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"duke  sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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10:09 min | 1 year ago

"duke sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Vision specifically. Yeah. Yeah. So, uh, I've had diarrhea all day. Oh, that's no bueno, the molasses of the back of the back. So, uh, yeah, It would be nice as if to hear a story about molasses. Well, that's good news, Chris, because I have just the story for you. Well, that's good, because we are the history boys. I'm Chris. I'm Tyler. We're at Tyler Tyler is here and And Duke Duke. Yes, I guess I could be Duke Duke Duke Sanchez. I am Jerry Nash. And Zach, of course, is on audio V s via satellite in this remote bunker. Several stories underneath the crust of the the United States. That's nice. Yeah, Get out safe from molasses. Certainly safe from Well, I mean it once. I think it did happen to get molasses down there. You're not getting it out, though. You know You're not gonna pump that stuff. You just gotta you're going to have to abandon the bunker. Exactly. I find a new bunker. It's a sweet, sticky grave. Luckily, we built that separate Molasses tunnel for him to escape out of in the case that molasses pours down into the bunker. We got an engraved sign form and everything. This is in case of molasses Leave here. Yeah, and I didn't even know about the molasses flood at the time. I barely know anything about it now. Well, there you go. Good. I didn't do the research. I know Jerry. Tell us a story about molasses. I'm glad I'm glad you want to hear about how? Oh yeah. Well, you know, not many people are familiar with the great Boston molasses flood of 1919 the the fatally tragic events that happened 100 years ago. Every time I learned, the more I learn about this The more I'm like they like It's like they're like we're trying to tell you. It's tragic. It's not hilarious. It does. It's not something that was like made up for, like an old timey cartoon. But then, in my research, I heard that one of its nicknames is legitimately. The great molasses occur. Degree. You kidding? The great Boston molasses occur of 1919 not there's a No, It's calling the media. That's its primary source. They did not call it the molasses occur. They called the molasses. Really, I wouldn't have I was, I think, 2020. What is it? Uh 117 people injured 21 dead. That's um Alaska. If you ask me, that's something I did not attention. Citations are being all right. All right. I'm not gonna check those said it was not in dark tide, which is a fantastic book. It was in the Boston molasses disaster causes of the molasses tank explosion. Spoiler alert. By Erik Heinrichs. Unknown Uh there you go. Not not our primary released in Tora in this episode, but I think worth shouting out anyway. Yeah, this a giant Tank that stored a lot of molasses basically burst in Boston's North End neighborhood on January 15 1919. And destroyed completely destroyed the neighborhood. It's I literally think at the time, they said, there goes the neighborhood and they meant it tonight. Not just a little back and back then they everyone talked with like the old timey voice. Oh, no. There goes the neighborhood. There goes my molasses boy. Wow! Trust at it. It's done. Yeah, well, that molasses is all over me. Yeah. Raspberries, my sweet boys drowning molasses again. Who's gonna run the factory when I get too old, Uh, just to give a little bit of perspective and to have big the molasses tank was we're going to talk about every not there yet. We're not there. Sorry. We're not there yet. First, I want to talk about too much research reason. Too much research that I don't want to flexible. But can't you be more like me? No research. I feel like there's a happy middle. There is there is A couple of things about molasses before we get to the actual tank. Here we go. Oh, oh, boy. Well last this is a non Newtonian substance, meaning that force has to be applied to it in order for it to move like it's not water like It doesn't just run everywhere. It's like toothpaste er, ketchup like you have to, like, Hit the bottle for the ketchup kind viscosity. Yeah, yeah. Famously high for Scott City. Yes, indeed. So considering this physical property, molasses would be far more deadly than just a giant wave of water and swimming in it is Impossible. Not with that attitude to could you imagine if it was a non nuclear ian liquid? Uh, that would be well, that would be even worse. That would be pretty cool. So not only is molasses used for like syrup and sweeteners. It is used for booze and barbecue sauce, Ammunition or hell. Yeah, well well at the its main well, its main Saying that people used it for was distilling it down into alcohol and the alcohol. Instead of making Rome out of it, they would make munitions or fuel and in this case That's what they're doing. There were distilling it down and and making using it from munitions well, and a couple other things is it is a diabetic sweetener. You can add it to things if you are a diabetic, and it won't in fact won't affect your insulin levels. True, it's 100%. True. It's all that is amazing High in potassium, and I think it's high in something else. Probably deliciousness. It's sweet. It is not delicious. I mean, it's disgusting. What about like molasses? Your opinion? Gross. And also I mean, you had some tomatoes to s burger sauce. That's all I care. I mean, Barn ingredient. Just barbecue sauce. Um, you know, that's what we're talking about. The longer I was gingerbread. No, thank you. It was a great Boston barbecue sauce. For all that mean, delicious. So good. Everybody be like dipping the ribs in it. Yeah, I felt the window. My son was crushed under a 35 mile an hour wave of barbecue sauce, but it's so delicious. But at the funeral, he tasted delicious. Jesus. We're not joking about about the heroism. I'm joking about the fictional victims of the barbecue would never 1919. It was a rough year for Northern Foster. Yes, it was pretty bad. So during this time, prohibition had not taken effect just yet. At the time the tank was built. We're just entering World War one, and they kind of rushed building it. Because of the war, and there was like munitions. Yeah, well, there was like a big tanker of molasses coming in, like, got to build it Gotta get it done, You know, to get this tanker in here and so they cut a lot of corners. They use this tank to pre munitions. Yes, yes, This is the main use for The molasses in this tank was to distill down into alcohol for ammunition. I do like that. At this point in time, the United States wasn't involved in World War one. So they want to. We had declared war. Okay, And this is 1915 when the tank was built, okay, and they rushed it to To build ammunitions and whatnot for the for the war effort. Crunch existed even back then fortunes were made on molasses like, but a sweet way to make a buck. Gentlemen, just gonna be rubbing Darren. Oh, there is a molasses spirit. We'll talk about that. Where's the linens? Still, if I call him a barren like a fedora, and he's like you understand. When you run the molasses game, there's only one way to go. That's similar. He's running town, you know? Oh, yeah. So the United States industrial alcohol Company or U S. I a As it was known, was the alcohol distilling company that owned this tank, the company that had the actual tank. Um there was under the umbrella of the U S. I A was the purity distilling company, and that's the one that was in Boston and, Yeah, they looked after the tank and pumping, pumping it full of molasses and then taking a pipeline straight from the tank to the factory That was nearby. So it's like a It was a good place to build it because the factory was right there, so you didn't really have to transport it. Yeah, right. That's what they wanted it right there. Now. Those long molasses pipelines, right? The thing was, though, is where they built. It is it was in a very congested poor neighborhood at the time in Boston. Where a lot of Italian immigrants lived. A lot of Jewish immigrants lived and it was a very working class area. Everybody knew everybody. Neighbors cared about each other over there, so This was this is a tight knit poor community that this was every every spring. They have this spring festival underneath the molasses that they'd like instead of a maypole it This is the vat. Yeah, Yeah, Like I ribbons around it. The molasses vets the mask out of the city. Yeah, uh, Look at it shining and proud. Yeah. It's just full of old. It's like I mean, it's like concentrated sweet old time mean. Yeah, glasses. Yeah, and people would spread up. Just eat molasses back then they rose molest like kids. The molasses tank that they did build was 50 FT. High. 90 ft in diameter. And could hold an astonishing 2.3 Million gallons of molasses. A couple gallons that £24 million of Malala. Sweet, sweet black gold. Texas tea, Uh, Texas Key. What isn't it? That's a lot of tea party That's oil. Yes, you know, potato potato Mhm. So is the clear molests the superior molasses. Clear molasses is what's called first Molasses. It's.

