17 Burst results for "Ellen Shepherd"

"ellen shepherd" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"ellen shepherd" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Charlie Brennan show with any mark scores. do you have an autograph they found a Sam Clemens signature on the wall I believe it engine Joe's cave in Hannibal yeah I have an autograph from Curt flood it's one a few autographs I have your autograph I do I'm like you I have very few autographs but I met Frank shorter the great marathoner and I had him sign my race use right before the marathon that Iran nice yeah and so that was one of my marathon in seventy two I think yeah and then he came in second in seventy six and he started the Olympic anti doping committee because he lost the marathon to aid doped up yes German yeah actually if I remember that and he was the analyst at one of the Olympics when there was a false runner coming in if your go to you tube and catch that it's really interesting how he. it out to the wrong Brunner was industry of the stadium getting all of the the plot the applause okay so our calls today are you have a famous autograph starting with Marion line one high merry. hello I am a am yogi Berra's sister in law so you lied to be sure that I would have his says signature multiple times I hope you do. Christmas cards right Mary absolutely how are you doing how's everything on the hill well I'm not on the hill I am it I'm is sister in law so his wife Carmen was my sister yes. il yogi was hill guy and she was from the hills Kelso right well merry is so good to hear from you. and any over till it's over we're talking about the Charlie Brennan show with Amy mark scores our next call comes from Tom hi Tom. right right I am Ellen shepherd. Richard astronaut wow all did you work for McDonnell Douglas. all I know about those in office in the navy and shepherd actually wrote a bark so he autographed a book.

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"ellen shepherd" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"ellen shepherd" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

"And a large percent of them have families in every one of them pays taxes. Everyone pays taxes and when my employees pay taxes does it reduces the burdens on your taxes. You're taxing. Everybody else's taxes right so anyway. That's what i'm proud of. What we're now after i left that number grote grew to five hundred fifty people that is amazing and embarked beyond those those jobs and it is inspiring to hear how you look back on that and and that contribution but you've also through your kit designs you have enabled countless bliss people to fly even spire d- millions of others to fly to challenge themselves to build to to push harder <hes> from i'm from a very vegan to spaceship in thirty years is is staggering. I want to say it will be forever unequal but we both hope it. Somebody will equal that one day. Your question was just talking. I don't really have a question. I just acknowledging the fact that you know that you have done so much for this for our world of sport aviation and yeah and i know some things like a big deal to you it does seem like a big deal big into spatial one and doing all these airplanes plans in one a year and whatever <hes> it's almost nothing compared to what this country did to go from flying a monkey on a suborbital flight to having <hes> ellen shepherd playing golf on the moon your hand. You know how how many of you people are aware that the biggest milestone in our lifetimes uh-huh and probably our grandchildren children's lifetimes the biggest milestone fifty year anniversary on saturday. How many how many the people are aware of that okay <hes>. I'm gonna tell you because i i did for a while not so much nowadays but i i did become a a space geek and you know i watched all this happened. The <hes> <hes> the early sub orbital redstone one of the flights happened while i was driving to visit my college rush to see if i should go to school there and i heard it on the radio you know but what what happened between in <hes> nineteen sixty one where my country was embarrassed by being beat by the russians talk about about sputnik and and and you're a garin <hes> what happened in that decade of the sixties geez is so unbelievable and so impossible and you compare compared to what happened after that. It's it's embarrassing by the subject of my talk on saturday in the theater in the woods and my talk tonight at eight o'clock. I'm going to give you some impressions news of what a very astute writer <hes> <hes> his observations observations. <hes> did it five five hours video <hes>. You probably haven't seen it wasn't on c._n._n. Or c._b._s. in those were boring compared to to this this thing and i'm going to talk about <hes> at eight o'clock tonight. It's hard for me to read that to you without crying. It really is heart art and i think you feel that emotion also when you see when you see what happened from the standpoint of a a human perspective and people that were close to what happened on that moon landing that we're celebrating from fifty years ago i. I hope that you'll you'll agree with me that that <hes> we didn't get the right message just watching t._v. And i i wanna share that with you tonight at eight o'clock at the theater where the woods okay well bert if this crowd here in our adventure welcome center is any indication. I'm going to suspect that eight o'clock tonight theater. Peter the woods is going to be packed. <hes> i don't know i hope i hope folk. We'll we'll see that is it's very rare for me to give of a public <hes> humid give a talk <hes> jointly with my brother <hes> we did it at the air force museum <hes> last last year and <hes> and it was it was fun to do well excellent not by the way where he's really mellowed now. He's more than eighty. We were getting along really good now. Now true well bert we are just about up against the time limit for the recognized by the way who did all the systems the engines relation propulsion the pneumatics addicts electricals and so on frisco and he's done a bunch of other things he he will be presenting meaning he will be presenting during my talk on friday at eleven thirty a theater in the woods so so <hes> <hes> sure to be there because he's the smartest guy in the world really is wow coming from units. This is this is it's it's so wonderful to be friends with with people that i thought when i moved up to the backwoods of idaho it it would be different but no there's. There's some there's some phenomenal unbelievable technology going on up there well bert. We are up against the clock. I know you wanted to keep it short and we kept along so we cannot thank you enough for coming down for but thank you so much for for taking some time to join us. People always ask us. What's your favorite episode and they're all our favourite episodes but this one's gonna stand memory for a long long time. This has been a real privilege. We get round of applause late. Indelible bertrand then the.

