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Houston officer stormed Capitol during riot, authorities say

Robert Pratt

00:26 sec | Last week

Houston officer stormed Capitol during riot, authorities say

"Has been placed on administrative leave after it was determined that he penetrated the capital on January. 6. This is police chief Art Acevedo. I can't tell you the anger. I feel The thought of a police officer and other police officers thinking they get they go Storm the Capitol. We're members of the military are members of the Secret Service. Acevedo says The commitment of the Houston Police Department is always for the rule of law. Jim Brewster was sworn in

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Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy smashed watermelons with sledgehammer ahead of win vs. Vikings

Dan Barreiro

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy smashed watermelons with sledgehammer ahead of win vs. Vikings

"Heard about the mike mccarthy The mike mccarthy gimmick. I don't know if i did dot com tom appel. Sarah has been reporting it today that the night before the game gattis wacky and tim brewster like fashion. Mike mccarthy brought out a sledgehammer and a bunch of watermelons and started smashing the water. Yes he did. Hob saudi dot com. He wouldn't make up a story like that doubting coach. That's what he did. Apparently smash watermelons like gallagher to emphasize their objectives. Players roared then responded with an inspired win in minnesota.

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Presidential Candidates Hone In On Battleground States

WBZ Morning News

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Presidential Candidates Hone In On Battleground States

"So just two days to go until Election day and the two presidential candidates rushing around the country focusing on battleground states that could tip the balance in their favour. Joe Biden, campaigning with former President Barack Obama over the weekend, CBS's Adam Brewster in Detroit Democratic nominee Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama United on the campaign trail for the first time in 2020 on Saturday. The former president and vice president made three stops in the battleground state of Michigan. Mr. Obama won Michigan in 2008 and 2012 by significant margins, but President Trump carried the state four years ago. Polls have shown by him with a lead in Michigan. Biden will spend today campaigning in Pennsylvania. And he will be there again tomorrow. Joined by vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris. She will make appearances today in Georgia and North Carolina. Former President Obama will campaign for Biden tomorrow in Atlanta and in South Florida. President Trump held multiple rallies in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania yesterday, focusing on big gatherings. In smaller cities. CBS News Campaign reporter Zachary who'd act President, Trump said he signed an executive order that would protect Pennsylvania's Fracked industry while he was was in in route route to to the the States, States, Butler Butler County County for for a a rally. rally. The The president president has has frequently frequently said said former former vice vice President President Joe Joe Biden Biden would would destroy destroy the the natural natural gas gas industry industry that that bolstered bolstered Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania's economy. Magnus said Fracking is not going to be on the chopping block for President Trump points at times, Biden spoke differently about it in the primary president's trip with four stops across the state, the last minute attempt to build support in his strongest areas as he trails of Pennsylvania polls in this last stretch, stretch, the the president president will will be be holding holding 14 14 rallies rallies between between Friday Friday and and today. today. He'll He'll hold hold rallies rallies today today in in five five different different states. states. Michigan, Michigan, Iowa, Iowa, North North Carolina, Georgia. And Florida. It is

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Trypto-lite-phan-tastic!

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:18 min | 3 months ago

Trypto-lite-phan-tastic!

"In all last toughing field episode Dr Steven Fidget were planning on Swiping the Horn of plenty centerpiece from a table of the first Thanksgiving in Massachusetts in sixteen twenty one, they were in the perfect position to achieve this perilous plan has just been invited to the east by the WHUMP inaugur leader Mesozoic again for inviting me and my men to feast with. You this afternoon, Governor Bradford. Well, if it weren't for you and the rest of the law, the tribe none of this will be possible. So thank you say who were those two shady looking individuals over there? You mean the small sock shaped guy with the blue headdress and the tall pasty looking guy indicate yes there were they. That's little. Heel toe the. Native, American and Eaten Bacon they settled they come with. You know we just met them on the outskirts of the plantation. We thought they were with you married. We have room for two more sure why not might as well feed the whole country while we're at it, they're going to have to sit at the kids table though that's fine. I'll let them. Know Ask Governor Bradford Directs Dr Steven Feature to the Kids Table Let's join Dr Floyd, Dr Grant and chips who are watching the actions of the two villains from nearby. Will you look at that Dr Steven fidget got invited to have dinner maybe they're on the guest list Dr Grant There's no guest list for the celebration. There's always a guest list, Dr Floyd Already you know it's too bad. They didn't serve Turkey at this meal we could have failed Dr Steven featured up with so much trip fan that they'd fall asleep and we could drag them back to their ship. Let me guess you're GonNa tell me that even if they did serve Turkey, it wouldn't have mattered because Turkey doesn't contain trip to fan I'm not going to tell you that. Oh, really. Yeah. Tell you tell him chips actually to ground. As you approach, defend is an amino acid that is a natural sedative and although Turkey does contain tryptophan. So does milk beef and beans, but in very small amounts. That sleepy feeling you feel averaging big Thanksgiving meal is usually Mutu everything all that carbohydrate rich. I'm sorry I even brought it up Nolan Daddy did that to grant because it's given me a brilliant idea. Quick put on these settlers outfits and follow me and moments. Our heroes are dressed in the traditional garb of the settlers and are standing in front of Mary Brewster. Can I help you three years? We're here for the dinner Oh of course, you are you have one barbecue and the whole neighborhood shows up look i. don't think we have enough room for all of you but. We're on the list Oh. Okay. As long as you're the loose, told you Dr Floyd Dr Grant but we're not freeloaders we'd like to help you serve the meal really sure do how about we handle the kids table for you that would be a huge help. Thank you so much as our heroes begin to help Mary brewster ditch up the food let's see what kind of trouble Dr Steven fidget or getting in to what the kids table you give up to get to the other side. you get it. Let's go for yet the road. What chicken. Okay kids time to. Yes, please help yourself. There's plenty more where this came from it. All looks so good. Oh, you were. ooh, thank you very much. Strangely familiar robots settlers, and here's some more squash for you. Little Guy. Over the next several hours, heroes made sure that Dr Steven Richards plates were always filled with food and that the to never stopped eating soon in the early evenings light the native Americans and settlers were often joined the cool weather in each other's company while at the kids table Dr. Steven Feeder. Were sleeping soundly hugh. It's finally over we aren't doing this again next year I'll tell you that much. You look at these two Oh, that trip to fan in the poultry must've knocked him right out actually Mrs Brewster Yeah. Thank you Dr they sure are sound asleep don't worry about a Mrs Brewster. We'll take care of them that'd be fantastic I need to finish cleaning up. So I can get an early start tomorrow. All the traders are having sales have to get a jump on my holiday shopping. Well, thanks for the meal Mrs Brewster No need to give things you helped out a great deal. Dot. Grand. CHEESE GONE GYPSUM CARRY DR Steve Dr Grant? Carrie. Fisher's. On. Space travel device and end this. No. I haven't even better idea come on in mere moments. Dr, Floyd carries out a mischievous little plan of his own and it's not until hours later Dr Steven Vigil are awoken by the sound of a marching band. They find themselves in New York in nineteen twenty four being pulled down thirty, four th street in their time and space ship. where. Are We fidget. And what am I wearing? It is then that Dr Steven featured realized, they have been zipped in Turkey costumes and are now participants in the very first macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. How did we get here? We were just at the first, thanksgiving. I know what happened. This is all. Doing ooh I'm going to I'm going to well I. Guess Nothing I can do right now except wave to the nice people. Happy Thanksgiving everybody. Happy Thanksgiving Gobble Gobble. TREKKIES villains bring a little sunshine in the lives of the gather New Yorkers we shall take our leave in time and space. Adventures. Take us next what EVA plans conductor Steve Making in that ridiculous looking Turkey suit and winding Dr Floyd take back his time and space travel device when winning had the giants. That the show would be over and we'd all be unemployed point joining next time for the Radio Adventures of.

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Internet Archive Book Scanning with Davide Semenzin