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"duke  sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

09:57 min | 1 year ago

"duke sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So, uh, have a diary all day. Oh, that's not Buenos, The molasses of the back of the back. So, uh, yeah, it would be nice as if to hear a story about molasses. Well, that's good news, Chris, because I have just the story for you. Well, that's good, because we are the history boys. I'm Chris. I'm Tyler at Tyler Tyler's here and and Duke Duke. Yeah, I guess I could be Duke Duke Duke Sanchez. I am Terry Nash. And Zach, of course, is on audio via via satellite in this remote bunker. Several stories underneath the crest of the the United States. That's nice. Yeah, looking at safe from molasses. Certainly safe. Well, I mean, it wants If it did happen to get molasses down there. You're not getting it out, though. You know You're not gonna pump that stuff. You just gotta you're going to have to abandon the bunker. Exactly. Find a new bunker. It's a sweet, sticky grave. Luckily, we built that separate Molasses tunnel for him to escape out of in the case that molasses pours down into the bunker. We got an engraved sign form and everything that says in case of molasses leave here. Yeah, and I didn't even know about the molasses flood at the time. I barely know anything about it now. Well, there you go. Good. I didn't do the research. I know Jerry. Tell us a story about molasses. I'm glad I'm glad you want to hear now. Oh, yeah. Well, you know, not many people are familiar with the great Boston molasses flood of 1919 the the fatally tragic events that happened 100 years ago. Every time I learned, the more I learn about this The more I'm like the like. It's like they're like we're trying to tell you. It's tragic. It's not hilarious. It does. It's not something that was like made up for, like an old timey cartoon. But then, in my research, I heard that one of its nicknames is legitimately. The great molasses occur degree. You kidding? The great Boston Molasses. 1919 did not not calling them a Wikipedia. That's its primary sources. They did not call it the molasses. They called the molasses. Really, I would if I was, I think, 2020. What is it? Uh 117 people injured 21 dead. That's um Alaska. If you ask me, that's something I did not station citations are being alright. Alright. I'm not going to check those states. It was not in dark tide, which is a fantastic book. It was in the Boston molasses disaster causes of the molasses tank explosion. Spoiler alert by Erik Heinrichs. Unknown Uh, there you go. Not not our primaries released in Tora in this episode, but I think worth shouting out anyway. Yes, this a giant Tank that stored a lot of molasses basically burst in Boston's North End neighborhood on January 15 1919. And destroyed completely destroyed the neighborhood. It's I literally think at the time, they said, there goes the neighborhood and they meant it. Not just a little bit and back then they everyone talked with like the old timey voice. Oh, no. There goes the neighborhood. There goes my molasses boy. Wow. Trusted at it. It's done nothing. Yeah, well, Molasses is all over me. Yeah. Raspberries, My sweet boys drowning molest. Oh, again, Who's going to run the factory when I get too old? Um, just to give a little bit of perspective into how big the molasses tank was. We're going to talk about every not there yet. We're not there. We're not there yet. First, I want to talk about too much research into much research. And I don't want to flexible. But can't you be more like me? No research. I feel like there's a happy middle. There is there is A couple of things about molasses before we get to the actual tank. Here we go. Oh oh, boy. Molasses is a non Newtonian substance, meaning that force has to be applied to it in order for it to move like it's not water like It doesn't just run everywhere. It's like toothpaste er, ketchup like you have to, like, hit the bottle for the ketchup to discuss it. Yeah, yeah. Famously high for Scott. Yes, indeed. So considering this physical property, molasses would be far more deadly than just a giant wave of water and swimming in it is Impossible. Not with that attitude to could you imagine if it was a non Euclidean liquid? Uh, that would be well, that would be even worse. Sounded pretty cool. So not only is molasses used for like syrup and sweeteners, it is used for booze and barbecue sauce. Ammunitions. Hell, yeah, well well at its main, well, its main Thing that people used it for was distilling it down into alcohol and the alcohol. Instead of making Rome out of it, they would make munitions or fuel and in this case That's what they're doing. There were distilling it down and and making using it from munitions well, and a couple other things is it is a diabetic sweetener. You can add it to things if you are a diabetic, and it won't in fact one affect your insulin levels. True, it's 100%. True. It's all that is amazing. High in potassium. And I think it's high and something else. Probably deliciousness. Sweet. It is not delicious. I mean, it's disgusting. What about like molasses cuts your opinion? Gross. And also I mean, you had some tomatoes two is burning your sauce. That's all I care. I mean, barbed ingredient. Just barbecue sauce. Um, you know, that's what we're talking about. Gingerbread. No, thank you. It was a great Boston barbecue sauce for that means delicious. Yeah. So good. Everybody be like dipping the ribs in it. Yeah. It was felt the window. My son was crushed under a 35 mile an hour wave of barbecue sauce, but it's so delicious, but at the funeral, he tasted delicious. We're not joking about about the heroism. I'm joking about the fictional victims of the barbecue. Oh, never speak ill. It was a rough year for Northern Boston. Yes, it was. It was pretty bad. So during this time, prohibition had not taken effect just yet. At the time the tank was built. We are just entering World War one, and they kind of rushed building it. Because of the war, and there was like munitions. Yeah, well, there was like a big tanker of molasses coming in, like, got to build it Gotta get it done, You know, to get this tanker in here and so they cut a lot of corners. They use this tank to for ammunitions. Yes, Yes, This is the main use for the molasses in this tank was to distill down into alcohol for munitions. I do like that. At this point in time, the United States wasn't involved in World War one. So they don't know. We had declared war when this is 1915 when the tank was built, okay, and they rushed it to to build ammunitions And what not for the for the war effort. Crunch existed even back then fortunes were made on molasses. Like what a sweet way to make a buck. Gentlemen, I'm just gonna be rubbing Baron. Oh, there is a molasses very well. We'll talk about that. I don't know if I call him a barren like a fedora, and he's like you understand. When you run the molasses game, there's only one way to go. That's similarities. He's running town, you know? Oh, yeah. So the United States industrial alcohol Company or U S. I. A, as it was known, was the alcohol distilling company that owned this tank, the company that had the actual tank. Um there was under the umbrella of the U. S. A. Was the purity distilling company, and that's the one that was in Boston and, Yeah, they looked after the tank and pumping, pumping it full of molasses. And then taking a pipeline straight from the tank to the factory That was nearby. So it was like a It was a good place to build it because the factory was right there, so you didn't really have to transport it. Yeah, right. That's what they wanted it right there of those long molasses pipelines, right? The thing was, though, is where they built. It is it was in a very congested poor neighborhood at the time in Boston. Where a lot of Italian immigrants lived. A lot of Jewish immigrants lived and it was very working class area. Everybody knew everybody. Neighbors cared about each other over there, so This was this was a titan it poor community that this was every every spring that have the spring Festival underneath the molasses vat they like instead of a maple, that this is the vat. Yeah, Yeah. Like ribbons around it. The glasses, vets the mask out of the city. Yeah, uh, Look at it shining and proud. Yeah, it's just full of old. It's like I mean, it's like concentrated sweet old timey. Yeah, glasses. Yeah, and people would spread up. Just eat molasses back Then they drove molasses like kids. The molasses think that they did build was 50 ft. High. 90 ft in diameter. Big boy and could hold an astonishing 2.3 Million gallons of molasses. A couple gallons that £24 Million of Sweet, Sweet black gold. Texas tea. Uh, Texas Tea? What isn't it? That's a lot of tea party That's oil. Yes, you know, potato potato Mhm. So is the clear molests.

