to a state of financial ruin. Synonym is impoverished specifically legally declared. A bankrupt as in the company went bankrupt. One B of or relating to bankruptcy OR BANKRUPTCY AS IN BANKRUPT LAWS. To a we have these synonyms broken and ruined as in a bankrupt. Professional career to be exhausted. Valuable qualities synonym is sterile or sterile. However you WanNa say that as in a bankrupt old culture to see synonym is destitute. And it is used with the word of or in as in bankrupt of all merciful feelings. Now we have the third form of bankrupt. It is a verb from fifteen eighty eight and it looks like it's just transitive. One to reduce to bankruptcy number. Two Synonym is impoverish. As in defections had bankrupted. The Party of it's brain power. What an interesting example defections had bankrupted the party of it's brain power. I wonder if that's a quote from something And then at the end we have a synonym. Which is the word deplete? Now we have the word bankruptcy. It is a noun from seventeen hundred one the quality or state of being bankrupt to utter failure or impoverishment next is bank shot it is two words and We talked about this little bit in. I guess that was the last episode with Word Bank So bank shot it is a noun from eighteen hundred one a shot in billiards and pool. In which a player banks the cue ball or the object ball So I guess that would be. The ball is hit By the cue ball number two a shot in basketball to rebound from the backboard into the basket. Now I want to go play some billiards I really don't get a chance to do that too often. Oh I have funny stories about billiards. But I'm not gonNA tell them on this podcast All RIGHT NEXT WE HAVE BANKS. Ya B. A. N. K. S. I. A. It is a noun from seventeen eighty. Three any of a genus of Australian evergreen trees or shrubs of the Protea family with alternate leathery leaves and flowers in dense. Celinda heads Willa. See if we can post a picture of this one this is a new. Latin is a genus name from Sir. Joseph Banks Who I'm guessing. I named this Australian Evergreen Tree Bank Shia No I think I said bank Shia. It's more bank Zia. So Banks Sia because his last name was banks next. We have bank side. It is a noun from the fifteenth century the slope of a bank especially of a stream. So it's the side that has the Bank of a river or a stream next is banner B. A. N. E. R. It is the I form. It is a noun from the thirteenth century. One a a piece of cloth attached by one edge to a staff and used by a leader and as his standard used by a leader as his standard and then in parentheses after leader. It's as as a monarch or feudal Lord If you know to use a recent example If any of you are fans of game of thrones you see banners all the time in that show And also people talking about banners Bannerman am which is not in the dictionary. But it's you know the people who hold the banners the people who have pledged allegiance to that leader that monarch that feudal lord whatever they are Yeah that's that is Now we have one B and we just have the number one definition for the second form of flag one C One presented as an award or honor. Let me try that again. One presented as an award of honor or distinction to a headline in large type running across a newspaper page. Three a strip of cloth on which a sign is painted as in welcome banners stretched across the street. Oh Yeah you see that a lot especially in movies and TV shows. I guess they happened in the real world too but usually I see them in movies and TV shows four a name slogan or goal associated with a particular group or ideology as in the new banner is community control that was in quotes And that is a quote from F. M. Hurting her Recently said that I was going to try and start finding where these quotes are from After a few episodes of doing that I kind of decided to stop doing that because at first of all. I can't even find. Maybe half of them are more and you know it just takes a little bit more mental effort that. I sometimes don't feel like doing If I motivated. Maybe I'll go look where this quote is from But sometimes it's Kinda hard actually to find where the quotas from and So if you are curious where this quote from F. M. Hetch Inger came from Which is the new banner is community? Control? Then you should go look it up And so just to finish off this number four definition. It says it's often used with the word under as in every new administration arrives under the banner of change and that is a quote from John Cog Louis C. O. G. L. E. Y. number five and advertisement graphic that runs usually across the top of a worldwide web page. And this is calling out the dated. Nece a little bit of this book Which I think is from twenty twelve although I can't remember I don't feel like we really use the phrase worldwide web anymore There's all obviously. Www dot whatever dot com or dot. Whatever But people don't usually say the worldwide Web So this definition needs to be updated a little bit and probably has been updated All right next we have the second form no we're going to talk about the etymology. It is from Middle English Binary Something like that. From anglo-french of Germanic akin to the Gothic Word Bend. Whoa which means sign probably akin to the Greek fainting which means to show and there's more at the word fancy So fainting must be related to fancy so it was very showy and fancy. That's that's the relationship I'm thinking of for that one All right now. We have the second form of banner. It is a transitive verb from eighteen. Hundred nine one to furnish with a banner to to print as a new story under a banner usually on the front page. The third form of banner is an adjective from eighteen. Forty one prominent in support of a political party