35 Burst results for "Eighties"
The Abduction of Jody Plauche
"And as the placebo has got more and more involved re karate. Jeff became more and more of a fixture in the families orbit. You have to remember. Jeff is only twenty four. He's a young guy and he doesn't know anyone in baton rouge so we're sure. He's thrilled that his family is welcoming him in and he's getting the sense of community that most people crave jody's parents were thirty. Nine year olds. Gary in june and they really liked jeff in the boys saw him sort of like an uncle figure. One particular time jody's at gary brought jeff home with them for family dinner and gave him spare clothes to change into and after that jeff would start bringing the boys home from karate he would take them tournaments as well as other fun activities connected to the fight team. There was real trust built between jeff in that family but on february nineteenth nineteen eighty-four that trust would be shaken to the core was january nineteenth. Nineteen eighty-four it was a sunday morning. He asked my my little border. Cork this is how close this family had become far each other's cars and things like that jeff told jody's mom that he didn't have his car because his brother dropped him off and that he needed his car because of some business dealing with having to do with down with his brother. So jody's mom. June said sure or the car. Jeff said he'd have the car back soon and then he laughed but he brought jody with him. They did meet up with. Jeff's brother. Mike in port arthur but it definitely wasn't to conduct any business. We drove out to his brothers. Mike house grab some clothes and sleeping bag and other stuff and we took my mother's call from gonzales. Louisiana support arthur texas and. That's where his mother and sister live. That's where he was from. Okay so why. The hell is jody with jeff on this excursion. And what exactly is going on here. Here's jody on what happened next. We say we just sunday night. And then the next day we went to another port louisiana looking for money basically. We didn't have any money. Okay so let's unpacked. Some of what is going on here. Jeff borrowed the car belonging to the mom of a little boy. He teaches karate to he said little boy with him but they don't go where they said that they were going the grab clothes and camping equipment and then jeff takes jodi out of state and we assume that right now alarm bells are probably going off in your head and have been for some time. Now they're going off and ours too but remember it's nineteen eighty four and it's unclear at what point jody's parents would have realized that jodi was actually missing and it's not like jeff had a cell phone that they could call at anytime of the day so at this point. Just imagine the paralyzed state of jody's family. Who do you call. would you do. And how the hell do you track down your kid
A Look Back at the 1983 KFC Massacre
"It was one of the most infamous crimes ever committed in east texas. Five people kidnapped from kilgore. Kfc then shot to death now. Thirty five years later. One of the men convicted could soon be set free on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three kim. Tyler stopped by kilgore texas. Kfc or and eleven pm to see for mom. Mary was still working to her shock. She found the restaurants door open and blood covering the floor. Kim ran out screaming. This begins one of the most mysterious texas mass slayings and as you can imagine. There are a lot of texas mortars. Today we're gonna talk about the infamous kentucky fried chicken murders so like we said on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three mary. Tyler was thirty seven. Opie hughes thirty nine. And joey johnson twenty or on-duty at the kfc and kilgore david maxwell twenty one employees at the restaurant who was off duty and just kind of hanging out and monty landers only nineteen was a friend of theirs and they were both there to visit with joey. The restaurant was about to close. It was likely around eight or nine pm in this two hour between eight or nine. Pm and eleven pm. When kim tyler found the blood inside the restaurant something terrible happened the next day. Five bodies were found by an oilfield worker off county road to thirty two four. Were shot point blank in the head. Their bodies were all pointing north. The fifth was found a ways later one of the women who was assaulted and facing a different direction. Obviously the town was shocked. Close-knit everything you'd think of conservative. Leaning as the police started investigating they started putting some of the pieces together. But since the murders happened between county. Lines ruskin greg counties. It meant it was already a contentious investigation. You'd think about an investigation anyway especially at this time. Nineteen eighty-three probably didn't get all the evidence. Maybe not as thorough as they would have liked and so this complicated things even more soon. The texas rangers also be involved appointed by the department of public safety to keep the case. Organiz sensing the tension between the two different counties. Two cousins from tyler. Romeo pinkerton darnell hartsfield became suspects just weeks after the killings but joe records at the time falsely indicated. The men might have been in jail at the time throwing the cops off their sent though. Hundreds of tips poured in more than a decade. When by before rusk county grand jury began meeting to an indictment in april nineteen ninety-five. The grand jury charged. James earl mankins junior. The son of texas representative with five counts of capital murder. Mankins who had conflicted pass to say the least and his wife deborah who also became a suspect had tied to the scene. There was a fingernail found on the victim's clothing and mankins was missing the same looking fingernail and the to fit while he was charged with the murders he was later released after beginning of pretrial proceedings due to a lack of conclusive
Pham Homers Leading off, Padres Pile on in 8-1 Win Over A's
"The Padres at fourteen hits in going to be the eighth eight to one Blake Snell grinded through five innings giving up six hits and one run striking out six to get the win the W. and and five minutes it's huge for non medicine they're considered sock boots all week quicker outs and find a way to you know get six seven eight nine tanti fan homered singled and had two RBIs Austin Nolan Trent Grisham also had two runs batted in ace lefty Sharman I I got the loss he lasted for third innings allowed eight hits and five runs starling Marte hit his first home run in eighties uniform but the green and gold were for thirteen with runners in scoring position why only on Oakland
The Yankees Take Down the Orioles 13-1
"Giancarlo Stanton contributor to three run Homer and four RBIs in the Yankees thirteen a one assault on the Orioles definitely good the good three zero multi hit game as of late so is good could get some RBIs and and help the team you know key points and Erin judge also homered and winning pitcher Louise hill won his major league debut by scattering four hits over six shutout innings hill was pressed into service after Gerrit Cole was placed on the call that nineteen injured list on Monday he was just the eighty eight keys pitcher to throw six or more scoreless innings in his major league debut and the first since Sam Miller tele nineteen ninety two Anthony Rizzo hit a run scoring grounder giving him RBIs in all five games since joining the Yankees last week I'm Dave Ferrie
Is There a Climate Crisis?
