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"henry stanley" Discussed on Gastropod

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"henry stanley" Discussed on Gastropod

"Cambridge university and they had a lot of data to back this up. The nineteenth century was the beginning of the era. We still do it hugely but it was the beginning of the era of counting everything. There was censuses that was surveys. And all these things seem to show that the men were getting punia. The women were being less fertile. Having fewer babies lots of children were dying very young. A lot of child mortality. So all of these things together were creating a huge crisis of confidence which left a gap something for the british people to believe and and the thing they believed in with beef they'd always loved beef and league's new research back them up. But where did this be obsession. Come from now you'll ask you about much safer subject so beef. Bow if you talk about steak to a lot of men beef is is man who we talked about this in our recent moon it episode brits believed that beef was responsible for expanding their empire and made them strong and made them british while the british eight more beef per capita than just about anyone else in europe and continued to do so many or most of the british people couldn't afford meat and so this was a cultural ideal but it wasn't something that people got to eat very often but it was something they aspired to leaving dreamed of using his beef tea as a way to get the wonders of beef to everyone who needed it but there was a problem. There just weren't enough cows in europe to supply the poor with the amount of flesh forming protein. That was considered necessary. Even in tea form worse there was a big outbreak of a cattle plague in eighteen. Sixty five and one hundred thousand. British cows died but new a lot of cows in south america so think of south america and compass of argentina. Uruguay where there's just a ton of cattle happily or semi happily or perhaps unhappily grazing that meets source. Those steaks. that nutrition is pretty hard. And you know time eating fifty eighteen sixties to transport to britain. There's a leather industry because you can tan leather and you can ship it around the world but the meat that is on these leather cows in uruguay and argentina is hard to get anywhere else because there was no refrigeration so a lot of this beef with simply waste. The main product at that time of the capital was the letter. And the teller. Lizzy says a lot of that wonderful flesh. Forming meat was just left to rot. And so german industrialist who'd been building roads and railways in brazil read about leagues work and got the idea that cows and south america could be converted to leagues beef extract and ship that way he wrote to league and they set up shop and why and they build a factory there to process fuse hundreds of carcasses of oxygen and cattle that are being raised for leather And basically to turn these carcasses into this portable package -able containable extract of beef in the lab lebed had used the modern wonders of chemistry specifically hydrochloric acid to extract the essence of beef. But that wasn't feasible on an industrial scale back then instead to create his extract of beef in a factory workers started by squishing cattle carcasses. Into a pope using steam powered rollers. They dropped that pulpit into hot water and steamed it for an hour and then they skimmed off the solids and evaporated the remaining liquid into a dark brown glue. They claimed that for every kilogram of extract. They had concentrated the what they call the food value of thirty four kilograms of meat so basically every thirty. Four pounds of beef can be reduced to this brown viscous. Savory soupy fluid that can then be put on a boat and sent to england to know it might sound weird this viscous savory soupy brown meat extract became a huge hit with everyone now it was affordable it was quite popular and i think possibly the first time that a new food products that was named after a chemist like made it made it in the market was especially popular among people in nursing and people in the military so florence nightingale brought a long a bunch of league's extract of meat when she was tending to soldiers were wounded in the crimean war henry stanley who went looking for doctor livingston in in central africa. You know the doctor livingston. I presume guy brought a bunch of lee biggs extract of meat in his Supplies when he went exploring in the back country of africa so basically it was seen as this accepted really asked this wholesome good substance health giving strength building strength maintaining substance that could conveniently packaged into a little jar florence nightingale and henry stanley were early adopters. But straight away. There were some one. Scientists to analyze leagues extract. Beef in his lab said. It was quote like the play of hamlet without the character of hamlet leagues. Extract of meat seemed to be missing the meat. It turns out that this central claim the thing that leave eggs. Extract of meat is promising to do which is to you know. Give you all the goodness of the cow in a much. Smaller package was actually not true. At all one of the experiments that sort of investigated these claims. They took a group of dogs and faith fed them on big extract of beef and they all starve to death. So obviously there's something missing here right and it turns out that when you actually do a nutritional analysis of leaks product. It doesn't really have very much protein or fat at all. it has very few calories..

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"henry stanley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:10 min | 2 months ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"English colonists under the command of James Mohr besieged Spanish Saint Augustine during the Queen Anne's war. Here's some of the remnants of all that over there. Now, if you visit ST Augustine a lot of history, 17 66, the last colonial governor of New Jersey. William Franklin signed the Charter of Queens College, which later became Rutgers University. And this is the big one, The 17 75 245 years ago. The United States Marine Corps is founded at Tun Tavern. In Philadelphia by a guy named Samuel Nicholas at a tavern. Yeah, that have been interesting to be there and let's have a beer, you know, start a new course. I don't know how that came about. But it must been a great story. 18 65 Major Henry works. The superintendent of a prison camp in Andersonville, Georgia, is hanged. Becoming one of only three American civil war soldiers executed for war crimes. It was a nasty place to be in Andersonville in the prison. There the stories you hear Bruce Lee a lot of stories about it. 18 71 Henry Morton Stanley located missing explorer and missionary Dr David Livingstone in G near Lake Tanganyika. And but here's why it was famous. He greeted him with the words. Dr Livingstone, I presume. Everybody's heard that story from Henry Stanley Stanley and Livingstone, 1954 President Dwight Eisenhower are dedicated the U. S. M. C War Memorial That's the Jima Memorial in Arlington Ridge Park. In Arlington County, Virginia. Overlooking the Potomac. You ever been there? No, I have not. What's great about you, ladies? I have never been there now. Nope. Neither have you All visited all the good things in D. C. No, You never been D. C. I've been once, but I didn't get it. I don't get all this travel time. I will. Hopefully in the future, I have been a few times but I was I might have been, but I was probably a kid. I haven't The last time I was D c touring was when we went and did that radio row thing a couple years ago, I went so many places. I couldn't even tell you my way. I think I walked like 23 miles in two days that you need like a week at least to get it for Boston. Right. There's so much history in love. Boston got to spend forever going down there and figuring everything out and then make the Triple Election Tin Concorde and go. There's so much history there. Yeah, undoubtedly, that's That's my favorite city. History wise. Me, too, but the good of all of D. C and the It would JI memorials up on the hill and near Arlington Cemetery. Well, it's some distance from Arlington but not Not far and that's something you should see anyway on 1969, the national educational Television Which was the predecessor to the public Broadcasting Service, PBS. Debuted Sesame Street. You ever watch that? I have watched as it's been a minute, but that 1975 the 729 ft long freighter, SS Edmund Fitzgerald. Syncs during a storm on Lake Superior, killing all 29 crew aboard. Is that a song and Fitzgerald could have become a song. Sure enough, it did or not, we'll find out in a second became a movie. Yeah, maybe I'm thinking in the movie. Anyway in 1983 Bill Gates introduced Windows 1.0 earned him pretty penny. You did fairly well after that made a dollar too. Yeah, it looks like there's a couple songs here over the Fitzgerald. Yeah. I remember one long, many years ago. They were right foot. I don't know. Yeah. Gordon Lightfoot. In 1989, the Germans began to tear down the Berlin Wall. I was very fortunate to have seen it when it was up. I remember Visioning Checkpoint Charlie. A buddy of mine over over there, and we're in the military. And then joy injection that were there. When it was gone and totally gone Now they have monuments, but they're huge buildings and everything else around her. It's like it's right downtown. Anyway, it is a 28 on am Tampa Bay. Waking up on the right side. Thiss is the Sean Hannity. Morning.

