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"daedalus" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"daedalus" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I say when a Mike cottage, twenty six I'm director of FW sweaty complement, which is a charity, which looks after the Trump, it's a preserved Victorian pharmacy. But what makes it on the Joyce trail is in chapter five of James Joyce's? Ulysses classic book about dubbing onto sixteen to Joe nineteen hundred and four the Opole bloom around pen thirty in the morning goes into Sweeney's pharmacy, whitey's inswing as farmers. He's looking around. He's describing the bottles and jars onto shelves probably still there today. It's just it's just an incredibly preserved building on why these there, the oppo bloom Biza bottom lemon soap, so every visit our who visit us on Bloom's. They particularly they buy a bar soap, it's not just on Bloom's. They Sweeney's pharmacy is open every day. It's a little jam and open it only holds about twenty people. If they're all seated in there, we sit people in there and we read James Joyce L allowed on everyday between one o'clock two o'clock. There's a story read or a part of. Book. But if you go in there with a group of people outside those hours, they read a story for you, anyway. So now for those of us who are not that literate to have read Ulysses. What is boom? Stay bloom. They is the sixteenth of June James Joyce's, most famous novel is Ulysses which is about one day in Dublin and the day he'd show was the sixteen to June nineteen hundred and four, which is the day, that he went out with a girl named nor barnicle for the first time that was their first date, they eventually eloped a few months later. So the city celebrates James Joyce in his literary heritage every June sixteenth, every June. Sixteenth is now known as blooms day, and we dress up in the clothes of the period, and we follow the roots of both Leopold bloom. And a guy named Stephen Daedalus as they're walking backwards and forwards across Dublin on the sixteenth of July. Stephen, would you recommend being in Dublin on, on Bloom's day? I would my wife and I are going to be there again this year for bloom, stay, and we hope we can meet show and what you look forward to doing other than meeting Joe on Bloom's day. There's all kinds of. Titties, there's concerts, there's walks, there's just hanging out in the pub. A couple of other favorite hidden treats in Dublin me, we might want to be aware. The Marsh library is Arlyn's oldest public library, which three hundred year old I right beside Saint patches potato. So if you're a tourist in the likelihood is you're going to go along to Saint Patrick's cathedral at some stage and just a little bit further on. I'm talking fifty. Sixty ours is a Marsh library and the library has been preserved as it was built three hundred years ago. A three hundred year old library. Those are wonderful all of your plenty of find them in, in what's one more. Just a little bit outside Dublin city center is a place called the casino in Marino. It is an incredibly unique work of Georgian architecture from the late eighteenth century. It is a magnificent building on the outside. It looks like a Grecian temple would huge windows, a massive from door, and it looks for all the world like it's going to be one room. One big hall inside. And this would have been back from the days when Ireland was not chafing at British rule. But at least. Blin was embracing it and, and benefiting moment, it was embracing those Amman named James Caulfield, who was who had inherited a large fortune. And he went off in a grand tour of Europe when he was twenty years of age, and he came back with wonderful ideas of bringing classic architecture and classic art ninety built the casino Marino. Steven, thanks for your call. You.

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"daedalus" Discussed on Invention

Invention

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"daedalus" Discussed on Invention

"The immortal, craftsman Daedalus was on hand to build out a new mailbox for us. And apparently this bought was Ma. Modeled on an earlier design by the forge God have Festus, which was, of course, the bronze automaton called tailless known for wandering the shores of Crete throwing giant rocks at ships. This is the prototype, mail delivery, variant of tailless. This is may Los. Yes. Hello, males. Can you say hi to our listeners? Now, fair in all fairness may Los also throws rocks at ships every opportunity that he gets a buddy also brings us mail. Yes, he brings us mail, and he filters out scam emails from the witch, Princess media. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That kind of kind of junk mail really gets his I corps boiling. So Mailo you you've got something for us today looks like this, I E mail comes to us from our listener, rob were, it looks like a think we're going to start off with a few about the episode. We did way back on toothpaste. So rob says, in your recent episode on toothpaste, you discussed how people throughout history approach dental hygiene before, modern toothpaste became ubiquitous, one solution, of course, was to just do away with teeth altogether. For example, both my maternal grandparents along with several others of that generation in my family had all their teeth removed relatively young and more dentures the rest of their lives. Apparently this was considered the modern hygienic thing to do. With the time and this would have been the nineteen thirties they lived in the east end of London. So I worry that I'm reinforcing American stereotypes, about British dental hygiene and telling you this. But nevertheless, thought you might find it interesting. Keep up the great work have been a regular listener to stuffed will your mind for a couple of years now. And it's one of the only podcasts I never miss an episode of I'm enjoying invention very much so far as well. Regards, rob. Well, thank you, rob. I that, that is an interesting question. I don't know whether this is the case, but I do have to wonder if you couple a diet high in sugar with a lack of proper dental care. I wonder if it actually is healthier and more hygienic to just pull them out and do your chewing with washable prosthetics. Ooh. I mean, I'm not recommending it but I mean I, I wonder I mean if so, you know, dental health, I think it is becoming more and more clear that like oral health is not just about, you know what your mouth feels like it's connected to other parts of the body, you know, like a like what kind of micro. Biota is living in your mouth has an effect on the rest of you. Yeah. And there, there have been some studies in recent years. I haven't I haven't read them in detail in part because I, I had a couple of wisdom teeth taken out, and all these articles about like to what extent does wisdom teeth removal, have some sort of influence on brainpower and nerves and so. You know, I just I'm not ready for that yet. This is why I'm dumb. I had them taken out to know. I would it would be an interesting topic to discuss probably on stuff to blow your mind. Speaking of a back Christian was on the show, I didn't episode with him about ritual tooth removal, which I don't remember getting into anything in nineteen thirties, London. So this exact particular example, I think is new to me, but we discussed some various older practices. And we also discuss some like kind of crackpot theories about, you know, about the, the benefits of tooth removal in this. I have to bring up the excellent Cinemax television series of Soderbergh. The Nick, which went to seasons, and it was phenomenal. I watched it. I don't know if anybody else did, but but is tremendous had Clive Owen just a wonderful cast. And in one of the characters that shows up played by John Hodgman in his in his best cinematic role with like hands down. He plays a slightly fictionalized. Version of this character who did advocate a teeth removal, not for oral health, but for mental health, he saw it as a means to treat mental ailments..