Software Engineering Daily

15:08 min | 4 months ago

Internet Archive Book Scanning with Davide Semenzin

"Welcome to the show. Thank you. You're on the Internet Archive. What does the Internet archive do. That's a great question. Deterrent archive is the world's largest digital library, and whereas most people may know of us because of the way back machine, which is this really rather needs tool that allows you to go back in time and kind of see what web pages used to look like. We really are fully-fledged online is the library and that we have different types of media types. We hold texts and television and audio images, movies, all sorts of things and yeah, the introduce archive you can think of as this huge repository of Internet. When did you start working there? I started here in two thousand sixteen. So. We've been yeah for years. And what do you work on their today? Well, I work on the books. That's mostly what I would I have always been on. I'm spending the bits inside of this. So usually when we think about our media types, we think of in terms of bits and bits out how we procured them, and how we distribute them. My specialty is working on the book bits in saw in order to build up our collection of almost four million books we have Candan, and my job is to sort of keep running the whole pipeline that allows us to do that. So over the last four years, we've my team, I built it. And now we achieved over our objective of being able to digitize million books per year which we're doing, and it's pretty interesting challenge so far. So you work on book digitisation and I WanNa talk about that. But first, let's talk more about the Internet archive at a high level. He told me about what is being stored across the Internet archive and who pays for it, and how do people use it just share a little bit more about the Internet Archive. Yeah. That's a great question. So I'm going to start from a WHO pays for it because I think that's the result of depth and that question Internet Archive. If you think about it as a repository, it's just essentially a bunch of hard drives spinning connected to the Internet. Somebody's GONNA. Pay For both danger and connection and hard drives and the electricity and all of that largely you can think. Of of our revenues in treated front weight. So we're a nonprofit and we don't really run for profit businesses. We don't benefit in any way of the data that comes on on our servers. We do benefit from your donations and so by and large, we are a community funded effort, and so if you type slash donate, we actually just added integration with apple pay so people will not help us. That'd be great. So we receive a fair amount of money that we we need to run from patrons, Cintas like people who supported us. On the side, we do have some some small some businesses. So we have our archive it. Our arm where essentially contract alto were machine capabilities and we we are maintaining a very large amount of curated website collections. In fact, we I, think we have about seven hundred can ization that are that are partnering with us to create these collections and if you tens of billions euros that have been collected for for our partners, and so they pay us to do the service and we do it for them and same is true for books. digitisation. So as we have built up to large infrastructure that is required to do this kind of tasks, we have to an extent, the ability to contract out to third parties, and so we do get some some revenue streams that way not anything particularly substantial in terms of like our ability to to sustain ourselves. But you know every little bit helps and then obviously throughout the twenty twenty, five years of our existence, our founder Brewster Kahle has. Chipped in here in Deir a significant amount, I guess over the years to to keep us running. So we have donations we have a little bit of our non for profit business, and then we have brewster who is there so This is in terms of who pays for it, but the question would be I guess who benefits from it. Right and that's a very, very large segment of the Internet. We're not the biggest website on the Internet. They think we are. We're ranking about two hundred and something the Alexa rank. But since we've been around for a long time, the users that that lovers the Lavas like I, every day I am in contact with people who tell me their story about how they use the Internet archive for their specific need always always amazed by the depth and breadth of. The of the use cases user spring to us. So it it spans from teachers to researchers, journalists to lawyers Theresa very, very large diversity also in terms of the country's from the backgrounds from from when users from. So it's kind of hard to to to paint them with the same brush but in general I want to say they are people who have some degree of laugh for knowledge and you may know our our motto, our slogan our mission is Universal Access to all knowledge, and so I guess people who have an interest in that eventually land on on our website. Okay. Well, let's talk about book digitisation as a particular project that is under the auspices of the Internet Archive. What is book digitisation? So, books digitisation is the effort of transforming physical books into digital artifacts. So that's the definition can take it forms. You know if you are if you have a scanner in your home and your scanning document in a way, that's obviously that's digitisation if you take pictures of the book. That's a book book digitization. So the definition that needs to be applied to the use case at hand, there have been other efforts at large scale of books. This decision famously Google had one but dare. Different From Ours, for instance, where they did distractive digitisation so they would pull the spines from books and and turn dot process into a sort of sensitive. Kind of problem we do non destructive book dissertation and I think non-destructive bit. It's just a little bit as important in the Beth nation as the fact that we're these books digitizing them so that we can keep them so that we don't destroy them. So the process by which we turn books into bits and then returned books to wherever they came from or wherever they need to go. So Why would I want to digitize a book and how many books get digitized each day just tell me more about the volume that's going through this. I'm very happy to answer this. So the reason why you would want to digitize book there's multiple. So think about for instance, the first thing that comes to mind is obviously preservation if famous birtherism is that accessibility drives preservation so if you don't have something. It's almost like it doesn't exist especially in this age of information, we do have immediate access to all of all of these resources and so if we if you actually think about this, if you have to go to the library to to procure a certain book chances are you won't, and if the if the record of that book actually doesn't exist, you may never get to it and were. This is a problem is for all of this huge amount of books that were printed in the twentieth century for which there is really no digital equivalent books nowadays that are published like currently obviously, they have a book artifacts. That stuff is not to get lost. and. That stuff is searchable and it's reachable but we have. Tens of millions of books that are unaccounted for and as time progresses getting lost, and if we if somebody doesn't save them, they will be lost forever and that's that would be a pity and huge loss of human effort and so but first of all, I think important to scope the problem I think the D estimates that there is about one hundred, million books out there. Give or take unique unique books and. Scanning them we're, probably not gonNA scan all all one hundred of them first of all because. You would be able to source and that's my fire the hardest thing. So we tried to scope down the problem and trying to figure out. Okay. How can we do this in a way that is useful for people so first of all, I think we had to come up with a list of books that we wanted to get into we knew. Books that are important and we need to can these first so that? We'll. We'll get. We'll get into to people and this will be evidently immediately useful and a good place for us to start was freaky Pedia, which is collected. A long list of SPN's the where commonly cited in Wikipedia compiled the list came out to a few hundred, thousand books, and so whenever we we come upon one of those sourcing process, we make sure that we get. We can talk about the senator sourcing, Proxima, little bit later but in general, we do have a little bit of a concept of priority or at least we did this was the first million million and a half. And then the problem was that we started running out of books you would be surprised how hard it is to source books by by the half a million you know and if you if you do it by your smaller scale, it doesn't really make sense to to us in terms of maintaining our our economic scale. So the whole system works only if you scan at huge volume and time and but huge volume, we're talking about a million bucks a year, which is about three thousand books day some things some days we'll do thirty, five somedays. We'll do twenty five on a seven days week averages houses about. Between Twenty to twenty, twenty, five, thousand books. Every book is about three hundred pages so that. COMES OUT PRETTY NEAT about million million pages per day five to seven million pages per week and you know that's not a huge amount of data in total. I wouldn't be surprised I. think like last time I checked it was about between ten and fifteen terabytes of data week. So we're not talking about huge amounts but it's not a small amount eater and we can talk about the challenges of Piping data over the Internet in a reliable way later but it's a significant volume and this operation is running you know twenty, four seven. And so. In terms of why even do this? So I called for the first part, which is obviously people want to get to the books. There is a second benefit in having digitize books, and that it's a wholly new format, it allows you to interact with the body of knowledge in a way that you never have before if you have. A physical book artifact, it has some very desirable properties, for instance, very low random access time and doesn't depend on the battery. It's very, very hard to censor, and these are not properties of digital artifact but this is the active factor searchable, and in fact that we have like it's pretty amazing next search engine where you can instantly search all forty million text items that we have. So that's a million books plus all of the patents papers I'll all sorts of stuff and you can search that instantly that was just not possible with the previous format. So I don't think this is dwell ISM in any way I think books. Digital format and books their physical format will continue to coexist. They just help each other out, and in fact, if we are able to digitize them in the first place is because of the properties of. Physical artifacts that they don't just disappear. If we find one, we can scan it. Well. Those are great summary of what you do and I can tell how excited you are about it. Let's talk a little bit more about the high level, and then we'll get into the engineering. So can you describe the steps of digitisation in more detail if I have a book how am I digitized it? Yeah. So, the books that position pipeline is predecing people and it's like in a way if you're an engineer I think is kind of what to expect so I D-. A physical sorting. Step where your book is ingested into the system. It's given ID and it's it's placed in a container. So we know that the the exists. So to speak the second step is it gets to a scanner. The scanner picks it up within the in the machine loads up the data necessary whereby The books method data we can. We're going to have to talk about that. I, guess it's pretty interesting facet of it all and then proceeded to actually scan it, which means they turned the pages page by page and they take pictures of the pages, and once this process done they click upload and the book vanishes into the ether and so at this point, we have a fork the digital artifact goes into our servers divisible artifacts either goes back to the person who gave it to us in the first place or it goes into our warehouse. and. This largely depends on what kind of book it is. So obviously, the recent larger conversation to be had about copyright and like what books is it is it okay to scan and under what guys it is but suppose we are just you know scanning Yearbook Jeff and you you just wrote the book and you want to have it digitized to risk no claim on it just wanted back at the end. So after we're done scanning it, we're handing it back to you with slip inside which will tell you the Internet archive identifier and the. Or is just the name of the item on the Internet Archive. Everything is an item and you're just going go to type slash details, slash your identifier and a few hours. Later, you will find her book. Wile you wait the second part of the pipeline is GONNA kick off. So That's the digital server side stuff and it's divided essentially three phases. We have a first phase which it's a preprocessing stage where we get a look this images that came raw from the camera we'll look at them crop firm we discovered them and we just make sure that everything is is ready to go. There was a second phase of Manual Review Sa- currently all books that we upload have to be checked by a human for correctness, and so this is a step were. Reviewer just goes through the images in shorts that everything is fine and then when this is done, they kick off the third stage of the pipeline, which is A. Is the real processing stage where we take all of these files and compiled them in such a way that they are suitable for consumption by our web front end what we call book reader and from their wheel derive. We call them to rotate formats such as PDF, Abi e POB and either a text file. So CR it all happens at at this stage. This is kind of like the bird I view of the of the books that decision pipeline.

