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Four Debunked Claims by the Media on Kyle Rittenhouse
"The claim by the media was this rittenhouse has fewer no ties to Kenosha How dare he drive Across state lines You know what's funny The guy whose army vaporize them quoting the guy's arm got vaporized who was trying to kill him He actually drove twice as far to commercial but didn't cross state line Anyone want to talk about that No of course not Also he is a felon convicted felon when allowed to have that gun apparently none of the liberals care about that I mean why is everybody freaking out over gauge The guy's got a legal firearm He's convicted felon felony burglary probation violation illegal weapon Then he has sold somebody with an illegal weapon and what happens Karen has shoots him in the arm No one wants to talk about that Nope Back to the claim rittenhouse has fewer notes of Kenosha Rittenhouse was a fact from the testimony in the trial He was a lifeguard in Kenosha Wisconsin at the time And his father lived there Yeah that's me kicking your AWS again Here's another one for you The media's claim that rittenhouse was an outsider and did not understand law enforcement Right this guy's a vigilante This guy's an anarchist This guy's a rent a cop This guy's you know some sort of anarchist Vigilantes a new woke word for racist right You put the two together they work right What's the truth Rittenhouse was a police explorer for the grazed out police department He was a cadet The fire department and he was a certified lifeguard but yes please keep slandering the guy right Keep lying about it I just kicked your AWS again Let me give you the fourth one You're welcome Rittenhouse shot people as they ran away Nope Prosecution witness confirmed They written out shot shot him when a pistol was pointed at rittenhouse's face That would be that gauge gross cruise guess whatever that was last name is Yeah there you
Explorers hope to inspire new generations to protect the Arctic
"Women's spent most of the last two years living in a tiny cabin on a remote arctic island in norway. It's an old trapper station built for beluga hunting. It's no running water no electricity. It's even insulated. It was a couple of very cold winters staying there until the fallen strum she and cinema sorby are explores who are passionate about protecting the arctic. The fastest warming region on earth. While living there they collected data that will be used by climate scientists. They took ice core samples operated drowns to measure sea-surface temperatures and documented wildlife sightings sobe relish the opportunity to live so close to nature to go to a place like the arctic which looks so frozen and so forbidding and to feel so at home was a really powerful feeling and she wanted to share it with others from the cabin sorby and strom connected with students around the world using satellite video. And they're all on camera and they're lit up because they get to explore without leaving their seat. The women hope to inspire a new generation to fall in love with the arctic and worked to protect it.
The Domestication of the Potato
"How many foods that we eat today. All around the world simply didn't exist in the old world of africa asia and europe corn chocolate vanilla peppers green beans pumpkins. Tomatoes and squash are all foods that were completely unknown to the peoples of the old world. Perhaps the most important neural food. However was the humble potato. The potato was originally native to south. America it was first domesticated impro- anywheres from five thousand ten thousand years ago. It's really hard to tell because potatoes aren't very well preserved in the archaeological record. But we know that they were being grown. Probably when studies were first being built in mesopotamia specifically they were probably first domesticated around the area of lake titicaca high in the andes mountains. The first confirmed evidence in the archaeological record comes from the year. Thousand five hundred. You're the coastal city of n con just north of lima peru. The potato was the primary food stuff for the incan empire. Potatoes cooked by ancient peruvians. We're not too dissimilar to how they're cook today. They were baked or boiled and might have been mashed. Potato is pretty much have to be cooked in order for the starches in them to be digestible by humans. Some potato varieties had toxic compounds that required soaking and clay and water to leach out the toxic substances one popular way of processing potatoes in the andes was to make this involved repeatedly leaving them outside to freeze and then thawing them. The next day this freeze drying would go on for three to five nights then they would be laid out and stomped on to remove any remaining water. The result would be white. Rock looking thing not too dissimilar from appealed potato but because it was dehydrated it could last for years. Potatoes had been domesticated all the way down the andes mountains to southern patagonia. In what is today chile prior to the arrival of europeans. The first spanish explorers to the region led by pizarro in fifteen thirty to recognize the value of the potato but when they brought them back to europe it was mostly for consumption by the south american people they brought back with them supposedly and i know this because i actually paid a visit. The first place in europe to grow potatoes was the garden at the monastery in guadalupe spain. It was a place that queen isabella frequently visited.
The Four Career Journey Components to Achieve Blissful Work Experiences
"Believe there are four career journey components. That get people to blissful work and career experiences and they are dream explorer strategize and act. I we encourage people of all ages backgrounds and levels of education and training to dream about the kind of work that they believe will make them happy and well purposed next. We guide them to explore opportunities to do the work that they dream about. Then we focus them to strategize to align with the skill and experience needed to do the work and opportunities of their choosing and last we prod them to act to seize on the opportunities to do the work of their dreams. We believe the key to success is intention -ality allowing dreams explorations strategies and actions to happen fluidly to be truly successful in the future of work. We must be career intentional about dreaming exploring strategizing and acting throughout our lives.
Judge Rules Philadelphia Can't Remove a Christopher Columbus Statue
"Christopher Columbus are celebrating a court victory. The statue of the Explorer is located in Marconi Plaza and South Philadelphia. Judge Paula Patrick says the city had no legal basis to remove it. The statue was a symbol of contention last summer during social justice rallies between people who wanted to protect it from vandalism and those who thought the statue was a symbol of hate. Friends of Marconi Plaza President Richards, a drone tells Fox 29 Philadelphia They wanted to exhaust all Legal possibilities. I believe in America. That's the way it's supposed to, and the process played out that way, and I'm proud to be a part of the mayor's office tells Fox 29. They are disappointed with the ruling and are considering an appeal. Rob Dawson Fox News, a federal appeals
The Best of Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette
"As colette entered a new stage in her life. So did the rest of the world. in paris. Colette found a flourishing network of underground lesbian bars and restaurants. It was in this community that colette met her lover of six years. She was across dressing noblewoman. Nicknamed mri the two for one night performed at moulin rouge together and their kiss nearly caused a riot. Colette tried to continue writing under her own name. But predictably had no immediate success. She resorted to making money in other ways. Before world war one darkened the atmosphere. Cafes cabarets and music halls were full of performances. all kinds. Colette became a music hall dancer. Living a rich life filled with material for her writing. She dedicated herself to her books. While also finding work as drama critic political writer fashion critic and cooking columnist in one thousand nine hundred ten she published the semi autobiographical book the vagabond. The story centers. On a woman named rene who after divorce becomes a dancer music halls. This fresh fighting and sensual book marked the beginning of her new and distinctive voice. A nineteen fifty five review wrote la- vagabond explorers with collects infinite patience and precision. The beating heart of a woman in each and love is not passionate romance nor tender dream but an abiding dul. Colette went onto marry two more husband's court many lovers and right dozens of books. Perhaps her most famous work was g. G the stage adaptation of which helped to launch audrey hepburn's
Why Mealtimes Are so Much More Than Feeding and Manners
"What is going on when a baby who is one year old is throwing food down the first time. That happens very likely an experiment. Let's see what happens causing effect dropping this food. Oh it goes on the floor because babies are explorers learners and they're experimenting all the time so our baby does that and maybe they feel something from us. They probably do feel something from us. Because ellison gop knicks extensive studies show. That children are born with a lantern. Type attention as opposed to what we start to develop more as we mature which is a spotlight attention so with the spotlight attention. We can get distracted and miss something going on over here. Because i'm focusing over here. Well a baby actually can't do that. They are taking everything all the time. So even if they're not looking at us they're feeling us. They're sensing our emotions. They're sensing if we're comfortable for sure. And it's not something that they can turn on and off this lantern is always on there always taking us in but if we don't see this as a basically competent person that we're dealing with then. We're probably going to be less likely to be attuned. So if we're not being attuned in the situation for not tuning into the person than to us it might seem like. She's just randomly throwing food. She doesn't know what she's doing. Just sort of more absent minded. I'm not intentional. I'm not aware but what are baby is actually doing their even the first time that this happens where we might say. Oh whoops you drop that down and it went all the way down to the floor while you're eating. I want you to keep the food at the table please. And i'm approaching this whole activity as an intimate activity. I'm not distracting. My child and i'm not going to be distracted myself. These are prime caregiving times. Where children really need our full attention and we will get more out of it to that way than if we're just trying to get food into a baby were actually kind of teaching or engaging or president. They're responding to us and it will feel more satisfying for us as well. So feeding with the riot. Approach with magda gerbers approach. It's not just about fueling our child with food. It's about fueling our relationship
"first explorer" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"A thousand dollars coming their way and you know what since we love you so much. Erica we're gonna send you your own five hundred dollars thanks to bake funai. Gosh are you serious. Absolutely thank you. I know. I know being a teacher. They well they way overpay. You and. I know that you don't need the money. You have a beautiful beautiful day. Good luck tomorrow. Okay thanks and hey happy early birthday thank you. I'm so old. How old i will be. It's kind of weird. Thank you eric. Hold on one. Second elvis rancho new york city in the luxury of our studios while ghandi's in an rv rakes on the trail trail traipsing trailed traipsing our asses off if the best so sequoia. What's that like sequoia is incredible. The trees are some of the biggest things i've ever seen in my life. I had no idea he's got this big. It's i mean again. It's if you can get out and see this kind of stuff. It's the best stuff to see. The roads are a little wendy. That kind of makes us nervous in our v. so wishes look. We'll take rv retailer rv. One explorer usa gone is off the grid..
