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Kyle Rittenhouse Shares Some Major Life Updates

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | Last month

Kyle Rittenhouse Shares Some Major Life Updates

"So you have a couple announcements that you want to make here on this program. And the first of which is let's kind of talk about what you could talk about with the lawsuit stuff. Let's start there. So are you are you able to talk a little bit about the lawsuit stuff? Well, what I will say is that we hired Todd mcmurtry, Nick Sandman's attorney to help with these lawsuits and that we're going to be taking on some cases really soon. You know, I'm just saying, but new report out, Kyle, LeBron James of billionaire now. Oh. Just, I don't know if that's helpful. I don't know if that might be something that you guys might want to take a look at. But he could definitely pay. LeBron's got a lot of money. And then the other thing is, I was actually in, I was actually in Texas a couple of weeks ago, touring a couple campuses. My Dave has some really good friends out there, so we went out there and there are really connected with Texas a and M and toured the campus. He's ready to make. This is like, he's ready to make it. Wow, everybody. It's a big deal. Right here in the Charlie Kirk show. Kyle rittenhouse is announcing that he's an Aggie. So I'm going to be going there and it's going to be awesome. Beautiful campus, amazing people, amazing food. We went to Dixie's check in there. Best burgers ever. That's why he's going. Dixie's checking, everybody. Now, do you know what they say at a and M? They say. And you know how they say hello, they say, howdy, howdy. So there you

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WHO says 99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

WHO says 99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air

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Book Burning (MM #3975)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Book Burning (MM #3975)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Over the weekend, I saw a story about a pastor burning books, and I thought I wonder which southern state it was in, and then it looked and saw Tennessee. I thought for sure, okay, somewhere over on the far right side of the state. When I dug into the story, I found out it was about 5 miles from my house. A pastor from a Nashville suburb decided to have a book burning last week, burning Twilight and Harry Potter books and items of the occult like ouija boards. Why did he do it? Well, the game publicity, of course. Because as we all know, book burning is most associated with things that happened back in the 40s, 50s and 60s. I remember some radio stations back in the day, not burning books, but were crushing compact discs of the Dixie chicks. All for a stunt. This was a stunt too. I don't know what the purpose of the stunt was to raise attention for the church perhaps. I guess we all have the right to burn whatever we want to burn. The number one book in the nation right now, a book that's been banned in schools called mouse. And it's number one on The New York Times Best Seller list because people want it banned. The more you burn, the more you ban, the more people are interested.

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Book Burning (MM #3975)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Book Burning (MM #3975)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Over the weekend, I saw a story about a pastor burning books, and I thought I wonder which southern state it was in, and then it looked and saw Tennessee. I thought for sure, okay, somewhere over on the far right side of the state. When I dug into the story, I found out it was about 5 miles from my house. A pastor from a Nashville suburb decided to have a book burning last week, burning Twilight and Harry Potter books and items of the occult like ouija boards. Why did he do it? Well, the game publicity, of course. Because as we all know, book burning is most associated with things that happened back in the 40s, 50s and 60s. I remember some radio stations back in the day, not burning books, but were crushing compact discs of the Dixie chicks. All for a stunt. This was a stunt too. I don't know what the purpose of the stunt was to raise attention for the church perhaps. I guess we all have the right to burn whatever we want to burn. The number one book in the nation right now, a book that's been banned in schools called mouse. And it's number one on The New York Times Best Seller list because people want it banned. The more you burn, the more you ban, the more people are interested.

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Book Burning (MM #3975)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Book Burning (MM #3975)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Over the weekend, I saw a story about a pastor burning books, and I thought I wonder which southern state it was in, and then it looked and saw Tennessee. I thought for sure, okay, somewhere over on the far right side of the state. When I dug into the story, I found out it was about 5 miles from my house. A pastor from a Nashville suburb decided to have a book burning last week, burning Twilight and Harry Potter books and items of the occult like ouija boards. Why did he do it? Well, the game publicity, of course. Because as we all know, book burning is most associated with things that happened back in the 40s, 50s and 60s. I remember some radio stations back in the day, not burning books, but were crushing compact discs of the Dixie chicks. All for a stunt. This was a stunt too. I don't know what the purpose of the stunt was to raise attention for the church perhaps. I guess we all have the right to burn whatever we want to burn. The number one book in the nation right now, a book that's been banned in schools called mouse. And it's number one on The New York Times Best Seller list because people want it banned. The more you burn, the more you ban, the more people are interested.

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Nevada geothermal power lawsuit bound for US appeals court

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Nevada geothermal power lawsuit bound for US appeals court

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Benches Clear in Yankees-Mets Game Over Alleged Whistling Drama

Get Up!

01:08 min | 10 months ago

Benches Clear in Yankees-Mets Game Over Alleged Whistling Drama

"We had a good one in the subway series last night mets and yankees bottom of the six. It's good because it got a little petty. You got a little bit of everything. Rex ula baseball. And you watch this one. Francisco door launches this home run. Its second of the night. But it's about what he's doing that's going to cost issues. He's routing the basis and he's making a whistling motion to the field. They're mocking the yankees. Who they said was whistling on saturday to alert their hitters. To the fact that a mets pitcher was tipping. His tickets to the mets erupt. Then stanton crushes this one. And he's he whistled that thing in case whistling dixie. So now they're talking. Then we would get the benches clearing but you know it's baseball so they'll just talk a little bit. He'll do the thumbs down. And the fittings honored they'll stand there and stare at each other in the move on game tied at six tensions are high for lyn door knocks. The yankees out of the playoffs for now keeps their playoff hopes alive. Mets go on to win seven and six. It's been a tough year francisco lindor but that was certainly sweet as the metro on

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The History of US Presidential Transportation

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:21 min | 10 months ago

The History of US Presidential Transportation

"First us president of any sort to fly in an airplane was theodore roosevelt. It was rather short flight as airplanes at the time didn't have a very long range and it was probably one of the more dangerous. Flights ever attempted by president sitting or former come over after this short sightseeing flight. Us presidents didn't do any flying. It would be another thirty three years before an actual sitting. Us president would get on an airplane. The first airplane designated for presidential use was purchased in nineteen thirty three it was a douglas dolphin amphibious aircraft and it was operated by the us navy as there was no air force at the time. The co name. It was given was r d two. It could seat four passengers and there was a small sleeping compartment. The interior was custom made for presidential use with leather seats. It was stationed at the anacostia naval airbase in washington. Dc until nineteen thirty nine and during that time it was never once used by the president to be fair. Fdr was in a wheelchair and getting in and out of an airplane especially a small amphibious plane was probably something that he wasn't keen to do however he did eventually take a flight the very first airplane flight by a sitting. Us president took place on january. Eleventh nineteen forty-three when franklin roosevelt flew on. The dixie clipper was a commercial boeing. Three fourteen clipper which was operated by pan. Am he flew fifty five hundred miles to the casablanca conference in morocco to meet with winston churchill and charles de gaulle. The flight was done in three stages any flu rather than took a ship because it was considered safer than risking german u boats in the atlantic after the trip the army air force didn't want to rely on commercial airlines for presidential transportation. They proposed the president. Use a modified. C eighty seven liberator express heavy bomber. The plane was dubbed the guess where to when the secret service reviewed the safety record of the plane. They rejected it. For presidential use. The plane was used for carrying the first lady. Eleanor roosevelt however on a trip to latin america. But it never carried the president. The secret service then approved a douglas. C fifty four skymaster which was a transport plane used in the war. It was named the sacred cow ended. Had sleeping quarters are radiotelephone and a lift for getting roosevelt in and out of the plane in his wheelchair. The only time you used it was to travel to the yalta conference in february of nineteen forty five. This plane is on display at the museum. At the wright patterson air force base outside dayton

