27 Burst results for "Betsy Ross"

Why Is Carmine, a Dye Made from Bugs, So Popular?

BrainStuff

04:41 min | 1 year ago

Why Is Carmine, a Dye Made from Bugs, So Popular?

"Red Velvet cake and strawberry ice cream aren't only in the. They'll satisfy your sweet tooth. They likely share common ingredient made from a not so common source that gives them their red to pink Hue. That's Carmen a natural Red Dye, also labelled as cockatiel extract, e, One, twenty or natural, red dye four, and it owes its beauty to a teeny tiny bug, the female coach Neil Bug to be precise. In addition to its possible gross out factor, this tasteless FDA approved extract has a history full of. and. Intrigue a Betsy Ross even used this bright red dye to make red stripes on the very first American flag. The Koch Neil is a slate bug that feeds on prickly pear. Plants grown throughout Mexico South America southwestern United States, and the Canary Islands off the coast of Spain. The male Cockatiel plays its own unique role in nature, but it's the wingless legless female that interests dye makers. If you go looking for her, you won't find her vibrant red bounty on display. The female Koch Neal's grey exterior is covered in a white powder that protects her from predators as well as the scorching sun. And since the juice from CACTI her only source of nutrition, she boroughs in his. A bit stubborn about releasing her hold. In order to harvest the Koch Neil, the prickly pear pads are cut and brought to factories so that the bugs can be pulled out and processed, but it takes some serious people power. Approximately seventy thousand continentals are needed to create just one pound of die. That's a little less than half a kilo. Once harvested bugs are dried ground and mixed alcohol, solution or other compounds like borax. They give way to a vibrant long-lasting die that can be used to make colors from scarlet purple to pink to Peach. have been used to color everything from textiles to pottery, since the Neolithic period or New Stone Age with the majority, sourced from vegetables, plants and trees. Bugs have had their place to not only the Koch. Neil, another elusive die associated with wealth enroll status. Tyrian purple was made from the glands of snails. Neil bug is native to Mesoamerica. The AZTECS are believed to be the first to use Carmen to fill their lives with stunning shades of Crimson, when Spanish colonizers arrived in the Americas learned about Carmen and built enormous wealth by monopolizing the cockatiel market Spain kept the source of the color secret, and even made export the die a legal punishable by death. Coveted by the wealthy. The Royal Family is in the artist's crossed Europe. This die created fertile ground for contention. Those cumbersome and secretive production methods certainly made Carmen expensive. The car itself was an explosive part of Carmen's mystery and popularity. We spoke with Amy Butler. Greenfield author of the perfect read via email. She said red is the color of blood fired that end desire, and we can't help it. Respond to it on many levels. It makes her eyes dilate, and our breath come faster, and it's freighted with symbolic meaning. Also there are very few natural dyes that make a lasting bright true read so good ones had the value of rarity. Ounce ounce. Kacha new is the most powerful natural red dye in the world. That's why it was prized. When industrialization arrived in the mid eighteen hundreds, the demand for textiles increased dramatically and created a need for more cost effective dies. Chemists began to use petroleum and coal to formulate synthetic ones ultimately reducing the need for the Cockatiel bug. The shift towards synthetics pushed Carmen to the background, but it didn't disappear, and now it's making a comeback. Showing up on ingredient lists for anything from cake POPs to lipstick. Greenfield said when reports started linking synthetic grads to cancer and hyperactivity, and as people started taking an interest in natural foods in general, the market for catch. Neil began to rebound. So if Carmen is a natural product without the negative long-term effects of why did the coffee giant starbucks along with numerous other companies? Stop using it to add colour to their products. Well Carmen is safe for the majority of people can cause an allergic reaction, and besides that safety concern folks like Vegetarians vegans and people who keep kosher helped advocate for the change, but no matter whether you find eating a bug, appalling, fascinating or dangerous for such a tiny insect. The Koch Neil Bug has certainly left a vivid mark on culture, beating attractions, the beauty and power of red.

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"betsy ross" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on DV Radio

"Anyway back to betsy. Ross so fight three. You're working on getting this thing published and other than mean you try to figure out zoom that one night too bad. I didn't cord that fiasco God boy with the storm. That night Do you have any dates in mind if you don't want to talk about that's perfectly fine That you're hoping to come out with it or that you want it to come out That way people can be getting ready. Like I said you don't talk about dates or anything like that. Now we can cut this out podcast and throw it away. I'm shooting for as soon as possible. They I mean definitely within the next month or two would be nice and do you mind if we talk about what we discussed a little bit. So I mentioned that we may or may not have a certain guest on Patriae on with their book series And it's Betsy Ross and We are GONNA do the same thing for her Book Three that. We are doing with Pts Dog and Carlos Book. Why is that Doggie in the store? And it's going to be a women amount of signed copies and all the money's GonNa go back to Betsy. I don't care what she says. She Can. Hush and keep math closed. But all you can hopefully look forward to that and the next month or two you. She said because those dates are coming up fast. Yeah 'cause me and her mate made a deal. As far as dates goes I.

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"betsy ross" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on KTRH

"Stand up for Betsy Ross isn't that a gorgeous blue fleece right away if you don't have the dental cam we have the entire video Frank's appearance in the ticker at Rush Limbaugh dot coms you can watch the whole thing but if you're watching the show on the dental cam that is Matt Kemp Nelson who is a gold star with who was one of the families benefiting from the great work of the tunnel to towers foundation she was on the set today with Frank and here is a portion of his appearance today with Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade were very grateful to Russian Catholic Bob without their donations to the listeners to Russia show would not been able to do these songs that donated over four million dollars for the stand up for I believe all right the stand up for Betsy Ross T. shirt and I was watching the patriot last night and there's a scene when he's coming over a hill on a horse and we don't want the American flag attacking corn Wallace the British it's the Betsy Ross flag that is coming all within the H. R. stand so much for our English and why and they sell apparel including this fleece right got a whole new little hi I'm going out for Christmas he wants to raise more more money for us and we can't do without once again without their money we would have been able to live with these three mortgage free homes this year to these great heroes and so I mean they've they're up to fourteen or fifteen I think this is three just in in in the recent past and throw the picture back up again because that that Frank seller on the right with with Mecca Nelson she was the recipient as she is the gold star when her husband killed in action and tunnel to towers was able to pay off her mortgage and it's not the fox is not Catherine and me it is you we have been able to donate four million dollars and counting to tunnel to towers on the basis of your purchases of stand up for Betsy Ross merchandise at Rush Limbaugh dot com at the store tab there are E. I. B. store and Frank was right we have increased we have added to the apparel line we've got a airlines strictly for women different styles different sizes we've added fall and winter apparel now and Frank as model to different places yesterday and today this blow when that he has on right it's just gorgeous there are hoodies long sleeve T. shirts V. neck tee shirts as any number of things there's also stuff in the store and it's not law god would stand up for Betsy Ross there are gift packages featuring items autographed personally might me we got a really well stocked for the holiday season.

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"betsy ross" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