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"ellen shepherd" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"ellen shepherd" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Was so that's a that's a an interesting little factoid of this but when you think about the astronauts you know the great film to see is the right stuff you've never seen that was so I was just actually as you do that I'll just came out this year Apollo eleven right one of movies that came out and there was a movie about about Neil Armstrong called spaceman yeah with Ryan Gosling so I I kind of going off of what you're saying earlier about kind of people remembering I think there's a little bit of value it too especially when you see entertainment coming out these days AS seeing more and more people kind of turning that respect hopefully I I do hope that I had there was another show that I that I have to bring up because this is crazy and I was not aware of this at all in the mid fifties before even John Kennedy made this this post as president to get to the moon there was a a project called man hi they wanted to do this in the in the infancy of the space program it was still under the auspices of the airforce they want to see how high a week a man can go physically body wise up into the atmosphere into the stratosphere how far can we go in until our body starts to break down will be will we go unconscious or we get delirious and what will we need to to offset those things if we were to go into space two or three guys went up in a helium balloon a hundred thousand feet in a small little comb with myla are on it in some you know and obviously some of you know oxygen and things like that but they went up in a in a in a in the two in a in a hello don't forget planes fly it for thirty six thousand feet these guys were in this small little container like a ten KM a hundred thousand feet up in the air well then there is the guy was this maybe two or three years ago yeah right with Red Bull he went way up but he jumped out well so this guy there's this guy we all should know this guy's name his name is Joseph Kissinger he first went up the first time went to ninety thousand feet then he saw his actually was running out so he brought it down another guy followed him his name was David Simons he went to a hundred thousand other gun in Clifton McClure went to over a hundred thousand he came down his temperature was a hundred eight degrees when he came back to earth hundred eight degrees and he was fine unbelievable so this kid injure who had to abort his mission first after they so we can go up to a hundred thousand feet we could make these the these different allowances he said well that's fine but what happens if we're up there that high and something happens and we have to object this kid you're in nineteen fifty seven or fifty eight goes up when the helium balloon a hundred thousand feet in the air like you're talking with this guy just it and jumps out of the point all of his balloon with a parachute drops a hundred thousand feet when they didn't know what the heck was going to happen I mean the guy that did it now at least they had an idea yeah this guy didn't know if he was going to die if he was going to be unconscious of his head was going to blow off you don't know what was going to have yeah you talk about courage and all this was all done for the sake of knowledge so I urge you all to you we have so much information at our finger tips Google NASA Google you know the space of the space program in the early fifties we go Google man hi Google Apollo eleven Google astronauts but I don't I I'm always I've always been you know interested in this but I I'd learned so much from this three part series that I'd never learned in school and my point was when I was in grammar school in high school when I was in grammar school we were still going to the mall why was my learning about this why wasn't I hearing about the history of buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong in Michael Collins with the first three on that why don't nine know more about John Glenn wanted know about more about Ellen shepherd why didn't know whether they know more about Gus Grissom white nine know about this when I learned about this the same way I learned about George Washington and Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln so we should not take what we hit we accomplished fifty years ago and I wish we would have that same kind of ambition moving forward because I I we seem to be stuck in a rut here in terms of goals and ambitions and I know that you'll Ilan mosque and others are trying to get to Mars but and things like that but it still doesn't feel as as ambitious as an accomplishment to do it for the sake of mankind as opposed to just for the sake of stock price we could be a little more bolder we just think big we need to be more visionary and the space our our space program was an amazing thing fifty years ago this week July twentieth when Ackman Neil Armstrong landed learn as much as you can about this because I swear to god if you do looks things up and watch this show that I was talking about chasing the moon you'll definitely learn something and your eyes will open while Jim Toronto filling in for David plywood back after this no switching.

