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Sally still a threat to Florida Panhandle and Alabama

Morning Edition

00:51 sec | Last week

Sally still a threat to Florida Panhandle and Alabama

"Of coastal Alabama are under a curfew is debris and water from Hurricane Sally swamped the roadways as Miranda Fillmore with member station w. Th em. Reports of flood threat remains for portions of the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama. Much of Alabama's coast remains without power tonight as rain and winds from Hurricane Sally continue northeast across the state towards Georgia. Orlando cancel lives in Orange Beach. He says he wished he had acquired a generator and more food. But now, he says, they'll have to wait till the city's curfew is lifted. We didn't get the notice is that in turn to category tune to the very last minute it was forecast very far west from us, And because of that we didn't take the necessary precautions. Cancel says It would be tough to leave their home now because many of the roads are still underwater for NPR

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"fillmore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:43 min | Last month

"fillmore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A number of friends on DH. We enjoyed a couple of cool beverages, buckets of bottles of but light in packed in ice. That's right battles about like none of this. You know that stuff where foreign Very funny colored bottles any American beer on DH? We had a perfectly nice time. Some some of this some of that. Very nice evening notwithstanding, you know, every weather report sounds like Stephen King Fillmore book. It's just It's Oh, no, it's going to be on. I love this. It's going to be 93 degrees, but it's going to feel like 345 degrees going to feel like you're on the surface of the sun. Because the humidity is time. I know it's 95 degrees in 95 is pretty hot, and you know what it feels like when it's 95 degrees. It feels like 95 degrees. Oh, no, but it's human. Yeah, it's 95 degrees and human. I wish that the weather report they're trying to. It's like fake news. Fake weather fake sports They've expanded the universe of fake news. To include weather in sports, and now you can't even trust the weather. Make a dinner plan for tomorrow. You want to eat outside Because everybody's eating outside. It's all the rage even when it's 368 degrees. And because it's 95 but it feels like and shut up. I know what it feels like, feels like 95 feels like 95 human. You've got to make plans in your base it on the weather reports and it's a roll of the dice. If you're a weatherman, you're you're right Half the time. You're a hero. It's an interesting idea. Democrat politician said they get a little more flexibility..

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"fillmore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:39 min | 2 months ago

"fillmore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The Fillmore Search and rescue has come out and they're going to be doing boat searches, visual searches as well as they're gonna be searching some of the cabins on the north End of the lake. Several dive teams and cadaver dogs were at the lake yesterday, searching in waters that had 1 to 2 feet of visibility. Fire at a historic site in L. A county has had little effect on religious tradition. Ellie Archbishop Jose H. Gomez has celebrated mass admission San Gabriel. The mission has sustained extensive damage from a fire Saturday morning. The service was held in a chapel. Into the mission as investigators continue to investigate what caused the fire at the 249 year old church, the entire wood roof and most of the pews have been destroyed, but an alter several historic paintings and other artifacts were saved. Rob Newton KO Phi News News Brought to you by MIKE Diamond. The smell good plumber. The Ventura County District attorney's office is warning residents about Cove it 19 related scams. D a, says authorities and other counties report that people are posing as contact tracers to get personal information and still money from unknowing victims. Really contact tracers working with Ventura County or with the state of California will never charge a fee nor ask for personal information such as a social security number, bank accounts or health insurance policy numbers. A family has been busted for covert 19 related fraud. Prosecutors in Florida have arrested a man and his three sons for marketing and selling a bogus code 19 treatment and cure. Authorities say the stuff was actually a toxic combination of sodium chloride and water sold under the name Miracle Mineral solution. The man allegedly sold the toxic bleach under the guise of Genesis to church of health and healing and a bit toe Avoid government regulations. A man allegedly sold tens of thousands of bottles of the stuff across the country. Michael Superior Ko Phi News Huge increases in Kobe. 19 cases are happening in Arizona, The mayor of Phoenix, Kganyago says changes need to be made. We do not have a statewide requirement for facial coverings in Arizona. And we need one. She says. She's also looking for restaurants to go to take out only House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the Trump Administration is not taking Children's health seriously. The president And his administration are messing with the health of our Children. We all want our Children to go back to school teachers do parents do and Children do, but they must go back safely. Trump said Last week, his administration will pressure governors to reopen K through 12 school's art collector ahead in front Ah, half Lake to the good 16th pole art collector Brian Hernandez. Junior toe win the Toyota bluegrass. Our collective took home, the bluegrass Stakes in Lexington. It's seen as one of the major prep races for the Kentucky Derby, Swiss driver,.

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"fillmore" Discussed on Bay Curious

Bay Curious

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"fillmore" Discussed on Bay Curious

"So we're delving into how a small neighborhood in San. Francisco became an epicenter for Jazz reporter. Bianca Taylor brings us the story. Like so much of San Francisco history, story of the fillmore can be traced back to the day. The city shook. After the earthquake pretty much, all of San Francisco relocated to the fillmore, simply because it was the closest place to downtown that survived relatively intact, the earthquake and subsequent fire Elizabeth Pepin Silva is a filmmaker and Co author of the Book Harlem of the West She grew up in San Francisco. When she was a teenager, she got a job working for music promoter Bill Graham at the Fillmore Auditorium. It's how she first started digging into the history of the neighborhood. Once downtown was rebuilt. The local fillmore neighborhoods merchants, association. Trying to figure out a way to keep people coming back to the neighborhood. It was decided that the film would be San. Francisco's entertainment center in one thousand nine, an amusement park called the fillmore shoots was built complete with a wooden roller coaster and ferris wheel and three years later the fillmore auditorium. Beer halls it was. It was really fun exciting place. It was place to go at fun. But it was mainly for white people. Yes San! Francisco was segregated. But in the fillmore, little bit different. The earthquake had damaged a lot of neighborhoods where people of color were allowed to live in the city, but the surviving fillmore district had. Real estate in a history of accepting immigrants so through the early nineteen hundreds up until the nineteen forties. You had Filipinos Mexicans African Americans. Russians Japanese Americans and Jewish people living next door to one another, and it was really became known as one of the most integrated neighborhoods west of the Mississippi. On December. Seventh Nineteen, forty one Japan like it's infamous access partners struck first and declared war afterwards. Then Pearl Harbor was bombed, and the country changed completely. Japanese Americans are forced into a concentration camps in and. Left this huge hole in the fillmore district. At the same time there was a push to recruit Americans from the Midwest to work the shipyards in San Francisco and Richmond than they were given a free train ticket and promised the job and they're like. Come on out, we need you. African Americans arriving in San Francisco moved into empty apartments. The Japanese Americans had been forced out of and between nineteen forty and nineteen fifty. The black population of San Francisco grew tenfold by Nineteen forty-five, some thirty thousand African Americans were living in the city with this surge in population, came in explosion in the fillmore of black owned businesses, nightclubs, restaurants, and bars like. Star I hung out about cities. Like Jackson, southern for Blue Mirror. Did Not more than hotel. And you can go out on Friday night and not come home till Sunday night, because there is so much to do, and so that's how the fillmore became Harlem of the West.

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Why San Francisco's Fillmore District Is No Longer the 'Harlem of the West'

Bay Curious

03:40 min | 3 months ago

Why San Francisco's Fillmore District Is No Longer the 'Harlem of the West'

"So we're delving into how a small neighborhood in San. Francisco became an epicenter for Jazz reporter. Bianca Taylor brings us the story. Like so much of San Francisco history, story of the fillmore can be traced back to the day. The city shook. After the earthquake pretty much, all of San Francisco relocated to the fillmore, simply because it was the closest place to downtown that survived relatively intact, the earthquake and subsequent fire Elizabeth Pepin Silva is a filmmaker and Co author of the Book Harlem of the West She grew up in San Francisco. When she was a teenager, she got a job working for music promoter Bill Graham at the Fillmore Auditorium. It's how she first started digging into the history of the neighborhood. Once downtown was rebuilt. The local fillmore neighborhoods merchants, association. Trying to figure out a way to keep people coming back to the neighborhood. It was decided that the film would be San. Francisco's entertainment center in one thousand nine, an amusement park called the fillmore shoots was built complete with a wooden roller coaster and ferris wheel and three years later the fillmore auditorium. Beer halls it was. It was really fun exciting place. It was place to go at fun. But it was mainly for white people. Yes San! Francisco was segregated. But in the fillmore, little bit different. The earthquake had damaged a lot of neighborhoods where people of color were allowed to live in the city, but the surviving fillmore district had. Real estate in a history of accepting immigrants so through the early nineteen hundreds up until the nineteen forties. You had Filipinos Mexicans African Americans. Russians Japanese Americans and Jewish people living next door to one another, and it was really became known as one of the most integrated neighborhoods west of the Mississippi. On December. Seventh Nineteen, forty one Japan like it's infamous access partners struck first and declared war afterwards. Then Pearl Harbor was bombed, and the country changed completely. Japanese Americans are forced into a concentration camps in and. Left this huge hole in the fillmore district. At the same time there was a push to recruit Americans from the Midwest to work the shipyards in San Francisco and Richmond than they were given a free train ticket and promised the job and they're like. Come on out, we need you. African Americans arriving in San Francisco moved into empty apartments. The Japanese Americans had been forced out of and between nineteen forty and nineteen fifty. The black population of San Francisco grew tenfold by Nineteen forty-five, some thirty thousand African Americans were living in the city with this surge in population, came in explosion in the fillmore of black owned businesses, nightclubs, restaurants, and bars like. Star I hung out about cities. Like Jackson, southern for Blue Mirror. Did Not more than hotel. And you can go out on Friday night and not come home till Sunday night, because there is so much to do, and so that's how the fillmore became Harlem of the West.