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"daedalus" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"daedalus" Discussed on Overdue

"So and a lot of ways, but also he seems a little capricious and he does he's got some problematic stuff that he's done. I don't think it's JK rolling. JK Rollings the harra of this is. At us with your pantheon of writer. God's plea obviously, obviously after diety is snow. Queens ice dragging herself. I want to do you think that? Johnson. Franson is eighties. Maybe I think he might, but he is specifically the version of Haiti's who's voiced by James woods. Yeah. He's disney. Okay. So the, the mini tar is here. Oh, but she's got a thing for Daedalus, who's at dude. Our then because she's a little supernatural. Yeah. Yeah. But. He's a little bit rock and roll and my God. And he gives her, he gives her a very nice loom, and then she leaves, but, you know, and there's I don't know there's a lot of stuff you eventually get into the, the part of the minotaur story where everybody knows where Theseus goes, it will data builds his lab to keep the minotaur in, sir. See in, in this version of historic has cast a spell on the minotaur to make him docile most of the time even though he still wants to eat people do a lot of the rest of the. See at the goes into fed to mine. Tari ends up killing him. And but you know that's that's all off to the side happening in the background. The only part of the story. We'd really get is. Search comes the island helps pass a fait birth the minotaur, they really just reinforce that they don't like each other very much meat. Okay. And it's you know, I it's still just trying to draw this even though sir. See has come into her own a lot of ways come into her powers. Like his more confident has more capable than she's been before there is still this, this dividing line between her, and some of her more, obviously immortal. Yeah. So it's interesting because it's like her. She is one of the couple of characters in the odyssey where like the one lines like summary is a witch island who turns people into pigs. And if you take that sentence and blow it out to what it would be like, if that was an actual person than yeah, you're gonna have this woman who is like developing as a as a person in growing, and changing and yet is not getting any closer to the rest of the world. No matter who shows up, so she so then some dude show up there, jerks and says, she's on her way out to help her sister birth this, this minotaur. They do sale by where Scylla has taken up residence. Okay. And guys die. And she is wracked with this guilt. Because like I indirectly killed these guys by making this monster in a petty fit of. Of peak, like I did. Okay. And so this is Suzie feels apart from other gods. She has this guilt in her. That is not an emotion that God's feel a whole lot of time. Yeah. Raynal guilty about a lot. They just kind of do what they want. Well, yeah, because you're not gonna die or anything like, especially now when you do anything to mortals that doesn't who cares about mortals you, barely know any of them. Sometimes you dot one like a pet like a theme does with deceased strew that's as close as as most gods. Get to them except father the occasional kids sometime. Yup. I'm so that's, that's kind of the backdrop that. I think it gives you what you need to know about sir. She has a character in this book. Okay. Is it's not that she is always unhappy. She does find satisfaction and things. But it's a very tragic sort of passed that should for, like a lot of different reasons. Okay. So one of the last things that Hermes tells her before he leaves because he perceives her to be boring. Oh, neat. Odysseus is gonna come the sky's gonna this great guys gonna come. And that's the that's the prophecy. Oh, it's the that's the tweet version of prophecy. That's it. That's the prophecy. A dude is going to come by so he does about halfway through the book, maybe a little bit more. He after we've got a bunch of setup for I she's turned dudes in the pigs..