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"ellen shepherd" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"ellen shepherd" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Actually when Democrats are questioning right now, a Republican is and and picking up your calls when the Republicans on. And and welcome and welcome. And welcome back. Carl in concord, North Carolina, Carl watching free speech, what's on your mind. Glad to talk to you. Thanks for taking my call. I wanted to talk to you just because I'm an employee at UNC Charlotte where we had the shooting last night. All mine. I don't have anything new to add to the shooting. I was actually on campus in lockdown down for a few hours. We couldn't leave. But I just thought this was something you may want to stick around in the back of your mind. Next time you're talking about problems with guns on campus about cross the country. Alex chancellor, Phil DuBois was the president of the university of Wyoming back in nineteen ninety eight back when Ellen shepherd was a student there. The young gay students who got beaten and tortured and left to die and had to take care of all of the trauma on campus. Then and now he's action slur UNC, Charlotte. We're at the point now where this happened so frequently we're having university administrators who are having to deal with multiple times in the course of their careers has. The fourth camp. This is the fourth mass shooting this week. Yeah. Yeah. It it's our first one. Thank goodness. We were prepared for it. They had great warning systems. They are we knew what to do how to minimize it. I mean, you can't prevent this stuff. The best. You can do is try to negate it as best you can buy preparing people. But I just wanted to point out that this has become so common. Nell. We're having actual experienced leaders now going through this sort of thing multiple times, and that's got to take it's toll on the system. Eventually so just wanted to get that out there. So thank you for taking my call. All I, you know, Carl I think it's absolutely bizarre that we live in a country literally the only developed country in the world where mass shootings are happening on a regular basis. And and consider the damage, and I I I'd like to hear your thoughts on what kind of damage this is doing to the students. I mean, when I was a kid going to elementary school in the nineteen fifties we had duck and cover, you know, in the the bell would go off. And and I it was it was not the time. For recess. So we'd all jump onto the desk. And then cover our eyes and ears with our thumbs and fingers, and you know, and and of giggle, you know, I mean it was a game for us. In fact, there was this little turtle doc, Dan, cover this cartoon and Umbrian and. Yeah. And and you know, we we didn't really take it seriously. I mean, some people got kind of freaked out, you know, we're all going to die in a nuclear attack or whatever. But, but you know, not in school. I mean during the drills. That's when people, you know, nobody was freaked out. But I understand that some schools actually bring people in who are like pretending to be shooters in ways that are causing, you know, eight year olds and ten year olds to to just fall apart in tears and freaking out and and having nightmare. I mean, we're inflicting post traumatic stress disorder on tire generation of children. We had definitely are. I mean, I know some of the kids who can through some of this stuff. And when you're told the ages six seven eight adults may come in who want to kill you. And what you need to do is run around in your. Classroom in throw papers. So that the targets are harder to hit yet. Maybe you're sacrificing yourself to save the kid in the next desk over. Yeah, we're doing I I really wonder if these drills aren't causing more problems and more trauma for some of the children. Then if we just didn't train them in the first place, you wonder, how many of these kids are just going to shut down psychologically at.

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"ellen shepherd" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"ellen shepherd" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Actually when Democrats are questioning right now, a Republican is and and picking up your calls when the Republicans are. And and welcome and welcome. And welcome back. Carl in concord, North Carolina, Carl thanks for watching free speech. What's on your mind? I come glad to talk to you. Thanks for taking my call. I wanted to talk to you just because I'm an employee UNC Charlotte where we had the shooting last night. I don't have anything new to add to the shooting. I was actually on campus in lockdown for a few hours. We couldn't leave. But I just thought this was something you may want to stick around in the back of your mind time, you're talking about problems with guns on campus about across the country. Alexander Phil DuBois was the president of the university of Wyoming back in nineteen ninety eight back when Ellen shepherd was a student there. The young gay students who got beaten and tortured and left to die and had to take care of all of the trauma on campus. Then and now, he's air chancellor UNC, Charlotte. We're. The point now where this happened so frequently we're having university administrators who are having to deal with multiple times in the course of Lear careers has a fourth campus. This is the fourth mass shooting this week. Yeah. Yeah. It's our first one. Thank goodness. We were prepared for it. They had great warning systems. They are we knew what to do how to minimize it. You can't prevent this stuff. The best. You can do is try to negate it as best you can buy preparing people. But I just wanted to point out this has become so common. Now, we're having actual experienced leaders now going through this sort of thing multiple times, and that's got to take its toll on the system of intially. So just wanted to get that out there. So thank you for taking my call. All I, you know, Carl I think it's absolutely bizarre that we live in a country literally the only developed country in the world where mass shootings are happening on a regular basis. And and consider the damage, I I'd like to hear your thoughts on what kind of damage this is doing to the students. I mean, when I was a kid going to school in the nineteen fifties we had duck and cover, you know, in the the bell would go off. And and it was it was not the time. For recess. So we'd all jump onto the desk. And then, you know, cover our eyes and ears with our thumbs and fingers, and you know, and kind of giggle, you know, I mean it was a game for us. In fact, there was this little turtle duck, Dan, cover, you know, this cartoon and Umbrian. Yeah. And you know, we we didn't really take it seriously. I mean, some people got kind of freaked out, you know, we're all going to die in a nuclear attack or whatever. But but not in school. I mean during the drills. That's when people, you know, nobody was freaked out. But I understand that some schools actually bring people in who are like pretending to be shooters in ways that are causing, you know, eight year olds and ten year olds to to just fall apart in tears and freaking out and having nightmare may we're flipping post traumatic stress disorder on tire generation of children. We had definitely are. I mean, I know some of the kids who've been through some of this stuff. And when you're told if the ages six seven eight adults may come in who want to kill you. And what you need to do is run around in your. Classroom throw papers. So that the targets are harder to hit. Yeah. Maybe you're sacrificing yourself to save the kid in the next desk over. Yeah, we're doing I really wonder if these drills aren't causing more problems and more trauma for some of the children than if we just didn't train them in the first place. You wonder how many of these kids are just going to shut down psychologically.