15:35 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on DV Radio

"It was at this moment that he knew he fought tax. THATT's Paschall. Don't you think you should rephrase that. Mama Mama Mama Mama said did at mom good day Sir and that's very this week. We're going to start it off here in New York City why New York well of course it's a country right new the New York City Department of Education wants to ban longtime in lunch room staple chocolate milk. The chancellor cited health concerns saying kids already getting too much sugar and it shouldn't be from their milk. The New York dairy farmers argue that schools would just be just be lowering kids milk intake chalk already banned from school cafeterias and several other major cities like San Francisco and Washington. DC So yeah we're going to ban chalk out. I'll really want to kill somebody somebody right now burst off first off the amount of sugar that is in chocolate chocolate milk is nowhere compared to what it is and say I don't know a snickers bar and they bitch and complain Marquette won't drink white route. 'CAUSE IT tastes bad. Well give them some fucking chocolate milk. You Dumb Shit. It's not going to kill them. If that's the only way you can get them. Drink fucking walking milk. Let them have their chocolate milk as long as they're not set and they're going after junk food shit twenty four seven your kid. What's one or two things chocolate milk day seriously come? The fuck on people anyway like fruit juices. Amount of sugar is in a fruit juice use or even the one of those little stupid ass. What is it the pouches as Capri Sun Things Yami come on? There's gotta be twice. It's not three times mature and one of those in there is chocolate chocolate milk for crying out loud before people start spurting off. It's made real free Jeez yet by percent. That's about it. I know up here. They tried doing that banned the chocolate milk strawberry milk and all the flavored ones for a while but they will be brought them back at least the kids would drink them. All the others were just ended up in the trash on opened yeah and if you've got soft drink machines that you don't set a timer on most kids are GonNa go buy them. I don't know a coke or a sprite or anything the ADS mores sugar and chocolate Mac your bike and ray well and then moving down the road a little bit a Pennsylvania man dropped explosives on ex-girlfriends the property from a drone say prosecutors lady drought explosives or he dropped. The dues says he had a man arrested in June for for allegedly dropping explosive devices on eastern Pennsylvania community. Via drone was targeting his ex girlfriend's home according to prosecutors. Let's see see they. They took the the man into custody would after he was linked to the explosions evidence at his home in his business tied into several explosions in the township since March. Wow how while the the while his motives initially unclear prosecutors now say he allegedly used a drone to drop explosive devices onto his ex-girlfriend's property he hasn't been charged with detonating any explosives but currently faces charging charges of knowing knowingly operating an aircraft the drone without registration. He's one of the neighbors surveillance cameras caught at least one of the explosions wait he's not been being charged with detonate knit but a neighbor caught one of the fuck and explosions what it says how how did this whole allegedly shit when they know for a fact or call you camera doing some. You won't watch it way MOTHERFUCKER. You see it didn't you. There's bucking evidence right the mother. Puckett denning ain't no allegedly to one of the neighbors that was interviewed said one day I was driving. I was was in the driveway doing something all of a sudden I heard them. It rained nails. He said came out of the sky. They dropped down from the sky. Nobody was around. Nobody went by Hi and through them. They just dropped from the sky. The neighbor suspected that the person and he claims he confronted him and asked him to stop but the explosions solutions got worse rain and now my God it's raining sales. Were they like woodworking nells or hidden. Hills doesn't specify sixteen inch any nails you know hey both investigators did find seven improvised explosive devices in nine firearms including multiple. Ar Fifteen rifles semiautomatic pistols in his possession our God what's Ban God because a dude used explosives yup correct ghetto Pennsylvania gotta love it damage needs something else to do with their time. that's what happens when you have lack of technology in your laws table you start blowing up people from air withdrawals and nails ah shit move across the pond now over in the UK solid gold toilet stolen from from Winston Churchill's birthplace. I was going I was going to ask do they have a solid gold dirt in it as well. Needles has grown. It's early golden this time he neak solid gold toilet was part of the art exhibit was stolen early Saturday which the last Saturday as a matter of fact from the magnificent home in England were British wartime leader Winston Churchill once more wonder thing you presley you know the the golden piano the Golden Toilet I just WanNa know how the hell they got it. Adler Anyway toilet valued at roughly one million pounds or equivalent to a hundred or excuse me one point. Two five million dollars has a gold toilet. It's only one hundred pound. They just don't worry about the police said it was taken early Saturday by thieves use at least two vehicles because they've been connected to the publicist bubbling system Lisa the toilets removal costs -nificant damage and flooding leading to the building. Oh Shit that pig as fucking toilet no kidding prior to the theft visitors of the exhibition could be could book a three minute appointment to use the toilet proved popular when the toilet was on display the artist intended the gold toilet pointed to be appointed satire about excessive wealth whether whether it's whether you eat a two hundred dollar lunch or two dollar hot dog the results are the same toilet ways. I mean that's something you would see and like. I don't know a hospital except it's got gold all over it. That's the type toilet we're talking about here. People holy how the fight you just up instill that you don't just fucking pull it from the guy down wall and a fucking horror at me porcelain one one is kinda difficult to what will you know with one person but I mean a solid gold and I think it says it's like eighteen carat so that's not not a fucking light. Ask God Damn if you've ever held eighteen carrots and yeah they're like an F. D. Like son of and it's got a seal around the bottom there if you look in that picture and then it of course it's bolted down so how the fuck did they take it from the wall. Be pull it from the seal and the boats without anybody knowing I mean in three minutes come on that was an inside job that had to have been an inside job nuking at at four fifty eight. PM They were called right says yet or no they left the spacious property operative at about four fifty. Am so you mean to tell me they just happened to be there early in the fucking more and taking shit on the fucking golden until it hey I would. I still this bitch now. Maybe they got walked in. This isn't night at the museum frosty never know the literally aright nor you come back over to this side of the pond and we're GONNA go all the way out to Montana where a woman uses a hairdryer to stop speeders in her neighborhood says a grandmother mother and Montana is is now an honorary state trooper. She wants cars in her neighborhood to slowdowns so she took matters into our own hands with a hairdryer her picture was made famous on Social Media when let's see it says the forgot to slow down and there are a lot the people that are complaining about the can't walk ride their bikes and wouldn't even attempt riding a bike rounds there so she took matters Enron hands is he were talking about. Maybe something would slow cars down so we decided to put me in a chair and I guess use a hairdryers a speed thing that the radar for Paul you their country folk his her son took a picture tweeted it out in the trooper sought shot and kind of spread it everywhere. I'm not even make a joke about spreading it everywhere with grandma they made the trooper said that they thought it was a great creative idea for the public trying frank combat what little bit without making people to upset somebody was way upset. Hell row grandma in trying to drive my goddamn Porsche through here motherfucker. How am I supposed to drive my Maserati? The way as opposed is to be driven when you got this stupid radar out Bright Gaidar. I just WanNa know how many people she actually fooled. I mean if she's not there any kind of a uniform actually slow by slow down. I don't think it was still doing this well. I don't think it it was the hairdryer so much as it was the fact that she setting the side of the road. That's the picture I sit in the chair. She's got a drink in one hand and a Red Solo Cup Holden this fair drier out yeah and she looks like she's going do you won't made at the camera for Walk Woah. You're going to put it on the TWAD. Is that what you say. You're going to go tweet tweet tweet. Wait you go you go on a plot him. Why would you do that? Is that all the news well yet because six already covered the rigid the Michigan Oh. I thought we got a mountain lion when seven that it's at the bottom I'll I'll do it. motherfuckers fuckers anyway from the red-headed blackbelt news that you're a community throughout the triangle whenever the flight that means they're new you still wearing just chilling them bayside road porch this afternoon. What the actual fuck the son of a bitch always missing there was a that it edited edited edited that anyway back to the mountain line in what appears to be an adult outline took a stroll through a neighborhood to the southeast of Arcata? Guess that's how you say this afternoon and even relax is to bid on one porch. We still it around two o'clock said Porsche Herger who lives with her housemates near Murphy's market of Bayside road a place which she describes says pretty busy. She told US my housemate so there is that I thought it was just a cat. It was Kinda chilly on airport steps. She said they they could just see it said later it went under their deck and began move it around the yard was making sounds. It was chirpy almost ACA Hass cat but but a lot more powerful she added it was there but when we noticed until it lasts for five ten minutes at it just Ed's like that's the end of the article that's it I would want to know some more about that article but apparently that's is not what happens at the redhead black belt where the where does Google find this shit. Actually that was a google story wasn't it Snafu sent to US okay because I was gonna say if Google Google found that what Google story it was wasn't yeah. She said they don't Thursday to she. Find this. What's up fuck? What does she do all day to find shit like this does she just randomly set there and search like weird shit like I know I do but that's debris? You guys content which you guys. I haven't heard in a while because I'm working on a lunch shit but that's a different story. we're talking about Joe News Anyway Eh but if you guys didn't hear her bridget the midget powers did stabber boyfriend. I'll I'll read the the article from Te'o Z. is turned into the Fuck anti-us anyway. bridget went ballistic on her boyfriend during the argument that leads her allegedly..

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"betsy ross" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on DV Radio

"The Sunday morning morning. Coffee Show brought to you by who you Laura Coffee Roasters Oh shit it so now that we're in the second part of the show house. Everybody's week frosty since you want it to work late tonight wanted to start us is out an Asshole Devi fix that it not me but it's the truth eh pretty weak working in the rain. You don't WanNa give any details or anything. Count The puck on. We gotTa Goddamn got them to our show. I'm trying to fucking time. Mother fuckers okay fine. I'll wait wait. Wait wait. You guys would suck in an Improv abroad class. I'm just going to tell you that right now. You've listened to our show. Haven't you guys do more on Frag drag out than you ever imagined possible on here. It's very little in dead air but we have never more. Oh Oh I if that's the way it's going to be. I'll just kick your ass. I down I mean it was pretty much a mm-hmm exciting week strip off the airfield so they can move some place around it raining so playing out in the rain all week. So how much longer do you you have to do that another week and then we go back over to the dark side. Why does the dark mark side frosty? God yeah well if you if you've been listening you know where where we go pee on airplanes well if you've been listening I'm trying to fill a fucking to our got. Their showed people wanted to pre show. We got the PUCK and pre show. Dare we go yeah and it's like. Can I go back over to get a side of the airfield where you get to airplanes from the middle of the night so that that's probably right now Gigi every time I hear that Word Frost I think frosty the snowman. I think a Wendy's 'cause you know chocolate frosties good. So how was your week. I fucking sorry. I was about to say you better get near that fucking microphone. Everybody was bitching earlier because you remove in sorry sorry. I'm GONNA have to bring it down so you can fix it. I didn't know you were headed home. I find out yesterday through a video after the fact that you're in Massachusetts. It was like Oh good deflecting. No Yeah wasn't supposed to get back until yesterday by I you know how it is. This is the first one where like halfway into it. I mean it's great. I I love meeting everybody everybody but I was miserable. I was in pain and it's allow work at you know on the road eleven out of fucking camper generator that I bought was held up and did the right thing. Power was good by between the bird man Edberg getting at each other she is that fucking bar got her picture taken six seven times a day a day easy easy. It's like she's famous. No it's good to be back. I got out today did we whack and burning and basically trying to assess you know everything that needs to go on and basically we need money had the board meetings the staff meetings and meeting with the resident they're doing good. I said that what else I don't know. I'm kind of out of it now 'cause it's. It's nine forty nine well. I'm going to that that means D six is GonNa wait. I can't have that earlier because if I had an earlier than people at night will start fucking a bitch in that we don't have a show at fucking night. We strive rum. No I did not I said if you if you wanted to do something before the show we could record our you said. Listen listen almost a year almost a year ago. I said if you didn't want GonNa be on the show at night we record you during the day and we would play you during the show you said okay. Let's do that every time I asked you to do do that. You said I don't have time so I stopped asking you. I never said we would you earlier. Okay and went to the big. You know what I gotta go to bed. I WANNA get up there before. Google gets home. Now I get most of the bed or she's not home tonight. She's with her kids. I was going to go but there was just too much to do you air. I haven't seen our kids. I haven't seen the kids in two months since it can't be true but that you know what I when I say see the kids that means I yeah I get to go to Kelly's roast beef probably seen the kid you just get to go to college. Because you get to go to Kelly yes ripper amps Griffey Damn Scrapie and then tomorrow guy go get everybody's guns you know and I gotta think up some facts that aren't real facts to fit a narrative the so and then I can run for the presidency. Hell Yeah you're taking away. Everyone's guns hail. Yeah discuss it. I actually I should go now before I screw this up anymore. Four and I'M GONNA go pinch one off. Okay Hassle. You are asshole Kazakh. You Suck it was great. Kelly's your week was to bed. We did a lot of writing around except for was Friday Thursday Thursday. I was playing in the mud yeah scene and we had a dig on the other side of the flight line. Water walgreens main broke so we're down there you know wait for the plumbers to command fix everything up down and old fix me. NFL back in of course it has been raining up your last week so all that the Nice mud that we had we hold that off but some the deal are some crap than whole basically just rocks so we didn't have to ride ride around in the mud so but yeah it's pretty fun the normal day-to-day mowing of the grass shit so it was a it was a good week though at least you had thought exciting and muddy wake up good recoil you still with us brother. I'M GONNA say no since he still beat it anyway. We have so much to do with Devi radio. It's not even funny between the shows that we've got the need to go into production and and everything else to say Oh oh my God has so much not enough people so you want to join. DD radio because you know this is more than just pastime email us at only get Davey radio dot net and let us know why you want to be on DVD seriously. Let us know why you want to be on TV aradio. He's got a show. That's already out there or you have an idea for a show that you want to record but make it a TV radio original. Maybe you want want to just do a few minute segment here on one of our shows. Let us know pitches ideas. Go for it again. That's only get DB radio DOT net and he'll get back to you as soon as possible that he'll send it to me and I'll get back to you see this possible either way. Somebody will get back to you soon as possible.

