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"eighty seven quarter" Discussed on Otro Boleto Podcast
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"eighty seven quarter" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"Back in the states in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven quarter album Miss Calypso these Yankee girls give me a big black roots law the the basis of girls ain't lip so good to see what she also ends writing for television is a journalist playwright and poet she becomes friends with writers like Rosa Guy James Baldwin it she attends a speech of Dr Martin Luther King Junior's in Harlem spiritually around the concert of the inequality of man she ends up different Dr King and then on her the eighth birthday Dr Martin Luther King The apostle of non-violence and the civil rights movement has been shot to death in Memphis Tennessee place rushed thirty nine year old Negro leader to a hospital where he died of a bullet wound in the neck she's devastated just this yeah that's Angela from the twenty sixteen documentary and still I rise her grief makes her relapse into a condition from her childhood volunteering museum and fell into jess disc convenient dinner friend Baldwin steps in and Family about five days James came to me at Bam lamb lamb it opened this door at Kanda police Open the door and he came and he saw this really unkempt madhouse was a mess and I ve always left a pretty house he said take a shower put some clothes on taking somewhere he took her to a dinner party at the home of cartoonist Jules pfeiffer and his then wife Judy and Berlin asked me town a little bit about your grandma tell us a little bit about Stamps Arkansas so I started by saying in Arkansas racism was so prevalent back people to any vanilla ice cream and so may everybody laugh and asked me tell us until another the next day judy for calls her friend and editor at Random House Robert Loomis and she tells loomis the Angelo is a gripping storyteller for many years later and in nineteen eighty six interview with Terry Gross on Fresh Air Angela recalls that conversation she had with Loomis who phoned me a number I and I said no Robert loomis I said no I'm not I'm not interested until he said to me well Ms Angelou I guess it's just as well that you don't attend and this book because two right autobiography as literature is almost impossible say Pat AH will in that case I'd better time and try. She did in Winston Salem North Carolina where she lived she would rent a room at the books town in hotel her only niece and archivist Rosa Johnson took me the we are at the historic rooks down in a hotel here in whistle Salem where Dr End it would come to do her writings and we are Johnson says their outward winner room for the entire time she was writing he was early Eiser so she'd probably be down here at six o'clock in the morning maybe 'til afternoon and come home and have lunch she had a ritual and we'll see check in here she would have the staff take any paintings drawings off the walls 'cause she would have her sorrows her Bible Abolish Sherry and a yellow pad so with her Bible her thesaurus her bottle of Sherry and Yellow Pad Angelo found her mind settling on her earliest memories when I was three and Bailey four we had arrived in the musty little town wearing tags on our wrist which instructed to Whom It may concern that we were marguerite and Bailey Johnson junior from Long Beach California in Route to stamps Arkansas in care of Mrs Anne Henderson this is where life begins for my Angelo born Marguerite Johnson for the first several years over life she along with her brother Bailey raised by her grandmother that's Mrs Anne Henderson and Uncle Willie Henderson owns the only store in the black section of town Joann Gavin runs the furious flower poetry center at James Madison University she also teaches Angelo's work in her English class and so we should take to stamps Arkansas we can see the fear that unusual willy has to go through a half is to hide in a vegetable bin to avoid the Ku Klux Klan from the side of the Store Bailey am I heard him say my Anne tell Willie he better lay low tonight and crazy NIGGA messed with the white lady today some of the boys are becoming over here data even after the slow drag of years I remember the sense of fear which filled my mouth with hot dry air and in my body light she knew early on that because of racism black people were hated T- briefly leaves her life in stamps father shows up and takes her baby delivered their mother in Saint Louis Marguerite was almost eight years old and it is here that she's raped by her mother's boyfriend in the man is arrested put on trial and found guilty and the day after the trial he was killed possibly by her uncle's this is the first time Angela doc as mute just my brand carrying my words out might poison people and they curl up and die like the black fat slugs the only pretended I had to stop talking after five years of not speaking reading is what eventually helped the writer speaker again among the Arthur she read was Paul Laurence Dunbar his point sympathy would inspire the title for I know why the caged bird sings that she would write decades later I would like to read the Dunbar poem if I may Professor Emeritus from the College of William and Mary Joanne Braxton I know what the caged bird feels of us when the sun is bright on the upland slopes braxton wrote about Angela autobiography and Black Women outta biography a tradition within a tradition she identified with that caged bird with this tremendous impact Balls to fly to be free of that cage and while