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Power to the People

Lost Notes

05:25 min | 3 months ago

Power to the People

"In nineteen seventy-three Michael. Torrance a twenty two year old Black Panther he's dedicated himself to the cause and obeyed every command. He's a true soldier, but five years of complete devotion to the panthers has taken a toll now torrance's. Focus on his personal life just for a while, but to do this. He needs to get permission and it's gotta come from the top. Torn shows up at the lamppost. It's bar in West Oakland. Where Panther. Leader Bobby Seale is having a birthday party. The two men huddle in a corner and talk for a while, but it's all good seal gives Torrance's blessing for some time off. Torrance's relieved, but as is making his way out of the bar. Someone tells him that Huey. Newton wants to see him. And he wants to see him now. Newton is seals, comrade and Co founder of the Panthers for Years Newton has been a strong and charismatic leader. The reasonably his moods have been unstable tonight for whatever reason he's agitated. Torrance's into a back room in their flanked by a couple of serious enforcers is Newton and he says. You WanNa. Leave us. He's well. Do you WANNA leave bad enough to die. Do. You really want really bad enough to on the question. Is. My. Man On. Sale. So, this is what's GonNa Happen. You State. But at up. Would you elizabeth than at Awkward Talking and so? You give me a boot how? To correct it? Okay. So. You say. I'll Palette. So, Michael Torrens has just been persuaded to rethink his request for some time off. An epistle to the head. It's hard to argue with. Route. Then the. TORRENCE's five years in the panthers have been intense. It's been a roller coaster. Live of extremes many times. He's picked up a gun, but he's also picked up a microphone. Now, turns didn't join the panthers to sing, but the movements minister of Culture gave him and three other young soldiers, especial assignment for the 'cause it was a musical Qadri whose mission was to spread the seed of Social Revolution through the Trojan horse of funk and soul. It was an rn be group called. The London's music is explosive. Band is powerful, and so is the message. The lumpen work. For the cause killing it wherever they perform San Francisco La. New York Philly and throughout the Midwest, but it only lasts eleven months. Then things in the black, Panther party begin to implode. which you're about to hear is the story of the rise and fall of an unlikely aren't be grew born out of social upheaval. But why did the Black Panthers even need a musical act? Why did they need a band? WHO's militant agenda? Put them up against the forces of prejudice and law and order with every downbeat. The thing is the lumpen were not out to make hit records. There were out to change American culture. It's a journey unlike that of any other band and Michael. Torrents was at the center of it. Up? In Nineteen, sixty six Huey Newton and Bobby Seale Co the Black Panther Party. Most students at Merit Community College in Oakland within a few years. The party offers educational programs, food, service, free, medical care and Drug Rehab. The black community and the panthers lead the fight against rampant police brutality. By the end of the sixties, changes in the air in the bay area is Ground Zero. San Francisco that I will ruin. The fillmore district was very very hot tension. Police were riding. You know if I've if you are selling your papers would come in. Who asked us at you pay? Arrest at new. But at the same time there was a lot of energy. an s the best thing about it. You could really feel the energy particularly among younger people that we felt we could really make a change. Not only make and we're GONNA make. Their will us this commitment to die if necessary.

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Chicago officer hit by vehicle during traffic stop

The Opening Bell

00:23 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago officer hit by vehicle during traffic stop

"Press good morning crews are still on the scene of an accident on the west side south Troy street near Fillmore involving Chicago police officer who is hit during a traffic stop also in the north west side at central just south of diversity some bridge work going on lake shore drive today which will close the bridge over the river for testing starting at nine thirty also some road work on eighty eight continues between route fifty nine and the Aurora toll

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'Viral: Anti-Semitism in Four Mutations': A Close-Up on Hatred