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"ellen shepherd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"ellen shepherd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thirty thousand non-farm productivity. Meantime in the first quarter up three point six percent topping forecast unit. Labor costs were actually down a bit down point nine percent. Looking ahead to Friday. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg looking for non-farm payrolls to grow at just under two hundred thousand yesterday Wednesday. We had the ADP report that showed a hefty gain in private payrolls. Again, just in jobless claims holding steady two hundred thirty thousand non-farm productivity topping forecast. Three point six percent on Bloomberg radio. Let's go back to New York so much internationalists yesterday of all fed not front and center but ten gentle as a pickup in the productivity. The efficiency of the United States of America's economy Sarah house with us with Wells Fargo who looks at these things Sarah productivity is an amazingly squishy thing of the dynamics of capital that AmEx of this strange labor market. And there's a jumble of everything else as well. I'm looking at the moving average is here. And I gotta admit off the mat in end of two thousand seventeen there's a little life in productivity. Do you agree? Yeah. I'd say we have seen a rebound over the past year. Or so I think you don't wanna put too much emphasis on on any singular quarter. I think it's a little bit of an identity too. But as you indicate smoothing through some of those quarterly fluctuations, we have seen a pick-up in productivity, and that's been an important outlet for some of the wage pressures that we've seen in terms of labor compensation rising with the tight labor market. And why we're still not seeing much inflation? With productivity. And folks, this is truly an economics the horse in the cart. Question does the economy? Get better and productivity goes up or does productivity go up in the economy get better, which is I think it's it's it can be it can be either when we see productivity and improve. I think that certainly helps in terms of of real wages, and that helps in in terms of of your spending power and your overall potential rate of growth, but I think in many ways this the productivity story is isn't underlying driver, and it's been on the back burner. More recently several roles coming up tomorrow. What are you looking for over at once Funke? So we're looking for about two hundred thousand games a little bit shorter than consensus. I think we've seen some of the PM is particularly the the regional fed services. PM I indicate a pickup in hiring. We've also seen that with jobless. Claims having trended lower over April. Although we did see a another bounce bound. Are you come on come on? Are you gonna make some news here? Are you saying three hundred thousand two hundred thousand two hundred thousand hotel I missed I missed my ears feel. Not quite the news. But I think that pickup in April probably won't be sustained. And we'll probably see some slowing on trend. Given some of the softer readings we've seen and things like temporary hiring as well. As some moderation in terms of the job openings and hiring plan, so still labor markets, very strong. But the pace of improvement. I think we are beginning to see slow so right cuts took a bit of a tink from champion pound. Crushed gave payrolls comes out the way you anticipate, Sarah. Do you expect that to continue that move? I think the payroll have really been taking a back burner to some of the inflation data. So from that respect, I think average hourly earnings will in many ways, garnered even more attention. We're looking for only zero point two percent tomorrow. That's important calendar groups, I think the trend is is still upward. Bottom line is comes. You will how does that end up feeding through to inflation and given the strong productivity, we're just not seeing those those wage pressures really transit. Unto inflation that inside is so important pho sometimes it's all about the jobs report sometimes inflation, it's shifts not on a weekly monthly basis. But over time it could shift Sarah house with us. Wells Fargo, John I to bring this up. It's very exciting. And it really goes like the Metropolitan Museum of art here in New York is doing an Apollo eleven fifty year anniversary photo thing coming out in July. It's a big deal all the movies of come out on a puddle Levin. Who's the guy that was in LA lull in he the Apollo thing Gosling Ryan Gosling was in that as well. We forget who was there. Earlier blue origin, Jeff basis spaceship. It goes up today. It's another test flight out in west, Texas, and what's cool about this. John for fossils is the Ellen shepherd space center and shepherd. Never. He got the golf swing on the moon, which was great. But the cowboy never got the acclaim John Glenn got the ticker too. Young raid shepherd. Didn't get it. Guests who went up I too funny. One interested in these launches nine thirty eastern time. When the market opens you're gonna bring us some conference. I will know I think it's really important what they're doing here. And this is not to be clear. Am I right? This is Mr. Basil's, not Mr. musk. Yes. This is blue origin, blue origin out in Texas, which way from Canaveral and Kennedy. And I just like the idea that mister bay Zossen whoever's involved here is named after the guy who was saying alone SpaceX. Yes. I don't understand even I should stop firing up rocket. We could do a remote when the phone. I I don't know. But we got it would mitt Michael Barr. This is important. The blue origin color is the same colors. Detroit lions. I don't know what that symbolizes. It's certain blue. That means a successful successful launches. Will. You're going to be able to the planners. You'll be able to go up escape gravity. See see the world from space blue origin sometime later this morning. We'll have coverage on that stay with us worldwide futures flat. This is Bloomberg. We say good morning. Good.