"The green new deal implies number one that we have climate emergency climate crisis that we have twelve years by which to act. And the clock's ticking. I think we're down to just a little over ten years now. Another one of these tipping points and by the way in the book i trace the first climate tipping point to eighteen sixty four where we were warned of climatic excess unless we did something so these tipping points have been around for centuries literally but the green new deal even if we faced a climate emergency. They claim which we don't. We don't even face really measurable climate implants by mankind. I mean that's the thing is hundreds of factors that influence the climate. You can't distinguish him. From natural variability. we probably warmer during the period. When jesus was on earth with when during the time jesus christ was born and medieval warming period. We were probably warmer according to peer reviewed studies waiting till the world's end around that time in the middle ages red that what do you mean by end. Didn't they have some kind of a climate disaster wiped out the population actually Maybe not because here we are. I gotta tell you. I remember hearing this kind of stuff in the eighties in college these predictions. That were just you know really dire predictions and then time would pass. Nothing would happen and nobody would mention it again. So you do get a little bit like the boy crying wolf but what you just said to me. The most important piece is that no matter what the weather is doing You're saying that it's simply not a fact that human activity is the main cause. So what a lot of these people are screaming about. They make it sound like. We're all doing something that we could change. And that would solve the problem and we. We don't know that so they're asking us to spend many many billions trillions of dollars to do something without a clear outcome. Isn't that really the main point
Biles Returns to Competition With a Bronze Medal and a Smile
"Nineteen year old a thing more led from start to finish winning goal Tuesday at the women's eight hundred meter final will claim the first American gold in the event since nineteen sixty eight in a time of one minute fifty five point two one seconds I was just focused on being conscious of what was going on around me you know if anything happened I was going to attack it and with whoever you know is making that move raven Rogers of the west took the bronze gold four demerit mensa stock of the USA in the women's sixty eight kilogram freestyle wrestling competition defeating her Nigerian opponent USA men's basketball Kevin Durant twenty nine point ninety five eighty one win over Spain it's now one of the semifinals against Australia Simone Biles picking up the bronze in the final of the women's balance beam Gabby Thomas of the US a bronze in the women's two hundred meter Jamaica's Elaine Thompson harav repeated as the gold medalist I'm John at three
Rapid Virus Spread Through Indonesia Taxes Health Workers
"The coronavirus is rapidly spreading through Indonesia's health workers as the age of region grapples with a new coronavirus wave fueled by the delta variant Indonesia's death rate hit a seven day rolling average of six point five per million on August one second only to me animal and far higher than India's peak rate of just over three but it hits in may during the worst of its outbreak among the dead in Indonesia I'm more than twelve hundred healthcare workers including eighty six hundred doctors according to the risk mitigation team the Indonesian medical association the doctors included at least twenty four who were fully vaccinated I'm Charles de Ledesma
U.S. hits 70% vaccination rate a month late and amid a new surge
"A summer surge of covert cases across the country with the delta variant fueling the surge of the virus new cases per day in the U. S. have increased six fold over the past month to an average of nearly eighty thousand a level not seen since February and deaths per day of climbed over the past two weeks from an average of two fifty nine to three sixty forcing the reinstatement of mask mandates in businesses like some McDonald's and home depot in some states like Louisiana where Dr Catherine o'neill at lake regional Medical Center says there are no beds left these are the darkest days of this pandemic medical experts still say the vaccinated are far more protected and yesterday the U. S. finally reached president Biden's goal of getting at least one covert shot in the arms of seventy percent of American adults a month later than his goal I'm Julie Walker
Olympics Latest: Japan's Sena Irie wins featherweight boxing
"Right Benjamin brought home the silver medal in the men's four hundred meter hurdles and set an American record in the process Tuesday in Tokyo Benjamins time of forty six point seventeen seconds fell two tenths of a second short of Norway's Karsten world world record pace price the best race ever in Olympic history I don't think any other race compares to what we just did American Brittney Reese captured silver in the women's long jump to cap her fourth and final Olympics second seeded Americans able Rawson Alex Kleinman advanced to the women's volleyball final in the U. S. men's basketball team brushed aside Spain ninety five eighty one to reach the semi finals I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Laughter, Tears, Cheers at Funeral for Biz Markie
"A fond farewell to a legendary rap star with those monkeys family friends and colleagues present many told stories about the rapper's friendship talent and music each being a big part of his life Mr al Sharpton said mark he cared for people and could make people laugh even through the pain throughout the service in Patchogue New York marquees black coffin draped with an arrangement of flowers stood before the speaker stand marquee known for his nineteen eighty nine classic just a friend died last month at the age of fifty seven among those attending were iced tea fat Joe mantra Jordan and I'll be sure his wife terra hall says she'll always remember biz as having a big laugh and said he would always make a way to make her smile and chuckle any time they were together I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Children Stopped at Border Likely Hit Record-High in July
"U. S. officials suggest the number of children traveling alone at the Mexican border last month reached an all time high U. S. authorities likely picked up more than nineteen thousand unaccompanied children in July exceeding the previous high set in March of eighteen thousand eight hundred seventy seven the number for June was just over fifteen thousand and that's just children for families about eighty thousand had encounters with U. S. authorities twenty five thousand more than the month before and just shy of the all time high of eighty eight thousand most of the activity about seventy percent was concentrated in the border patrol's del Rio and Rio Grande Valley sectors in South Texas authorities note the comparisons from month to month aren't directly comparable because some migrants crossed the border repeatedly because the covert induced band has no legal consequences to stop them from trying again I am Jackie Quinn
Conservative Christians Must Show the Love of Jesus to Their Enemies
"Virginia you were just sharing go back you said before this man. This assassin was sent to murder you sent by the dictator the communist dictator in romania. Ceaucescu before that you had been interrogated many times you had been beaten. It's horrible for us to think of a young woman being beaten by thugs. But you said even in those moments you shared jesus with these people trying to harm you physically. You said they turned away weeping. T tell us about that. I mean this is amazing. I i remember They always wanted to ask me to sign some papers to tell the word that i'm crazy that i'm not mentally us a lawyer to defend that i invented all and i keep saying no no no i cannot do this and they will hit my my head at the table i will be full of blood or they or heat me to the walls and he was made as bait how to greet But in they had gone all over including on him. There were six feet tall. I was. I'm the five i'm still undefined. Eighty two pounds and they will just encouraging there. And i could of the lord saying tell them that i loved them so i look straight into the eyes and i said i don't like what you're doing but god loves you and i choose to love you and they turn their heads away from me because they will cry. The love of god will reach everyone. If you don't know anything if she you hate those on defile or people that don't agree with us or even make fun of you. It's time to change your prospective. please do it. You will see the hand of god in hugh around you. Pray for them. Show them a lot of christ because christ is the one that will will change their lives for
The GOP Has No Civilian Leadership
"Let me get a little bit personal. Last night i go for dinner with just four guys who supromega good guys One works in swamp. Wants a to ones defense guy and at the end of this this this meeting of minds. I just thought we have no leadership. It's not just on the hill. We have the the handful of insurgents like yourselves. But we don't have that tea party movement. We don't have the the the civilian leadership that's going to. For example chicago eighty two people shop loss week. Twelve murdered y. Why isn't there. Why isn't there an anti blm. Made up of black gop voters who say you want to talk about black lives. Let's talk about chicago. Well ask yourself this question if the republican national committee isn't doing just what you described. What are they doing. What is their purpose. I know that the republican national committee is spending a lot of money to advertise ronald mcdaniels. Podcast of but every nickel that has gone into that endeavor should be going into the bill doubt of an organization and an infrastructure to do. What the democrats did we dunk on the democrats a lot. But let's give them credit. Where credit's do they went and found a way to get millions of ballots in the mail that were not directly attached to a human being attending to vote.