The Whistleblowers Are Coming Out in Spades
"Hey everybody charlie kirke with assault and brunei otherwise known as james. O'keefe you brought a couple of people in the room with you. See i need you hard time. James suzanne on each other a couple of years hard time but you are one of the few people that actually do something meaningful in the movement. I appreciate that. So you are now. In a whistle blower project tell us about that whistleblower in the room right now you can't see them but Usps whistleblower we had a to tv insiders. One came on your stage april moss. Cbs detroit just. These are people currently employed by television news. Networks postal service. A new one came out today. Hasbro big story critical race theory. They feel compelled to go public with information. That is people. try to keep hidden. And it's the heroism. Because they wanted to lose their jobs. Now charlie so we have a dozen they have come out and and it's going to be hundreds so we're going to hear from david and a couple of seconds here but i wanted to get an idea of whistle-blowing this used to be something. The media was actually interested in right and you just kind of filling the void of courageous expose style journalism. Why i think there's a relationship. The journalists have become slaves to their access. They they've become dependent on protecting the people in power. They they wanna protect the status quo. Cnn invites clapper on even though he committed perjury. They have a symbiotic relationship with the very people are supposed to be holding accountable so no one is willing to do this. Sort of aggressive watchdog journalism anymore and twentieth century. These explorers lost their mortgages their homes they got divorces but now there's life after whistleblowing because of the digital age and websites like gibson. Go facebook insider morgan. Common last month raised half a million dollars. Charlie in twenty four hours. What did he exposed. He released documents inside facebook. As a software engineer they had quote vaccine hesitancy so facebook admitted. Even if what someone is saying on facebook is true they will censor you and they don't want you to know that they're censoring you and to me. That's the part that so shocking. They want to hide what they're doing. We want transparency into baked tack. So the whistle blowers are coming out in spades.
Royal Caribbean to Host 600 First Responders in Cruise Ship Near Building Collapse Site
"Here's your crews news briefs for saturday. July third twenty twenty one. Royal caribbean has offered up ship explorer of the seas to serve as a temporary residents for first responders in the surf side condo collapse which is just a few miles from miami beach in a facebook. Post the lines president. Michael bailey said that up to six hundred first responders. We'll stay on the ship for a few weeks. In addition to the cabin the ship lhasa provide hot meals laundry service and wifi to the search and rescue
"first explorer" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"But nothing ever happened the generic name in europe. This time for the emperor was simply prester. John ethiopian sent representatives to the fourteen forty one council of florence and were deeply confused as to why everyone kept calling their leader prester john as with asia eventually increased knowledge about put a damper on the prester john myth and that and if you opium's continually saying we don't know who pressed her john is however that still didn't totally kill off the legend. When the first explorers from europe sailed to the americas they were keeping a lookout for prester john just in case he might pop up somewhere in the western hemisphere. In hindsight the prester john story does seem a bit far fetched however there is a small kernel of truth from which the rumors and legends all began for example when the first stories appeared about prester john being in india there actually was a christian population in india on the west coast near the modern day city of koshi. Christianity arrived there by at least the third century. Perhaps even sooner there were some trade between india in the middle east so this knowledge probably got around likewise the stepfather of gingas. Kahn was in fact a christian as well. He was an historian christian as were several other members of genghis khan's court ethiopia was and still is a predominantly christian country. In fact it was one of the first countries to ever become christian. This fact would have also been known early on especially before the rise of islam. The prester john myth can be thought of as mostly mix of a small bit of truth with a lot of wishful thinking. Andy profound ignorance of geography. The hope for a distant king who would come and save. The day was so great that it kept the story alive. For centuries the legend of pressure. John keeps appearing in comic books and other works of fiction including getting a mentioned in shakespeare's much ado about nothing. The lasting.
How Is The Piri Reis Map so Accurate?