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Dallas - 3 Texas Parks And Wildlife Employees Killed In Helicopter Crash

The Oil Patch

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Dallas - 3 Texas Parks And Wildlife Employees Killed In Helicopter Crash

"Surgery Last night. Three Texas Parks and Wildlife Department employees died yesterday in a helicopter crash in Brewster County in West Texas. The three were conducting aerial surveys for desert Big One sheep when the helicopter went down. The victims include wildlife biologist doing Stockbridge Fish and Wildlife technician Brandon White as state wildlife veterinarian, Dr Bob Dittmar. The lone survivor was the pilot who is a private contractor, Texas Department of Public Safety, the Federal Aviation Administration and the Texas Game Wardens are

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Phase 1 of reopening Texas begins Friday, governor says

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Phase 1 of reopening Texas begins Friday, governor says

"States are laying out their plans to slowly reopen that includes Texas on may first Texas retailers restaurants movie theaters and malls may re opened at twenty five percent of the capacity unless as governor Greg Abbott in the counties with five or fewer children nineteen cases they can increase their capacity to fifty percent that includes nearly half of Texas two hundred fifty four counties in fact the largest by area Brewster county bigger than Delaware Connecticut or Rhode Island has had no covert nineteen cases at all

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"brewster" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"brewster" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Manganiello Jordana Brewster Zachary Levi I'm cancer has in some way touched all of us to join Major League Baseball and stand up to cancer as we stand in honor of all loved ones affected by this disease is a stand up to cancer dot org slash and on the stand up with us because with the managers and younger employees are struggling to adapt has a generation of people with higher rates of reported mental illness enter the workforce many of these new workers are coming to offices from colleges and high schools where they received accommodations Lauren Weber reporter of the Wall Street journal as an in depth look at how academia and the real world sometimes collide Lauren explain the younger people have higher rates of mental health diagnosis I think the federal government has found that for young adults between eighteen and twenty five it about three times the rate as it is for workers over fifty I believe so these are kids who have been in high schools and colleges in educational settings where in many cases they have gotten certain accommodations that might mean extra time to pick if they have a lot of anxiety or ADHD it might mean more time press fine men's or being in a quiet room by themselves for cats they're now coming into the workplace and and they're asking employers first similar type of accommodations and employers are struggling to adapt to that hi to give an example or something like this happened well in many cases and this is what's interesting about the Americans with disabilities act and how it's being applied with mental health conditions so the ADA which was passed with more of like physical disabilities in mind so it meant that there needed to be rampant certain kinds of public buildings or you know offices would have to accommodate certain physical disabilities that kind of request that employers are getting now from people who have severe anxiety or social anxiety disorder or depression PTSD are more about how work gets done it might mean the hours that somebody comes into the office or how directions are given to them maybe somebody doesn't want can shouted across the room they say I can only have my you know directions given to me in writing these are very different kinds of accommodations and you know it's not clear for employers in many case there's a lot of confusion about what constitutes a reasonable accommodation which is required under the ADA and what doesn't speak of Lauren Weber reporter at the Wall Street journal her pieces called young workers seek mental health accommodations employers try to keep up you reference at the the EEOC has sued employers for things like filling to provide reasonable accommodations in one case you found other service dog causing controversy yeah the animal question is interesting because these are not that many how to diagnose with where they are required to have a service animal with Sam eat you know often the case for he or certain kinds of anxiety in there and that the animal service out almost a medical purpose in player had a policy that they don't allow animals on site they may need to revisit that policy one of the cases that the EEOC brought was against a trucking company which actually did allow truckers to keep their animals in in the cab with them but they charge the truckers the driver's seat for that well in the case of the service animal it's an accommodation and they shouldn't be charging the driver for that in this case they were charging the driver they were forced to repay the driver for the fees paid about that's you reference to this woman with autism anxiety who brought a job coach to an interview with party city yes this was also an interesting case the young woman had been an anxiety she had we had previous jobs shadowed people doing jobs and she brought her job coach with her according to E. R. E. when the manager realized it dealt with the young woman wasn't apparent but with the job coach the manager allegedly tried to shut down the interview made comments and the E. R. T. and party city ended up paying a pretty hefty fine for that Webber reporter at the Wall Street journal by the way the number of charges filed with the EEOC citing discrimination related to anxiety disorders climb to three hundred seventy one in twenty nineteen compared with just sixty five back in two thousand six it's twelve minutes now it from the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next Jennifer with three big things you need to know if this were just any door and just for just any ignition connected to just any transmission it just any vehicle that perhaps it would be okay to buy from just anyone but this is not just any car.

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Victims In Kobe Bryant Crash Have Now All Been Identified

WBZ Morning News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Victims In Kobe Bryant Crash Have Now All Been Identified

"Well there were nine people in total who died in yesterday's helicopter crash outside of LA and some of those on board had ties to New England as we hear from WBZ's Madison Rogers learning more about the nine victims in Sunday's helicopter crash in California that killed NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his thirteen year old daughter three of the other victims were former Cape Cod summer league baseball coach John Altobelli his wife Kerry and his daughter a list saya ultimately was head coach of the Brewster white caps from twenty twelve to twenty fourteen the white caps weeded out Sunday night that their heartbroken and shocked Altobelli also coached at orange coast college in California for twenty seven years hundreds of people gathered on the OCC field and remembrance Sunday

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"brewster" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"brewster" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"And the by ship on the Brewster flats shoreline facing north it's low tide and we're listening to clamber Alex Carlson sorting through a wire mesh cage that holds about fifteen hundred young co hogs these guys are a year and a half old and I'm just sorting through them picking out some crabs and sizing him and then I'm gonna put it back into into large mesh cage so that the whole fleet a little bit faster what I have in my hand is about the size of my thumbnail Hey this is probably about a year and a half old in their relatively round in shape and they have ridges on them if you were to scrape the fingernail on them those are those are the growth rings and and much like a tree it leaves out leaves a ridge at the end of its growing spurs and and you can tell I just old call ideas by by by the deep bridges in and this heavy ridge there is is what we would call I guess a yearly running this time of year mature coal hogs release their sperm and eggs into the warming waters of Cape Cod the fertilized eggs become microscopic largely floating in the water well they start to grow shells just about twelve to fourteen days after the Sbarro fertilized the show just starts to grow actually while they're still floating around and becomes actually having enough to carry them down to the bottom it takes two to three years to grow little excised clams most co hogs or five to eight years old when harvested in the larger chowder clans can be fifteen years or older tional funding for a pulse of the planet has been provided by the National Science Foundation I'm Jim Metzner twenty two can extend seventy newsradio and just a reminder you heard a few listings for the last hour alive a news conference from Davos Switzerland with president trump he said a lot about the impeachment process and the the trade deals but especially about the impeachment process will have a live update with our our in depth team coverage coming up into four thirty one just ten minutes from now on a live update from CVS and rite now again it is for twenty.

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Peacock Emerges From Its Shell

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Peacock Emerges From Its Shell

"NBC Uni Comcast has released Peacock doc which is their competitor. We talk often about the streaming wars. The Competition Warner media has is coming online. Disney has come. Online and Netflix has been online Amazon Apple. It's it's a jungle out. There and Lil Peacock is going to walk out into the jungle and its debut in April. We learned this week. It's going to have multiple tiers this being a comcast product. If you're a comcast subscriber you are going to be able. We'll get peacock premium for free with ads. Or if you pay five bucks you're going to be able to get it ad free for those of us who don't subscribe to comcast's ask cable. There is peacock premium for ten dollars and peacock with ads for five dollars right. So if you don't have comcast or Cox doc I guess you can pay the ten dollars per month for access to fifteen thousand hours of live and on demand content or if you don't WanNa pay the ten bucks per month you can pay five per month and watch the stuff with ads. And there's a lot of stuff I mean if you look at the things they've announced you know. In addition to shows like the office and Dan you know movies that are going to be hoarded from the NBC library. They're doing a lot of originals. That are going to debut here. There's everything from things like Punky GI brewster sequel show two projects with Dick Wolf. And Amy Poehler Norman. Lear a lot of interesting stuff is going to be here on peacock. Yeah it's it's not quite the you know all the sort of meat and potatoes down there middle stuff. I think certain people were expecting for example. The Norman Lear project has is called clean slate at stars. Laverne Cox. She is the daughter of a old school car. Wash owner who is so happy that his estranged child is coming back to Alabama after many years but then it turns out that the estranged son is now an estranged daughter Played by the fantastic Laverne Laverne Cox so. That sounds very like Norman Lear and that is going to be one of the offerings. There's also something about called expecting about a young woman who is Sir no longer. Quite as young as she used to be and decides she wants to have a baby with her gay best friend so and and then there's something about the advent of twitter. I mean there's there's quite a mix if if you're a law and order fan you're you're going to end up wanting to get this and you can get a free version called peacock free but you won't get access you'll only get about half of the programming coming off offered on the premium version An you know a delay on the on the current NBC shows. So you won't get everything but you can get a version of this us for for free with ads. So that's their strategy. I know there's been some skepticism about it. I I I gotta think though that a lot of people who are sort of overwhelmed by all the a bigger numbers they're paying we'll look that's cheaper than Disney You know it's it's an inexpensive introductory price. At least yeah and this is part of the whole comcast a strategy. You mean they are hoping to get to thirty thirty five million subscribers in five years less than the ninety or so the Disney is looking for but but keep in mind that comcast is still very much in the cable business and they've approached this very much as a cable provider who is launching a supplementary service service for the people that are cord cutters and don't subscribe to comcast's but also for the people that do and there's going to be an advertising component that it is very big on this service unlike dizzy and unlike apple and unlike netflix. So they're going to have dual revenue streams here and they believe that each subscriber to this service will give them about ten will give them about seven dollars in revenue and that's a decent return. Yeah we'll see how it does I you know they're. They're also buying from all different suppliers instead of supplying everything themselves. So they're they're going their own way and we'll see how it works out. Thank you

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Peacock emerges from its shell

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Peacock emerges from its shell

