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"cuyahoga river" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
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"cuyahoga river" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Going life is a rich pageant. It was it was in eighty six. But now if you go to cleveland. Cleveland has partly as a result of well trying to clean up the coyuca. 'cause it's still somewhat of a of a river endanger but they've cleveland has kind of largely de industrialized or at least tried to the part of that is a lot of cities have taken these inner harbor cores and tried to draw visitors in taking them the coolest part of town. Yeah cleveland re bland rebe rebranded and also rebranded the area as the flats which they mehta like tried to make a bustling clubbing rock and roll. Cool kid part cleveland cleveland. A big town still But up river on the koya yoga. There's this really kind of beautiful national park on either side of the river of that's full of bike trails and it's actually you know conveys a kind of wild river vibe. Although it's downstream of these king rust belt towns up river so so the cleanup worked. The cleanup largely worked. Although the kogas still has has some issues including i think the the river bottom is a is a epa disaster site like there are still all kinds of awful heavy metals and stuff. I mean they continued to dredge the river. And they dredge it now. The rivers twenty seven feet deep. Where if it were left alone it would be one foot deep and full of spawning fish. Tugboats have to up their bottoms though. Yeah but so. It's a a superfund site but also now a place of of river walks in a superfund site us. That's the superfund back in superfund. All of this culminates. Ken in the koga last year. Being designated as america's river of the year every year we have a river we have a river of the year and the river of the year is the river that's made. It's kind of like student of the year It's the river. That's made the greatest progress. How i most improved yeah. Nba has that so the river of the year would be in. America would be The missouri every year. If it weren't for the fact that the you know what can you say about the missouri year after year So every year a new river gets gets this. Honor gets the white ribbon and it was the coil. Hogue alasdair people's sexiest river alive. Yeah and that's the that's the idea. It's it's okay. This is yeah this. I'm reading this given by american rivers which is Which is a major rivers nonprofit yet who who announced the g. o. June wall recording. This is national rivers. Month what are you doing for national rivers month going to go to slippery rock oregon and slipped down a rock very slippery. Rock in oregon. I'm gonna just like the koga on fire will. This show will not air until after river mud next year. Makes you celebrate okay. This is kind of knew this. The started in two thousand nine hundred ninety. I guess it was started in two thousand. Nineteen with the announcement of america's river of the year. Oh that's the fiftieth anniversary of the qualifier. There we go. Hey last year. It was the deller. But i guess for the last thirty four years. American rivers has announced their ten most endangered rivers boy this year. Oh the snake endangered. Oh well i should also say a salmon. The koga was also extensively dammed in the twentieth century to generate power during. The you know the the boom time of hydro-electric damning and now a lot of the dams on the koyo and that you know the dams just increased the kind of slow moving slugging sludgy rancid -ness of the river. Ninja turtles though. Oh interesting yeah but a lot of those dams are now getting torn down as part of the of rivers movement. So some of your. We're going to in our lifetime. See a lot of those. Koga dams consigned to the damn bin of history today. Damn wastebasket of history the this year. The raccoon river is the ninth most endangered river. I have never heard of the raccoons apparently a small iowa river which has been contaminated by factory farms. Oh sure all the possibly have raccoons all the the. The the poop and the antibiotic comorans drinking water is now full of whatever awful stuff gets used in these factory farms so hormones hormones from cows are giving puberty is now starting at age four into moines here so thank you american rivers for bringing visibility to all the problems of the raccoon river completing fire. Thank you future links in the dozens for suggesting readjusting the coca river fire. You can now be alone. And that includes the klay hugger river fire slash fires entry three. Oh nine is four three zero two certificate number one two three nine eight in the omnibus. Hopefully we continue to progress as a species and much as we cleaned up our rivers. Clean up the sluggishness of our skies. And other gonna say oh. It's very sludgy. Do you feel like we can clean up. Well we have to take down the dams. Wait no don't take down the dams on the internet build more dams for dan more dams and less sludge but in our day we were on social media at omnibus project. I'm ken jennings. You can find john roderick especially on his patron you can email us at the omnibus project at gmail.com.