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"henry stanley" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

06:23 min | 5 months ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on WRVA

"Little bit of wisdom. Ah, good. Lord knows I haven't always got it right every time. My wife reminds me that quite often, but ah, it's ah, That was probably the greatest couple than I think. Any chief when you see you could ever receive from from their folks. Thank you. Well, Chief talk a little bit. We've talked little bit about the past. And you're stepping away, obviously from the leadership of the Henrico County Police division, But But I would imagine as somebody who has devoted his life to this and loves this organization, not quite the same as Mrs Guard now, but it's It's got to be a strong number two. I would think You have to be thinking about the future and you have to be thinking about if you are stepping away knowing I have a sense. I know what the answers but knowing Van Wrinkle County police division is going to be in good hands. Even if the night your hands perhaps absolutely. That's you know, we have built a strong legacy. Again going back. Tio Chief Ingles, who hired me to Um Chief Henry Stanley Dog, Middleton. All those folks over the years have tried to build a legacy and build a future for the organization. And that's been my goal as well. So no matter who takes the helm after next Friday, Four o'clock next Friday. So, uh, whoever takes the helm at that point We'll be surrounded by an exceptional team on and I'm very proud of that team, and that team goes from not just the the upper ranks but from every level of the organization. That team is comprised of our officers that are out there every single day on the streets. You are not one dispatchers who are there every single day answering those calls being that that lifeline too, not just the community. But to the police and firefighters that that served this community to our civilian support staff to administrative staff. So the entire team I feel is is they're prepared. To help with her. My successor is take us into 2021 beyond so hopefully I've had some small part in Hearing that legacy forward in that, Ah And this organization strives thrives on on advancement on moving forward, So I'm excited, excited for them, But you know it comes a point time where you had to say it. It's time to turn the reins over someone else. And that could be somewhat bitter. Sweet, but I have the utmost confidence. The utmost faith. In the utmost pride in the men and women. That are part of the Enrico County Police division, Teo to move forward. Chief. Let me ask you as as we wrap up some of our time together. We talk about the folks who are on the team right now. And every law enforcement agency in America on this day in time is Is looking for good people, right? And and you're looking for the best of the best. Can you talk a little bit about the recruitment process and also remind, folks um You know if they do wantto try and be a part of the Henrico County Police division. It's it's not easy. But certainly well worth it. What would the process be for them? If they're interested? We'll hear my nugget. I guess my nugget would be, you know, and very difficult, challenging times. This is where we have the greatest opportunity to shine. As a profession. So rather than be Deterred or to be Types turned away elsewhere. I would say this is the time for people that have that would refer to as the two A's thie attitude in the aptitude, right, You have to have the right attitude, and you certainly have to have the aptitude to be a public servant. If there's ever a time. Where were we need to call upon those? Folks that next generation that has That the public service within their heart to come forward because we do We do need Teo to bounce back. We do need to To move forward. And recreate the right individual is Ever so critical. If there's ever a time for us to be that Muchmore selective in to be that much more. In need of people that have their true calling. It is today, So I guess my advice to anyone who's out there who has the potential calling as ball means whether it's Enrico and I'm gonna put a plug in from Rajkot. For obvious reasons, of course. But if it's not Enrico, if it's hand over the city of Richmond if it's Chesterfield County fits Ashland, you know, state police or any of our law enforcement partners. I would say that if there is a sense of duty there, you find that right niche. If it's in Rajkot, you come see us right because we are looking. We're looking for folks that want to serve in any capacity, whether it's in the sworn ranks. Whether it's in a civilian support ranks, or if it's in our number one dispatch. There's something for everyone who has that calling. Yes, sir. We had to find the right job for the right person, but this is not a time for people to to shy away. This is a time for those true heroes to step forward. And say in difficult times. My community. My country needs me. Yes, sir. This is my play. You know, we need you. So we need young men and women to come forward. Tio take on that challenge. So hopefully carry that torch and hopefully someday down the road 31 32 years down, they'll be sitting here talking about how they first started, and what they thought perhaps was not a career turned out to be a career. Well, listen, Chief card Now number one. I thank you for making time for us. I can't tell you how much that means. And I also want you to know I've told you how the members of your division feel because I speak Tio few with them every now and then. But the members of the community at large, we do appreciate what you've done. We appreciate what the Henrico County police division has done. And while it's it's going to look a little bit different with you, not there, and I'm not even gonna ask you what your plans might because I've got a feeling you're not going to make those decisions for a while. There might be a honey do list. That's A good mile long, right? I mean, you got one or two things You probably need to take care off around the house. I've got 32 years worth of one or two things that I have been neglecting. So, yes, without a doubt quite a few things on that list. Well, we want to make it a little bit easier for you..

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"henry stanley" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

04:16 min | 10 months ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"So John was left fully in the care of his two articles, who did not infect care very much about him. They subcontracted the GIG and paid a poor family to take him in, but eventually that family started asking for more money, and the uncles refused and so. They told John that his older cousin Dick was gonNA. Take him to another aunt in a town nearby, and so John and Dick went on an eight mile walk together, and it was. It was tragically sore, and it was a walk of lies. As John Later wrote quote. The way seemed interminable, tedious last Dick set me down from his shoulders before an amid stone building, and passing through Tall Iron Gates, he pulled it a bell, which I could hear clinging noisily in the distance here a sombre face stranger appeared at the door. Who despite my remonstrance is seized me by the hand and drew me within. Now John was being pulled away. His cousin assured him that he would be right back. He was going to get them both cakes, but this was also ally in reality, Dick had abandoned is owned building cakes, yeah. Do you. Go into the woods. You find the nearest stone buildings like I got cake and there. So John just abandoned his cousin to a workhouse. That was the plan from the beginning. Yeah. Gio writes quote. The false cajoling stretcher endearments lavished upon him during that journey would live forever at Henry Stanley's memory since that dreadful evening Stanley would write in his fifties. My resentment has not a wig abated. It would have been far better for me if Dick being stronger than I had employed compulsion instead of shattering my confidence and planting the first seeds of distrust in a child's heart. Is this a bad thing that happens and I'm GONNA. Guess you've heard of work houses right, Soren, yeah. I'm familiar. Yeah, most people probably have if only from the Christmas Carol you know There's a bit where ebeneezer scrooge has asked to donate money to the poor and he asks..