"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Bellany of the Hollywood reporter and Matt. NBC Uni Comcast has released Peacock doc which is their competitor. We talk often about the streaming wars. The Competition Warner media has is coming online. Disney has come. Online and Netflix has been online Amazon Apple. It's it's a jungle out. There and Lil Peacock is going to walk out into the jungle and its debut in April. We learned this week. It's going to have multiple tiers this being a comcast product. If you're a comcast subscriber you are going to be able. We'll get peacock premium for free with ads. Or if you pay five bucks you're going to be able to get it ad free for those of us who don't subscribe to comcast's ask cable. There is peacock premium for ten dollars and peacock with ads for five dollars right. So if you don't have comcast or Cox doc I guess you can pay the ten dollars per month for access to fifteen thousand hours of live and on demand content or if you don't WanNa pay the ten bucks per month you can pay five per month and watch the stuff with ads. And there's a lot of stuff I mean if you look at the things they've announced you know. In addition to shows like the office and Dan you know movies that are going to be hoarded from the NBC library. They're doing a lot of originals. That are going to debut here. There's everything from things like Punky GI brewster sequel show two projects with Dick Wolf. And Amy Poehler Norman. Lear a lot of interesting stuff is going to be here on peacock. Yeah it's it's not quite the you know all the sort of meat and potatoes down there middle stuff. I think certain people were expecting for example. The Norman Lear project has is called clean slate at stars. Laverne Cox. She is the daughter of a old school car. Wash owner who is so happy that his estranged child is coming back to Alabama after many years but then it turns out that the estranged son is now an estranged daughter Played by the fantastic Laverne Laverne Cox so. That sounds very like Norman Lear and that is going to be one of the offerings. There's also something about called expecting about a young woman who is Sir no longer. Quite as young as she used to be and decides she wants to have a baby with her gay best friend so and and then there's something about the advent of twitter. I mean there's there's quite a mix if if you're a law and order fan you're you're going to end up wanting to get this and you can get a free version called peacock free but you won't get access you'll only get about half of the programming coming off offered on the premium version An you know a delay on the on the current NBC shows. So you won't get everything but you can get a version of this us for for free with ads. So that's their strategy. I know there's been some skepticism about it. I I I gotta think though that a lot of people who are sort of overwhelmed by all the a bigger numbers they're paying we'll look that's cheaper than Disney You know it's it's an inexpensive introductory price. At least yeah and this is part of the whole comcast a strategy. You mean they are hoping to get to thirty thirty five million subscribers in five years less than the ninety or so the Disney is looking for but but keep in mind that comcast is still very much in the cable business and they've approached this very much as a cable provider who is launching a supplementary service service for the people that are cord cutters and don't subscribe to comcast's but also for the people that do and there's going to be an advertising component that it is very big on this service unlike dizzy and unlike apple and unlike netflix. So they're going to have dual revenue streams here and they believe that each subscriber to this service will give them about ten will give them about seven dollars in revenue and that's a decent return. Yeah we'll see how it does I you know they're. They're also buying from all different suppliers instead of supplying everything themselves. So they're they're going their own way and we'll see how it works out. Thank you matt thank you.

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Comcast's Peacock Aims to Undercut Streaming Rivals

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Comcast's Peacock Aims to Undercut Streaming Rivals

"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Bellany of the Hollywood reporter and Matt. NBC Uni Comcast has released Peacock doc which is their competitor. We talk often about the streaming wars. The Competition Warner media has is coming online. Disney has come. Online and Netflix has been online Amazon Apple. It's it's a jungle out. There and Lil Peacock is going to walk out into the jungle and its debut in April. We learned this week. It's going to have multiple tiers this being a comcast product. If you're a comcast subscriber you are going to be able. We'll get peacock premium for free with ads. Or if you pay five bucks you're going to be able to get it ad free for those of us who don't subscribe to comcast's ask cable. There is peacock premium for ten dollars and peacock with ads for five dollars right. So if you don't have comcast or Cox doc I guess you can pay the ten dollars per month for access to fifteen thousand hours of live and on demand content or if you don't WanNa pay the ten bucks per month you can pay five per month and watch the stuff with ads. And there's a lot of stuff I mean if you look at the things they've announced you know. In addition to shows like the office and Dan you know movies that are going to be hoarded from the NBC library. They're doing a lot of originals. That are going to debut here. There's everything from things like Punky GI brewster sequel show two projects with Dick Wolf. And Amy Poehler Norman. Lear a lot of interesting stuff is going to be here on peacock. Yeah it's it's not quite the you know all the sort of meat and potatoes down there middle stuff. I think certain people were expecting for example. The Norman Lear project has is called clean slate at stars. Laverne Cox. She is the daughter of a old school car. Wash owner who is so happy that his estranged child is coming back to Alabama after many years but then it turns out that the estranged son is now an estranged daughter Played by the fantastic Laverne Laverne Cox so. That sounds very like Norman Lear and that is going to be one of the offerings. There's also something about called expecting about a young woman who is Sir no longer. Quite as young as she used to be and decides she wants to have a baby with her gay best friend so and and then there's something about the advent of twitter. I mean there's there's quite a mix if if you're a law and order fan you're you're going to end up wanting to get this and you can get a free version called peacock free but you won't get access you'll only get about half of the programming coming off offered on the premium version An you know a delay on the on the current NBC shows. So you won't get everything but you can get a version of this us for for free with ads. So that's their strategy. I know there's been some skepticism about it. I I I gotta think though that a lot of people who are sort of overwhelmed by all the a bigger numbers they're paying we'll look that's cheaper than Disney You know it's it's an inexpensive introductory price. At least yeah and this is part of the whole comcast a strategy. You mean they are hoping to get to thirty thirty five million subscribers in five years less than the ninety or so the Disney is looking for but but keep in mind that comcast is still very much in the cable business and they've approached this very much as a cable provider who is launching a supplementary service service for the people that are cord cutters and don't subscribe to comcast's but also for the people that do and there's going to be an advertising component that it is very big on this service unlike dizzy and unlike apple and unlike netflix. So they're going to have dual revenue streams here and they believe that each subscriber to this service will give them about ten will give them about seven dollars in revenue and that's a decent return. Yeah we'll see how it does I you know they're. They're also buying from all different suppliers instead of supplying everything themselves. So they're they're going their own way and we'll see how it works out. Thank you matt thank

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Would you pay to watch the Tonight Show early?

Talking Tech

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Would you pay to watch the Tonight Show early?

"News about yet another new TV streaming service this one is called peacock from NBC Universal. Its debut in later later in the year. Two good news it's free. The bad news is if you don't like the ads you'll have to pay. The question is will you pay will. Oh you watch probably sure but will you pay. That's a question mark. Let me tell you more about it on. Today's episode talking Tech Peacock launches in April but only for comcast customers comcast is owned by NBC Universal. And then the general public will get it on July fifteenth free version reruns of of NBC. Primetime shows the day after they originally Air Plus News and Sports. That's all free four ninety nine a month and you get some original original programming like a remake of punky brewster and saved by the bell. Nine ninety nine gives you the reruns on the originals without ads. Now one of the he really interesting things is. There's a service called Hulu. Hulu Runs Network Primetime Fair from NBC ABC and Fox Now Disney which owns owns Fox is the majority owner of Hulu and only has the NBC programming for a limited period of time so clearly all that NBC stuff is going to go over over to peacock. One of the things I like about. It is if you're willing to pay. You can get to see the tonight show. And late night with Seth Meyers earlier and not have to stay up to twelve thirty in the morning to catch it. That's pretty cool and I think there's probably a lot of people who would like to do that whether they wanna see reruns of shows like the office. I don't know I mean. They watch it on Netflix now. But it's just another streaming service that you're gonNA have to take care of and deal with N.. Remember to unsubscribe if you don't want to pay for it anymore. We'll see again launches for comcast customers in April and then the rest of us in July.

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NBC's Peacock orders Punky Brewster reboot

Colleen and Bradley

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

NBC's Peacock orders Punky Brewster reboot

"Good news for punky Brewster France because the punky Brewster reboot has received a full season order weekend NBC's new streaming service called Kerr you'll be able to do all ten episodes when peacock arrives and then you got to pay for it later I pay

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Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"brewster" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

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"brewster" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

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"brewster" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

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"brewster" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

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"brewster" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

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"brewster" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"brewster" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