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Local problem. It didn't make the national news. It just sort of the river smouldered and And carl stokes like said. Hey this is. He tried to make it and with his brother tried to make it. A national issue called it out and crickets hurt a lot of fire under congress. Yes under the congress because they already a fire under the railroad bridge but nothing happened until a couple of weeks later time magazine who in time was inaugurating. A new section of the magazine in response to this movement called the environmental section interesting. It was really just a pager to about like this is a beat. Now like what's happening and you know and this is the type of thing. People love to read magazines even then like. Here's a picture of a giant waste dump. How do you like them apples. I remember this from the garbage barge entry. People do kind of love their fear porn of and it's sad clear. Cut trees really sells the movement. When you see the photographic evidence and this is the dawn of twenty five years of what you think of as localized disaster porn so Acid rain is killing these trees in in up in by toronto and killer. Bees are coming in from the south and garbage barge and three mile island. All of these things are kind of just prior to the disaster point that we have today. Which is everything is dying. The west is in drought and on fire but the world is humans. Aren't going to survive right. That's the the current iteration of what used to be in a sequel. You always want to up the stakes screenwriting. One on one but so time magazine writes an article about this call. Yoga fire but they put a picture from the nineteen fifty two in the article. The nineteen fifty-two article where the flames are five stories tall. The bridge is on fire boats or burning. It's like it's really a killer if you're gonna put a picture of a river fire that's the one. How are we sleep when the boats are burning. Yeah there you go to coin a phrase and and they don't say this is a picture from fifty to they say. A big fire happened on the coca river. Can you believe it. And it suddenly enters the national consciousness as maybe the preeminent example of how far we've fallen and even though it's funny because this is entirely consistent with something that's happened since the nineteenth century and is getting better this one hundred years of river. The river catching on fire. And now actually. Carl stokes has been working to to remedy. And what a what makes this This article land so hard is this is right after the moon landing so it's just like we can put on the moon but kind of rhetoric well and also Right effort chappaquiddick. And so which is another sorted riverdale. Same week sandwiches moon landing and so. That's not missed it to this day. They think mary jo. Kopechne is still alive. Aldrin's like why won't you call me. But what what. What makes this interesting. Is that this article with the giant picture of the burning boat appears time magazine. Most sold time magazine in decades. It's got ted kennedy on the cover and it's got stories of the moon and so this. Yeah this this is flying off the shelves and then in the brand new environmental section. It's like and guess what else the rivers the rivers on fire at insult to injury. And so this you know really takes scoop jackson's Environmental committee it makes this this kind of one event. Galvanizes the public opinion or rather galvanizes. Public opinion doesn't need. The congress is accused of the public public opinion and in quick succession. The environmental protection agency is a is formed and signed into law by none other than than that legendary environmental richard. Nixon always been a pro nixon podcast. Yep that's right and we loved the epa. Don't we feel. God bless him. And then in in nineteen seventy two. The clean water act is passed again. Very much Sort of propelled by the experience of the koga river catching on fire and so this is really just being driven by a real public outcry. People are people are now outraged. An urgent about this and the government has to be. I mean this was a time when government of both parties would actually try to solve problems instead of to make. The other guy looked it. Wasn't i mean. Nixon didn't say this is a bunch of hippies once again. The hippies of you've been using drugs and lighting rivers on fire. It seemed like this was good business right. We are a which would be true of of any legislation. today just doesn't happen and also a lot of these programs were already in In the process right government was already considering this there was already an environmental movement. It's just how are you going to argue with this picture of the river on fire. The great lakes water quality agreement was signed. Love the gop. This is got. You're good at that you just out. I'm not i missed. The w actually nine hundred seventy was the first earth day right so this is all just within a couple of years. It does all the love canal. Cleanup stuff starts later. That's the late seventies. Or you know middle late seventies and you know what love canal and the sutton who are both on my on my list sutton who is completely separate i well. There's nothing to do their next to each other on my list so every time i see love canal i think about viking long sutton who lost those. Two words have lost all meaning to me. Knock there. I don't want want one but the koga fire remained in our national consciousness. Long after actually randy newman wrote a song about it right in in that time. Yeah called burn on. He wrote that. In nineteen seventy two. But then within the generation x. culture most famously rem wrote their stern denunciation of of american expansionism and russian goes all the way back to like. That's not just about a river fire it's also about indians and settlers and it's about stealing land from the natives and look what we did with it. Look how look what a bad job. We've done that was in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and i think that is something that kind of kept it like. That's where i learned about the coca river. Fire was. I had to look it up. Because i was like. What's the somber. yeah right. Like michael stipe..