People of the Pod

13:03 min | 7 months ago

'Viral: Anti-Semitism in Four Mutations': A Close-Up on Hatred

"In an unhealthy society? That has problems. They say who did this to us? And the Jews are always candidate. That's columnist George will who's featured in a new documentary on anti-semitism out in theaters across the country on Friday with us in the studio to discuss that film is its creator. Andrew Goldberg in two thousand nine. Andrew focused his lens on the resurgence of Anti Jewish hatred around the world and in mainstream media but after the two thousand sixteen election and the CHARLOTTESVILLE rally where protesters proclaimed the Jews will not replace us. Goldberg felt compelled to return to the topic for an even deeper exploration in viral for mutations of anti-semitism Goldberg travels through four countries. The United States Great Britain France and Hungary to speak firsthand with victims witnesses anti-semites an high profile figures including bill. Clinton Tony Blair Deborah Lipstadt and AJC Europe director. Simone Rodin Benkin in Pittsburgh. He examined the far right ideas that led to the attack on the tree of life synagogue in Hungary he looks at the Anti Immigration. Anti George Soros anti-jewish propaganda promoted by the government and in the UK. He explores the pain caused by the Anti Zionist messages from the UK's Labor Party the film also explores the repeated violence against Jews in France carried out by Islamists Andrew. Welcome glad to be here. Thank you so thank you for making this documentary and I'm curious. Can you kind of take our audience back to the original conception of it and how it evolved over time since I believe some events actually transpired in the making of the documentary will shortly after the election? We noticed there was sort of an uptick in anti Semitic incidents around the country. There were series a bomb threats which we know turned out to be bogus but those caught. Everyone's attention and suddenly everyone was noticing things and shortly after that a lot of tombstones were desecrated several different cemeteries and then the sort of global eyeballs started to notice these things talk about them more in the press and online and we immediately thought we should make a film about antisemitism and we didn't know what it would look like or what it would be. I think our initial thoughts were that would be about the United States but as we did more and more research and we knew this was a global issue. We knew it was happening in other countries. But as you unpack these things you realize that. There's an urgency to a lot of these stories and so we decided to really expanded and to look at four different situations. Those would be the far right in the United States. The far left in England in Hungary where the prime minister has launched a massive PR campaign against a Jewish philanthropist and in France where Islamist have been killing Jews in various terror attacks and other violent attacks against Jews to the tune of what unofficial numbers seemed to be more than three thousand a year. Now you've been making documentaries and doing journalism for twenty years As have I and I was a religion reporter for fifteen years in Chicago and I will tell you when I came here. I was stunned by just how much people hate. Jews. And I'm curious you I. I mentioned this to a former colleague at the Tribune recently and his response. He's in his eighties. He said we'll of course you grew up at a different time You know it's no surprise to me but yeah of course you didn't realize I'm just curious if this was a real shock to your system as you were doing the reporting the idea that Jews are hated was never foreign to me. I mean keep in mind. I'm fifty one and so I grew up where the Holocaust was not that far off. I mean I was raised in the seventies so I guess it was still thirty years old but it was not as it is now sixty plus years old where the next generation of people don't even know it was there Growing UP IN CHICAGO BEING JEWISH WAS It was not something to be celebrated at least among my friends and among my peers. I was made fun of for it a few times. It wasn't I didn't grow up in the midst of it but the Holocaust was connected to us in a way that it was very very real and so for that reason I understood that Jews were absolutely despised and I started making films in my first film that had anything to do with Jewish subjects was around two thousand and two or so and you know it was about Eastern European Jewish life before the war. So we're talking about you. Know all black and white footage of shuttles of Warsaw of what we might call the Yiddish world and that whole world is utterly destroyed in Eastern Europe and in Europe and in Russia and that made it pretty easy to see and in doing that film I started to learn about it. I automate fillmore at antisemitism in the media in the Middle East at one point and you realize that it is it is widespread. There's Anti Semitism where there are Jews. There's antisemitism where there are not Jews. There's Anti Semitism among people who are friends with Jews so my awareness of this has grown so in other words you entered into this project knowing there was a history of this but you had never seen it kind of in the current context as well. I had not seen it the way I see it now. I when I made a film in two thousand seven on antisemitism in the in the in the arab-islamic world per particularly North Africa and the Middle East I didn't focus that much on Europe and the US at the time antisemitism in the US was a very minor issue compared to what it is now. I don't want to say it was minor because there were plenty of people experiencing antisemitism but we didn't have it to the magnitude and we didn't have the Internet the way we do now but I knew that it was alive and well in the Middle East and that was surprising to see just how deep it is just how woven into the fabric of conversation and media it is. I was interviewing some kids in Egypt on the street and I said to them what are Jews they said User Satan Jews are evil. Juice should die. I said what if a Jewish kid was walking right here across the street and got hit by a car. They said we would call an ambulance. These two ideas existed right next to each other. And that's what's so interesting. One is in the abstract one is in the day to day Would you say that abstract versus day day is what's also infecting Western Europe United States? This wave of anti-semitism that we're seeing or is it. Is it very different? I think they crossover so for example. In Hungary there's virtually no violence against Jews In Hungary a survey showed that forty percent. Forty two percent of Hungarians held at least one or more anti Semitic views. Does that mean that? The people by larger anti-semites probably not but it means that the numbers are higher. Those numbers were higher than they were anywhere else in Europe or give or take a country. How many countries are there in Europe? A lot right so but there's no violence against Jews physical violence. That's what I mean physical violence against Jews but those lines do tend to cross over at points and so the fear is that it can translate these nationalist movement so in Hungary just to give some context the government has launched a huge campaign against George. Soros it's on Mute right now. It's not running right now but it ran not too long ago during the European Union elections. It came back up again. I asked one of the spokespeople of Hungary will come back and he told me that it would come back in a very consistent way so the whole idea that the Hungarian government has put forth. Is that this Jewish billionaire. George Soros is out to flood the nation with Muslim immigrants and since Muslim immigrants in the eyes of the Hungarian government are bad. You the Hungarian citizen the White Christian Hungarian citizen are in danger. And you're in danger because of a Jew. So here's these people are all worked up about a Jew who actually isn't doing anything like this but yet at the same time they're not vandalizing. All the Jewish shops are not beating Jews. And what have you? Although there's I've heard some rumblings that a little of that has happened so we'll have to see but I'm no expert on the data right. Well I think that's the argument. I mean argument. Deborah Lipstadt makes in the film. For example it starts with words it starts with comments and then does eventually escalate. That's the danger of not addressing it nipping in the bud. When you see. I think that's here right so I think that in America we've seen rage on the Internet translate into violence than I think you know the hatred in Hungary is really a government media campaign which took place on TV on the radio on the Internet. But also on billboards outside it was like an all encompassing life. You would drive down the street and you'd be bombarded with it here This antisemitism isn't billboards. I mean there's we'd see them occasionally but it's all on the Internet and people get the Internet sort of like you and your computer. You Lock yourself in this little space and then you start to get worked up and you start to hate and so we see that. Not all but many of these. Violent attacks in the United States are people who sort of incubated these ideas on the Internet. You raise a good point billboards in Hungary that was the been the vehicle of communication there for that. Soros campaign but I'm curious what about social media. What about the comments in violence on social media is it just as rampant in places like Hungary as it is here we'll so the makeup and the nature of the of the campaign in Hungary? We didn't break down so I don't know what percentage of it certainly on social media and not only was it on social media is a place where people can share about it right so in addition to whatever the government put on social media because the government had all these different forms they had radio they had. Tv They billboards aid magazines. It's social media mailings mailing mailing which is in the film How much of their media mix was the Internet? I don't know but if you're a person with anti Semitic views you can't do anything with billboard but some people did right hateful messages on billboards with magic markers in pain. They actually vandalize them. But by and large the billboards are you don't interact with them in the billboard. Don't post against back and forth a TV commercial. You don't respond to that. The Internet is where everybody took their hatred in their dislike of George Soros and they brought it to the Internet. And I think that's a place where you would see a lot more of this. Anti Jewish rhetoric the Internet is where it becomes the People's action not the government right. You have obsession in the film that talks about the brief history of blaming Jews. And you talk about the films that you've done in the past and the history of this but one critique of the film that I've read is that doesn't include enough historical context now I hear this critique all the time as a journalist you only have so much space or time right to address the whole of a situation but I'm curious what your thoughts are on whether to include more history or trajectory. The history of antisemitism is extremely complex. It grows out of misinterpretations if that's a word of people misinterpreted biblical scripture. It's changed and it's more throughout the centuries throughout Europe. If you WANNA talk about how it's been a part of the story of Christianity knew very thorny and complicated history which takes a long time to get in and out of now take that for a minute and think about. We have limited shelf space in our movie. I always say to people in movies not a casserole but take that from it in a notice that in the film we have that history. We have extensive history of the civil rights movement in the United States with history of the entire Orban's campaign and where that came from in Hungary in Oregon was we talk all about a migration and the history of colonialism in France as to give the backbone of that in England we talk about the Labor Party going all the way back to two thousand and eight. What we don't do is this deep analysis of Christian history but my response is also this. If I make a film about racism in about how African Americans are being shot in the street by police. Do I need to tell you? The history of why blacks are disliked by racists in this country. If I talk about misogyny do I need to tell you? The history of why people are misogynists to me and the same goes for LGBTQ. Americans no one's asking why. Why do I need to get into the fact of why Trans People are being murdered? Right now are being beaten up. I don't need to analyze that. Well that too comes from the Bible. Right hatred of homophobia grows right out of scripture. But I don't need to give that analysis so it's a it. We talk about double standards and antisemitism and I don't want to say this is anti Semitism but it's almost a reflex that people feel like anything has to do with Jews. With antisemitism with Israel has to be held to some type of second order of scrutiny and I found that a little bit frustrating. There've been some debates on college campuses about whether or not Jewish students who are pro. Israel can join feminist marches. Lgbtq right marches. You other causes. They feel excluded from those causes because of their Zionist positions and so. That's where intersection. -ality has come up a lot in conversations here is how do you address that exclusion? Even though it's very different causes communities have gotten together and there has not been room for the Jewish issue of antisemitism has four complicated reasons not been welcome into that crew. Because many in this left is idea. Do not like how they don't like what's going on with the Arab Israeli conflict let's not even parse the Israeli conflict. Unfortunate part of this. Is that a Jewish students who have nothing to do with Israel who are oblivious to Israel are still being singled out now. It's very dangerous to to assume. Length phrases like colleges are a battleground. We visited colleges as we spoke to a lot of students. It's a very complicated and mixed bag. But there's no doubt that on some college campuses and we don't have hard data on how or where or what we have a lot of anecdotes. We have a lot of very upset parents. We have a lot of very upset students. But what that actually translates into numbers. We don't know what we do know. Is that Jewish? Students are being asked to somehow be called to task for what Israel is said to be

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What’s next for the Democratic presidential candidates?

Purity Products

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

What’s next for the Democratic presidential candidates?

"Another presidential candidate makes a stop in the centennial state booted judge holding a town hall in Aurora after Bernie Sanders big win Nevada Saturday night Colorado I think you're going to help me become the next president of the United States and when you do thank you that's not the only presidential candidate coming to town democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is set to rally supporters Sunday here in Denver she said to appear at the Fillmore auditorium doors open at one the event scheduled to start at three

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Weather in Music

Classics for Kids

03:58 min | 7 months ago

Weather in Music

"Rossini put thunderstorms into several of his operas before they were movies with spaceships and dinosaurs musical. Thunderstorms were state of the art entertainment special effects so composers love to use them. Probably the most famous musical thunderstorm by someone other than Rossini is the one Ludwik on Beethoven put into his symphony number six after the thunder and lightning in that ferocious storm. The Sun comes out and you can just feel everything dry off and warm up In a set of symphonies. He called morning noon and evening. Frontiers of Haydn included a thunderstorm in the last movement of evening his symphony number eight. There's a lot of weather especially thunderstorm activity in Antonio Vivaldi's four seasons but Vivaldi wrote another concerto called storm at sea in which you can hear the waves being whipped up by the wind and rain lose one of the most famous circus. Marches is thunder and blazes. Boulos Food Chick. The thunder stuff comes at the very beginning. Henry fillmore wrote a march called Rolling Thunder. There was a composer in John Fields. Day who wrote a piano concerto called the storm so field decided to top him with a concerto called. The fire caused by the storm. Sure not only does field have thunder and rain. You can also hear the fire exploding. When Richard Strauss put a thunderstorm into his Alpine symphony he went all out. Strauss included parts for a wind machine and a thunder sheet a large piece of flexible metal. That you shake to make the sound of thunder. Even voices can imitate a thunderstorm in his saint. Matthew Passion Johann Sebastian Bach has a double chorus saying the German words. Blitzer and Donna. But this has nothing to do with reindeer. Blitzer and Donna are German for lightning and thunder.