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Firefighters Battle Wildfires, Fatigue as California Braces for an Extended Fire Season

Environment: NPR

02:10 min | 10 months ago

Firefighters Battle Wildfires, Fatigue as California Braces for an Extended Fire Season

"There's hope for the evacuated residents of south lake. Tahoe who waiting to return to their homes. Firefighters have made progress against a massive kaldor fire. Threatening the california resort town calmer winds and higher humidity have helped their efforts. But with mega-fires the new norm the work of wad line. The work of wildland firefighters is harder and longer than it used to be. Extreme weather fuelled by climate change is putting a strain on them and other emergency workers. Npr's eric westervelt has this report. In a stretch of bone bone-dry pine forest on the edge of south lake. Tahoe crews putting out windblown spot. Fires is hard tedious. Work scraping the ground with hand tools. Just up the road. Helicopters are dropping water on a main edge of the massive kaldor fire as it crackles toward the tahoe basin like most wildland firefighting crews. This one from reno has been jumping from fire to fire with little downtime already. This year reno. Fire has sent screws eight different states. Most of this crew just shifted from the nearby dixie. Fire california's second largest fire on record to help. Defend lake tahoe. Smoke ash heat sleep deprivation battalion chief. Bill erlich says yes to remind his team not to overdo it. You can see some guys get a little fatigued and just remind him. Hey there's enough of us you can take time out you know. Take care of yourself. And we'll take care you too because we gotta pay ourself pacing and avoiding firefighter. Burnout is a nationwide problem. The federal office decides which wildfires get priority says. The us is currently exhausted all national firefighting resources from personnel to equipment. They've been at this level five alert since mid-july so now the pentagon has been tapped to mobilize hundreds of active duty servicemembers as well as aircraft to help fight wildfires. Some states have also activated the national guard critics charge at the old firefighting deployment models and the mutual aid. System are near a breaking point. Exhausted crews resources stretched thin. That's the reality. In the era of climate change fueled mega-fires ad in record drought and the routinization of extreme weather. And you've got a serious problem

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High winds threaten to whip up flames approaching Lake Tahoe

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

High winds threaten to whip up flames approaching Lake Tahoe

"High winds threatened to whip up flames approaching Lake Tahoe authorities fighting the colder fire along the California Nevada border near Lake Tahoe are bracing for a challenging day we're in red flag conditions colder fire incident meteorologist Jim Dudley cal fire Steve Balmer says the Calder fire exploded in size again Tuesday as it ran through the forest to create what's called a active crown fire run where the fire actually goes from treetop to treetop when it does that those ember cast that it throws out or going over a mile in distance the roughly twenty two thousand residents of the city of south Lake Tahoe were ordered to evacuate on Monday cal fire battalion chief said the fire was three miles outside of south Lake Tahoe more than fifteen thousand firefighters are battling dozens of blazes across California including the Dixie fire the second largest wildfire in state history hi Mike Rossio

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California Wildfires Have Torched More Than 1.5m Acres This Year

NPR News Now

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

California Wildfires Have Torched More Than 1.5m Acres This Year

"Fires continue to rage in california scott rod of member station capela radio reports more than one and a half million acres have burned so far this year fire crews are currently battling over a dozen large wildfires in california. The dixie fire has grown to the second largest fire in state history and continues to threaten communities in plumas and lassen counties. The kaldor fire has blanketed. the lake. tahoe region with hazardous levels of smoke leaving popular resort areas deserted. The federal government has closed nine national forests in the state through labor day. due to extreme fire risks. Last year california saw a record. Four point three million acres burned. The state is on pace to match that number this year

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Galt Officer Dies After Crash While en Route to Caldor Fire

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Galt Officer Dies After Crash While en Route to Caldor Fire

"99 officer harm under gray wall was responding to the Calgary fire with another officer when their patrol car was struck by a Dodge Ram pickup on Sunday. The second officer, Capri Herrera, is hospitalized after the crash that also killed the driver of the Dodge The fast moving Dixie Fire will likely see an increase in fire

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California Town Aims to Buy the Highest at-Risk Properties

Environment: NPR

01:51 min | 11 months ago

California Town Aims to Buy the Highest at-Risk Properties

"The dixie fire drifts into paradise california. The dixie ignited in nearly the same place as the two thousand eighteen campfire which killed eighty five people and destroyed almost nineteen thousand buildings here seeing and smelling the smoke is a constant if ominous reminder quite literally. It's it's hanging over your head. We had some days at the sun was blacked out as dark as night. Dan f steph paradise parks and rec director. Turns right off a highway lined on both sides by stumps from logged charred pine trees a narrow steep winding dirt. Road leads us to the rim of the canyon where the flames entered paradise. Nearly three years ago this is not something to fire engine when would even entertain going down. Fire trucks can't get into protect homes and places like this because it's too dangerous. We have twenty one acres down here most. This neighborhood was leveled. it's unrecognizable we standing on. Somebody's old home. I think we are. We are the homes that burned probably wouldn't have gotten building permits today but this neighborhood is no anomaly. In the libertarian rural west. There's a legacy of loose zoning and some people have to live in places like this because it's cheaper and you could see this. This area got decimated yet steph. Sees opportunity here that have been so many instances these fires people know that we have to do something different. The town has bought up land from campfire survivors. Who either couldn't or didn't want to rebuild. The idea is to connected to their existing park land. that's good for recreation. But also as a fuel break they can strictly manage this forest with the hopes that the next wildfire slows down here and gives firefighters a chance. Every single one of these properties were looking at from the standpoint. What can we do to limit. The spread of fire is a staging area. And all of that. And i think it's gonna make the community

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Caldor Fire Explodes, Leveling Parts of a California Town

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:16 sec | 11 months ago

Caldor Fire Explodes, Leveling Parts of a California Town

"Exploding in the last 24 hours. The cow fire now was re rebounding folks from the Dixie Fire to help out and those displaced in the Dixie fire or trying to secure relief funds to the hell to help with the loss of businesses and homes. Traffic and weather together

Newsom Declares State of Emergency in El Dorado County Due to Caldor Fire

The KFBK Morning News

00:18 sec | 11 months ago

Newsom Declares State of Emergency in El Dorado County Due to Caldor Fire

"Customers in 18 counties to prevent winds from knocking down power lines and starting more fires. Cal Fire says the caliber fire has now burned 30,000 acres is 0% contained and to the North California's largest wildfire in history. The Dixie fires burning within eight miles of the city of Susan Ville.

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Wildfires Continue to Blaze in the Western US

NPR News Now

01:10 min | 11 months ago

Wildfires Continue to Blaze in the Western US

"Of firefighters continue to work in northern california to surround the dixie fire. It is burn nearly nine hundred square miles. California fire officials say it is less than one third contained that's put thousands more homes in danger and fire officials are warning. New fires could erupt given extreme heat and unstable weather. The national interagency fire center says there are ninety. seven large. fires or complex is burning mostly in the west. The state's dealing with the largest number of wildfires are idaho and montana separately in utah. Thousands of people were told evacuate to escape a wildfire near salt lake city for member station k. u. e. r. Sonia hudson has more. The fire started on the side of a freeway outside salt lake city of saturday afternoon. It spread rapidly up a hill towards several communities. Fire officials quickly called in airplanes helicopters in hand crews from multiple states to battle the blaze. By saturday night they say fire activity had become minimum. And it stayed that way. Throughout the day on sunday state officials did keep nearby reservoir closed on sunday so that helicopters could get water from it to fight the

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103 Wildfires Are Currently Burning in the U.S.