"Born around fourteen sixty five in gallipoli. A turkish peninsula across the gene see from greece. Pirie reece's real name was haji. Ahmed mouhidin puree. The word res actually referred to a rank. He acquired later in life. As a captain in the ottoman navy. From a young age. Pirie felt at home on the sea. It only twelve years old. He joined a crew of pirates led by his uncle. Kamal for fourteen years kamala attack christian trading ships in the mediterranean sea with periods side. The islamic ottoman empire was expanding but it wanted to avoid open warfare with italy. Spain and portugal. So it empowered private captains like kamal to do its dirty work period. Uncle taught him how to pilot a ship and navigate. Using the stars together they fought battles and stole plunder. The even rescued jews and muslims fleeing catholic persecution in the spanish peninsula and in fourteen ninety five. The empire officially inducted inducted puree and kamal into the imperial ottoman navy. Kamal died in fifteen ten leaving forty-five-year-old pirie without his captain and mentor freed from obligation. He hung up his pirate boots and turned to his. True passion cartography. He returned to gallipoli and to work on a map that he hoped would capture the whole world on a single page. This daunting task took three to complete period gathered more than twenty different charts created over the preceding two thousand years. One of his sources was an ancient map supposedly drawn from the reign of alexander. The great sometime between three thirty six and three twenty. Three b c e. Many others were drawn by portuguese and arabic explorers to combine all these charts period had to match the contours of each continent's coastlines to each other like fitting together pieces of a puzzle. Even with modern technology. This would be difficult but at the time. The task was nearly
"first explorer" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"There is love beyond our world. There is war beyond our world there is life beyond our world there is football cancer third fifty six eleven f y for about a year equal to june twenty. Third sixteen eleven. Ad the're on cancer third fifty. Six eleven a troll from the sheep. A union named dora puddle foot became the first explorer to reach for bellas antarctica. A polar continent on the bottom of the world known as the sco beating her avalon rival famed harvey explorer jeremiah will sacramento dora puddle. Foot was born in the small town of hampton while it was still occupied by the sheep a union for orientation purposes. Hampton would be right. Where the canadian. City of calgary is located on a map of earth trolls and fabella shared more in common with hasbro trials. That are depicted in the movie. Smartly titled trolls starring. My future wife anna kendrick as opposed to the traditional big lumbering stupid creatures normally depicted in fantasy for bellows. Trolls are short harry and extremely simeon. Like if you saw them. You'd think that they were the missing link in human evolution. Female trolls like dora were called tresses. Dora puddle foot and her wife f dera met whilst belonging in the diamond caves of adel island dora and fm dera became well known around their hometown of hampton for their many of these scaling the tallest mountains and exploring the vast rainforests of bella their dream though was always to be the first people to chart the polar continent of visco like antarctica. Zisco was a bone chilling wasteland. Vastly uncharted an unexplored by people harpies. Were the first to map it. But couldn't fly further inland than the coast because the cold would freeze their wings. Dora and fm dera intended to be the first people to set foot on cisco and to gain their place in the history books but in fifty six own. Nine epidemic contracted a deadly illness and died after mourning. The loss of her beloved spouse. Dora was more determined than ever to reach. Zesco achieve the shared dream of herself and her late wife. But she's got competition and avalon ian harvey named jeremiah also had his eyes set on cisco he had already achieved fame by discovering every air quote. Here nineteen different types of flora and fauna in his expeditions. But really he'd always taken the credit of these discoveries from the native locals as this go was the last unexplored region of the world which the bird folk bella couldn't even fly over due to the chilly temperatures sacramento san francisco as a way to achieve greatness and me his ancestors proud an early fifty six ten dora puddle foot assembled. A small expedition team made up of half ling's just like herself and set sail for this goes keep of desperation to set up a base camp on the coast meanwhile jeremiah sacco also with a crew under him set up base camp on the shore gonna die bay about one hundred fifty miles away from dora puddle. Foots location dora. Puddle foot began mapping cisco were the eight of her crew being transported across the frozen landscape by sled dogs which he found was a vast frozen tundra populated largely by yetis armless white creatures shaped like a bowling pin called schmooze and esto creatures covered insomuch thick white hair. All you could see west. There allies cereals was less fortunate. His sled broke down because he didn't know how to use them. And he aggressively abused has dogs on cancer. Third fifty six eleven sacramento reached the pole only to find dora puddle foot planting the shiba flag in the center of the tundra instead realizing that he'd been beaten but no roaming that he could save his reputation if he published his map of cisco first sacramento spat back to his campsite and urged his crew to quickly pack up everything. Little did sacree all know that a storm over the whole can't ocean directly in his path was forming in his haste to leave and clean glory. He neglected to read the weather reports. And heat the advice of his fortune tellers sacramento and his crew were swallowed up by the storm. Never making it back home to avalon. Dora puddle foot never saw psycho creel or his crew while she was on cisco she didn't even know there was a separate crew there until years later when one of the survivors from sacramento's crew sought her out after her historic sub arctic journey. Dora puddle foot published. A book on her exploits. Dedicating it to her wife. Who spirit was there with her. Every step of the way..
"first explorer" Discussed on Leo Today
"Make this a wonderful time to be you connect with loved ones explorer something with a partner or simply take time away to focus on self care. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships since twenty eleven. Neptune tunas made waves in your eighth house. Slowly eroding away notions of what a mutually beneficial relationship should look like. Now you can move forward with a more adult understanding of give and take ready to be a true partner. Contemplate the work you do and your career mars in your sign trains. The sagittarius moon fostering enthusiasm for personal projects. Trust what ever. You're working on right now and give it. All you've got leo. Today is a daily podcast. Follow on spotify to make it part of your morning routine if you're interested in learning more about your sign. Download the sanctuary app from the apple app and google play stores. Get your astrology. Tarot or psychic readings today and follow sanctuary world on instagram. that's s. anc t. u. a. r. y. w. r. l. d. horoscope today is a spotify original from podcast high listeners. Don't forget that starting july first horoscope today is moving exclusively spotify now. You can find your daily dose of destiny all in one place to ensure you can still hear this insightful content download the spotify out for free and search horoscope today choose your sign and give it a follow to start listening. That's it or you can just search for your sign within the spotify app and start following from their remember. It's all free. We appreciate your loyalty and support and look forward to seeing you on spotify..
"first explorer" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour
"Had like the commitment to go row the and saw the stuff about The watched apparently bloomberg said the apple is working on body temperature sentences so in addition to hurry monitoring dc g in romans And gps and everything they going to try. And add in a sense of that. Wh- noninvasive measure your temperature of your skin. Or i guess sub sub skin temperature. This was apparently originally man to come out this year. Maybe themed along like the covid staffer checking your temperatures in the welcome the features take a bit than they wanted and probably next year Based a nice feature And you can imagine. Were going to do the same things they do with hot race off wet. You can track your temperature. But we say if they're massive changes in the trend and they'll give you notifications etc etc and we spoke about the the rumor about the rugged. What try right. The kind of rubberized big one explorer. That it's kunti again. Mago back at that product is definitely coming out next year. So it won't be this foods lineup and certainly for both temperature and the rugged model those will be what we call series. Eight will be series seven correct. Yeah yeah it's kind of. I think they were trying to get the buddy try this year and it's the latest report from bloomberg. Says it's gonna happen. Yeah there is an episode of of Of watch time with tempur developer.
Apple Plans Faster Watch, Future Temperature and Glucose Sensors
"A mark gurman and debbie. Woo apple scoop monday. Their sources say apple is planning to launch a faster. Watch with improve connectivity and screen later this year which okay. That's probably to be expected. There always improving things like connectivity and screens but also what if we got new model types say an entry level and extreme sports model beginning next year quoting bloomberg the cupertino california-based tech giant is planning to refresh the line this year with a model likely dubbed the apple. Watch series seven. By adding a faster processor improved wireless connectivity an updated screen. According to people with knowledge of the plans next year the company plans to update the main apple watch alongside a successor for the lower end apple watch s e and a new version targeting extreme sports athletes apple had previously aim to put a body temperature sensor in this year's model. But that is now more likely to be included in the update. The blood sugar sensor which would help diabetics monitor their glucose levels is unlikely to be ready for commercial launch for several more years for this year's model apple has tested thinner display borders and a new lamb technique that brings the display closer to the front cover. The new watch is likely to be slightly thicker overall but not in a way. That's noticeable to the user. The model will include updated ultra wideband functionality. The same underlying technology in the apple airtags item finder at its developer conference in early. June apple previewed the upcoming watch. Os eight software update. That will the device unlock door and hotel rooms. The extreme sports model described by some inside apple as either explorer or adventure addition was in development for release as early as this year but is now more likely to launch in two thousand twenty two that new model would help apple compete with rugged offerings from players like garmin and casio computer and quote.
