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"eric hendrickson" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"eric hendrickson" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

"And hopefully smith junior comes back and he's healthy for next year so let's talk about the other tight ends for the vikings. So you got tyler. Conklin had thirty four point nine fantasy points last year. Nineteen receptions twenty-six targets one hundred. Sorry hundred ninety four receiving yards and a touchdown. I definitely think he's gonna get above that. He's going to see increased playing time. Kyle rudolph is not there anymore. And our smith junior is not there anymore that opens the door for more targets for him. They also the vikings traded for chris herndon last year had fifty eight point. Two fantasy points and last two games actually was productive but that also has to do with the fact that he did score touchdowns in both of those games he had four receptions. Thirty four yards and a touchdown for eleven point. Four points against the browns in week sixteen then in week. Seventeen against new england seven receptions sixty three yards and a touchdown and finished with fifteen point eight fantasy point so yeah it was kind of inflated because the touchdowns but so that is productive and i do think that with the vikings he could be productive. This team. the problem with him is he's got to stay on the field and he's dealt with injuries a lot over the course of his young career and i feel like if he ends up in the right situation is able to stay healthy he could definitely be. You know a guy that you might want to have is like your tight end too. Depending on how the vikings use them because in this offense i think he could definitely help them. Out and kirk. Cousins is a solid fantasy quarterback and is a solid quarterback. I think he'll definitely get him the ball. And maybe he kinda takes over for smith and is the because i personally think of hurting is healthy conklin. But he's going to have to go out there and show it so yeah fifty eight point two fantasy points last year i think if he plays a big role on this team i think he gets above that if if If conklin ends of you know taking over as the number one tight end. I probably say he's around that same total or maybe a little bit below that. Espn has projected at forty four point one so they think that conklin is going to be the guy number one tight end for this team. So we'll see what happens. But that's my thoughts on. Chris herndon so now moving on to the vikings defense so last year. Their defense only got twenty seven. Fantasy points talked about the vikings defense. A lot and i really liked what they did in the off season so they did bring michael pierce and he opted out last year. Because a d- they brought in dalvin tomlinson over from the giants who was a good run stuff for the giants and they also brought back sheldon richardson. So you got those guys coming back to. Neil hunter is supposed to come back after. I think there was like a contract dispute and his injuries. So he's coming back eric. Hendrickson anthony barr. Suppose the comeback. They're two linebackers. They were dealing with injuries. Last year. harrison smith signed an extension for the vikings. And you bring patrick to help out in the secondary. So i like the vikings defense a lot this year. I think they're going to be definitely better than what they were last year and overall they are going to be a better football team because of that so i definitely could see this team making the playoffs this year as long as their defense is back to. What was you know from a couple of years ago. Obviously i don't expect them to be what they were back in twenty eighteen twenty seventeen those years but i do expect them to be better especially after the kind of season they had last year. So i'm gonna say they get way over that total. Espn projected on one hundred. Three point three. I think that's pretty accurate. Vikings team is going to be so much better. They're going to have pass rush. They're going to be able to secondary is going to be better. Obviously they were dealing with some. You know growing pains with some of the young guys in the secondary because they do have they do have a young secondary. And obviously patrick. Peterson is not the same. Patrick peterson that he was. You know four or five years ago. But i definitely do think he could provide some at the cornerback position and you still harrison smith back there so this defense is going to be pretty good this year. I don't want to say it's going to be top ten but definitely could be a top twelve top fifteen defense and they're definitely defense. You can have as a backup defense to i. Guess your main defense. Of course you know. They got matchups early on in the season they're playing the bengals. They're playing the cardinals. The seahawks they usually play tough. The browns the lions the panthers dallas those match ups. I think are kind of favorable for them. You also got the lions again. You have the bears twice. I mean against you. Know the ravens. Against the i mean i guess the steelers would be kinda favorable depending on how the show is offenses playing. But they do have the rams they got the packers twice the forty niners. I think those will be tough. The browns. I think they could do well. Against 'cause it's a home game and i think that they could stop the run and contain it and i think if they stop the run against the browns. That's going to be a problem for baker. Because i feel like baker is kind of like back in the sense that like dak has to have a really good running game and be protected in order to be successful and when he doesn't have that he's going to be ineffective at quarterback and i hate to say that because i actually do like baker and not to say that i don't like back it's just you know he plays for the cowboys and i. I don't like the cowboys. I'm sorry but yeah but i want to do well especially after what happened last year and i don't know i'm just a baker fan and i think bakers gonna do well but i feel like that could be.