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"daedalus" Discussed on The Persistence Factor

The Persistence Factor

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"daedalus" Discussed on The Persistence Factor

"You have for knees like, you know, hurdles, many bands cetera et cetera. And I wanna load them with expert Daedalus. I want them differ movements bound that's training. My goal as a educator in fitness is people moving and not everybody has a now if you're goal is looking better, you're doing that. Okay. You're doing it wrong. But if you're goal is just to feel better be healthier and not die. I'm for exercise. And that that's contradictory to our mindset were my mindset is I don't improve every day that I failed. But I think that the people I'm good at people as long as they're adult care if they're Jim they do two sets leave. I just wanna see excuse me. I just wanna see people go to the gym get moving. Our issue. Mainly is sedentary. We are sedentary individuals who sit at the desk a lot. So if we can get our people in all of these countries all over the world movie, it'll cut our health care costs down. Don, give you cross it p ninety x. I don't care if you're jamming. The oldies. I don't care if you're walking around the block with your dog just get moving. So that's my opinion. But if you're after looking certain way, you definitely trade for specificity on a level, you said NS because it's perception, and my perception would have a lot of people is that there should be some type of progression in in their training or or just don't see them trying. No, great point up -solutely and regarding you as a businessman like, what is your your work ethic is exceptional by the way. So kind of give me an idea of what it looks like on a day-to-day basis an average die for for Motlanthe garner as as he gets up in the morning. Twenty goes to bed at night. I'm very interested in what you're like. So let's go today to Boxing Day, which means I don't wait train because boxing hard. I suck at it. So I usually wake up just since I actually back from California Saturday night, really late. I slept in a little side woke up at five awake at like four. I get work done. I usually have a Cup of coffee, whatever eat something. And then I go to boxing, leave it about seven fifteen I trained from about seven forty to about nine come home eat breakfast. Streets work. I mean the day I tried to mid daybreak onto there will be a dog walk because it's above thirty outside. She caught him. So I work all day then around three today, I checked LeBron because I gotta to put my son on the way at around three fifteen I head over to my son's school pick him up head to the soccer academy. I coach there till around. I get home at about eight fifteen thirty after that shower, eat dinner wife work, a little bit more have snack go to bed and then tomorrow morning's away training day. So the only difference is I wake up usually for him. I cardio some form of cardio whether it's walking or a push pull up super set. Whatever my wife, and I train around nine a m ad that is square one. So yeah, it's pretty boring by tried logging before. But how do you log sitting doing like gave work like, so it's it's a I love I love the fact that I'm able to every says on the business maker schedule as goal Schick? You do what you can get everything done a set period of time..

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"daedalus" Discussed on Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"daedalus" Discussed on Myths and Legends

"Things were so much worse as police woke up with a pounding headache and the small hours of the morning Hughes young. So he didn't know that you should let the king win Pilion. Didn't even know it was a competition. It certainly didn't help that when he returned to camp and all the king's attendants heaping his animals on the king's pile and laughing at Peel's Pilion held out dripping bag of tongues for every animal police killed. He took out his magic sword. Cut out the tongues proof those animals belonged on his pile. Thank you very much can cast faint. Outrage of the servant's deception told them setting up a tent it was time to eat. And with a smile, he looked at peels drink up subpoenas woke up alone miles and miles in a wilderness that included not just giant animals, but the occasional hydra and stab proof lion. Worse is magic sword was missing. Then in the distance. He heard Calapan. He don't his feet and ran toward it. And then he spotted who exactly was galloping froze. And immediately took off as fast as he could me opposite direction. It wasn't a king in his attendance or a group of heroes, killing whatever the monster of the week was but Centaurs a lot of them. They spotted him Christine hill at the first light of dawn took off after him now horses are faster than people, you might know this. So it's no surprise that determined Centaurs are faster than heavily hung over Princess who are missing their magic sword. It minutes the young prince was surrounded by a ring of spears. And then the ring parted the largest one the leader a Centaur by the name of Chiron trotted out into the center. He looked on pelia he smiled the gods said they would find him here as the centers lower their spears Helius. Learn that kyron had been searching for him. If you don't remember Chiron, the wise. Nice Centaur as opposed to the violent. Rape Centaurs that make up basically all of the Centaurs. He runs the ancient Greek hero daycare anyway. Tyron explain that police was a man with destiny before him. And it was already getting too late. Police had to get married. The young prince hung his head. He was married until last week. Karen nodded? Yeah. Those very tragic helm peels projected creepiest advances she had gone and told his wife the opposite out of spite and the woman hang yourself depuis. No, what else was tragic the ancient Greek world seriously, nobody except for maybe perseus got a happy ending and right now, the fate of the Greek world, pending appeal ES Marion the right woman at the right time average men could sit back and wine about their circumstances. Great men accepted, but was given to them police thought about it. He'd know home to go back to no way for children in the most recent king friend had just left him to be torn of. By Centaurs in the wilderness. What did he have to lose? Sure. He come along with the half horsemen. The what is grand destiny was. Then he hesitated. He only wished he had a sword that king Casta cast, obviously stolen Kyran grimaced. Yeah. Well, he didn't steal it. But peels didn't want it back. The prince laughed. Yeah. He did the Serb was made by Daedalus it gave the wilder success in any combat. That's why he was carrying a bagful of tongues. Current said, yeah, he was going to ask about that. But anyway peel is really didn't want it back Karam pointed to an area behind peels. See that giant pile of dung over there peel nodded warily. Okay. See that tiny bit of gold glinting in the sunlight Puglia says heart sank. Yep. He side and ruled up his sleeves..