Steve Sanchez

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

103 Wildfires Are Currently Burning in the U.S.

"At last count more than 100. Wildfires are raging in the West 103 large fires are burning in the western part of the US and thanks to The weather. Cruz State fires were especially active in Washington and Northern California. The largest fire burning in the country. Right now is the Dixie Fire, which is also the largest in California's history. As of Friday, it was 518,000 acres in just 31% contained foxes. Jessica Rosenthal continued. Hot, dry weather is expected to contribute to even

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The Dixie Fire Continues to Rage

Morning Edition

01:14 min | 11 months ago

The Dixie Fire Continues to Rage

"The Dixie Fire continues to rage. It's now the largest single wildfire in California history and has burned more than 505,000 acres. Is still threatening at least a dozen small communities. It's destroyed 1000 buildings, many of them homes, Cal Fire chief Tom Porter says almost a month after the fire broke out, there are new challenges on the horizon. The concern we have going into the next few days is another bout of monsoonal moisture coming up through Southern California. Turning into dry lightning potentially through this area and all the way to the north coast of California and then into Oregon, Washington as well, Porter says. The conditions are so dry that a single blade of grass can be a mission point. After 29 days, battling the Dixie Fire Containment stands at just 30%. With thousands of firefighters fighting blazes in California officials have decided to close down the Trinity Alps Wilderness area until November. That's a popular vacation spot with more than half a million acres of granite peaks lakes and trails. In a statement, Forestry officials say they can't spare the aircraft and personnel needed to track down lost or endangered hikers. They also hope the move will help prevent new fires from igniting in

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"dixie" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

05:03 min | 11 months ago

"dixie" Discussed on 5 Things

"Here are some of the top headlines. Us travelers to canada may see major delays in the coming days. Some nine thousand. Canada border services agency workers are set to begin striking canada's border with the. Us reopens next week. Six people are dead after a sightseeing float. Plane crash. Thursday in southeast alaska. The five passengers were holland. America line cruise passengers and wildfires continue in eastern europe. Thousands more evacuated early friday north of athens. The dixie fire. The largest wildfire in california destroyed the gold rush town of greeneville on wednesday night about one hundred miles from chico california. The fire also chased residents away from their homes across the sierra nevada region. Like evacuee ron pucci. Boy i tell you that when it came up that can and it created his own wind. it was intense. It was blowing fifty sixty miles an hour. The dixie is now the sixth largest fire in the states modern history. It's been burning for three weeks and spreading northern california's plumas butte lawson and tehama counties the blaze had already destroyed sixty seven structures before getting to greenville. A small town of about a thousand people as the fire quickly approached the town. The plumas county sheriff's office warned on facebook quote. If you are still in the greenville area you are in imminent danger and you must leave now on quote most already evacuated by wednesday afternoon and other residents who stayed behind were later picked up by sheriff's officials. The fire then decimated the downtown area wednesday night destroying almost every structure scenes were similar to the campfires destruction of paradise california in two thousand eighteen volunteer firefighter. Dan kerns said quote. I'm not going to say. Total destruction because not every structure is gone but the town is catastrophically destroyed quote. Firefighters are now worried about other towns in the area residents also evacuated nearby chester including dean katrin who described the scene to the redding record searchlight part of the usa today network. That was a mass exodus outta here. Iv people were anything. They had trailers camp trailers pull trailers stuff on their car. It's amazing what people get in their car. When they have to short period of time what. I noticed there were red. Flag warnings in the region through thursday night and dry conditions may continue in the days ahead. There's more daunting news. When it comes to climate change a large system of ocean currents in the atlantic including the gulfstream may be heading for disaster. And it's because of human caused climate change. The news comes from a study by the potsdam institute for climate impact research in germany it centers around the atlantic meridional overturning circulation or am. Oh see it. Transports warm salty water from the tropics northward at the ocean surface and cold. Water southward at the ocean. Bottom study author nicholas. Bowers said it's one of the planet's key circulation systems and its potential collapse would have severe consequences around the globe. It could bring extreme cold to europe and parts of north america ray sea levels in some places and further endanger the amazon rainforest and arctic ice sheets findings from a similar twenty. Eighteen study made comparisons to the scientifically inaccurate. Two thousand four film the day after tomorrow which used a similar ocean current shutdown as the film's premise. At the time the study's authors said a collapse was at least decades away but would be a catastrophe. The us likely saw another hiring spree last month. Despite cove in nineteen cases rising and major staff shortages in some industries job growth probably continued. We'll find out. Just how much. On friday when the labor department releases its july jobs report. It's expected to show that the us gained some eight hundred sixty thousand jobs last month. Narrowly topping june's eight hundred fifty thousand. According to a survey of economists by the data firm fact set the pandemic led to a brief but intense recession in the us last spring forcing shutdowns of some kind in most sectors at the end of last month the federal reserve kept interest rates near zero and noted that the economy was getting stronger fed chair. Jerome powell has the economy continues to reopen and spending rebounds. We are seeing upward pressure on prices particularly because supply bottlenecks in some sectors have limited. How quickly production can respond in the near term. These bottleneck effects have been larger than anticipated. But as these transitory supply affects abate.

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"dixie" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"dixie" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"To them to hear to hear a kind of creel. that said. i don't know how much of this dialect was accurate. Yeah right guy. Some guy impression of how slave black people might be talking in georgia. Today it would have had the. It would have had a recognizable lilt but then it would be a blank slate in terms of trying to make a comedic and it's pre mass media age a lot of these people even if they had heard Black workers in the north speak. They wouldn't know what the southern dialect was like. This would be. This would be another example of a thing. I wanna talk to nome chomsky about but whether or not you ever run into him. And i'm out for behind plant in a movie theater line where he's huddled with. When i see him again is what i should say. Yeah the the form. The linguistic form the grammatical form. And i'm sure their future links listening who this is their special area of study. They're gonna write you about it. But the way that creoles like creole grammar takes shape is a universal. Anytime you get you know anytime a language of like arises in a creole fashion like other certain kinds of changes. That often happen. I don second yeah is it is it. Is it related to is it. Related more to the to the wave of the two languages collide or is it something intrinsic to the development of a creole language. That that it that it has certain touch touch points in certain sort of tones. Let's just say that these early blackface minstrels would not have cared less. I see moving right. You're but you're right but it just went not occurred to dan emmett. Who who assembles the first group of singers and dancers and joke tellers puts them in burnt cork and suddenly the minstrel show was a thing where you're not just seeing a bunch of acts. One of whom is a guy acting a as a as a black character in negro dialect. Now you're seeing a whole group of them singing and dancing that's ship that's the whole show genre. I had no idea that was true. I always thought. I always thought a minstrel show was always a component of a larger vaudeville. Enterprise predates vaudeville. Vaudeville came to incorporate minstrel act because just because those jokes and dance and song forums for so deepen the dna but before that no you go see a minstrel show and it would just be a troupe of a drag dozen or a couple dozen these guys exactly well with a few differences but doing kind of interpolated skits sketches and songs and dances anything. Fifty nine Emmett strip the bryant's minstrels need a new walk around. Which is a name for a mystery grew. Its own little conventions you'd have you'd have this kind of a joke. Inner change and then you'd have this kind of a song. And then there'd be a solo number and and at the end of an act you'd have a walk around which was kind of a competitive dance where everybody would dance together and sing a line and then somebody would come forward and do a series of steps. Then you'd another bar of the song and then somebody else in another few bars of the song. Then somebody else would come up and do a different step. Now that that is or is not an authentic. That is that's a manufactured treatment. I think the scholarly consensus is pretty much manufactured. Because that remains i mean. That's how break dance competitions happened. That's i mean that's how you see it in the few forties hollywood musicals that had some of these extremely talented black singers and dancers. But i think a lot of it is coming back from the minstrel show really into the culture which is super weird. So it's not that's not that's not an ancient form of like everybody. Everybody standing around clapping and then somebody steps forward does. I'm not saying it's not. It would almost have to be such a general thing but in the format arrives in the minstrel show. I don't. I don't know how much evidence there is that somebody observed. Hey this is what this is. What southern blacks do around the campfire at night. You know american culture is so fascinating because it can absolutely like develop real forms out of fake forms. Mockery turns to reality and reality turns back to mockery so you. So you're saying that. The i b boys. Were these black face artists john a little. That's the crazy the be wasn't for black face. that's terrible. No that is terrible and so they need a new song for this and was it beat street. Can you beat there was no. He wrote a song called. Dixie first attested use of dixie meaning a southern place. I want to go back to. And he apparently later accounts register the copyright when he wrote this song not knowing it was going to be an overnight hit which it very quickly became suddenly became the most popular pop song in america. In like d'esposito gangnam style fashion. Everybody's singing dixie. Let let me ask you this. The last time. I sat and really studied. The lyrics of dixie was never is the song written from the perspective of a freed slave who's longing for his slave home. That's what's insane so today. We mostly saying the. I like the first six lines of dixie is all you had no. I wish i was in the land of cotton old times. They're not forgotten. Look away look away right now. There's a second verse that you might here in. Dixie land where. I was born in early on one. Frosty morning look away. Look away look away. The course. I wish. I was in dixie highway in dixieland. I'll take my stand to live and die in dixie. That's about all we know today but as originally written there to changes..