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"betsy ross" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

18:04 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on DV Radio

"We're here. We're alive. I guess that's half the battle. Yeah recoil sounded like he was getting smothered by pillar there for a second for all right well DB six apparently got back into the show. Yeah something happened. I thought it was on your end then and I realized I think it might be mad that show. How much did I miss well? We literally just started the show. That's awesome so it's your turn. Oh how's everybody doing all the fun in our pre show we have a great time and everybody's happy and stuff it. SORTA like you know prematurely that thing you do once a year sex yeah so that's what's happened once a year because I haven't had that in one year for the last ten years I'd say DNA to him but I'm not into that God damn what is up with your computer tonight. Is it fucking up again to go in high. You're going low you're in between. I don't know what's up with this. They really don't really wanted to stay on tonight but it's it's spinning wheels here. that little circle thing that means something sloughed yeah and it screwing everything up well. L. Didn't stay awake all day to just leave out any I'm on how bad is it. It's okay right now. Okay all right well anyhow back at the farm I want to thank everybody who supported DB me farm in dvd and me and the bird on this trip was great to see chappy out in Colorado Springs. All the fans ends on my God bio so many people come up to would not just at the event but on the road out there in Colorado Springs while I was getting gas sure at home depot a lot of people that recognize me come up and said I mainly most of them said they weren't sure but the bird give it away that that was the consensus Nice Yeah a lot of people asked about you. Chappie did and his wife and and then the fan hand and for the page which I know it's not me but there were a lot of people in the event it was non-stop paraded people coming on over to our booth to say how much the page meant to them. are that saved their lives. I heard that common theme and alike yeah I just post the means that would be recall in and you know the other moderators. That's great it was it was it was nice. Oh shot in the arm. It was good to hear and it was great to see people and all the support it did socked. My health is still in the toilet I. I think it started when I started on the road. I mean I wasn't that active. At Your House. Either was able God he must be doing something well anyhow so just wanted to let you guys know that at the end of the month on exactly the end of the month guide you guys loaded so much stuff in the champ trying to find this brochure on Saturday September twenty eighth from two to eight PM Liam Oh well this won't work. There's a fundraiser. I don't know where I got all the information except words at I know it's a Massachusetts man. It's a concert concert. There's like six bands and food and vendors and stuff like that so I will get back to you on where this is ABC. Ah That's great so Saturdays. It says it's at the boathouse. I don't know where the boathouse is at looks like it says into nine four Tinson borough road draw cut drake's drake it okay drake at mass us all right so if you're in the if you're in drake kit is near north shore. I don't know it's it's hard to reach listeners. I'm pretty sure but he's not dracula yeah. I'd snare lull okay so if you're in eastern mass area main southern Maine Hampshire Vermont on this guy is put on on Chris Murphy's done a similar event like this in the past and he's done an outstanding job so voice so oh big shout out to did disgruntled vets thank you to Subzero mission dot org all based out of a up painesville Ohio there right outside of Cincinnati. You guys were hostelry was nice. Thank you for your your all the information on what you do this group of our veterans out there they got this bus and they got people on the ground and they're trying to get homeless in off the street but mainly during the winter when it gets really cold out there in Ohio they're out. They're passing out coach boots. They showed me their warehouse showrooms with these kick ass winter boots and all that subzero mission dot org check them out. We're looking to do a collaborative effort this year this winter the help each other so I may a be taken right out there who else a shout out to the wet spot bar wet spot liquor. You know I've I've been thinking about this and you guys can help me on his boat. You're probably too young but recall year here right. Yeah you remember the the movie The bad news bears from the seventies or favorite loses a kid well it got me thinking the DV farm and my resident. We're like the bad news bad news bears of programs. We've got the the wet spot liquor bar Dr that spots we remember there were Chico's bail bonds. You're talking about the one with Walter Matthau right I know was it yeah. That was the original yeah the original the the the new one had billy up Thornton it. It's awesome what's his name Patrick Deodato awesome guy who had his own battles with demons demons and all that when he got out and he got blown up over in Iraq he was a marine and up so I actually taught talking to him on the phone on the the ID fucked up so bad that has voices different. I didn't know what his voice was but I'm only talked to this guy on the phone so when I got out there to North Dakota I was expecting to meet this fifty sixty year old man and it's not it's like thirty year old guy who talks like he's sixty. I was like holy. Fuck Donald a lot so yeah so what else anything else you want to know anything that you haven't told us all. I didn't tell you guys got. There was an the accident with a camper on the way back. I've added several yeah there was we we had the tire issue and thank you to Kelly out oh coming out and help me fix that and then on the way back Naiad structural problems with the trailer to Camper I got rare handed over the back wall is fucked up. I don't know I might be able to get one more trip out at night. It's just GonNa just fall apart so I've really start saving. It reminded again another one what else to do it was great to come back in the two residents the Junos ones. We're still here great on another guy graduate while I was gone until we do have beds. We got the college kids coming again. I don't know if I told you that they're coming from rutgers university this winter just good. I'm just I know I haven't been posting a lot on the page and all that and it's like what the fuck for. I'm just going to get band so I've just been doing live. Videos does but hey I am anybody. Come back from fifty one with any aliens they also need five people shirt up of was that all it was Twaddell was there he made an article about got it on. DVR thoughts dot com nice so I do want to say if anybody who's listening is one of my patriots orders just so you know you guys helped fund road trip to where fund paid for all that gas and auto stuff like that mainly. That's related made out of camper. I think I went to one one hour a shoutout to rape whistle I that's DB We rape whistle. He's the one that's donated a gift cards. The homeless fats here and a lump sum donation but he's a great guy. I went out visit him in Minnesota and he bought me lunch. He said I bought him lunch when he was ear so couldn't argue with that so so me and the bird went to restaurants while we're while well technically three but it was released. It's not really restaurants barbecue place so speaking about area fifty one some porn stars traded the outside area apparently mid bridget who got arrested for trying to kill her boyfriend and biting his deck off well that was in use and now yeah that did happen she uh the midget powers or whatever name is he decided to trying to grow up a little bit my wheel still spending but I guess I'm doing fine so that's it what else I mean you guys. Were all talking. That's all I got I mean I can't do. I do too much more on my own without other people verbalize themselves. Oh we were talking personal stuff. I like the one with the the infection yeah that that was nice. I of redoing the radio website. That's it's not publicized or anything just a screen shot but I am redoing that completely make it a little bit easier for everybody mobile users as well except for the chat you still have to turn your cell phone on her tablet sideways e landscape so you can see the majority of chat. There's no way around that yeah got a new show. That's going to be joining us in the next coming weeks. He's going to be all WANNA see next week. September a timber twenty eight will have him all talk about who he is and all that and then um where you're talk radio we're moving forward with working with them and cross promote and collaborate and then doing some shows together so movin Nice so lot going on Yep Yep and I think I told you that shooters express out of Charlotte. North Carolina has now a sponsor of Duty Radio so oh I I don't. I don't know what they were smoking that day but if it was some gun barrels they need to smoke a few more of them. They don't WANNA lose them. Oh Shit Oh man. Oh gotta gotta you need breed. They hold on hold on breathe. One of our buddies is leaving his job. just just posted it so I just want to share that with the radio crew Oh man so like God what else is going on wait. Is that real you fucking real. It's a real post. I mean I know the post Israel but is this real. Is this going to happen to six more times this year before we go into two thousand twenty or this is the only thing that came to mind baby baby. They leave a job. That was never really a job it goodwin recoil learner right for my mom's basement. I'm GonNa tell you leave in my job the hill oh we we will be having Mike Gordon. Do you guys remember him the author that wrote as with Hal Moore Yeah. We're going to have him on on. I believe October fifth the talk about his book. That's coming out. Tom Cat theory I'm really excited to read that book. It's about what is it that fourteen so that should be really fucking interested. I can't wait to have him on. I was working to get Betsy Ross on I told you betsy I would read that book and you would come on you said after I read that book awaiting love you girl Nah. She's a she's really busy so hopefully as soon as she is able to work barracks talking to her schedule should be on to talk about the fight original thirteen stores fled snow. This is the author folks I don't think back to many people have realized that the author's name the same spelling and all that that you just mentioned recoil but yeah If you if none of your familiar with it go to Amazon and go look up the fight series about Betsy Ross she's got her first two out that she's working on the third and fourth when as we speak she will be releasing the first two and self publishing them herself because it's it's a nightmare. You're an author of musician artist or anything to go through any company. It really is especially on a low budget so if you've been tried to get it I get it now. That's that's got to say about that. It's a really good series. I think you've read it to you right point. Yes I did actually downloaded it to buy my kindle APP read on my phone so made it easier to retake with the IT wherever you needed to go and it's definitely a interesting eye opening. I'm serious yeah I don't want to say too much about it right now until we get betsy all on but if you want a harsh reality to PTSD depression and all all of that that's the series to read if if you easily get triggered or emotional with anything like that take your time I'm sure can testify to the fact that it's a really ease it really easy to read book. I think it's around one hundred pages. All of them are and I think I told you guys you weeks ago. You can read it one word one sentence one page one chapter at a time. It's that simple -Tory and it's not these Harvard Grad fucking essays either. It's it's how we talk. It's how anybody in normal society. He talks as to the way it's written so if you WANNA check that out in your interested again that's fight. All Bet by Betsy Ross us. 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"betsy ross" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on KTRH

"Betsy Ross Standifer Betsy Ross tee shirt people have been at Russia mention this we have mentioned on purpose two reasons the shootings and folks we needed we needed time to fulfill the orders that have come in but we're going to work we hope to finish shipping everything by Tuesday and you know what the total number T. shirts as we're going to be close to three hundred thousand of these babies three hundred thousand stand up for Betsy rusty shirts we had another shipment of printed shirts just arrived today at the warehouse so now they've got to be I just think we categorize placed the right bands that we got a ship I'm right back out to people who have ordered them this came up again today on fox today the American newsroom show with bill Hemmer talking to Frank seller who's the CEO tunnel to towers which is the charitable beneficiary of proceeds from the sale of Betsy Ross that ever Betsy Ross T. shirts at Rush Limbaugh dot com by the way that's where you got them the store tab Rush Limbaugh dot com here is a little sound bite from Rush Limbaugh has done for you on some of those T. shirts yes how much money has he raise for your organization so far it's three million dollars just unbelievable it's unbelievable because I went on I was on fox and friends with them we named ten mortgages that we paid off six mortgages were paid off in full call soften the houses that we started construction because of that but listen that's three million is on believable it really is and this happened inside of a month we've been at a little bit longer than that but we were unable to start fulfilling orders for the first week we had to scale up rapidly when we saw the the overwhelming reaction here for three hundred thousand T. shirts fox that meant that three million is three million and counting and people's will those are going to be any more well just stand by folks we right now we're focused on making sure we get everything out we hope again hope to have everything out the door and shipped by Tuesday and then the fulfillment staff they haven't had a day off since this began so we're going to give each of my half day after working thirty days straight we figure that's being fair clouds a little bit more than that by the way one more bite Shannon now spokesman here was on also this morning on fox she's the window of marine corps staff sergeant Christopher slick man killed in Afghanistan Frank it's been amazing and the whole time the towers foundation I told the the story before that's we yeah on the worst day worst ever life we found out about Chris passing away and they walked in and said your mortgage is taken care of so everybody knows that's the biggest bill you ever deal with inform my girls to know that we were going to stay in our house and we don't have to worry about moving or any changes was a big deal it helps you focus on what you're supposed to focus on which is my kids my girls just one less thing to worry about you're able to focus on it yeah college in making sure that they have their day to day needs met every one of you with that purchased a stand up for Betsy Ross T. shirt made that possible for Shannon slope when the and.