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"daedalus" Discussed on Data Stories

Data Stories

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"daedalus" Discussed on Data Stories

"In terms of its really, focus and really, very expressive and powerful. So both both these problems are from adobe. Right. So do you know anything about what is happening inside adobe the disease have to power projects similar goals or or what? Yeah. I think I mean, any also I think you'll have also followed the developing the product Lincoln bid right in touch with Ben occur. We also got input by the way from the other teams from strategic Yelena Daedalus straight us over here. A bit in touch about the plans what they think other key features and so on, and I think all of the three hope get out to turn their products into other prototypes into something that becomes part, of course. Because this is when. Yeah, but but it really happens. Right. It's of course, all of them come from from becomes, right? Exactly. So end you said already. Like the space race of the innovators. Right, right. I also compared it to alien. Any pretty where a wins? We win. Something. Tableau is doing something internally rights may be planning for something like that. Yeah. Probably. One of the things that Lincoln similar to the it was really. I guess those kind of seemed to do your propel trae exposure thinking why doesn't attempt to be the the single tool that will do everything the minute. You get acquainted data think some people like to have this against self content flow abai, you get the data you start to explore ill-fated manipulates. And then he do visuals from the when you are entering both Australia too in the sense you've done your groundwork. Elsewhere, you kinda know the prototype design constantly going for this is the the Trump slit of that concept. Whereas the tools you might be mocked of live experimenting to see what could work. Well. So you think off all of them would need something before in terms of exploratory data analysis to just understand what what the interesting says are. But also of play I mean. There are many cases, of course, when you do need to exploded. Often times, I think you might actually kind of plan needs for that in some data sets that much quite simple. And you know, roughly already what you're gonna show. So on those occasions, just Jim straightened? I think when you've got a larger more complex props mall unfamiliar set than you do still need up stage before. One of the things I'm not quite clear on having not rate expected to a great degree of all the tools to what extent you can see your data. One of the things I often find sly for straighten out top blow. You can't always. And the what you're dead looks like unless you activity going to set view was sometimes supply. Excel you can just see the the debt set right next to your child. If you can see what the day trays and. Not have to keep out view.

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"daedalus" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"daedalus" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"While he takes care of his dying uncle, and he finds a skull and the trunk of an elm garden, and there are detectives. And you know, yesterday come to face his past and figure out what his family has been up to over the years. Now you guys are nodding, you guys know ton of friends. Oh, yeah. Okay. I'm really, I actually, I have to say I because I've read her over the years. I wish I would love to go back and do I think what you've just done which is to do the whole murder squad in one chunk. Do you have a favorite yet? I think my favorite is honestly the first one in the woods in the woods. Yeah, I love that one too. I, we were. We were also murder squad twins, very, we are twins in so many ways. Not. Yes, it's so delightful. Give me that title again, that is the witch elm by Tana French. Excellent. Barry, Hardiman your picks. So my through line is so so obvious as to be actually kind of boring. I feel that I should maybe not get any points for it so, but I will start by saying, this is not actually was not really a summer book, but sir, c by Madeleine. Madeleine came out in April. I cannot tell you how much this book moved me. Now, I am a person who I will read your Retailing's of whatever minor lake tale from the Iliad. I'll do the telemacho such a huge thing. It's such a thing and I just kind of will gobble them up and say, well, that was really fun. And you know, now I'm going to have more. This stood apart for me in that. I was so moved by it. I was absolutely swept away. There were so many times that I felt as if the book had its hands on my shoulders and was looking me in the eye and telling me to make a better world. I have rarely loved reading a book so much, but just to tell you what it's about as I believe is my job. Now let me go back. So sir, see who is one of the two, which is appears in the odyssey and is the more interesting one. Sorry, calypso she is actually one of these kind of she's sort of the where's WALDO of Greek mythology in that she appears in so many different stories. She is. She's related to Medina. She has the fair with the with the deceased and I almost don't want to give away the other part of this mythology that I didn't know. But there's also some other connections to other people related to deceased. This is actually the great thing about if you only know the odyssey, but like haven't read the later books about Telemakos. You really actually can be surprised by the ending, which is an unusual feeling. When you're reading a retelling of Greek mythology Daedalus she has like a hot moment with a hot moment with kidding with Daedalus and it isn't up in the air, but somehow all of it feels really natural. And the one thing that I love so much the whole premise of the gods is this idea of people who are supreme for no reason they, they there. There's Premacy as based on literally nothing and this is timely. It is timely this, right? I'm leaning in that direction and the descriptions of how a person who falls outside of that might find her way is timely and inspiring. And so it's more than a feminist retelling, it's a humanist retelling, and I cannot I'm getting chills talking about it. I might start crying so I'm gonna move on almost my pick too. So. That's so you looking forward to. So if you like thirsty, you'll probably like this retailing of se in the Iliad by it's right there. Right? Exactly. It's like almost too obvious, but I'm Pat Barker who you probably know from the regeneration trilogy she birth is wonderful books, 'but World War One, which she won the Booker prize for and she's just a marvelous British writer. She has written a retelling of the story of Brasilia's who is the slave girl, achilles slave girl that is captured while they're on their way to fight a. Now I've read some Retailing's of Bruce in my time. That is the most berry set. I mean Petra for niche I, I done the why version. I've done the romance version..