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"duke  sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"duke sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"S O have diarrhea all day. Oh, that's no blind us The molasses of the back of the bank. So yeah, you know, it would be nice is if to hear a story about molasses. Well, that's good news, Chris, because I have just the story for you. Well, that's good, because we're the history boys. I'm Chris. Yeah. Tyler Tyler's here and and Duke Duke. Yeah, I guess I could be Duke Duke Duke Sanchez. I am Jerry Nash. And Zach, of course, is on audio obvious via satellite in this remote bunker. Several stories underneath the crust of the United States that Yeah, safe from molasses certainly say from what he wants. If it did happen to get molasses down there. You're not getting it out, though. Yeah. You're not gonna pump that stuff. You just gotta you're gonna have to abandon the bunker. We'll find a new bunker. It's a sweet, sticky grave. Luckily, we built that separate Molasses tunnel for him to escape out of in the case that molasses pours down into the bunker We got in the grave sign form and everything. This is in case of molasses Leave here. I didn't even know about the molasses flood of the time. Barely know anything about it now. Well, there you good. I didn't do the research. I know Jerry. Tell us a story about molasses. I'm glad I'm glad you want to hear now. You know, not many people are familiar with the great Boston molasses flood of 1919 the fatally tragic events that happened 100 years ago. Every time I learned, the more I learn about this The more I'm like, like it's like they're like we're trying to tell you. It's tragic. It's not hilarious. It does. It's not something that was like made up for, like an old timey cartoon. But then, in my research, I heard that one of its nicknames is legitimately. The great molasses occur. They are You kidding? The great Boston Molasses occur of 1919. 18 isn't nonsense from Olympia. That zit primary source. They did not call it. The molasses occur. They called the molasses. Really? I would have if I was, I think. 2020. What is it? Uh, 117 people injured 21 dead. That's um Alaska if you ask me That's something I did not mention citations. Bada Bing. Bada boom. All right. I'm not gonna check those. It was not in dark tide, which is a fantastic book. It was in the Boston molasses disaster causes. Of the molasses tank explosion. Spoiler alert by Eric Hendrickson. There you go. Not not our primary sorely story in this episode, not worth shouting out anyway. Yeah, this a giant tank. That's stored. A lot of molasses basically burst in Boston's North End neighborhood on January 15th 1919. Destroyed completely destroyed the neighborhood. Yeah, it's I literally think of the time they said there goes the neighborhood and they meant it Frantic tonight on just a little bit and back then they everyone talked with like the old timey voice. Oh, no. There goes. There goes my molasses boy. Do the Charleston and it's done. Yeah. Well on the last. This is all over May raspberries, my sweet boys driving them. Alas, again, who's gonna run the factory when I get too old, huh? Just to give a little bit of perspective and have big the molasses tank. What we're gonna talk about not there yet. But we're not there. We're not there yet. First I wanna talk about it too much. Too much research. Wanna flex? Can't you be more like me? No research. I feel like there's a happy middle. There is there is A couple of things about molasses before we get to the actual tank. Here we go. Oh ho ho Boy. Molasses is a non Newtonian substance, meaning that force has to be applied to it in order for it to move like it's not water like It doesn't just run everywhere. It's like toothpaste er, ketchup like you have to, like, Hit the bottle for the ketchup. Kind. Viscosity. Yeah. Famously high. Frisk us. Yes, indeed. So considering this physical property, molasses would be far more deadly than just a giant wave of water and swimming in it is Impossible. Not with that attitude. You matter if it was a non Euclidean liquid, that would be well, that would be even more sounded pretty cool. So not only is molasses used for like syrups and sweeteners. It is used for booze and barbecue sauce. Ammunition. All hell Yeah, well, main well, it's Maine. Thing that people used it for was distilling it down into alcohol and the alcohol instead of making room out of it, they would make munitions or fuel and in this case That's what they're doing. There were distilling it down and making using it from munitions well, and a couple other things is it is a diabetic sweetener. You can add it to things if you are diabetic, and it won't in fact one affect your insulin levels. True, it's 100%. True. It's all that was amazing. High in potassium. And I think it's high and something else. Probably deliciousness and sweet. It is not delicious. I mean, it's disgusting. What about like molasses? Got your opinion? Gross. And also, I mean, you had some tomatoes to its burning sauce. That's all I care. I mean Barn ingredients. Just barbecue sauce. I know that's what we're talking about. Love gingerbread. No, thank you. But it was the great Boston Barbecue sauce. Fun. Would that be delicious? So good, Everybody be like dipping the ribs and it out the window. My son was crushed under 35 Mile an hour wave of barbecue sauce, but it's so delicious, but it didnt funeral. He tasted delicious way. We're not joking about about the heroism. I'm joking about the fictional victims of the barbecue. Studio. It was a rough year for Northern books. Yes, it was pretty bad. So during this time, prohibition had not taken effect just yet. At the time the tank was built. We're just entering World War one. And they kind of rushed building it. Because of the war and communications. Yeah, well, there was like a big tanker of molasses coming in, like, Gotta build it. You've got to get it done, You know, to get this tanker in here and so they cut a lot of corners. They used this tank toe for munitions. Yes, This is the main use for The molasses in this tank was to distill down into alcohol for munitions. I do like that. At this point in time, the United States wasn't involved in World War one. No, no. No way had declared war when this is 1915 when the tank was built, okay, and they rushed it to T O build up munitions and whatnot for the for the war effort. Crunch existed even back then fortunes were made on molasses like, but a sweet way to make a buck. Gentlemen. Just gonna be Robin Baron. Oh, there is a molasses very well. We'll talk about that You were so then don't call him a fedora. And he's like you understand. When you run the molasses game, there's only one way to go. That's the molasses. You guys run in town, you know? Oh, yeah. So the United States industrial alcohol Company or U. S, A, as it was known, was the alcohol distilling company that owned this tank. The companies that have the actual tank there was under the umbrella of the USA was the purity distilling company, and that's the one that was in Boston. And, Yeah, they looked after the tank and pumping, pumping it full of molasses and then taking a pipeline straight from the tank to the factory That was nearby. So I was like it was a good place to build it because the factory was right there, so you didn't really have to transport it, right? That's what they wanted it right there. Now. Those long molasses pipelines, right The thing was, though, is where they built. It is there was in a very congested poor neighborhood at the time in Boston. Where a lot of Italian immigrants lived. A lot of Jewish immigrants lived and it was a very working class area. Everybody knew everybody. Neighbors cared about each other over there, so This was this was a tight knit poor community that this was every every spring. They have the spring Festival underneath the molasses that they'd like maple. This is of that ribbons around. It blesses. That's the mask out of the city. Yeah. Look at it shining and proud. It's just full of old. It's like I mean, it's like concentrated sweet, old timey glasses. Yeah, and people would straight up. Just eat molasses back then they rose molasses like kids. The glasses tank that they did build was a 50 ft high. 90 ft in diameter. And could hold an astonishing 2.3 Million gallons of molasses. A couple gallons that's £24 Million of molasses. Sweet Black Gold. Texas tea, Uh, Texas Tea Is that tea party that's oil. Yeah, you know, potato potato was clear. Molasses. The superior glasses Clear. Molasses is what's called First Molasses is.

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"duke  sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"duke sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Night. Yeah. S O have a diary all day. Oh, that's no blind us The molasses of the back of the back seat. Yeah, you know, it would be nice is if to hear a story about molasses. Well, that's good news, Chris, because I have just the story for you. Well, that's good, because we're the history boys. I'm Chris. I'm Tyler. Yeah. Tyler Tyler's here and And Duke Duke. Yeah, I guess I could be Duke. Now. Duke Sanchez. I am Jerry Nash. And Zach, of course, is on audio V s via satellite in this remote bunker. Several stories underneath the crust of the United States that Yeah, safe from molasses certainly say from what he wants. If it did happen to get molasses down there. You're not getting it out. Though. You're not gonna pump that stuff, you just gotta you're gonna have to abandon the bunker. We'll find a new bunker. It's a sweet, sticky grave. Luckily, we built that separate Molasses tunnel for him to escape out of in the case that molasses pours down into the bunker. We got a new grave sign form and everything. This is in case of molasses. Leave here. Yeah, and I didn't even know about the molasses flood of the time. Barely know anything about it now. Well, there you good. I didn't do the research. I know Jerry. Tell us a story about molasses. I'm glad I'm glad you want to hear now. You know, not many people are familiar with the great Boston molasses flood of 1919 the fatally tragic events that happened 100 years ago. Every time I learned, the more I learn about this The more I'm like, like it's like they're like we're trying to tell you. It's tragic. It's not hilarious. It does. It's not something that was like made up for, like an old timey cartoon. But then, in my research, I heard that one of its nicknames is legitimately. The great molasses occur. They are You kidding? The great Boston molasses occur of $1919 from Olympia. That zit primary source. They did not call it the molasses occur. They called the molasses. Really? I would have if I was, I think. 2020. What is it? Uh, 117 people injured 21 dead. That's um Alaska. If you ask me, that's something I did not mention citations. Bada Bing. Bada boom. All right. I'm not gonna check those same take. It was not in dark tide, which is a fantastic book. It was in the Boston molasses disaster causes of the molasses tank explosion. Spoiler alert. By Eric Hendrickson. There you go. Not not our primary, surly reason you're in this episode I think worth shouting out anyway. Yeah, this a giant Tank that stored a lot of molasses basically burst in Boston's North End neighborhood on January 15th 1919. Destroyed completely destroyed the neighborhood. It's I literally think of the time they said there goes the neighborhood and they meant it. Friend acted on just a little bit and back Then they everyone talked with like the old timey voice. There goes there goes my molasses boy. Do the Charleston and it's good. Yeah. Molasses is all over me. Yeah. Raspberries, my sweet boys driving last again. Who's gonna run the factory when I get too old. Oh, uh, just to give a little bit of perspective and have big the molasses tank. What we're gonna talk about Not there yet. Not there. Sorry. We're not there yet. First. I wanna talk about it much respected. Too much research. Wanna flex over 10 should be more like me. No research. I feel like there's a happy middle. There is there is A couple of things about molasses before we get to the actual tank. Here we go. Oh ho ho Boy. Molasses is a non Newtonian substance, meaning that force has to be applied to it in order for it to move like it's not water like It doesn't just run everywhere. It's like toothpaste er, ketchup like you have to, like, Hit the bottle for the ketchup. Kind. Viscosity. Yeah. Famously high for Scott. Yes, indeed. So considering this physical property, molasses would be far more deadly than just a giant wave of water and swimming in it is Impossible. Not with that attitude. You matter if it was a non Euclidean liquid, that would be well, that would be even worse. I'm pretty cool. So not only is molasses used for like syrups and sweeteners. It is used for booze and barbecue