Charlie Kirk Says COVID-19 Is Not the Leading Cause of Death
"The right thing to do. How big of a threat is the chinese corona virus. Well every single day in the united states according to data that is publicly available as of two thousand nineteen one thousand eight hundred people die of heart disease. Why don't we lockdown burger king mcdonalds and wendy's and not locked down businesses of people that are trying their best to get by in fact. Why would we lockdown gymnasiums when people are actually literally trying to get healthy by the way this is daily. Let me just reinforce this. This is daily. One thousand eight hundred people die. Every single day of heart disease one thousand six hundred forty of cancer four hundred seventy by accident four hundred thirty of chronic lower respiratory disease. Four hundred ten of stroke their three hundred thirty of alzheimer's and now cova deaths are below three hundred twenty four. In fact yesterday there was seventy one confirmed cova deaths. Seventy one confirmed cova debts. And if you look at category by category last year included zero to seventeen years old three hundred and forty people died involving with one thousand nine hundred and alex berenson says that that is almost immeasurable. Statistically fifty one thousand two hundred thirteen people died from all causes from ages. Eighteen to twenty nine two thousand four hundred ninety three people died from coverted and ninety six thousand six hundred twenty five from all causes from thirty to thirty nine years old. Seven thousand one hundred forty five people died from cove in nineteen allegedly and one hundred thirty seven thousand people eight hundred forty nine from all causes you go category to category. Do you know that cova was not the leading cause of death for any single age group including last year including eighty five years and older including seventy five to eighty four. It was not the leading cause of death for any category or any group.
Coronavirus Drug Price: Cost May Only Be $1
"Is rarely scientists says covert nineteen could be treated for under one dollar. A day i've been telling you for well over a year. I've been doing it. Double blind double blind study. You're ignorant doctors against ivermectin. Ignorant is the charitable exclamation because He doesn't know about so many of the studies that have taken place double blind study and argues. Oh we don't have a double blind study for ivermectin shows. Ivermectin reduces diseases duration and infectiousness. Ivermectin can help reduce the lawn. The length of infection for people who contract corona virus for less than a dollar a day according to recent research by shit chevra for sheba medical center in tel hashomer. Professor elliott schwartz founder of the center for travel medicine in tropical disease at chevra conducted randomized. Control double blinded trial for may fifteenth. Twenty twenty through the end of january twenty twenty one to evaluate the effectiveness of ivermectin and reducing viral shedding among non hospitalized patients with mild to moderate cova. Nineteen ivermectin has been approved by the us fda since nineteen eighty seven. That's thirteen plus twenty. One is thirty four years. It's been it's been approved drugs. Discoverers were awarded the twenty fifteen nobel prize in medicine. I mentioned that last week. So what do you say about that dollar a day my friends. That's why they hate. It doesn't make pharmaceutical companies billions of dollars.
USA's Allman Wins Gold in Discus Throw
"J. Carey took control of the women's floor exercise Monday in Tokyo final score of fourteen point three six six the top the podium to take gold earlier Monday USA gymnastics announced that Simone Biles will take part in the finals of the balance beam Tuesday fell real men won gold for the U. S. in the women's discus a top throw of sixty eight point nine eight meters I feel really thankful that to have a really solid first there but it just became of of St it became a game of staying mentally tough and and just going with the flow American women also made it to the podium I believe great silver in women's seventy six kilogram wrestling crystal Palmer bronze in women's three meter springboard diving Sarah Robles a bronze in the women's eighty seven kilogram weightlifting class the four time gold medal U. S. women's soccer team will play for bronze after Canada knocked them off the semi final by a score of one to nothing I'm Jonathan
Discover What Elif Gokcigdem Is Doing to Bring Museums Online.
"Hi my name is eighty gucci them. I absolutely love working in empathy building through museums. Lie most fantastic job work. Experience was meeting the delilah. And the topic i can talk for hours about is empathy building and oneness and i stay connected to people by heart. What is empathy. And why does it matter empathy. It's dictionary description is our ability to be able to connect with another at an emotional level feeling like another or being in another shoes. Understand empathy is a way of understanding myself my own thoughts emotions and biases so that i can recognize them in the others around me and then expand by a circle of concern to others who do not look like me and may not leave in the same things that i do including the humanity but environment though sounds to me. It would be a key ingredient to self-awareness. Exactly right. it's all about knowing oneself. Tell me about your organization that you're putting together or how founded that is all about empathy. Where did you get this idea. And what was your into sounds like there was something that personally changed your viewpoint to where this is what you wanted to do it stride. I had a life experience. I had a transcendent experience. That changed the way. I see the world and the more i thought about that. Experience trying to articulate. Actually what happened. Wanted me out to direction of empathy are essential or fundamental ability to feel like another. That's sort of made me realize that each living non living. According to most traditions things such as mountains are trees or rivers including humans and other animals and plants and atoms and everything else that exists in the universe has availed existing unveil experiencing the universe in their own particular ways.