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"'til you made it out well till you went to korea but do you think that you are d- do you have the disposition of If you're if you're in your asto stober wagon hogan and you arrived at a river. Would you say yeah. Let's build a house or would you continue on. I am mr. What's on the other side of that river as my family knows to their annoyance when they try to go hiking with. What's on come on one more river. Yeah and it's you're on a hike. I often will be the one who has top fever. We can't stop here. The the trail ends half a mile up there sure. The full summit seems to appear to be right there. But then i am mr. Hey there's another false summit at that it's not. This wasn't the summit on word. Got us gotta go a little further. What if we miss the good thing. Excelsior the good thing is up there where there are no trees and i don't believe the good thing has ever actually come between the. My wife wanted to turn around me wanting to turn around. I'm like over fifty years. You're chasing the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Sure it's you're not going to catch it can't receding in front of me. It's right there but it's near never gonna. It's like if you cut if you fold a piece of paper over and over you know you're you're never gonna get there. I'm never going to get those skills. Cut each number in half and you'll never reach infinity or zero. It's the hilbert origami. Yeah but one settlers settled there and And the original settlement at the mouth of the river which was a kind of you know delta like most rivers when they entered a lake sorta spread out and became a marshy delta. It's part of the it's part of the rhythm of life better river creates this verdict swamp. Is that what you think of. As the river as the rhythm of life the rhythm of life is the the rivers swamps we so the seed nature grows the seed and then we eat the seed. Where did this walk through. I also you know the water goes up. The water comes down. The water goes up. The water comes down. It's the water cycle the rhythm of life. What did you think the rhythm of life rhythm of life is like lions zebras zebra z. Grass grass eat worms worms. Eli on the the rhythm nation. It's a yeah. We're a part of the rigorous. Life is in this case. The rhythm of life is water. goes up. water comes down and at because that because this is my show. And i'm going to bang that tambourine. But the original settlement there on the co cola hogan became the great city of cleveland. Originally spelled weird. Cleveland was named for a guy like early. Settler moses cleveland. I think who had an extra ian his name c. l. e. l. e. v. cleveland to cleveland to yeah right and then when the city was named after him i guess it. They just misspelled his name. That seems to be really how things get named in this country. This says one theory is that his own surveying party misspelled his name on their map. Yeah boy get get a better surveying partner. The stir wealthy connecticut surveyor. I don't know if you've ever read the journals of lewis and clark uncorrected but their spelling is but meriwether lewis is a. He spelled words differently every time he wrote them. Probably including meriwether right m. e. r. y. m. e. r. i. telling you exactly science back then whereas today it's our it's our most important way of You know dismissing opinion if somebody put an extra apostrophe it's her producer you suck jefferson paid for meriwether lewis education but jefferson had other stuff going on. And it's not true. Jefferson paid for is meriwether lewis. Thomas jefferson's illegitimate son. It doesn't appear so. It appears that thomas jefferson took became mary lou whether lewis's patron at a young age because he had a he had a single mom and he was precocious. And jeff was like you know what son i'm gonna i'm gonna give you a job here like shocking coroner. Whatever and then put him through school except he kept leaving school because he had other stuff to do. But this is not about lewis and clark. I wanna cool unfriendly. Mary weather bright. I don't. I don't know a single person named mary weather. Everybody's named cayden and jaden and shading weather's gonna come back. It's do if. I had another. If i had another child. And that child was a boy child. I would very whether works for any gender or non binary. It's the perfect name. We all we all things that are mary mary weather. We all like when the weather is mary. And we're making us feel mary. You could name any child. Mary whether you could name you could name your next dog. Meriwether that would be that would be pretty. We live in a part of the country where mary mary and mary are all the same pronunciation. But lord of the rings really legitimized calling him a boy mary as long as you spell at the merry christmas way right so and as long as that child is a hobby. Yes i'll children's start out as hobbits the koya ho-gau once. It was established. Once the city of cleveland was a town of cleveland was established there. It was recognized that the hogan was going to be a river of industry river of commerce and in fact as early as eighteen twenty two no eighteen twenty seven. The mouth of the river was dredged and reshaped by what would have been a nascent corps of engineers to build this because otherwise there wasn't fit building a city in puerto. Well yeah because it was a navigable because the got in and and fanned out and so in order to. I got shallow fan. I know sorted. I starting at about eight thirty eight.
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Dot i s four three certificate number one two three nine eight the koya hogar river fire. Man's mark is everywhere. Is this mark and for the cuyahoga crooked river. You know there's a whole period where future ling's thought. It was hilarious to count. How long time how long it would take for us to actually mention the topic of the show in omnibus. How what was the longest one. If you were call future links. Sort of gossiping. I think bill. W is the record holder and it's over an hour over an hour. We talked before. I actually mentioned bill. W it's like an hour and ten minutes and really to me. That's not a strike against the show. Just means we were. We were really building up to it. it's like jazz. There are no wrong notes in omnibus. There's two minutes of intro mission about build up a you but there. There was well over an hour of bill w foreplay. Yeah but lately. It feels like we've been mentioning the topic of the show kind of upfront. And and i'm just going to dive right into the koya hogan river fire because of the story. You know it's it's given away by the topic. It's not like you can tiptoe around it. Here's an impressive. How this might have gone. Can you ever drive across the river. That's on fire ken. How many rivers have you crossed. You ever lit a river on fire. Ever see water. Burn you ever see a man abida to a shoe. Do you like roman gladiator. Have you have you ever seen a river on. Fire know in fact. I don't believe that's a thing. Have you ever seen water on five. Water can't be on fire. That's where you're wrong. I feel like i when i was a kid. I saw a magazine. Ads always used to be for cigarettes and liquor. Yes and there was a picture of some cocktail. Which was i. Don't know what the couple coffee beans at the bottom of a glass of rum. Maybe and then. The whole thing was lit on fire. This am i making this up. No you obviously spent your time in in bars where people are throwing flaming cocktails around. I mean i'm vaguely aware that flaming cocktails existed really a cup of coffee beans at the bottom of anyway. I don't know about that. But it's it's very popular to set your booze on fire because it burns off the booze and you can drink it. Then that's why. I do not get drunk. That's why i do it And i was just amazed that this Because you know it was whatever the liquor was it was clear so it looks like well. It's like a cup of coffee beans and some water. The water was on fire. Yeah and i was mesmerized by it. As a child i mean. I'm definitely the product of magazine ads of the early seventies selling liquor and cigarettes..