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"betsy ross" Discussed on How Neal Feel

How Neal Feel

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on How Neal Feel

"I don't and I don't think it will and I and I don't. It's not like people's problem to worry about bombs but it's they're running a business. You know but the reason why I don't think it will not because it's like she's black. They won't bomb. It's because the way studios run and the way people make movies. I'm sure you know he's like it's the most risk averse thing it's like. We're only going with something we can like prove yeah. There's like the thing is they put will in in in Aladdin and so we saw Donna is in all his movies she's will wasn't black Zoe blue right. Hello there blue green or whatever goes black for a little bit of Aladdin I think he is he turns outside of the Blue Guy but he's but he's always been green and blue. She's never been black. It's so fucking sad and then no one ever notices. Oh does it black and they make her a different color mutants yeah so so I don't. I don't know what they're I'm excited but I also think I I do appreciate when brazen comes out over the stupidest thing like a cartoon. Have you seen the memes. The racist means no other like it's like Ariel and then it says like don't change my history Torri in as an American flag in the background. I'm just like I know that I know that one yeah that mermaids not a nationality Sunan ethnicity <hes> <hes> I'm surprised I'm sure someone made that hair joke but whatever well there's okay. Let's get to more so this kind of speaks the same thing so capper nick got the betsy Ross shoes killed. That's the danger for Nike of having. They're trying to do the right thing right but it's like the bit I've been known about. There's no liberal. It's liberal enough right right. You know it's it's Betsy Ross I. I'm fairly well versed in in racist symbolism and Shit. I didn't know Betsy Ross was considered a betsy Ross. The fact that it's the thirteen star flag that the shoe was like which was like the fucking colonies wrote I mean they weren't great people in terms of like Rabea in terms of a bunch of other ships no I know I'm just saying that like you can't even wear if we're if we can all agree that wearing you know a like a Indian like O._G.. American in people Indian headdress little insensitive or you know what I mean like. We can yet but that would but that's not that it's not that these weren't slaves shoes. These were Betsy Ross. That's I don't I believe that that you could put anything on that flag in terms of what it represents well what it a women the women weren't allowed to vote back then but it just was like our past last are settling passes not a great one. So what are what are what is a corporation who wants to when is it when it get good. I'm not saying he got the debate is not what about that because I I get what you mean like. It did what year can Nike Commemorate. I just wanted like what years like from them any symbolism under sixty. I don't care I don't care. I don't care I'm. I'm just saying for the sake of argument. Why make shoe celebrating our settlement? I mean it seems a little like what do you mean why love celebrating Foundational Shit right but if it doesn't fully fully go in line with like the sixers had had a jersey that had the betsy Ross stars no no. I no other way all black except for J._D...

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"betsy ross" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The Betsy Ross flag with thirteen stars to represent the original colonies was created during the era of slavery so the Betsy Ross flag and they pulled it and we all know what happens and it's just it and it is the other thing with the Betsy Ross flag it's being used by white supremacy groups and and and all right groups and things like that it's it's been kind of just taking over hi jacked look you know first of all you had Doug Ducey the governor who just so that we don't want your money here Nike and we don't want your your your we didn't any manufacturing Ernie this stuff in the next days were Nikes and he just like just shot right at some point in time you can look at every symbol right and you could make it offensive you can make it somewhat offensive that phone that you're caring right now right Sir but he got a phone what's your weird out we got one of those ones that are stuck in your house was weird phones we made that slaves to make it are you sure not so much slaves but think about who's making these phones in places like China and Vietnam and the amount of money they're getting in the way they're being treated when you find out more and more every day think about the issues with the sweat shops in places where they make Nikes right could you not say something like every day I when I when I drive in here I pass an area where because I live a little bit more rural because I don't like people a chance where where where where I'm at the girl out of cotton should we get rid of cotton because if it's offensive right should we get rid of this American flag because it's offensive I mean sure you can find something in everything where you can go back at some point in time you got to stand up and say you know what this is kind of ridiculous this is so I said I said earlier that when I watch the whole thing this weekend was stolen I watch is great lie in and quite frankly again is the my vacation when I don't watch six hours of Stalin documentary and I'd see just but every documentary ever ever ever you think I'm I just I I and when it comes to World War two and and Stalin and Hitler and and chairman Mao and all of these all right I'm sitting there and I'm looking at this and something that they said about Stalin when they were talking about he said let's destroy the past and make a clean start that we're doing I feel like I feel like that's what people want to do that's why I tell everybody the constitution to a younger generation means nothing it was written by old white guy should powdered wigs who had slaves who were bad people who were just the worst kind of human beings who mean nothing to this nation and everything that they did was built on evil slavery and should be torn down and rebuilt so it means nothing to that end they're being told as they go through school that it's awful it's horrible these people are bad get rid of this person get rid of that person everything that they've done we are we literally whitewashing history is what they would like to do it all of those things aside I cannot see the great people they wonder who they were for the day that they were it but at some point in time you have to also look back and say you know what though on that foundation that they've built look what we have look.

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"betsy ross" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dot and my less consumer access dot org the lady only the Betsy Ross flag when an embarrassment there I am in Israel watching this I can't believe what's happening in my country the Betsy Ross flag all of a sudden it's the it's the flag of the clan I never saw it as the flag of the clan but if the Klan steals the Betsy Ross flag for its own use what is I have to do the Betsy Ross flag per se so the anti defamation league which in the past has been quite a good organization but today not so much it's run by a left as he used to work for Obama but I was shocked this is the Jewish journal they said the Betsy Ross flag as innocuous the anti defamation league center on extremism senior research fellow mark coverage whatever his name is told the Chicago Tribune or eight P. whatever was on July three that the Betsy Ross flag as innocuous and it isn't typically used as a white supremacist imagery but it didn't matter to Nike because Capen X. said removing yeah whatever you want yeah yeah we'll do that yeah yeah just do it will take a while removing now the anti defamation league's spokesman told it was C. N. B. C. that white now while white supremacists occasionally use the flag he's never seriously thought about adding the Betsy Ross flag to the eighty house database of hate symbols we view it as a central innocuous historical flag he told the AP it's not a thing in the white supremacist movement so now we had a whole controversy the pseudo event around something that's not true Betsy Ross's flag is not a symbol of the clan of the neo **** here you have a group that monitors symbols hello she won't actually we we we've not seen the Betsy Ross flag is it's come to be known used very much by these groups so Catherine exiting around us the executives at Nike are cowards ending around Mrs in a self centered they banned they removed a graphic from a sneaker that's not even a fence because people wanted to be offensive but it's not a fence and there's days and days of the bay they bring the city had Michael Dyson what what is that guy's name Michael Eric Dyson that's the guy they bring in he's the hit man if you will for the left any time they really want to Stoke the flames stir the pot of race he among others it's going on and on about that flag in the swastika clear the defamation league says actually that is not a problem with that scoops I won't matter it won't matter and then you have this idiot A. O. C. A. R. as I am affectionately caller no they get letters like RBG because he's a left wing cook former general counsel the ACLU on the bench a reliable left wing cook all eight RPG and now we have a see why now well they're both a crock in my opinion and she's quoting eva Peron the former First Lady dictator of Argentina and a **** sympathizer any communist sympathizers a **** sympathizer any Stalin sympathize.

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"betsy ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

23:59 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Control room much to mine to my relief and thank you so much Marie I appreciate I appreciate how hectic it can be in there we are talking about the vilification of the Betsy Ross flag by Colin Kaepernick when he leaned on his side the company that he works for Nike he's one of their spokespeople to remove their Betsy Ross sneaker that they were going to put out there for July fourth that has the Betsy Ross flag that's the flag with the thirteen stars representing the thirteen colonies in a circle on not on the field of blue with the red and white stripes I was saying you know it was represented the country when they were still slavery here therefore he was offended by the flag and a lot of people have taken offense at that the governor of Arizona has withdrawn a financial package from Nike who are manufacturing shoes there I'm Ted Cruz has come out and said yeah I'm not buying your sneakers anywhere the anti defamation league generally on the side of the political police are the political correctness police say yeah no there's no problem with that flag they basically say it's most commonly used by people for patriotic purposes we view it as essentially an innocuous historical flag it's not a thing and the white supremacist movement yeah you don't a little little thing like you know reality impact you if you're calling Capper neck and by the way he decided to try to tweet something on the fourth of July he decided to quote make a do a quote this weekend are from a from the fourth of July speech from Frederick Douglass with this is what he tweeted if he did this little excerpt along with a video I think video of of I don't know what that video as a pet it's sad the quality picked wise what have I or those I represent to do with your national independence this fourth of July is yours not mine there is not a nation on the earth guilty of practices more shocking and bloody than are the people of these you cited states at this very hour good evening one of those people that believes that you cannot judge see our figures in the past through the lens of today you have to look at each person is being a man of that time but if we work and you start doing that let's take a look at Mister carpenter for just half a sack okay you are as our old social justice warrior is to guide the call before your profiting from slavery I mean you this is not one of us is not **** repair repair or on a computer or on a phone that hasn't been made by you know practical slave labor of from the Far East in Cork Nike her history of using our sweat shops that were now yes to slave labor they took the nineteen seventy so Colin Kaepernick is actually making money off of a different type of slavery we always come through and do the right thing in the at and this lately grub I think that this country has made great strides and to listen to people that that only camper neck in a few others that basically tear down every advance that's made like well this is the most horrible crime you're living in the end it's just it's it's a not for you know what I'm saying I do I do know what you're saying and I appreciate the call Gerry very much thanks for calling call me again I love talking to you Sir thank you so much and we're gonna take a break I'm Nancy shack and I'm sitting in for Dan rates nine on I said we have an open line the number is six one seven two five four ten thirty or if you're outside Boston it's one triple eight nine two nine ten thirty I remember hearing people and read articles about going after everything not just the confederacy and not going after about the going out to the Massachusetts flight did nine yeah yes is it has it has a yeah has an arm and a sword over an Indian yeah so early it's not going to stop and and and I've been around these people this being around Richmond which is a big college town feel like mad mad dogs ideological but you know me almost brainwashed you cannot reason there's no common ground in it's the young generation and there's more of them than a full baby boomers and and this pharmacist why goes the log in your area you say that you'll want to uphold the law okay you have no problem with them out you know president trump breaking the law but you can all be what lie did he break what yeah sure general yeah he was not found guilty he was not charged with obstruction of justice no we're in there did it say I'll be no we don't pay stop let me spell I'll give it back to you in a second no where in the mall report no where not a single page does it say that the president committed obstruction of justice not a single page in there says that I don't believe the and read them all report I think you just got out what you've heard on TV no that's not no you don't patronize me probably need help when I because you just made this incredible statement to me that he did it says he committed obstruction of justice it does not say that I read the entire thing more than once it does not say that anywhere according according to one moment okay he left it up to me to do their job so what you're saying is that we are profiting from taxpayer side with Dan rate the news watch never stops WBZ newsradio ten thirties I'm meteorologist markers.