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"henry stanley" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Been observed on November eleventh and that's tomorrow and it's going to be a chilly one at least here these parts of the Twin Cities let's see partly sunny skies which will help but highs only near eighteen tomorrow we're at our roughly are high for the day today near thirty we're at the exactly thirty so eighteen the high tomorrow sunshine returns Tuesday with the maybe near twenty Wednesday is a chance of snow Heiner twenty nine let's see what happens the rest of the week little bit of a warm up thirty four on Thursday and by Saturday mostly cloudy skies highs near thirty nine there may be a chance to get all those leaves that after all specialists toward the end of the week in the Twin Cities now over clap overcast and thirty is the towards the temperature reading that is seventeen seventy five this is the kind of the Congress of the American colonies in preparation for their revolt against the British authorized the formation of two battalions of marines although this was the true birth of the US marine corps wasn't until seventeen ninety eight the Congress recreated the marine corps as a separate military service eighteen seventy one Henry Stanley found the missing Scotsman David living stone Livingston was an explorer and missionary at the missing for two years no white man had seen him in six years through a promotion sponsored by the New York Herald stallion several co companions set out for Livingston some eight months earlier Stanley's fellow explorers passed away though before this day Sally search for the doctor ended in Africa he greeted the doctor with doctor living stone I presume eighteen seventy one it was nineteen twenty eight on this day Dennis after new Rockne delivered his win one for the Gipper halftime speech to the Irish players that Notre Dame upset army twelve six his speech the day before he died George Gipp asked me to wait until the situation seemed hopeless and ask a Notre Dame team to go out and beat army form well this is the day and you are the team.

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"henry stanley" Discussed on Lost at the Smithsonian with Aasif Mandvi

Lost at the Smithsonian with Aasif Mandvi

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on Lost at the Smithsonian with Aasif Mandvi

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It's a brilliant course that will transform the way you think about science technology and the entire course of human history with courses ranging from the evolution of the pagoda and the cathedral satellites and cell phones unlock a world of knowledge with the great this is plus right now they're offering my listeners a free month of unlimited access to their entire library when you sign up today through my special url the great this is plus dot com slash lost that's the great courses plus dot com slash lost you must remember this the storytelling podcast exploring the secret and forgotten histories of Hollywood's first century is back for another season the story this time centers around the most controversial film in the history of Disney animation song of the South and ask her winning racial hot potato which Disney has never made available on home video or streaming in the US join hosts Karina Longworth as she delves into the shocking history and complicated racial that makes the film Disney and Hollywood itself listen to the new season of you must remember this right now in stitcher apple podcasts or your favorite podcast App tell me how you and molly don't Rome nineteen sixty in the Olympics twenty nine thousand nine hundred sixteen the Rome Olympics eighteen year old cassius clay later to be known is Mohammed Ali is one of the members of the United States and is the favorite to win the Olympic light heavyweight boxing gold he warned the light heavyweight title in yeah it didn't mean anything to me than me than anybody really but I always in the Olympic Village and he was sitting on the steps with the gold medal around his neck and I'm going to be the greatest that ever lived I'm going to look pretty I am that was coldly mayor of the Olympic Village because they're so private I just all around meeting ingredient on my main goal when I got to the Olympics was the winds actually this is a guy I gotta keep an eye on net we met there only three reporters who have covered every single super bowl and Jerry Izenberg is one of them at eighty eight years old he's a living legend with a career that goes back more than a half a century he's been covering sports since nineteen fifty one starting at the Newark Star Ledger and although all sports reporters had Professional interest in Mohammed Ali Jerry Izenberg was one of the few to have a personal interest as well Mohammed and I were friends for over fifty years Asia and he was a good shared a good part of my life and I of his in terms of the way Ali started he he won the gold medal in nineteen sixty three how long has he been boxing before that since he was about thirteen he had a bike you knew very proud of it and it was stolen and he went into the police they should instead I wanNA learn to fight because I'm going to go beat somebody up they stole my bike and as luck would have it there was a guy named Morton who ran the boxing program the police athletically and he don't go beating people up get come to me and when she we can do and he was gifted from the start there wasn't any question about that one thing about Ali among heavyweights just talk about the heavyweight division he was not the best heavyweight that I ever show people say best no he wasn't the greatest couldn't have been I mean you measure them against your Lewis you measure them against al Qaeda Rocky Marciano but he was the most creative and on that which is far more important he made the biggest impression not on America but on the world older and his tenure fighting Africa because Fighting in my homeland the PLASCO by the most potent be Thuc America's not more original homeland my original homeland is African. Committee will be mobile and after after four hundred years have been separated me and thousands of more American blacks will be returned home after four Hundred Years I've always thought that he was an incredibly smart boxer is that true do you think I should you know you all the rules you can't you're not supposed to be able to punch backing up which he could do not supposed to carry your hands so low which he always did he said let me taste something these fellows talking about heavyweights are big and clumsy and slow all of them and I saw a film of Ray Sugar very Robinson and I figured he could box rings around these guys you just didn't have the size than I do he should if they all boxed like he did I shut down I punches and I'd be whatever they couldn't do that it's GonNa make me the bashed like a butterfly as being like a beep John okay hit what his hands came see now you see me now you don't he's thank you know he won't they'd come in charge is good but I'm twice as nice and it's like why all right so let's talk a little bit about rumble in the jungle you were there yes and just tell me a little bit about the lead up to that you've how you found yourself there the way they showed me I I was going to cover it anyway I was covering on his rights at that point but What really intrigued me was I sat in the UN plaza outside of the UN month before I left with the guy so helped me his name we shampoo Kawai Shampoo cool he was the PR guy for this thing and he said to me well hotels like the Waldorf restaurants all restaurants like twenty one club and blood he said you know this fight will be in Soccer Stadium Beautiful Soccer Stadium was dump within reasonable distance of the very spot where Henry Stanley Explorer Slash newspaper Guy This guy was looking for a living doctor and it was at that spot it always falls that he said Doctor Livingston I presume well you couldn't have kept me away with a gun because that's what I wanted the thing everybody into no leading up to the fight was what kind of shape Ali was in he was an underdog for sure but how much of an underdog Jerry Izenberg and reported in the New York Post named Jerry Liska went up to these training camp and Deer Lake Pennsylvania before the fight to see him for themselves while the worries were there they met a man who not only ran the camp but also was an integral part of Ali's Career Gene Kilroy cure told me that he had terrible arthritis in both hands and had not hit the heavy bag for a year and a half and somebody came up with a new kind of heavy bags and at the same time kill retook them to Philadelphia to the hospital to very famous doctor who said Okay you tell them to cut out the shots? He takes no more Novacaine no Macabre K.. Nothing no more shots period he bathes his hands in hot paraffin now four times a day as hot as she could stand it I ain't GonNa cure him but he's not going to have that much pain when he fights and that's what happened so let's see listener and I walk a go up to Deer Lake Pennsylvania where he trade now Allie has ice and radar detectors in the back of his head and his shoulder blades a he do we were standing in the doorway but he pretended he didn't so he's actually pounding the heavy bag first time I see him do it almost two years and he's saying I'll knock that sucker oh hi guys like you didn't know we were there right and I should you're going to knock him out I will mock that sucker out and then when we left camp that day Mr said what do you think should I click them picking them to win by knockout and list your said wow how can you do with it I said a long time ago he said to me if I say mosquito can pull a plow dog you history month this man has never not nobody out cold he's a bully he's slow he has no skill full he's awkward and I gave him a name a name floor Patterson the rabbit I main son-in-law and he shall be known as Fisher as the mummy Eh why why the movie big calls he fights he's fighting if you ever watch him in the Ray p. e. he he drags night that after the show now we get ready to leave for Africa we get there and first thing we find out his former is living downtown in Kinshasa at the Omni hotel alley is living the military compound call shelly and we were living in Chile too short gave me more time within which was good anyhow we were working up to the fight and now I got it tell you this story to first of all again ready to get off the plane and an alley schist Achille who don't these people like and kill Whitey. yeah well I wasn't GonNa say white people so I said two Belgians because they occupied the country show he gets you up on the tarmac there's about a thousand people out there and he he puts his hands up and he says George Foreman is a Belgian any go wild right I will avenge this country and now they start shouting Ali Bouma yeah LE- Bouma he says to Kuwait find out what that means and the guy tells them in means jolly killing everyone Allie win all the time he was saying I never street-corner he would lead the crowd in those chance and they got inside forming Chang.