Cleveland's Baseball Team Goes From Indians to Guardians
"There is a new name for Cleveland's Major League Baseball team the team has been the Indians since nineteen fifteen gather we are all Cleveland guard the new name was revealed in a video narrated by Tom Hanks the change was triggered by a national reckoning by teams and institutions to permanently drop logo's and names considered racist and now it's time do you rate as one family one community to build the next area for this team and this city to keep watch and guard what makes this game the greatest three years ago the Indian stop wearing their chief Wahoo logo on their jerseys and caps not far from the team's ballpark on a bridge over the Cuyahoga river are too large landmark stone edifices referred to as guardians I met Donahue
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on Gastropod
"And light. You do what you can to make your product attractive and desirable and you do what you can to make the competing product dangerous or unhealthy or unattractive and in this case the competing product is tap water and so in the early days of bottled water especially the bottled water companies. Vilified tap water. They did what they could to make you. Fear tap water by pointing out problems with municipal tap water which which occur so is the fear or message and that was very effective this message resonated partly because the environment and the water. All around us had gained national attention. Around that time the late sixties and early seventies are kind of the dawn of the environmental movement in the us one of the most visible events that sparked the movement was when the cuyahoga river in cleveland literally caught fire mccoy a hobo. A relative unknown became an overnight sensation. The pollution problem received national attention. Time magazine reported shortly after the incident. Some river chocolate brown oily bubbling with sub-surface gases it oozes rather than flus anyone who falls into the cuyahoga does not drown jeevan citizens joke grimly. He decays all joking aside. The situation was indeed grim that was the sixties but by the nineteen seventies the epa had been created and. There was a bunch of new legislation in place to clean things up including the clean water act and the safe drinking water act but it was too late. This was the final blow that set tap water far behind bottled water. In this competition..
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on WTVN
"Ten WTVN I heart radio station this is a pedestrian was struck and killed twenty nine year old the Tasha white made an attempt to cross south High Street near Sciota towns around eleven o'clock Friday night but a car driven by Omar Salem of billiard hit her it goes down to see six traffic fatality in the city so far this year it was a wild scene in the Cuyahoga river late Friday a caller into the river that from Cleveland police say the driver and passenger of the vehicle that plunged into the Cuyahoga river Friday night were able to escape but now an investigation into how the car got there is under way officers say the car went into the river around riverbed street now may have a new at eleven thirty in the evening the Cleveland version of fire EMS and Coast Guard all responding to the scene I'm kind of Cornell police in east Cleveland have arrested a man who allegedly pulled a gun on at least one officer Saturday afternoon during a traffic stop suspect was pulled over in the thirteen thousand block of superior Avenue and started to run away on foot he then pulled out a handgun from his waistband and an officer on scene fired his own weapon twice the suspect in through the gun away and was taken into custody in Montgomery County the body of a man found dead in Jefferson township has been identified a sixty four year old David Hackett who was found just before twelve thirty Saturday afternoon near Germantown pike and route for his cause of death is still not known over five hundred people in Columbus Saturday morning climb the stairs and roads tower to benefit the American lung association well the one million dollars was raised to the tenth annual fight for air climb event it was chilly in Cleveland Saturday but runners brace the weather and took part in the eighth annual Cupid's Undie run in which they ran in their underwear the charity event raises money for the children's tumor foundation to help find a cure for Nero fibroma Telesis for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explain not shout it listen to the daily dive.
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Cuyahoga river in Ohio caught fire fifty years ago and even though that fire in nineteen sixty nine was quickly extinguished its impact is still felt to this day it sparked political action that led to the creation of the U. S. environmental protection agency just a year later in nineteen seventy the fire broke out because of pollution and fifty years later the river as much healthier but still faces some challenges afternoon drive is driven by medicine these side route forty six please sign route thirty three decide and now route seventy Nissan and ask where they make buying fun easy from the are W. J. Barnabas health studios this is New Jersey one a one point five Jersey city Medical Center earned its fourteenth eight grade from the leapfrog group Jersey city Medical Center and are W. J. Barnabas health achieving excellence together New Jersey one one point five if police officer would do a little inventory of your vehicle or right now is there anything that while legal in arms reach might be able to be used as a weapon in case some road rage not should confront you one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five more of your calls after fast traffic for double parked illegally self approaching aged one thirty in Woodbridge there's a crash it looks like it's confined to the shoulder this reporter sponsored by life like with Norton two eighty seven started to build up just a bit now between aged four and three on the southbound side eighteen to New Brunswick slow down a bit and the traffic on the car lanes of the turnpike the there's construction close on the on ramp going south of exit eleven for the time being so we do watch out for that meanwhile the traffic is holding up pretty well on one ninety five to ninety five some slow down south of forty two and in the creek road you've got some delays across us and if you're leaving New Jersey everything still under a five minute wait lifelong record security is the identity theft protection and device security you need again cyber threats in today's connected world join at LifeLock dot com use promo code rest for ten percent off your first year traffic every fifteen minutes next.