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"ellen shepherd" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"ellen shepherd" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"These huge corporations take over everything and individuals have less and less rights and less and less money. Yup. And they're just same. What's happening? Forty year assault on American democracy by the Republican party. And now they're now they're teaming up with oligarchy and autocrats all over the world to do clues. Thank you for your call. And thanks for watching on free speech. Tv we'll be back. It's forty one minutes past the hour. You're listening to Tom Hartman. Visit Thom Hartmann dot com for audio and video archives for picking up the Muller hearings or the bar hearings. Actually when Democrats are questioning right now, a Republican is and and picking up your calls when the Republicans are. And and welcome and welcome. And welcome back. Carl in concord, North Carolina, Carl thanks for watching free speech. What's on your mind? I glad to talk to you. Thanks for taking my call. I wanted to talk to you just because I'm an employee at UNC Charlotte where we have the shooting last night. All my I don't have anything new to add to the shooting. I was actually on campus in lockdown for a few hours. We couldn't leave. But I just thought this was something you may want to stick around in the back of your mind time, you're talking about problems with guns on campus about my cross the country. Alexander Phil DuBois was the president of the university of Wyoming back in nineteen ninety eight back when Ellen shepherd was a student there. The young gay students who got beaten and tortured and left to die and had to take care of all of the trauma on campus. Then and now, he's air chancellor UNC, Charlotte. We're at the. Point now, where this happened so frequently we're having university administrators who are having to deal with this multiple times in the course of Lear careers has the fourth camp. This is the fourth mass shooting this week. Yeah. Yeah. It it's our first one. Thank goodness. We were prepared for it. They had great warning systems there. We knew what to do how to minimize it. You can't prevent this stuff. The best. You can do is try to mitigate it as best you can buy preparing people. But I just wanted to point out that this has become so common. Nell. We're having actual experienced leaders now going through this sort of thing multiple times, and that's got to take its toll on the system. Eventually so just wanted to get that out there. So thank you for taking my call. All I, you know, Carl I think it's absolutely bizarre that we live in a country literally the only developed country in the world where mass shootings are happening on a regular basis. And and consider the damage, and I'd I I'd like to hear your thoughts on what kind of damage this is doing to the students. I mean, when I was a kid going to school in the nineteen fifties we had duck and cover, you know, in the the bell would go off. And and it was it was not the time. For recess. So we'd all jump onto the desk. And then, you know, cover our eyes and ears with our thumbs and fingers, and you know, and and kinda giggle. You know? I mean, it was a game for us. In fact, there was this little turtle duck. Dan, cover this cartoon and Umbrian and. Yeah. And and you know, we we didn't really take it seriously. I mean, some people got kind of freaked out, you know, we're all going to die in a nuclear attack or whatever. But, but you know, not in school. I mean during the drills. That's when people, you know, nobody was freaked out. But I understand that some schools actually bring people in who are like pretending to be shooters in ways that are causing, you know, eight year olds and ten year olds to to just fall apart in tears freaking out and and having nightmare. I mean, we're inflicting post traumatic stress disorder on tire generation of children. We had definitely are. I mean, I know some of the kids who pin through some of this stuff. And when you're told the ages six seven eight that adults may come in who want to kill you. And what you need to do is run around in your. Classroom in throw papers. So that the targets are harder to hit. Yeah. Maybe you're sacrificing yourself to save the kid in the next desk over. Yeah, we're doing I I really wonder if these drills aren't causing more problems and more trauma for some of the children. Then if we just didn't train them in the first place, you wonder, how many of these kids are just gonna shut down psychologically at.

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"ellen shepherd" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"ellen shepherd" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"A huge mistake. CBS morning news was the weakest morning news program on the air against NBC's today and ABC's good Morning, America. That's show was a ratings disaster that went through many changes and complete makeovers in an effort to find your audience secret plans to use you Mr. moose and bunny rabbit, those folks. Did not however become reality. But I remember a lot of folks being very angry kids to bring back captain kangaroo. Nineteen eighty one was the end of that. Dennis. I didn't remember this. Maybe you did the year was nineteen sixty five astronaut John Young became the first man to eat a corned beef sandwich and outer space when it comes to events of progress. We will certainly add this to the record book. Now won't we along with that golf club stunned of Ellen shepherds from the surface of the moon years later young. The astronauts smuggled the sandwich on board in order to supplement the astronauts meals of dehydrated foods, including that power to the fruit fruit chews. I bet you they love that corned beef sandwich in outer space. Back in eighty six Martina Navratilova defeated Ottoman Nikola deliver genius limbs championship was the first women's tournament to go four sets since nineteen or one couple minutes from now we'll bring in Mike Lynch and his his star watch Dennis put on your thinking cap as they used to say, I've got some music here from the same year same day same chart. Let's see if you can guess what year the songs K from. Let's do this one first..

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"ellen shepherd" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:52 min | 1 year ago