The Birth of RavenDB With Oren Eini
"eighties" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Eighties, engineers recognized that the number of addresses that type before could handle was not up to snuff. How In the blue blazes have we managed to avoid a catastrophe for so many decades? So does that just mean the problem wasn't as bad as we thought it was, because if we haven't switched completely overnight p V six and we knew that I P V four addresses running out. Why haven't we had Massive Crash. Well, the problem is evident. The four plus billion I P addresses are actually all gone. Now that is they've all been snagged by various companies and institutions like Internet service providers or universities. Those entities can assign out dynamic I P addresses on their own respective networks. But no new network could pop up and request a spectrum of addresses from the Internet Assigned numbers authority or a N A. That's the authority that oversees the stuff. You couldn't request any new ones from I A and a because there are no new ones left. What you might be able to do is negotiate with some other entity that actually has unused I P addresses. And purchased them that way. But there aren't any new ones coming out because I pee before is all dried up below the I A n A. R five regional Internet registries. They are called R I ours these as the name suggests Oversee I P address assignments over specific regions in the world. Those five entities, in turn can assign banks of I P addresses to local Internet registries. Which can include stuff like the aforementioned I SPS and universities and other institutions and also just to clarify while and I SP might be a local Internet registry. Not all I s P s fall into that category. Sommai SP's belong to a larger entity, which in turn is the actual local Internet registries. So this stuff gets pretty complicated. Back in January, 2011 The Asia Pacific Network Information Center, better known as AP, Nick A. P and I see, which is one of those five regional Internet address registries I talked about Requested and received the last two unreserved blocks of I P addresses. There are only five reserved blocks remaining. And so the I A N a ceremoniously granted one block to each of the regional Internet address registries. And then all of those I P addresses were technically out in the wild. There were none left in reserve By April. 2011 app Nick ran out of freely allocated I P V four addresses. Which means that sometimes in that region, you can't get a night PV for address when you need one. I mean, you can't connect to the Internet. So why hasn't that happened everywhere? What's largely because engineers are very clever in figuring out work around her problems. There have been a few temporary measures that have extended the useful life of I P V four, despite the growing number of connected devices. So remember when I mentioned that I P addresses could be divided up by classes based on how many bets are dedicated to the network address versus the host address. Well, there's also something called classless inter domain routing or C I D, R or cider, the Internet Engineering Task force. Introduced C i D. R in 1993 as a way to simplify how data moved through routers on the Internet and to extend the useful life of I P V four. And mostly has to do with the big draw back of the class full system. So the smallest allocation of addresses using the class full system is 256 addresses, which Is a pretty small number when you remember how many devices need more than one I P address. So That's the most addresses that eight bits can support. If you were in that class If you moved up a class, suddenly the number of I p addresses you would get or for This particular class would go from 2 56 to 65,536. There's no in between there you go to 56 to 65,536. That's a huge number. That's more than what most organizations need. For the devices. They're connecting through their networks. So there was no way to step between those two. From a protocol standpoint, you either ended up with too few addresses where people were not gonna be able to connect their machines properly to too many addresses Where a whole bunch we're just going to go unused and wasted. And that was a real issue. That's when C I D R was able to solve this problem. It was a new method to step around it rather than to find networks and hosts by Ock texts for bites. You know sequences of eight bits. It divides networks into variously sized sub nets. So when setting up a network engineers Kaname for a range of addresses that best suits the organization's needs. And not go beyond that. Now you have to have a go for consecutive addresses. If you're using C I d our notation. Otherwise, you have to keep using the notation repeatedly. I think it's pretty messy. We used the idea notation to represent I P addresses in this way. If you've ever seen what looks like an I P address, followed by a slash and then a decimal number. You've likely seen an example of C I d our notation. The decimal number represents the number of leading one bits in the routing mask. Essentially, it's a shorthand notation to express the range of addresses represented in a network and it's not limited. DOC Tex the way class full representation was one big benefit of sea idea or was that fewer I P addresses would go to waste unused. If you were setting up a large but not giant, enormous network you could set up a range of I P address is sufficient to meet your needs without going overboard by tens of thousands of excess addresses. Which in turn meant that those unused addresses could be freed up for other networks, and it allowed for a better distribution of I P addresses. In other words, another solution is Network address translation or in 80. Net. It's a set of rules that allows a single device. Back to sort of a liaison between a specific network and the Internet. So remember, the Internet is a network of networks. So a device like a router could act as the gateway between your local network. One that just has a bunch of computers directly communicating with one another, and then everything else out there on the Internet, so I'll use my office as an example. When I log in from how stuff works. All traffic between the Internet and my computer passes through our company's net router. First, the router has a range of I P addresses that ultimately come from I A in a You have to go up a couple of levels several levels as it turns out, but I am a ultimately.