as in a banner democratic country number two distinguished from all others especially in excellence as in a banner year for business. Now we have better ret It is the first forum. It is a noun from the fourteenth century a night. That is K N I G H T like a knight in shining armor a night leading his vassals into the field under his own banner a banner et now. We have the second form of banner et. It is By the way I didn't spell it before it's the word banner with an E. T. And in the second form it could be with an e t t Like you know a little thing This is a noun from the fourteenth century and it is just a small banner. Very very tiny. You can just stick it in your pocket next. We have banner roll. It is a noun from fifteen forty eight and we have the Synonym Banda role We must read that a while ago and I don't remember what that means. Last word for this episode is Bannister B. A. N. N. I. S. T. E. R. And it is a variation of banister with only one and and Go back a few episodes to learn what that is So we need to pick a word of the episode. I'm going to pick banks as the word because it was Probably the most unique of all the words here other than maybe bannister or maybe bander Mana role. I duNno I dunno what abandoned Rollo's anyway banks. He has the word of the episode. Thank you very much for joining me and listening to me. Banta Ron about words that start with the letter B. in this case and eventually C. and D. And you get the picture thank you and goodbye..
Pedro Martinez criticizes Astros sign-stealing whistleblower Mike Fiers
"Former Boston Red Sox star weighing in on the sign stealing scandals in Major League Baseball and calling out a whistleblower speaking a W. E. I. radio in Boston baseball hall of Famer Pedro Martinez called out former Houston Astros pitcher Mike Fiers for serving as the whistle blower to the sign stealing scandal surrounding the team and twenty seventeen World Series winning season in a lot of if you want to do it when he was playing for the Houston Astros I would say Mike Fiers has got but the goal and do it after you leave the Houston Astros because they don't have you anymore that doesn't show me anything fires that brought the Astors signs doing scheme to the attention of the athletic leading to MLB's probe Martinez went on to applaud Major League Baseball for throwing the book at the team though for that scandal that apartado fox news and speaking of the Astros scandal the were poorly are set to meet with former Rangers manager Jeff banister this week about that managerial opening strolls of already report we spoke with dusty Baker Buck Showalter and John givens all veteran managers and reports say ESPN analyst at Wharton prayers will also meet with the team soon press was the Astros bench coach back in twenty thirteen
An Interstellar Wanderer Is Coming Our Way
"This Sunday December eighth in interstellar traveler an an object from outside our solar system known as the comment too I bere- sof will make its closest approach to the sun it's only the second interstellar object we've ever ever detected hence to I and the comment was discovered by a man in Crimea named Gennady Borisov. Now gedney's actually discovered several comets already. I hit seven discovers the comments and then back in August just around sunrise. He was looking through his telescope peering into space and just lost in the corner of his field of view. I looped moving object a little different direction from their Ossa Asteroids. At first he thought it was just a regular smuggler comment from inside our solar system. But it wasn't Gennady Borisov had discovered covered in interstellar comet is new and have your name. The Hubble telescope even published an image with his name on it I happen Kabul's dilatot take images this and I see on the four My name but sometimes fame can be exhausting after discolors hours I have many many telephone many video TV comment and I have one. I want to rest. Defendant hugging get some well earned rest. We'll get the low down onto I- Barista from a shell bannister. She's a planetary astronomer at Queen's University Belfast.
"bannister" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Premiere networks prisons coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett now here's Ian one of the greatest songs about casual evil the evil we do to others just in our carelessness and it and yet that's not the kind of sinister force that does that Peter Leventis talking about early so that's not what he's hinting at we'll find out the second when he actually is willing to say but I mean I asked him about the occult is one of the occultists been telling him about sinister forces how does that inform what he's writing either fiction or nonfiction and he said what he'd read about in an essay I read once about you follow G. where he he'd come to sort of a reluctant awareness of this strange connection between some of the most famous names revolving around the Kennedy assassination that were also connected to sort of nascent ufology of the early nineteen sixties late fifties and the guy banister being one of them at the guy banister was a proto men in black perhaps who would come knocking on doors of people who are claiming visitations or or some sort of close encounter and and that's fascinating but in talking about Mr forces and talking about the Kennedy assassination he was using the term aliens and so I wanted to know are we talking about the same type of alien you know as opposed to just saying alien sinister forces meaning outside of us something exotic from a strange or pertaining to a strange place of origin or are we talking about extraterrestrial well that question hangs out there we'll get to it next on coast to coast AM this.