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"dixie" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"dixie" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"The dixie. Chicks changed their name last year. It had not occurred to me. That the word dixie was historically freighted in the same way that the associated culture you know all the statues we were seeing. Come down. obviously were right. But the word. Dixie itself mostly mostly because i would never use it in any context How would you even say you could say that. You wished you were down in but you probably never have wished you were down in dixie I don't know. I mean. Maybe if i'm like trying to catch a flight to an event in atlanta and i'm snowed in our hair near like i would not gonna get the dick pic up a banjo and sang a little diddy about it. So what is the derivation of dixie. I don't i weirdly. I have no idea. It's disputed it's There's a popular folk outta mogae that it's named for like a new york farmer named john dixie. Who i think. He gathered a lot of freed slaves to his to his Spread and You know either. They gave them land. They worked his farm or something to the degree. That people in the north started referring to. You know dixie as a kind of a subtle southern island little southern enclave in new york. Unfortunately there's no evidence of this guy ever existed and then that extended then it like. Isn't that weird reciprocated. Back to dixie itself seems insane and it must be very early. They must be like dutch. Dutch era new york rhino. I see but yeah the that doesn't make any sense. And even though like ripley's believe it or not printed that in the thirties. There's no he doesn't. He doesn't exist this he's not attested. It seems pretty clear that there's another focus that it comes from. The french disliked ten. Yeah after a like a french coins. That circulated around new orleans in the early american period. Like maybe there is some evidence that those notes were called dixies by english speakers but the most obvious etymology does seem to be the most likely one which is just comes from the mason dixon line. Oh named after dixon jeremiah. Dixon or whoever though the southern surveyor was although one problem with that is we do not call the north. Macy know about does have quite a few macy's fewer fewer. It has fewer kimble's than macy's for sure. Yeah it seems that now that now that you say mason dixon line it seems only natural. It would be called that. But when did the south start to be called dixie I think it's nineteenth century like earliest anticipation of dixie. The funny thing is if you have. Dixie merriam webster today. The number one definition is a brand of small paper cup. Oh a dixie cup right. Is that related to dixie cups. Come from from georgia pacific in in atlanta. The dick was invented in nineteen hundred eight in by a new england inventor. Laurence llewelyn like a boston lawyer. Who has just wanted more sterile. He was tired of people dipping ladle into a rain barrel or well and passing it around. I am too. I hate that. Yeah don't you hate that when you're at the shirts sociable. I'm okay. Get to get your dipper out of the rain barrel. I go to the car. And i get my own ladle. Yeah yeah cleanly. It'll my own clean. Ladle it's it's wrapped in plastic like a hotel later when you check into your room. So but you know as we'll see the using the word dixie for the south it's not purely regional like the song and the idea of dixie of kind of had a an america wide acceptance that's kind of ebbed and flowed over time today we're definitely in an urban. It's probably not coming back. Because when do you. Hear the word i guess. Alabama is still officially the heart of dixie. Yeah and i don't wendy. Even here people referred like being local tourist board branding in the south. I one of the things that i think we're about to discover in the american culture. Wars are how much the south is going to brand slash rebrand itself. And whether i mean it absolutely could decide. I mean the south collectively could could decide call convention but dixies where where it's happening again. I mean i just. I just read a big long article on stone mountain and how they're trying to trying to figure out a way to smooth the edges of stone mountain to make it not quite serbia civil rights team but not enough to offend like ninety percent of our visitors. Yeah right. I mean there's no way that you can put like nat turner up on stone mountain for one thing. He would hate it like you haunt you forever. You can't even really take the flags down right. I mean the whole point of stone mountain his what it is to celebrate the confederacy and so there is. It's not like tak- take the statue of robert ely down in front of the courthouse. It's like literally the most popular tourist location in georgia. And so what are the so. There's like a little. They're like what we put a kiosk up here. That has the tells you know the other side but also you know we still have rallies torchlight rallies in the middle of the night here. So the last time this happened the south really doubled down again. That's kind of their ten today. Could be like we're going to start saying dixie again. No one has said in fifty years. Well yeah start saying dixie. Or maybe i mean when the when they're when the secession movement rather the succession movement in the south really takes. Do you think it's going to be recession or succession. I wonder i it'll be succession. No succession what will succeed the secession. I guess yeah. I think i think there's probably i mean if the state of alaska keeps threatening to become its own country estate that could not survive for one minute without government subsidies. That's also true of the entire southern united states. But there they they could make you know they could make another case for for independence down there. And what would they call it. The united states. A dixie the you. Don't you don't want dixie like there. It sounds like the nation of yesterday. I do believe in this story about the about dick's being being destroyed. The the the the new orleans. Ten ten frank note rather than mason dixon. Because you would say dixie land for the part of the part of the country. That used these french known as these french notes right. Oh by the way. I got the story of the new york guirong. This was so early. In the history of manhattan island..