Cuyahoga River, Cleveland And Ohio discussed on Open Phones
"Today, marks fifty years since pollution on the cuyahoga river, caught fire in Cleveland igniting bridge, and sparking, the creation of the worldwide ecology movement to Mark the anniversary of the fire and change came with it, the northeast Ohio regional sewer district and canal partners are hosts day river celebration and towpath trail groundbreaking this
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's here now from W CPN idea stream in Cleveland Ohio, on an auspicious anniversary fifty years ago this week. The profoundly polluted cuyahoga river burst into flames. Now there's lots of myths about that fire, but it's legacy is clear it fueled, the country's young environmental movement later, the creation of the EPA, and the clean water act. For many, the river is frozen in flames from a photograph from that time. But the fires long gone. And as we found out at the river's banks that fire also changed the lives of Clevelanders like kayaker K Schneider. I grew up in Cleveland. I know Cleveland really well, but when I'm on the river, I have no idea where I am because I've grown up in a city where we've turned our backs to our lakes and rivers. And so we don't really know what it's like I'm walking around. I'm like, oh, that's a coffee. Shop. He used to go to all the time. But I'm paddling pass it. And I have no frame of reference at my geography. Read. Arise. All the time. Real. Yes, they're kayaking on the cuyahoga. It's more than the songs, written about it, like Randy Newman's burn on and to some natives, like Jane Goodman, executive director of the cuyahoga river restoration at songs part of the problem. Can we start with the myths about this? We've been listening to Randy Newman's. You're making a face. You burn river wish he would write a new song or at least a new verse the how it's not burning any more people who live here, think it's still burning believe me. There are people who say to me. Oh, you mean the river that catches on fire. Real. No. So let's set the record straight. So the actual fire in nineteen sixty nine was a few miles up river from we are sparked from a train going over a trestle lit some of the garbage on the river on fire, but it only lasted twenty minutes, give or take if there are no pictures of it. That's right. Not only because it was over so fast. But because it was such a common occurrence when it was mentioned the next day in the paper was like an inner page, it wasn't even front page news. And then time magazine picks up the idea of the river catching on fire does apiece, and they use a picture from nineteen fifty two which was much more photogenic. This picture is the thing that sparks literally, you know, excuse the pun the budding environmental movement, eventually EPA, explained the context, nineteen sixty-nine, what was going on that this became such a big story. It was a perfect storm Louis Stokes being. Congressman Carl Stokes his brother, having been elected as the first African American mayor of a major American city Carl Stokes recognized that this wasn't just a water quality issue. It was a social Justice issue. He got the city to pass a hundred million dollar bond to start cleaning up the river at the same time the time magazine article came out there was this terrific photo of the nineteen fifty two fire and people bought it because it was a follow up to the moon landing and on the cover was teddy Kennedy and a neck brace. It was the Chappaquiddick issue. So the reason so many people found out about it was because they read that issue of time magazine. Thank goodness because change began there, but Jenkin you describe we've seen pictures. We'll have somebody here now dot org. I can't believe the pictures of the cars that were lining the banks like abandoned cars knows I to what keep the riverbank back, when you don't respect a waterway as a river. You just see it as an open sewer dumpsite. You don't know how to stabilize banks, you put whatever you can there. This was considered the price of industrialization, you have sewage you had oil and gas and tar building materials chemicals..