sauce. Ammunition. All hell Yeah, well, main well, it's Maine. Thing that people used for was distilling it down into alcohol and the alcohol instead of making room out of it, they would make munitions or fuel and in this case That's what they're doing. There were distilling it down and making using it from munitions well, and a couple other things is it is a diabetic sweetener. You can add it to things if you are diabetic, and it won't in fact one affect your insulin levels. True, it's 100%. True. It's all that was amazed high in potassium, and I think it's high and something else. Probably deliciousness and sweet. It is not delicious. I mean, disgusting. What about like molasses, European and gross and also I mean, you had some tomatoes to it, burning sauce. That's all I care. I mean, Barn ingredient, barbecue sauce. I know that's what we're talking about. Love gingerbread. No, thank you. But it was a great Boston barbecue. So delicious E So good. Everybody be like dipping the ribs in it. Still the window. My son was crushed under 35 Mile an hour wave of barbecue sauce, but it's so delicious, but it didnt funeral. He tasted delicious. In a way. We're not joking about about the heroism. I'm joking about the fictional victims of the barbecue to Gil. It was a rough year for Northern Fox. Yes, it was pretty bad. So during this time, prohibition had not taken effect just yet. At the time the tank was built. We're just entering war one and they kind of rushed building it. Because of the war, and there's like munitions. Yeah, well, there was like a big tanker of molasses coming in, like, Gotta build it. You've got to get it done, You know, to get this tanker in here and so they cut a lot of corners. They used this tank toe for munitions. Yes, yes, This is the main use for The molasses in this tank was to distill down into alcohol for munitions. I do like that. At this point in time, the United States wasn't involved in World war One way had declared war when this was 1915 when the tank was built, okay, and they rushed it, too. Uh, building munitions and whatnot for the for the war effort. Crunch existed even back then fortunes were made on molasses. Like what a sweet way to make a buck. Gentleman just gonna be rubbing Baron. Oh, there is a molasses very well. We'll talk about that You were someone I don't know. But column of a barren like a fedora. And he's like you understand. When you run the molasses game, there's only one way to go. That's the molasses guys run in town, you know? Oh, yeah. So the United States industrial alcohol Company or U. S. A. As it was known, was the alcohol distilling company that owned this tank. The company that had the actual tank there was under the umbrella of the U. S. A. A was the purity distilling company, and that's the one that was in Boston and, Yeah, they looked after the tank and pumping, pumping it full of molasses and then taking a pipeline straight from the tank to the factory That was nearby. So I was like, it was a good place to build it because the factory was right there, So you didn't really have to transport it, right? That's what they wanted it right there. No, those long molasses pipelines, right? The thing was, though, is where they built. It is there was in a very congested poor neighborhood at the time in Boston. Where a lot of Italian immigrants lived. A lot of Jewish immigrants lived and it was a very working class area. Everybody knew everybody. Neighbors cared about each other over there, so This was this was a tight knit poor community that this was every every spring. They have the spring Festival underneath the molasses of that they'd like maple. This is of that ribbons around it. Glasses. That's the mask out of the city. Yeah. Look at it shining and proud. It's just full of old. It's like I mean, it's like concentrated sweet old timey. Yeah, glasses. Yeah, and people would straight up. Just eat molasses back then they rose molest kids. The molasses tank that they did build was a 50 ft high. 90 ft in diameter. And could hold an astonishing 2.3 Million gallons of molasses. A couple gallons that's £24 Million of molasses. Sweet Black Gold. Texas tea, Uh, Texas Tea Is that tea party that's oil. Yeah, you know, potato potato was clear. Molasses. The superior class is clear. Molasses is what's called first Molasses. It.

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Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Had diarrhea all day. Oh, that's no blind us The molasses of the back of the back seat. Yeah, it would be nice is if to hear a story about molasses. Well, that's good news, Chris, because I have just the story for you. Well, that's good, because we're the history boys. I'm Chris. I'm Tyler. We had, uh Tyler Tyler's here and And Duke Duke. Yeah, I guess I could be Duke. Now. Duke Sanchez. I am Jerry Nash. And Zach, of course, is on audio V s via satellite in this remote bunker. Several stories underneath the crust of the United States that Yeah, safe from molasses certainly say from what he wants. If it did happen to get molasses down there. You're not getting it out, though. Yeah. You're not gonna pump that stuff. You just gotta you're gonna have to abandon the bunker Exact. We'll find a new bunker. It's a sweet, sticky grave. Luckily, we built that separate Molasses tunnel for him to escape out of in the case that molasses pours down into the bunker We got in the grave sign form and everything. This is in case of molasses. Leave here. Yeah, I didn't even know about the molasses flood of the time. I barely know anything about it now. Well, there you go. Good. I didn't do the research. I know Jerry. Tell us a story about molasses. I'm glad I'm glad you want to hear now. You know, not many people are familiar with the great Boston molasses flood of 1919 the fatally tragic events that happened 100 years ago. Every time I learned, the more I learn about this The more I'm like, like it's like they're like we're trying to tell you. It's tragic. It's not hilarious. It does. It's not something that was like made up for, like an old timey cartoon. But then, in my research, I heard that one of its nicknames is legitimately. The great molasses occur. They are You kidding? The great Boston molasses Occur of 1919 90 Wikipedia. That zit primary source. They did not call it the molasses occur. They called the molasses. Really? I would have if I was I think. 2020. What is it? Uh, 117 people injured 21 dead. That's um Alaska if you ask me That's something I did not mention citations. Bada Bing bada boom. All right. I'm not gonna check those sites. It was not in dark tide, which is a fantastic book. It was in the Boston molasses disaster causes. Of the molasses tank explosion. Spoiler alert by Eric Hendrickson. There you go. Not not our primaries release the story in this episode, I think worth shouting out anyway. Yeah, this a giant tank. That's stored. A lot of molasses basically burst in Boston's North End neighborhood on January 15th 1919. Destroyed completely destroyed the neighborhood. Yeah, it's I literally think of the time they said there goes the neighborhood and they meant it. Product American on just a little bit. And back Then they everyone talked with like the old timey voice. Oh, no. There goes. There goes my molasses boy trusted and it's done. Yeah, The last years is all over May raspberries, my sweet boys driving less again. Who's gonna run the factory when I get too old, huh? Just to give a little bit of perspective and have big the molasses tank. What we're gonna talk about Not there yet. We're not there. We're not there yet. First. I wanna talk about it. Too much research. Too much research. I want a flexible but can't you be more like me? No research. I feel like there's a happy middle. There is there is A couple of things about molasses before we get to the actual tank. Here we go way. Ho Boy. Molasses is a non Newtonian substance, meaning that force has to be applied to it in order for it to move like it's not water like It doesn't just run everywhere. It's like truth paste er, ketchup like you have to, like, Hit the bottle for the ketchup kind Viscosity? Yeah. Famously high. Frisk us. Yes, indeed. So considering this physical property, molasses would be far more deadly than just a giant wave of water and swimming in it is Impossible. Not with that attitude. You matter if it was a non Euclidean liquid, that would be well, that would be even more sounded pretty cool. So not only is molasses used for like syrups and sweeteners. It is used for booze and barbecue sauce. Ammunition. All hell Yeah. Well, mate. Well, it's Maine. Saying that people used it for was distilling it down into alcohol and the alcohol instead of making room out of it, they would make munitions for fuel and in this case That's what they're doing. There were distilling it down and making using it from munitions well, and a couple other things is it is a diabetic sweetener. You can add it to things if you are diabetic, and it won't in fact one affect your insulin levels. True, it's 100%. True. It's all that was amazing. High in potassium. And I think it's high and something else. Probably deliciousness and sweet. It is not delicious. I mean, it's disgusting. What about like molasses? Got your opinion? Gross. And also I mean, you had some tomatoes to its burning sauce. That's all I care. I mean Barn ingredients. Just barbecue sauce. I know that's what we're talking about. The lumber gingerbread No, thank you. But it was a great Boston barbecue sauce followed me. Delicious. So good. Everybody be like dipping the ribs in it. Still the window. My son was crushed under 35 Mile an hour wave of barbecue sauce, but it's so delicious, but it didnt funeral. He tasted delicious way. We're not joking about about the heroism. I'm joking about the fictional victims of the barbecue. Never speak ill. It was a rough year for northernmost. Yes, it was. It was pretty bad. So during this time, prohibition had not taken effect just yet. At the time the tank was built. We're just entering World War one, and they kind of rushed building it. Because of the war and munitions. Yeah, well, there was like a big tanker of molasses coming in, like, Gotta build it. You got to get it done, You know, to get this tanker in here and so they cut a lot of corners. They use this tank toe for munitions. Yes, yes, This is the main use for The molasses in this tank was to distill down into alcohol for munitions. I do like that. At this point in time, the United States wasn't involved in World War one. So I don't know. We had declared war when this is 1915 when the tank was built, okay, and they rushed it too. Uh, building munitions and whatnot for the for the war effort. Crunch existed even back then fortunes were made on molasses. Like what a sweet way to make a buck gentleman. Just gonna be Robin Baron. Oh, there is a molasses spirit. We'll talk about that You were so then don't call him a, uh, like a fedora. And he's like you understand? When you run the molasses game, there's only one way to go. That's the molasses. You guys run in town, you know? Oh, yeah. So the United States Industrial alcohol Company or U. S a. As it was known, was the alcohol distilling company that owned this tank. The company that had the actual tank there was under the umbrella of the U. S. A. A was the purity distilling company, and that's the one that was in Boston and, Yeah, they looked after the tank and pumping, pumping it full of molasses and then taking a pipeline straight from the tank to the factory That was nearby. So I was like it was a good place to build it because the factory was right there, So you didn't really have to transport it, right? That's what they wanted it right there. Now. Those long molasses pipelines, right? The thing was, though, is where they built. It is there was in a very congested poor neighborhood at the time in Boston. Where a lot of Italian immigrants lived. A lot of Jewish immigrants lived and it was a very working class area. Everybody knew everybody. Neighbors cared about each other over there, so This was this was a tight knit poor community that this was every every spring that have the spring Festival underneath the molasses that they'd like maple. That ribbons around it. Glasses. That's the mask out of the city. Yeah. Look at it shining and proud. It's just full of old. It's like I mean, it's like concentrated sweet, old timey glasses. Yeah, and people would straight up. Just eat molasses back then they rose, molest kids. The molasses tank that they did build was a 50 ft high. 90 ft in diameter. And could hold an astonishing 2.3 Million gallons of molasses. A couple gallons that's £24 Million of molasses. Sweet Black Gold. Texas tea, Uh, Texas Tea Is that tea party that's oil. Yeah, you know, potato potato was clear. Molasses. The superior class is clear. Molasses is what's called first Molasses. It Z Keep listening. You.