"ellen shepherd" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"All right, everyone. Welcome to the Joan Hamburg show, and we talked to a lot of people who do a lot of different things. And I've often wondered what does it take to be an astronaut? I mean, we don't have a lot of them. How does this even if it's a dream come true? So I was really excited when I heard that Dr Dave Williams who is really an MD isn't astronaut learned along the way had a pilot jet planes is a scientist runs all kind of things formerly director of space and life sciences. At NASA benches space, really twice done amazing. Thing things has the Canadian record for the longest walks in space, and he wrote a book called defying limits lessons from the edge of the universe. And when you read his story, you're going to go look at your kids and say what have I done here because it's six he already had dreams that one more than let's go to the toy store. How that happened? Was it a mother a father who focused? You know? I think my parents really fostered the sense of curiosity and built that. So when I watched Ellen shepherd liftoff to go into space in nineteen sixty one unbelievable when I said to my parents, I want to be an astronaut even though the point it a candidate didn't have astronauts in those days, he tried to fuel my passion for science and foster that dream. But you know, it's so interesting. It's like when you decided you wanted to scuba dive, you just a child if my kid came to me, and I still remember we were on vacation in Jamaica, and my son who was around the age when you started said, I wanna take lessons. I was like oh, no too dangerous. Unstained your father said that's a good idea. And he did the whole thing with you. I mean that was rather amazing. We I think I got that explorer. Gene from my father, the science and medicine, gene from my mother, but my father was an explorer at heart. So when I initially raised the idea at age twelve he initially looked at me like, I know if you're going to be able to pull this off, but he went to bat for me and negotiated with the instructors and was there throughout the whole training. And it was a remarkable experience and passing those tests. I mean, you just still a kid who still a kid and I'm learning about decompression sickness? Visit. Physics live, diving, etc. All of this would have surprised my elementary school teachers at the time, you really when you read as we did all of that. You're growing up your mom was inert. She would come home, bloodied and everything. Oh, no big deal. You know, let me get outta vantage. I would've called nine search or something. So they really taught you resilient. And my question was can you teach your kid resilience? Did you do this with yours? You know, we tried with our kids. I think my parents were very effective because they let us fail and you build resilience in small little steps, you know, in the failures that you have when you're a kid or not so big. But they learning how to deal with that helps prepare you for the bigger issues later in life, right? And also you or someone who didn't give up because when you met your wife, you get married and you say to her I'm going to apply to an astronaut program. And you were told you say in defying limits. No, we're not doing this. No Canadians yet. And it didn't stop. You think not giving up is really important, particularly one of the most challenging things. I had my life was being diagnosed with cancer as my second spaceflight. Yeah. It was fifty years old at the time. I lost all my medical certification as an astronaut and a pilot had to get it all back to be able to fly in my second spaceflight. And what was amazing was even really having it being diagnosed going through surgery, not easy, and recovering that you got your place back in this coveted almost hard to get area. You still were an astronaut. Yeah. That was very tough for me as you can imagine both dealing with the diagnosis getting to the gym going through rehabilitation to try and get back into shape to pass a medical to fly. Again. I remember starting at the gym lifting two pound weights. L shape Boeing. Yeah. There's no question who was tough and scary. So I wonder if going through when you have to think about the worst, even though you know, the best prognosis is within your reach. Did that help you when you're going through a program like becoming an astronaut there had to be fear connected with that? There's no question when you're sitting on top of essentially a controlled explosion going from being stationary to traveling twenty five times as feta sound in eight and a half minutes. That's pretty scary. And you know, they say courage comes from doing something despite the fear that you have for doing it. And what we do when we go into space. That's what we train years to do. That's what we love to do. But there are those moments that do get your attention without question. And when I'm reading about you tethered by your foot. How scary is that when we were outside? Doing the spacewalk. We have foot restraints we've put our boots into and that holds us from one position that the first spacewalk you're holding onto the handrail pretty tightly second spacewalk. You're looking a little bit more over your shoulder. Third spacewalk, you lock your tethered to a handrail you push way in your space. It's unbelievable how their confidence builds. So and it's also a collaborative thing too. I think you really got that that there are a lot of lessons to learn when you are suspended in space, but trust is one of them. Trust is absolutely critical. When you're going out, the airlock with someone and you're putting your life on the line and arguably your life is in their hands in their life is in your hands. Trust is paramount. And that's why we spent years training together to build that report is team members. And what was it that made you decide after two walks and breaking records and see? Gene, things that you said really changed you forever. Where you really understood what living in the moment is all about. Yeah. That was a very special time for me writing on the candidate on my second spacewalk as a physician years, many many years before my training. I've learned about Ted Rosenthal writes for the New York Post New York Times who passed away in his early thirties from leukemia. He talked about the opportunity we all have to live in the moment. And I tried my whole life to do that. I didn't fully get it until I was standing on the end of the candidate. I'm looking at this four and a half billion year old planet beneath me, it was incredible. And I've bet and you did all kinds of things where scuba diving really helped living under the sea. Explain what that was all about because most people had no clue. So, you know in the space program, we try and leverage innovation, and it's very expensive training to go into space and being in space. So we decided that we would evaluate using the Noah Aquarius undersea research habitat as a platform to do space science and train astronauts for the space station. So we did the first mission in two thousand one. Said this is fantastic and was great training environment. So the rest is history, and we're continuing to use Aquarius this day, actually and doing missions to Aquarius to train astronauts for the space station when you decided Dave I'm talking to Dr Dave Williams, a new book defying limits lessons from the edge of the universe. When you decided after the second walk that you were going to retire from the active astronaut program was that a huge adjustment. One of the special people. It was very tough leaving that program. You know, everybody that you fly in space with they become like your family at the astronaut corps is really our extended family. It was hard being able to say goodbye to that. But I've been in the program for sixteen years at that time could've stayed in for another few years to try for third flay. But I thought you know, what after two space k I had really been able to accomplish my dream. Let's open the door for the next generation of astronaut. So I retired. And we had to hire two more astronauts into the program at that time, which is really exciting. But you and your wife both early on made a decision that you had dreams, maybe they weren't practical your wife onto the be a pilot in her time, also very hard almost unheard of for women. And yet you both said, let's go for it. Yeah. I think I've been. Blessed to find a life partner where we both believe as passionately in each other's careers, as we believe in her own, and as such we were both able to succeed and fulfill our dreams, you know, today. My wife is flying a seven eight seven she's over in Paris right now. Back later this week. Yeah. And I wonder what people say could you? I was trying to think after reading your book. How often have I seen a woman in a cockpit? And I've traveled to like, you know, what never fortunately, it's becoming more frequent days. But you're right and female pilots Representative of five percent of the pilots street. So we need to try and encourage more women to go and TV station and follow careers in aviation, and you and your wife, also, you know, people think, oh, he's had it all, you know, doctor, and yes, you had a little cancer bite you overcame it. You also your first child, which is probably the most difficult for any parents was a special needs child. And yet you both took it in your stride and was going to be the best life possible. Yeah. Evan our son is a remarkable individual, you know, he's twenty four right now and enjoys playing basketball league goes to basketball, Monday evenings, he does yoga Wednesday evenings is is played his full. He's got all sorts of activities. But more importantly, I've been able to learn as much from Evan about life. And what's important as we've been able to share with him and an optimistic UTA, a joyful person, always always integrate mood, and we love shooting hoops together. And it's just fantastic going there. Watching him score, baskets and your daughter got to science bug. Yes. Our daughter is studying neuroscience at the university of wealth just outside of Toronto and our nephew came to live with us about. Six. Parents is that your brother or actually my sister? My sister in law and she passed away number of years ago. So THEO came to live with us. Yeah. It's very very sad. But. See a grown up. Now. He's thriving in high school and wants to go to McGill University. Yeah, he's doing very very well. So your family has grown. Yes. And no more, astronauts, we'll go, you know, my daughter's doing, her pilots licenses. Science. So you never know. Well, a fascinating look into space. You can almost feel it when Dave Williams steps out and.