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Say mid seventies was a fire in the cuyahoga river. They just deemed the fish edible out of that. I wouldn't I wouldn't trust it like sushi in cuyahoga think about it. Thank you, forty years to clean up that river. Of course, that's absurd and it took them. How long did make it probably a week a mess probably a week anyway, happy Earth Day, the average American throws out five things that week that they could say they could be recycled I it's a lot more than five throw away. A lot of stuff. They could sell on EBay true to three in ten Americans now using reusable water bottles instead of plastic. I like your idea what the public's plastic bags you stuff them in a big milk, jug water bottle, and you save. Yeah. Yeah. You got a milk jug? You honestly cleaning out really good. And then you put a hole in the side of it. And then you just stuff it with begs a great idea because mine are liking this big blob under well, I've gone to the, you know, the recyclable bags, but I always forget to take them in the store. Well, me it would need I need twenty of them. So it would shop for too many. I have a bunch. I'll give you some. Because I knew I buy a new one every time because I forgot him in the car. They love. Love you me public as three Lanka in the event you missed all this yesterday here at the mighty fifty WFL. The coward of cowards of all cowards seven suicide bombers again, one of them. They said was in line for Easter brunch. Decided to blow himself up what three? He last meal, and then I don't know if I think it was as after right after they hit him a plate. Good god. So he killed everybody. That was working there as well as everybody around him and then a van blew up this morning. And I originally thought it was the police found it in blew it up. Right. I wasn't the case. It was outside a church, and it blew up, and I got a feeling it was a lot smaller than what they were -ticipant because it didn't look like it was a huge blast. But you had more than five hundred people injured close to three hundred killed. They've basically shut down Sri Lanka. They have arrested twelve people so far they're intimidating a lot more in some obscure. I dunno terrorist group is that we've heard the point. I mean, it's a Jihadist group. A local the whole point. Well, the whole point of any terrorist group is to make people afraid, and you know, they figure if they just go on the blow things up in and scare people like this. Then they're gonna make people afraid. This. There's now reporting that there's a family in Denver. They knew that part of their family was in Sri Lanka. They have not heard from one of the guys. So they're they're concerned. There were three Americans. It's terrific. It's a bad thing. I today. We'll find out what the Democrats really want to do a reportedly there having a big phone conference. I'd love to be on that conference call. They don't want to be like, what are we going to do? How are we going to stop him? Well, they're talking about over Ford with impeachment. I you know, that's going to get. The boulder over my shoulder. Okay. So that that's as far as that's going to make a lot of noise and not much shot. But what happened? It's like a cake Rudy Giuliani defeat Rudy Giuliani's old geared up his hair's on fire. What little Harry head? So it should be interesting to see what they say, Stephen. Oh, it's just it's just such a clown show. I mean, what are they going to get to the point when they themselves realize that they just look ridiculous while you can only hope that one of the nineteen people. It's going to be twenty by Wednesday because they say..
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Became synonymous with pollution when it caught fire nineteen sixty nine have now been declared safety, the easing of fish consumption, restrictions on the cuyahoga river in northeast Ohio is being lauded by governor, Mike, you wine as an important step toward ultimately delisting listing the river altogether as an area of concern, however, seven issues of concern remains to be addressed before that can happen. The Republican governor is pushing a state budget. That includes almost one billion dollars for water quality projects rich Thomasson reporting. One of Germany's richest family says it plans to give millions of euros to charity after learning about ancestors who enthusiastically supported the Nazis used forced labour, Bild newspaper, reveals documents show, Albert Reimann senior and his son used Russian civilians and French POW's as forced laborers news and analysis at townhall dot com. San Francisco seeking to crack down on electric cigarettes that critics say are aggressively targeted the kids city attorney Dennis Herrera said he and his counterparts from Chicago and New York's in a joint letter demanding that the US food and Drug administration evaluate the of e cigarettes on public health Herrera said the review should have been done before cigarettes entered the market, but that the federal agency has given companies until August two thousand twenty two to submit applications for the evaluation mostly cigarettes contain nicotine, which is addictive and can harm analysts and brains are still developing correspondent, Jeremy house today is Sunday March the twenty four th birthday for some famous people, including fashion and costume designer Bob Mackie, he is eighty years old comedian Louis Armstrong is sixty six candles on his cake. Former Microsoft CEO, Steve Balmer is sixty three former NFL.
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on WTVN
"President Trump headed to Ohio today to visit an army tank manufacturing plant, Trump will tour the lion plan and will deliver remarks to workers also headline of price Republican fundraiser in canton. Trump want Ohio and new two thousand sixteen presidential election in the Buckeye state is a key part of his reelection strategy. Next year Ohioans are being courage to practice tornado preparedness plans today, the Ohio emergency management agency scheduled the annual statewide tornado drill for nine fifty AM. This morning warning sirens will be tested along with the emergency alert system. Fish caught in Ohio's cuyahoga river are safe to eat for the first time. In decades, the US EPA lifted a consumption ban yesterday nearly fifty years after the river infamously caught fire EPA officials credit years of work by local state and federal officials to clean the river through water quality and sewer improvements. Focus on the White House. President Trump taking on social media claiming it's biased against Republicans. If sixty million almost sixty million on Twitter, and if you add them all up its way over one hundred million people, and I get to see firsthand what's going on. It's not good. We use the word collusion. Very loosely all the time, and I will tell you there is collusion with respect to that. And on the political stalemate in Venezuela at some point. I would imagine things will change. But we really haven't done the really tough sanctions yet. We can do the tough sanctions and all options are open. So we may be doing that top US trade and economic officials visit China next week another round of trade talks, China's going very well talks with China going very well. The White House announced Mr. Trump will meet with the leaders of five Caribbean nations on Friday Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Haiti Jamaica in Saint Lucia the meat of the president's Florida state will focus on strengthening cooperation on security and trade issues. Richard cantu. ABC? News..