TuneIn CEO Richard Stern on 'Joining the Conversation' With Audio
"Think we're still in the early days of audio Even though it's it's it's burgeoning and it's exciting and more people are listening than ever It still feels like the it early innings. You know when we compare it to other mediums like video or like text on the internet. So there's a lot to build there's a lot to discover there's lot to innovate But but a natural sort of human instinct. When you're listening to conversational audio. Is you wanna interact with it. You want to join the conversation and voice technologies. give us a tremendous Capability in that regard You mary to it the fact that you know so much listening happening on connected devices that have Voice assistant capabilities. And i think there's lots and lots of room To explorer to create together But that that fundamental human instinct of. Oh i want to interact. I wanna join the conversation. I think should propel a lot of our thinking and creates a lot of opportunity for everybody in this ecosystem
Moses Gates and the Chrysler Building Eagles
"Hey folks. My name is moses gates. That's my name. And what do you do it. Yourself moses I'm an urban planner. I work in new york city for a nonprofit. I've been in nonprofit urban planning for pretty much most of my career. Try to come up with good ideas about how to make this city better for people and make them happen. Among many other things moses gates is a man truly loves his city well first off. Let me ask you a weird question. Would what is your relationship with new york city. I gosh i mean old married couple of this. You know. I definitely gone through all the stages of romance. I think i have the relationship. A lot of other people have with it like complicated But but a love for its you know the people the place thought the whole thing and like you wanna you just just just want to be part of it. But there's something about moses that might not be evident. At first glance moses may look like as he puts it. I'm a nice jewish boy from the midwest. The thing you wouldn't see disguised under the suit jacket and tie under the friendly. Bearded face is the fact that moses also happens to be very good at going places the authorities do not want him to go going past the no trespassing seinfeld better way of putting it you know i originally talked about it is as places you're not supposed to be but i don't i don't really like that framing. I think i'm supposed to be there. I think you know anybody supposed to be there if they want to go. You know it's just that sometimes the authorities don't think you're supposed to be there. Do you consider yourself urban explorer. That's the label. That i guess is kind of caught on. So okay you know it's I consider myself a curious person who loves cities and likes to see them and tries to go about seeing them and learning about a. And there's you know there's a lot of different ways to do that
The Curse of Transylvania University
"Established in seventeen. Eighty transylvania is the oldest university west of the allegheny mountains. Its name means across the woods in latin and the university was named after the colony of transylvania which had also never heard about. Have you a little history lesson about the tiny short-lived colony of transylvania. So as an american colony founded in early seventeen seventy five by north carolina. Land speculator richard henderson. He was head of. The transylvania company henderson is investors. Bought lands west of the southern and central appalachian mountains from the cherokee nation in exchange for the land. The tribe received goods worth around ten thousand british pounds. About one point. Five million now. This land was also claimed by both the virginia colony and was at the time the province of north carolina american pioneering frontier explorer daniel. Boone was hired by henderson to establish parts of the transylvania settlement. The revolutionary war though complicated things and the states were forming around transylvania's establish towns kentucky tennessee north carolina eventually absorbed their respective parts of the colony henderson was compensated with a land grant along the ohio river in western kentucky and where the current town of henderson was founded. So he's still got something. so what remains. This colony. is transylvania university transylvania university at its start was a single log cabin in boyle county kentucky. Its first sponsor was an episcopal church though it's kind of known to be presbyterian still even the school moved to lexington in seventeen eighty nine in the early eighteen. Hundreds the school expanded under the order of kentucky icon and politician henry clay who both taught law there and was a member of transylvania board. After eighteen eighteen the university had a medical school a law school divinity school and college of arts and sciences in the mid. Eighteen hundreds transylvania university. Was these school. If you were a fancy person from the south it's alumni included vice presidents. John c brennan ridge retired mentor johnson. A member of the lewis and clark expedition and stephen f. austin founder of texas
Ford: Electric Vehicles to Be 40% of Global Sales by 2030
"Ford expects forty percent of its global sales to be electric vehicles by twenty thirty as it adds billions to what it's spending to develop them the automaker says it will add about eight billion to its electric vehicle development spending through twenty twenty five that would bring the total to nearly twenty billion as board begins to build batteries in a joint venture with SK innovation right now board only offers the all electric Mustang S. U. V. but by next spring it will happen all electric F. one fifty pickup and a battery powered fan Ford says seventy thousand customers have put down a hundred dollar deposit on the F. one fifty and the company says it has plans for an electric Ford explorer SUV I'm Julie Walker
Microsoft Is Finally Retiring Internet Explorer in 2022
"Explorer for Good. Microsoft is retiring the Web browser next year. See Net editor at large in share says this is the end of an era Microsoft included it for free and windows and effectively killed off all competition, which led to an antitrust trial. But what was interesting is that it created a moment on the Internet, where tons of companies started standardizing on all sorts of different code and made the early Internet were Explorer will be replaced. By Microsoft Edge, which was released last year. The man
Data Breach at an International Student Insurer
"Data breach international student. Insurer avoid starker wear and the latest business. Email scan. Welcome to cybersecurity. Today it's wednesday may nineteenth. I'm howard solomon contributing reporter on cybersecurity for it world. Canada dot com. A canadian based insurance firm called guard dot me has begun notifying policyholders of a data breach. The markham ontario company specializes in covering international students not protected by government insurance. According to the bleeping computer news site policyholders are being told. The company spotted suspicious activity on its website on may twelfth data accessed includes dates of birth engenders the email and physical mail addresses as well as phone numbers of some policy. Holders were also copied the data breach notification also says the company is now adding two factor authentication to protect loggins. Does your organization allow employees to use the internet explorer browser. Do you as an individual use it. Well if so better make sure. The browser is patched defender. Says exploit kit used by a number of cyber attackers now includes ways of getting to unpack vulnerabilities explorer to deposit. Now where victims get hit just by going to an unsuspecting but infected website by the way one of those patches was issued back in twenty eighteen the other in twenty nine thousand nine hundred.