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"betsy ross" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is this all along the whole night Betsy Ross flag controversy of course very fitting on the fourth of July and of course the revelation that we had on our show earlier this week they have with this massive stink about the Betsy Ross flag as it's known the original thirteen colonies flag with the stars representing the thirteen colonies in a circular fashion on the flag and now that that has been demonized and Colin Kaepernick and Nike have decided that all that's represent right are representative of slavery and its it's abhorrent and it's damaging to you know those that are trying to make amends for the slavery issue in the in the country so what we have Colin Kaepernick and Nike have now unilaterally decided that absolutely torpedoed the Betsy Ross flag so on this very program earlier this week we brought you this amazing discovery that during Barack Obama's inauguration his second term January twenty of twenty thirteen right on Capitol Hill right in front of the capitol that hanging behind the president were a series of flags different iterations of the US flag and the outer core the left outer side and the right outer side Worf flanked by the Betsy Ross flag so folks to simplify the Betsy Ross flag was good enough a black man or technically if you want to be a hundred percent accurate I have black man because as a mom was white dad was black it was okay to have the Betsy Ross flag at Obama's second inauguration but it is a pariah to have the Betsy Ross flag or a depiction of such on a Nike shoe I'm invokes the whole argument absolutely completely dissolves your eyes as soon my executive producer described it earlier this week to me all my god you got to take a look at this this is a a cold Mike dropped moment that's the the proverbial drop the Mike big big big deal about the Betsy Ross flag in the Nike situation and Colin Kaepernick effectively calling all the shots of Nike and now we find out earlier this week back through the photographic evidence it was discovered or wait a minute Barack Obama had the the the the actual the real Betsy Ross flags hang a right behind there along with the current fifty star flag and the one of the of the iterations you know prior to our all of the states joining the the union was all series of flags that were hanging from the capital behind the platform with the president was taking his oath of office for a second all your rage I mean literally really a Mike drop moment just a follow up here on Schmidt Hey back to the president and the fourth of July celebration yesterday and the fact that the president heads a has blamed the teleprompter going out for the airport snafu that's just funny folks nothing political here I'm not passing any judgment there's no one don't look under you know the any layers here for any deep meaning it there's no debate it's just funny I guess what he is I don't care what side of the aisle you're wrong you should be able to at least laughing at something funny and and this was funny yeah the president was talking about we are the fighting force that was well I I guess it was created by by the Continental Congress back in seventeen seventy five and the president was talking about are already ma'am the air it ran the ramparts and here's the audio again this is there's no criticism this is just funny and sometimes he's gonna be a little laugh at yourself and this was just the you know a folly hello it ran the ramparts it took over the airports it did everything it had to do and a Ford McAndrew under the rockets red glare it had nothing but victory and it was the bottom line is we did not have the airports back in seventeen seventy five that is just funny and also a ton of the the trump critics are giving him a pass on that so that was good to see you know we did have rain coming down I mentioned at the top of the show that they needed to install a set of windshield wipers on the the front of the glass the bullet proof glass to protect the president you know clean off the the glass or or lease they could squeeze you it in between the fly overs when the camera was on the president's some guy kinda you know run in there you don't get a guy from a full service gas station with a squeegee to just do the windows there to get some of the water off but the president said that the teleprompter when out it was a blurred that it actually go out all together our E. here's audio earlier from today and the president was on in a White House grounds get away to walk over to marine one and he was talking about this to the throngs of media as he spoke to the media for a long time about about twenty minutes the president was answering a whole ton of questions today.

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Gavin Newsom uses controversy over flag shoes to urge Nike to come to California

Dennis Prager

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Gavin Newsom uses controversy over flag shoes to urge Nike to come to California

"California governor Gavin Newsom he backed nineties decision to ditch a new America theme sneaker on Wednesday urging the company to relocate to his stay after the Arizona governor Doug Ducey slash his administration's financial incentives towards the shoemaker Nike bizarrely abandon the Betsy Ross inspired sneaker after former quarterback Colin Kaepernick said it contained racist

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Nike, Colin Kaepernick And Majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell discussed on Nick Digilio

Nick Digilio

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Nike, Colin Kaepernick And Majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell discussed on Nick Digilio

"News Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell weighing in on the Nike American flag controversy McConnell is urging Nike to reverse its decision to cancel production of shoes featuring the Betsy Ross flag the company made the decision because Nike spokesperson and former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick complained it was flown during times when slavery was common and that the flag is now used by racist groups Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it's time to do the right thing I hope not he either releases

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"betsy ross" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of the decision by Nike to pull this Betsy Ross flag Michael Eric Dyson the dilemma we talked about yesterday well compare the best Iraq's Ross flag to the swastika and to a burning cross I kid you not what about the argument that someone made this is PC culture run amok if you will thank you once but this flag on there sure why are people so upset about it yeah because it you know words matter symbols matter too why don't we wear a swastika for July fourth because I don't know it makes it makes a difference the cross burning on somebody's lawn why don't we just have a nineteen you know celebration of the court well because those those symbols are symbols of hate so we can take PC culture back at the Betsy Ross flag is a symbol of hate like the swastika and like burning a cross honestly what do you say we say this what's the point Colin Kaepernick is offended it is offended because of what because of the flexible connection to slavery and that has what kind of real world effect on anything it affects black people's self esteem where are you where black people have higher self esteem than white people do what's the point you know Nike stock over the last couple years have been down and I was interview this morning and somebody asked me why I suppose Mikey Nike pull this I said because I'm not there demo I'm not their demo their demo is the kind of people who think like Colin Kaepernick thanks and they're probably perfectly happy with them pulling the Betsy Ross flag I can to a swastika in the burning across honestly what about the argument that someone made this is PC culture run amok if you will thank you once but this flag on there sure why are people so upset about it yeah because it you know words matter symbols matter too why don't we wear a swastika for July fourth comes I don't know it makes it makes a difference the cross burning on somebody's lawn why don't we just have a nineteen you know celebration of the court well because those those symbols are symbols of hate so we can take PC culture back it's amazing to me the people who will cry the loudest about PC are the ones who didn't show up on the difference first occurred who do who didn't defend the people who were victims of white supremacy or racism or sexism and misogyny but now pop up and say Hey let's not be too PC if you wait for the battle if you have been celebrated the process you cannot claim the product so that what did you just say but now pop up and say Hey let's not be too PC if you wait for the battle if you have been celebrated the process you cannot claim the product if you ain't fought the battle field and celebrate the process you can't claim the product at this point I think people need to be honest about it and say it's not a matter of PC there many people within our communities of color who understand complexity complication you can't have it the way you want it but something so glaring and so apparent that has to be dealt with absolutely stunning absolutely stunning Fred is in Marietta California Frazier and Larry Alicia yeah I just want a well first of all thank you for taking my call and second I just want to mention about Nike I don't think they I think they purposely did it as a PR stunt this show how left they could be and they like you said their demographics and then also I think it was sort of a job interview for like the career reading in the lebron James and they're all you know sort of a little bit more left wing than probably we are and then they have the free agency they did it the day after free agency when curry Irving went to the nets and John gray Jordan and all my friend they they really went live they really they really went far they literally sent to shoe out to out to retailers and had to get them back so it seems to me it was just the start there to put it out online had calling cabinet react to it and say okay we're not gonna do it no there's been a lot of money they made the issue they sent them out and then there we call them so I think they got blow back they didn't expect that's what I think thank you very much for the call appreciate it triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. more on Nike decision to pull its that the Ross.

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"betsy ross" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nike in the Betsy Ross you which was shuttered never made it to market I think that's a fake debate the only reason people are outrageous because the association calling cabinet because he was named as a person who had influence who had sway who had some say as to why that shoe shouldn't be released because it is an immense the Betsy Ross flag is something which has been a co opted in misappropriated by extremists neo **** Nike is in the business of cultural movements not political ones and people who are matters thing that make you anti American and let me just say again if you don't want to buy Nike don't buy Nike I really don't care their company step I don't support for any as any various and sundry reasons like I will never ever do business with Verizon wireless again ever under any circumstances I will not I will not do business with Starbucks the reasons why another day another show I will never buy chick fillet again right this is a part of what we call free market capitalism if you don't want to support the company by all means and might not support of companies is not to say I'm going to bring them down I'm gonna take money out of pocket now it's just a decision by me is like I would rather not have my money go to those companies there is no question though that when you mention calling Capranica Nike there's no question that Colin help move the needle a little bit for Nike not too long ago yes and his opinion has a lot of weight in the black community which is a huge customer were not easy more broadly I will call him a cultural icon absolutely like him love him load him he's a cultural icon and his opinion matters up in those certain still feel economic groups who really support night you on a global level Nike did not suffer financially by the inclusion of Colin Kaepernick into its marketing campaign so by extension is opinion matters their stock went up when his billboards went up yeah and I try to tell people is not just how you see the world it matters how other people see the world as well and I'm gonna use some other examples which had been appropriated by extremist groups far right ideologies well the the frog creator just one another lawsuit against info wars because of misusing that imagery a meme right it it now means something else too many people and just because you as in you in your car you listening on I heart radio may leave it a certain way it doesn't mean that that's the predominant perception or there's not necessarily a a downside or negative perception and then it's up to in this case the creator pepper the frog won that case to that the Nike brand whether they want or comfortable with certain associations even unintended and people say well what they just put a regular American flag on I don't know I don't know and if you love American you love the fact the need should know from flag protocol you shouldn't be put a flag on issue anyhow and selling it this is so very later but let me just say this and this goes to just because you may see something a certain way doesn't mean that there are other equally competing ideas I will never wear a Kansas City Royals hacked in Los Angeles because I know AKC hack having nothing to do with the Dodgers is getting performance that means killer crip you probably didn't know that I did not know that but I know that and although it's a local association it's still there is imagery and there is an association of people may not be aware of and just because you may be a Kansas City Royals fan and it doesn't mean that to you it doesn't mean anything did you know that the Boston Red Sox hat is probably feature by bloods in Los Angeles yes the Seattle Mariners I know that that means Roland sixties Crips and I'm just talking about on a local level I'm trying to keep you connected to sports so I can get a a an association of apples and apples most people don't know the Minnesota Twins hats that's crucial mafia I know that most people don't know that and you know the people in Minnesota may not care but when you're talking about a specific global brand in terms of Nike all they have to figure into the equation not only for the perception but also it puts me in danger Betsy Ross we're just dealing with the perception and who knows someone may take actual on bridge if they see you wearing Betsy Ross makers if they specially no disassociated now with neo **** or if it's featured in the next neo **** rally all I'm saying is if you don't want to support Nike don't game played out this equation and Ted Cruz can't change that is the Gary Shenzhou mo Kelly infer Gary scanning KFI am six forty more stimulating talk now to marker X. within.