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"With the Russians brooking institution. Elaine K mart says house speaker Nancy Pelosi was probably right. And downplaying the possibility of impeaching the president. We're almost at twenty twenty let it's cleaner easier for democracy to let the voters decide house. Democrats have already started to separate committee investigations Trump and his administration more could be coming made well administration sources say Trump will use the report if it's underwhelming during the twenty twenty campaign federal money for a trust fund that is crucial for the health of coal miners affected by black. Lung has been cut by about half. AP's? Ben Thomas with more often three percent oxygen and overnight. Former coal miner John Robinson's bills for black lung treatments. Run four. Thousand dollars a month, but the federal black lung disability trust fund on which he depends is being drained of money because of inaction by congress and the Trump administration attacks on cold that helps pay for the fund was cut sharply effective, January one and has not been restored. But budget officials estimate by the middle of twenty twenty there won't be enough money to fully cover the funds benefit payments while President Trump repeatedly praises minors. Robinson says you think being done right being wrong being wrong? Ben Thomas, Washington a Mexican migrant arrested Sunday for illegally crossing the border died in border patrol custody on Monday. Doctors say the forty year old man was being treated for the flu as well. As liver and kidney failure ACL used demanding transparent and independent investigation into the conditions at CB, detention, facilities and medical care practices. This is AP radio news. The missouri. River and tributaries are inundating most of Nebraska's well as much of Iowa parts of Missouri, Iowa governor Kim Reynolds says she was shocked by what she saw from the air. It's hard to really describe that devastation that we witnessed it looked like an ocean. And I mean, I saw the top of grain bins we saw buildings fighting. We saw in. It's just unbelievable. And you know, those are that's people's lives. Those are fifth generation firearms. Three deaths are blamed on the flooding farmers and ranchers in the flooded states estimate. Their losses will be in the billions of dollars. It's taken nearly fifty years, but people can now eat fish caught in the cuyahoga river which runs through Cleveland. He PA given. Yeah. Okay. For the Fisher in nineteen sixty nine the river wants one of the most polluted in the country. Actually caught fire. Well, the waste in the river caught fire the blaze, drew, national media attention and inspired the creation of the EPA. I'm.
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Yeah. So here's where I am bias, and I will disagree, which is I actually think we're, we are fun. Whatever word we want to use are fundamentally progressive country on issue. After issue after issue, immigration reform, abortion rights, you know, look eighty six percent of gun owners want commonsense gun reform. So what I think is true is that the parties have become captured by by and large corporate elites and that those and as well as special interests and that our media has been infused with sort of reality show cage ask, has demanded that forces the extremes right as what. What would it be to watch? People agree about fundamentally important things in our country. They're just not to say that I believe in centrists. Yeah, right. But you're right. It was two things can coexist. I will say this nine hundred sixty nine the cuyahoga river caught on fire in Ohio because companies have been dumping toxic sludge into it. And so suddenly the river caught on fire and the people. So we can't have this. You can't have a river on fire that people demanded something be done and demanded that the government do something and demanded that corporations behave differently. And that's how we got Clean Air Act, clean water act, and we and we forced change because we the people said, that's not okay. It's not okay for the rivers to catch on fire. The fire that is now brewing in our democracy. The extreme animosity antagonism that is preventing the actual work of our democracy from getting done, our civility, our humanity, our democracy is burning because of the political ruling leads, and because of media and they incentives that media puts on discord and we, the people have to see that fire and say, that's not normal. That's not okay. And the politicians and the media have to stop dumping toxic sludge into our democracy, right? And we We have have to. to..
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on Brains On!
"And by three m improving lives through support of education community and the environment. There. I was a flat-footed Cup. So green, my cheek still had the imprint of a massive fire. I thought I knew it on and walked my beat, like I own the Sydney. One Sunday afternoon patrol the cuyahoga river. Everything changed the river was a Verney wreck and needed my him. That's when I was approached by an elite unit of crime suffers themselves h. two o. the what detectives we hoped tamp down that river fire and advocate to work on a whole world mysteries. All of them had one thing in common water, solid gas or liquid. Now I'm always on the lookout to protect and serve this wonderfully weird substance. My first line of defense is to use my senses. Water might be in trouble if it's missing things like fish and birds follow your nose to if it smells off, you might need to open up an investigation. I'll be back a little later right now leap for date with a river. You're listening to brains on from American public media. I'm Ali, and you don't. My mind is still really in from our last episode about how the cuyahoga river in Cleveland caught fire like a dozen times between the late eighteen hundreds and mid nineteen hundreds. That episode was on fire reporter, any Baxter is back again high any high. So I know that after the last fire on the cuyahoga in the nineteen sixties, the government put a lot of rules in place to regulate what factories and cities could release into the river, not just for the cuyahoga, but for bodies of water all over the country. That's right. Factories and cities had to do a much better job of cleaning up their liquid waste before it could go into waterways, and if they accidentally spilled oil or something into a river that have to report it. So if you get cleaned up right away last week, we heard that the river is doing better than it was back then. But beyond the fact that it's not currently on fire, how do we actually know that it's healthier today? We look for clues. Turn your attention to the Kaiga river. Keep your feet still close your eyes and just listen. That's a perk ranger named Heather Berenson, and we're going to tag along with her on a trip to the cuyahoga river national park near Akron, Ohio. That's where she and a bunch of middle schoolers will test the water with test kits from an organization called earth echo. And by the way, we have a number of those test kits available at a discount to brains on listeners at monitor water dot, org, slash brains on. So this park ranger, Heather..