Crew Now Getting Vaccinated at PortMiami
"Port miami began vaccinating cruise ship. Crew members will throughout the week. According to a statement on saturday crew members from royal caribbean explorer of the seas received their first round of shots in total nine hundred crew members will be vaccinated over the next seven days last week. The port started vaccinating employees and dockworkers port. Canaveral is also starting this same
"first explorer" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Was it? Yes. According to NJ dot com. Yeah, like something like that, Or did you ever pay extra for a personalized License plate with your name on it, or some funny thing on it. 1 802 83101.5 Robert in California were on New Jersey one of 1.5. Well, so I would get this plate. However, it needs to be stamped. I don't understand. Like your man printed like these. Um Oh, that's right. Yeah, because they're totally flat now. But right, But this was back when it would have like a Yeah, like the actual it was like it was like the three D imprint kind of prisoners do it or something like in the movies. You know, I bet you I bet you to save money. I bet you it would just be a printed. I doubt it would be the stamped and I'm of prisoners making anymore. Yeah, I don't know if you have that's true. I'm not sure if prisons do it anymore. Okay. But why would you like it, though? Even if you could have it exactly as you wanted it. If you think it's under static thing as the kids are CIA driving around in their pants, and it's you know, I found out of every background. Magnus Human That's like, you know, take you by a soldier. But back then he did think it was kind of drab and ugly. All right. Hey, Robert. Thanks for your car. This thing all right? Well, give us your opinion on this, If if you can remember back to the 19 eighties and and if you can't by the way, There is a good example of one. There's a picture of one on our website on the defense. Can Doyle page and j wanna 15 dot com. Um, Obviously I'm biased because ugly is one of the words in the headline. But it's got a photo of it. So take a look at that and ask yourself would you pay $50? Initially and then $10 every year for renewal just to have one of these old fashioned blue plates 1 802 831 on 1.5, Dan. Initiating station. You're in New Jersey. One of 1.5 guys. How you doing? All right, damn. I still have my blue plates from 1990. I got my driver's license. I got my driver's license in 1984 got brew plates in 1990. I went from a car tow a truck. I still have the same place. When's the last time you transferred the plates? Actually, just last year. That was three trucks ago. See, because I don't know what it is that I'm thinking. I thought that that end that I thought that you were not allowed to transfer plates anymore, but clearly, I'm wrong. You just did it a year ago. Well, little G V W is the same. And you can't go from like a cardio SUV or card to a truck. But if it's the same kind of where you can trust me, please I wonder if that's what I'm thinking. Because, remember when my first explorer died, and then I went to a fusion. Yeah, Maybe that's what I'm thinking. Dan. So, Dad, why did you want to keep those plates just because it's nostalgic. Yes, because nobody else has blue plates. Okay. Have you ever have you ever looked at license plates like on a road trip across country or whatever and thought New Jersey plates are kind of boring compared to some of the cool stuff you see? Oh, yeah. And we do that a lot when we when we go on a road trip, But, yeah, you're right. I was just really block compared to a lot of them out there. I'm looking at the top 10 specialty point. Uh, there's a treasure our trees plate. I think I've ever seen that one. That raises money for what? Like the shade tree and community forest program, huh? Whatever that is. There's one for the pineland. Okay. I think I've seen that one. No. There's the agriculture. The moment has the fruits and vegetables on it. I've seen that one. Is there an image on the one for the pylons? Is it just like a pickup truck with spilled beer or what? What exactly is the image shows part of a pine tree with some Berries on it? Well, that was easy own. They took the nice way out on that one, didn't they? What else? You got United? We stand with American flag on it. Which raises money for the U. S. State Department's rewards for Justice program, which provides reward money for information leading the capture of terrorists..
"first explorer" Discussed on X96
"This fake maniacal laugh at the media for saying that Joe Biden won the presidency. And the winner was bomber candidate Number two, the evangelical preacher Oh, he did win He D'oh. Okay. Yeah. Just buy a few votes. Honestly, I didn't think you were okay. Thank you very much. That is your boner of the day for today. Now qualified to be boner of the week. Let's talk to Tim. Now about Dinos. Following is a sponsored feature. Tim Lee is at the Museum of Natural History. What is your official title there? Kim Uh, the director of exhibit There's something called an Arctic dinosaurs. At the museum Museum of Natural History right now, so I guess these are dinosaurs that lived In the cold, frozen Antarctic, or was it cold and frozen back then? Ah, that is a good question. Yes, our latest special exhibit eyes Antarctic dinosaurs Perfect. For this. Ah, Winter wonderland that we're living in right now. Yeah, these dinosaurs actually did not live in the snow, However, um, back when they thrived in Antarctica, Antarctica was actually You know, starting to drift towards the South Pole. It was part of pen JIA originally and then it starts to drift so through these millions and millions of years It eventually shifted to the South Pole. But the age of the dinosaurs really existed about 200 million years ago, and Antarctica was very different was lush. It was hot. It was green. And you had to look out for the large dinosaurs there, so they were explain experience in global warming back then. Yeah, there was climate change. I mean, that climate change is something that we're dealing with right now, and it's definitely been part of our planet's history as well. And when they were, you know, drifting down south there, Climate drastically changed as well from when it eventually in the South Pole. Are these different kinds of dinosaurs than we're used to seeing? Yeah, So if you've been to the Natural History Museum of Utah before you've probably seen our past Worlds gallery where we need a lot of Utah species, well, these air very different. Obviously, there's one called the criollo story. That was discovered nearly 30 years ago by paleontologists as they brave the extreme weather and climate of Antarctica to dig up these fossils. And the criollo resources. You get to see a skeletal amount of it in all its beauty, And then you also get to see a fleshed out version, which is beautifully immersive, and it really takes you back to Antarctica and what it was like when the trial of source thrived. I think it just You know, I'd feel good if I came away from it being able to pronounce criollo. I've got to practice that one. Yeah, Yeah, that is kind of a rough one. Ah, How did they When you say it's fleshed out. How How is it? What have what have they don't have these if you got robotic wa Ah, robotic one or what? How is it? That's a good question. So yeah, our past world galleries, galleries features skeletal mount. So you get to see the entire you know, dinosaur skeleton, Well, Antarctic dinosaurs. We've actually added, you know the layer of muscle and feathers. You get to really imagine what these dinosaurs look like. When they're living and thriving in Antarctica. Very immersive. We have tons of interactive we have over 100. Fossil that has been collected from Antarctica during the past, you know, Ah, 100 years. There's great stories of all the early explorers that braved, you know, amazingly difficult conditions to make discoveries of science in Antarctica and visitors really get Teo, you know. Visit Antarctica and imagine what it was like to be one of the first explorers and imagine what it's like to be a paleontologist to make a really cool, new, significant discovery. The exhibit go Antarctic dinosaurs at the A natural History Museum of Utah. It goes through. Ah, April, 4th correct. And what do you doing? What are you doing for assumed You're doing something because of the Corona virus out again. Yeah, right. Good question. Yeah. Antarctic dinosaurs runs through April 4th and everyone who would like to visit the museum and check out Antarctic dinosaurs. We hope you do. Now you have to buy your tickets online in advance. We have 30 minute times lot starting at 10 o'clock and running until 4 30..