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Progressive Talk 1350 AM

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"duke sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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Oh, that's no blind us The molasses of the back of the back seat. Yeah, it would be nice is if to hear a story about molasses. Well, that's good news, Chris, because I have just the story for you. Well, that's good, because we're the history boys. I'm Chris Tyler. Yeah. Tyler Tyler's here and and Duke Duke. Yeah, I guess I could be Duke Duke Duke Sanchez. I am Jerry Nash. And Zach, of course, is on audio obvious via satellite in this remote bunker. Several stories underneath the crust of the United States that yeah, safe from molasses safely say from what he wants. If it did happen to get molasses down there. You're not getting it out, though. You know You're not gonna pump that stuff. You just gotta you're gonna have to abandon the bunker. We'll find a new bunker. It's a sweet, sticky grave. Luckily, we built that separate Molasses tunnel for him to escape out of in the case that molasses pours down into the bunker We got in the grave sign form and everything. This is in case of molasses Leave here and I didn't even know about the molasses flood of the time. Barely know anything about it now. Well, there you good. I didn't do the research. I know Jerry. Tell us a story about molasses. I'm glad I'm glad you want to hear now. You know, not many people are familiar with the great Boston molasses flood of 1919 the fatally tragic events that happened 100 years ago. Every time I learned, the more I learn about this The more I'm like, like it's like they're like we're trying to tell you. It's tragic. It's not hilarious. It does. It's not something that was like made up for, like an old timey cartoon. But then, in my research, I heard that one of its nicknames is legitimately the great molasses occur. Degree. You kidding? The great Boston molasses Occur of 1919 nineties handle Wikipedia. That zah Primary source. They did not call it the molasses occur. They called the molasses really, I would have if I was 2020. What is it? 117 people injured 21 dead. That's um Alaska. If you ask me, that's something I did not Asian citations. Bada Bing. Bada boom. All right. I'm not gonna check those. It was not in dark tide, which is a fantastic book. It was in the Boston molasses disaster causes of the molasses tank explosion. Spoiler alert. By Eric Hendrickson. There you go. Not not our primary, surly reserve oral in this episode, I think worth shouting out anyway. Yeah, this a giant Tank that stored a lot of molasses basically burst in Boston's North End neighborhood on January 15th 1919. Destroyed completely destroyed the neighborhood. It's I literally think of the time, they said. There goes the neighborhood and then meant it frantic tonight on just a little bit and back then they everyone talked with like the old timey voice. There goes. There goes my molasses boy, you the chance to read it, It's done. Yeah, well, the last years is all over May raspberries, my sweet boys driving Unless again who's gonna run the factory when I get too old, huh? Just to give a little bit of perspective and have big the molasses tank. What we're gonna talk about Not there yet. We're not there. We're not there yet. First I wanna talk about it too much. Rescinded your too much research. Wanna flex? Can't you be more like me? No research. I feel like there's a happy middle. There is there is A couple of things about molasses before we get to the actual tank. Here we go, 00 boy. My last. This is a non Newtonian substance, meaning that force has to be applied to it in order for it to move like it's not water like It doesn't just run everywhere. It's like truth paste er, ketchup like you have to, like, Hit the bottle for the ketchup kind of Scott City. Yeah, famously high for Scott. Yes, indeed. So considering this physical property, molasses would be far more deadly than just a giant wave of water and swimming in it is Impossible. Not with that attitude. You matter if it was a non Euclidean liquid, that would be well, that would be even worse. It would be pretty cool. So not only is molasses is used for, like syrups and sweeteners. It is used for booze and barbecue sauce. Ammunition. All hell. Yeah, well, the main well, it's Maine. Thing that people used for was distilling it down into alcohol and the alcohol instead of making room out of it, they would make munitions or fuel and in this case That's what they're doing. There were distilling it down and making using it from munitions well, and a couple other things is it is a diabetic sweetener. You can add it to things if you are diabetic, and it won't in fact won't affect your insulin levels. True, it's 100%. True. It's all that was amazing. High in potassium. And I think it's high and something else. Probably deliciousness and sweet. It is not delicious..

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"duke  sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"duke sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"O. I've had diarrhea all day. Oh, that's no blind us The molasses of the back of the back seat. Yeah, it would be nice is if to hear a story about molasses. Well, that's good news, Chris, because I have just the story for you. Well, that's good, because we're the history boys. I'm Chris Way. Yeah, Tyler Tyler's here and And Duke Duke. Yeah, I guess I could be Duke. Now. Duke Duke Sanchez. I am Jerry Nash. And Zach, of course, is on audio obvious via satellite in this remote bunker. Several stories underneath the crust of the United States that, Yeah, safe from molasses. Certainly safer. Mommy wants If it did happen to get molasses down there. You're not getting it out, though. You know You're not gonna pump that stuff. You just gotta you're gonna have to abandon the bunker. We'll find a new bunker. It's a sweet, sticky grave. Luckily, we built that separate Molasses tunnel for him to escape out of in the case that molasses pours down into the bunker. We got a new grave sign form and everything. This is in case of molasses. Leave here. Yeah, I didn't even know about the molasses flood of the time. Barely know anything about it now. Well, there you good. I didn't do the research. I know Jerry. Tell us a story about molasses. I'm glad I'm glad you want to hear now. Well, you know, not many people are familiar with the great Boston molasses flood of 1919 the fatally tragic events that happened 100 years ago. Every time I learned, the more I learn about this The more I'm like, like it's like they're like we're trying to tell you. It's tragic. It's not hilarious. It does. It's not something that was like made up for, like an old timey cartoon. But then, in my research, I heard that one of its nicknames is legitimately. The great molasses occur. Degree. You kidding? The great Boston molasses occur of 1919 non scaling them, Olympia that zah Primary source. They did not call it the molasses occur. They called the molasses. Really, I would have if I was, I think, 2020. What is it? Uh, 117 people injured 21 dead. That's um Alaska if you ask me That's something I did not mention citations. Bada Bing. Bada boom. All right. I'm not gonna check those. It was not in dark tide, which is a fantastic book. It was in the Boston molasses disaster causes. Of the molasses tank explosion. Spoiler alert by Eric Hendrickson. There you go. Not not our primaries release control in this episode, I think worth shouting out anyway. Yeah, this a giant Tank that stored a lot of molasses basically burst in Boston's North End neighborhood on January 15th 1919. Destroyed completely destroyed the neighborhood. It's I literally think of the time they said. There goes the neighborhood and they invented friend acting on just a little bit. And back Then they everyone talked with like the old timey voice. Oh, no. There goes. There goes my molasses Morning do the Charleston and it's done. Yeah, the last This is all over May raspberries, my sweet boys driving them. Alas, again, Who's gonna run the factory when I get too old, huh? Just to give a little bit of perspective. And I have big the molasses tank. What we're gonna talk about Not there yet. We're not there. We're not there yet. First I wanna talk about it too much research. Did you say too much research? Wanna flex? So can't you be more like me? No research. I feel like there's a happy middle. There is there is A couple of things about molasses before we get to the actual tank. Here we go, 00 boy. My last. This is a non Newtonian substance, meaning that force has to be applied to it in order for it to move like it's not water like It doesn't just run everywhere. It's like toothpaste er, ketchup like you have to, like, Hit the bottle for the ketchup. Kind. Viscosity. Yeah. Famously high for Scott said, Yes, indeed. So considering this physical property, molasses will be far more deadly than just a giant wave of water and swimming in it is Impossible. Not with that attitude. You matter if it was a non Euclidean liquid, that would be well, that would be even worse. Pretty cool. So not only is molasses used for like syrups and sweeteners. It is used for booze and barbecue sauce. Ammunition. All hell Yeah. Well, mate. Well, it's Maine. Thing that people used for was distilling it down into alcohol and the alcohol instead of making room out of it, they would make munitions or fuel and in this case That's what they're doing. There were distilling it down and making using it from munitions well, and a couple other things is it is a diabetic sweetener. You can add it to things if you are diabetic, and it won't in fact one affect your insulin levels. True, it's 100%. True. It's all that was amazing High in potassium, and I think it's high and something else. Probably deliciousness and sweet. It is not delicious. I mean, disgusting. What about like molasses, guys? Your opinion? Gross. And also I mean, you had some tomatoes to it. Bernard Sauce, That's all I care. I mean, Barn ingredient barbecue sauce. So that's what we're talking about. Love gingerbread. No, thank you. But it was a great Boston barbecue sauce followed me. Delicious. E So good. Everybody be like dipping the ribs in it. Shut the window. My son was crushed under 35 Mile an hour wave