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"betsy ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"End they put this year together I strangely then check things out much enough detail but after the captain XR is it you know why is he spoke to them kind of on the DL as far as I know just said you know this flag here using the Betsy Ross flag is now a symbol of the KKK and other hate groups it's interesting that's a problem is a matter of fact if my memory serves some organizations required flying of that flag at their eight meetings the clan an anti black hate I didn't know that most of us to have no that hadn't known that and a lot of headlines when a blast out this story they don't tell you the reason why which I think is rather think of them it's important right in the headline to explain that some people don't just see the headlining off half cocked thank in god cabinets gonna gone off the deep end as I understand all he said to them was Hey you know this flag is now KKK symbol.

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Doug Ducey, Nike And Colin discussed on Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Doug Ducey, Nike And Colin discussed on Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

"Arizona governor Doug Ducey says the state will withdraw financial incentives for Nike to locate here the governor is upset the company yanked it's Betsy Ross old American flag theme sneaker after objections by former NFL quarterback Colin

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Arizona to pull incentive for Nike plant over sneaker recall

Arizona's Morning News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Arizona to pull incentive for Nike plant over sneaker recall

"A series of tweets governor Doug Ducey announced a Nike won't be getting any financial incentive dollars the state was providing the company to locate a good year this after the company decided to yank its new Betsy Ross sneaker which featured an old American flag Betsy Ross of course is credited with making the first American flag Nike pulled the product after former NFL star Colin Kaepernick said it was offensive governor duty says he's disappointed as it shouldn't take a controversy over issue for our kids to know who Betsy Ross is and he adds it was on its economy is doing fine

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Kaepernick moves Nike to pull flag shoe

Glenn Beck

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Kaepernick moves Nike to pull flag shoe

"White House former NFL player Colin Kaepernick push Nike to pull shoes with that early American flag design the Wall Street journal reports the former forty Niners to be told nineteen he considers the Betsy Ross flag offensive because it was for a time when slavery was common in a number of states thank you greed saying quote it is chosen not to release the air Max one quick strike fourth of July as a featured the old version of the American flag

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Nike, Colin Kaepernick And NFL discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Nike, Colin Kaepernick And NFL discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"Nike is recalling a new sneaker over objections by one of the companies and door stores former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and others on social media the heel of the shoe features the Betsy Ross flag designed to during the American revolution a symbol capric says is offensive connected to an era of slavery the sneakers were shipped to retailers who were then told by Nike

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Nike Nixes 'Betsy Ross' Flag Sneakers

Investor's Edge

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Nike Nixes 'Betsy Ross' Flag Sneakers

"Ninety isn't nixing shoes with an early American flag design after former NFL player Colin Cabernet complained the former forty Niners quarterback Kelly Nike he and others consider the Betsy Ross flag offensive as it was flown at a time when slavery was common in a number of states

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Nike reportedly pulls flag shoes over concerns from Kaepernick

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Nike reportedly pulls flag shoes over concerns from Kaepernick

"Ninety is pulling shoes with an early American flag design after former NFL player Colin Kaepernick complaint the Wall Street journal reports the former forty Niners quarterback told Mikey he and others consider the Betsy Ross flag offensive because it was one at a time when slavery was common in a number of states the flag with thirteen stars in a circle on a blue field and thirteen red and white stripes was flown during the revolutionary war and early days of the US Nike had planned to release the shoes in celebration of the fourth of

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"betsy ross" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey, everybody, we want to tell you about the brink a new podcast from how stuff works hosted by Ariel cast in and are good pal. John stricklin yet, they tell stories of entrepreneurship took a bold step out knowing really what's on the other side like people who chances like, Walt Disney betting his company and his house on the world's first feature length cartoon. Yes, no, white and the seven dwarfs apparently, even his own wife Lillian and his brother ROY tried to talk them out of it. And wall site shut up shut up all of you a making it and he did. That's right. You're gonna hear stories like this every week stories of trials in triumph featuring men and women who took that bold step. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Okay. So it's about here that we should kind of go over the Betsy Ross legend because what we just described as in eighteenth early nineteenth century American woman who is a Quaker and an upholsterer and her love life and her children her offspring. Yes. That's it. That's all we've got. So the flag story for those of you who aren't familiar with this is that when Betsy Ross was hanging around for upholstery shop Wedneday in Philadelphia. And I believe seventeen seventy six I think June seventeen seventy six when they say it happened three men came in that trio, including George Washington, George Ross who was remember her first husband's uncle, and then a man named Robert Morris who is a wealthy man known as the financier of the revolution and considered one of the founders of the US financial system. These three come in very very important men and as legend goes Betsy Ross recognized George Washington immediately. And they said MS Ross we need your help. We we have to were part of the continental congresses flag committee and we've been tasked with coming up with the flag. Will you help us create this flag? And she basically said let me see what you get. Yeah. She said we'll first of all my husb-. Passed away six months ago. So why are you bothering me of people? Right. And uncle George was like, I know, but you're still family. You still got Ross on your name, and this will make for a good story later. Right. So she looks at the the design and she said, this is not bad. She said, but you may want to change the proportions a bit and her real in. This is kind of the one thing that I think most historians do agree on is that her one big change design. Wise was changing the star from six pointer to a five pointer. Right. If you if you agree that that Betsy Ross did have a hand in making the original flag than yet. You probably say, that's probably correct. And apparently just because it was easier on her to cut. Yeah. I think though that they were saying like five pointed stars would be harder than a six point seven. She said, no, no. And like without her scissors and cut up some either cloth or paper and showed them. How easy wasn't there? Like, oh, that's beautiful. Awful and George Watson was like are. We still talking about this. Can we go? He's like, why am I gonna upholstery shop? Why am I in this story? It doesn't even make sense that I would be here. Oh, save that. Okay. So they said sure that's fine easier to cut you've proved it even though George Ross over there. Trying to cut the six and proof are wrong. The sun went down came back up. He was missing a fingertip. And so they said that that that's fine. Let's just do it. And they draw the new sketch. They incorporate hurt her new star. And they said get to it kind lady. And she did. And it's a it was a big flag. It wasn't like this was when they were gonna fly, you know, out in public. So it wasn't like a little tester flag. Right. So it took a while. And what would it take a few days? Maybe. And she finally says here's what I've got. And they say this is great. Let's see how it looks on the massive ship hoisted up ship, right? And they said all right. I think we're good to go here. Everyone today. Basically, that's it. You know, it's just occurred to me Chuck is how closely our history of associates resemble drunk history episodes. I know except for sober, right? But the so the flag is it's been proven on this massive ship. It looks beautiful and they go back to Betsy Ross, and they say Betsy organ, eat a lot more. These the implication is commerce takes over and Betsy becomes wealthy and secures her her her place as one of the the important figures of early American history. That's right. Here's the thing though, is that there is no proof or evidence at this happened. This all comes from a story that her grandson William can be told an eighteen seventies. So she's been fast away for what thirty years more almost close to forty. Yeah. Between thirty and forty so she, but but it wasn't like she died a hundred fifty years before when her grandson wrote it down like he had known her in his lifetime. Yeah. And he said that his aunt had told him this ten years before and said this she. Told me the story he recounted it probably in a much nicer way than we just did. And he told this in a speech at the Pennsylvania historical society. And this was you know, eighteen seventy eighteen seventy Sixers right around the corner. Everyone's getting all all hot and bothered by the upcoming celebration. Right. And I think everyone to sort of well, we'll get to the reasons why. But everyone definitely bought into this like this is great. Let's run with it. Right. And so here's about where historian say, okay. All right. So William be produced the story in a speech to the historical society. It took place a hundred years after the thing happened almost forty years after Betsy Ross died, it's family lower. And apparently, they got other people from the family to come testify. Like, yes, they've heard this story multiple times in very similar interational. It's like the story of how our ancestor. Grandmother an or whatever she was to them. So the first American flag, and they say, okay, we don't think that the Ross in clay pool families are liars by any stretch. They're not just didn't make it up. You know, right. That's kind of the the the the what's it called? When you give somebody the benefit of the doubt disbenefit of the benefit of the doubt. That historian Cindy give the families that they're not just like liars who made this up, but but it is family Lawrence O historians kind of approach with a little bit of grain of salt. The thing is there's no other family in the United States who saying actually, it was our grandmother who made the the first American flag or my grandfather was at that meeting. And he was the one who came over the stars. There's nothing like that. There's no other competing stories to this. What to this family story? The reason why historians take with a grain of salt because again. Like, you said there's just no documentary evidence whatsoever to show that it ever did take place yet. And there's like there are few flags here red flags that is about why this may not be true. What I think is that it is a version of the truth. And then history tells reps a good story around it, right? There was no record of a flag committee being formed. The fact that George Washington was there is just doubtful in and of itself as a huge superstar army general in American hero that he would be like, we're kind of kidding around. When he's like, why am I here? But why would he have been there in person not only that this is this was recounted by William canby as a a congressional committee for the flag? And there's two problems with that one. George Washington wasn't a member of congress. Right. So again, why would they send him along with this committee? Eighty and then Secondly, congress never in any way, shape or form on paper at least took up the flag. The details of the flag until seventeen seventy seven a full year after the story supposedly took place. That's right. There are few things working in her favor. Here. It is verified that she was paid a pretty good sum of money that same year by the Pennsylvania state navy board. Okay. So that she did make flags for the Pennsylvania navy. Well, this is where it gets all murky because there's another man which will get into. Let's put a pin in that though. Oh of that guy for now. Okay. All right 'cause we were getting pretty fast and furious. And there's also a painting supposedly dating to eighteen fifty one a different painting that shows her sewing an American flag. But I don't think they have like officially authenticated that it's from eighteen fifty one eighteen fifty one. Yeah. Okay. But here's what I don't understand. If those painting eighteen fifty one I mean, supposedly, none of this happens all eighteen what seventy. The Camby story. Yeah. Like when the big meeting took place. I mean, that's when that's when William Camby told that family story, but the fact that there's a painting that predates his speech by nineteen years showing the same thing. Sure. Glint support to his story for sure. All right. But it's still that's an eighteen fifty one painting depicting something that happened seventy five years prior. Right. Sorry. My math was I forgot one hundred years heavy figures to carry the dead. But again that that painting is not I don't think fully authenticated. So who knows if that's true or not one of those dirty lying Ross Klay pool. Family members did it in two thousand twelve but he's less Klay pool for a minute. And I was about to run out of the room like less Klay pool. I'm not a prime guy. So I wouldn't call primus guy either. But I I like some of their songs. Yeah. Yeah. So Chuck, you wanna take another message break and then come back and get to it. Get to the the truth about the flag. Sure. Hi,