"eighties" Discussed on The Old Man's Podcast
"Didn't have MTV it was on regular TV and it was called Friday night videos. They would just be like an hour late night. On Friday night. They'd play all kinds of music videos and stuff and I remember like staying up for that to see which ones they were gonNA play and stuff, and that was a that was a big deal to. But you're talking about CDs I remember. my mom got had a ninety. What was that was like a ninety one, ninety, two Honda Accord and it had a CD player in it and man I thought that was that was like the coolest thing I remember by it I think I think the first CD I ever bought was Steve Miller's greatest hits which I know is like Early you know that before. But yeah, right. Right. Right. But like I just thought that that was the coolest. CD's Stephen. Steve. Miller's greatest hits and I just remember moon roof back on the Honda core. Jam In this, the the CD player like as loud as you could but you know I mean now it's funny because now that I'm forty-seven I, I collect vinyl, right like I kind of fell back into that. You know that whole trend how that kind of came back and stuff too because there's just so much nostalgia with with listening to vinyl. Man. I'm so mad at myself. So once we started getting CDs I. Got Room. So garage sales and I had a bunch I had a I had a lot left and and my older brother had a lot left to kind of how I started. But then now you know like I said now it's kind of a retro thing. So now you know you can find record stores and there's record store day and there's all kinds, online places, the order records or go to yard sales and stuff too. So yeah. So it's kind of a fun little little hobby I haven't bought a music CD. I. Don't know if I have in the two thousands I mean it's been strictly streaming music at this point, right? When I started listening to vinyl again, like I don't know five ten years ago whatever. But when I started listening to vinyl again, what I, what I realize was that you miss the experience of the whole album, right? Because everything's like streaming whether you know Pandora or whatever where it's just here's this guy's hit and then here's this person's hidden and here's this fans hit right like the whole experience of the album in like looking at the album in the artwork and reading the lyrics and and to the saw like yeah, it's kind of like a yeah, that's you sit like you know you you don't listen to. A whole side of an album that flip it over and listen to the other side south, and so it's just kind of more of a experience. So like I said, sometimes you know pour pour yourself a bourbon and sit down with record. It's a it's a that's a Good Friday night for me. Well I'll. Be, side the album BC's irs, their stories to be told about about the great hits like Rod Stewart's Maggie the wake up Maggie that's all right Maggie. Maggie May. That's b-side song that it was kind of a throwaway and the ambig- hit. APPs absolute. Great Stories. Hey, what was concerts? Like did the kids your age when you were in high school counselors? You know what? Like my a my parents were pretty protective of those kinds of things I think. So I didn't really start going to concerts until probably upper high school. So like senior year but then when I went to college I, really. Fell in love with live music and stuff, and so met my older brother worked at a club I went to Missouri State he owned a or worked at managed a club in there and so like when I was like nineteen and twenty I could get in and just really kind of fell in love with live music music shows and stuff. So So, tons tons of live music and concerts in my twenties more so than like when I was a teenager. The. I think the super giant concert. The Stadium Concerts was earlier on his seventies and the eighties I think we. Still Super Concerts right but we saw more small than us. Enjoy the music, the shell, and all that I don't know. Talking if I making sense I, saw I remember. I. Think it was. Why was it hedy eight something like it was as late eighties I think Bush stadium had the. Who? they were on their final tour. And Thirty years later, they're still on their final. Are Can't wrap that out. Yeah, exactly. So yeah. That was one of the I saw. I. We went to soldier field when I was in college and saw the grateful dead. That was the big stadium. Yeah. I've been tuned stuff, but it's so much more. The stadiums are fun but I've always enjoyed the smaller. Venues suffers feels a little more personal and stuff like have you been to the pageant? Have you been? God. Many many many times. Yeah. Love like music there. There's not a bad. No matter where you're at, you can see real well feels real intimate and stuff that sounds real. Good stuff. So yeah, I love. I. Haven't been the nearly as many live concert probably in the last fifteen years as I'd like to. But anytime, I. Go to the pageant. It's always a good time call how about cinema in A. What we're? Watching. You know like all the Alba, stereotypical eighties, teenage movies and stuff right so you know fares Buehler's Day off and throw in sixty candles, breakfast club and all of those things. Around Com. Is that when the ROM coms came out started coming out as. Yeah like I said, I was more I just comedies and action right? So like any anything with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Stallone or or die hard series John Claude van Damme Yeah. Sure remember remember die hard in the theater like that was that was experience and stuff. So yeah all all those those eighties action heroes and stuff those were all cool. That was real. That was a good time to be I, know there's no such thing as a bad time to be alive I guess maybe outside of the plague but right so now but. Yeah, that was that was some fun stuff whatever you and I always we always had that discussion about John Wayne. Versus. Clint Eastwood. John You were the duke and then I was like now Eastwood's I like John Wayne but in your in your the opposite, you're like, yeah, I like Eastwood John Wayne's the guy and stuff so and you get John. Wayne Guy. yes. Yes. But it were boomers. For whatever reason Clint Eastwood did not make the Buhler top number one. Yeah, he's crazy. He's still he's still making movies. Sometimes, literally making them either director. Guy Some style. I. Hope you all enjoy that stroll down memory lane and hope a few memories of your own popped up in your brain. Remember an upcoming episode I want to have a listener stories. So please send your listener stories to Mike Email. That's the old man's email at Yahoo Dot com your old man's email at Yahoo Dot com. In the next episode, WE'RE GONNA finish up this conversation with genetics in the episode that.