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"fillmore" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

10:13 min | 8 months ago

"fillmore" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"It's almost midnight nine on May twenty fourth eighteen fifty six in Franklin County Kansas. A group of eight men creep along the Pot Awadhi Creek in the darkness of night in the distance. Candlelight from a small house closed through the trees the men sneak through the underbrush toward the lights. This is the home of James P doyle. A pro slavery man from Tennessee. The hour is late and visitors are infrequent so instead of answering the door doyle calls out from inside. Yes what is it what do you want. Can you tell me the way to the Wilkinson Place. But the man that knocked is not looking for Wilkinson's home he knows exactly where Wilkinson lives in. Fact fact abolitionist. John Brown knows the name and location of every pro slavery. Man along the creek. He and his family settled Kansas to fight a war against slavery and incensed at the sacking of Lawrence. Brown is now ready to fight fire with fire and strike terror in the hearts of the pro slavery people tonight. He and his sons John's along with several other abolitionists already to take an eye for nine doyle. Not Knowing of Brown's true intent lets his guard down and opens the door the media brown and his men seized the opportunity and storm the house. No stay back stay away from my family. The Doyle Children Huddle around their mother other sons. The age of twenty two twenty and sixteen and oils young daughter Brown barks orders take outside. Brown's men grabbed doyle and his three sons panic. Mrs Doyle throws her arms around the youngest of the three begging Brown not to take him Brown ultimately spares the boy but orders the other other to out along with their father they walk them a short distance down the road. Doyle pleads with his captor in doing this what have I done wrong to you. You've wrong Kansas Mr Doyle you've round decency and liberty you've wronged God. This is his justice and John. Brown takes his pistol and aims at doyle's forehead. Please take my life but spare my boys spare them Isaiah Chapter Fourteen Verse Twenty One prepare slaughter for his children for the sins of their fathers that they do not rise nor possessed the land or feel the face of the world with cities unease John Brown shot James Doyle in the forehead then Brown sunset upon the younger doyle's with their swords one of the young Doyle's was struck down in an instant but the other attempted escape and was pursued and caught. He died a frightening death with his head head gashed open in his arms hacked off completely but the violence did not end there. Brown's company then attacked two more homes slashing to death a total of five five men in the master Brown's attack only escalade. What would come to be called Bloody Kansas by the end of the Kansas conflict? Some two hundred men were killed. Hold the violence. In Kansas escalated. Even as Washington and President Pierce remained. Paralysed as the election of eighteen fifty six got underway bloody Kansas Kansas doomed Democratic President Pierce's nomination the events of Kansas and his inaction made pierce look inept a failed leader incapable of de escalating the crisis one Democrat said of Pierce. He has no real strength but there is much weakness in him. Personally there's undoubtedly an active opposition to Pearson or rank which we are bound to respect. That opposition rallied around one man. James Buchanan on June fifth at the Democratic National Convention Buchanan was is nominated as the democratic. Party's candidate for president. His running mate was congressman. John Breckenridge of Kentucky. You can't had served as a Congressman Senator and secretary three of state under President Polk but he was not chosen for his resume instead he was chosen because the conflict and Kansas was widely unpopular and Buchanan. Being the Minister Mr to Britain was out of the country time his hands were clean. The decision of who would face Buchanan was settled on June nineteenth when the Republicans is held their first national convention. They followed the old whig party. Strategy of nominating a war hero known as the Pathfinder California Senator John C. Freemont Egmont was the famed explorer who had mapped much of the American West. He had also helped win California during his service in the Mexican American War Republican selected New Jersey Aziz Senator William Dayton as his running mate and adopted a platform of opposition to the expansion of slavery their campaign slogan was free soil free speech and Fremont Egmont the anti immigrant and anti-catholic know nothings nominated former president Millard as their nominee feel more had not sought the presidency and was was out of the country during the nomination but he reluctantly accepted fill. More like Buchanan was chosen for his lack of connection to the Kansas debacle quickly campaign campaign group dirty. The know nothings in eighteen. Fifty six would launch a series of attacks against Fremont and the press in what might be called the first presidential birther scandal the know nothings accused Fremont of being a foreigner. Though it was true. His father was French Canadian. His mother was a Virginian. These attacks also revealed that Fremont was an illegitimate legitimate child but of all the salvos launched by the know nothings none had more traction against Fremont than his suspected Catholocism. He was called a Roman EST and a papist pissed in his defense Republicans stumped hard for Fremont and many including abolitionist preacher Henry Ward Beecher author. Harriet Beecher stowe's brother personally vouched as for him. Being a Protestant Republicans ran an aggressive campaign with chants of we shall overcome. They promised to defeat the powerful Democratic Party. They lauded Fremont's amongst youth and vigor. In contrast to the sixty three year old Buchanan they held rallies and parades stumping for Fremont were popular senators Salmon Chase and Charles Sumner honor Abraham Lincoln pitched into giving almost fifty speeches for the Republican candidate. Meanwhile the Democrats ran an entirely different kind of campaign. Aside from calling Fremont young and inexperienced they came pant on fear painting Republicans as radicals. Who would end slavery for good in Indiana? Democrats held a parade featuring young girls in white dresses holding banners. Reading father's save us from nigger husbands many claim that if Fremont were elected the union would dissolve. You can't and embrace this feeling saying this race ought to be run on the question of Union or Union. The sentiment was only made worse when many Republicans called for the speedy peaceful and equitable disillusion of the existing union seeing the slavery issue as unreputable and disunion the only solution Asian ultimately in the presidential election of eighteen fifty six the threat of succession pushed many to support Buchanan hoping again to maintain the status quo and keep the union. The country had already had a taste of conflict with bloody Kansas. Many sought to avoid more bloodshed. Buchanan would win the south. There was no doubt so for Democrats. Most of the heavy campaigning was done in the north in five key. Swing states that will determine the next President Illinois Indiana Maryland New Jersey and Pennsylvania in November of eighteen fifty six when the votes were tallied Fremont didn't win a single southern state in the north. He won eleven Free State's though he gave the Republicans a great. I run as a party. It was ultimately not enough to overcome Buchanan of the swing states. Buchanan carried all but Maryland which went to know nothing candidate Millard fillmore. It would be the first and last electoral votes. The know nothings would never win. After the eighteen fifty six election the know nothings would crumble and not return to make a presidential run in the election of eighteen sixty though the Kansas Nebraska act had damaged damage the Democrats by further entrenching sectionalism and uniting. Anti Slavery Factions. You can instill emerge victorious though it was far from a landslide. You you can only received forty five percent of the popular vote. The newly formed Republican Party had lost but they had made a strong showing needing many southern Democrats afraid for the future. That fear in the south would carry through much Buchanan's term in the north the overwhelming feeling throughout Buchanan's presidency would be ranged escalate slavery struggle in both Congress and the courts would push the country to the brink. The election of eighteen fifty six had seen the birth. What would come to be called the third a two party system? It also sought beginnings of a sectional struggle between North and South by the election of eighteen. Sixty would rip the country apart on the next episode of wicked game the election of eighteen sixty with the country on the brink of civil war over the issue of slavery to lawyers from Illinois. Fight it Out on the campaign trail for the highest office in the land. Democrats Stephen Douglas. Republican Abraham Lincoln. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen eighty eighty nine to twenty twenty eight the subscribe button on your podcast APP now. This show is supported by you. Our listeners please give a rainy and leave a review but the single best way to to help the show grow visit tell others share with your friends and family find us on social media. Wicked game pod. I'm at Lindsey Graham. Another way to support this show is to go to wicked game. PODCASTS DOT COM members there get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to subscribers find out more at wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM and about our reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything in our show is heavily researched based on surviving historical documents. Wicked game is an airship doctrine created hosted and executive produced by me. Lindsey Graham sound design by Derek Barons Co executive produced by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions. This episode written and researched by. Eric are Chila. Fact Checking Greg Jackson in Seattle Salazar from the PODCAST history. 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"fillmore" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"fillmore" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"The first shots came on November twenty first eighteen fifty-five when fro slavery settler shot and killed a free stater. This sparked a series of arrests and attempted lynchings that progressively escalated until May of eighteen fifty six when a group group of deputize pro slavery men rode into the fortified Free State town of Lawrence Kansas. The pro slavery faction considered the town a hotbed of Free State Agitators so under the guise of assisting federal marshal with the arrest them scape free stater the pro slavery band of deputies quickly devolved into an army of pillagers who sacked the town. Free State newspaper offices were destroyed. A Free State hotel was burned. Anti Slavery. Agitators were captured. The South was celebratory celebratory and the north indignant on May nineteenth eighteen fifty six on the Senate. Floor the abolitionist Senator Charles. Sumner of Massachusetts admonished. The sacking of Lawrence in a heated speech called the crime against Kansas. He lays the blame for the situation or what he called. Murderous robbers from Missouri hirelings rulings picked from the drunken spew vomit of an uneasy civilization. He then attacked Democratic Senator Stephen Douglas of Illinois and Andrew Butler of South Carolina for inciting citing the crisis in Kansas. He called Douglas a noisome squat and nameless animal. Not a proper model for an American senator. Andrew Butler was not present present in the Senate so he did not witness Benham. Sumner spit in his direction. Sumner shouted Senator Butler has chosen a mistress. I mean the Harlot slavery very a few days later on the twenty second of May Senator Butler's cousin Representative Preston Brooks viciously defended his kin. He approached some right right his desk in the Senate Chamber and Said you've libelled my state and slandered my white haired old relative Senator Butler. I've come to punish you for it. Brooks Brooks then took. His gold tipped cane tight made for disciplining dogs and struck Sumner Multiple Times about the head. He hit some. They're so hard to came. Shattered Dirt Brooks was unhinged is wild volume blows was only stock when several men restrained him. Sumner cried out. I'm almost dead. Almost dead covered in blood. Sumner had to be carried out of the Senate. Both men recalled heroes by the respective camps Preston Brooks for taking matters into his own hands ends and Charles Sumner for suffering half the cause but days later news of an even more horrific act of violence in Kansas would soon overshadowed the brook. Sumner instant and it would shock the nation to its core..