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"eric hendrickson" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"eric hendrickson" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

"All right and we're back here on the gs mc fantasy football podcast for the second segment of today's show. We're going to do a schedule. Outlook for the seattle seahawks and. Obviously the seahawks had a really good season last year. Obviously russell wilson in looked like he was going to be an mvp candidate. But you know kind of fell off. It was kind of a weird season for the seahawks. They did have a good season. Reagan in two thousand four baht when ended up happening. Of course you know. The defense wasn't playing. While russell wilson had to carry the team and then all of a sudden the offense kind of started sputtering out of control. And then all of a sudden the defense you know. They became a defensive team for some reason. It was very strange. It was a strange year but they you know they are really good year Really good regular season but they fell to the rams in the first round. So let's get right into their schedule. So they open up the season week. One at indianapolis take on the colts. I think this is going to be a tough match for the offense. I do think the defense will be okay in this game going up against carson wentz because i went is gonna take some time before he you know gets used to this offense so i think there's going to be some growing pains but i do think that you know the seahawks defense going to take advantage of that and you know. I think this game will be close I think that you know the seahawks offense. They might struggle a little bit here. I think it's gonna be a tough match for the running game because obviously you gotta deal with the forest buckner and you know. Offensively metcalf in tyler lockett. It's going to be interesting to see how those guys matchup against the db's for indianapolis colts and you know you got russell wilson. What is he going to do. i you know. Obviously gotta wait and see. But yeah. i'd probably lean to are saying this is more of an unfair rematch of i. Don't really expect in russell wilson to have this amazing fantastic game to start the year and i don't expect the wide receivers to go off. You know in this game. Obviously last year they opened up the season atlanta. They did really well. But i think this is going to be a tough match up. You got to full capacity crowd. It's definitely going to be tough. So i'll probably say this an unfavorable matchup. I don't really expect people to go off in this game. I think the running game going to struggle. And i think it's going to be a close game it'd be a good game though. Start the year But yeah. I don't expect massive fantasy numbers coming out of this game for the seahawks moving on to week number two however the seahawks take on the tennessee titans in seattle this support twenty-five game on cbs. This should be another really good game. i think we'll start off by saying. Do not start the seahawks defensive. You have them because it will be going up against derrick henry julio jones. Aj brown and that passing attack. I think that's a pen match for the defense for the seahawks offensively. That is very good. Matchup the titans defense is really not that good they cannot really rush the passer. I think obviously the running will do well. I think mcafee anti alaka do well here. So i think this is a very favorable matchup for the seahawks. That's a home game. I think it's going to be a very high scoring game I definitely could see this game being very high scoring so Yeah this affair will match up here for the offense of course for the defense. Not so much. Because you got the old dad running game derrick henry and of course you've got a now deal with julio jones. Nha brown so that's not very easy and then moving on the seahawks schedule is very very hard. Out of the gate to say they got a got a murderer's row to start the year So moving onto week number three. You got the seahawks going to minnesota to take on the vikings. A four twenty-five game on fox is going to be another good game I do think in terms of the seahawks defense. you probably lean more towards finding other options. There I do think that you know. I think the titans passing attack is better than the vikings passing attack by. We'll see and then of course you got you know. Alvin cooking the backfield to These teams have played each other a lot. Less couple years Last three years. And i'm pretty sure. The seahawks won every single one. They have but now. This game is in minnesota. So now that's going to be interesting. So yeah Probably look for other options again when it comes to the defense offensively. I think you know the running game. I think is gonna struggle little bit. I do expect the vikings to better upfront. Bringing guys like alvin. Tomlinson and bringing back sheldon richardson to go. Along with michael pearson. Obviously hunters coming back. Anthony barr eric hendricks. It seems like those well. It seems like the hunter is i. Think coming back 'cause he was dealing with. I believe a neck injury And then you've got eric hendrickson borrow. Vikings are going to be a good team and then you also add. Patrick peterson now to hopefully mentor. The defensive backs yet harrison smith. You know so. The vikings defense looks a lot different than it did last year. And i think it's gonna be you know not obviously not what. It wasn't twenty seventeen. But i do think it will definitely be close to that so i think it's going to be a little bit of a struggle particularly in the running game but i do expect roster do okay. I expect mccafe entire lock. It you know to do okay as well I don't really think anybody's gonna shut them down in this game. So i think it's a middle of the road match up I would probably yeah. I'd probably just say middle of the road but You know because you do have the running game. I think the running games into struggle. But i do think the receivers will be able to create separation and get open and I think ross could do okay here but again. I don't expect them to like the world on fire so moving onto the next match up on this list again does get an easier week for the seahawks. Go to santa clarita. Take on the forty niners. I think this is an unfavorable match up here I mean it's early in season. You know the seahawks day you know they beat the forty niners back in twenty nineteen those folksy grab you know and i do think the forty nine hundred gonna be healthy squad this year Obviously this earlier..