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"henry stanley" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on KTRH

"Car pro USA we talk about Lexus alive but this week Jerry introduces into a new side of lex's in a video of the week in the newsletter new Lexus either makes boats now pardon me yachts yeah or at least had one commission that is truly. later on say it was a Lexus well it's two and a half million dollars sixty five feet and fearful specially interior market this thing is pretty and it was the winner in mind and Kevin's those little video contest we have you know and I I even cheated I used a little puppy trying to climb up the stairs in the back door of the house for the first time I'm figure okay dogs and children I'll get in this time but now it's typically a safe bet yeah but not just not against that Lexus shot now definitely not Jeff in San Antonio Jeff what can I do for you Sir. Ronald thanks for taking my call. my son is just got is this first job he's a police officer here in the San Antonio area and he's wanting to get into a pickup truck she currently driving a jeep not looking to trade that AM but will keep it here in the family but the he's talking about a Ford ranger and I was one to get your opinion between the Ford ranger in a full size up one fifty. our family seed some decent incentives on ranger for the first time they felt they've held off on parole you know since it came out which I think was been out for I don't know nine or ten months yeah. on a pricey I was listening to blow you know between that and our F. one fifty they seem to be contact comparably priced and I'm just. earn about they the interior space and you know how. compare how long is he likely to keep this thing. yeah you know probably five five to six years we we have quite a few for trucks in the family and we typically end up keeping them into the three hundred thousand mile range yeah and is it going to be driving it a lot. it'll be a daily driver yeah the hand me that me miles a day. from home to work is probably a twenty five mile one way trip old fifty miles a day and then probably you know another hundred miles on the weekend some somewhere in that range is what I'm trying to swat I'm thinking ahead about this gas prices if gas prices go up. definitely want to be in that range but you know he's not driving a tremendous amount of miles and for the value and the resale value man with the rebates right now on the F. one fifty in Texas. you just go with the F. one fifty. yeah I think it's seven hundred fifty dollars this month for. the first responders the show okay you know I. there's just world there is not like the ranger but you've got to keep in perspective this is a midsize truck it won't do what F. one fifty will hand down the road resale and everybody wants that have to or they need to have done you know ranger won't do the job and the prices are just too close together right now I think over time that could change and they're gonna have to continue to put the rebates on that ranger to make itself but right now I'd go with the F. one fifty. all right that's kind of what what my thoughts were as well and then kinda last thing in looking at the pricing you can I hit on that it really I mean I don't see that I don't see the advantage to buying years old or new right now. no use truck market is still sky high how I watched the auction this week and we saw a dip a couple of weeks ago in a little bit last week but this week Mandos de river band trucks and SUVs what is it like I mean it just it didn't matter what the book value was they just wanted the vehicle and they just kept her hand in their toll over the last one standing and so yeah definitely with my with my connections of McComb's Ford west if you're having go see Henry family the GM he loves the policy loves Carper show listeners those two together will give him a great deal with incentives and get a new one but I wouldn't put this awful long war a long time and the reason for it is the day's selection is going to dwindle daily as we go forward and so to get the truck they really want you should probably do something this month. in the German name is Henry Stanley recently sent his son to Carper USA dot com and click certified dealers he will be able to he'll be able to figure it out real easy and while you're there telling thanks for service and be careful out there. I'm pretty sure you're welcome Sir you have a great day yeah they just lost officer down there just this week yeah so was it was horrible it would just stay in San Antonio over there and talk to Denise Denise how can I help you. well I'm actually here at no at Lincoln at looking at and not let I have a two thousand eighteen in KC and I absolutely love the luxury of it it's just too low I want something that right higher and you know that's one reason I really like an SUV and I'm looking at about that price and I want you your advice on should I look at a novelist should I go to another brand I'm I'm not married to Lincoln so what what do you think about that size about the hype and is there something better I should look at everybody's gonna leases. I'm gonna buy it. when I reviewed the nautilus I thought it was fantastic it really fat a hole that Lincoln had if you didn't if you want to go all the way to the navigator but the M. K. X. wasn't big enough in the MKC isn't big enough seven K. C. I mean it's not free but it's pretty small you know. models are found to be extremely enjoyable I thought it was great okay assume you don't need a third row seat right. I do not okay as you say the aviators out now and and that's another whole the aviators bigger than the novelist with third row seat but it one thing I noticed about the models it did set up really well and the seat I remember thinking these are some of the most comfortable seat I've been in a link it has been knocking it out of the park with their seats if you look at navigator from continental now the novelists of at all of them the seats just if you can get comfortable in their seats. we need to have a back operation if there's just that nice and very quiet I'd stick with the original severe. that's true let's stick with the Lincoln because you're. but you're. I mean you can always get a brand I could be looking at is always look at the Lexus are X. three three fifty it's one of the best issue vis out there and and always will be great resell value the whole deal but if you're used to that Lincoln ride. I think the models is gonna be more familiar to you and I think it's going to be more comfortable for you and your MKC is going to be worth more money at the Lincoln place than it is anywhere else so bear that in mind. all right well thank you for your fight are coming back in the time at eight hundred nine to six seventy seven seventy seven eight hundred nine to six seventy seven seventy seven bear Jackson Las Vegas going all right now and if your newsletter subscriber I gave you I mean right now it's just the member bill your stuff which I don't enjoy nearly as much as the cars but I did give you a full weekend TV schedule in our free weekly newsletter. probably wouldn't. there's no need to jump into a car truck or SUV without letting the car pro help you call Gerry rentals.