of barbecue sauce, but it's so delicious, but it didnt funeral. He tasted delicious way. We're not joking about about the heroism. I'm joking about the fictional victims of the barbecue university, Gil. It was a rough year for Northern folks. Yes, it was. It was pretty bad. So during this time, prohibition had not taken effect just yet. At the time the tank was built. We're just entering World War one, and they kind of rushed building it. Because of the war and munitions. Yeah, well, there was like a big tanker of molasses coming in, like, Gotta build it. You've got to get it done, You know, to get this tanker in here and so they cut a lot of corners. They use this tank toe for munitions. Yes, yes, This is the main use for the molasses in this tank was to distill down into alcohol for munitions. I do like that. At this point in time, the United States wasn't involved in World War one. No, no. No way had declared war when this is 1915 when the tank was built, okay, and they rushed it to toe build up munitions and whatnot for the for the war effort. Crunch existed even back then fortunes were made on molasses. Like what a sweet way to make a buck. Gentleman. Just gonna Robin Baron. Oh, there is the molasses barrel. We'll talk about that. He was alone in a column of a barren like a fedora. And he's like you understand? When you run the molasses game, there's only one way to go. That's the last run in town, you know? Oh, yeah. So the United States industrial alcohol Company or U. S. A, as it was known, was the alcohol distilling company that owned this tank. The company that had the actual tank there was under the umbrella of the U. S. A. A was the purity distilling company, and that's the one that was in Boston and, Yeah, they looked after the tank and pumping, pumping it full of molasses and then taking a pipeline straight from the tank to the factory That was nearby. So I was like it was a good place to build it because the factory was right there, So you didn't really have to transport it, right? That's what they wanted it right there. You know those long molasses pipelines, right? The thing was, though, is where they built. It is there was in a very congested poor neighborhood at the time in Boston. Where a lot of Italian immigrants lived. A lot of Jewish immigrants lived and it was very working class area. Everybody knew everybody. Neighbors cared about each other over there, so This was this was a tight knit poor community that this was every every spring. They have the Spring Festival underneath the molasses of that they'd like maple dishes of that ribbons around. It blesses that's the mask out of the city. Look at it shining and proud. It's just full of old. It's like I mean, it's like concentrated sweet, old timey glasses. Yeah, and people would straight up. Just eat molasses back then they rose, molest kids. The molasses tank that they did build was a 50 ft high. 90 ft in diameter. And could hold an astonishing 2.3 Million gallons of molasses. A couple gallons that's £24 Million of molasses. Sweet Black Gold. Texas tea, Uh, Texas Tea Is that tea party that's oil. Yeah, you know, potato potato was clear. Molasses. The superior class is clear. Molasses is what's called First Molasses is keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. 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"duke  sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"duke sanchez" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"No blind us the molasses of the back of the back seat. Yeah, You know, it would be nice is if the Harris story about molasses. Well, that's good news, Chris, because I have just the story for you. Well, that's good, because we're the history boys. I'm Chris. I'm Tyler Tyler Tyler's here and And Duke Duke. Yeah, I guess I could be Duke. Now. Duke Sanchez. I am Jerry Nash. And Zach, of course, is on audio obvious via satellite in this remote bunker. Several stories underneath the crust of the United States that Yeah, safe from molasses certainly say from what he wants. If it did happen to get molasses down there. You're not getting it out, though. Yeah. You're not gonna pump that stuff. You just gotta you're gonna have to abandon the bunker. We'll find a new bunker. It's a sweet, sticky grave. Luckily, we built that separate Molasses tunnel for him to escape out of in the case that molasses pours down into the bunker. We got a new grave sign form and everything. This is in case of molasses Leave here and I didn't even know about the molasses flood of the time. Barely know anything about it now. Well, there you good. I didn't do the research. I know Jerry. Tell us a story about molasses. I'm glad I'm glad you want to hear now. You know, not many people are familiar with the great Boston molasses flood of 1919 the fatally tragic events that happened 100 years ago. Every time I learned, the more I learn about this The more I'm like, like it's like they're like we're trying to tell you. It's tragic. It's not hilarious. It does. It's not something that was like made up for, like an old timey cartoon. But then, in my research, I heard that one of its nicknames is legitimately. The great molasses occur. They are You kidding? The great Boston Molasses Occur of 1919? Yes. Calling Wikipedia that zit Primary source. They did not call it. The molasses occur. They called the molasses. Really? I would if I was, I think. 2020. What is it? Uh, 117 people injured 21 dead. That's um Alaska. If you ask me, that's something I did not attention. Citations bottoming out. All right. I'm not gonna check those sites. It was not in dark tide, which is a fantastic book. It was in the Boston molasses disaster causes of the molasses tank explosion. Spoiler alert. By Eric Hendrickson. There you go. Not not our primary. Seriously reason you're in this episode, I think worth shouting out anyway. Yeah, this a giant Tank that stored a lot of molasses basically burst in Boston's North End neighborhood on January 15th 1919. Destroyed completely destroyed the neighborhood. It's I literally think of the time they said. There goes the neighborhood and I meant it for an actor on just a little bit. And back Then they everyone talked with like the old timey voice. There goes there goes my molasses boy. Do the Charleston and it's done Nothing. Yeah, glass. This is all over May raspberries, my sweet boys driving the blast again. Who's gonna run the factory when I get too old? Oh, um, just to give a little bit of perspective and have big the molasses tank. What we're gonna talk about Not there yet. Not really. We're not there yet. First. I wanna talk about it too much respected Too much research. Wanna flex over? Can't you be more like me? No research. I feel like there's a happy middle. There is there is A couple of things about molasses before we get to the actual tank. Here we go. Oh ho ho Boy. Molasses is a non Newtonian substance, meaning that force has to be applied to it in order for it to move like it's not water like It doesn't just run everywhere. It's like truth paste er, ketchup like you have to, like, Hit the bottle for the ketchup kind Viscosity? Yeah. Famously high. Frisk us. Yes, indeed. So considering this physical property, molasses would be far more deadly than just a giant wave of water and swimming in it is Impossible. Not with that attitude. You matter if it was a non Euclidean liquid, that would be well, that would be even more sounded pretty cool. So not only is molasses used for like syrups and sweeteners. It is used for booze and barbecue sauce. Ammunition. All hell Yeah, well, main well, it's Maine. Thing that people used for was distilling it down into alcohol and the alcohol instead of making room out of it, they would make munitions or fuel and in this case That's what they're doing. There were distilling it down and making using it from munitions well, and a couple other things is it is a diabetic sweetener. You can add it to things if you are diabetic, and it won't in fact one affect your insulin levels. True, it's 100%. True. It's all that was amazing High in potassium, and I think it's high and something else. Probably deliciousness and sweet. It is not delicious. I mean, disgusting. What about like molasses, guys? Your opinion? Gross. And also I mean, you had some tomatoes to it. Berger sauce, That's all I care. I mean, Barn ingredient barbecue sauce, so I know that's what we're talking about. A lot of gingerbread. No, thank you. But it was a great Boston barbecue. So delicious so good. Everybody be like dipping the ribs in it. Felt the window. My son was crushed under 35 Mile an hour wave of barbecue sauce, but it's so delicious, but it didnt funeral. He tasted delicious way. We're not joking about about the heroism. I'm joking about the fictional victims of the barbecue to kill. It was a rough year for Northern books. Yes, it was pretty bad. So during this time, prohibition had not taken effect just yet. At the time the tank was built. We're just entering war one and they kind of rushed building it. Because of the war and there's communications. Yeah, well, there was like a big tanker of molasses coming in, like, Gotta build it. You've got to get it done, You know, to get this tanker in here and so they cut a lot of corners. They used this tank toe for munitions. Yes, yes, This is the main use for The molasses in this tank was to distill down into alcohol for munitions. I do like that. At this point in time, the United States wasn't involved in World War One way had declared war when this is 1915 when the tank was built, okay, and they rushed it, too. Uh, build up munitions and whatnot for the for the war effort. Crunch existed even back then fortunes were made on molasses. Like what a sweet way to make a buck. Gentleman just gonna be rubbing Baron. Oh, there is a molasses very well. We'll talk about that You were so then don't call him a, uh, like a fedora. And he's like you understand? When you run the molasses game, there's only one way to go. That's the molasses. Yeah, he's run in town, you know? Oh, yeah. So the United States industrial alcohol Company or U. S. A, as it was known, was the alcohol distilling company that owned this tank. The company that had the actual tank there was under the umbrella of the U. S. A. A was the purity distilling company, and that's the one that was in Boston and, Yeah, they