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"betsy ross" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

14:27 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Guess. So let's well, I mean, let's get into this. Because the first thing that you will probably say if you're a a Betsy Ross believer. She was a real person, by the way. Yeah. I think the first thing a lot of our listeners around the world will say was who is Betsy Ross. Sure. Well, she is credited which is where I was going with the the sort of creation design in sewing of the first flag, thanks to a lot of things. But certainly held up by a very famous painting called the birth of our nation's flag by Charles Weissberger, very famous painting. Yeah. But it's one of those paintings. It's like super old-timey where there's a lot of written explanation. Painted into the painting. I just find. It's just there's nothing more old timey than that. Yeah. You read that? Well, sure wasn't expecting this. He says something along the line. You just want an award. Well, I don't have anything prepared. He said this is the national standard was made by Betsy Ross in seventeen seventy six at two three nine arch street Philadelphia in the room represented in this picture. That's a lot of words. But it goes on still the committee Robert Morrison honorable George Ross, accompanied by General, George Washington called upon the celebrated woman and together with her suggestions produced are beautiful emblem of liberty. So what are you guys doing this weekend? I was thinking about maybe going roller skating. I know it hasn't been invented yet. Because it's only eighteen seventy something 1893 any actually wrote out eighteen seventy something 1893, I know. And then he said how about this new country pretty neat. Right. And then just kind of trails off from there. It's ends there. It's a lot. It's a really wordy painting. Frankly, it is very wordy. But that that helps sort of cement the idea. That Betsy Ross was in fact, the designer and creator in seamstress, I guess for the first flag while I'm going to take issue on behalf of some of our more historically stewed listeners and say she I don't think she's credited with designing the flag. I think this is the one thing that everybody agrees on is that she is is not given credit for designing. She's she's given credit for create like physically creating the first flight, and then helping with some trouble shooting in the early design. Oh, you should go to an elementary school. Why are they teaching otherwise? Sure. Is that right? Yeah. So created one hundred percent by Betsy Ross fraud. It's not true. What what which part sent you? The thing. I just said neither one. Okay. But we should talk about the real Betsy Ross because she was a real lady, she's not an an apparition or a visage. She was born in seventeen fifty two on New Year's day. She's a Newsday baby supposedly documented here. Probably. Okay. Elizabeth GRIs Kim was her name born to Samuel and Rebecca in Pennsylvania in her. Great grand pappy, Andrew Briscoe was a very notable Philadelphian. He was one of the first settlers in a carpenter in like built apparently a lot of Philadelphia's first buildings. Yeah. Which is. I mean, that's that's pretty prominent for that that time because I mean, this is when the the whole place is being settled, and it's being settled by Quakers. So like, Pennsylvania is a Quaker settlement, and that's how Elizabeth Chris kirkum aka Betsy Ross, which makes you think like she she robbed banks later in life and went on the Lam and change your name. Not true. You'll see it's it all become apparent second. But she was raised as a strict Quaker in Penn. Selena, right. One of nine children who grew to adulthood, but her parents had seventeen kids dude that so many kid van well, the Quakers take like keeping their faith going by multiplying seriously. I mean, that's like how a lot of religious groups are they do twofold. They reproduce a lot. And they also try to make sure that their their members who are born into their groups Mary other members boy the group so that they will raise more Quakers, or what have you whatever the religious group is an actually Betsy ran afoul this later on. We'll see she was a bit of a rebel. Yeah. And also imagine a Samuel is a Quaker was like, you know, it's very fun procreation and his wife was like it's not as one for me. Sure, it is such a great like eighteenth century Quaker impression maybe the best of ever heard Chuck. This is the one thing we're allowed to do. That's good. Well, they so the Quakers actually had a really really liberal society. Like, there was a lot of quality. There was a lot of it was very they were very peaceful group and still are their pacifist through and through. But they also were really strict morally like if you were in a play, you could be fine twenty shillings and spend ten to ten days in jail for being in a play because it was just kind of frivolous and not very religious. But on the other hand, they all drank like fish, you just weren't allowed to sell it to like the native Americans because they acquitted that with corrupting them Quakers. Oh, yeah. Sure. Nice. Do you? I think we used to work with one. Didn't we? Yes. Yes. So I think we know the same Quakers probably. But now I'm wondering first of all it was about this shout out. The name was like should I not? Then I was like, why wouldn't I? But isn't the whole thing happened? Why would I? Yeah. Exactly. And then you thought fraud will some people like to keep their stuff personal. So I'm just sure I'm not gonna do that under the table. Quaker is what the that? But they're also called the society of friends. I think is the greatest name for any religious group of all time. Right. Founded by six year olds. Society of best wins. All right. So there in Pennsylvania, the one thing that we do know was that her nickname was Betsy. And when she was about fifteen she did learn to so very, well, she was an apprentice to an upholster named John Webster. And this is where she learned her craft. Right. And when you think of like is here Betsy Ross being a seamstress, right? She was not a seamstress. She was like you just said an upholsterer which involves a lot more than say dress making. As a matter of fact, I'm sure she did make clothes here there. She knew how to but mostly her stuff was on like sewing, curtains, and tablecloths and rugs and like other textiles rather than like actual clothing. So she was in upholsterer through and through. So is seamstress specifically clothing. That's the impression. I have interesting. I feel like such a fraud because I didn't look the difference between the two, but that's that's my take on it. I'm gonna find out also took umbrellas Venetia. Blinds and flags that's something in a pollster would have made back in the eighteenth century, apparently seamstresses any woman who says okay anything. Oh that I wonder if a pulse terror is a specialty of seamstress then. Yeah. Probably so. Okay. And what is a man who sows called? The seam stir. Maybe. Never thought about that. And if he's in the union, he's a seems to Teamster. Oh, dad. I know. It's really bad. Maybe we'll have Jerry cut that out to keep my public image or so while she was doing this work. She met a man named John Ross note the last name, and he was also an apprentice. And he was good at it. He opened his own shop, and he was sort of. And he can he came from a well connected family in his actual uncle, George. He might have recognized from that painting, George Ross junior. He was he signed the declaration of independence. Right. So that's legit. Oh, yeah. He was he was big time. He was I think a Representative for for Pennsylvania in the legislature, either Pennsylvania or New Jersey one of the two he's here's a bigwig if he's hanging out with George Washington, and Betsy Ross's upholstery shop then he was a big week. That's right. A big. Powdered wig, by the way. So so this her marriage to John Ross it didn't last very long, although it was kinda marked by that like younger younger age radicalism. Where she so John Ross was an Anglican, right? Yeah. He wasn't Quaker which was bad. Right. So they fell in love. He was in a pollster as well and John Ross in bets Betsy later Betsy Ross when they met in fell in love they had to elope to New Jersey which everybody does the ill up to New Jersey. Because her parents were like, you cannot do that. And she said, well, I'm doing it. And they said, well, then you're out and she went off and got married, and she was excommunicated is not the way I think specifically Catholic, but she was kicked out of the Quakers and her parent her family disowned her. So she definitely loved the guy went off in followed her heart, and they made sweet upholstery together because he opened his own. Shop actually. Yeah. It's really sad though. I mean, it's great they found each other. But it's anytime someone's like expelled been disowned by their family. It's just sort of sure over religions said thing. Yeah. It is. Yeah. For any reason, really, you know, like bringing shame or dishonor. It's like, it's your family. That's supposed to suppose to be there for you. No matter what. But doesn't always work out that way, which was which Chuck means that family is what you make of it. I thought family what was it? Never trust family. Never trust family. That's specifically blood family. Okay. So the revolutionary war comes along and in Philadelphia people were, you know, kind of getting together forming militias in order to you know, defend the city in case in case things went down. Right. And no one knows for sure what was going on with John and Betsy. But we do know that he he died. We just don't know quite how. Well, yeah, they think maybe it was either in accident or a death from being in the militia or there's there's supposedly family rumor that that he may have suffered from mental illness in may have died as a result of something some complication from that. Yeah. It's really sad though. Because that was obviously her true love enough to to leave her, family and religion. And she was widowed in seventeen seventy six just what three years later after they got married. Yep. So so it was just three years after right? Yeah. Okay. So when she was a widow there that radicalism. I mentioned earlier started to kick in. She went back to Quakers if she ever left. I don't I've never seen that she began attending like Anglican mass or anything, but she went back to the Quakers, but she joined a group a specific group of Quakers called the free Quakers or fighting Quakers. Who were like, yeah, we're Quakers. But we also are not crazy into pacifism. Mm-hmm. Because we we will showed me back showed me and see what happens and that was what they wore on their on their shirts. But man, but the reason that they were anti pacifist because they wanted to support independence. There was going to be a fight struggle for independence. And you couldn't really side with one side in in not and be a pacifist, basically. Yeah. Remember pacifism episode? That was a good one. The other was a good one. So she was once again unlucky in love. She got married again too many Joseph Ashburn he died in prison in Britain. And then she finally got married third time to a man named John clay pool, and she was married to him until he died. But this was like twenty years this time, you you on how she and John clay pool. At her second husband's funeral almost. Okay. He showed up our afterward. John clay pool even even more even sooner than that, John. Clay pool was in prison with Joseph Ashburn over in Great Britain after he got out he made his way over to America. And he's the one who brought Betsy Ross the news that her husband had died. And then he I guess he was like so you doing all right. Can I can I be of any assistance for you? And rather than just being there for her. They he took away the four her, and he was just there. I wonder if he was like, by the way, your husband's last words were totally you should go marry my wife, that's the this that they used to do back in the day. So she worked as an upholsterer until she died at the age of eighty four eighteen thirty six she had five little girls, which is kind of great aside from that. That's kind of what we know about Betsy Ross as far as the facts go. Yeah. That's about where they they run out. And you might say listener, well guys, you left out the most important one. The most important fact the story of for sowing the American flag. Well, well, we're going to stick by what we just said and say that we just ran out of facts, which means is pretty good time for message for Tony thing. Charleston. Agreed. We'll be right back. Hey,