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"daedalus" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"daedalus" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Harry full dementia trolls, dark Lord's minions, go sleep. Pre-vote more avatar. His resurrected form. He's been threatened with expulsion loss was wont a punishment which would leave him defenseless against voldemort and anything. He writes a serious run in her mind, three people closest to him quote. I've just been attacked by dimensions and I might be expelled from Hogwarts. I want to know what's going on. And when I'm going to get out of here, this night has upended Harry's reality dimensions, little whingeing MRs figure Squibb working with Monagas Fletcher for those how long to keep an eye on Harry and still no Intel from his allies. Hairy certain he will at last get answers. No one can ignore the significance of the dementia attacks, but there's none. Thing for three days. He spends the time trying to get between you to tell him who sent the howler and worrying over his looming trial. What if he's expelled where we'll go, we'll serious. Take him in from the book. He could not return to living fulltime with Thursday's. No. Now that he knew the other world, the one to which he really belonged as alienated. Harry feels right now is distant from everyone in his life. The wizard world is still the only true home he's ever known. No matter how disillusioned he is. He never find peace of belonging again if he lost his place in the magical world. What if the ministry finds it is breach of the statute of secrecy was severe enough to warrant a stay in ask a stay, which considering the way dimensions affect Harry could really be a death sentence. Harry's mind works at self in ragged circles over these troubles with no solutions and questions without answers. On the fourth night with the jerseys out of the house. He hears a noise downstairs grabs his one and heads there the foot of the steps. There's a crowd of figures shrouded in shadow lower you on. Boy before you take someone's eye out, said a low growling voice. It's mad eye, moody, the real one. By the way, Harry's disillusionment keeps him frosty after all. He just spent nine months believing. He was in Moody's company only to have an impostor lead him to his near do. But this is as we said the real deal and he's with other members of group who Harry will soon learn is called the order of the Phoenix. It includes remiss Leuven quote, it's all right. Harry. We've come to take you away Harry's heart leapt. He knew that voice to though he hadn't heard it for more than a year. All Harry wanted all summers to hear a familiar voice and it comes to him now in a very surprising form lupin his third year defense against the dark arts professor and his father's friend, the man who helped Harry learn a castle patrol us and unlocked so much of the strength that he has within himself also present in the horde of wizards. Now, standing in his home after a month of silence. The currently violet haired metamorphose mega sniffer door. Honks who boast proudly of sending the off to the All England best kept suburban lawn competition. That's a big man. Man, the or Kingsley shackle boats. Elvis DOJ Daedalus Diggle who met Harry on his first ever visit to the leaky cauldron Emily advanced or just pod more and has Jones veterans of the first whizzing war who have answered Dumbledore is call in this the early days of the second to safeguard Harry's move from privet drive to a safehouse nicer early showing here for Doug breath. Does what lupin describes here as a headquarters in what will soon be introduced to as twelve grandma place the unplowable ancestral home of serious black from the book. Again, a surprising number of people volunteered to come and get. You said lupin as though he had read Harry's mind, the corners of his mouth twitched slightly. Yeah, we'll the more the better said, moody, darkly will your guard butter. Harry had some questions while they were waiting chief among them. Look what's going on. No dice. We're not discussing anything here. It's too risky. Moody tells them even here amid his long-awaited exit from his summer. Hell Harry starting to get salty from the book. Their relentless steering was starting to annoy him. Imagine how annoyed the dirties would be if they knew that moody was rinsing his eyeball in their dish wear gross. I mean, the fact that the other wizards were grossed out by it with that. They were like what? Harry does manage to shake a few details loose from this cage of secrecy..

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"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Swinging over to the weekend box office made this winter we go girl hotel transylvania three summer vacation in a number one earning forty four point one million dollars according to sunday studio estimates ant man and the wasp came second raking in twenty nine point one million and in third action flick skyscraper which may twenty five and a half million talk about a high end heist the theft had all the makings of an inside job there are labels on the back removed jack flame is the president of the daedalus foundation the foundation started by artist robert motherwell whoever took this painting understood that and they tore the labels off not be traceable dozens of motherwell's paintings went missing the late seventies right around the time mother role hired the santini moving company to move his paintings to a new warehouse us attorney jeff berman says this million dollar motherwell was discovered decades later by the son of someone who worked for that moving company the son inherited the pace and actually brought it to the daedalus foundation to be authenticated berman would not say whether the now deceased moving company employee was behind the disappearance of the dozens of other motherwell works only saying that i don't think we've run into case quite like this one before we our investigation is continuing at the us attorney's office mike schmaltz wcbs newsradio eight eighty new song by tom petty and the heartbreakers coming out tom petty kept an extensive archive and early this year when he has family began pulling tapes from storage they found a trove of unreleased recordings among them some vintage gems like keep a little soul deep nettie recorded the song in one thousand nine hundred eighty two during the sessions for the long after dark album it didn't make the cut then but the family felt the words resonate today.