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"dixie" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"dixie" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"You were to act it out it. I think so. I think that it might acting background helps me as a novelist because i approach the both things very similarly like getting into the body of this character as a way of getting in her brain and his way of figuring out what she's gonna do next and so like the way i would find a character as an actor on stage the same way that i would find this voice of delta and to the extent that when i was writing i would even be like a hold my hand the way that i think delta mine and to figure out her attitudes and i would do the same thing with the other characters as well but it was much more. You know it was happening constantly. Obviously she's the first person narrator so it's a breath of life into a character bringing that character to life on a screen or a stage at similar bringing that character life on a page. Isn't it. I personally think so. And i'm sure a lot of writers who do not have any acting background do the same thing in but they might just describe it differently. But i'm sure a lot of writers are getting into that The body in the brain of the character. I have because i've been a stage actor i've experienced in actually walking around in the body of the character and that is a little bit different than some other writers. Perhaps you know mary. If this were turned into an very well might be already in consideration for a film or miniseries. I would vote mini series because it takes time to really see this kind of thing develop in a novel. You can do that at subtle little things on on certain ends of chapters where somebody says something and she react I don't know if i were producing it for hbo. I'd say let's make it five or six parts. It is being developed into a tv series. You're right oh well. We didn't plan that it is being developed as we speak but i am not emitted touch under. That's okay just just know that. I like the idea of a series too. So i'm whoever not that they would ever listen to me. But i think it's a great great arc for a series. All right you mention your name can't let this interview go by without me fawning over your name and your lineage. Okay so let's talk about your your mom and your stepdad. If we may Mary talk about your mom first. I all everybody knows her so my mother passed away eleven years ago but she Dixie carter is my mother amazing actress in On the television series designing women and She was an incredible person and an incredible mother. And hal holbrook. My stepfather passed away. Just a few months ago in towards the beginning of twenty twenty one and that has been really hard to this year. Also you know. Help holbrooke of people mark twain tonight which he or over sixty years around the country and and many obscene films and television and i saw him as mark twain once in boston was a thrill of just a thrill he he was a remarkable presence on screen on stage and I i've got to say. I never told anybody this. I think he's probably the best actor to portray abraham lincoln and a mini series. That he did. They actually used makeup. That really matched the lincoln. We know from the five dollar bill. But hell hobart researched the voice and the voice patterns. It was so brilliantly done. I mean everything he did was a material. I agree everything he was he. He was an incredible actor. He was in the league of his own. And i know a lot of people miss him a great deal including me of of course. I my my condolences on both your mom and your stepdad. I mean there's a really wonderful creative Tours though for you even if they didn't even mean to do it they can't help but rub off. I guess what i'm saying. I think that's absolutely right. I think just well. I saw a hello broke Mark twain tonight more than thirty times my life And i went around various different countries. When he was touring with them and so mark. Twain's words for one thing are like really etched in my brain practically no the show by heart and beyond that. Just the sensibility Being in the midst of it or many us. I think does play a role some mysterious leg and there is another connection that well. Although it's very faint that you and i have you went to harvard. M. told i didn't i live near harvard. That's all i can say. My wife is a harvard grad. Business school grad. So i'll i'll take that To to my time my my wife my wife yes a. I'm just a radio. Guy went to typical four year college but Harvard does that. You majored in english english in american. Let the degree paid off because here. We are talking about the big novel of the summer. How was that. You're you're talking to a fellow Bostonian almost kanter bridge near the line. So is it likely or is it a possibility that there could be a sequel to this. I am writing another novel but it is not as equal to this income. So i don't think there's a sequel if there is it's down line some other time but But the book. I'm writing next is not a sequel. Now well i Said at the beginning. I i really enjoyed. I read a lot for the work. I do but also for fun and pleasure. I found this to be intriguing. I can say this People don't have to worry about murder and mayhem and bodies being cut up and all that kind of stuff. It's a different kind of thriller. So just let the world know which i think is why you're getting such raves. Because this is a book that any adult will enjoy reading male or female. I think thank you so much so pleased that you really loved it. Yeah no serious. No serial killers so my wife can read it but No you're you're delightful. Thank you so much for for joining us for the photographer. The new novel which will be a big read on beaches and people are going back to the beaches which is really cool. That's exciting thank you. Mary was delighted to meet you. Thank you take care mary. Dixie carter with her first novel a terrific beach read. You'll love at the summer. It's called the photographer. Thanks as always to the people behind the podcast. Dan tibo fast which media. Ken carberry had sharp reductions in boston. And a special. Thanks as always to use so many of you. For subscribing downloading rating and reviewing the podcast. Really appreciate those five star reviews so many great topics and guests coming up. I know you'll find it interesting and inspiring till next time this is jordan saying as always be well so you can do good..

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"dixie" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"dixie" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"We're going to be sharing with mary. Dixie carter. She's a terrific writer appeared in time the economist the san francisco chronicle and many other publications. Her first novel is what we're going to be focusing on. It's called the photographer. And it is a doozy of book. A psychological mind game. I can't wait to doctor mary about it now. The name sounds a little familiar. Mary dixie carter. Well it should. She's the daughter of the late. Dixie carter and her. Stepdad was the iconic american actor. Hell holbrooke. I'm thrilled to welcome the lady who has one of the hot novels of the summer as we invite mary. Dixie carter to join us on mike well first of all congratulations. It's a great book and it's now being heralded as a great book by some pretty good sources. We were just talking about people magazine. What do people magazine say mary. Kissel magazine called it. One of the summer must read and calls it a daring a psychological thriller. I can't. I don't think i'll be able to stay word for word. But it was very very complimentary. The words must read together when a novelist sees that. It's it's golden knights. Beautiful doesn't get any better than that. Right that's terrific congratulations. well let's. Let's take a look at photographer. I it's got so many twists and turns. And i wanna ask you about it without obviously giving anything away. The overall plot involves A woman with a rather intriguing name. Who is a photographer. I roll her. Name is delta. John what's that flower you have on exactly people with names like that are automatically singled out. There you know people are going to ask about the name is. Was that intentional. On your part to name your main character that way. I the couple things that played into her. Having the name delta the dot one is the song delta dawn which felt resonant in certain ways not directly but indirectly and the other is as you may have noticed. I have an unusual name. Mary dixie card and very southern in my live in. You know i've lived in new york and in los angeles Haven't i haven't actually lived in this out. Spent time there. So there's a way that my name is a little unusual and people notice it. And i wanted the same kind of thing for delta so delta. There's a lot of different things that make her not belong in brooklyn and that's just one up. She's in a field that i'm very familiar with this. I have very number a great number of friends. Who are photographers and i work professionally with a lot of people who are in that field and It's kind of interesting. you know. Most of them try to stay in the background. That's their job to observe and be that third i. It's a fascinating personality. Study in the book of what a photographer does. But in general it's a it's it's not. Usually the main character isn't the photographer what i'm did. You have a go ahead. Go ahead so for this woman. The photographer is perfect kind of metaphor for who she is and how she operates which is like she's remove from the action and there's a camera separating her from the scene and she wants to be part of the senior wants to belong in the scene. She wants to be a participant. But she doesn't feel she is. She feels that she's an outsider and the camera is reinforcing. That reminded me as i was reading through it with that robin williams movie of several years ago where he was developing film and was sort of eavesdropping or not. He's rubbing but Peeking through into the lives of families. She's actually ingratiating yourself. because she's hired to shoot birthday parties and intimate family. Get togethers isn't she. Yeah she is still. I actually got the idea. Because i hired a photographer to take pictures of mine to children and the pictures an there now cannon ape. This was a few years ago. The pictures paying back in really beautiful. But the children's eyes were cobalt blue and they're not in real life and i said to the tug of right like for my children's is to be the real color and she said there is no real color and i was really interested in that psychology. And what everything else that might go with it. If if that person in that point of view were just allowed to run wild and how far it could you answer the question that i had Were what was the inspiration and it's fascinating that a novelist and you craft this big scoping novel can get that from one incident like that. That's always interesting. How the mind works and how you can develop an entire story an entire life around that incident. That's pretty cool. Well you know there were probably other things percolating in my brain and that was like the match that set it off exactly. Yeah well you. You mentioned changing the eye color and a big part of the story. Involves this woman belted on becoming a part of the family and then manipulating things photogenic photoshop. And you must have done some research on what you can actually do. I don't know anything about photoshop. But what it is. Tell me a little bit about that. Your exploration into that. So for while i was just writing the novel and then maybe halfway through i took a photography class it was limited so i'm not a good photographer as result but i wanted like confidence in discussing even on the basic concepts and also just the vocabulary and then i also took a very limited photo shop class again to give me a couple of concepts than some vocabulary. But what i would do is an won't do any spoilers. But if there was something that i wanted to change that i wanted delta to change in a photo been i would have been i would think about what the end result was that i wanted and i would just have her a. I would go online and research like what would be the way i could achieve. This and i would read various different online forums about how to get this end results and those results are almost sifi nature right. I mean we're seeing images of actors faces on other actors bodies. I mean and that's just the tip of the iceberg so and she's a very skilled artisan. Let's say that at the outset. He's very good at what she does very good at what she does. She's very talented and skilled very smart. Who so for all of her issues. She's very sharp. Well without again spilling the beans. What is the main issue with this woman. Would you say i mean. What is there a psychological term for kind of character. I do little bit of researched like on the subject. What her main issue might be. But i ended up not really wanting to put her in a box. Because i was more interested.