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"fillmore" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

01:45 min | 8 months ago

"fillmore" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"It's late Friday. May Twenty six eighteen fifty four in Boston Massachusetts and Anthony Burns nineteen year old black man paces nervously in his jail cell days earlier earlier as he was leaving his job at a clothing supply he was arrested on the street on charges of robbing a jewelry store. He was sure of his innocence so he gave no resistance. It wasn't until they reached a courthouse and burns demanded to face his accuser that he discovered there had been no robbery. His heart sank when he realized why he had truly been arrested. His his capture was a slave hunter. Anthony Burns was a fugitive slave. Burns does not know it but this evening at the nearby Faneuil Hall. The Boston vigilance committee has attracted a crowd of over five thousand abolitionists. All there to protest burns arrest John on swift. A member of the vigilance committee addresses the crown. They say that this Nebraska Bill has repealed the Missouri compromise eighteen twenty live say it is repealed the compromise of eighteen fifty it is repealed the fugitive slave law and repeal the very notion of compromised in Revolutionary Times. Samuel Adams lead meetings. Here riling the people of Boston and the cause of liberty against the British 'cause today Boston gathered faneuil hall to protest for the Liberty of Anthony Burns. I say tomorrow morning when we go to the courthouse and give our own verdict. They think they are the law will gentleman there is another law. It is in your hands and your arms just then the door the hall bursts open a man rushes in with news. A mob of Negroes assembled in the court square. They're trying to rescue burns..

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"fillmore" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

07:30 min | 8 months ago

"fillmore" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"On March fourth eighteen fifty three in his inaugural speech Pierce had made clear to the country his views on slavery stating I believe that involuntary contrary servitude as it exists in different states of this confederacy is recognized by the Constitution. I believe that it stands like any other admitted right and that the states. Where are it exists are entitled to officiant remedies to Enforce Constitutional provision? I hold that the laws of eighteen fifty commonly called the compromise measures are strictly constitutional and to be unhesitatingly carried into effect. It would be this view that would formulate pierces message to Congress in January eighteen fifty fifty four in support of Stephen Douglas Nebraska Act having secured the written statement from the president at their private conference on the night of January twenty second. Douglas presented a new you bill on the Senate floor called the Kansas Nebraska Act which created to New Territories and repealed the eighteen twenty line that established the Missouri compromise. Douglas then read to the dismay of many in the north president. Pierce's written message that the line established under the Missouri. Compromise of eighteen twenty was superseded by The principles of the legislation of eighteen fifty pierce declared the Missouri compromise inoperative and void to Douglas. His bill settled the matter of slavery entirely. He felt that his bill would in all time to come. Avoid the perils of a similar agitation by withdrawing the question of slavery from the halls halls of Congress and the political arena and commitment to the arbitration of those who were immediately interested in and alone responsible for its consequences. Douglas also also hope that his bill would bring him much needed southern support to pass his Nebraska territory bill and his plan for the transcontinental railroad the repeal of the Missouri. Compromise reminds was a lightning rod for both sides of the argument for Democrats. It was a test of loyalty to the Party. Pierce made it known that if anyone was not in favor of the expansion of slavery they were no longer welcome in the Democratic Party he said the administration is committed to the Nebraska Bill. And we'll stand by it at all hazards. The principle of this bill will perform the test of parties and the only alternative is either to stand with democracy or rally under seward. John Van Buren Company. Men Democrats considered anti slavery savory zealots but the measure was still politically tricky. Douglas and hope of bringing the whole of the Democratic base to their side made a motion to postpone the vote until popular support was fully behind the measure. Those who opposed the expansion of slavery also supported the measure to postpone a vote. They needed time to sway public opinion away from the Nebraska. RASCAL BILL SO AVID Anti Slavery Congressmen Salmon. P Chase William Henry seward and Charles. Sumner drafted an address to rile public outcry. The Senate and it would most likely support Douglas's bill but the house was more vulnerable and more in touch these senators believed with public sentiments against slavery's expansion into the north in late January eighteen fifty four senator chased delivered. The address called the appeal of the Independent Democrats in he denounced the attempt by Douglas to undermine the Missouri compromise chase declared at the present session in New Nebraska. Bill has been reported by the Senate Committee on territories which should it unhappily received. The sanction of Congress will open all the unorganized territories of the Union to the ingress of slavery and convert it into a dreary region of despotism inhabited by masters and enslaves chase then appeal to the anti slavery emotions. Now stirring in the north. We appeal to the people. We warn you that the dearest interest of freedom and the Union Munir in imminent peril demagogues may tell you that the union can be maintained only by submitting to the demands of slavery. The union was formed to establish justice and secure cure the blessings of liberty when it fails to accomplish these ends it will be worthless and when it becomes worthless it cannot long endure. We entreat you to be mindful of that fundamental maximum democracy equal rights and exact justice for all men then chase gave a call to action recruiting churches to their cause us we implore Christians and Christian ministers to interpose their divine religion requires them to behold in every man a brother and two Labor for the advancement and regeneration of the human race. Finally Chase pledged. An unwillingness to compromise on the issue of feeling that by the end of eighteen fifty four would soon be shared by much of the North North. Chase promised for ourselves we shall resist it by speech and vote in with all the abilities which God has given us. Even if overcome and the impending struggle we shall not submit we go home to our constituents erect a new the standard of freedom and call on the people to come to the rescue of the country from the domination of slavery slavery we will not despair for the cause of human freedoms is the cause of God. The address address worked a wave of public dissent swept through the north fueling protests and igniting anti-slavery advocates to take action at church services across north ministers preached against the bill many in the north sign their names to anti bill petitions Douglas's Nebraska. Bill had unintended consequences. He didn't united the North within a common cause and many northern Democrats swayed by chase abandoned. The party disillusioned whigs without a sense of direction since death of their party leader. Henry clay rallied to the cause also joining the fight. Where the free spoilers who oppose slavery mainly because it created unfair labor competition and stifled wages these groups united and use their combined influence to stop the Nebraska? Bill's passage after months of both sides rallying support for and against the bill and months months of fierce debate and filibusters. The bill came to a vote in both houses in the Senate it passed as expected thirty seven to fourteen and on the thirtieth of May. Hey the house. Vote fell on mainly sectional lines. Northern Democrats were split on the bill narrowly supporting it forty four to forty two all forty five northern whigs league's opposed it. Southern Democrats voted in favor of the bill. Fifty seven to two southern whigs split their votes twelve to seven and support the total House vote vote was one thirteen to one hundred in favor of the bill making Kansas Nebraska New Territories with a sovereignty to make their own decisions on slavery. Douglas had won the battle. President Pierce with an ecstatic secretary. Jefferson Davis beside him. Signed the act into law in penises inaugural speech. He had warned against against sexual or ambitious or fanatical excitement but pierce and Douglas had in trying to end the debate on slavery only exacerbated and set into motion a bloody battle over the future of the Kansas territory in what many historians consider to be the precursor to the civil war. Immediate reaction to the passage of the act was a reactionary canary obstinate refusal by many in the north to honor the fugitive slave act. If the south was going to end a longstanding compromise the north would stop compromising its beliefs compliance with the fugitive. Slave act was over and many would find themselves willing to commit insurrection. In order to defend those who had escaped from bondage in ending the Missouri compromise the south had thought they had won the argument.

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"fillmore" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