Everything is Figureoutable
"We all know that leadership is about casting a compelling vision and marshalling your resources to see it become reality letty but what happens when the path becomes less clear what happens when you appear to be swimming upstream what happens when everything that can go wrong the profound answer to that universal question when you feel stuck trapped in enabling move forward within you care so deeply about entrepreneurs speaker and writer Marie Forleo says that there is only one option figure it out this is a message that she deeply believes because it is one that she has lived and it all started with a woman named Marian so Miriam is this time rainy but a mighty woman so to paint a picture she's about five three she looks like June cleaver and she cusses like a truck driver she grew up the daughter of two alcoholic parents in the projects of Newark New Jersey at she really learned by necessity how to stretch a dollar bill around the block like five times and she made herself a promise as a little girl that went she was old enough she would find a way to create a better life and she did and that woman a museum is my mom and one of my fondest memories of my childhood was sitting around the kitchen table with my mom and cutting out coupons so she loved to teach me all the different ways that our family could save money that was really important and one of the things she taught me about was that if you save up what we're known as the proofs of purchase like the back of a cereal box or if you always purchase the same dishwashing detergent that you could save up those little proofs of purchase in the brands would send you free things they were called premiums back in the day to get maybe like some cooking utensils or recipe book and one of my uh-huh most prized possessions was this tiny little orange transistor radio it looked like an orange and it had a red white straw sticking out of the top and it was from Tropicana orange juice and she got it for free this thing was her favorite thing on the planet so my mom is the kind of person who's like always he always doing something and as a kid. I knew the way to find my mom's somewhere around the yard or somewhere around the house was listening for the tinny little sound of that Tropicana Orange Radio in Alex remember one day coming home from school and I heard the radio off in the distance and as it got closer the sound was coming up from above which was a strange orientation and they looked up and I see my tiny mom perched precariously on the roof of our two story house they like as hit your mom I was like what are you doing on a roof argue okay my mom is such a unique character she yells down silver she's like I'm fine don't worry about it the roof adult league in it I called the Roofer he said it would be at least five hundred bucks I said screw that I looked in the rush there was extra asphalt and I said I'll fix it so another day I'm coming home from school and I go in the house and I hear the little radio coming from the back of the House and I listen I followed it and I pushed open the door and as the bathroom in there my mom was sitting in the bathroom there was like dust particles coming down despite sticking out of the wall it looked like there had been an explosion in there and I was like mom are you ok would he doing and she's no I'm fine don't worry about it she said there is you know so cracks in the tile and I didn't want the bathroom to get moldy so I'm retiring the bathroom and unlike just confused and Alex you have to get this the nineteen eighties this is pre enter net pre youtube so she was watching how to videos on how to do this stuff that's exactly right so again this is like an different time in a different era so I always knew I could find my mom by listening down that radio and one day it was the fall time and I was coming home from school the daylight savings had passed dr cows creepy already but when I got up to me house it was quiet like hindrup quiet which is very strange for an Italian American household house was dark I go inside I hear nothing I feel pit in my stomach the one that you get when you just know something is wrong thinking where is my mom and where's the sound of the radio so tiptoeing through the House night here's some clicks and clocks coming from the kitchen I walk over there and I see my mom hunched over our kitchen table the little light on it looked like an operating room in front of her was her beloved little Tropicana Orange in like fifteen pieces she had a screwdriver and electrical tape and I was like all my goodness mom are you okay what's on that your favorite radio she's like already don't worry about it she's like you know the antenna was a little twisted and the dial was off. I'm just fixing it and Alex's the first time that I ever thought to ask I said hey mom how do you know how to do so many different things that you've never done before but nobody's showing you how to do it and she put down her screwdriver over and she cocked her head to the side and she looked and she's like what are you talking about this isn't that big of a deal nothing in life is that complicated if he just set your mind to what you roll up your sleeves you get in can you do it everything is figure out ball now Alex truth be told I don't know if those were her words that's what my childhood ears her written but that's what was absorbed in me and it was like my DNA got shifted on a different level and ever since that moment that little freeze everything is figure audible has been the single most powerful driving force in my life from helping me get out of a toxic relationship when I was very a young who's in abusive relationship helping