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"dixie" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"dixie" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"The you're listening to gangland wire hosted by former kansas city. Police intelligence unit detective jerry. Welcome wire-tappers out their backyard. Gangland wire on a another zoom interview. Now that i've discovered zoom seems to work a little better. People are more familiar with it. It's easier interface than skype. So i'm doing zoom interviews. Now i've got senova cantrell here with macy's a fellow missourian and a true crime writer and has been for a long time. We've done a show with her before. And it's always a good show. And she's got a big interest in written a book recently titled murdered in mississippi. And it's about a subject that i find fascinating. The dixie mafia now. You've heard of the lakota. Stir mafia the mafia this assaying mafia the italian mafia. Whatever you wanna call it camara and then gada. But this is the dixie mafia and. It's probably not exactly like the italian mafia but it has a lot of similarities. Welcome sedova. I'm really glad to have you back. I think scary. A one thing to point out murdered in. Mississippi is a website that i run. The title of the book is silenced. By the dixie mafia. I'm sorry i'm sorry. I should have better notes. That's okay at read them. The title of the book Do that again. Now tell me. The title of that. Book title of the book is silenced. By the dixie mafia. The subtitle is called the anderson files. Your website is. I have several websites. The main site is moving dot com. And then my true crime stories. Dot com is what runs the blog. And then i run a whole dixie. Mafia side called murder in mississippi and it is all nothing but dixie mafia stuff. And so that's what the murdered in. Mississippi is but the title is silenced. By the dixie mafia the anderson files. Okay and that's what we're going to talk about today in particular..

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"dixie" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

Ready to Be Petty

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"dixie" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

"Sorry that were not enough for you. Charlie was like sorry that your food wasn't good enough. There's some people that can't eat like beat just being roasting them both which you know what i don't wanna say it's deserved because they're young but definitely need to like step off their high horse for a second totally. I think that this is like a good wakeup call. This seems like a softball like canceling that. They can like reel it in and then never do something like this again. And i'm so surprised. Also because i think that they're so far have been so lovely arianna 'grande in an interview made that pointed comment about like all those tiktokers going to saddle ranch or whatever. The popular club is in hollywood. She's like is that necessary in pandemic like. Can't you just wait. It's not that game and then paparazzi asked. I think it was dixie. She was like noah. That's a good fucking point like educated response. I think it's a bit hypocritical because dixie. Yes she agrees like her boyfriend's going there with all his friends every week holy totally. It's like she was still out when she was asked. That question. other place that you guys go like every other day. And it's all talkers in all youtubers. Like one hundred percent if you're going to be that way yet but just accept it like own it. I think that's the worst part. Is i fucking hate when someone will like tweet out like stay home where mask and like the next night. They're like at a bar. Yeah like now or less wearing ask so. It's so tough to like. Listen to but. I was so surprised. I'm surprised by this news. Because i thought that they just have responded till like any criticism that they've got so well and they've done such a good job of yeah keeping it like good content I agree. I think that i mean it is it literally is all happening at this moment type of things. That could come out with an apology. At this point. I have no idea. I'm sure we'll see soon. It'll be very interesting to see how they react as a family because people are now like calling their parents Questioning are you guys. Weren't good parenting like all these things. Which again maybe uncalled for. But i think that long term. It'll be good for them totally. I think i don't even realize the platform of ninety nine million followers. I was thinking about that today. I was like that's that's like So close to one hundred one hundred million. i'd andre. i know literally. Like i like canada has thirty. Four million people are thirty. Seven million people like it's just wild thing about like. She has three times. The amount of my country's population like rooming today said that it's one seventh of the world population. Oh my god. Oh my god that's true. It's wild that is so wild. I and for a sixteen year old. That seems like unbearable like in terms of or like unmanageable. I should say yeah but you have people so interesting..

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"dixie" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

Ready to Be Petty

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"dixie" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

"Heads up it's your host tori. Who is ready to be petty back with another episode this week. I and i'm so glad that we were. Maybe just me that. I'm back on track and putting out some new episode for you all. We have some great guests coming up. Some new perspectives on the bachelorette. So i hope you're tuning into that. And of course whatever else is happening in the world of pop culture in this episode. I talked to carly from the to be influenced podcast. And we talk about the charlie. And dixie demilio situation with that scandalous youtube video and a lot has broken since we recorded on wednesday. James charles tweeted in support of the sisters and then got a lot of backlash from that tricia. Pd's michael mad at james for all of this situation on tiktok. It was a whole mess. And charlie and dixie shared that they were getting mike death threats which obviously is absolutely unreasonable and not warranted at all like they were being a little bit bratty. It does not mean that they should get any form like online harassment. Just two girls talking. Shit on a podcast. That's that is about. All they should get. And then charlie lost over a million tiktok followers so she was on nine point five million then she went down to ninety eight point five million but has since reached ninety nine million again so all is right in the world anyways. I think this episode is really great. Let's bring in carly from the to be influenced podcast. I'm back with a very special guest carly from the to be influenced. Podcast carly how are you. I am so good. How are you doing a good I'm so happy that we gotta talk again. It's been since july since the last time we spoke. Yeah it's it's definitely been while we've been. I mean if you listen to my last episode. You know my bachelor junkie. So we've been a little dry on the bachelor seen what we're back and we're ready to talk about that and some other things so excited. I'm very happy to be here. Thank you for having. Yeah thanks for joining me a gun. So yeah as carly alluded to. We're going to talk about bachelor. Which he's been talking about on her own podcast and dancing with the stars and grey's anatomy and some tiktok t which i love. I'm so excited to dive into that. Because on your podcast you talk to a lot of like different types of influencers..

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"dixie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dixie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Okay let's let's get off this virus single twelve deep crack in the numbers and let you know what's going on but the cancel culture is still alive and well we haven't talked about that for all of a day or two and the latest my favorite cancel culture it is about the Dixie chicks to do here you hear about the Dixie chicks they have decided to drop the name Dixie from Dixie chicks and I'm not exactly sure why because of all barely I mean so they're just called checks which isn't that you can't go around calling women Hey Jack HX I'll tell you what I saw there's really nice check no you can't do that that's the meaning but they have now decided to call themselves the checks and remember when they got in the controversy seventeen years ago hello I don't know they are deadly.