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"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Now the five day forecast for matt randy mainly clear warm and muggy early this morning giving down to seventy four then later today it'll be partly sunny hot and humid high ninety degrees there can be an afternoon thunderstorm mainly north end west of the city for monday night warm and sticky again lowdown seventy seven and on tuesday some sun early give away to clouds that'll be very warm and humid with a couple of showers and heavier thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening some could produce flooding downpours high today eighty five sunshine and clouds on wednesday a nice afternoon with lower humidity high eighty four plenty of sunshine on thursday high again eighty four partly sunny friday still nice with a high of eightythree i'm meteorologist met randy and the wcbs weather center seventy one degrees in shirley long island right now and it is seventy six over at peterborough airport w cbs news time is two nineteen talk about a high end heist the theft had all the makings of an inside job there labels were removed jack flame is the president of the daedalus foundation the foundation started by artist robert motherwell whoever took this painting understood that and they tore the labels off not be traceable dozens of motherwell's paintings went missing the late seventies right around the time mother were hired the santini moving company to move his paintings to a new warehouse us attorney jeff berman says this million dollar motherwell was discovered decades later by the son of someone who worked for that moving company the son inherited the pace and actually brought it to the daedalus foundation to be authenticated berman would not say whether the now deceased moving company employee was behind the disappearance of the dozens of other motherwell works only saying that i don't think we've run into case quite like this one before we our investigation is continuing at the us attorney's office mike smuts wcbs newsradio eight eighty at the weekend box office winner we go curl sony pictures hotel transylvania three summer vacation was the number one movie at the box office earning forty four point one million dollars at man and the wasp but that was second taking in twenty nine point one million and third this weekend skyscraper starring dwayne the rock johnson yeah skyscraper took in twenty five and a half million cbs news time to twenty one gums can reveal about your health travis host to the doctors in.

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"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In the afternoon and evening can be locally heavy maybe even flooding in some areas after that spell nicer weather starts wednesday i'm meteorologist frank straight in the wcbs weather center right now eighty degrees just a few claw ouds it'll be mostly clear tonight with the low of seventy four seventy nine right now white plains eightythree at newark airport seventy piscataway again eighty in central park wcbs news time eight forty million dollar painting missing in the nineteen seventies it was returned recently to the artists foundation just one of many paintings that disappeared around the same time the theft had all the makings of an inside job there are labels in the back that were removed jack flame is the president of the daedalus foundation the foundation started by artist robert motherwell whoever took this painting understood that and they tore the labels off so the painting will not be traceable dozens of motherwell's paintings when missing the late seventies right around the time mother were hired the santini moving company to move his paintings to a new warehouse us attorney jeff berman says this million dollar motherwell was discovered decades later by the son of someone who worked for that moving company the son inherited the pace and actually brought it to the daedalus foundation to be authenticated berman would not say whether the now deceased moving company employee was behind the disappearance of the dozens of other motherwell works only saying that i i don't think we've run into case quite like this one before we our investigation is continuing at the us attorney's office mike schmaltz wcbs newsradio eight eighty wcbs news time eight forty one before i was queen latifah it was always my parents dream for me to go to college this day one of my biggest regrets is that never finished i'm sure they would've traded any of my walks down a red carpet to see me walking and.

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"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And muggy mongol be eighty five afternoon evening bring us thunderstorms potentially heavy in some areas and that can cause flash flooding behind that determines nicer for the rest of the wcbs five day forecast sunshine lower humidity wednesday with a high of eighty four the dealer sun with high eighty four again both thursday and friday i'm meteorologist frank straight in the wcbs weather center right now eighty two degrees plenty of sunshine in lower manhattan seventy six the low for tonight and midtown eightysix in west milford eighty two in the bronx again eighty two in the city six fifty at wcbs a million dollar painting went missing in the nineteen seventies it was returned recently to the artists foundation just one of many paintings that disappeared around the same time the theft had all the makings of an inside job are labels on the back were removed jack flame is the president of the daedalus foundation the foundation started by artist robert motherwell whoever took this painting understood that and they toured the labels off so the painting not be traceable dozens of motherwell's paintings when missing the late seventies right around the time mother were hired the santini moving company to move his paintings to a new warehouse us attorney jeff berman says this million dollar motherwell was discovered decades later by the son of someone who worked for that moving company the son inherited the pace and actually brought it to the daedalus foundation to be authenticated berman would not say whether the now deceased moving company employee was behind the disappearance of the dozens of other motherwell works only saying that i i don't think we've run into a case quite like this one before we our investigation is continuing at the us attorney's office mike schmaltz wcbs newsradio eight eighty it's called the summer slide when students forget some of the things they learned in the classroom while schools out cbs correspondent peter king says there are things you can do to prevent that from happening a twenty sixteen study says students can lose as much as thirty percent of what they've learned in the past school year during summer break some of it is actual forgetting that part of it also comes from just brain maturation and students not learning as much during the summer hillary chartres and works on k twelve programs for instructor a for profit education cavity advised skype she says the solution is simple.