me get every single job I've ever had since I was nine years old helping me get into college to get work studies to help pay for school you know any job I've had since then getting myself out of debt building a company every single thing that is valuable and meaningful in my life this phrase as has been the driving force underneath it more than that anyone I've had the opportunity to share this little simple idea with has then been able to adopt it and cry AH really powerful changes in their life and so that's why I'm really excited to get it out to our people's hands no kidding you hear the stories about your mom and then you hear that phrase everything is figure out and it's almost like your heart jumps a little bit because you hear that and you're like that's what it should be that is right it's so inspiring what do you think it is about that mindset that just has the ability to light people on fire we'll I think because it reminds them and US of something that we all know deep down but sometimes we forget and that's that each of us are born creators we were given this gift ability to change our thinking to change our minds to take ideas almost from the ether and make them reality I mean Alex the rain now everyone even listening to this show you know at one point in time podcast didn't exist right the Internet didn't exist looking around like I'm sitting on a chair looking at light bulbs I'm in a building in New York City someone had to imagine all of these things into being and then do the work that was necessary to change reality so that's the power that all of us have I think that our educational system just doesn't do a good job teaching us at enough age that we all do have this power and we can use our minds and our hearts and our desires to not only shift our own reality but to create meaningful change in the world that's powerful and it seems like the ramifications of this everything is figure out -able mindset. I mean that certainly obviously it affects the entrepreneur but I think it can affect Act the artists the athlete the person that works in a massive corporation organisation it seems like it transcends just the entrepreneur it absolutely does enemy if we think about some of the most transformative shifts and human history you know from the art to the sciences to medicine if we go all the way back you know Roger Bannister Breaking four-minute mile very shifty sports history and created a new reality for so many people that followed after if you think about John F. Kennedy saying we're GONNA put a person on the moon on and all of a sudden like whoa maybe not and then ten years later that happened if you think about women's suffrage if you think about the civil rights movement like you can just go down the line medical breakthroughs it always takes someone who has spirit of the idea that everything is figuring audible to then reach out into the future to stake a claim and bring all of us along with them and so to your point you know it doesn't matter if you're working in an organization your apparent your community organizer You're an entrepreneur your teachers her student we all have this innate wisdom in us we all have this innate power in this creativity and my job with this book is just to remind people of the gifts that they already have just to remind them to kind of amplify an awaken with they already have inside them a love it used the word awaken because it seems like okay once we possess that idea like Maria sold me everything is figure out I'm on board with Mariam let's do
A mysterious fast radio burst was traced to a galaxy 3.6 billion light-years away
"No this is not from your radio but an example of form of energy hold a fast radio boast that merges far away from planeta now for the first time an australian led team of researchers has determined the location of one of these signals transformed into audio for the human ear that has come from the galaxy three point six billion light years away it comes two years after researchers pinpointed a similar birth but this one is set to be different so what does this all mean and of course what exactly is a fast radio best i asked keith bannister the lead author of the study and astronomer at the commonwealth stein to fake and research organization it's a radio waves it's like what it says on the tin it happens very quickly in the blink of an eye so you can imagine it lost for about a thousand of a second and they're extremely bright so in that thousand of a second they shine full we can see them from about halfway across the universe But this is the first time that this has happened, right? i discovered in two thousand and seven and since then we've discovered about eighty only one of them which is one we call a repeat i which repeats has been really localized to galaxy we in that case we know it's home it's home galaxy but we've done this time is we've localized once i saw a burst that only happens once we've never seen it before or since and from that little shining did for that thousands of a second we were able to work out its name address and phone number it's a dress on the sky this is very exciting what do you think caused it well that's the that's the million dollar question for the and the other one that's been detected or localized to galaxy we have this model magneto model the magnetized is a type of star it's a type of neutron star to make magnetized usually neat need young stars magnetized loss very long you know they either die spectacularly oh you know become old and boring rockstars but foul and we actually found albus came from a much older and much bowl massive logic alexey than what we found in that first case so where does your research next very excited about this research there's two things that are really exciting is as i said working out exactly what they are where they come from and they come from a huge range of environments the second thing that's really exciting is that when we find foster radio vist we actually get straightaway how much guests on through and that's exciting because the guests between galaxies is where we think there's a whole bunch of meta hiding that we've never seen before so strong as an mkx terrible accountants right so we've lost half the matter in the universe so about four percent of