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"dixie" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"dixie" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Marked my grandma Dixie she was she was absolutely frugal that everything nothing is worth throwing out it can always be repurposed or you could sell or trade it was somebody you don't throw things away you throw garbage away can I just pull the car over for a moment to celebrate the name Dixie yeah that's a great name she married my grandfather his name was Dickerson yes it was Dickerson Clarence that is great I am right it is the there is a story that came out today incomes fell in March clearly I mean the U. S. incomes fell in March not as much as spending so the savings rate is at its highest level in forty years and that was for the month of March one of the things we've been saying is you know the number the economic numbers there's a bit of a lag to them so we're seeing things for March I mean that the report yesterday that the economy had dropped four point eight percent in the first quarter is is significant but it's not anywhere close to what it's going to be for the second quarter of this year that's another one of those things savings rate has jumped to its highest level in thirty nine years and that's just for the month of March more than three point eight million that laid off workers applied for unemployment benefits last week we are learning roughly thirty point three million people have now filed for unemployment in the past six weeks more people than lead then that the people who live in New York and Chicago combined more than one in six American workers has filed for unemployment I don't I don't know where we go I mean this is this is the video every week that we go by under the conditions that were in it feels like it's going to take months to get out of just that one week of of economic downturn yeah because here's the thing when we are back open for business everyone's open for business there are some businesses that will not have anything left to re open with their old jobs will not be there to go back to right now there are other places that are hiring and there are other companies that are doing well a friend works at and a cosco and said that every single day in the last five weeks they've been setting records not just records for like of a Tuesday in March but setting records for a day ever like Christmas week style shopping every single day there are gonna be a lot of people who don't get to go back to their choice of profession they're gonna have to be doing different things you know we spent some time talking about that the next generation and it seems like they're looking for the perfect job right not no jobs to move up and and and just make ends meet but the perfect job that may go by the wayside because and I don't know if it's just a it's a sign that we've had it as easy as we have yeah last I don't know forty fifty years that we've been able to I mean you and I for example have been able to choose which profession we wanted to go into and to actually do it and it's not glamorous early on everybody knows that you know you work in radio and TV you're going to be moving around and you're gonna be living out your card to some degree and and even in a place like LA I mean we've had experiences where heard the stories that we would tell each other would not be appropriate for about the things we've had to go through just to get I mean just to survive in LA I suppose I mean yeah I don't believe you had to do that well that wasn't right of him you must we talk about something else but there aren't listed there in all of this there is some good news we'll talk about Gavin Newsom and the potential plan he hasn't made it official although it looks like all signs are pointing to this I just remember when you had to work those overnights yeah you know I never used never mind as you say butter is not a good massage oil but it I mean it it it fits all say that their governors ex governor is expected to in order in place that would be effective tomorrow to close all state parks and beaches all beaches yeah let's talk about that we weren't losing their mind go on Twitter right now because I I put on Twitter the pictures that one of them is from the Newport beach police department helicopter I think those are different parts of the beach they're the exact same part of the beach really yeah the pier that's in the box in the Newport beach helicopter shot is the pier from which the Orange County register took their photo I see where I'm at okay so go online and get in you'll see on Twitter at Gary Indiana you'll see the two pictures there and you get to decide they're taking an hour apart so I they're not it's not an exact match but it can be deceiving how far apart people were on those beaches and end the people who are there in person to enforce the rules of social distancing the police the fire department the the lifeguards they all said the vast majority of people were respecting the six foot space role right there in the sunshine and the wind is blowing I don't know how they're going to enforce this if the cities are at odds with the governor we'll talk about it Gary and Shannon will continue Layla Mohammed.

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"dixie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"dixie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's been a few Christmases and Dixie sure enough and as there's another one that I was in meridian yeah we get ours we're gonna country station in and then there we had all the Christmas songs about a time Christians over your gallery is already right that one right there there Christmas in Dixie that was one of those that was kind of a dark time in my life you know bad things going on and that's one of those songs ever come out just for the is there any sharp objects in here as one of those deals but Dany him good to have you with us in Americus miss each and everyone of the ins yeah I'm Tombigbee and four as Steve summers that and then I don't know if if Steve and they had this with you share this with your not it's a neat little love story from the CD L. life dot com and is this some tractors or in mid treated to a free meal by an anonymous well wisher after they had some weather left him stuck out in a row this was I guess is was last Friday it was a heavy a heavy winter winter storm forced officials to close highway three dozens of truck drivers found themselves stuck at the A. N. W. in Princeton British Columbia this was on December twenty not tell you what now granite you don't want to be stuck anywhere but if I'm gonna be stuck somewhere in AT and Debbie is open hot dog no pun intended I'm fine with that Chile on that hot dog to Chile and the and the Papa burger is unbelievable in all the root beer you can stand she stop it now the way this is back on his perch what yeah the staff at the A. W. say that the one person stepped up two it shows stranded truckers as some love they called the store and they purchased a two hundred dollar gift card to be used to pay for the meals of these drivers who were stranded well indeed the gift card it was used to purchase meals for drivers all Friday night and it's still had money left on it Saturday morning when the road again which was highway three in Princeton British Columbia one that road re opened and the drivers were they were able to to move on one of the drivers who benefited from this gift card was mark her he told that global news ana is added as global news is that a I am a to news agency escaped out all right says it was amazing when you're a driver you're used to the fact that you can get stranded somewhere so for something like that to happen they go such a long way now the other drivers were just blown away by this amazing act of kindness no doubt okay I know it's it's a in Debbie a it's that that that is like such a fine gesture and verve especially you haven't yes time yeah well if it was to the twentieth of December the but in its nothing real spectacular one person took it upon themselves he knew these these drivers were stuck out there on the highway three and he he knew the N. W. was open any that's do you actually you know want is throughout the year you'll and I room you'll you'll see stories similar to this one these acts of kindness and people the a fact I know every year and forgive me every year there is and award given down at Matt's MidAmerica truck show in local for an incline is that is I know somebody's gonna be able to help me you know what I'm talking about when some and angel some highway angel maybe somebody is chosen every year and there are awarded for their to be heroic act add humanitarian that whatever and that but stories like this this just happens to have happened this happens to have happened that's a tough one and right around Christmas but they happen throughout throughout the year if you if you look around you'll find them there it and and happens on more than you might think but that work but really I seriously out we wouldn't now it wouldn't bother me if I gather be stranded part of me at the a and W. I got no problem with that I really don't but anyway the queue to cute hearing centers dot com Lester line it numbers eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five now hold there's not a B. that could be a whole lot of what do you call a White Christmas around very in fact if you if you'll bear with me I wonder I'm bringing up the right chest if you if you want to if you want every at least a shot at a White Christmas if you can if you can manage a flight like in the next few minutes or so you can head out to hand out to Denver or just west of Denver the little further west is to east and central at Utah all right I have to the panhandle Utah van and or the or even a up in what parts of Wyoming south central Wyoming they're getting some some of that wintry precipitation all right so there you go but for the most most of the country it's a nice I mean here locally today we're one of the first at like sixty and I've yeah that's right crank Yankers right I love that cat but in that you know what I'm gonna go out on a limb here with the the and a lot of a lot of a lot of locations have an unseasonably warm you know Christmas day in a cat Jax what do a global warming it happens all right if you if you listen and read in the back lot places a at was the warmest Christmas we had we've had in like sixty five years well sixty five years ago or they say and you know you know you know those people that you know it does you know people I'm talking about all right but anyway Hey you have big red I want you to hang in there got promise I'm gonna get this right now when you come in and switch to T. mobile you get the amazing iPhone eleven pro on us iPhone tennis traded aren't these mountains majestic joke are you even looking I'm posting these amazing pics I took with my iPhone Levin pro it has three cameras whoa those picks are amazing and you have service to T. mobile their new single goes farther than ever before then you can look up whether these are bear tracks right where we can just run going.