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"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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

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"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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

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"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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

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07:04 min | 2 years ago

"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The answers to just because we found the Higgs. I can see a politician being like All right, guys. So you're telling me that you were totally wrong? And you miss spent all this money, but it turns out that Luckily, it's actually good news. That's right. Well, for me. The most exciting thing is the exploration like I want to build that $3 Trillion collider because it lessens explore the universe on a scale we've never seen before, And I'm excited for unexpected discoveries, much more than I'm excited for expected discoveries. You know, it's like if somebody told you exactly where to find a special little rock. Be cool to go there and see like, Oh, look, I found this little rock right? Much cooler to find something you didn't expect. Discover your next favorite podcast from over 250,000 available to you right now, all free by downloading the I heart radio app. Here's a preview of a podcast that will make your team the winner at the next trivia name. Yeah. S O have a diary all day. Oh, that's no blind us The molasses of the back of the back seat. Yeah, it would be nice is if to hear a story about molasses. Well, that's good news, Chris, because I have just the story for you. Well, that's good, because we're the history boys. I'm Chris Tyler. Yeah. Tyler Tyler's here and and Duke Duke. Yeah, I guess I could be Duke Duke Duke Sanchez. I am Jerry Nash. And Zach, of course, is on audio obvious via satellite in this remote bunker. Several stories underneath the crust of the United States that yeah, safe from molasses safely say from what he wants. If it did happen to get molasses down there. You're not getting it out, though. You know You're not gonna pump that stuff. You just gotta you're gonna have to abandon the bunker. We'll find a new bunker. It's a sweet, sticky grave. Luckily, we built that separate Molasses tunnel for him to escape out of in the case that molasses pours down into the bunker We got in the grave sign form and everything. This is in case of molasses Leave here and I didn't even know about the molasses flood of the time. Barely know anything about it now. Well, there you good. I didn't do the research. I know Jerry. Tell us a story about molasses. I'm glad I'm glad you want to hear now. You know, not many people are familiar with the great Boston molasses flood of 1919 the fatally tragic events that happened 100 years ago. Every time I learned, the more I learn about this The more I'm like, like it's like they're like we're trying to tell you. It's tragic. It's not hilarious. It does. It's not something that was like made up for, like an old timey cartoon. But then, in my research, I heard that one of its nicknames is legitimately the great molasses occur. Degree. You kidding? The great Boston molasses Occur of 1919 nineties handle Wikipedia. That zah Primary source. They did not call it the molasses occur. They called the molasses really, I would have if I was 2020. What is it? 117 people injured 21 dead. That's um Alaska. If you ask me, that's something I did not Asian citations. Bada Bing. Bada boom. All right. I'm not gonna check those. It was not in dark tide, which is a fantastic book. It was in the Boston molasses disaster causes of the molasses tank explosion. Spoiler alert. By Eric Hendrickson. There you go. Not not our primary, surly reserve oral in this episode, I think worth shouting out anyway. Yeah, this a giant Tank that stored a lot of molasses basically burst in Boston's North End neighborhood on January 15th 1919. Destroyed completely destroyed the neighborhood. It's I literally think of the time, they said. There goes the neighborhood and then meant it frantic tonight on just a little bit and back then they everyone talked with like the old timey voice. There goes. There goes my molasses boy, you the chance to read it, It's done. Yeah, well, the last years is all over May raspberries, my sweet boys driving Unless again who's gonna run the factory when I get too old, huh? Just to give a little bit of perspective and have big the molasses tank. What we're gonna talk about Not there yet. We're not there. We're not there yet. First I wanna talk about it too much. Rescinded your too much research. Wanna flex? Can't you be more like me? No research. I feel like there's a happy middle. There is there is A couple of things about molasses before we get to the actual tank. Here we go, 00 boy. My last. This is a non Newtonian substance, meaning that force has to be applied to it in order for it to move like it's not water like It doesn't just run everywhere. It's like truth paste er, ketchup like you have to, like, Hit the bottle for the ketchup kind of Scott City. Yeah, famously high for Scott. Yes, indeed. So considering this physical property, molasses would be far more deadly than just a giant wave of water and swimming in it is Impossible. Not with that attitude. You matter if it was a non Euclidean liquid, that would be well, that would be even worse. It would be pretty cool. So not only is molasses is used for, like syrups and sweeteners. It is used for booze and barbecue sauce. Ammunition. All hell. Yeah, well, the main well, it's Maine. Thing that people used for was distilling it down into alcohol and the alcohol instead of making room out of it, they would make munitions or fuel and in this case That's what they're doing. There were distilling it down and making using it from munitions well, and a couple other things is it is a diabetic sweetener. You can add it to things if you are diabetic, and it won't in fact won't affect your insulin levels. True, it's 100%. True. It's all that was amazing. High in potassium. And I think it's high and something else. Probably deliciousness and sweet. It is not delicious..

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"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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

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"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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

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"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"eric hendrickson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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