Ryan Fitzpatrick of Tampa Bay Buccaneers throws 3 first-half interceptions but finishes with 411 passing yards in loss
"Passed on first light coming into the Westwood One newsroom. This morning, the F B I annual crime statistics report is out and it shows both violent crime and property crime or down in two thousand seventeen when compared with two thousand sixteen last year there were more than one point two million crimes. Just that's a point two percent decline from two thousand sixteen. There was a point seven percent decrease in murderers and a four percent decrease in robberies from one year to the next seven point seven million property crimes in two thousand seventeen and that marks a three percent decrease from two thousand sixteen all seventeen pass now as Robert workman joins us. So Robert seen any. I dunno football recently. Yeah, I was down just one game last night. It was crazy. It seemed like there were a lot on Sunday. And then only one yes, just like the old days. There you go. That's right. Monday night football. The Steelers held off the buccaneers thirty to twenty seven for their first win of the year. Ben Rothlisberger pass for three hundred fifty three yards three touchdown passes. All in the first half as Pittsburgh built a thirty to ten halftime lead. Ryan Fitzpatrick starting in the place of the suspended. Jameis Winston also had three scoring passes. Well, four if you count the pick six by the Steelers DuPree that went the other way that's magic fizzled bet he had three interceptions as Tampa Bay takes its first loss of the week. Four begins on Thursday night when the Vikings visit the Rams it's also the first of the by weeks the Redskins and Panthers taking a knee taking a week off. Los Angeles could be without both starting Cornerbacks on Thursday night. I keep deletes going to miss at least a month with a high ankle sprain, Marcus Peters questionable for this week's game with a strained cap. As feared 49ers quarterback. Jimmy Garoppolo out for the season. He tore the AC L in his left knee on Sunday that was confirmed by an MRI yesterday. He'll go on injured. Reserve later this week CJ Beathard becomes the starter. With Nick Mullins promoted from the practice squad. As the backup three undefeated teams left in the NFL. The chiefs the Rams and the dolphins three winless teams the raiders cardinals and the Texans baseball on Monday. The Red Sox ripped the Orioles Sixty-two setting a franchise record with one hundred six wins and clinching home field throughout the postseason. Mookie Betts Wendy Indian shut out. The White Sox four nothing Corey kluber. You can call him a twenty game winner. He went seven innings and struck out eleven Cleveland. The first team to have four starters record two hundred or more strikeouts. In the same season. Kluber Carlos Carrasco Trevor Bauer and Mike Clemenger who hit the Mark on Saturday as thank the Mariners seven three they secure the last playoff spot in the American League sorting it out to which wildcard they're going to end up with the they're still alive in the AL west race. The ASTRO's beat the Blue Jays five three. There are step closer to clinching that American League West. But they haven't quite done it yet. Yankees deflected the race four to one that knocks Tampa Bay out of the playoff chase. And the angels edge the Rangers five four and eleven innings, Texas, by the way, if you missed it over the weekend. Manager. Jeff Bannister Don Wakamatsu filling in for the rest of the season National League pirates scuttled the cubs. Five to one Jameson Thanh went seven strong innings Francisco. Survelliance run Homer race when deep as well. Dodgers down the Diamondbacks. Seventy four David freeze had three hits including a Homer. He and Manny Machado each. Drove. In a pair of runs LA's magic number to win. The west is down to five just like the cubs in the central brewers best. The cardinals six to four airy theme scored the go-ahead run in the eighth inning on a pitch on an Arab by pitcher. By the pitcher. Milwaukee. Now three games ahead of Saint Louis in the wildcard chase. With the magic number of three to clinch homefield for that play in game. Rockies rolled over the Phillies tend to one John gray had seven strong innings, plus a basis loaded walk in the rocks. Five run third inning. Colorado. Just a half game behind Saint Louis for the second wildcard Padres. Black. The giants five nothing San Francisco fired general manager, Bobby Evans after back to back losing seasons. That'll do that. And the nationals nailed the Marlins by account of seven to three college football. The new rankings around API writers top four still the same. Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, Ohio State with LSU and Oklahoma. Switching spots for fifth and sixth in the coaches poll, no change in the top nine crimson tide on top followed by the Tigers BULLDOGS buckeyes and Sooners couple of big upsets over the weekend. Number thirteen Virginia. Tech lost at Old Dominion forty nine. Thirty five Old Dominion only. Brought back football in two thousand nine Mississippi. State number fourteen fell at Kentucky..