05:12 min | 8 months ago

"fillmore" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"The compromise of eighteen. Fifty was yet another attempt by the nation to set aside. Its sectional views of slavery in the the interest of maintaining a fragile union. But with the compromise came the fugitive slave act which put the issue of slavery on the North's doorstep and ignited anti slavery every sentiment though. The law was detested by many the election of eighteen fifty two saw both the Democrat and whig parties endorsed eighteen fifty compromise and the fugitive slave act in service of national unity. The election fractured and already weak and leaderless whig party along sectional lines and in the end it was Franklin K Pierce Appro Slavery Democrat from the North who drew wide enough appeal to win the presidency. Pierce was viewed as non-confrontational candidate who would maintain the status this quo but pierce's term would bring an end to another legislative accommodation the Missouri compromise which had limited slavery's expansion and held the divided country together therefore generation its repeal in May of eighteen fifty four with the Kansas Nebraska. Act would leave the issue of slavery to popular opinions of each state. The territories of Kansas and Nebraska would become the focal point of conflict between the pro and anti slavery forces no longer willing to compromise on the issue in the wake of a bloody battle. For power the election of eighteen fifty six would bring the demise of the whig party from its ashes. Two new parties would arise the anti immigrant. American can party otherwise known as the know nothings and a predominantly northern party which opposed the expansion of slavery called the Republican Party. The presidential contest first of eighteen fifty six would bring with it a sectional fight. The likes of which the country had never seen this is episode eighteen eighteen fifty six the end of compromise undermine it's January twenty second eighteen fifty four and the delegation of Congressmen undercover of darkness or on their way to the White House to meet with President. Pierce the entourage has led by Stephen Douglas Chair of the Senate Committee on territories when when they arrive at the White House they are greeted by peers as war secretary. Jefferson Davis Davis helps the congressman out of their carriage. Welcome Senator Douglas. Thank you Mr Secretary for arranging this. I trust that this meeting has remained discreet. We have kept our circle. Small Mr Davis we are grateful for the president's willingness to meet us at at this late hour on the Lord's Day no less. He detests business on Sunday. But given the subject of your visit. He made an exception. The men marched through the candlelit halls of the White House to the library. Where President Peter Stands stoically by the fireplace? Mr President Senator. Douglas Gentlemen I trust. You know. We're here Mr President. The route of the transcontinental railroad has yet to be chosen and Douglas the director of the Illinois Central Railroad and a land speculator later wants to start the railroad his hometown Chicago but staunch pro slavery. Democrats have made it clear. If Senator Douglas Wants Western expansion and a transcontinental railroad he will have to support them in the spread of slavery. Douglas has therefore drafted a bill to win their support. But he I must secure the support support the President Gentlemen you are entering on a serious undertaking. The ground should be well surveyed before the first step is taken Mr President. We do not make this decision lightly. I think we do believe it is the right course. Douglas wants to repeal the Missouri compromise which prevents slavery over thirty six thirty parallel in the territory. Acquired the Louisiana purchase this would allow all future states formed from this territory the ability to decide whether or not to allow slavery themselves but Pierce is reluctant lockton. The Missouri compromise has long held this country together. Now you wish me to support your efforts and undermining our national tranquility the railroad will be built. Mr President Progress is coming to the West. If Democrats are to control the territories and the destiny of this nation. Slavery must be allowed to expand. I am a president of the country country. Now senator not only the Democrats but without the Democrats you would not be president Sir. You have them to thank for your office and them to rely on for reelection Mr Douglas. Why not take the to the courts? If I find the compromise unconstitutional it will spare Congress and my office any fault in the manner Douglas. Douglas is known as the little giant. Though you small in stature. He is known for his ability to win the debate. Using his fiery passion skill with words it must be Congress. Mr President President Sir. Repeal of the compromise is due to the south. We must fight for her though I shall be a sale by fanatics without moderation though every terrible epithet will will be applied to me though I shall be hung in effigy and this proceeding may end my political career. I have the duty to repeal this unconstitutional policy. I am prepared prepared to make the sacrifice I will do it will you. President Pierce has always thought of Douglas as demagogue only motivated by self interest but tonight pierce season as a true patriot. Mr Douglas. I will support your measure.

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What Is the U.S. Presidential Seal?

BrainStuff

05:52 min | 1 year ago

What Is the U.S. Presidential Seal?

"SMART is open open is smart. IBM is combining their industry expertise with the open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential essential. Let's put smart to work learn more at IBM dot. com slash red hat welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartmedia. Hey brain stuff lauren bogle Bam here over the years you've probably noticed the emblem emblazoned on the side of Air Force One. It's also attached to the podium from which the US President gives speeches and appears on official White House stationary and invitations a railroad locomotive painted to honor president didn't George H W Bush is decorated with it. It's the seal of the president of the United States of America the presidential seal look similar with slight differences to the great seal of the United States the official symbol. That's impressed upon official documents such as treaties and commissions the precise design of the presidential seal was detailed an executive order ninety-six forty-six issued in October of Nineteen forty-five by President Harry S Truman. It's specified that the seal depict an American Eagle that's holding ending an olive branch in its right Talon and a bundle of thirteen arrows to symbolize the original thirteen states and it's left while clutching in it's big a white scroll inscribed with the motto Eh Pluribus Unum Latin for out of many one behind and above the Eagle. There's a background of radiating glory depiction of rays rays of light crossed by an arc of thirteen cloud puffs below which there's a constellation of mullet sergeant which are five pointed compass stars that image is surrounded by a ring of white stars symbolizing the current fifty United States and around that another circle with lettering seal of the president of the United States though the presidential seals precise origins are unclear it was clearly inspired by the great seal that national symbol was adopted by the continental congress in in seventeen eighty two after secretary of the Continental Congress Charles Thompson merged ideas from several committees into a sketch that subsequently was modified by Herald Thomas the spartan that's according to the State Department's Nineteen seventy-six official history of the great seal written by Richard S Patterson and Richardson Dougal but at some point. US presidents decided that like the British monarch. They needed their own personal coat of arms as well. We spoke by email with Matthew Castello senior historian for the White House Historical Association. He said that the great seal quote was the official symbol of the United States federal government not the office of the Presidency Eh as such some president simply used the great seal while others thought that the president should have their own distinct seal. Castilla explains at least several throw presidents in the eighteen hundreds created their own seals incorporating. Whatever flourishes appeal to them James K polk for example used his own seal on the proclamation of war against against Mexico in eighteen forty six Millard fillmore came up with his own slightly different version which he sent to Maryland Postmaster engraver Edward Stabler to make in eighteen fifty Lincoln used a personalized seal as well. A presidential seal didn't actually appear on an invitation to an event until eighteen seventy seven Kevin according to Authors Patterson and Dougal President Rutherford B Hayes who was hosting a dinner honoring Russian Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich made the invites look fancier zero by placing them with a seal that featured an arc of clouds raise and stars between the Eagles wingtips but the Haze Eagle was thinner in scrawny than today's robust looking eagle and its head turned toward the bundle of arrows rather than toward the olive branch in Nineteen to President Theodore Roosevelt ordered yet another other presidential seal to be installed on the floor of the White House entrance hall. He commissioned a french-american Sculptor Philip Martigny to create a new one Martigny drew on the Hayes design fine but added a few changes including engraving the phrase the seal of the President of the United States in that circular border Truman who didn't like Martin. He's work had removed emplaced elsewhere in the White House during World War Two President Franklin Roosevelt who was fascinated with insignia asked experts to redesign the presidential seal they came up with the idea of adding ring of stars to represent. All the states and having Eagle Face the olive branches rather than the Arrows to emphasize the desire for peace rather rather than war that design was the one that Truman approved in nineteen forty five and it's been used ever since in nineteen fifty nine and nineteen sixty President Dwight Eisenhower and how updated it by adding stars for Alaska and Hawaii. Today's episode was written by Patrick Jake Jake Hydra and produced by Tyler Clang Breen stuff. It's production and I heart radio. How stuff works for more this and lots of other official topics that our home planet has stuff works dot com and for for more podcasts from iheartradio. I heart radio APP APPLE PODCASTS or wherever you listen to your favorite shows in the Montgomery County Maryland courthouse there are thousands of pages of documents detailing the horrific murders of three innocent people soon as I heard the details. I knew my dad was involved right away instantly associate Lawrence but at the time of the murders Lawrence Horn was clear across the country. I'm Jasmine Morris from iheartradio radio and hit home media. This is hitman. Listen and subscribe at Apple podcasts on the iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Detroit, John Hewitt And Grammy discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Detroit, John Hewitt And Grammy discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"They rolled out the red carpet for Detroit's version of the Grammy's Friday night, w w j NewsRadio nine fifties. John Hewitt has more from the annual Detroit music awards partygoers pack, the Fillmore Friday night in honor of Detroit music artists from the past present and future. But as an usual as it may sound music awards. President Howard hurts tells me. Detroit's finest. Or appreciate it more outside of the city, arrested appreciates Detroit using more than Detroiters. Do surprisingly that over the years. Why do you think that is because? Thing where you're living somewhere. You don't always recognize what you've got a big supporter of the annual music awards. Now in its twenty eighth year is local recording artists.

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"fillmore" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"fillmore" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To the stage of the Fillmore heritage center. Keeping in San Francisco General lane, KCBS, Oakland congresswoman, Barbara Lee delivered yesterday's democratic radio address. She focused her remarks on black history month talking about the progress that black Americans have made in this country and the work that still needs to be done. But following this week state of the union address, the congresswoman said that despite the president's call for bipartisanship, Democrats would continue to provide a necessary check on his power. He has sabotage our healthcare system line. The pockets of billionaires at the expense of the poor and presided over the most corrupt administration in history. And after offering a lukewarm pledge of unity in his speech. He then turned around and threaten anyone who would hold him accountable congresswoman Lee, also expressed her pride the Democrats now control the house, which she views is a step in the right direction. One man is dead another under arrest following a stabbing Saturday evening in San Jose police say they were called about a stabbing on Monterey wrote about six forty pm officers arrived to find a male suffering from at least one stab wound was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced deceased. A short time later, a male suspect was taken into custody. Police have released neither a motive nor the names of the two men..

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"fillmore" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"fillmore" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Level to the stage of the Fillmore heritage center. Our in San Francisco lane KCBS, six thirty four on KCBS. Start eight February ninth. A study in contrast is on display in the western sky, the next few evenings as to planet slide past each other, although their siblings, everything about them is different their size, composition and even their color. Tonight. Mars enduranace are separated by about twice the width of your finger held at arm's length over the next few nights Mars will move past year. So they'll be even closer Mars is the second smallest planet in the solar system. It's a bit more than half the diameter of earth. It's made of rock, and it has a series of layers like those that make up our own planet a craft that landed on Mars last year is probing the details of those layers Mars is topped by dark rock and rusty orange dirt. They give the planet and overall orange color, your an by contrast looks blue-green methane in its upper atmosphere, absorbs red light. So only bluer wavelengths shine through your this is the third largest planet in the solar system about four times the diameter of earth. It'd probably has a dense rocky core surrounded by layers of ice and gas major contrast with it sibling planet Mars is well up in the south west at nightfall and looks like an orange star tonight is directly above the moon urine. This is a little to the upper left of Mars Mars will move closer to your tomorrow..