there were many ways in which she could not escape the immediate oppressions of her environment she could test them through imaginary flights of Literature I know why the caged bird sings was released in nineteen sixty nine prior to nineteen seventy six doesn't play a role in who was allowed to tell the story of being black in America Selwyn Kajo professor of African studies at Wellesley College if you look at all the major about was beat federick painted or printed or published or furious flower Executive Director Joanne Gavin. There were very few autobiography graphical pieces that I knew of by black women and so my Angelou's was among the first the power of Angeles the story is that she is a black woman but the early black woman tradition wrote it comes into being in the nineteen seventy now significantly enough by nine thousand nine hundred seventy you have my Angelou I know why the cage but things we have Louis Marijuana's intensive daddy was the numbers run a nine hundred seventy alice walker the third life of grange grange coupon and of course it ended of course in that very same year with Michel what is his very powerful work black macho and the mid of the civil engineers but demonstrates all the forces of black women still grapple with and what some intersection today Kimberly Crenshaw form the theory to describe how are overlapping social identities relate to structures of racism and oppression she's already talking about intersection -ality we just didn't have the terminology that Kimberly.
"eighty seven quarter" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"Don't do a whole new period. It do it like a quarter change. So in the cheese patriots game. Chiefs just scored late to tie it. They kick off to the patriots patriots basically start that drive time expires. You wanna flip side of the field or something to make it feel like the end of a quarter. Go ahead and do that. But basically just extend the game you have untimely have play clock. But you have on timed football until the scores tied. I'll say this. Everyone hates overtime. And no fence. I've yet to hear a good solution. Yours included. Can I have everyone throws? I I've heard one I have heard one solution over the last couple of days that I liked one only I've had nothing that like can I give mine just in case. Same one. So as it is now if the patients would have kicked a field goal. The chiefs would have gotten the ball just let each team possess the ball of the patriots. Why? Like, there's only one I've liked so far just. Flip the coin and play a fifth quarter a fifteen minute quarter. If the game is tied after fifteen minutes play six quarter guests whose idea that was six years ago who Bill Belichick. Okay. That's why genius. I'm look I'm open to that over this only going to happen in the postseason. You ain't gonna do that in the regular season. I agree with you in the regular season ties. Don't even have the overtime who cares. But in both of those games game over okay, flip a coin. You want to defend you at the ball. We'll take it. And you play fifteen minutes to the buzzer. If you're tied that you're gonna play six quarter in toll. There is a buzzer. And there's no tie. You'll get there. Eventually. I don't know about that. I think you would have to in the sixth quarter, go to something as agree. Something of a if the players are dead, the coaches will adjust and do something to you could I'll say this Jimmy because because of my like laundry list of forty rules that are that are just stupid in the NFL. The roster sizes are way too small in the NFL if you expanded the Rosser size to fifty three players, and you could actually rotate some guys in then you'd be beyond fifty three wealth. It's Forty-six on game days start. Let's let's start with Dr psychiatrist fifty s everyone. But yeah, it's I mean where they play player safety is why they tell you. They can't do that. And there is some to that. But of course, the NFL forces everyone to play Thursday night football. So that's what they think players in the playoffs. You can play eighty seven quarters. It doesn't matter. If you told the NFL that they do your idea, but they have to clear everyone out of the. Stadium and then resell tickets for overtime only. They do they could open that revenue stream they'd be they'd be in there. We've recap last week enough. I should have told you that top. We're going to we'll get into all of the prop bets next week. We have a regular show few next week. We'll go through all the props from player props to team props to the nonsense with the anthem and the coin flip and all the other stuff. Halftime Adam LeVine, blah, blah, blah. We'll do it all next week. We're going to give you a little taste this week. We'll throw a couple at you before we do that. Let's we're gonna just do a quick review of how we did in. Our pre gay preseason shows where we did some predictions for the season. We're going to start quickly here. We'll do this fast. We each took a flyer on a team to get to the Super Bowl. Gary. You had the Atlanta Falcons. I did. I I was confused. I thought it was twenty two one for the Super Bowl to be played in Atlanta. So you taking the chance. One odds. And I thought that was a great value that that the game would be played in the city was scheduled to be playing. Now Scott's very passionate about the overtime roles and the replay he wants this official here, and let's do this because he had the saints going to the Super Bowl at winning winning the Super Bowl sixteen sixteen to one. So you would have a nice little chance right now if there was a pass interference, right?.