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"henry stanley" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on KGO 810

"Car pro USA we talk about Lexus alive but this week Jerry introduces into a new side of lex's in a video the way diminish letter at this new Lexus either makes boats now pardon me yachts or at least had one commission that is truly. later on to say it was a Lexus well it's two and a half million dollars sixty five feet and fearful specially interior all my goodness this thing is pretty and it was the winner in mind and Kevin's those little video contest we have you know and I I even cheated I used a little puppy trying to climb up the stairs in the back door of the house for the first time. okay dogs and children I'll get in this time but now it's typically a safe bet yeah but not just not against that Lexus shot now definitely not Jeff in San Antonio Jeff what can I do for you Sir. Reynolds thanks for taking my call. my son is just got as his first job he's a police officer here in the San Antonio area and he's wanting to get into a pick up truck he calmly driving a jeep not looking to trade that AM but will keep it here in the family but the he's talking about a Ford ranger and I was one to get your opinion between the Ford ranger and a full size up one fifty. our family see in some decent incentives on ranger for the first time they felt they've held off on for you know since it came out which I think was been out for I don't know nine or ten months yeah I'm there. right see I was thinking well you know between that and our F. one fifty they seem to be other comparably priced and I'm just concerned about the the interior space and you know how. compare how long is he likely to keep this thing. yeah you know probably five five to six years we we have quite a few for trucks in the family and we typically end up keeping them into the three hundred thousand mile range yeah and is it going to be driving it a lot. it'll be a daily driver yeah the family have any miles a day. from home to work is probably at twenty five. mile one way trip both fifty miles a day and then probably you know another hundred miles on the weekend some somewhere in that range is what I'm trying to swat I'm thinking ahead about his gas prices if gas prices yet up. definitely want to be in that range but you know he's not driving a tremendous amount of miles and for the value and the resale value man with the rebates right now on the F. one fifty in Texas. you just have to go with the F. one fifty. yeah I think it's seven hundred fifty dollars this month for the first responders the show okay you know I mean there's just world there is I like the ranger but you just got to keep in perspective this is a midsize truck and they won't do what F. one fifty will hand down the road resale and everybody wants at halftime or they need to have done you know ranger won't do the job and the prices are just too close together right now I think over time that could change and they're gonna have to continue to put the rebates on that ranger to make itself but right now I'd go with the F. one fifty. all right that's kind of what what my thoughts were as well and then got a last thing in looking at the pricing you can I hit on that it really I mean I don't see that I don't see the advantage to buying years old or new right now. no use truck market is still sky high how I watched the auction this week and we saw a dip a couple of weeks ago in a little bit last week but this week man those deals were banned trucks and SUVs what is it like they mean it just it didn't matter what the book value was they just wanted the vehicle and they just kept her hand in their toll over the last one standing and so yeah definitely with my with my connections of McComb's Ford west if you'll have him go see Henry families the GM he loves the police me loves Carper show listeners those two together will give him a great deal with incentives I'm Jim knew it but I wouldn't put this awful long war a long time and the reason for it is the day's selection is going to dwindle daily as we go forward and so to get the truck they really want you should probably do something this month. in the German name is Henry Stanley recently send your son to Carper USA dot com and click certified dealers he will be able to be able to figure it out real easy and while you're there telling thanks for service and be careful out there. I'm pretty sure you're welcome Sir you have a great day. yeah they just lost officer down there just this week yeah so it was it was horrible it would just stay in San Antonio over there and talk to Denise Denise how can I help you. well I'm actually here at no at Lincoln at looking at a novelist I have a two thousand eighteen in KC and I absolutely love the luxury of it and it's just too low I want something that right higher and you know that's one reason I really like an SUV and I'm looking at about that price and I want you your advice on should I look at a novelist should I go to another brand I'm I'm not married to Lincoln so what what do you think about that size about the hype and is there something better I should look at going to bother you gonna leases. I'm gonna buy it. when I reviewed the nautilus I thought it was fantastic it really fit a hole that Lincoln had if you didn't if you want to go all the way to the navigator but the M. K. X. wasn't big enough in the MKC isn't big enough seven K. C. I mean it's not free but it's pretty small you know. models are found to be extremely enjoyable I thought it was great okay assume you don't need a third row seat right. I do not okay business say the aviators out now and and that's another whole the aviators bigger than the novelist with third row seat but it one thing I noticed about the models it did set up really well and the seats I remember thinking these are some of the most comfortable seat I've been in in Lincoln has been knocking it out of the park with their seats if you look at navigator flew continental now the novelists of at all of them the seats just if you can get comfortable in their seats. we need to have a back operation if there's just that nice and very very quiet I'd stick with the general severe. that's true let's stick with the Lincoln because your any other. you can always get a brand I could be looking at you can always look at the Lexus are X. three three fifty it's one of the best issue vis out there and and always will be great resell value the whole deal but if you're used to that Lincoln ride. I think the models is gonna be more familiar to you and I think it's going to be more comfortable for you and your MKC is going to be worth more money at the Lincoln place than it is anywhere else so bear that in mind. all right well thank you for your bike all right coming back anytime at eight hundred nine to six seventy seven seventy seven eight hundred nine to six seventy seven seventy seven bear Jackson Las Vegas going all right now and if your newsletter subscriber I gave you I mean right now it's just the member bill your stuff which I don't enjoy nearly as much as the cars but I did give you a full weekend TV schedule in our free weekly newsletter. probably wouldn't. there's no need to jump into a car truck or SUV without letting the car drove help you call Gerry rentals.

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"henry stanley" Discussed on Lore

Lore

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on Lore

"You can see where this is going right. Stanley arrived with over seven hundred soldiers and servants and early on they unknowingly encountered the parasites then as they traveled from place to place. They infected the inhabitants of each new community. They met over and over the parasite found new hosts spreading like wildfire with stanley ed holding the match. It wouldn't be until nineteen o three that a microbiologist named david bruce discovered the carrier of the parasite abiding insect called all the seat see fly today. Historians believe that the wave of sleeping sickness that followed stanley's wake contributed to an outbreak that took the lives of millions of people across across africa just in the area around lake victoria alone the parasite was responsible for nearly a quarter of a million deaths which has caused some to talk talk about it within the framework of what's referred to as the revenge of nature that the world around us has a way of keeping humanity in check after all all humans have a history of damaging ecosystems and altering the very landscape of the places we live. Some people believe that parasites are one in way the world exacts revenge true or not. It's certainly invites us to stop and think about the consequences of our actions because sometimes it seems the world around us bites back <music> <music> <music>. There's a hidden world inside each of us a world of about those opinions infected women share that same suspicion and anxiety but also become more outgoing and persistent assistant take from that whatever you want but it's clear that parasites can alter our minds just as well as they do our bodies and maybe maybe that's why parasites are so frightening to us yes the things they can do are horrifying to consider the disease and damage that they can cause but it's there near invisibility that frightens us the most. We might not know that we've been invaded until it's too late and by the time we know there's work to do that. Work has already become overwhelmingly difficult looking back on history. It's that gap between infection and awareness that holds the most opportunity opportunity for tragedy. We certainly saw that in henry stanley's tale it could take weeks for an infected member of his party to show any symptoms at all and by then and fly from each new region had taken a bite picked up the parasites and moved it onto someone else by the time.