Naked Labs' 3-D Body Scanner Shows You the Naked Truth
"Goes way beyond a normal scale the startup naked labs has now. Made a three body scanner with a. Full length near that people can buy for their homes the first of, its kind it? Delivers information on your body things like weight? Height, BMI measurements the company just raised fourteen million dollars led by the. Venture capital, firm founders fund and signed Bannister one of the firms more recent partners and an early Uber and. SpaceX investor joins us now here in the studio great to. Have, you on the show so is. This something that you. Imagine everyone would have in their homes like a? Scale or is this a more niche, use case originally the goal is. To have, it, in every home to begin, with you, know it's going to be the person who buys a. Politician who's really cares a lot about personal fitness and so the price. Point is higher to start off way well it's thirteen hundred dollars a scale it's more. Like twenty Okay televisions when they first started out they were in twenty three thousand dollars for the flat screen. TV's you know if you're a pioneer in the space and someone who's an early adopter you're paying more but eventually. We can drive the price down scale. How does the technology actually work has sensors that actually do depth reading, and so you? Stand on the scale and you put your? Arms, onto any tried it I haven't tried to get a highly recommend. One highly, recommend trying it we'll try to hook you up with doing one but you basically stand on a. Pedestal the pedestals turns around then afterwards in about a minute. You, get what looks like a silver. Surfer image of yourself Image and they're able to see, a three d. model of yourself so talk to me about the potential here the kinds of. Information that this can give you? At how, it might change, your life or how you live it well you know I think that we are scale obsessed and we're obsessed with. Numbers that don't really ultimately matter, for your health and so on a scale and you're like gosh I'm two, pounds heavier five pounds heavier ten pounds heavier but. You're. Working out at the gym and, you're making dietary changes those changes are actually really matter and so when you, actually get a three d. body skin you can see what those choices, are actually how, they're impacting your body like sometimes when you work. Out you're gaining weight and so you might become discouraged if you discount? On the scale every day what about the privacy issues here I mean we're so concerned. Especially in light of the Facebook data scandals what, companies know about it. About us how they are using that data if, they're being honest about it if they. Even know where data has gone naked labs takes that very seriously and that's what it reasons why all of this Ganz are done on device, and then the only thing that's only stored there Does not go back to the company the only thing that you. Get back to the company is that little silver server surfer image of yourself so join founders filing now a couple of years. Ago and you an angel investor before that you've backed Uber? You, back. SpaceX what do you think. Are the big mega trends right now oh gosh Well I know what I'm personally, passionate about I don't know that I follow the market and try to figure. Out what the biggest trends are but. I'm personally very passionate. About the future of entertainment and so, I've been doing a lot of investing in that area and so I've. Been, turning over rocks and basically I? Don't know, if you've heard of like hot, tuning Mieko which is a burchell popstar and? She's a hologram billions of people watch her but also there's little, Michaela on Instagram she's a virtual influencer so I did a? Seed investment there, and so there's things that, I'm looking at and trying to figure out okay what is the next Pokemon go you know read an interface with our phones how is augmented reality going to impact us and so there's. Just things I'm really excited you invested in Uber do you think scooters are the next big thing or. Not I think personally my personal opinion is no but I do think they are necessary for certain people like people are really. Happy about them and their cost effective affordable way to get? Around town Have ask you about Nealon since you invested in space it's tesla earnings day founders fund back tesla Does that. Concern you at all that, this is he's running two companies. He's got a lot of side projects he's tweeting all the? Time including right now minutes before called does, that concern you as an investor from an. Execution perspective, we're pretty bullish on Ilan as you, know we're very proud of, everything that, he's accomplished and yes it is a lot to take on but I think that he's. You know showing that he. Can do it But you know I don't speak to? On on a day-to-day basis I actually don't, even know the breadth of everything he's doing. What about, bitcoin founders fund has made big bets, on crypto currency which is, you know, it's actually been an unusual turn Venture in. General do you think, that are, you still bullish and do you expect to, make more investments they're given the volatility in the price I mean. I know everyone's excited about. Blockchain but let's talk. About the value of team we are. Still bullish personally I'm also still bullish so I I don't know if you know the term but I hold, on for dear life as a. Store of value I think it's incredibly valuable it's basically digital gold it's not the best way to transact and so. I think there's going to be other types of currencies.