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"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"That forecast the five day forecast from our meteorologist frank straight we'll see thunderstorm in a few spots through this evening otherwise tonight at warm and muggy with skies turning clear low seventy six in midtown then tomorrow will be a hot humid day with partly sunny skies on your ninety north west spots get an afternoon or evening thunderstorm orman sticky again tomorrow night with patchy clouds will be seventy six used as son and building clouds warm and muggy mongol the eighty five you have to do an evening bring us thunderstorms potentially heavy in some areas and that can cause flash flooding behind that determines nicer for the rest of the wcbs five day forecast sunshine and lower humidity wednesday with a high of eighty four the dealer son with high eighty four again both thursday and friday i'm meteorologist frank straight to the wcbs weather center well it is a lovely in lower manhattan right now the sun breaking through those clouds little hazy up there but it's still quite nice it's eighty two degrees in central park eighty one in franklin square eighty four in greenwich the time is five fifty million dollar painting the vanished forty years ago now has been returned to the artists foundation mike's melts reports this painting is one of dozens that disappeared about the same time in the late seventies citybased artist robert motherwell changed the location of where he stored his paintings he used the santini moving company and somewhere in that move dozens of his paintings went missing paintings this big isn't something can put onto your coat it's a calculated removal jack flame is the president of motherwell's foundation the daedalus foundation theory would be that somebody at the warehouse realized that the bookkeeping at the warehouse was as buttoned up as it could be and took advantage of that this large red and brown earthy motherwell was returned after having been missing for decades it found its way back after the son of a santini moving company employees found it in his late father's garage it upstate new york the son then went to motherwell's foundation to check for its authenticity and handed it over to the authorities once he learned it was stolen the hope now is that the return of this one piece could potentially lead to the discovery of dozens of other missing motherwell works at the us attorney's office makes melts wcbs newsradio eight eighty i hope you enjoyed this because this day was national ice cream day according to sales receipts july is the most popular month for ice cream we're.

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"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Now look at the five day forecast with meteorologist frank straight this afternoon we'll see some breaks of sunshine it'll be warm and muggy with the high eighty three and keep the umbrella with an arm's reach is we'll see another shower thunderstorm in many places tonight we turn out mainly clear warm and steamy with the low seventy six in midtown hot and muggy tomorrow partly sunny with a high near ninety north and west few spots and afternoon or evening thunderstorm warm and humid still sun will fade behind clouds then we'll see thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening some locally heavy flooding concerns will be eighty five after that dispel nice weather for the rest of the work week lower humidity and sunshine for wednesday high eighty four thursday and friday both looked to be nice with sunshine high again eighty four both those days i'm meteorologist frank straight in the wcbs weather center right now eighty degrees under a clear sky at central park going down to a low of seventy six in midtown eightythree in white plains eighty four in newark eighty three in piscataway wcbs news time four fifty million dollar painting went missing in the nineteen seventies it was returned recently to the artist foundation just one of the many paintings that actually disappeared around that same time the theft had all the makings of an inside job labels on the back that were removed jack flame is the president of the daedalus foundation the foundation started by artist robert motherwell whoever took this painting understood that and they toured the labels off so the painting will not be traceable dozens of motherwell's paintings when missing the late seventies right around the time mother were hired the santini moving company to move his paintings to a new warehouse us attorney jeff bergman says this million dollar motherwell was discovered decades later by the son of someone who worked for that move company the son inherited the pace and actually brought it to the daedalus foundation to be authenticated berman would not say whether the now deceased moving company employee was behind the disappearance of the dozens of other motherwell works only saying that i don't think we've run into a case quite like this one before we our investigation is continuing at the us attorney's office mike schmaltz wcbs newsradio eight eighty a mayor in california is asking his city to consider banning local employers from requiring neckties lancasters mayor rx paris ran across a study that suggested wearing neckties can restrict cerebral blood flow which health websites say could result and strokes or brain tissue death an earlier study found the too tight ties could increase the risk of blindness peres says he wants his city to consider banning local employers from requiring ties.