"first explorer" Discussed on Think On Your Faith
"The kids. That was interesting and I you know for my viewers who are who who may be viewing this. They would have known by now or actually they won't know by now because this will be my first podcast goes out. but they will know later that on every fourth Sunday. Every four Sunday my podcast will be an intimate interview with one of my family members and they can their sort of TELO perspective as to how this all went down. So I'm going to let them speak on that but for for the purpose of this, I'm just GONNA say. It was hard. It was very hard but is very hard. There was shocked. And for those listeners that don't know the composition family you had you have boards yet some boys serve admissions, I mean give him an idea. So they understand yeah my son, my oldest son escape was serving a LDS church mission. When I had already pretty much decided to exit the church. When when the covert outbreak came out again, timing was awesome because it worked just in my favor on the covert outbreak happened. The church leaders decided to send all the foreign missionaries who were serving missions outside of the country the send them all back home. So my son was coming back after nine months of being out and he was serving and saw. And so when he comes back. He came back not knowing that our family had already. We've already this decision. My kid still on board is already gone but had already given my my I gave my kids that their own personal you know right and freedom to find as they. Will you know? And he told me you. You said, you have an open call zero you have a, you have a orbital. Describe it or I don't want to work your mouth but no, no, it is. It is an book home we. So what we've done is we've replace some of the traditional things that we've done as Mormons with. Family prayer and things like that. He replaced family prayer with just. You know nightly family councils. Well, we'll just get together and. Talk about our day. Talk about what's going on in the week talking about what you know what's going on the day calendering things we got to be aware of you know just family things to make sure that we're not missing any important events and family right is a big family. Yeah every kid's got. Four boys and three girls. They're all. They're all of age to play while I shouldn't say by sports activity. Yeah. The play sports all they all do and my youngest is twelve to give you an idea. They're all they're all grown. You know they're all grown. Now three in college and three in high school and one junior high. Also we'll have these family councils in rather than saying prayers you know reading through Scriptures whatever book that I'm reading at the time I'll just kinda open it up and I'll just read from where I'm where I left off. and. We'll just kind of read and pick up so it's not fair to them because they don't have context, but it's just something to get us talking i. mean everything that I'm reading is thought provoking no matter where we picked up in laws. So we'll just start flipping over two pages and we'll process and the kids will ask questions and we'll just up. And people can argue this. I think faith is dangerous and I stand behind that because. Well because faith is faith is a word that does not promote critical thinking faith is a word that subjects you to believe without question that's what faith is. It's believing in something without actually seeing or thout actually vetting it. In fact, faith his at its greatest. Right the more things don't make sense. The crazier the story, the more faith is required. Auditor put. Faith is its greatest when its teachings are at least amenable to reason. And that's is time behind that. Faith is what got the people of. David Koresh and his followers look what they got. That wasn't from critical thinking, Seth, those guys died in that building because of faith. You know faith is the faith in the breeding ground for the next suicide bomber that's going to attack our country. Once we leave the world of religion. We've left the mobile religion. is his faith I mean there's some truisms there. Obviously that are songs faith. The higher degree of faith. We have a fringes radicals in does not know this radical Christian, Journal radical Islam whatever. Is Up is that part of your calculation for the danger or is it just the fact? Is Dangerous because. It. It is prohibitive to critical thinking. Of from yes that's why I think that's in a nutshell. That's exactly why I think faith is dangerous because it doesn't it doesn't foster independent thought it it cultivates fear. And guilt tripping. And and again, it doesn't help one. Explorer. It doesn't help one Go out and and and in with free inquiry. You can't. It's not allowed. US Not allowed in the in the faith. Celebi ask you this then because you are still raising. Your children most of which are well, how many minor children? Or? Or stood up for minors and very young adults. So. If it's if it's your current position the..
"first explorer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I I don't know what it is about the size brings hope doesn't it James yes Sir it does as I'm looking to do it he said so all American yes Sir James nice phone call James Scott you're listening to everything you've be safe you too James thank you my friend what is your very optimistic song I love it Patrick Patrick joining us all Patrick doing well how are you good thanks well I just wanted one explorer called elects one serving everyone missed many many people out there that person personally came over she signal should get through this long and talking to you know get your she's an angel they will get there all thank you Patrick item all couldn't do without your prayers thank you yeah tomorrow's original you know we're able to get in church so we get in early and she always has a candle light and soul thank you counsel that for you guys perfect well you know I I would pick one Patrick but here are like a month away so keep my so called yeah I'm do you want me to pick a song for you you know I you know there was one that was in my head huh and it just goes back you know to our error alerts Marvin Gaye you know mercy mercy me now whatever the world is going through this is always going to be an important song I mean it speaks for speaks volumes ran this is classic we're gonna go out with this when Patrick Hey buddy thank you stay safe you too god bless my friend thank you all right we have Jeff and then Bridget.
"first explorer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"X. two up pretty much pursues sort of a wild west atmosphere of investing they really didn't have many constraints on the type of loans with it they would give out and they really didn't have many constraints on any business decisions that they made what what eventually happened is that the banks pretty much the skate even state regulation we know this because our just on the eve of all these banks collapsing the state inspectors certify them all as being healthy and in fact the bank that's right next door security home bank was was put on the honor roll of Ohio banks even though it hadn't made a profit in over a year and even though the inspectors discovered that they were at least three hundred thousand dollars short on their accounting and the bank directors had given themselves dividends illegally in spite of all that they still put it on the honor roll of banking that's how weak the banking regulations were here we're standing in the former Toledo trust building which was the only bank to survive that period and it largely survive because it was part of the Federal Reserve System and it was federally inspected which meant it had to actually have good accounting it wasn't able to escape the regulations that were put upon it and when the when the bank crisis occurred when the other banks began failing this bank could call upon the federal reserve in Cleveland and have an armored truck filled up with eleven million dollars in cash and driven out here a high rate of speed in so fast in fact that he got into an accident had transfers entire stock into a different armored car to make the trip so as to put the depositors at ease it actually had money the problem the other banks all the banks in the city were were owned by local investors and controlled by local directors and the major problem that leads to the bank failures is that these directors in these owners were also involved in other companies so they were often times the owners of some of the big manufacturing companies in town oftentimes bank directors would be directors on two or three banks at the same time they would also be involved all the all the bank directors heavily invested in real estate companies because one of the primary contributors to the bank crisis here in in Toledo in the nineteen thirties just as it was in America in two thousand seven was the over investment in real estate on real estate it is speculation reached a mind boggling a rate in the nineteen twenties for example by nineteen twenty five there was four hundred and thirty five real estate companies in this small city and they developed sixty seven subdivisions which could hold over a million people for a city of a quarter million people are clearly over leveraged in over invested and the reason these realistic companies could do that is because they were largely owned by the directors of the banks who buy loaning the money were essentially giving themselves money and the interlocking directorates of the different banks in the real estate companies and manufacturing companies meant that there was all these incentives for bankers to give out loans when there really wasn't collateral we're a good business reason to do so Timothy master cruise banksters bosses and smart money and by nineteen thirty one that overhang of of bad loans finally the the bill came due and on June sixth nineteen thirty one rumors began swirling around the city that the banks were about to fail and crowds depositors began lining up outside these very doors demanding their money little did they know that when they lined up outside the doors the people inside the bank the directors and the owners and the people invested we're already removing their money the head of the depositors leaving them very little so Toledo in after the bank crisis at thirty one went from being a city in a recession to being city in a catastrophe by the winter of thirty two it's estimated that as many as half of all the workers in Toledo were laid off things got so bad that the city of Toledo which went quickly bankrupt itself couldn't afford to buy new light bulbs for the street lights and so every day in the city got a little darker a little darker they couldn't afford to replace the fire trucks so the number of fires that were allowed to burn uncontrolled increased every year through the Great Depression by nineteen thirty four one out of six people in the city run federal relief and federal relief was so so tight for Toledo that dietitians began calculating the minimum number of calories needed to maintain life and that's what was allocated to individuals so it couldn't actually been much worse from that sense the city was was very much closed by nineteen thirty two as a result of the bank crisis so to leader was was very much in the state of economic catastrophe through most of the Great Depression it wasn't until eighteen I'm in nineteen thirty five nineteen thirty six that the programs of the new deal began have in fact by the late nineteen thirties of a very high proportion of the workforce included was actually federally employed so it was it was federal new deal relief that eventually got the city back on his feet and of course as is true throughout the country in the Great Depression the coming of the war in the nineteen forties invigorated the economy Toledo retooled for the war on it began making the famous wartime Willys jeep I began converting many of its hardware factories into munitions factories and by there really nineteen forties so it was essentially running on full employment again but the economy would never read down the way it was in the nineteen twenties nineteen twenties to those one of the fastest growing cities in the country in the nineteen thirties actually lost population and even after the war in the forties and fifties and sixties Saludos rate of growth fell behind the national average so it never really recovered from the Great Depression is pretty much the signal event of the city's history modern history well the banking crisis the thirty one has had a long term effect in Toledo in in that it it it it I think it converted city which was on the way to being one of the economic power houses of this region into being of an economy that's not very different from the rest of the region I mean the reason the realtors in the real estate companies were willing to invest such money in this city to the point where they over built the city bye bye bye four hundred percent is because they they their projections where this is going to be a major metropolitan area in the in the very near future and those hopes were not unrealistic they were destroyed by the very investments that were being made to to realize some Timothy Mr cruise banksters bosses and smart money historian where we're standing right now is sort of the the confluence of the Maumee river just before it turns into a career on the Maumee bay area were were up in the very northern part of the city on a very close to Lake Erie and that this area is sort of represents the I guess the the maritime aspects of the city and for all intents and purposes shipping and the maritime interests are really the oldest industry in Toledo bar none I mean it was the city started as a port city the first settlers the first pioneers the first explorers came here by boat and the shipping industry grew from there because this was a significant water way and when the first settlers came into this area they realize not only was this a good you know water way but there were plenty of trees here this was the great black swamp and so what did they do they set up saw mills and they started to make lumber and they started to build ships here so this'll be can be also became a major point for for ship building and it was always a dream to be able to open up the lake port to ocean freighters vengefully that happen they were able to finally by nineteen fifty nine develop the Saint Lawrence seaway and open up the Welling canal that allowed salty's as they call an oceangoing freighters to come and so totally don't at this time is still a major port city we have general cargo terminals along the river we have grain terminals along the river we have of course overseas channels here and there's there's a lot that happens on this river in Toledo Ohio on them on me as a shipping port that many people probably aren't even aware of even people who live here if you don't get around this you don't see these boats in the ship's even kind of forget sometimes that were were really a port city and learn important port city on the Great Lakes historian Herbert she.