Roger Bannister, first to run sub 4-minute mile, dies at 88
"The middle of the thirty minute nonstop news blitz abc i don't know if you've heard of this story though we were talking about the passing of barbara bush of course yesterday and now the story that liberal college professor saw that was brought up yesterday called barbara bush racist and cheers her death not just that she was racist but he she shares her death stop dancing on all right so an english professor at fresno state university did not share people's sympathies she gloated about how happy she was that mrs bush had passed randa jar professor of english at fresno state tweeted barbara bush was a generous and smart and amazing racists who along with her husband raised a war criminal then she is what is the f word she says f word outta here with your nice word what is her twitter hand i'm gonna look for right now is see what else it's randa r a n d a jar r j r a r comes right up and everybody make note of that and let her know what you feel about this for someone tweeted back at her oh you so woke enjoy your woke points and rhonda jarrah writes that person bag saying yea thank you i'm using them right now to dance happily on the grave of someone i despise it's so fun and by the way i give her full privilege in first amendment via doing your she pleases but first of all honey i assure you should gloat about your academic pedigree there fresno's fresno city college city college and you know and goose you've bragging about her tenure the she also tweets all these people that you know giving her a lot of flack over this sweetie i work as a tenured professor i make a hundred thousand a year doing that i will never be fired i will always have people wanting to hear what i have to say even you are one of them haha i can i can't imagine that the faculty would now i just you know again i don't think you're right that fully fully support her privilege say whatever but how you're bringing in your your job and your university into the fight and they're not gonna like.
Roger Bannister, first runner to break 4-minute mile, dies at 88
"F thirty five fighter jets at burlington international airport and police lieutenant matthew sullivan said simon wasn't the only one charged with disorderly conduct three protesters were arrested among other things the protesters were cited for using loudspeakers to simulate the noise made by f thirty five fighter jet the city is just admitted that it's illegal and that is harmful and dangerous by making these arrests burlington voters go to the polls tuesday for a ballot on the f thirty five issue mona rivera abc news more on the academy awards still going on in hollywood there's no golden globes style fashion protest by organizers of times up you initiative to combat sexual harassment host jimmy kimmel dove right into last year's debacle the infamous best picture mistakes said kimmel whose year when you hear your name amc called don't get up right away give us a minute roger bannister is dead as a student at oxford a 1954 bannister became the first athlete to run a mile in less than four minutes former world champion runner steve cram talks about banisters legacy his achievement in in 960 full you'll live with him his whole life in it but it in spite so many people an and also i think inspired a resurgence in british middledistance running bannister went on to become a world renowned neurologist was eighty eight this is abc news people make.
Roger Bannister, first runner to break 4-minute mile, dies at 88
"Why and co authored the assault weapons ban that expired he now wants a formal assault weapons debate on the senate four background check loopholes closed and protective orders against those who have no business owning a gun and he's counting on students tobacco every politician including leader mcconnell and speaker ryan know that they could lose their elections and lose their majorities if they don't do something real even heart for cbs news new york president's controversial trade tariff explain now in black and white by democratic west virginia senator joe manchin on cnn west virginia the average work will come to me and say hey joe don't you think we ought to charge countries that have sending his products the same as we do we send them products just a fairness the president has put this on the table i welcome a british prime minister theresa may telling president trump his threat of a trade war has her deeply concerned deadly nor'easter knocking out power to more than a million people a third of delaware county pennsylvania in the dark right now kyw tvs eletion service in haber town not a single house has lights on it and that's because the power is still out here at our throughout the region and the county are a direct result of all the trees there were knocked down this storm nine deaths blamed on that fears stormed the fourminute mile first wonder do it just died in may 1954 on a cinder track in oxford england roger bannister became the first german to run a mile in under four minutes twenty five year old medical student came from behind then after breaking the record fell exhausted into the arms of his coach alexei well i think i was very lucky although his record stood for just forty six days it's bannister who will be remembered he went on to become one of britain's top neurologist roger bannister was 88 larry miller cbs news london winston churchill.