"eighty seven quarter" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"I really want. Oh, yeah. All right. When we come back. We're going to do that stick around, folks. This is AM nine seventy the answer. Sixty eight degrees and cloudy. What's going on? We have the answer. People living at a Niger housing complex in. The Bronx are upset as they say rats have taken over there unit tenants at the clemency complex posted videos, showing the large rats running around in their kitchens. Every day wake up Muzy rats. Not even license toilets, man. We're not gonna pay rent or something. This gusting residents claimed the animals are almost as big as full grown cats. A mother tells NBC four New York that Iraq recently bit her one-year-old Niger has put out a statement apologizing to tenants and saying they're working to get rid of the animals. There will be a fleet of new buses taking passengers over the governor. Mario Cuomo bridge the Hudson link will travel over the structure and within the I two eighty-seven quarter starting at the end of the month. Governor Andrew Cuomo says thirty one state of the art buses will be added to the fleet of vehicles helping with the service officials estimate the Hudson link will have an annual ridership of more than four hundred thousand people police in Tennessee are investigating the deaths of five people in a possible murder suicide Maury county sheriff Buckey Roland says the dead in Columbia are a mother and her four children Roland says they don't believe there is any other suspect at large, but they're going to do a thorough investigation to make sure. Checking sports the brewers shut out the LA dodgers in game three of the league championship series, Milwaukee. Now leaves the series two games to one checking your Tri state traffic, southbound van wicked Atlantic avenue, a crash in the center lane, George Washington Bridge, outbound upstairs, three lanes closed for construction lower level of stall now know not to go your weather forecast overnights. Going to remain cloudy with showers, low forty six mostly sunny, Tuesday, high fifty six Wednesday, mostly sunny, high fifty eight forty seven on Thursday with mostly sunny skies. I majored Horizonte am nine seventy the answer. One eighty over one. And.
"eighty seven quarter" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"If you were hit with an emergency expense and needed to come up with four hundred dollars right away right now, could you do it if you don't have the money in savings? Is there someone you could borrow that money from? Or is there something could sell to get it? This is the indicator where everyday we tell you a short story about the economy. I'm Stacey Vanik Smith and I'm Garcia. There has been a decent amount of good news about the economy in the last few years actually more than a decent amount is ways as climbed two point, seven percent, the unemployment rate mass. The fifty year low ABC strongest talked to a year since nineteen eighty-seven quarter GDP, holy cow better than expected up two point. Three percent Americans are feeling better and better about their job opportunities and their overall finances. But if you take a closer look at those finances, you'll see the surprising number of people are not prepared for a sudden shock. And this matters not just because it's obviously bad if people can't pay to fix their car when they get in a crash or if they can't pay a hospital Bill when they get. Really sick. It also matters because it means that a lot of Americans are just a single missed paycheck away from being in serious financial trouble. They depend on the economy staying healthy to pay their bills. So if the economy takes a bad turn and they maybe lose their job, they'll be the first ones to suffer today on the show three indicators that show us how prepared or unprepared Americans are to deal with unexpected expenses support for the indicator in the following message come from Wunder capital. The easiest way to invest in large-scale solar energy projects across the US. You can earn up to seven point five percent annually while helping finance renewable energy projects at wonder, capital dot com slash indicator support also comes from swell investing impact investing platform, invest in high growth companies of the future, innovating in clean water, renewable energy, and medical breakthroughs claim a fifty dollar bonus through swell investing dot com. Com slash indicator. Once a year, the Federal Reserve publishes the results of something called the shed that stands for the survey of household economics, and decision making. It's a survey of thousands of American adults, and there's a category of questions in the survey. That's all about how well Americans can deal with unexpected expenses. One of the questions about how to deal with an unexpected, four hundred dollar expense just for context. The average car repair Bill is between five and six