"first explorer" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"Month crossing of what is called the empty quarter in the arabian peninsula the world's largest sand desert. He was accompanied by better one. No matt guides the expedition was at the behest of the british middle east anti locust unit on the official social purpose was to search for sources of locust infestations that thagards desire to live among the bedouins and his attraction to the hardships of desert our travel kept him in the area for more than four years after the task had been completed seiger restricted himself to the means of travel available to the the better ones making difficult and dangerous journeys on camelback with minimal food water then we have richard francis bacon he was a british explorer explorer geographer translator writer soldier orientalists cartographer spy linguist poet down sir diplomat while born on an eighteen twenty one he died in eighteen ninety and like many explorers of his time he was multitalented possessed an extreme tolerance for deprivation but also like so many other explorers he survived the risks he was exposed to these men and women didn't just set out to see what was on the other side of the mountain mountain their goal was to fill in the blanks areas on maps that had never been survey when they return they had tales of savages desert's in miles licensed licensed snow but one explorer set out to find a lost city and never return yet today. The mystery is disappearances thought to be as well wall known as that of amelia earhart. The legend of eldorado has captivated explorers for centuries and how could it not the legendary city is said to be made if solid gold but like all great mysteries eldorado demands a heavy price from those who would search for it as adventure percy fawcett found out in one thousand nine hundred twenty five now to be fair faucet didn't believe in lost city of gold but he did have a theory. That eldorado wasn't completely the myth. He thought that the story might be based on a real city that existed deep in the amazon rainforest for lack of better name he called call this the city of z and if anyone could find the lost city of z was faucet a fade explore survey with a half dozen trips through the amazon under his belt he also had served as an artilleryman and the british military fought in world war one and worked as a spy morocco. Needless needless to say faucet wasn't the kind of man who shied away from danger so many stumbled upon an eighteenth century document in the national library of brazil two written by a portuguese explorer spoke of an ancient city deep in the jungle. He knew that he had to find to this day. Parts of the amazon donald largely unmapped so it's easy to imagine how difficult the task of finding a lost city in the middle of it would be in the nineteen twenties the fossils confident that the good relations he had built up with the tribes living in the amazon and he's experienced mapping the whole region would see him through however percy fawcett's first attempt to find the city in nineteen twenty was a failure his pack horse was injured and he was forced to shoot it he he then contracted a dangerous illness deep in the jungle and had a stumble back to civilization wracked with fever with the financial support of a group of london base investors faucet set out five years later for a second attempt to find the city of z this time he brought along his son jack jack's best best friend a boy named raleigh remmel faucet hoped that by only bringing to people with him he would be able to travel light slipped past any hostile tribes lives. The trio said out into the rain forest in april. The party left to brazilian city cuba one of the last outposts of civilization tation in the amazon in late. May fosset wrote a letter to his wife from an encampment. He created on his earlier. Expedition faucet called dead ed horse camp as it was a place where he had to shoot his horse in the letter he reported that things were going well and assured his wife that success was close at hand but it was a last message at one ever received from percy fawcett over a hundred attempts were undertaken to find faucet many men and met the same fate as they explore a never return his son brian attempted to locate his father and failed yet ninety two years after throughs disappearance the b._b._c. film documentary titled the bones percy fawcett then in two thousand seventeen actor brad pitt played the part of percy fawcett awesome the movie the lost city of z. The clearing of the amazon rainforest is exposed. A portion of the route taken by fostering encroaching civilization cassation has had an effect on many hostile tribes of the amazon to the extent that they have become westernized enough so as not to be a threat who knows post by the time. I recorded this podcast. The true fate percy fawcett may have been discovered lost explores mystery was produced tirr at night owl sound studio and brought to you by book savvy studio loss lodge press the rogue valley metaphysical library and al creek press.
"first explorer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Gate Bridge, a stunning technological and artistic achievement open to the public after five years of construction on opening day pedestrian day some two hundred thousand bridge. Walkers marveled at the forty two hundred foot long suspension. Bridge, which spans the Golden Gate strait at the entrance to San Francisco Bay and connect San Francisco and Marin county on may twenty eighth. The Golden Gate Bridge open to vehicles this week in nineteen Fifty-three Edmund Hillary of New Zealand and. Tenzing Norgay sherpa from Nepal became the first explorers to reach the summit of Mount Everest, which at twenty nine thousand thirty five feet above sea level is the highest point on earth news of their achievement broke around the world on June second day of Queen, Elizabeth, the seconds coronation and Brits hailed it as a good omen for the country's future. This week in nineteen fifty seven National League baseball owners vote unanimously to allow the New York Giants Brooklyn Dodgers to move to San Francisco and Los Angeles respectively. There were however conditions attached the owner's decision. I either both teams had to move or neither could which meant that if one team reconsidered the other would have to change their plans as well. Second both teams had to announce their plans before October first nineteen fifty seven and jumping ahead this week in nineteen eighty CNN which stands for cable. All-news network, the world's first twenty four hour television news network makes its debut, the network signed on at six PM eastern time from its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia with the lead story about the attempted assassination of civil rights leader, Vernon Jordan, CNN went on to change the notion that us could only be reported at fixed times throughout the day. That's your look back at this week in history. Rubio keeps you on top of culture, Justin Timberlake, almost start as Elton John in rocket, man. But the role went to Terron Edgerton instead Timberlake had previously played Elton John in a music video for this train. Don't stop there anymore and got the attention of Elton John's husband and producer of the film. David furnish furnace said we never formally approached Justin because we weren't ever at a stage where it was the right time to approach him what he did an amazing job in the video, he put on a prosthetic nose. And it turned out to have been some really interesting acting as well. I'm Rubio on iheartradio. Coming up on the next an Tampa Bay, Jack Harris is back in action. We're going to get a stock market update with Jay Ratliff. It all happens next on an Tampa Bay. Right. As we continue, our three attorney panel with a Greg Jarrett and.