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"henry stanley" Discussed on Lore

Lore

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on Lore

"Georgia was home to the largest confederate prison camp ever created at its peak in eighteen sixty four it had become home to over forty five thousand people and nearly a third of them died as a result of the horrible conditions. Just how bad was it honestly. It's a miracle that that more of them didn't die. Prisoners weren't given enough food. So many of them starved or became. Ill they were never given new clothing so they would either take clothing being from the dead or be left to suffer through cold weather with little to no clothing at all they weren't allowed to cook the food that they did have and with no utensils they often then had to eat with their hands in camp with no sanitation constant rain and mud in weakened immune systems that was a recipe for disaster before the war was over the confederates sent in experts in infectious disease to figure out what was killing so many of the prisoners after months of study eddie and countless postmortem examinations he concluded that it was score buick dysentery but for a very long time that conclusion didn't sit well with others in in the medical world charles styles brought his newfound knowledge of parasitology to bear on andersonville and reexamined the evidence in the end he rejected the dysentery diagnosis and instead claimed that many of the deaths and anderson could be blamed on the hookworm which is horrifying to consider while these prisoners noor as we're fighting for enough nutrition to survive there were colonies of hungary parasites thriving inside their gut a short while later the north american hookworm was recognized as a serious health threats and given the scientific name for americans most though simply called it the american and killer but hookworms aren't the only parasite with a history in the new world and over the years styles would identify many of them. There are so many parasites that i can tell you about on the surface all of them acting pretty much the same way a parasites invades a host and then eats at their table so so to speak and if that's the metaphor you wanna walk away with it'll do a good job of encapsulating much of the parasite world but there are other more insidious insidious versions as well just about. Everyone knows what a barnacle is right technically. It's an arthropods an invertebrate. That has an exoskeleton insects. Spiders shrimp and lobster are all arthropods then so are barnacles. You've seen them before. They tend to look like crusty. Rusty hockey pucks that cling to the rocks just below the surface of the ocean or on the hall of a ship. They can even be found on wales. Got it good because there is a particular type of barnacle known as the rizal failure and it's different from most of its peers. It has no hard shell and it doesn't look anything like them. Either instead it has transactional way there's parasites and there's a host and everything thing that happens is contained within the intimate relationship that they have with each other while still retaining their own identity but the rizal failure breaks that idea and replaces it with something much more complex and dangerous because it's not just our bodies that are at risk but the very world we live in parasites. Let's have the power to change lives destroy communities or transform cultures and given the right circumstances they can even alter the course of history <music> <music> henry didn't get a fair started started life born in wales in eighteen forty one his mother abandoned him and his father and grandfather both died before he was five but after a decade in the workhouse he escaped and traveled to america where he planned to start a new life. The next decade was a blur he fought for the confederates in the civil war but was captured and sent to a prison camp in chicago there he converted to the union side but was soon discharged after he became too sick to fight in eighteen sixty four he managed to join up with the us navy quickly working his way to the position of ships record keeper and it was there that he learned that he had a talent for recording stories stories in fact he was better than good. When the war was over he spent a brief amount of time traveling through the ottoman empire but when he returned he took up the pen hanan began to write tales of the american west his accounts of federal military attacks on the native americans of the great plains might have been over hyped and glorified but they landed ended him a writing gig at the new york herald as an overseas correspondent in eighteen sixty nine fate came knocking on his door. It was the owner owner of the newspaper and he had a mission for young henry stanley the travel to africa and search for dr david livingstone he was a british missionary and explorer or who had set off three years earlier to find the true source of the nile but much of the world believed he had vanished the truth was the british consul in zanzibar knew exactly where or he was and stanley's boss wanted him to get an exclusive interview culmination of that journey is well known even if you don't know the details stanley made his way south from egypt through the rainy season between the mud disease and small skirmishes with locals defending their land roughly seventy five percent of stanley's party he died before reaching their destination but when they did and stanley saw livingstone for the first time he claimed uttered that now famous question dr livingstone livingstone. I presume today. It's clear to historians that stanley was a gifted liar who was prone to crafting his own fantastical version of real life. Ifa vents livingstone never recorded that phrase of greeting in stanley mysteriously destroyed the pages of his diary that covered that day so we only have his word to back it up in fact. The chances are good. It never happened at all but his retelling of their real meeting was enough to convince the new york herald to send stanley back to africa africa in eighteen seventy four the mission. This time was to map more of the waterways that livingstone had started and so stanley spent three years following the congo ongo river all the way to the atlantic and then he headed to europe to find a financial backer to continue selling it as an investment into the politics of the congo after england ignore the offer king leopold the second of belgium jumped at the chance for the next five years stanley became the chief agent responsible for for organizing what would become one of the world's most brutal imperial outposts of european power the belgian congo and sadly he was a horrible representative of europe to the people of africa through the eighteen eighties and nineties stanley criss crossed back and forth across africa creating a highway that allowed imperial troops to easily march in and take control he was less than agent of progress and more a harbinger of colonialism it said that stanley would shoot local people without warning and that he had a knack for stealing ivory and olive. It made him a superstar back in england. He'd come full circle lived out everyone's dreams after starting life as an orphan in a workhouse in wales he found himself being welcomed home to reception at london's royal albert hall royalty aristocrats and members of the wealthy elites all crowded around to shake his hand and congratulate him. I'm on his accomplishments. There was fan mail and awards and magazine covers and of course the book deal which turned into a national bestseller in eighteen eighteen ninety five he was elected to the british parliament and four years later he was knighted by queen victoria herself and that's the story of henry stanley or at least the one that history remembers the most but stanley's journey across africa did more than earned him medals and applause. You left a trail of destruction an catastrophe in his wake that is almost impossible to quantify and at the center of much of it was something we would only be able to see under a microscope stanley's highway across africa opened the way for imperial troops to march in and take control it provided an easy route for slavers to go deeper into the the continent and steal human beings from new native groups but it also spread something that had remained isolated until his arrival the trypanosomiasis recites sites the symptoms caused by its infection earned the nickname the sleeping sickness patients i experienced fever and headaches as well as swollen lymph lymph nodes and internal organs like the liver and spleen then the parasite crosses into the brain bringing on mental confusion and overwhelming sleepiness after the patient falls into a coma death is close behind for much of the eighteen hundreds that parasite was trapped in pockets along the coast of western western africa sure folks would get sick but because they rarely travelled outside their small regions the parasite never migrated that is of course until stanley arrived to blaze an easy accessible highway from the atlantic ocean to the interior of africa..

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"henry stanley" Discussed on Lore