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"fillmore" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"fillmore" Discussed on WLAC

"Oh, the phone number. From Fillmore, California, Joe is on the line. Hi, joe. I'm going great. How are you? I'm fine. Fine. I'm calling because I have a problem with my airplane mode. I can't turn it off. It's. The bathroom or something. What kind of phone is it? My computer on your laptop. Okay. Yeah. Is it a laptop computer Joe? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The laptop and you have one of those some laptops, many laptops, have a function key that puts you in airplane mode. You have that on your laptop? Function personally function. Screen thing. So you're so your WI fi after is. And it's wifi, right? That you wanna use? Get on wifi. But then I'm trying to plug it into the directly into the modem thing. And. Even with a hardwired. Okay. Yeah. What version of windows? Are you running? Okay. Yeah. Hard for me to diagnosis from a long distance. But your I think your instinct is right that something has gone wrong with the driver software. So any any any laptop that has networking has both hardware and software and a case of most computers. The hardware. There's two kinds of hardware. There's a wired Ethernet interface. That's what you tried. When you physically connected and there's a wireless wifi interface. Those those are two different physical hardware chips. One has a radio, obviously, most of them are on the logic board. So there's that. And then there's also software above it that connects windows the operating system to the hardware the date interpreted in translates fort every bit of hardware on your computer has a driver. So it sounds like it's unlikely that both hardware interfaces would die at the same time. So it sounds like. And in fact, it's unlikely that this is different drivers for the Ethernet, which is the hardwired one in the wifi, which is the wireless when those are two different drivers, even so it seems unlikely even that would be messed up more likely, and this is, unfortunately, more problematic. There's something wrong with your network stack. When this happened when you put it in an airplane mode or. Are you race them unnecessary filed? Oh, never erase unnecessary files. Maybe they weren't so unnecessary. Is that what you think Joe computer told me to clean it? All right. Oh, that's all right. If the compute that look if it's Microsoft's cleanup facility doing that. That's safe if it's a third party program. That's less safe. Was it was it just Microsoft? It was doing that. Yeah. I I asked it to clean up. Such as. That's safe. I don't think that did it. Although that's interesting that it broke it. Well, there are few things you can do. It's it's a little bit more complicated to talk you through it than it is to actually sit down and do it. But one of the things that happens with some network interfaces is they is they they go go sleep. So I'll tell you what I'm gonna put in the show notes. A something scooter X chat our chat room moderator found for us. On Microsoft's own support site can't turn off airplane mode on windows, ten desktop PC. It it's exactly the problem, you're reporting. It may not be the same problem is. But there's in this in this conversation there variety of different suggestions that it'd be worth trying. So let me let me put that there. You could you could this is from twenty sixteen. So it might be out of date. It does refer to windows ten, but you could.

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"fillmore" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"fillmore" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The phone number from Fillmore, California, Joe is on the line. Hi, joe. I'm going great. How are you? I'm fine. Fine. I'm calling because I have a problem with my airplane mode. I can't turn it off. It's. Uh-huh. The an adapter something. What kind of phone is it? My computer on your laptop. Okay. Yeah. Is it a laptop computer Joe? Yeah. Yeah. The laptop and you have one of those some laptops, many laptops, have a function key that puts you in airplane mode. Do you have that on your laptop? Yeah. I tried that function function. The screen. Anything? So you're so your WI fi adapter is and it's wifi, right? That you want to use. Wifi. But then I'm trying to plug it into the directly into the modem thing and. Even with a hardwired. Okay. Yeah. What version of windows? Are you running? Okay. Yeah. Hard for me to diagnose this from a long distance. But your I think your instinct is right that something has gone wrong with the driver software. So any any any laptop that has networking has both hardware and software and a case of most computers. The hardware. There's two kinds of hardware. There's a wired Ethernet interface. That's what you tried. When you physically connected and there's a wireless wifi interface. Those those are two different physical hardware chips. One has a radio, obviously, most of them are on the logic board. So there's that. And then there's also software sits above it that connects windows the operating system to the hardware it interpreted in translates Ford every bit of hardware on your computer has a driver. So it sounds like is he's unlikely that both hardware interfaces would die at the same time. So it sounds like. And in fact, it's unlikely that this is different drivers for the Ethernet, which is the hardware at one in the wifi, which is the wireless when those are two different drivers, even so seems unlikely even that would be messed up more likely, and this is, unfortunately, more problematic. There's something wrong with your network stack. When this happened when you put it in an airplane mode or. Are I raised some unnecessary filed? Oh, never a race unnecessary. Maybe they weren't so unnecessary. Is that what you think Joe? I'm a computer told me filed. To clean it out. But yes, oh, that's all right. If the compute that look if it's Microsoft's cleanup facility doing that. That's safe if it's a third party program. That's less safe. Was it was it just Microsoft? It was doing that. Yeah. I to clean up. Ace. I put. Yes, that's safe. I don't think that did it. Although that's interesting that it broke it. Well, there are a few things you can do. It's it's a little bit more complicated to talk you through it than it is to actually sit down and do it. But one of the things that happens with some network interfaces is they is they they go a go asleep. So I'll tell you what I'm gonna put in the show notes. A something scooter X our chat chat room moderator found for us on Microsoft's own support site can't turn off airplane mode on windows, ten desktop PC. It it's exactly the problem, you're reporting. It may not be the same problem. But there's in this in this conversation. There's variety of different suggestions that it'd be worth trying. So let me let me put that there. You could you could this is from twenty sixteen. So it might be out of date. It does refer to windows ten, but you could.

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How Image Sensors Work

TechStuff

03:49 min | 1 year ago

How Image Sensors Work

"So today, we thought we would look at something. Actually, it was Chris suggestion that we look into this particular topic, which was the the the topic of image sensors and what they do. And what the the two main types of image sensors how they are different from one another. And and I thought it was a great idea. It's also a fairly complex topic. We do. You have an article on how stuff works dot com. That says what is the difference between CCD and CMO S image sensors in digital camera. And that's really what we're going to be talking about here. So that there is an article on the site, and that's a nice short article. If you want a quick overview, but we're going to go into some detail a little bit in this podcast. And really the first thing you need to know is that an image sensor is it's taking the place of film, right? Yes. That's correct. Yeah. A long long time ago in a galaxy that happens to be right here where we're sitting. We did a podcast on the mega pixel myth. Oh, I think a lot of people equate numbers with away with quality. And they say, oh, well, I've got a twelve megapixel camera. That's obviously better than that six megapixel camera used on. Well, it depends on what you're doing with the photo. It also depends on again, the other qualities of that camera. Right. An image sensors. Have a lot more to do with the quality of the photo. But in a way, it it really depends. Because again, this there there's this idea that there are two different kinds, which kind is better. It depends on what you're doing with that. What are you taking photos of? And as it turns out, there's they're not really better than one another inherently. They're they're better than one another for specific applications of the photographic technology. And the quality of the two sensors is constantly getting closer and closer. So that the things that one sensor does better than the others start to become less distinct over time because the technology is improving on both sides simultaneously. Now, if we were to go back a little bit to the early days of digital cameras. The distinction was was clear, you know, you would say that. Well, a professional photographer would more like. Have a CCD image sensor in his or her camera. Yeah. CD meaning charge. Coupled device charged coupled device, that's that's one of the two types and someone who has say a relatively inexpensive course back in the early days of digital cameras. That was definitely relative only. Eight billion dollars only fouls lease on his principal going back to that a thousand dollars as opposed to say eight thousand dollars, but the person holding one of those cameras might have a CMO or complementary metal oxide semi conductor image sensor. Yes, they come up and say, the wonderful shirt you're wearing today. Such a great picture. You've taken have you lost weight now thought that kinda complimentary? I have a whole joke about that. But I'm going to spare everybody because we've already said the punchline. Okay, anyway, these are the two different sensors, and they do go about capturing data a different way. Let's let's go into the. Basic way. A camera captures an image. We're gonna talk about still camera here. Okay. So we're we're talking about cameras in general not necessarily Fillmore digital right? Okay. So in general, what happens is you've got a camera in your pointing it at something that you want to take a photo of light is coming toward you. It's reflecting off of the subject of your photo. Right. If light were not reflecting off the subject of your photo.