looked after the tank and pumping, pumping it full of molasses and then taking a pipeline straight from the tank to the factory That was nearby. So I was like it was a good place to build it because the factory was right there, So you didn't really have to transport it, right? That's what they wanted it right there. Now. Those long molasses pipelines, right? The thing was, though, is where they built. It is there was in a very congested poor neighborhood at the time in Boston. Where a lot of Italian immigrants lived. A lot of Jewish immigrants lived and it was very working class area. Everybody knew everybody. Neighbors cared about each other over there, so This was this was a tight knit poor community that this was every every spring. They have the spring Festival underneath the molasses of that they'd like maple of that ribbons around it. Glasses. That's the mask out of the city. Yeah. Look at it shining and proud. It's just full of old. It's like I mean, it's like concentrated sweet old timey. Yeah, glasses. Yeah, and people would straight up. Just eat molasses back then they rose molest kids. The molasses tank that they did build was a 50 ft high. 90 ft in diameter. And could hold an astonishing 2.3 Million gallons of molasses. A couple gallons that's £24 Million of molasses. Sweet Black Gold. Texas tea, Uh, Texas Tea Is that tea party that's oil. Yeah, you know, potato potato was clear. Molasses. The superior class is clear. Molasses is what's called first Molasses. It's keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading the I heart radio app number one for podcasts. Hey, Welcome to invention. My name is Robert Lamb. And I'm Joe McCormick. Today. We're talking about an invention that it does certainly been in the news a bit recently we're talking about walls. Okay. Now we're not a political show. But some of the statements on the nature of walls,.

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"O have a diarrhea all day. Oh, that's no blind us The molasses of the back of the back soon. Yeah, you know, it would be nice is if to hear a story about molasses. Well, that's good news, Chris, because I have just the story for you. Well, that's good, because we're the history boys. I'm Chris. Wait, Uh, Tyler Tyler's here and And Duke Duke. Yeah, I guess I could be Duke. Now. Duke Sanchez. I am Jerry Nash. And Zach, of course, is on audio obvious via satellite in this remote bunker. Several stories underneath the crust of the United States that Yeah, safe from molasses certainly say from what he wants. If it did happen to get molasses down there. You're not getting it out, though. Yeah. You're not gonna pump that stuff. You just gotta you're gonna have to abandon the bunker Exact. We'll find a new bunker. It's a sweet, sticky grave. Luckily, we built that separate Molasses tunnel for him to escape out of in the case that molasses pours down into the bunker We got in the grave sign form and everything. This is in case of molasses Leave here and I didn't even know about the molasses flood of the time. Barely know anything about it now. Well, there you good. I didn't do the research. I know Jerry. Tell us a story about molasses. I'm glad I'm glad you want to hear now. You know, not many people are familiar with the great Boston molasses flood of 1919 the fatally tragic events that happened 100 years ago. Every time I learned, the more I learn about this The more I'm like, like it's like they're like we're trying to tell you. It's tragic. It's not hilarious. It does. It's not something that was like made up for, like an old timey cartoon. But then, in my research, I heard that one of its nicknames is legitimately. The great molasses occur. They are You kidding? The great Boston molasses occur of 1919 nineties, calling them a Wikipedia. That zit primary source. They did not call it. The molasses occur. They called the molasses. Really? I would have if I was I think. 2020. What is it? Uh 117 people injured 21 dead. That's um Alaska if you ask me. That's something I did not patient citations. Bada Bing. Bada boom. All right. I'm not gonna check those sites. It was not in dark tide, which is a fantastic book. It was in the Boston molasses disaster causes. Of the molasses tank explosion. Spoiler alert. By Eric Heinrichs in There you go. Not not our primary, surly reason you're in this episode I think worth shouting out anyway. Yeah, this a giant Tank. The stored a lot of molasses basically burst in Boston's North End neighborhood on January 15th 1919. Destroyed completely destroyed the neighborhood. It's I literally think of the time, they said. There goes the neighborhood and then invented product on just a little bit. And back Then they everyone talked with like the old timey voice. Oh, no. There goes. There goes my molasses Morning. Do the Charleston and it's done. Yeah. Well on the last. This is all over May raspberries, my sweet boys driving less again. Who's gonna run the factory when I get too old, huh? Just to give a little bit of perspective and have big the molasses tank. What we're gonna talk about Not there yet, but we're not there. We're not there yet. First. I wanna talk about it too much. Too much research. I want a flex off. Can't you be more like me? No research. I feel like there's a happy middle. There is there is A couple of things about molasses before we get to the actual tank. Here we go. Oh ho ho Boy. Molasses is a non Newtonian substance, meaning that force has to be applied to it in order for it to move like it's not water like It doesn't just run everywhere. It's like toothpaste er, ketchup like you have to, like, Hit the bottle for the ketchup. Kind. Viscosity. Yeah. Famously high. Frisk us. Yes, indeed. So considering this physical property, molasses would be far more deadly than just a giant wave of water and swimming in it is Impossible. Not with that attitude. You matter if it was a non Euclidean liquid, that would be well, that would be even worse would be pretty cool. So not only is molasses is used for, like syrups and sweeteners. It is used for booze and barbecue sauce. Ammunition. All hell. Yeah. Well, mate. Well, it's Maine. Thing that people used it for was distilling it down into alcohol and the alcohol instead of making room out of it, they would make munitions or fuel And in this case, that's what they're doing. There were distilling it down and making using it from munitions well, and a couple other things is it is a diabetic sweetener. You can add it to things if you are diabetic, and it won't in fact won't affect your insulin levels. True, it's 100%. True. It's all that was amazing. High in potassium. And I think it's high and something else. Probably deliciousness. It's sweet. It is not delicious. I mean, it's disgusting. What about like molasses? That's your opinion? Gross. And also, I mean, you had some tomatoes to its burger sauce. That's all I care. I mean, Barb ingredients. Just barbecue sauce. I know that's what we're talking about A little gingerbread. No, thank you. But it was a great Boston barbecue sauce. Fun. Would that be delicious? E So good. Everybody be like dipping the ribs in it. Shut the window. My son was crushed under 35 Mile an hour wave of barbecue sauce, but it's so delicious, but it didnt funeral. He tasted delicious way. We're not joking about about the heroism. I'm joking about the fictional victims of the barbecue Never to kill. It was a rough year for Northern books. Yes, it was pretty bad. So during this time, prohibition had not taken effect just yet. At the time the tank was built. We're just entering World War one, and they kind of rushed building it. Because of the war and the nation's. Yeah, well, there was like a big tanker of molasses coming in, like, Gotta build it. You've got to get it done, You know, to get this tanker in here and so they cut a lot of corners. They use this tank toe for munitions. Yes, yes, This is the main use for The molasses in this tank was to distill down into alcohol for munitions. I do like that. At this point in time, the United States wasn't involved in World War one. No, no. No way had declared war when this is 1915 when the tank was built, okay, and they rushed it to T O build up munitions and whatnot for the for the war effort. Crunch existed even back then fortunes were made on molasses like was, but a sweet way to make a buck gentleman. Just gonna be Robin Baron. Oh, there is a molasses very well. We'll talk about that you were so late is calling a fedora, and he's like you understand. When you run the molasses game, there's only one way to go. That's the molasses. Yeah, he's run in town, you know? Oh, yeah. So the United States industrial alcohol Company or U. S a. As it was known, was the alcohol distilling company that owned this tank. The company that had the actual tank there was under the umbrella of the U. S. A. A was the purity distilling company, and that's the one that was in Boston and, Yeah, they looked after the tank and pumping, pumping it full of molasses and then taking a pipeline straight from the tank to the factory That was nearby. So I was like it was a good place to build it because the factory was right there, So you didn't really have to transport it, right? That's what they wanted it right there. Now. Those long molasses pipelines, right? The thing was, though, is where they built. It is there was in a very congested poor neighborhood at the time in Boston. Where a lot of Italian immigrants lived. A lot of Jewish immigrants lived and it was a very working class area. Everybody knew everybody. Neighbors cared about each other over there, so This was this was a tight knit poor community that this was every every spring that have the Spring Festival underneath the molasses of that they'd like maple dishes of that ribbons around it glasses. That's the mascot of the city. Look at it shining and proud. It's just full of old. It's like I mean, it's like concentrated sweet old timey. Yeah, glasses. Yeah, and people would straight up. Just eat molasses back then they rose molest kids. The molasses tank that they did build was a 50 ft high. 90 ft in diameter. And could hold an astonishing 2.3 Million gallons of molasses. A couple gallons that's £24 Million of molasses. Sweet Black Gold. Texas tea, Uh, Texas Tea Is that tea party that's oil. Yes, you know, potato potato was clear. Molasses..