Lore

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on Lore

"Africa in eighteen seventy four the mission this time was to map more of the waterways that livingstone had started and so stanley spent three years following the congo congo river all the way to the atlantic and then he headed to europe to find a financial backer to continue selling it as an investment into the politics of the congo after england ignore the offer king leopold the second of belgium jumped at the chance for the next five years stanley became the chief agent responsible for for organizing what would become one of the world's most brutal imperial outposts of european power the belgian congo and sadly he was a horrible representative of europe to the people of africa through the eighteen eighties and nineties stanley criss crossed back and forth across africa creating a highway that allowed imperial troops to easily march in and take control he was less than agent of progress and more a harbinger of colonialism it said that stanley would shoot local people without warning and that he had a knack for stealing ivory and olive it made him a superstar back in england. He'd come full circle and lived out. Everyone's dreams after starting life as an orphan in a workhouse in wales he found himself being welcomed home to reception at london's royal albert hall royalty aristocrats and members of the wealthy elites all crowded around to shake his hand and congratulate him. I'm on his accomplishments. There was fan mail and awards and magazine covers and of course the book deal which turned into a national bestseller in eighteen eighteen ninety five he was elected to the british parliament and four years later he was knighted by queen victoria herself and that's the story of henry stanley or at least the one that history remembers the most but stanley's journey across africa did more than earned him medals and applause. You left a trail of destruction an catastrophe in his wake that is almost impossible to quantify and at the center of much of it was something we would only be able to see under a microscope stanley's highway across africa opened the way for imperial troops to march in and take control it provided an easy route for slavers to go deeper into the the continent and steal human beings from new native groups but it also spread something that had remained isolated until his arrival the trypanosomiasis recites sites the symptoms caused by its infection earned it the nickname the sleeping sickness patients i experienced fever and headaches as well as swollen lymph lymph nodes and internal organs like the liver and spleen then the parasite crosses into the brain bringing on mental confusion and overwhelming sleepiness after the patient falls into a coma death is close behind for much of the eighteen hundreds that parasite was trapped in pockets along the coast of western western africa sure folks would get sick but because they rarely travelled outside their small regions the parasite never migrated that is of course until stanley arrived to blaze an easy accessible highway from the atlantic ocean to the interior of africa. You can see where this is going right. Stanley arrived with over seven hundred soldiers and servants and early on they unknowingly encountered the parasites then as they traveled from place to place. They infected the inhabitants of each new community. They met over and over the parasite found new hosts spreading like wildfire with stanley ed holding the match. It wouldn't be until nineteen o three that a microbiologist named david bruce discovered the carrier of the parasite abiding insect called all the seat see fly today. Historians believe that the wave of sleeping sickness that followed stanley's wake contributed to an outbreak that took the lives of millions of people across across africa just in the area around lake victoria alone the parasite was responsible for nearly a quarter of a million deaths which has caused some to talk talk about it within the framework of what's referred to as the revenge of nature that the world around us has a way of keeping humanity in check after all all humans have a history of damaging ecosystems and altering the very landscape of the places we live. Some people believe that parasites are one in way the world exacts revenge true or not. It's certainly invites us to stop and think about the consequences of our actions because sometimes it seems the world around us bites back <music> <music> <music>. There's a hidden world inside each of us a world of organs and systems and the careful balance lintz between sickness and health. We can't see much of it with our naked eyes but it's there just beneath the surface one good example apple is a parasite called taco plasma gandhi which can be ingested through contaminated drinking water. It's primarily carried by cats but can also live inside inside human beings and according to most parapsychologists over half of all people on the planet carry them usually without symptoms or at least the sort sort of symptoms you might expect but one study from two thousand seven hints at a darker impact. It seems that the presence of the parasite can and actually have an effect on our behavior over the course of this eleven year study jaroslav pfleger discovered that people infected by the parasite behave differently differently from those who aren't men who are infected apparently tend to ignore rules more often and exhibit jealousy and suspicion they tend to be more opinionated opinionated and argumentative about those opinions infected women share that same suspicion and anxiety but also become more outgoing and persistent assistant take from that whatever you want but it's clear that parasites can alter our minds just as well as they do our bodies and maybe maybe that's why parasites are so frightening to us yes the things they can do are horrifying to consider the disease and damage that they can cause but it's there near invisibility that frightens us the most. We might not know that we've been invaded until it's too late and by the time we know there's work to do that. Work has already become overwhelmingly difficult looking back on history. It's that gap between infection and awareness that holds the most opportunity opportunity for tragedy. We certainly saw that in henry stanley's tale it could take weeks for an infected member of his party to show any symptoms at all and by then and fly from each new region had taken a bite picked up the parasites and moved it onto someone else by the time.

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"henry stanley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mean. Here's an anecdote. Is very short. I go to a lot of New York theatre. Period. Okay. I'll keep going. And sometimes I just I'm writing a story about this right now. So it's very, very, very I mean, I've always been sensitive to the awareness of who's in a room. And I don't know that I've ever been never felt self conscious. About my blackness in relation to. Whiteness. And when I was here, I found black friends, but it was much less San Francisco itself. I mean, even at some point going to Oakland was I opening like my God. The work you had to do in Oakland. Yeah. At least when I was here and. I mean most of the friends that how when I was here, wait and there was there was rarely a problem among us, but it's just sort of really just being in the world anyway, story that I'm working on just about this amazing thing, that's happening in American theater right now, which is this explosion of young, black playwrights, and there are more great shows being written by more young young black people. In a in a context of the, the sort of establishment, the stablishment -tarian for lack of a better concept. But, like, oh my God. There are black establishmentarian playwrights in this country right now and they have a radical counterpoint in these young people. And now you have this spectrum of black theatre being being conceived and executed in New York. And it is it is a thrilling experience and these young playwrights three of them have had six shows produced in less than a year or a little bit more than here is incredible, but. Asked me how many of those shows on Broadway. Zero and who's in the audience? Well, who's in the audience for all of these shows very few of them are black people. And it's some point the writers of these young writers. Account for who's in that audience. And the power of these shows is they don't care because they're working through something for themselves. And if you can't handle that, that's your problem. And if you feel uncomfortable you have to figure out what your discomfort is about. And that is very different with all due respect to the people who made to kill a Mockingbird. Way, different than the experience of seeking to kill like in Prague on, like when you go see a show now, what happens is before the last were even gets uttered, somebody is like, is it time? Clap for this amazing thing that I don't even know why implant before except the ticket was two hundred seventy five dollars. They don't know what to do with these with, like a slave with sleep play or the show off their view. It is it is. It's, it's have you guys this show, Fairview by this woman, Jackie Rory civil jewelry. This woman is amazing. If any of her work is produced in the city and you have not seen it, you should go. She is worth a ticket to New York. I'm back soon to in Fairview is going to be put on again in Brooklyn anyway, I think about this all the time it is it is. But I don't want to over think it but frequently but it was funny. We went to see this amazing play called slave play by young play, right? Named Jeremy Harris. You might have seen pieces on Henry Stanley is definitely on the come up his show. Daddy just closed as well. And there's a twist in the play. But basically, you think you're watching one thing, and then it flips you realize you're watching something else, and there's sort of the twist is very racial is. And all I can say is in the first half of the play all the white people were laughing in the second half the play all the black girl laughing, and being Wesley were Kako lean.

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"henry stanley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"I think we we are very lucky to have the. Very good feedback information coming back to us from from this that very valuable part of our customer base the concert artists. Here's stein. We historian Cornelia poll. Not people said that if people like that play on them, then this instrument must be of high quality, they asked for recommendations from the aristocracy such as the Queen of Spain, the Sultan of Turkey, the king of Sweden and use these recommendations for advertising purposes to on may, then built the Stein way hall here in this timeline hall is where concerts took place. When you wanted to go to the concert hall, you had to walk through the exhibition rooms, and so naturally, they did even more advertising for the pianos with that. The New York Times wrote at the time the Stein waste can be proud that the own the most magnificent piano business in the whole world today. Over ninety five percent of the world's finest pianists prefer Stein way pianos for their concerts. Sixty seven Henry Stanley is fulfilled all his dreams, reputation wealth and fame, but then tragedy strikes on March eleventh eighteen sixty five Henry junior dies of consumption at the age of thirty five then just days later, Henry's other son Charles dies of typhoid fever, while visiting his brother in Germany must have been devastating.