"first explorer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"In San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge stunning technological and artistic achievement. Open to the public after five years of construction on opening day pedestrian day some two hundred thousand bridge. Walkers marveled at the forty two hundred foot long suspension bridge, which spans the Golden Gate strait at the entrance to San Francisco Bay and connect San Francisco and Marin county on may twenty eighth. The Golden Gate Bridge open to vehicles this week in one thousand nine hundred fifty three Edmund Hillary of New Zealand, and Tenzing Norgay, a sherpa from Nepal became the first explorers to reach the summit of Mount Everest, which at twenty nine thousand thirty five feet above sea level is the highest point on earth news of their achievement broke around the world on June second day of Queen, Elizabeth, the seconds coronation and Brits hailed it as a good omen for the country's future. This week in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven nationally baseball owners vote unanimously to allow the New York Giants Brooklyn Dodgers to move to San Francisco and Los Angeles respectively. There were however conditions attached to the owner's decision. I either both teams had to move or neither could which meant that if one team reconsidered the other would have to change their plans as well. Second both teams had to announce their plans before October first nineteen fifty seven and jumping ahead this week in nineteen eighty CNN which stands for Cable News Network, the world's first twenty four hour television news network makes its debut, the network signed on at six PM eastern time from its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia with a lead story about the attempted assassination of civil rights leader, Vernon. Jordan CNN went on to change the notion. That news could only be reported at fixed times throughout the day. That's your look back at this weekend history. Stay informed all day, every day on news.
"first explorer" Discussed on KTOK
"This summer. Open phone it. Artistic achievement open to the public after five years of construction on opening day pedestrian day some two hundred thousand bridge. Walkers marveled at the forty two hundred foot long suspension bridge, which spans the Golden Gate strait at the entrance to San Francisco Bay and connect San Francisco and Marin county on may twenty eighth. The Golden Gate Bridge open to vehicles this week in nineteen Fifty-three Edmund Hillary of New Zealand and. Tenzing Norgay sherpa from Nepal became the first explorers to reach the summit of Mount Everest, which at twenty nine thousand thirty five feet above sea level is the highest point on earth. News of their team broke around the world on June second day of Queen, Elizabeth, the seconds coronation and Brits hailed it as a good omen for the country's future. This week in nineteen fifty seven National League baseball owners vote unanimously to allow the New York Giants Brooklyn Dodgers to move to San Francisco and Los Angeles respectively. There were however conditions attached to the owner's decision. I either both teams had to move or neither could which meant that. If one team reconsidered the. Would have to change their plans as well. Second both teams had to announce their plans before October first nineteen fifty seven and jumping ahead this week in nineteen eighty CNN which stands for Cable News Network, the world's first twenty four hour television news network makes its debut, the network signed on at six PM eastern time from its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia with a lead story about the attempted assassination of civil rights leader, Vernon. Jordan CNN went on to change the notion. That news could only be reported at fixed times throughout the day. That's your look back at this week in history. She's kind of a big deal. Some people like to say it's only because of how she looks she sticks out a lot. But there's just something about it. That makes people do crazy things get tattoos of her face or wait in line for hours, just to say hi, is a two year old cat, an Instagram celebrity with the following bigger than some nineties television stars. And it all started because she was.
"first explorer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"first explorer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The argument should you be able to invade someone in order to change their religion. That's a short cliffs though. It's versions of what version of what happened here? They didn't come to convert everybody they came because they wanted to take all the land that they wanted the riches that they didn't know what was here, and they figured okay, fine. You got a bunch of very very disorganized people running around here in private. They don't have any guns. We. Have our we have our own massive power that we can send over were organized. We have armies that can come over. Let's colonial is this. Let's take it. That was not exactly the nose noble reason that they came here. No one would deny that. But one of the ramifications of them having come come was there was a lot of missionary work in which people came in an attempt. To help the digits people were here, add save their souls. That's the thing about religion. If you actually believe in your own religion. And you think that it is the one way towards salvation. If you didn't try to bring somebody else along when junk. It's the whole reason we have missionary work and most of the Christian missionary work that has occurred throughout time has been very humanitarian and very noble. There was a major atrocity today in Brazil. You ought to bet that a lot of groups in the United States of America aren't going to be the first to raise their hands and try to help they will. People generally resent the notion of missionary work. I can prove it your doorbell rings at eight. Oh, five o'clock eight oh five tomorrow morning. You wanna go answer it knowing that it's probably a Jehovah's Witness. No, you don't they're doing missionary work to. That's what they do. It. If you don't buy what's being sold by the religion. That's there. You think it's a pain in the buddy, you think who are they to tell me what to think? It was complicated. What happened in North America? And South America one other point on this before. In some cases. I think I'm stating the obvious. There's so much focus here on Columbus at North America. There's very little attention to the fact that South America was. Taken by the Europeans in the same way, the Spanish empire focused mostly on South America and the southern part of North America. And all of that land was conquered as well. See you end up with these mixed Heritage's. Of people that is now centuries-old of Spanish blood mixed in with indigenous blood witches. Wave I guess referring to the term Indian. And finally, this the one thing that the one term that is obviously always been a joke is the term Indian. We should never have called native American people Indian do we need to stop calling them that now I don't think you need to stop calling them that now because it is the name that was accepted, but it was ridiculous. That was the name that was applied to them in the first place. They were called Indians because the first explorers idiotically thought they were in India. Well,.
"first explorer" Discussed on The Liturgists
"So like, I say that I'm saying I'll say like gentrification like in a lot of ways such is so violent in its Columbus. Like taking over unison him saying that it again, it's an apocalypse like saying like this is it. So I say all that to temper my are we at the edge of this cliff in the sense that we've been at the edge of a cliff, but something has to be reborn something of your birth. I know the the materials deteriorating. So I mean, like, I don't know if I could predict that I don't know if there was any sort of really point at something that is multidimensional exists in this divine sphere that poked into our finite world and said the end was at this moment like for I don't know. But I know that things deteriorate. You know what I'm saying? So that part to me was something that was provocative in the sense of like, I know I can be creative. And come with a lot of sort of conceptual like ways to craft music like you said like the death of moments. The death of experiences rebirth of new experiences like made me like I'm digging this. And it's just so the name is just so Gungor that I'm like, yes, you're part of this. Right. I mean, I'm saying this to like to the literature to you guys into the litter just pod because no one knows this. But like, I'm cooking. My in before I've new you're gonna name this. But I'm cooking my next album, and my next book video series and all that right? The idea is essentially it's called terra form, right? And any of science Sifi nerd would note. I mean like you get to a planet planets, not livable. You have to make it livable. That's called terra for me. So it's making literal livable world's, right? So it what is what do we have to do that? Will you have to examine the sky atmosphere, the soil the people in the possibility, right? So this how I'm hanging. My next body of work is the idea of making a livable world, rather than what if what if we don't land on Mars to make it biologically livable, but sociologically livable. What if what if the astronauts the first explorers were musicians artists were architects? So we're creating a culture, right? How do you create culture? This is the nerd prop create culture, by creation myths, you tell stories stories shape, identity stories make us is why we see the world in how we see the world in a sense. They were the things that I can't right at these about the things that I can't give you in bullet points. I have to show a story. There has to be the truth. Why we're still extracting truth from Star Wars doomsaying because it's just it's a good story..