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on Brains On!
"I'm thinking like some type of oil pipe now. Very good thought, Anne. Do you have any guesses you wanna share with us? Sounds like a seesaw to me see-saw playground action or an oil pipe. All right. Let's hear the answer. My name is only in. I'm from him. And that was of me swing on a swing and dowager sounds sound of the trains moving. So any repre- close? It was a swing right. I'm very rusty old swing that needs oil. They could take that oil from the guy hunger. Now for our final chapter of the cuyahoga river tail house the river doing now today, the kind of Hoeger river is so much cleaner that people are playing on it again. To commemorate the anniversary of the last fire on the river. There was a big paddle board race on it. Recently, paddle boarding. It kind of looks like someone writing a big surfboard, but they've got a paddle to propel them. All right. Right guys. Five. Green who. The guy who organized the race. Jim ridge says he really wants people to interact with the cuyahoga. If they know that it's cleaner, they'll be encouraged, come down here and recreate on it. And once they recreate on this body of water, whether it's kayaking stand up, paddle boarding rowing has been here for many years. Once they start doing that, they become connected to this waterfront. They then become ambassadors for that waterfront and that river. So the hope is the more people get to know the river, the more the want to protect it. Thanks, Andy for this winding river tail. Yeah, thanks any. No problem. I'll see you guys later. Bye. Bye..
"cuyahoga river" Discussed on Brains On!
"Guitar has been our co host for two other episodes. We've done recently about water, how wonderful and reared water is and how it's fascinating features also mean it can get polluted pretty easily. Guitars Lee won the 2017 discovery education, three m young scientists challenge gogo Tonj early for her invention that helps monitor water for one pollutant in particular led to hear more about that. Very cool invention checkout our episode called what's in your water today? We're talking about burning rivers of fire. And yet it does sound totally metal. It also really happened a lot. In fact, from the late eighteen hundreds through a large part of the nineteen hundreds river fires were fairly common before nineteen seventy the cuyahoga river, no Hieaux cop fire about a dozen times. There were also river fires in buffalo, Detroit, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. As you might imagine, a flaming river is bad news for both people and wildlife. It's a sign that something's deeply wrong nature. What was going on? How did this happen over and over and who finally stopped it? It actually took a lot of people and some new laws to stop. It l. hey, it's reporter any Baxter. He works on a project called the water rain. She's been looking into this phenomenon of burning rivers any? What did you learn? First and foremost, I learned that people used to really take rivers for granted, which is bonkers because water is crucial for like everything rivers, especially are. I mean, I do so much for humanity river's beautiful, majestic, wit they've helped us foam in many early humans live near rivers to drink from them and catch fish, free food and water. Thanks rivers, no problem. Human high five later humans boats to travel up and down rivers. They even used rivers to ship heavy goods. It's a lot easier to float stuff then to carry stuff plus. Look, I got a horn now. So cool. Thanks river church thing. Human eventually humans invented water wheels. When rivers flow over these marvels of engineering, the water would spin the wheel and power machines like mills that grind grain into flour, grinding by hand what a grind, right. Thanks for doing the work for me river. I don't even notice that I'm doing it, so you're welcome. Humans used the river to help make all kinds of things like the steel used to make bridges at one point in the production process. It's molten basically in liquid full humans, use water to cool it down. So it forms a hod substance seriously. I would be up a creek without this river. I know why do they call me a lazy river? I do a ton of work. Good one. Yeah, you're awesome. And humans used rivers for move and production. They also use them as dump. Wait, what. Bye bye. Talks. Now it's gone forever and will definitely not be a problem for me. My kids are any future civilizations. Cool. What is you just putting me taste like burnt tire? Just farted in my mouth. Yeah, that's why dumped it. I don't want to smell that making it disappeared, totally. And completely forever. You're the best river that's not smell so bad does not how I work. This stuff is just going to float downstream or build up on the shores or riverbed not cool human, not cool. Well, that is pretty cool because with all the money might factory-made about a jet ski now I can jet ski on you river jet. That sounds fun. What is. No, this is the worst out. Stop. No get on terrible, so horrible. So in a nutshell, rivers are awesome, but we aren't always so awesome back. I'm guessing this how we ended up with rivers fire. It's a large part of it. Let me take you back. In the middle of the last century America is full of factories. Many of them are in the mid west, and a lot of them are near river. So they have a ready supply of freshwater for all the reasons we've been hearing about the factories are making all kinds of things. Business is booming, but sadly, so as pollution, especially in the cuyahoga, it ends up going down in history is one of the most notoriously dirty rivers. I gotta tell you was really, really bad. That's Frank Samsul. He's eighty eight negro up in Cleveland. Amid up with him above the banks of the cuyahoga work gets pretty noisy. There's still a lot of factories in trains hauling away. The stuff made there and the distance you can see skyscrapers, Frank says a few decades ago..