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10:29 min | 2 years ago

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"S O have diarrhea all day. Oh, that's no blind us The molasses of the back of the bank. So yeah, it would be nice is if to hear a story about molasses. Well, that's good news, Chris, because I have just the story for you. Well, that's good, because we're the history boys. I'm Chris. Yeah. Tyler Tyler's here and and Duke Duke. Yeah, I guess I could be Duke Duke Duke Sanchez. I am Jerry Nash. And Zach, of course, is on audio obvious via satellite in this remote bunker. Several stories underneath the crust of the United States that Yeah, safe from molasses certainly say from what he wants. If it did happen to get molasses down there. You're not getting it out, though. You know You're not gonna pump that stuff. You just gotta you're gonna have to abandon the bunker. We'll find a new bunker. It's the sweet, sticky grave. Luckily, we built that separate Molasses tunnel for him to escape out of in the case that molasses pours down into the bunker. We got a new grave sign form and everything. This is in case of molasses Leave here and I didn't even know about the molasses flood of the time. Barely know anything about it now. Well, there you good. I didn't do the research. I know Jerry. Tell us a story about molasses. I'm glad I'm glad you want to hear now. Well, you know, not many people are familiar with the great Boston molasses flood of 1919 the fatally tragic events that happened 100 years ago. Every time I learned, the more I learn about this The more I'm like, like it's like they're like we're trying to tell you. It's tragic. It's not hilarious. It does. It's not something that was like made up for, like an old timey cartoon. But then, in my research, I heard that one of its nicknames is legitimately. The great molasses occur. Degree. You kidding? The great Boston molasses Occur of 1919? Yes, telling them Olympia, that zit Primary source. They did not call it the molasses occur. They called the molasses. Really? I would have if I was I think. 2020. What is it? Uh, 117 people injured 21 dead. That's um Alaska. If you ask me, that's something I did not station citations. Bada Bing. Bada boom. All right. I'm not gonna check those. So I take it was not in dark tide, which is a fantastic book. It was in the Boston molasses disaster causes of the molasses tank explosion. Spoiler alert. By Eric Hendrickson. There you go. Not not our primaries really restoring this episode, I think worth shouting out anyway. Yeah, this a giant tank. That's stored. A lot of molasses basically burst in Boston's North End neighborhood on January 15th 1919. Destroyed completely destroyed the neighborhood. It's I literally think of the time they said. There goes the neighborhood and they meant it. Fran Act on just a little bit and back Then they everyone talked with like the old timey voice. There goes. There goes my molasses boy. You the chance to read it, It's done. Yeah, well, the last this is all over May raspberries, my sweet boys driving the blast again. Who's gonna run the factory when I get too old, huh? Just to give a little bit of perspective and have big the molasses tank. What we're gonna talk about Not there yet. We're not there. We're not there yet. First I wanna talk about it too much Too much. Too much research. Wanna flex? Can't you be more like me? No research. I feel like there's a happy middle. There is there is A couple of things about molasses before we get to the actual tank. Here we go, 00 boy well last. This is a non Newtonian substance, meaning that force has to be applied to it in order for it to move like it's not water like It doesn't just run everywhere. It's like toothpaste er, ketchup like you have to, like, Hit the bottle for the ketchup. Kind. Viscosity. Yeah. Famously high for Scusi. Yes, indeed. So considering this physical property, molasses would be far more deadly than just a giant wave of water and swimming in it is Impossible. Not with that attitude. You matter if it was a non Euclidean liquid, that would be well, that would be even worse. I'm pretty cool. So not only is molasses used for like syrups and sweeteners. It is used for booze and barbecue sauce. Ammunition. All hell Yeah. Well, mate. Well, it's Maine. Thing that people used for was distilling it down into alcohol and the alcohol instead of making room out of it, they would make munitions or fuel and in this case That's what they're doing. There were distilling it down and making using it from munitions well, and a couple other things is it is a diabetic sweetener. You can add it to things if you are diabetic, and it won't in fact one affect your insulin levels. True, it's 100%. True. It's all that was amazing. High in potassium. And I think it's high and something else. Probably deliciousness and sweet. It is not delicious. I mean, disgusting. What about like molasses? Got your opinion? Gross. And also I mean, you had some tomatoes to its burning sauce. That's all I care. I mean, Barn ingredient barbecue sauce away. That's what we're talking about. A little gingerbread. No, thank you. But it was a great Boston barbecue sauce followed me. Delicious. E So good. Everybody be like dipping the ribs in it. Shut the window. My son was crushed under 35 Mile an hour wave of barbecue sauce, but it's so delicious, but it didnt funeral. He tasted delicious way. We're not joking about about the heroism. I'm joking about the fictional victims of the barbecue university, Gil. It was a rough year for Northern books. Yes, it was. It was pretty bad. So during this time, prohibition had not taken effect just yet. At the time the tank was built. We're just entering war one and they kind of rushed building it. Because of the war, and there's like munitions. Yeah, well, there was like a big tanker of molasses coming in, like, Gotta build it. You've got to get it done, You know, to get this tanker in here and so they cut a lot of corners. They used this tank toe for munitions. Yes, yes, This is the main use for The molasses in this tank was to distill down into alcohol for munitions. I do like that. At this point in time, the United States wasn't involved in World War one. No, no. No way had declared war when this is 1915 when the tank was built, okay, and they rushed it to toe build up munitions and whatnot for the for the war effort. Crunch existed even back then fortunes were made on molasses. Like what a sweet way to make a buck gentleman. Just gonna Robin Baron. Oh, there is a molasses spirit. We'll talk about that. He was a man in a column of a like a fedora. And he's like you understand. When you run the molasses game, there's only one way to go. That's the molasses guys run in town, you know? Oh, yeah. So the United States industrial alcohol Company or U. S. A, as it was known, was the alcohol distilling company that owned this tank. The company that had the actual tank there was under the umbrella of the U. S. A. A was the purity distilling company, and that's the one that was in Boston and, Yeah, they looked after the tank and pumping, pumping it full of molasses and then taking a pipeline straight from the tank to the factory That was nearby. So I was like it was a good place to build it because the factory was right there, So you didn't really have to transport it, right? That's what they wanted it right there. Now. Those long molasses pipelines, right? The thing was, though, is where they built. It is there was in a very congested poor neighborhood at the time in Boston. Where a lot of Italian immigrants lived. A lot of Jewish immigrants lived and it was a very working class area. Everybody knew everybody. Neighbors cared about each other over there, so This was this is a tight knit poor community that this was every every spring. They have the spring Festival underneath the molasses of that they like maple dishes of that, like ribbons around it. Glasses. That's the mask out of the city. Yeah. Look at it shining and proud. It's just full of old. It's like I mean, it's like concentrated sweet old timey. Yeah, glasses. Yeah, and people would straight up. Just eat molasses back then they rose molasses like kids. The molasses tank that they did build was 50 FT. High. 90 ft in diameter. And could hold an astonishing 2.3 Million gallons of molasses. A couple gallons that's £24 Million of molasses. Sweet Black Gold. Texas tea, Uh, Texas Tea Is that tea party that's oil. Yeah, you know, potato potato? Uh, it was clear molasses. The superior class is clear. Molasses is what's called First Molasses is keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading the I heart radio app number one for podcasts. Our world is full of the unexplainable. If history is an open book, All of these amazing tales are right there on display just waiting for us.

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