"Yes yes. There was a lot of surprise for specific thing. Like On what you know but the kind of mining communities in Pena anything about them I know. Okay here's what I know. Say Cornish rate. The cornish have a lot of minors. it's more than north of finger and I entirely sure again because it's like I know some things a wooden wanted to like you know. Give my whole opinion and then get back backyard in the facebook. I know that the miners had a lot of strikes over the years and they are very generally put upon. And if I remember right Billy Bragg. WHO's a hero of mine? He's written. I love him I love him more and more and now I feel like I've come to love him more whereas Morrissey has become more and more of a white concerning I. I wish that we could take marcy. Germaine Greer and shot them in a room and together for the rest of their lives and just be like he's never go public again. Just wait entertain each other. Who's Germaine greer she is? Oh God I'm going to get I'm not I didn't have facebook group. I think if this ever goes out She is a second feminist when she just just came out with her. Like what I think. The second say was was very very repopulate and she was. She made a massive impact at the time and she was really relevant and she spoke for women's rights. And you know just incredible Figure but in recent years she has spoken out against the Trans Community so pretty much show. Her colors are as a transphobic and not translating as women. which in my view which I think you should be the common view? Anyone should be free to be who they truly are and transmitting. If you had to transform into me here are woman. There is no differences. But she has you know being reported I say quite harsh things worth a trump community which you know. I don't agree a tool and then we a Martha which we all net out good. Moore's I got the Ted tool on my shoulder I got come on. Come on I do feel now now. Because it's made me fall in love with Billy Bragg even more and I know that he has a number of songs that are like pro unions and a lot of that If I remember when I was written in support of mines yeah So yeah just quick knit hat. I met him The the now everybody's GonNa know who I am Fehmi but In my previous job we worked with Billy Bragg And I got to meet him and I can tell you have have you ever met him. Never met him. But I've seen him live twice and they were two shows that made me feel like he is a magical human being really is what he says he is. He is delightful his so kind and so lovely and really takes the time to get to know the people that are around him and working on projects with him and he was just. He's just really sweet just you know. He's a very gracefully I know so. He's a big kind of billy Irish. which but you know? I agree with you. That's fantastic. Sorry he's fantastic lyrics he he is such an even split of pop songs and love songs and then also Kinda bad ass like political song rising song so so. This was about the miners that was that was a sidetrack. US me if I knew anything about the miners used. It's talk about Billy Bragg. What do I need to know about the miners in the context? Yeah in the Norfolk England. It's where you know when there was satcher time such a thought show milk's not as she closed a little minds minds. A lot of people lost their jobs and she just you know pretty much made life very very difficult for a specific for a lot of people specific area off north inland and since then since her time that side off the UK specifically England has been historically Labor so what we'd call read And now for the first time in decades they have voted conservative have voted for the same kind of political party. The Margaret Thatcher was part off and the unheard off. It was quite a big. Hey to think that people who oh you know would think of them working class than you know Kinda for the many not the few would vote somewhere like burst on. And and he's just yeah. It's very complicated and very upsetting competing. So as you've you've you've mentioned that you weren't allowed to vote so I assume that you are. You're not a citizen of England. BREXIT's coming are you. Are you out of there do you have do you have to leave. Are you opting to try to stick it out. It's it's treating them especially like living here. I imagine you know someone like the stage so you could apply for something called like Like indefinite stay so if you had lived five years and you could do record having paid your taxes and just you you having had the job Kinda done day you could apply for this stay. So that's what I have done and I have Quite lucky because I have quite strong record I have studied here a university and been here for eight years and I've always had a job and they could track my contributions solutions that have gone on my taxes and national insurance. So I do have the stay on my passport but and yes for example. I'm going to Berlin Lennon's January which is really fun and coming back on the first vibrate and yeah. I didn't know what's going to happen. Maybe they'll stop the airport. Maybe they won't. Maybe I'll oh I'll have trouble just deny that I've gotta do and see what happened. You know what a scary thing that you legitimately right now. It didn't sound like you were being melodramatic. Sound like you said you're prepared for a world in which you might get stopped untold. Hey Times have changed aged. Yeah 'cause you know with this new government. They said thirty first of January they WANNA get brexit done. The nobody knows what that looks like. So it's just one of these things like you know had many many issues in the past where I've been an air force and my passport is Italian but my name isn't and people question it and sometimes the question quite aggressively so airport so you know you know how it is. Airports are no places for funding giggles. See people take themselves very very seriously and they think they're gonNA save the world so they just you know pick on normal people just just traveling three. That's something that causes a lot of inviting men and that having breakfast. Yeah very tiring Now you've made it very clear that you're a very liberal person progressive person. Yes and not everybody out. There who listens to this show is and I have. I WanNa say you brought up a word in reference to Italy before. But now you're talking about like you might just place you've lived for close to a decade and you are wondering am I gonNA stopped at the border after Brexit. You brought up the word fascism. Do you really really do you believe. Do you believe that the world you're living in and the things you're seeing in the countries you've visited is that is that word. I I personally to you or are you really seeing that I. This is so hard you know. Just start start crying. Please forgive me but I really wish the bottom of my heart that I could say it's something that you know It's not economy real but sadly the more I research in the more defensive in other countries and the more we look into ah the more this is becoming more and more reality. It's the rise of national parties as something that really scares ears me I have really close friends. That are Danish live in Denmark. And it's summer where the Austin and the rise of the high right in the country under that is you know been dish Italy very liberal and same thing for Finland Greece having you know a rise in the far right I. Spain is really scary is just a lot happening specifically in Europe. And this is you know without even looking at something not like the United States for Colombia or Guatemala or mainland China. And what's happening in Hong Kong is out. It's just yes. History is a circle and say you had to say about what I interrupted. History my repeat itself. I really hope to be proven completely wrong. That idea like tough times our head I gotta say become more and more with you. Brazil went that way and the Philippines their their hair leader is notorious for some of the stuff he said and done and And then I just WanNa be clear to and I'm not trying to come down on anybody in particular. I had an episode recently. It was with a chef.

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"brewster" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"brewster" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

"Yes yes. There was a lot of surprise for specific thing. Like On what you know but the kind of mining communities in Pena anything about them I know. Okay here's what I know. Say Cornish rate. The cornish have a lot of minors. it's more than north of finger and I entirely sure again because it's like I know some things a wooden wanted to like you know. Give my whole opinion and then get back backyard in the facebook. I know that the miners had a lot of strikes over the years and they are very generally put upon. And if I remember right Billy Bragg. WHO's a hero of mine? He's written. I love him I love him more and more and now I feel like I've come to love him more whereas Morrissey has become more and more of a white concerning I. I wish that we could take marcy. Germaine Greer and shot them in a room and together for the rest of their lives and just be like he's never go public again. Just wait entertain each other. Who's Germaine greer she is? Oh God I'm going to get I'm not I didn't have facebook group. I think if this ever goes out She is a second feminist when she just just came out with her. Like what I think. The second say was was very very repopulate and she was. She made a massive impact at the time and she was really relevant and she spoke for women's rights. And you know just incredible Figure but in recent years she has spoken out against the Trans Community so pretty much show. Her colors are as a transphobic and not translating as women. which in my view which I think you should be the common view? Anyone should be free to be who they truly are and transmitting. If you had to transform into me here are woman. There is no differences. But she has you know being reported I say quite harsh things worth a trump community which you know. I don't agree a tool and then we a Martha which we all net out good. Moore's I got the Ted tool on my shoulder I got come on. Come on I do feel now now. Because it's made me fall in love with Billy Bragg even more and I know that he has a number of songs that are like pro unions and a lot of that If I remember when I was written in support of mines yeah So yeah just quick knit hat. I met him The the now everybody's GonNa know who I am Fehmi but In my previous job we worked with Billy Bragg And I got to meet him and I can tell you have have you ever met him. Never met him. But I've seen him live twice and they were two shows that made me feel like he is a magical human being really is what he says he is. He is delightful his so kind and so lovely and really takes the time to get to know the people that are around him and working on projects with him and he was just. He's just really sweet just you know. He's a very gracefully I know so. He's a big kind of billy Irish. which but you know? I agree with you. That's fantastic. Sorry he's fantastic lyrics he he is such an even split of pop songs and love songs and then also Kinda bad ass like political song rising song so so. This was about the miners that was that was a sidetrack. US me if I knew anything about the miners used. It's talk about Billy Bragg. What do I need to know about the miners in the context? Yeah in the Norfolk England. It's where you know when there was satcher time such a thought show milk's not as she closed a little minds minds. A lot of people lost their jobs and she just you know pretty much made life very very difficult for a specific for a lot of people specific area off north inland and since then since her time that side off the UK specifically England has been historically Labor so what we'd call read And now for the first time in decades they have voted conservative have voted for the same kind of political party. The Margaret Thatcher was part off and the unheard off. It was quite a big. Hey to think that people who oh you know would think of them working class than you know Kinda for the many not the few would vote somewhere like burst on. And and he's just yeah. It's very complicated and very upsetting competing. So as you've you've you've mentioned that you weren't allowed to vote so I assume that you are. You're not a citizen of England. BREXIT's coming are you. Are you out of there do you have do you have to leave. Are you opting to try to stick it out. It's it's treating them especially like living here. I imagine you know someone like the stage so you could apply for something called like Like indefinite stay so if you had lived five years and you could do record having paid your taxes and just you you having had the job Kinda done day you could apply for this stay. So that's what I have done and I have Quite lucky because I have quite strong record I have studied here a university and been here for eight years and I've always had a job and they could track my contributions solutions that have gone on my taxes and national insurance. So I do have the stay on my passport but and yes for example. I'm going to Berlin Lennon's January which is really fun and coming back on the first vibrate and yeah. I didn't know what's going to happen. Maybe they'll stop the airport. Maybe they won't. Maybe I'll oh I'll have trouble just deny that I've gotta do and see what happened. You know what a scary thing that you legitimately right now. It didn't sound like you were being melodramatic. Sound like you said you're prepared for a world in which you might get stopped untold. Hey Times have changed aged. Yeah 'cause you know with this new government. They said thirty first of January they WANNA get brexit done. The nobody knows what that looks like. So it's just one of these things like you know had many many issues in the past where I've been an air force and my passport is Italian but my name isn't and people question it and sometimes the question quite aggressively so airport so you know you know how it is. Airports are no places for funding giggles. See people take themselves very very seriously and they think they're gonNA save the world so they just you know pick on normal people just just traveling three. That's something that causes a lot of inviting men and that having breakfast. Yeah very tiring Now you've made it very clear that you're a very liberal person progressive person. Yes and not everybody out. There who listens to this show is and I have. I WanNa say you brought up a word in reference to Italy before. But now you're talking about like you might just place you've lived for close to a decade and you are wondering am I gonNA stopped at the border after Brexit. You brought up the word fascism. Do you really really do you believe. Do you believe that the world you're living in and the things you're seeing in the countries you've visited is that is that word. I I personally to you or are you really seeing that I. This is so hard you know. Just start start crying. Please forgive me but I really wish the bottom of my heart that I could say it's something that you know It's not economy real but sadly the more I research in the more defensive in other countries and the more we look into ah the more this is becoming more and more reality. It's the rise of national parties as something that really scares ears me I have really close friends. That are Danish live in Denmark. And it's summer where the Austin and the rise of the high right in the country under that is you know been dish Italy very liberal and same thing for Finland Greece having you know a rise in the far right I. Spain is really scary is just a lot happening specifically in Europe. And this is you know without even looking at something not like the United States for Colombia or Guatemala or mainland China. And what's happening in Hong Kong is out. It's just yes. History is a circle and say you had to say about what I interrupted. History my repeat itself. I really hope to be proven completely wrong. That idea like tough times our head I gotta say become more and more with you. Brazil went that way and the Philippines their their hair leader is notorious for some of the stuff he said and done and And then I just WanNa be clear to and I'm not trying to come down on anybody in particular. I had an episode recently. It was with a chef.