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"dixie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"dixie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hello turn to twenty here in the east coast on Christmas morning thank you Dixie I am back Dixie's here and souls rob if you want to join us making a foursome you bring the deck of cards I will give you the phone numbers to give us a call six one seven two five four ten thirty or toll free if you are calling from outside of the greater Boston area are you going to do is call in eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty it would seem lines are open you can do imitations of cartoon characters you can pose as a sober person all right I am you can call in and tell us just how you feel about professional football our historical ships socialist something Shoshanna how to dial the phone and be on good behavior okay I have a small Christmas kind of story all right back to you kind of Christmas story okay I was an only child I was too and I was spoiled I was too I wasn't spoiled rotten but I was I was pretty much spoiled and the in my house which was on a lake like Chicago the band jogar Giovanna manga gogue essential Massachusetts my mother was very crafty person and sell Christmas morning Christmas Eve night our living room was barren of presents nothing there you couldn't find a prison if you had a sharper guy okay game so now this is what I am five six seven eight years old but in the morning all the presents were there lots of presents maybe too many presence but there were lots of presents you never such thing as too many here sometimes there are sometimes it is but anyway what she did was that we had a so far a couch that opened up from the bottom made it a bit made it a bad but very seldom did we use that part of the couch but if you open up the couch inside of it there was a big space force stuff and so presence could be put there and kept there for long periods of time at least overnight without a silly little child finding them because he would have no reason to go into that part of the couch so that's how they got all that stuff handy enough to just in two minutes they could take it all from the couch and put it out there and they were done but it was that's the way they did it most of the time and then you said okay mom what are you going to do next year let go went on for a long time I didn't I was in in amazement of the presence so I didn't go looking form so he ready take a phone call there is a phone call right here all right good one occurs here he a fix for you you're so great on the radio Morgan your fantastic on the radio of course which is supposed to be sleeping for your gigs for the rest of the week I am you know it's a it's been a very busy stretch we had parties every day and I actually have one tomorrow night at seven o'clock and then Thursday night and Friday night and then back to brothers we're on a stretch but January will be able to relax you mean Tamara you mean later today yeah okay Christmas night seven o'clock hiring it's a chain seniors that make them happy and give them a jolly Chris you're not gonna have time enough to open up your own presence we'll have plenty of that we got all day till we don't to leave until six hiring but but yeah I just wanted to wish you both a merry Christmas same to you and and bow to and everybody else in your group yeah thank you so much maybe this summer you can play golf football yeah that's if I can play golf at all that's Dixie's world I have not ever swing a golf club in anger I have plenty of time Morgan we did this this in twenty twenty we want to go to no name restaurant with you for a great meal all right the we have fond fond memories of when Nick was there yeah we stick to we used to go in after a trips on the problems found boat we would the people would say what do you guys doing tonight we're say we've used to say we're going to the no name restaurant like fifty or sixty people would come with us it would be amazing was commercial it was you know at the end of the trip would would get to rose wharf and would get off no long wharf and we're getting up to say goodbye and we tell everyone were on the way that no name restaurant and by golly every night people would come with us then again I'm big bass and go to the no name if we have a bus who were taken him straight number right but Nick liquid so Grady treated us special and MSM been there for awhile I was there winds sits to think no I was it would bill hammy system caring two weeks ago that's great yeah well it's still they still they're still putting out great fish at reasonable prices one eight do not always fun there well listen all the best of both to you for the new year now tell everybody about brothers because give yourself a chance to get a few extra bodies alright well we my my brother beau Winokur myself still Winokur been playing a brother's restaurant in Brookline right on Harvard street we just started our fourth year there and we play there.

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"dixie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"dixie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dixie WCDMA Baltimore and W. C.. major flooding in Texas Lisa Brady Foxy is more than a dozen counties already declared disaster areas as the remnants of tropical depression Imelda swap some of the same areas devastated by hurricane Harvey two years ago. like we got up what we could flash flooding leading to more than a thousand rescues and evacuations trust in the Houston area going to ask people to be criticized yeah. Houston mayor Sylvester Turner urging people to stay put for now even if it looks like the rain is subsiding house Democrats say key lawmakers are being blocked from seeing a whistle blower complaint against the president thanks Jerry helper is live on Capitol Hill the house Judiciary Committee chairman Democrat Adam Schiff says the director of national intelligence is refusing to hand over a complaint made by a whistle blower that the department's inspector general describes as an urgent concern we do not have the complaint. we do not know whether the press reports are accurate or inaccurate about the contents of that complaint mischief and other committee members met behind closed doors with the inspector general a report in The Washington Post says the complaint involves a promise president trump made to a foreign leader during a phone call the president is called that story fake news listening time share the acting director of national intelligence is expected to testify publicly next week one thing lawmakers agree on short term spending to avoid a government shutdown in less than two weeks the house giving overwhelming approval to a stop gap bill today it's expected to get a Senate vote next week a federal judge it just siding with the trump campaigns request to hold a California law aimed at forcing the president to release his tax returns California is expected to appeal this as the president of fights.

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"dixie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"dixie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Drop in today's there's main you she Dixie there's no you can't take me away from my there to no find a then do stuff on a day and have them drop me my do no no then do step playing and have them drop me they did I.

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"dixie" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"dixie" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Like this. Imo. Thing. Me. You don't. Oh, hey. Stopping by plane through Dixie with.

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"dixie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dixie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dotes Dixie. But sixties biggest platform was the southern football stadium and nowhere more prominently than the university of Mississippi, and it's pride of the south marching band. My name is Chris Pressley, and I was major for the pride of the south marching band. Ole miss my first two years, I was playing Dixie with the marching band, and then my last few years I was conducting the zone. Chris Pressley is African American and he says despite the song's divisive history during games Dixie could become a unifying out them. Even though the song divided meaning people I still saw everyone holding up their pompoms, especially when we were winning during the song of Dixie how how many times would it be played in the course of a game. Oh, goodness. It really just depends on the football team during that game. You know, if we were winning maybe twenty times the band continued playing Dixie until two years ago when the school finally stopped using it. I have always loved the song Dixie that's jazz singer Renee, Marie as a black person. I knew that it was like, no you you cannot sing the song. Because. Dixie rene. But I thought this is song just about somebody who wishes they were back in their hometown. In the south. I can identify with that. And so she sang it for the first time in Richmond in Dixie. Take master. And. In Dixie Marissa's,.

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"dixie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"dixie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Notes of Dixie. But dixies biggest platform was the southern football stadium and nowhere more prominently and the university of Mississippi, and it's pride of the south marching band. My name is Chris presi, and I was the Germania for the pride of the south marching band. Ole miss my first two years, I was playing Dixie with the marching band, and then my last few years I was conducting the zone. Chris Perez league is African American and he says despite the song's divisive history during games Dixie could become a unified anthem even though the song divided meaning people I still saw everyone holding up their pompoms, especially when we were winning during the song of Dixie how how many times would it be played in the crisper game. Oh, goodness. A really just depends on the football team during that game. You know, if we were winning maybe twenty times the band continued playing Dixie until two years ago when the school finally stopped using it. I have always loved the song Dixie that's jazz singer Renee, Marie as a black person. I knew that it was like, no, you you cannot sing the song because it's Dixie Rene. But I thought this is song just about somebody who wishes they were back in their hometown. In the south. I can identify with that. And so she sang it for the first time in Richmond in Dixie. My. In DC Marissa's.

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