"eighties" Discussed on The Old Man's Podcast
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"eighties" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"And keep in mind, the midway team that made NBA jammed the main mortal combat. All these guys are from Chicago so Michael Jordan saying hey, we want a special verge of NBA Jam with Michael Jordan in a to I mean that's peak. Wild horse to do it, so yes, they made a special version of the game, and they send out on over to him, so he had a special limited edition arcade cabinet. And what's weird is that wasn't just Michael Jordan? It was also Gary Payton who was in yet. He was an NBA Jam Tournament edition very famously with Sean kept on the supersonics, but if you go back to that very first NBA Jam, he's not actually in there. Which is weird thing? Thing? Everybody remembers that that's classic. Sonic's team in thinks that he's an MBA jam one, but he's actually in. What's basically NBA. Jam, too, so yeah, so is Gary Payton, in addition with Michael Jordan, and then the third one was Ken Griffey Junior, which is just another mind trip, so Ken griffey junior new Gary Pain a new Michael Jordan, and they're all the same kind of circle, and they all asked mid way to put them in the game and Midway did. So. Yes, there's a special limited edition version of NBA Jim out there very very very rare, so rare that I worked on the for years have yet to see any video footage photos of, but as far as I know it's real. There's a version out there that has Michael. Jordan, Gary Payton and Ken Griffey Junior in it, and is just crazy to think that something like this exists, and just to add to this whole crazy mythology. Is that Gary Payton of course he got a couple of Arcade Games back in the day, so he still has them. Them, so in his place in California right now right now as we speak, there's an NBA jam version with these three people in it, but Gary has yet to show to anybody, but as far as I. Know It's out there, so that just blows my mind that after all these years. They're still in jam secret. We haven't totally seen. You wrote NBA Jam the Book and and you were trying to get all the information about this secret copy I imagine. So. How hard did you push Gary? PAYDEN and his camp to get access to this mythical machine. Thinking so as far as I knew, was marked Hermel designed with the Game Gary Payden. King of Virginia Michael Jordan. who had copies so I didn't have any kind of couldn't find any kind of linked. Michael Jordan to reasonably ask Ken Griffey Junior but with Gary Payton offended management and they're like Oh. Yeah, this is cool. Let's let's get in touch with Gary. So yeah. She was really cool by then. She said that she was going to check on it, but that never checked on. On it and then I kept like poking Alec Hey. Is there any chance to? Gary can even take picture just acknowledges existence like prove something for the rest of us out there. The Geek out over this so I definitely pushed, but unfortunately no go from Gary. people yet, but I'm I'm really optimistic about it. I think in our lifetimes. We're going to see this amazing at some point. Ran This seems to be a bit of a holy Grail I think this has a really high street value. Turmoil needs to realize that if he just look. What's this thing out there or decides the even finish it and give it the traditional arcades setup that thing could be worse hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not close to a million easily easily and I mean the fan reaction, itself would just be incredible There was a story that was just in the news recently about how marked Mel. Bring the code so that the Pistons would always beat the Bulls. Oh all right, so you're ray on the opening the door to some of the mythology here we got into the secret copy, so yes, all right audience. Let's do this a little bit rapid fire because we're running out of time here and there are so many. Urban Lights in regards to this game. I always heard that the bulls were programmed to choke at the end of games, and that the Pistons the whoever created the game was a Piston Fan, and he made it so that the Pistons would win almost every time. marshmallows diehard Pistons Fan and the Yes that is true. Yes, he did rig that way, so yeah, it's incredible that he did that, but yes he did that. That's amazing I love that. That fan boy aspect of social diehard Pistons Fan, he he beat the Bulls man. So yes, it is true, so but the Bulls were the bulls program to choke, or it was just because whenever they played the Pistons, they were program to lose because the Pistons were actually yeah, so it all came down to that Classic Bulls and Pistons. Rivalry from the late eighties CERMARK, who worked at midway was one of like he was a he came over to. To Chicago, but he's actually from Michigan, and he loved the Pistons so in the late eighties when the Pistons were being. The Bull's Terrell was working Chicago and would love to Brag. He would go around the hallways. bad boys at the other bulls fans in the office and he was the only Pistons. Fan, but then, of course you know things change, and by the early nineties now this is on the way out, and the Bulls are on the way up so marshmallows such big Pistons Fan. He was like man I really want team to win. This is my team, so he? Yeah, he tweaked the code so that if you're playing? Playing the balls of the Pistons in the fourth quarter. The percentages are GONNA quietly change. The code is going to change so that skype in for example will start to brick shots more and Isaiah Thomas and bill laimbeer they'll start to make their shots more, and it's all to go teeter totter, and it's going to go more in the way of the Pistons. But that was just what trump did and he kind of snuck that in there, and then it came many years later, and then it's popping up again in the recently oh. It's funny as bad. That's the really famous instance, but he also did it again in NFL blitz. Blitz so he plays the lions. That's the team to play as easily aligns sats. Yeah, so that they're better than other teams. So I'm not a hardcore NFL blitz fish out of the way I am NBA Jam, but I would venture to guess that is absolutely real. That's think he would do all right. I'm moving into a new place in building out a game room and I decided there to standard arcade. Console Games said I need to have in my house. NBA Jam. NFL blitz up so I'm just plugging away my iphone notes..
"eighties" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"eighties" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast
"Don't WanNa hear me trying to sing luther. This and my words are really. I can't even follow that at thought. That'd be a good one. Yeah I'm I'm sue. I'm going to follow it but I can't follow that because that were is interesting because I mean one you know the songs and we did with the arrangement but to you know when you think of the eighties you know you do. I mean we've got eighties of soul. Rb clearly can escape. Luther and I think part of the bad rap that the jets and there's no slight to lose of a genius and Luther is just a luther style and what he was known for where the ballots and and the sufficient you know this visitation and so it gives this kind of like adult thing. But it's really just it's just it was just really really really sophisticated beautiful music. Lee and her dad in a while again the so. How.
"eighties" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast
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"eighties" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast
"One all right ladies and gentlemen so Special Week because this is the third of three by so 'cause while celebrate is somebody would say you have your love man and I own our our three zero three zero. So don't get confused. I'm sorry and we have sober. Fato sobre of with does house one more GIN and Janice we said. This is the three by three. Bt G bridging the DAD podcast when grown folk music and we have been on a ride we started in the sixties talking about the soul so the sixty three songs from each one of us that we think Really told the tale of the decade. You may agree. You may not doesn't matter we're having fun. And then we did the same thing for the seventies. So guess what we're GonNa do the eighties. This week will now wait a minute. I think we're close to your kind of. You're kind of eighties. Bape SORTA yeah nineteen eighty seven. When I was born for some of this stuff. You know I was around for so I'm getting excited getting closer and closer to to my existence. A Oh gracious yeah. That was a very very again as you know. This is Not Nephew Tommy actual nephew and I'm not gonNA put them on Front Street. But I remember the day very very well in October. Nineteen I seven which some will count as black Monday But I was a senior in high school and Very very much into music and I don't know we may get some picks That maybe from my high school years but I also ask them picks that are from earlier in the decade and I know last week