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"fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"fillmore" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"What is it? Now. How no idea. Wow. I mean, who who is this person Millard Fillmore former around president of the United States, go muehler Allard from I didn't even know this is I know what his full name is Millard Fillmore. So it is a trick question. No middle name. No, just like my mother, Ruth, Cody. No middle name. Uh-huh. You're a trick. Trick question, man. I don't have a middle name either really have often off, you know, I've solicited opinions as to what I should choose as a middle name of. But I started that when I was like twenty two album pick the middleman. No, not Al is the Al Gutierrez. Yeah. Alicea a Goto generic name that I use for everything Al Hamilton album guilty, cutting now mcgillicuddy L Amilton, I can't pick a name that's short for something and not be the full name. It should rhyme with Izzy. That's a great idea is he dizzy. Things that rhyme with Izzy can you can you create your own middle name if you don't have one. Yes. Tire name if I want to you could legally right or aimed at Greg Cody junior and get my FBI or f- PF. I don't know what it is. He FBI PI by the way the institution, and this is also because I'm hungry. I'm just gonna note to those of you who thought that I was complaining about everything in life and Joan enjoy food. I'm going to have pizza with the rest of the group thing about that. You wanted to make sure that we got then crested if you haven't. But it's fun. Do you ever want to make that that Dallas Seahawks pick? Sure, we'll do that next. Let me tell you about Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete played since he was three and begged his mom to let them stay on the ice by some nights. He even slept in its hockey skates. Peach practiced and practiced until one day when he was forty seven p three lines TI just wasn't that good. So he threw his skates in the trash. But then he heard how DIKO proud partner of the NHL good save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch..

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TMD: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Mayo Clinic Radio

01:00 min | 2 years ago

TMD: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

"With your Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, I'm Vivian Williams. The temporal dealer joint or t m j let you move up and down inside decide if you press just right in front of your ear, and you open and close you can feel a little bulge that bulge says Dr Jonathan Fillmore is the TM j and just like a knee, hip or other joint. You can have issues that's called T M D or temporal men dealer disorder. You can have problems with jaw posturing or with grinding and clenching. Those commonly will cause problems associated with the powerful muscles that close your jaw in some cases. Those can contribute toward having problems with the joint itself. Dr Phil Moore says over time a lot of TMD's resolve on their own. If the problem is with the muscles around the joint, physical therapy and other conservative treatment may help only if the problems with the joint itself is surgery and option for more information talk with their healthcare provider or visit mayoclinic dot org.

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"fillmore" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"fillmore" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"And Fillmore street and Columbia heights. A noca- county sheriff's Lieutenant Dan Douglas's, the victim actually called the thirties to report the crime, and a caller was identified as seventeen year old male in a second. Victim was a sixteen year old male both had received a gunshot wounds and were transported him county medical center. Douglas says there was no threat to the public and they're still looking for the suspects and the vehicle a southwestern Minnesota man who crashed his vehicle twice in the same week while driving under the influence of alcohol did not survive. The second crash state patrols is twenty two year old Landon Evans crossed into the path of a semi on highway fourteen and revere Saturday and was killed patrol says Evans had been drinking. He also rolled his car. You knew last Sunday west of comfort. He was jailed charged with drunk driving and released Star Tribune says he had two prior drunk driving convictions wanted age nineteen one at age twenty Minnesota Timberwolves open training camp tomorrow. But today it was media day where much of the conversation focused on someone Who Wasn't There. Jimmy, Butler, head coach Tom dibitetto would not say why Jimmy Butler requested to be traded, but told WCC's Chad Hartman that as coach it's his job to make sure they make the best deal going forward is. As far as the possibility of Butler playing this year with the team he needs a little more time. In terms of rehabbing and conditioning will continue to explore opportunities. If something makes sense, and we'll make our team better. We'll do it. If not we're ready to move forward with him as well. Tip says he has no regrets about bringing Butler on with the team winning forty seven games last year and making the playoffs for the first time in fourteen years, Susie.

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"fillmore" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"fillmore" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Yeah, yeah. Yeah. And that was the first like big place that I played was Fillmore west when it was on market street. They original one. And so Bill Graham was there that night to famous promoter? Yeah, and so I met Bill and went on stage and I was far left my far left and BB was like far right? And so he decided see what I had, you know, and I had studied him and Albert king and buddy guy and muddy waters, and, and you know, then all the, you know, English guys that were doing the very electric blues like Clapton and page and and Henriksen, and jet back and sorta. I mixed all that stuff together, but I studied BB's vibrato and all that, you know his choice. Choice notes and how to hit the string and how not to. And and so he would play a lick at me very sparingly like he always did with a lot of space. And so instead of having a burn off his, I seen him jam with with younger guys before and they always tried to shred him, you know, and it was like the wrong thing the end because he would look at you like I, I saw him look at a lot of younger guitar player, like he Nydia. What do you do? You know? And so I said, this is going to be totally out of respect as shown him that that, you know, I learned my stuff by appreciating what he did, and so I would shoot him back his own thing, you know, and the same lick. And then he looked over and he started smiling and we had a whole conversation going on just with a guitar on stage. And then we played together many times after that and has some really good times. Yeah, like you said, because. There's a lot of times it's not what you play, but you don't play us you guys that that's still like hardest thing for me to do because I like to play and again, you can shred anybody. That's problem though. You know, I mean, most Qatar players like myself that have been playing for so long, you know, you get very, like your dexterity gets better and better and you know, I never stop learning or practising things that I don't know even know probably never have any use form. It's just something that drives you inside. You wanna do that. And so you know, I have like Altima respect for guys like Jeb back now. You know, I mean one of the survivors from that whole era. Yeah, that is still taking it to a new plateau every year. And that's so true for his plane. I mean, everything he plays is amazing, but what he doesn't play as makes stuff so strong. I had. The fortune of meeting Keith Richards a couple of years ago, and I'd seen a gay that he did with Gary Clark. Junior, yeah, John Mayer and Ronnie wood, it was I'm going down. I think I'll king. I'm going down. That's our and everyone's soloing. And you know Gary Clark and John Mayer is no joke, and there's bad ass Woody on the on the fricken slide and Keith came up there and he's. Down and it was like the most genius to notes that ever and I asked him about us like you did they ever was playing so busy. I figured I'd just pick one stay with it. I just had to make sure it was the right now. It's like, it's that's true blues guitar playing. Yes, you can stret or play one note and just hold it and Deng in. Yeah. Yeah. You know what I mean? That is always wear, Keith is come from when I've listened to their stuff and you know, crazy enough man. But I think actually the stones of never sounded better than they do now. Yeah, I've seen him for years. Yes. I went to see him years ago in San Francisco when Winterland was open. I mean, that was one of journey's. First big gigs we played New Year's Eve at Winterland was our first show ever what year it was the ending of seventy two. Wow..

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"fillmore" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"fillmore" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is a tremendous loss not just to pop music to pop, culture in, general Around the world legend a lot these days The Franklin, was all of that he. Laid the groundwork say everyone from the right sorry to Ariana GRANDE due to. Demi Lovato almost everyone else you wanna name I. Wanted to rock and Roll Hall. Of fame she never. Was in a group she always performed. Solo she took care of her own career she. Didn't have any savannah manager and the music some difficult to know where to. Begin. Lady soul, might be a good place absolutely I mean every performance I've ever seen of Aretha Franklin's it almost brings tears to your eyes just so much. Genuine soul Well she learned. A lot of course growing up in church but I it's it's so easy. To find why people are so excited about in. The blues brothers her version of. Funk live at the. Fillmore west which is doing spirit in. The dock with Charles and Ray Charles is holding. On for dear life just to keep up with her choose just a founding. Performer. She moved, almost every time she plays she certainly did longtime music critic WBZ's zone dean Johnson thank you so much dean WBZ news time at. Ten oh three kidding. To. Traffic and weather together, in just a moment but first, this story, three, people have been arrested in New Haven Connecticut connected to more than seventy people overdosing, yesterday around the city, green after they smoked synthetic, marijuana nicknamed to CBS's Tony dokoupil as there this morning very chaotic scene just walking the park this morning we can still see tire. Tracks converging here where multiple. Emergency vehicles were called in response the. Calls began at about eight AM, and for, hours and. Hours they just.

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"fillmore" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It

Unfake It Till You Make It

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"fillmore" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It

"Experience and and like i said distracting myself by doing something i love and then distracting somebody else in yeah i love that it's everything makes a lot of sense and what about your your process or routine to get into creative mode like your best at your peak do you have a thing you do like let's say when you're preparing for fillmore writing a new film i don't think i'm ever out of it i i don't know you know i'm i'm sure some people are if everybody's that way but it's like when i say eat sleep and breathe it i i really mean that it's like you know i go to bed thinking of things and coming up with ideas which makes me you know sit up and write something down in my phone at three in the morning or whatever you know if i'm taking a shower that's on doing if i'm driving that's what i'm doing once i'm at work that's what i'm doing it's kinda like everything in between is just me waiting till i could be doing it again really the only times i really shut it off and i'm not really thinking about that is what i'm with like my wife and my kids the that's the only thing that kind of trump's this side of life for me but you know i mean if i really need to get into like a mode tone which i think is kind of the heart of your question maybe music is definitely something huge and you know you have those i'm never out of like the creative mode but sometimes you get like a rush of inspiration and that usually comes in ways that you just don't expect either a sign that you hadn't heard before that just strikes a chord or a film that you're watching that strikes a court or you know documentary something on the news something you're reading something in life a podcast you know something someone says in conversation a new fact you didn't know and that clicks and you're like oh my god that's a movie or my god that's the scene oh oh man that's that's the salt to the problem that i've been having trying to break the story or or this scene or you know this character whatever even cycle i dig you know aspects of psychology and reading books on that or whatever just.

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Owls Can Hear Sound Beneath Snow

Smash Boom Best

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Owls Can Hear Sound Beneath Snow

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