West Virginia teachers say schools will "remain closed" until Senate honors deal
"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein, West Virginia's teachers say they'll continue their strike for an eight school day tomorrow. The decision comes after the state senate passed a four percent pay raise last night, less than the five percent negociated with Republican governor and approved by the House of Delegates Molly born of West Virginia Public Broadcasting reports the House and Senate are now at an impasse and will work out their differences in a special committee. Confusion reigned in the capital when Senate lawmakers mistakenly Pastor version of the pay raise bill that had some of the same key aspects as the original. The day was emotional, said union leader, Christine, Campbell there, folks who came out of fear frying. They're folks who came out of here angry because they feel like they're being used as a political football. Another union officials said, the strike will go on indefinitely unless teachers get the 5 percent raise. Their demands also include an overhaul to what they call a. Lot health care program for NPR News. I'm Molly born in Charleston, West Virginia in Syria, government forces and their allies have broken through rebel front lines in eastern Gouda outside Damascus reportedly re-taking a quarter of the enclave the BBC, Sebastian usher reports the pace of pro-government advance his into eastern Kuta appears to be picking up speed. The aerial bombardments have diminished somewhat of a devastating week-long campaign earlier this month, but on the ground. Frontline rebel resistance is reported to be collapsing. A source in the enclave told the BBC, The minitry situation was beyond critical. One group of fighters is reported to be negotiating terms of surrender for the town of Ms rubber. If a deal is agreed that would open the road for pro-government forces to cut eastern Gouta in half. And in the meantime, the humanitarian crisis is growing more dire. Aid is not getting in Germany's five-month-long wait for a new government is over as. NPR's Seraya Sarhadi Nelson reports from Berlin the centre-left Social Democrats today agreed to join Chancellor Angela Merkel conservative bloc in a governing coalition officials from the Social Democratic party or SPD were up all night tallying some three hundred seventy thousand male and ballots two-thirds of the members who voted said yes to their party joining Chancellor Angela Merkel new government. Many social democrats remain uncomfortable about partnering with conservatives because they blame their last joint Coalition for the voter backlash last September that left the SPD with historically low returns, but growing German frustration since then over the lack of a new government and concerns that new elections could lead to even worse result for the SPD led most of the parties critics to back down the new government is expected to start work in the coming weeks. First Mackel will have to be re-elected chancellor by the German parliament on March 14th psoriasis or heading Allison NPR News Berlin. This is NPR. Italians are casting ballots in a parliamentary election today is being held amid concern over immigration and unemployment. The vote could reveal whether Italians have adopted. The Populist far-right sentiment that is growing in Europe. Lines have been long all day blamed in part on time-consuming anti-fraud procedures. The vote culminates a bitter and sometimes violent campaign. The first man to run a mile in less than four minutes has died from London. Larry Miller recalls the achievement by Britain's Roger Bannister. The winds were gusting up to twenty five miles an hour at Oxford's if we Road cinder track on the sixth of May 1954 coming from behind Roger Bannister broke the tape to take his place in sports history, completing the mire with a time of three minutes fifty nine point four seconds Afterwards, he said he was lucky. Banisters record stood for just forty six days. Running was. A time pursuit for the twenty five year old medical student and Olympian and a few months after his record-breaking achievement. He retired from athletics to become one of Britain's leading neurologist, Sir, Roger Bannister suffered from Parkinson's disease. He was eighty eight For NPR News. I'm Larry Miller in London in willow Alaska more than sixty mushers in their dog. Teams are getting ready to take off later today on the one thousand mile I did or odd Sled Dog grace and adventure. That'll take them over dangerous terrain ending up in Nome on the coast of the Bering Sea. I'm Barbara Klein, NPR News in Washington. Sir.
Roger Bannister, first runner to break 4-minute mile, dies at 88
"Five wbz news time twelve 55 will the president in mainstream media were all smiles last night on top forty at least for one night there was a truce of sorts between president trump and mainstream media he attended one of the annual washington media dinners the grid iron club and avoided terms like fake news choosing instead to make fun of most everything and everybody around him a couple of times even about himself he spoke for about a half an hour joking about things like his soninlaw's troubles would security clearances and his attorney general's recusals tom foty cbs news washington the first runner to break the fourminute mile barca's died we hear the stories from the bbc's joe wilson 25 five anastasiades on the named what roger bannister achieved in 1954 was like a lunarlanding the 20th century scoot bannister though vein and rival greece chataway is in place at a time to take evidence based on the run a mile and stopped the clock before it reached four minutes it 1954 this was a match it could come by daria of human achievement a feat that would redefine what was humanly possible and it would fall to a young medical students to join gough laps brancheau gives way to tack away managed a superb tactician has suffered some criticism in the past but adopting his own rather unorthodox training methods and paying dividends now roger bannister was eighty age wbz news time twelve 56 it is time now for today's edition of car chronicles it's not the latest greatest but it's still gets the job done paul gm ford battle it out the big suv category toyota's sequoia flies just below the radar toyo letting me dry out of the core you're just in time for a big snowstorm and i'm glad to tell you it did the job the sukhoi against.
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Roger Bannister, first runner to break 4-minute mile, dies at 88
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