hundred dollars, and the median cost of a major unexpected. Medical Bill is about twelve hundred dollars. So it's like four hundred dollars is an unusual not of money for people to need in an emergency and indicator. Number one is forty percent last year, roughly four out of ten American adults could not have paid for a four hundred dollar expense with their cash savings. And of course, savings is not the only option for getting your hands on money if you need it. There are other ways to pay for sudden expense. You could borrow money from friends or family member. You can sell something. You can use a credit card and pay that down over time. But. Even those options aren't enough for everyone about eleven percent of American dolts simply could not come up with the four hundred dollars at all. Not with family, not with credit cards, nothing in less. They used money that they were already using to pay other bills like rent. And by the way, eleven percent actually represents a huge number that it'd be about twenty seven million American adults. So that's emergency ready indicator. Number one indicator number two is twenty seven percent or about a quarter of American adults. That's how many people last year would have skipped paying for some kind of medical care because they could not afford it. The most common types of care that people skipped were dental work, visiting the doctor and even prescription drugs. And yes, this actually plies even some people with health insurance, those you'd expect the numbers, much higher for people without health insurance. An indicator number three isn't about a new emergency. It's about people's ability to pay for this month. Spills indicator. Number three is twenty two percent. That is how many America. Were not able to make full payment on some of their bills in the month that they took. The survey about half of these people were not able to make their credit card payments about a third of them were not able to pay a Bill related to their home. So that could be a mortgage or rental payment or their energy Bill. And for all of these indicators, the people who are the least prepared to whether a sudden financial storm tend to be lower income, and they tend to not have college degrees. So to give just one example here of people who make less than forty thousand dollars a year, about four out of ten of them skipped getting some kind of medical care last year for people who made more than one hundred thousand dollars a year. It was less than one at ten. So what are these indicators telling us? They're telling us that an awful lot of Americans, maybe you or maybe your friends or your neighbors, your family are in a precarious position more than you'd expect given the momentum the economy's had. Lately, there is some good news here, which is that these numbers have been gradually getting better since five years ago when the first survey was started, there are. Fewer people who would struggle to come up with this four hundred dollars and fewer people who've been skipping healthcare expenses, but is a survey also shows even with that improvement, there's a troubling number of adults who are still vulnerable to the ups and downs of the economy and the economy's been in the up phase for about eight years now, but the down phase will arrive if it arrives too soon, it's gonna hurt. A lot of people who are just one car accident or miss paycheck away from serious financial hardship. Stacey wanna talk about this just a little bit more. I don't think a lot has to happen for somebody to face a four hundred dollar emergency Bill weren't when you surprised by any of this. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the four hundred dollars surprises me a lot because I don't know, are of he's been doing really well and the unemployment numbers really low. And I, I did not think we were here. I guess I'm surprised most by the sheer numbers here, right? Like one out of five. Or one out of four American adults facing this kind of a problem if something unexpected comes their way. You know that to me is I think the most surprising thing and the economy cycles, right? I mean, we've been up as for a long time and the idea that like a down phase could happen. All of these people are so close to the line. I mean, that makes it seem like the economy is in a very precarious position to me. It's importing not to confuse the momentum of the economy with like the fragility of all these adults and all these households and were they are like they are super reliant on the economy continuing to improve and if it stops improving. Yeah, they're in a lot of trouble. Hey, it's guy-roger here. Host of high built this and on our latest episode how Mariam Nafisi turned her online stationery store minted into one of the biggest platforms for emerging artists on the internet and in the process transformed and entire industry. 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