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"betsy ross" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

14:27 min | 2 years ago

"betsy ross" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Guess. So let's well, I mean, let's get into this. Because the first thing that you will probably say if you're a Betsy Ross believer. She was a real person, by the way. Yeah. I think the first thing a lot of our listeners around the world will say was who is Betsy Ross. Sure. Well, she is credited which is where I was going with the the sort of creation design in sewing of the first flag, thanks to a lot of things. But certainly held up by a very famous painting called the birth of our nation's flag by Charles Weissberger, very famous painting. Yeah. But it's one of those paintings. It's like super old timey where there's a lot of written explanation. Painted into the painting. I just find. It's just there's nothing more old timey than that. Yeah. You read that? Well, sure wasn't expecting this. He says something along the law. You just want an award. Well, I don't have anything prepared. He said this is the national standard was made by Betsy Ross in seventeen seventy six to three nine arch street Philadelphia in the room represented in this picture. That's a lot of words. But it goes on still the committee Robert Morrison honorable George Ross, accompanied by General, George Washington called upon the celebrated woman and together with her suggestions produced are beautiful emblem of liberty. So what are you guys doing this weekend? I was thinking about maybe going roller skating. I know it hasn't been invented yet. Because it's only eighteen seventy something 1893 any actually wrote out eighteen seventy something ninety three I know. And then he said how about this new country pretty neat. Right. And then just kind of trails off from it's ends there. It's a lot. It's a really wordy painting. Frankly, it is very wordy. But that that helps sort of cement the idea. That Betsy Ross was in fact, the designer and creator in seamstress, I guess for the first flag while I'm going to take issue on behalf of some of our more historically stewed listeners and say she I don't think she's credited with designing the flag. I think this is the one thing that everybody agrees on is that she is is not given credit for designing. She's she's given credit for create like physically creating the first flight, and then helping with some trouble shooting in the early design. Oh, you should go to an elementary school. Why are they teaching otherwise? Sure. Is that right? Yeah. So created one hundred percent by Betsy Ross fraud. Not true. What what which part sent you? Neither one. Okay. But we should talk about the real Betsy Ross because she was a real lady. She's not a an apparition or a visage. She was born in seventeen fifty two on New Year's day. She's New Year's day baby supposedly documented. Yeah. Probably. Okay. Elizabeth GRIs Kim was her name born to Samuel and Rebecca in Pennsylvania in her. Great grand peppy. Andrew Briscoe was a very notable Philadelphian. He was one of the first settlers in a carpenter in like built apparently a lot of Philadelphia's first buildings. Yeah. Which is. I mean, that's that's pretty prominent for that that time because I mean, this is when the the whole place is being settled, and it's being settled by Quakers. So like, Pennsylvania is a Quaker settlement, and that's how Elizabeth Chris kirkum aka Betsy Ross, which makes you. Think like she she robbed banks later in life and went on the Lam and changed her name. Not true. You'll see it's it all become apparent in a second. But she was raised as a strict Quaker in Pennsylvania, right? One of nine children who grew to adulthood, but her parents had seventeen kids dude that summit van well, the Quakers take like keeping their faith going by multiplying seriously. I mean, that's like how a lot of religious groups are they do twofold. They reproduce a lot. And they also try to make sure that their their members who are born into their their groups Mary other members boring the group so that they will raise more Quakers, or what have you whatever the religious group is an actually Betsy ran afoul of this later on. We'll see she was a bit of a rebel. Yeah. And also imagine a Samuel is a Quaker was like, you know, it's very fun. Procreation and his wife was like it's not as fun for me. Sure, it is such a great like eighteenth century Quaker impression maybe the best of ever heard Chuck. This is the one thing we're allowed to do. That's good. Well, they so the Quakers actually had a really really liberal society. Like there is a lot of equality. There was a lot of it was very they were very peaceful group and still are their pacifist through and through. But they also were really strict morally like if you were in a play, you could be fine twenty shillings and spend ten to ten days in jail for being in a play because it was just kind of frivolous and not very religious. But on the other hand, they all drank like fish, you just weren't allowed to sell it to like the native Americans because they acquitted that with corrupting them Quakers. Oh, yeah. Sure. Nice. Do you? I think we used to work with one. Didn't we? Yes. Yes. So I think we know the same Quakers probably. But now, I'm wondering first of all it was about this shout out the name, then was like should I not then I was like, why wouldn't I? But isn't the whole thing happened? Why would I? Yeah. Exactly. And then you thought fraud, well, some people like to keep their stuff personal. So I'm just sure I'm not going to do that under the table. Quaker is what that is. But they're also called the society of friends. I think is the greatest name for any religious group of all time. Right. Founded by six year olds. Society of best wins. All right. So there in Pennsylvania, the one thing that we do know was that her nickname was Betsy. And when she was about fifteen she did learn to so very, well, she was an apprentice to an upholster named John Webster. And this is where she learned her craft. Right. And when you think of like is here Betsy Ross being a seamstress, right? She was not a seamstress. She was like you just said an upholsterer which involves a lot more than say dress making. As a matter of fact, I'm sure she did make clothes here there. She knew how to but mostly her stuff was on like sewing, curtains and tablecloths in rugs. And like other textiles rather than like actual clothing. So she was in upholsterer through and through. So is seamstress specifically clothing. That's the impression. I have interesting. I feel like such a fraud because I didn't look up the difference between the two, but that's that's my take on it. I'm gonna find out also choke umbrellas Venetia. Blinds and flags that's something in upholsterer would have made back in the eighteenth century. Apparently seamstresses any woman who says okay anything. Oh that I wonder if a pulse terror is a specialty of seamstress then. Yeah. Probably so. Okay. And what is a man who sows called? The seam stir. Maybe. Never thought about that. And if he's in the union, he's a seems to Teamster. Oh, dad. I know. It's really bad. Maybe we'll have Jerry cut that out to keep my public image or so while she was doing this work. She met a man named John Ross note the last name, and he was also an apprentice. And he was good at it. And he opened his own shop, and he was sort of. And he can he came from a well connected family in his actual Arkell, George. He might have recognized from that painting, George Ross junior. He was he signed the declaration of independence. Right. So that's legit. Oh, yeah. He was he was big time. He was I think a Representative for for Pennsylvania in the legislature, either Pennsylvania or New Jersey one of the two he's here's a bigwig if he's hanging out with George Washington, and Betsy Ross's upholstery shop, then he was a big wake. That's right. A big. Powdered wig, by the way. So so this her marriage to John Ross it didn't last very long, although it was kinda marked by that like younger younger age radicalism. Where she so John Ross was an Anglican, right? Yeah. He wasn't Quaker which was bad. Right. So they fell in love. He was in a pollster as well and John Ross in bets Betsy later Betsy Ross when they met in fell in love they had to elope to New Jersey which everybody does the ill up to New Jersey. Because her parents were like, you cannot do that. And she said, well, I'm doing it. And they said, well, then you're out and she went off and got married, and she was excommunicated is not the way I think specifically Catholic, but she was kicked out of the Quakers and her parent her family disowned her. So she definitely loved the guy went off in followed her heart, and they made sweet upholstery together because he opened his own. Shop actually. Yeah. It's really sad though. I mean, it's great they found each other. But it's anytime someone's like expelled been disowned by their family. It's just sort of sure over religions said thing. Yeah. It is. Yeah. For any reason, really, you know, like bringing shame or dishonor. It's like, it's your family. That's supposed to suppose to be there for you. No matter what. But doesn't always work out that way, which was which Chuck means that family is what you make of it. I thought family what was it? Never trust family. Never trust family. That's specifically blood family. Okay. So the revolutionary war comes along and in Philadelphia people were you know, kind of getting together forming militias in order to defend the city in case in case things went down. Right. And no one knows for sure what was going on with John and Betsy. But we do know that he he died. We just don't know quite how. Oh, yeah. They think maybe it was either in accident or a death from being in the militia or there's there's supposedly family rumor that that he may have suffered from mental illness in may have died as a result of something some complication from that. Yeah. It's really sad though. Because that was obviously her true love enough to to leave her, family and religion. And she was widowed in seventeen seventy six just what three years later after they got married. Yep. So so it was just three years after right? Yeah. Okay. So when she was a widow there that radicalism. I mentioned earlier started to kick in. She went back to Quakers if she ever left. I don't I've never seen that she began attending like Anglican mass or anything, but she went back to the Quakers, but she joined a group a specific group of Quakers called the free Quakers or fighting Quakers. Who were like, yeah, we're Quakers. But we also are not crazy into pacifism. Mm-hmm. Because we we will showed me back showed me and see what happens and that was what they wore on their on their shirts. But man, but the reason that they were anti pacifist because they wanted to support independence. There was going to be a fight struggle for independence. And you couldn't really side with one side in in not and be a pacifist, basically. Yeah. Remember our pacifism episode? That was a good one. The other one's a good one. So she was once again unlucky in love. She got married again too many Joseph Ashburn he died in prison in Britain. And then she finally got married third time to a man named John clay pool, and she was married to him until he died. But this was like twenty years this time, you you on how she in John clay pool. Matt. At her second husband's funeral almost. Okay. He showed up our afterward. John clay pool even even more even sooner than that, John. Clay pool was in prison with Joseph Ashburn over in Great Britain after he got out he made his way over to America. And he's the one who brought Betsy Ross the news that her husband had died. And then he I guess he was like so you doing all right. Can I can I be of any assistance for you? And rather than just being there for her. He took away the four her, and he was just there. I wonder if he was like, by the way, your husband's last words were totally you should go marry my wife, that's the this that they used to do back in the day. So she worked as an upholsterer until she died at the age of eighty four eighteen thirty six she had five little girls, which is kind of great aside from that. That's kind of what we know about Betsy Ross as far as the facts go. Yeah. That's about where they they run out. And you might say listener, well guys, you left out the most important one. The most important fact the story of for sowing the American flag. Well, well, we're going to stick by what we just said and say that we just ran out of facts, which means is pretty good time for message for Tony think Charles. Agreed. We'll be right back. Hey,

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PEZ Candy Origins

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PEZ Candy Origins

"Sold in austria as an aid to help people quit smoking in 1926 a candy that is essentially compressed blocks of sweetened peppermint made their debut the german word for peppermint is reference which is spelled o p h e f f e r m i n t z so the candy name was an abbreviation of sorts peres the peres dispensers nowfamiliar for their cartoon and comic characters were originally modeled after lighters

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