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"The white house is disputing that a tweet president trump directed at a democratic senator had any sexual innuendo after she called for him to resign amid sexual misconduct allegations a p washington correspondent soghra mougani reports the president says new york's kirsten jila brand used to beg him for campaign donations and would do anything for them she sees the tweet as a sexist smear aimed at silencing her any that's what it is other democrats said the comet was disgusting accusing the president of making an unsavory insinuation all if your mind is in the gutter with your retina that way trump spokeswoman sarah sanders says the president was actually talking about a rigs assistant were politicians do anything to get money from special interests he's use that same terminology many times in reference to men saying there's no way it's sexist at all saga remain ghani at the white house a tests dummy named mannequins skywalker has gone on as sub orbital flight just in time for the new star wars movie aerospace company blue origin which is led by amazon's jeff those launched its new shepherd rocket tuesday from west texas for the seventh time it marked the first flight though of the latest version of blue origins crew capsule featuring big windows for future space tourists the new shepherd rocket named after the first american in space ellen shepherd landed back on the ground following the 10minute test flight the capsule reached a peak altitude of sixty one point seven miles above sea level just shy of the true start of space surging gasoline prices pulled us consumer inflation ap washed spotted saga regarding reports this time he's losing one of his most prominent african american supporters she became famous as a contest in on donald trump's celebrity apprentice dumber us the aside all morose amanda gold newman has been working as communications she for the white house office of public liaison the administration says she will resign effective january 20th a year after the president took office several other administration officials are also expected to leave early in the new year saga remain ghani at the white house thank you for listening to the ap radio network hated you know the the associated press producers newsrelated books here's what's new enough upcoming first pat presidential dogs cats and other creditors deadly force fatal confrontations with police the hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more visit ap four books to purchase or visit amazon barnes and noble dot com or ibooks.

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"Percent from october excluding volatile food and energy prices so call core consumer inflation rose a modest point one percent in november over the past year overall consumer inflations up two point two percent and core inflations up one point seven percent attests dummy named mannequins skywalker has gone on as sub orbital flight just in time for the new star wars movie aerospace company blue origin which is led by amazon's jeff those launched its new shepherd rocket tuesday from west taxes for the seventh time it marked the first flight though of the latest version of blue origins crew caps seoul featuring big windows for future space tourists the new shepherd rocket named after the first american in space ellen shepherd landed back on the ground following the 10minute test flight the capsule reached a peak altitude of sixty one point seven miles above sea level just shy of the true start of space the white house is disputing that a tweet president trump directed at a democratic senator had any sexual innuendo after she called for him to resign amid sexual minutes from its advanced manufacturing fund which was created to finance the work of domestic manufacturers in create jobs in the eu at apple says the investment will allow fitness are to boost production of vertical cavities service omitting lasers which apple uses four face id animo g and portrait mode cell fees with the iphone ten true depth camera and the proximity sensing capabilities of air pods fitness are will open a manufacturing plant in sherman texas about an hour north of dallas creating more than five hundred jobs it's time for some straight saw you have their unlimited plan so why.