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"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Ramp and then delays into the cross bronx our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on wcbs and look at the five day forecast with meteorologist frank straight this afternoon we'll see some breaks of sunshine it'll be warm and muggy with a high eighty three and keep the umbrella with arm's reach is we'll see another shower thunderstorm in many places tonight we turn out mainly clear warm in steamy with the low seventy six in midtown hot and muggy tomorrow partly sunny with a high near ninety north and west few spots and afternoon or evening thunderstorm warm and humid still sun will fade behind clouds then we'll see thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening some locally heavy even some flooding concerns will be eightyfive after that dispelled nice weather for the rest of the week lower humidity and sunshine for wednesday hi four thursday and friday both looked to be nice with sunshine high again eighty four both those days i'm meteorologist frank straight in the wcbs weather center right now seventy seven degrees a few clouds in central park we'll see a mostly clear sky tonight over midtown low seventy six seventy eight new rochelle seventy eight and stanford seventy seven in central park wcbs news time to fifty million dollar painting went missing in the nineteen seventies and was returned recently to the artists foundation just one of many paintings that disappeared around the same time the theft had all the makings of an inside job are labels on the back were removed jack flame is the president of the daedalus foundation the foundation started by artists robert mother whoever took this painting understood that and they tore the labels off so the painting would not be traceable dozens of motherwell's paintings when missing the late seventies right around the time mother were hired the santini moving company to move his paintings to a new warehouse us attorney jeff bergman says this million dollar motherwell was discovered decades later by the son of someone who worked for that moving company the son inherited the pace and actually brought it to the daedalus foundation to be authenticated berman would not say whether the now deceased moving company employee was behind the disappearance of the dozens of other motherwell works only saying that i i don't think we've run into case quite like this one before our investigation is continuing at the us attorney's office mike smith's wcbs newsradio eight eighty it's called the summer slide when students forget some of the things they learned inside the classroom while schools out cbs correspondent peter king says there are things you can do to prevent that from happening a 2016 study says students can lose as much as thirty percent of what they've learned in the past school year during summer break some of it is actual forgetting that part of it also comes from just brain maturation and students not learning as.

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"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"daedalus" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Company and affiliates discounts not available in all states or situations you're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs good evening i'm marie garcia here are three things to know at ten fifteen one governor cuomo speaks out in the bronx today calling for the city out for refusing to pay its fair share to fix the ailing subway system to a personal hearing on the rest of probe takes a chaotic turn as republicans challenging fbi agent over his text message saying we'll stop the election of donald trump and three an audit done by the new york state controller find that millions of dollars are being lost by the cashless toll system we get the story from wcbs reporter marla diamond more than half of the two million dollars in unpaid tolls occurred last year when eight of the mta's bridges and tunnels went cashless and that doesn't surprise rockland county state senator david carlucci who has been trying to help hundreds of constituents who were never build get out of paying thousands of dollars in late fees there's almost an incentive for conduit to get people find rather than to have them pay their told on time lucci and westchester assemblyman tom ebanon anti sakon the outside contractor used by the throughway authority the mta and the port authority needs to go we had to hold them accountable to make sure they're finding ways to reduce costs and increase service and not the other way around at the rfk bridge marla diamond wcbs newsradio eight eighty pricey painting missing since the seventies now back with the artists foundation and as mike smells reports there could be other paintings like this out there had all the makings of an inside job labels on the back that were removed jack flame is the president of the daedalus foundation the foundation started by artist robert motherwell whoever took this painting understood that and they tore the labels off so the painting will not be traceable dozens of motherwell's paintings went missing the late seventies right around the time the royal hired the santini moving company to move his paintings to a new warehouse us attorney jeff berman says this million dollar motherwell was discovered decades later by the son of someone who worked for that moving company the son inherited the pace and actually brought it to the daedalus foundation to be authenticated berman would not say whether the now deceased moving company employee was behind the disappearance of the dozens of other motherwell works only saying that i i don't think we've run into a case quite like this one before we our investigation is continuing at the us attorney's office mike schmaltz wcbs newsradio eighty w cbs news time eight together every ten minutes on each kelly done house across bronx not great marie over dealing.

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"daedalus" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"daedalus" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"A rather strong beginning to the us corporate sir earning season overshadowing concerns over possible esscalation in the trade wars right now the dow future up sixty seven nasdaq are poor and a half and the sp better by four pepsico shares rising two and a half percent ahead of the open after the company's quarterly revenue and profit top daedalus estimates on strong sales in its frito lay division pete cardillo chief economist at spartan capital said this is a good start for the market the trade conflict he adds is far from over and could eventually have a very negative impact on equities but for now he said it's taking a backseat only because we are entering into the earning season overall five hundred companies are expected to post second quarter profit growth of about twenty one percent a little bit higher than what was forecast in april wall street has gained for three straight days now on strong us jobs data mild inflation numbers and earnings optimism but investors and analysts are pouring through quarterly reports and will continue to do that to gauge the impact of china's tariffs which are expected to hit a range of us industrial sectors earlier today china's commerce ministry raised antidumping tariff rates for some us made optical fiber products effective the eleventh of this month the us well business confidence index fell six tenths of a percent to one zero seven point two in june according to the national federation of independent businesses cardillo said disappointing report is another sign that the trade dispute is worrisome for corporate america here business news at twenty five and fifty five and in the noon business hour live through the cme lend walter newsradio seven eighty one zero five point nine fm music fans we all love jam and.

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