we did Seventies. We kind of stayed. I don't think we did anything after nine hundred and seventy-five which I don't know if that was intense. I don't think it was intentional. But as we discussed at the end of the show you know when you think of the seventies you've got a lot of folks you've got of course in rb soul but then towards the middle of the decade you have a huge onslaught of disco and I don't know if it was if it was that we were thinking. Some salt were disco songs. And we just didn't I don't know but it was really interesting that yeah we did nothing to nineteen seventy five. So I'm really really interested to see what the picks are this week. I I know my three and Speaking of which And then we'll get right to the show but there's a couple of things I wanted to put out there into the atmosphere that we will hopefully be doing in the weeks to come that will get More of the audience involved but one of the things that we like to do. Let's see I'm gonna see everything reverse okay. I so one of the things that I'd like to do is for us to start I don't know if we wouldn't be like gambling wouldn't be like a pool but I'd like to hear from the audience to see you know. I think we're GONNA set something up where You all try to guess in what are picks are GonNa be so give you a few days ahead. You'll know what the topic is and the person that comes. The closest Lewin apprise now prize will be. It'll be fun And maybe it's something we can do while we're on the air you know see who's come. Who's the closest and let me see? Let me try this again. Okay yeah everything's now over there this last night where we started the show over there. You'll see that lovely. Gm Logo and a whole bunch of black space and we talk about maybe one day. We'll have a third gas which we will. We will provide times for tests So won't just be US too but other thing sealed space. There's a lot of space over there a lot of black space. If you have a business you know or project some Lonzo with the GM brand consider Betas sponsor. We put your logo dare and when we talk everybody. We saying yellow goes see Louisiana. So the something. We're going to try to roll out in the weeks to come. And but yes. We are actively seeking sponsors. Yeah you know that landed with what we do clearly? If you're there might be some things that don't matter but you know you're only fans might not Pete Satan to nevertheless we are doing that so without any further ado as they say in show Bizz. I'll we're going to get to this thing and At first of all So Bravo love. Sweatshirt him on then. That's really cool is a freedom at says freedom but then there's a price tag on it so for free right stain with don't dislike wall anyway. I've got this journal. Would you always have a cool stuff? Step might will have the cool the cool shirts and probably other things. So let's get to it. We are talking about the soul of the nineteen eighties and I always love to hear from from Broth. I I get really excited. I don't again how this works. I don't know I have no idea what he's about to bring so So what do you have for surfers? I up okay So this one. This one is a battle between two songs artist And this is. This is an old to my mother. Your sister the artist is Tina. Marie the first one I was GONNA choose with Portuguese love but it hasn't Latin Kinda like underpinning. What about you know last week but I decided four? My mother that that the first one would actually be out on a limb star child That's nineteen eighty-four. This is her second album. I think she was originally with with with their Gordian Brexit just on. It's on ethic. The first album she dropped was actually the actually flopped with them But then this means when she came back and and Start trying to. I'm turned out to be highest selling album that she that she did. I mean I just love the way song comes in like she approaches everything and she wrote in produce most of her albums by herself This much soul coming from some from her I can doesn't my is that I I'm thinking is ally Malone by star child. I hear I can hear my mother seeing the song so he gave me the thing. The is very cool and we'll talk a little bit about The Great Teena Marie after we check out a little bit of loam out on a limb Was the Swede Him. Begin to expand your smile just slam. What.
"eighties" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Eighties in nineteen what is that a nine anyone is seven nine with Steve Miller band people call me phone call me the gangster because almost yeah he and we just we'll be right back on the radio when I was seven nine one sunny one oh seven nine traffic.
"eighties" Discussed on V103
"Eighties you know more than anyone else those things didn't just fall into your lap you made it all happened by staying on your grind and work for and now it's time let's stay farm do the work of protecting with your own personal state farm agent because they understand just how much your home and car meeting and will always be that help you when you need state farm here to help the hustle go right in here to help life go right.
"eighties" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"Came out of this chinese game took tiles like a game that was played in back rooms in chinatown and orange county asian game and they never had anything like that in the in the early poker clubs in the in the in the eighties chinese promoter approached the normandy casino and proposed bringing this game in and they got the city to to license and it was a huge they had a little room which was formerly the library roman card club and it was about the size of small swimming pool and on opening night it was still to capacity with people literally hanging on each other to play this game and just unbelievable and ended up spreading all the other clubs in in california is it still played sides pan guinea is still played out in the california clubs yeah i think they call pan pan so when i talk to people from california who have come east where i am i i live in boston and i travel a lot and people say they're from california i always say oh do you play poker and many of the people who came from los angeles and san francisco knew absolutely nothing about all of these poker rooms i'm wondering if there were restrictions on how the casinos could advertise were they barred from having big billboards or having some kind of pr other than what they did or is it just that people may not be paying attention good advertising restrictions on sign on the outside it clubs that were part of the gardena city ordinance i think that you know one point started using some pretty elaborate size like you know animated signs even that lit up and show to sequence and someone dealing cards or something like that they they make stuff that you could just have the name of your club on the outside and then they were high restrictions on the size as they wanted to hide these these big neon signs up high enough that you could see him on the freeway would came in town the they movies taught pushing the limits of that they couldn't advertise in newspapers study i didn't come around so you early nineties the la times started to run for the the normandy i mean it's just in la campaign snare tend to television commercials for the card clubs again.
"eighties" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Eighties mid seventies tomorrow now what's going to happen there's going to be a weak front that'll come in so it's not produce any precept but overnight it'll push us down into the low sixty so we'll get a car bomb it or now if you're driving you're probably hovering in the upper sixties to near seventy tomorrow morning it'll be a little different tomorrow afternoon a little different but not bad mid seventies about seventy six and then the weekends still holding on with fingers crossed to the middle eighties and lots of sunshine maybe some clouds by sunday afternoon but right now looks gorgeous might get into the mid nineties monday i think a little hot on that but right now i think low to mid nineties are tangible on monday with a mix of clouds and sunshine the bottom line is michael we are getting into a runaway either here that i think is well deserve everybody's been wondering where the summertime temperatures are well here they are and i think it's going to hang on probably through the upcoming weekend still later sunday the clouds will be on the increase i do think any showers are do commando probably hold off until after sunset that's my guess right now sometimes that far out that's all it is mark simone seinfeld he's got to try out some stuff calls up stand up new york they said nobody here tonight so he went on his twitter stand of new york in thirty minutes fifty people are sitting there in the audience new york he's always a headline ahead until noon seven ten w o r to save an additional ten percent off your first year now more of the first morning news seventeen w o r five oh five here on your thursday or you feeling lucky today your first morning news get your.