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"Life detailed that nathan backstage dako the wouldbe new york subway bomber started the attack with a taunt prosecutors say ap correspondent warren levinson reports authorities say akhiad mocked the president on facebook just before he set off a bomb in a new york subway passageway hosting a message reading trump you failed to protect your nation acting us attorney june kim filed of fivecount criminal complaint against the 27yearold bangladeshi th the complaint does alleged that he admitted following his arrest in a miran dry statement that he had posted that comment on facebook kim says all the told investigators he started accumulating the bomb materials of fragment metal pipes cruz a battery in a christmas tree lights several weeks ago and finished building it last week warren levinson new york cnn anchor anderson coopers twitter account was hacked according to the network someone put up a tweet from his handle and called the president a tool and a pathetic loser following democrat doug jones's win an alabama senate election but it wasn't anderson he says the cable network tweeted early wednesday that some one gained access to andersen's account and sent the tweet to the president cnn said it's working with twitter to secure the account cooper says he's not than a tweet in days or replied to any tweets the tweet was in response to president donald trump explaining why republican roy moore wasn't able to win the race test dummy named manikin skywalker has gone on his sub orbital flight just in time for the new star wars movie aerospace company blue origin which is led by amazon's jeff these us launch it's new shepherd rocket tuesday from west taxes for the seventh time it marked the first flight though of the latest version of blue origins crew capsule featuring big windows for future space tourists the new shepherd rocket named after the first american in space ellen shepherd landed back on the ground following the 10minute test flight the capsule reached a peak altitude of sixty one point seven miles above sea level just shy of the true start of space wow nice hall eligible macy's backstage has the perfect last in a gift with prices though lo you've never need a coupon i scored the perfect makeup.

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"Macy's backstage savings for everyday life detail that nathan backstage shackled another member of president trump's staff is spreading stole law ap washed the spotted serb agadi reports this bowlby's lizzy one of his most prominent african american supporters she became famous as a contested on donald trump celebrity apprentice bummer also decide omarosa manda gold newman has been working as communication she for the white house office of public liaison the administration says she will resign effective january 20th a year after the president took office several other administration officials are also expected to leave early in the new year saga remain ghani at the white house there will be far fewer free days at national parks in the us next year the national park service had 16 free days in 2016 and ten days in 2017 the service says that it will have just four no cost days next year they will be martin luther king junior day the first day of national park week national public land's day and veteran's day the park service didn't explain why it was cutting back on free days and interior department spokeswoman didn't immediately respond to our requests for comment it's has dummy named manikin skywalker has gone on as sub orbital flight just in time for the new star wars movie aerospace company blue origin which is led by amazon's jeff bezos launched its new shepherd rocket tuesday from west texas for the seventh time it marked the first flight though of the latest version of blue origins crew capsule featuring big windows for future space tourists the new shepherd rocket named after the first american in space ellen shepherd landed back on the ground following the 10minute test flight the capsule reached a peak.

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"Michael more legal trouble is corrupt upper fugitive filmmaker roman polanski ap entertainment under us schools gabril reports there's a new allegations of sexual misconduct be made against him in los angeles the investigation into roman polanski is being done by detectives in los angeles who say they are looking into a woman's claimed that the oscarwinning director listed her back in nineteen seventy five at the time the women making the allegation would have been ten years old of authorities say even if the allegation is proven true it cannot result in criminal charges against polanski however authorities do say that even though the statute of limitations has expired the information gleaned from the investigation could be used to bolster other cases on moscow wells gabriel a test dummy named mannequins skywalker has gone on as the orbital flight just in time for the new star wars movie aerospace company blue origin which is led by amazon's jeff bezos launched its new shepherd rocket tuesday from west texas for the seventh time it marked the first flight though of the latest version of blue origins crew capsule featuring big windows for future space tourists the new shepherd rocket named after the first american in space ellen shepherd landed back on the ground following the 10minute test flight the capsule reached a peak altitude of sixty one point seven miles above sea level just shy of the true start of space the newest class of the rock and roll hall of fame features four firsttimers ap music corresponded margie's there are a letter as a look at this year's newest duckie rough.

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"Point one percent in november over the past year overall consumer inflations up two point two percent and core inflations up one point seven percent some of the most beloved movies of our time and even before added to a special library of congress collection ap entertainment editor ask rules gabriel has a look at this year's edition hello you don't have to be a big movie fan to know that those lines come from field of dreams and titanic those two movies are among the recent batch of 25 to be named to the national film registry each year the library of congress adds to the list and among the other entries this year are the bomba the gruny's die harding guess who's coming to dinner not to mention superman and the disney animated classic dumbo oscar wells gabriel washington it has dummy named mannequins skywalker has gone on as the orbital flight just in time for the new star wars movie aerospace company blue origin which is led by amazon's jeff bezos launched its new shepherd rocket tuesday from west taxes for the seventh time it marked the first flight though of the latest version of blue origins crew capsule featuring big windows for future space tourists the new shepherd rocket named after the first american in space ellen shepherd landed back on the ground following the 10minute test flight the capsule reached a peak altitude of sixty one point seven miles above sea level just shy of the true start of space thank you for listening to the ap radio network hated you know the the associated press produces newsrelated books here's what's new enough coming first pat presidential dogs cats and other triggers deadly.

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