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"henry stanley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A former UK minister says others may step down from the government to protest, Prime Minister, Theresa May's Brexit plan. Joe Johnson, the younger brother of Boris Johnson told BBC radio that it's up to members of parliament to take a stand against May's plan to the European Union saying it would damage Britain's national interests Johnson stepped down as transport minister a day earlier and called for a second Brexit referendum. He set the pan is so different from what had been promised during the two thousand sixteen referendum that a second is needed. May has rejected all demands for another vote saying the twenty sixteen in favor of leaving the European Union is definitive Karen s London on eighteen. Seventy one journalist explorer Henry Stanley found Scottish missionary David Livingstone who had not been heard from for years near Lake Tanganyika in central Africa. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Late night comics fine. President Trump and easy target after heated exchanges this week with White House reporters, President Trump had this to say about the core within the White House the president series with respect, but this standard doesn't apply to the four network late night, TV comics for whom the president is fair game the center for media and public affairs at George Mason University in Virginia has tallied the numbers for those shows the president has broken his own record for being the butt of their jokes in two thousand seventeen. He was the target for three thousand one hundred twenty eight almost double the twenty sixteen Mark of eighteen sixteen when he was then just a candidate the previous record President Bill Clinton in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight during his scandal with a White House, intern George Monzon reporting, President Trump announcing his first recipients of the presidential medal of freedom the highest honor, I civilian a posthumous recognition for the late supreme court Justice, Antonin Scalia more at townhall dot com. Sponsored by lifeline innovations and insurance services, I've got an important question.

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"henry stanley" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Here. It is in other Saturday and see a little chilly twelve. Yeah. Twelve sounds kinda lonely doesn't it skyser fared the air. Fortunately is call. So we don't have any kind of a wind chill do point haven't seen this for a while do points eight. What does that mean with the humidity? That's eighty four percent. Good morning. Denny long here on the Saturday November ten it is the three hundred fourteenth day of the year. Fifty one days left in the year. Dennis is flying the plane today. That's it fifty one days left in this year. See what some of the things happen this day in history. Nineteen seventeen. Forty one suffer just were arrested for picketing in front of the White House. Eighteen seventeen earlier than that Dennis seventeen seventy five the continental congress of the American colonies in preparation for the revolt against the British authorized the formation of two battalions of marines. Although this was the true birth of the US Marine Corps wasn't until seventeen ninety eight that congress recreated the Marine Corps as a separate military service. About you. Remember this from history eighteen seventy one Henry Stanley found the missing Scotsman, David Livingstone. Livingstone was an explorer and missionary had been missing for two years. No white man had seen him in six years through a promotion. Sponsored by the New York herald Stanley and several companions said are looking for Livingstone, some eight months earlier Stanley's fellow explorers. Died before this day. However Stanley search for Dr Livingstone edited in Africa. He greeted the doctor with. Yes. Dr Livingstone, I presume. Again, if you're just joining us first guys twelve what are we heading for a for a high today if you want to call it that along with scattered flurries near twenty six. In all these weather folks at us, as you know, been saying that, hey, maybe by Thursday or Friday, we could hit fifty. Well, I don't see it. Maybe forty three by Thursday and Friday near thirty seven. So I don't know if we're going to see fifty be nice, certainly be nice to get some. Yeah. I bet you had some yard work left to do. Sorry. I brought it up. In nineteen twenty eight Dennis. It was on this day after Rodney delivered or new to some people say delivered his win one for the gipper. Halftime speech to the Irish players that Notre Dame upset army twelve six Rodney speech the day before he died. George Gipp asked me to wait until the situation seemed hopeless that ask a Notre Dame team to go out and beat army for him. This is the day, and you are the team. What year was that nineteen twenty eight? What do we have coming up here on the show, usually? Yeah. Mike Lynch will have a star watch coming along in a matter of minutes. Let's see. Bottom of the hour news with Al, of course. And then we'll get news of the week where lots of it. Terrible. Fires in California. We'll hear more of that from CBS news. And then of course, it's seven o'clock, Dan burns will be here..

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"henry stanley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'm Gary Jeff Walker. This was a Saturday morning edition before we look ahead to look back at significant events and people tied to this particular date in history including but not limited to these. U S marines. Remember ten seventeenth seventy-five organized under the authority of the continental congress before this was even a country. We had marines. Eighteen seventy one in this state. Journalists journalists explorer Henry Stanley found Scottish missionary David Livingstone, Dr Livingstone I presume hadn't been heard for for years near a. Central africa. Nineteen twenty eight here. Hito enthroned as emperor of Japan, nineteen thirty eight on this date, Kate Smith, I sang Irving Berlin. God bless America. Became a staple nineteen fifty four the US Marine Corps memorial. Depicting? The raising of the flag on Iwo Jima nineteen Forty-five dedicated in Arlington Virginia. Sesame Street had its beginnings and estate nineteen sixty nine. Nine hundred seventy two three men hijacked southern Airways flight forty nine in DC nine twenty four other passengers on board during a stopover in Birmingham, Alabama, volt places demanding ten million dollars in ransom. The thirty hour. Ordeal which included nine different cities finally ended in Cuba where the Cuban authorities took them into custody. So you get the cash the newly finished Vietnam. Veterans Memorial opened its first visitors in Washington DC in this state, nineteen eighty two. Three days before its official dedication. Famous folks celebrating birthday blues singer, Bobby rush is eighty four extra Albert Hall turns eighty one country singer Donny Downer the happiest girl in the whole USA Fargo is seventy seven. Lyricist? Tim rice turned seventy four today. Actress dancer, an ranking sixty nine Jack Scalia the actors sixty eight Matt craven spooky dude is sixty two Sinbad also turned sixty two actress MacKenzie Phillips is fifty nine today. See Hugh Bonneville is fifty five actor comedian. Tommy Davidson fifty five today. Michael J, white fifty four country singer, Chris cagle turns fifty Tracy Morgan is fifty today. You know, he was so think about Tracy Morgan is he was so mentally messed up before you had that awful car accident. There's been really no discernible difference at all. Warren g is forty eight. Comedian actor Chris Lilley, forty four. Jim Adkins.

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"henry stanley" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"henry stanley" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Or stream it live or on demand usually get a do over on lifezette big moments are any moment but a new jersey couple had to leave that had to leave their wedding reception earlier in the bride suffered a frightening allergy attack is about to get another party for free victoria tsomo low tells the career postive cherry hill that she had to be rushed to the hospital after being hit with that allergic reaction on the dance floor her did administered it'd be penn but it wasn't enough the party went on without the couple the caterer in entertainment company fell sorry for and they offered a couple a complimentary second reception which takes place today wins news time at the tone 130 thirty well charges against two suspects after a tragedy ignored on thanksgiving day a woman known as a community activist shot and killed during a carjacking shall henry stanley now here's the grim task of planning her funeral the 40yearold woman lived on south street and was killed thanksgiving night she was carjacked and shot in front of her house her and gloria coddle said maybe it wouldn't have happened if the suspects parents knew what their kids were doing late at night when i heard on the news there there was a 14yearold boy a new kind of reminded me when i grew up and my pairs back in line my parents always knew it and kids were you know always knew it was certain time cheered via now thin that's not so today curie henry's friends described her as a community activist and she was honored by the boys and girls club for her decades of service carol diori attenton wins in newark the essex county prosecutor has charged eighteen year old supreme allied of newark with murder felony murder and carjacking among other charges a 14yearold juvanal has been charged with the same offenses twenty year old antonio l tories of new newark has been charged with alluding the police wade's news time one thirty one.

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