"eighties" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Go started inauguration isn't it justice stuck up version of version not everything is surreal some things are merely strange or otter some other similar adjective going gear college reunion and seeing how old everyone looks isn't surreal it's just kind of sad and a little funny you know it's not funny anymore john enormous it would be great if everyone would stop saying that unless you're talking about say cancer what everyone please stop referring to the toxins in people's bodies a malignant tumor is a toxin the bacteria lining your intestines are not they're supposed to be there similarly could people stop calling other people toxic pol pot was toxic but you're cranky mailman isn't he's just annoying could we lose have a good one and go back to have a good day or better goodbye regarding it's all good not all of it is good some of it it's tragic as for sad events let us quit saying get over it it's to mean we're trying to get over it deep plane is a word that the airline industry made up like jet way to make airplane travel sound efficient and glamorous unless for flight attendants we don't have to use that word better to say after we sat on the runway for two fucking hours they cancelled a flight from no fucking reason and we all had to get off the fucking plain thank you so much for cooperating good bye that's the writer in performer jenny allen reading would everyone please stop it's the titled piece in her new collection and you can find everything she's written for the new yorker at new yorker radio dot org.
"eighties" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"And you when a you know i have to ask this you when you left the new yorker in 1998 believe me a river team day and you went to do talk magazine in partnership with harvey weinstein whose let's how great is that correct decision look in rural in the news has even gone beyond that in in recent weeks about harvey weinstein when you look back at that and his behavior what did you see what did you nazi well i did see a man who in business mirrored very much what was happening in private but i just didn't see the private stuff i was more consumed about the business stuff i mean he was a volcanic in a bullying japan's it his guy this i mean you know i've i bitterly regretted going to to what with him pretty much immediately because of that profanity and erotic nece of his that was he threatening he could be very intimidating yes if he didn't get his own way very very intimidating and you know he was right from wrong having said that i went to what with him because he's work had been up to that point extremely good you know what i saw was the english patient and and you know and shakes should learn love and my left foot and my beautiful launderette pretty much every movie that i love had been produced by by miramax yet good taste in wonderful taste and i said okay rough diamond in igor of my father was in show business i'm used to the rough diamond film producer i told that's what he was rough dahman film produce a barnum us you know generous barnabas vulgar but but with great taste boy was i rome about that.
"eighties" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"You know how he couldn't get alone anywhere and how he was in the middle of this ugly divorced you know with the vonnas us so he then turned obviously against us and he was so angry with marie that about six months later at a dinner party at dinner at a benefit that she went to after a barbra streisand movie she was sitting having dinner and have black blacktie table and she suddenly feel something went on her back and she looks around and she sees the way killings maybe he spilled a drink then she sees donald trump with a sneaky expression on his face like aiming off the other end of the room sort of holding a drink and realize that he'd pulled wind old on her back and then split so that was who donald trump was then you could argue what who don't trump is now i think you could easily or can you we're thinking about at one point writing about hillary clinton and i wonder how you view her now well i mean hillary clinton seems to become the sort of walking paradigm of what happens to women when they compete in a in a way it does seem like the most grotesque irony that that the most qualified person in in a you could possibly imagine for the job loses out to the guy who comes in with a swinging shall we say selfconfidence and walks into it with a big load of lonnie you know what does it tell you i well it's what happens to women a great deal less what it tells you that's the irony it heralds felt the do think that to happen to you ever at any point i think the what i learned in my career is that a woman has to be gold for a silver situation if you know what i'm saying is that women have to just be so much better to be considered and work so much harder to be considered.
"eighties" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"And i get a telegram from saudi kilogram a telegram as we know that dramatic telegram as well is to happened in those days distant inviting me from the annual gray gardens fiesta and i was sort of stunned by it and deeply set of i'm not really knowing what i should have done uh i i'd concluded that it what i should have done and what i then did always was give her an early heads up i should have center the magazine before anybody else or it so that you know you get you have to prepare the hahas if i care quote you don't want to be courts said a redfaced and sweating when at the same time the magazine arrives said i learned i learnt from that not to do that there are so many figures that waltzed through the pages of this dire that her memorable but the one that you have to read now in retrospect as even more memorable is donald trump who is a clown figure in those days you you went to any number of social occasions where he was there how did he look to you then and in retrospect did you have any idea that this could possibly happen when i first encountered him actually at a dinner that i'm getting the socialite for san francisco hosted i think it was an in a he just published the art of the deal and i'd actually extracted in parody fair and he was sitting sort of why because i like the i thought this is authentic bullshit plus what i thought that there is such a thing this is this something but guiling about this voice at me you know it was like he was you know the creature of trump tower he seemed to represent a pit in my eyes the whole brosse craziness of the time and he was his book that was just like being buttonholed by this utterly uh you know this con man but it was fun to listen to so i like the book in that sense i thought it was authentic.
"eighties" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Aw driven barton were to be interesting to look at the emergence of criminal also an olive leases they're on more profile for this really subversive streams raft especially ensued allies like from one world trade center in manhattan this is the new yorker radio hour this looks like the lex you a nightclub in the 80s action suicides studio fifty four how are we going welcome to the new yorker radio hour i'm david ramnik tina brown by friend and predecessor at the new yorker is a legend in magazine publishing and a force of nature in the very best way i'm just saying this looks like a schrager hotel was my lunch reservation helo brown brown came to the united states in 1983 to takeover vanity fair magazine she'd been running the small but influential british magazine gossipy thing called tatler and very quickly add vanity fair she somehow caught the american zeitgeist of the 80s she mixed glamour and celebrities in glossy photography with serious reporting and intellectual heft in a winning formula that made vanity fair must read later brown went on to edit the new yorker and talk and she founded the daily beast tina brown has just published a chronicle of her first years in the united states and it's called the vanity fair diaries she was not even thirty years old when the adventure starts you weren't happy immediately you arrive in new york on april ten 1983 and you say that you're london bravado almost immediately began to evaporate what was your sense of the city and why did you bravado which i've never known to event i was absolutely mowed down by the velocity of new york i mean i realized the sudden ladies reagan 80s reagan new york uh you know i arrived for my job interview just before christmas when the stores are just sort of a light with a materialistic thumbing commerce you know and and christmas lights sudden holiday blablabla coming up me in a then i take over an unjust the velocity of at the sort of american media machines to seemed to me so big uh i mean county nice felt like.