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"brewster" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"brewster" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

"Yes yes. There was a lot of surprise for specific thing. Like On what you know but the kind of mining communities in Pena anything about them I know. Okay here's what I know. Say Cornish rate. The cornish have a lot of minors. it's more than north of finger and I entirely sure again because it's like I know some things a wooden wanted to like you know. Give my whole opinion and then get back backyard in the facebook. I know that the miners had a lot of strikes over the years and they are very generally put upon. And if I remember right Billy Bragg. WHO's a hero of mine? He's written. I love him I love him more and more and now I feel like I've come to love him more whereas Morrissey has become more and more of a white concerning I. I wish that we could take marcy. Germaine Greer and shot them in a room and together for the rest of their lives and just be like he's never go public again. Just wait entertain each other. Who's Germaine greer she is? Oh God I'm going to get I'm not I didn't have facebook group. I think if this ever goes out She is a second feminist when she just just came out with her. Like what I think. The second say was was very very repopulate and she was. She made a massive impact at the time and she was really relevant and she spoke for women's rights. And you know just incredible Figure but in recent years she has spoken out against the Trans Community so pretty much show. Her colors are as a transphobic and not translating as women. which in my view which I think you should be the common view? Anyone should be free to be who they truly are and transmitting. If you had to transform into me here are woman. There is no differences. But she has you know being reported I say quite harsh things worth a trump community which you know. I don't agree a tool and then we a Martha which we all net out good. Moore's I got the Ted tool on my shoulder I got come on. Come on I do feel now now. Because it's made me fall in love with Billy Bragg even more and I know that he has a number of songs that are like pro unions and a lot of that If I remember when I was written in support of mines yeah So yeah just quick knit hat. I met him The the now everybody's GonNa know who I am Fehmi but In my previous job we worked with Billy Bragg And I got to meet him and I can tell you have have you ever met him. Never met him. But I've seen him live twice and they were two shows that made me feel like he is a magical human being really is what he says he is. He is delightful his so kind and so lovely and really takes the time to get to know the people that are around him and working on projects with him and he was just. He's just really sweet just you know. He's a very gracefully I know so. He's a big kind of billy Irish. which but you know? I agree with you. That's fantastic. Sorry he's fantastic lyrics he he is such an even split of pop songs and love songs and then also Kinda bad ass like political song rising song so so. This was about the miners that was that was a sidetrack. US me if I knew anything about the miners used. It's talk about Billy Bragg. What do I need to know about the miners in the context? Yeah in the Norfolk England. It's where you know when there was satcher time such a thought show milk's not as she closed a little minds minds. A lot of people lost their jobs and she just you know pretty much made life very very difficult for a specific for a lot of people specific area off north inland and since then since her time that side off the UK specifically England has been historically Labor so what we'd call read And now for the first time in decades they have voted conservative have voted for the same kind of political party. The Margaret Thatcher was part off and the unheard off. It was quite a big. Hey to think that people who oh you know would think of them working class than you know Kinda for the many not the few would vote somewhere like burst on. And and he's just yeah. It's very complicated and very upsetting competing. So as you've you've you've mentioned that you weren't allowed to vote so I assume that you are. You're not a citizen of England. BREXIT's coming are you. Are you out of there do you have do you have to leave. Are you opting to try to stick it out. It's it's treating them especially like living here. I imagine you know someone like the stage so you could apply for something called like Like indefinite stay so if you had lived five years and you could do record having paid your taxes and just you you having had the job Kinda done day you could apply for this stay. So that's what I have done and I have Quite lucky because I have quite strong record I have studied here a university and been here for eight years and I've always had a job and they could track my contributions solutions that have gone on my taxes and national insurance. So I do have the stay on my passport but and yes for example. I'm going to Berlin Lennon's January which is really fun and coming back on the first vibrate and yeah. I didn't know what's going to happen. Maybe they'll stop the airport. Maybe they won't. Maybe I'll oh I'll have trouble just deny that I've gotta do and see what happened. You know what a scary thing that you legitimately right now. It didn't sound like you were being melodramatic. Sound like you said you're prepared for a world in which you might get stopped untold. Hey Times have changed aged. Yeah 'cause you know with this new government. They said thirty first of January they WANNA get brexit done. The nobody knows what that looks like. So it's just one of these things like you know had many many issues in the past where I've been an air force and my passport is Italian but my name isn't and people question it and sometimes the question quite aggressively so airport so you know you know how it is. Airports are no places for funding giggles. See people take themselves very very seriously and they think they're gonNA save the world so they just you know pick on normal people just just traveling three. That's something that causes a lot of inviting men and that having breakfast. Yeah very tiring Now you've made it very clear that you're a very liberal person progressive person. Yes and not everybody out. There who listens to this show is and I have. I WanNa say you brought up a word in reference to Italy before. But now you're talking about like you might just place you've lived for close to a decade and you are wondering am I gonNA stopped at the border after Brexit. You brought up the word fascism. Do you really really do you believe. Do you believe that the world you're living in and the things you're seeing in the countries you've visited is that is that word. I I personally to you or are you really seeing that I. This is so hard you know. Just start start crying. Please forgive me but I really wish the bottom of my heart that I could say it's something that you know It's not economy real but sadly the more I research in the more defensive in other countries and the more we look into ah the more this is becoming more and more reality. It's the rise of national parties as something that really scares ears me I have really close friends. That are Danish live in Denmark. And it's summer where the Austin and the rise of the high right in the country under that is you know been dish Italy very liberal and same thing for Finland Greece having you know a rise in the far right I. Spain is really scary is just a lot happening specifically in Europe. And this is you know without even looking at something not like the United States for Colombia or Guatemala or mainland China. And what's happening in Hong Kong is out. It's just yes. History is a circle and say you had to say about what I interrupted. History my repeat itself. I really hope to be proven completely wrong. That idea like tough times our head I gotta say become more and more with you. Brazil went that way and the Philippines their their hair leader is notorious for some of the stuff he said and done and And then I just WanNa be clear to and I'm not trying to come down on anybody in particular. I had an episode recently. It was with a chef.

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How Does the Wayback Machine Work?

BrainStuff

04:49 min | 1 year ago

How Does the Wayback Machine Work?

"If a tree falls in a forest does it really make a sound and if a website light changes overnight did its previous homepage ever really exist in the first place because so much of our world is increasingly digital and ephemeral. It's not just a philosophical question. It's also simple matter of history. That's why the way back machine which features snapshots of websites as they age. Change is such a fascinating glimpse into the dusty corners of the web. The way back machine is a massive digital archive meant to preserve webpages that would otherwise be permanently. Lost Time without this horde quarter of data every time a page was updated or deleted it would simply vanish as if it had never been there mark Graham. The director of the way back machine noted in Two Thousand Sixteen entrepreneur article that the average life expectancy of a web page is about one hundred days. There are a multitude of reasons why these web pages disappear site creators move onto other projects web hosting companies. Go bankrupt or maybe the pages moved or replaced with new data and content. One place you may have seen the way back. Machines work ask more than eleven million web pages referenced in we kapiti articles have gone bad over the years. In other words they never turn a four zero four or page not found error because they've been archived in the way back machine technicians. There were able to edit those wikipedia pages so the references now point to archived versions of those defunct. Url's the way back. Machine is the brain child of brewster. Kahle and Bruce Gilliat who also founded the Internet archive which is Digital Library of websites books audio and video recordings hoardings and software. Both projects are San Francisco based nonprofits a Kaelin Gilliat also created Alexa Internet which analyzes web traffic patterns and was sold to Amazon Project Director. Graham said by email Vais Kaelin Gilliat had started to archive web pages in one thousand nine hundred six and in two two thousand one launched the way back machine to support discovery and playback of those archived web resources and yes. The name was inspired by the Nineteen Sixties Cartoon Series The Rock Doc in Bull Winkle show in the cartoon the way back. WABC machine was a plot device. used to transport the characters Mister peabody and Sherman back in time to visit important events in human history in a world where there are more than one point seven billion websites with the numbers climbing dramatically by the day. How can anyone possibly hope to catalog? So many web pages the way back machine uses what's called crawlers a type of software that automatically moves through the web taking snapshots shots of billions of sites as it goes. Some of the process is automated. But many of the requests are generated manually by a network of Librarians who prioritize certain types types of sites that they think are important to preserve passivity and for future generations. The crawlers don't capture every iteration of sites the frequency Linzie of snapshots differs by these sites. Importance very significant sites might be recorded every few hours others might be logged weeks or months apart most aren't logged it all so don't worry that embarrassing fan website. You made it high. School is probably long gone by now. The way back machine aims to capture snapshots of important content tent. Say the breaking news. Headlines created by major media companies. Furthermore it doesn't necessarily recreate the entire site and it doesn't preserve the data in a away the eat experience it with your browser. It may only capture a few images of a few pages and not preserved content that's linked to other sites outside of the domain but on a more practical level you've probably had the experience of clicking on a link on our web page and getting a four page not found notation. Now you're wondering wondering what was on the page originally. That's where the way back machine can help to use the way back machine go to archive dot org slash web. Type the euro at the site. You want to investigate in the browser history search bar in the results you'll see a chronological bar graph. That shows how many times the site was crawled and saved in a given year. You're click the year and blow. You'll see a twelve month. Calendar with various dates highlighted blue highlights mean. The site was saved properly. Red Means it was not click one of the highlight of dates and the site. Stop shots will appear click on one of those snapshots end just like that. You've traveled back in time to that older version of the site. If you want to make sure that a particular site is recorded to archive you can do so manually. Use The save page now option to save specific page. What's but realized that doing so? Only save that one page entire website and it doesn't guarantee that the site will be crawled in the future and if content owners want their material excluded from the way back machine and they can submit a request by sending an email to info at archive dot org.

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County Commissioner Criticized For ‘Civil War’ Poll Question

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

County Commissioner Criticized For ‘Civil War’ Poll Question

"A county commissioner on Cape Cod is being criticized for comments he made WBZ Suzanne sizeable reports it's from a posting on social media Barnstable county commissioner Ron BT asked whether a civil war would be better than allowing radical socialist to take over the country Republican state Rep Timothy Whalen of Brewster says the commissioners words are deeply troubling and unbecoming of an elected official media Republican says he has every right to ask the poll question and that he hopes doing so will allow others to be equally as candid he says he has absolutely nothing to apologize for VD faced criticism and calls for his resignation last year when he asked on social media if gay politicians could fairly represent all

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Arlington Police Send Group To Fallen Houston Officer Christopher Brewster’s Funeral

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Arlington Police Send Group To Fallen Houston Officer Christopher Brewster’s Funeral

"In Arlington police honor guard is now in Huston though are an attending right now the funeral of a fallen police officer getting under way sergeant Christopher Brewster of the Houston police department was shot and killed in the line of duty over the weekend Arlington police lieutenant Christopher cook says Arlington sends delegations to the funeral of any officer who dies in the line of duty in Texas we always be in support of our fellow neighboring agencies whether that's local state county or federal agencies and will participate in those types of services to continue in

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René Auberjonois, "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" actor, dies at 79

KNX Evening News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

René Auberjonois, "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" actor, dies at 79

"Film and TV actor has died at his home here in LA Renee overs in law is remembered for film roles that included mash Brewster McCloud M. McCabe and Mrs Miller but he's probably best known for his TV roles on Benson Star Trek Deep Space Nine and Boston legal he also guested on many TV series his son says the actor died of lung cancer at his home in Los Angeles he was seventy

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Houston police officer and Arkansas police officer fatally shot in separate incidents over the weekend

Red Eye Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Houston police officer and Arkansas police officer fatally shot in separate incidents over the weekend

"In Arkansas police officer was shot and killed outside police headquarters late Saturday Fayetteville police chief Mike Reynolds says the officer never had a chance have no motive at all it appears that the suspect came into the back parking lot it just executed my office in Houston an officer was fatally shot while investigating a domestic disturbance Houston police chief art Acevedo says sergeant Chris Brewster was struck multiple times after exiting his patrol car the entire incident has been captured on body worn camera and what people see as a coward the two the two glasses were

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"brewster" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"brewster" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"I wouldn't want to eat tuna fish sandwich at this place. This is a burger bust scenario. No fish involve fucking char that things I know there's an impossibility possibility of food poisoning. That's the thing is you don't really see them like doing any of the makeup for this. It's looks like Jordana Brewster. Just takes a fuck and plate from underneath the Celtics Yup. Here's your tuna fish sandwich three made for Samuel. She knew he was coming busy. We're told he's coming every oh right and asking he has the tuna fish fellow question. Does I'm coming into the the follow up question. How is the crime crime today any illegal shipments going on <hes> Yummy Yummy this tuna sandwich yes and that it is indeed Jordana Brewster Mia Toronto <hes> some of these movies? I becomes back. I've only seen the first three and then the one we did. I have not seen the rest of them. Yes she's flying around. She's in that <hes> seventh one. She's in the six to seven. I think that might be it. She might get like a single. Don't we see her like some island villa in eight like because they've hit her away well they write her off. If I remember the one we did which which was the the fate of eight various the right her off with Paul Walker because it's like oh they go off together. They go off like come on man dies to well. That's the whole the end of <hes> seventh movies like the cars and his kind of goes into clouds or whatever that weird wiz Khalifa Song so he drove like a plane off. Wei drove a car off a plane and he just fell through the clouds no well yeah but he raised talking about raced into movie is like Paul Walker and Vin diesel go for like one last ride and ran because Paul Walker's. There's like I have a family now like I'm going to get out of the saving the world game and he liked their their paths diverge and Paul Walker drives off Paul Walker's fate should have been he should be running to read those now against sentence in Hell Torito's is it looks dusty it looks unairconditioned and I'm gonNA eat tuna fish and others an angry guy that comes in and yells at him and starts a fight yeah and he drops an enough bomb not the fuck word that the fun sad one tells them to go eat at Burger King instead but he he says go to Fat Burger. You get to ninety nine burgers you any drops it a weird sentence weird looking at the president of the United States. That's probably very true. That was a Mickey d's though he he ain't a fat burger. The thing that's weird is we're in the middle of L._A.. And this place looks like in the middle of the fucking desert what it does look like fucking twin peaks roadside diner. They're totally at my favorite part about this. Was anybody listening to the soundtrack. Oh Song where it's just what show watch watch your back because some GonNa put you in the back of the head translating what's happening in the movie Too Fat Burger you go to fatburger you hit on underdown brewster on hit under bruce dirty shirt because I watched to festival furious directed by John Singleton entirety of fucking kid rock's ball with the bond that thing and that's like you're chasing ball with the Bob Radio Radio Edit yes..

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"brewster" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"brewster" Discussed on Car Talk

"The meantime, you can call us about your car where at eight eight eight carts are that's eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five lawyer on car talk. Joe from Brewster Brewster way. Bristol, New York Brewster New York. Joe was Brewster New York. It's at it's just over the Connecticut state border, China near Danbury, Connecticut. Reu eighty four and six eighty four intersects exactly where it is. I broke down there once. Hey, next time down you can give me a call. I will what's up Joe? Well, I got a nineteen eighty dodge Aspen special edition. Yeah. That was a misnomer. Because it says it right on the right on the hood ornament. Misnomer, especially especially it's a second car that we have it's a commuting car that my wife worked uses to go to the train with goes by ten miles a day. And I want to keep it running for a couple more years the mechanic that I brought it to I noticed there were some spots on the driveway underneath it. Go ahead at early juncture your show. Yeah. Well, that's all right. But this just corroborate the fact that most men are cheapskates. Especially when it comes to their wives car. We're kind of a Porsche to you. Dr. Joe I drive a lumber Guinean. We have the best of all worlds, and I have a company car. That's it. That's all paid for gas and insurance and everything else. Go ahead finish your story. Mile spots under it in the took it to a local mechanic who I trust. And he said, it's the radiator. And he said it costs about four hundred dollars to replace it. And I don't want outlay that cash, and I've actually liked to give a shot at replacing the radiator myself. I've I've never done any work on a car. I consider myself, you know, fairly intelligent guy. I don't you know, put my hand in fires tried Tried to. to. So I consider myself pretty intelligent actually, pretty handy wondering if you could give me some guide incest to a book or or some sort of guidance and how I might go about replacing it how badly leaking not very not very bad. I'm I have to top it off about every two weeks or so, and it's only it's only going about ten miles everyday right now. Where it's leaking from. I don't right now. I the radiator is leaking. You know that much. Yes. Have you considered eggs, me eggs? It doesn't have any odor to it at all. No. If you consider adding eggs, we we had a caller last last year that that recommended the addition of eggs to a cooling system to stop radiator leaks. Now, how the Hector scrambled or? No, no, I think I think raw just a raw cracked the whole egg. Or is it just the whites? Tire egg. Syria. Nobody but Joe wants to Joe wants the challenge. And once the satisfaction more than anything of having read. You don't want to the the cost the price was four hundred dollars. Certainly don't want to do it myself. Here's what you do. Okay. Interesting. You do tomorrow morning. Yeah. Go to Sears. And by a three hundred dollar tool kit. Okay. Before you leave the store, you gotta by Idi coveralls because you're gonna get dirty. So go to the clothing department and get yourself a coveralls air about fifty nine bucks with up to now fifty nine fifty nine and you don't have to get under the car. You're gonna need a creep, a creeper twenty nine bucks. Okay. So I'm still doing. All right. Go ahead. You're gonna need a gallon and a half of any freeze at some of the six or eight bucks hose. Clamps five bucks. Okay. Okay. Oh, you're gonna buy the radio. Oh, yeah. Up to eight hundred and twelve unless I can find another special edition nineteen hundred. Street to where you know. And I could do a little Coniston's work. Here's the problem that of.

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"brewster" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"brewster" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Everybody was drinking this stuff from mom's two kids to dads to whoever. Yeah. Because milk at the time it would have been used mostly for cheese and butter wine too expensive for the commoners to drink and water was not potable the middle ages. Sounds. So fun. Yes. So, and it was not only considered a hydration, but also a nutritious meal. Yeah. You gotta have a little beer snack. Yeah. I wish we had a beer not right now. But yeah. For a lot of the women who were in the of the brewster's lot of the women who were in this trade. It did offer them a little bit more pay in prestige. Because if you think about the occupations that were available to women in the middle ages in England, I probably wouldn't that create not too many. But there could be wrinkles that would pop up every now, and then if you're a Brewster because it could happen that you might cook up a batch of not so good beer, and in instances, where if people ever got sick from beer, they drink spoiled beer, it was attributed to which he brewster's they were actually called beer witches. That's my new insult you which EP well, probably more of a term of endearment, you witchy, Bruce, which roost and just driving home to how common it was for everyone. And we mean, everyone to drink beer and ale throughout the throughout the day. Just sit any old time. There is something called. Groening ale that pregnant women would drink to help with any kind of pregnancy pains labor pains. And there was also a special bridal ale. That would often be featured at weddings. Yeah. And speaking of which our modern word for bride had no idea about this comes from the Germanic root brew meaning to brew be. Are you the more, you know, more, you know, but I do wonder about pregnant women drinking ale, I am a little concerned for our ancestors. But we're here now. Well, you know, things it was a different time back in the middle ages share. And I'm sure it was not high gravity. I'm sure they were not drink their groaning L was not too hard. Yeah. Yeah. It was let's hope not. But I mean, if you think about the technology and advancements of the time, it was pretty slow maybe in part due to all that Groening ale. But it's funny, though, if you look at beer in colonial America, same kind of thing going on where it's still commonly made usually by women in the households and even though. Oh, you know, the US was very puritanical at this time. Ale beer were commonly drunk, and this is coming from an article in the Atlantic talking about how women were the family brewers, and they would make rich beers from corn, pumpkin. Artichoke oats, wheat, Honey and molasses. Interesting. Artichoke beer. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know about that. Well, if somebody out there makes it I'll try it. Definitely sounds very earthy. Earthy beer, this peer has artichoke undertones. But this will sound familiar to listeners who listen to our coffee episode, the coffee culture, episode win, beer brewing, moved out of the house and started to become more professionalized. That's when we see more men taking it over and women kind of leaving the industry that was growing at the time. You know, back then many women brewed only on an occasional basis and simply couldn't compete with the men who were entering it professionally. Yeah. And once beer, not only started being made outside of the house, but also drunk outside of the house of this happening more towards the industrial revolution. When you have guys working outside the home. And so they would perhaps go to a bar afterwards or on their lunch break. I don't know for a beer, and it became improper also kind of like coffee houses as we talked about in that coffee episode for women to. Fraternize at this establishment, not so much because of the alcohol involved, but just because it would have been improper to be a woman hanging out with all these men like essentially, they were assumed to be prostitutes..

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"brewster" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"brewster" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Listen. Bills. I'll dream a Monday night. Yeah. But I feel like you, and I even having this conversation having opinions on craft beer as like busting stereotypes. So well, that's what we're here to do. Caroline is bus stereotypes, especially stereotypes about beer and for followers of stuff. I'm never told you this probably going to be some repeat info because we have talked before about how women or the original beer brewers or brewster's. I love that word. I had no idea that the word Brewster existed for women brewers. Yeah. I love that. And then of course, I just think about punky Brewster. And then I started thinking about like do I knew anyone with the surname Brewster? No. But then the brewer and then I think about the Milwaukee Brewers. And then I just like go have a beer. Yeah. But okay. So in a lot of ancient societies women were the ones entrusted with the beer making. And and it was it went beyond that. It wasn't just that women were the ones who had to do it. It was like men actively were. Not trusted to handle the beer. Yeah. Because it was it was that important for these ancient societies. And there's this cultural anthropologist named Alan d Eames, and he's hugged the Indiana Jones of beer, I want to hang out with him. Yeah. That's a great title. And he was talking to Maclean's magazine a few years ago about how pretty much every ancient societies. Beer creation. Myth starts with a beer goddess, essentially. Yeah. Egypt had Hathor which she sounds like exactly the type of lady I want to hang out with. She was called the goddess of drunkenness the inventors of brewing the mistress of intoxication and her temple was referred to as the place of drunkenness. So she had the the party palace. She's like the the goddess of the fraternity system I feel. At Thor knows how to have a good time. But I wonder though Hathor ever had parties over at the palace of Sumerian goddess series. Who was the one who watched over the daily brewing rituals, and then so Hathor in series got together and went over to hang out with Roman goddess series. She's the harvest goddess and so the name for beer over there with Sarah Visita from series is name, and we should say the Roman goddess series series with a C Marian got us series. As series was an s so it might have gotten a little confusing, especially once all the got us has had a couple of drinks which series they were talking about. But I'm sure they probably came up with like fun nicknames. Sure. So and that's how they kinda worked around that. And now I really want to go to this fictional goddess beer party. Yeah. But the ancient Finns also had their own lady beer Lor. They believed. That three women originally created ale for a wedding feast by mixing wait for it. Beers saliva with wild, Honey. And then blending it into beer. So like like wild bears like or polar bears any bear. I'm going to say finish bear cynics bear niche bears. I wonder they're probably blonde. Yes. In medieval England, we have the brewster's as we said who oversaw household ale. Production a significant number of these women tended to be widows or single before the black plague and then that kind of change demographics just a little bit. But you know, talking about household ale production..

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"brewster" Discussed on Inside the Cave

Inside the Cave

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"brewster" Discussed on Inside the Cave

"Everybody. By the way, cat thinks. She slick she. She invites people loaded fishy. No ako come over back in the day. I would have just popped up on you see invite people over this. You know, ain't gonna come over. So as real Smick, I like everything put back in the day. I worked popped up. They don't talk about it. Baby. You coming against the states on because I'm on a budget speech on firm ounce. Invited us go you invite as I should've just assured pop up over there with my proof. To do inside the cave Christmas party. I really would love to have that at my home. No. Back in the day. I would have just popped up on your ass. Then. Then with air by raid. Yeah. You better tell the dog, but a total cook fucking around inviting me if she don't mean it. Run. I had left. How we told? What you gotta come with some of your day. At the dose. Skip. You gotta break. I guess if he showed up at my house and guide them dollar still waters. Walmart, isn't that true? Walmart. Oh, modest what? Anyway. Okay. Listen neighboring on all this. This. It all went down the same. Plus, you got to frigerator full of in this thing. Who? Goodness. And see what he said. What is it? What? Want to upgrade it to Iceland? Nothing. Just bro. As two older for I got. You're what upgrade the two bags? I. You're in the black and white label, no colors or nothing. She was boss. I tell you what we have a great show today. I'm telling you right now with us, the whole show, the whole podcast who radio show is cherry jus-. I've been talking about it for the past rage interview. She colony of telling you the stuff to we're going to talk about. You all are going to be so surprised, but she's more than just punky Brewster and family matters, y'all. It's going to be some people upset about the benefactor. I had to actually do some ru journalists work, and I called some people in our Kelly's camp. I shouldn't say this is called the tease in radio tease, just vouch. And yes, this is a great interview Yalo going to here. So we got Jerry Johnson coming on pretty soon. The other thing is to wanted everybody who. W twos. This is what we're going to start doing. I dunno. Sees this must be the comedy. Is the cave is going on is I the cave is coming to patriarch in the.

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"brewster" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"brewster" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"And now it's yours bathing washing it wash body parts in it and then recycle it back into the pond itself where others will drink from it wash your genitals black black lers lers big bic in traffic brought to you by brewster at brewster's suits clothes pants underwear shoes and socks all at limited prices the brewster been serving men just like you for seventy five years in the downtown los angeles area the brewsters in the fabric district in the fabric district brewster's in the flannel district and in the fabric the district does four places brewster's on a pair of cloud ears come in wearing something that might glow in the dark put everyone at ease at brewster's sit on it but brewster's everybody was terry kronenbourg inviting you to come out to our football panel feed next tuesday at ward highschool all the top coaches in the area plus pro players like myself fast johnston the clips and wild one will be there to teach you the different the different things to do on a football field jaw wired for the last three days i fall joys that's the football panel terry mix lindbergh that walks in highschool is calling saturday high school full pedal terry totally screwed it up in order half noshow bird mecklenburg deal by frankenstein's army pay this is bob ross go roscoe surf shop were at the goosestep right at the corner there of hanley near the breakers tell you this is the year for us bring in all the great new products we've got a lot of beautiful beautiful japanese malls and well some of the good stuff from the european continent and for those of you that are into the sail boards have those got the boogie board body board and awake board to some the best sticks around right here at roscoe surf shop again we're in the blind right next to who'd elise and the gibbons spot and tears jimmy to tell you more.

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"brewster" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brewster" Discussed on First and Last

"The ohio state university my brewster is a guy that i have known since high school both part of the same allstar game coming out was with him briefly when we were both in camp with new orleans saints few years back and now mike brewster trying to become a head coach and the difficult process especially trying to get your footing the doors g a it is really thankless work early on and there are very few positions for a lot of people that all had the same idea and so at the american football coaches convention down in our show from ah in charlotte you've got to try and find a way to stand out and there's a ton of traffic down there there's a ton of coaches rolv a lot going on in their plates it's hard to really get a word in that drives and so by go brewster put copies of his resume and attach them to the wall above urinals in the bathroom and the charlotte convention center mr cassidy is the mother of all invention and so at espn radio at angola junior 57 on twitter what's the weirdest thing you've done to get a job ardy had brendan medford tweeted and i am posed the seven by eleven watermark of me rock climbing on my resume with brendan trivia in quotes jesper time call for desperate measures and who knows we'll wait and see because now we're all invested right michael brewster is creating an environment where we're all in on this together and we got to find out of this do gets a job where when because you've branded yourself as the journal resume guy that might not be enough to skyrocket you to the top of coaching success throughout the course of your career but mad at the very least that feels like a g a job this feels like the kid the goes and gets two hundred thousand retweeting score's a problem day.

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"brewster" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"brewster" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

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"brewster" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"brewster" Discussed on WTMA

"Of these people being hired so your thoughts on what brewster guy i would agree with that in terms of where we need to look at enforcement actually these dreamer specifically in all honesty or or not neither overstays uh they were most likely brought here you it's very young people you can't do have been uh you know over fifteen uh when you're brought in and can't apply until you're fifteen so between the ages of fifteen and thirty or the uh the age ranges in which you can actually affirmatively ask for it and you've got to not be able to have any other form of adjustment of status so it's a situation where they you know this is a very specific segment of uh of our population uh that are the dreamers so just with respect to that uh i just wanted to point out the realities of uh of uh of who these people are uh right to the extent that you know these kids have been you know educated here in in our country uh you know a lot of them are professionals we've got about twenty two thousand of them that are actually teachers uh some of these these daca recipients at professionals you know attorneys doctors so it's a situation where you know if we look at who these folks are uh it is important to do that i think because you know the their exceptional in a lot of ways you know not all of them but uh but certainly you know they cannot have had a you know certain criminal record uh so all of these things we're looking at uh in terms of of of who in and what they are i am with you i i think that's all very persuasive as long as we remove the incentive argument and that again can be done by uh the simple yes yes admittedly expensive uh uh a method of simply providing some border security that is to say making entry into this country much more likely to be that which is permissible than it is to be haphazard if that happens then i i think that the arguments against the dreamers a largely disappear and i would concur i would agree i would i would i totally agree with that i feel i think that's part of uh.

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